Like the couple themselves, the home is upscale and fashionable, yet totally approachable. The five bedroom, 6.5-bathroom home was designed for classic Texas farmhouse living, with a dash of stylish appeal.
Built in 2003, the home has undergone several recent upgrades, including a redesigned kitchen, layered with luscious marble and stainless appliances, a wine cellar, and butler’s pantry.
One wing of the home features a guest quarters with master bedroom, three closets, office, and wood-burning fireplace. The other wing features a recently added owner’s hideaway, three smaller bedroom suites with bathrooms, a family room, and office. Outdoors, the pool overlooks the property’s private wooded acres. Roddick and Decker purchased the home in 2006.
From the beamed ceilings to the plank-wood floors, the interiors take rustic-chic to new heights—but the undeniable peak is the copper soaking tub-with-a-view located in the master bathroom.
Roddick and Decker have ties to the Austin area—they were married there in 2009. The “Grace and Frankie” actress and the former top-ranked tennis player in the world have two children.
This isn’t the first pricey piece of real estate the couple has sold in recent years. In 2016, they listed a home they built in Cashiers, NC, on a pristine piece of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Nantahala National Forest for $2.75 million. Later that same year, they listed a sleek, contemporary mansion with a killer view in Los Angeles in the Cheviot Hills neighborhood for $3.4 million.
It’s likely the parents of two kids under 3 want to simplify their lives a bit, leaving a grand slam Austin address up for grabs.
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