Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker are selling their Austin dream home.
Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker have put their Austin estate on the market. (All photos courtesy of Kuper Sothebys International Realty)
The dining area features pine floors.
The home boasts five bedrooms.
Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker revamped the kitchen and master suite.
Unfortunately, Decker's interior design touches don't come with the mansion.
The bathroom includes an oversized shower.
The copper bathtub gets some serious Hill Country views.
Brooklyn Decker has what you'd call an extravagant closet.
A full home gym is exactly what you'd expect from a pro athlete.
The redesigned kitchen features white marble countertops that contrast the exposed wood beams.
The living areas are rustic and chic.
The office comes with its own wood-burning fireplace.
Future owners may not mimic the YOLO wall aesthetic.
The fire pits at Andy Roddick and Brookltyn Decker's Austin estate are perfect for winter nights out on the patio.
Floor-to-ceiling windows allow for glorious views.
The Roddick-Deckers added a temperature-controlled wine cellar.
Brooklyn Decker and Whitney Casey are BFFs with a fashion eye — and they're putting it to good use.
It’s match point for Andy Roddick’s Austin estate. The retired tennis pro and his model-and-actress wife, Brooklyn Decker, have put their impressive five-bedroom house on the market.
If you’ve got game — and $5.95 million — you might just net the stately-yet-approachable residence at 9709 Angelwylde Drive.
Don’t worry, the couple with serious star wattage isn’t going far. Broker Jonathan Creath with Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty says that Roddick and Decker are simply downsizing to smaller digs in Austin. They’ll be keeping it weird for the foreseeable future.
After all, the Andy Roddick Foundation working to close the educational achievement gap, was founded and is based in Austin. And on the sweeter side, Roddick and Decker recently invested in Austin staple Tiff’s Treats.
It’s no wonder why the Texas power couple and their son Hank and daughter Stevie fell in love with the luxury homebuilder Don Crowell’s original. The 7,369-square-foot mansion is on a secluded 15-acre site, ringed with trees, boasting unbeatable views of the Hill Country. You can take it all in on the one-third-mile drive up the long road leading to the estate.
The home boasts six-and-a-half baths, a new wine cellar, a redesigned kitchen with six-burner Wolf range, a full gym, an office with a wood-burning fireplace, a swimming pool, reclaimed pine floors and an owner’s “hideaway.”
A Kitchen Ace
The mansion is a mix of vibes, with reclaimed wood beams from the Chicago Stock Exchange and exposed white-painted brick in the bathroom. The kitchen is the most stunning example of Roddick and Decker’s reinvention of the home they bought in 2013.
Last year, Decker shared her love of the kitchen with People magazine. “We are people who live in our kitchen. It’s where we eat our meals, have our conversations, drink wine,” she told the magazine. She also mentioned that she splurged on the marble and the brass sink.
Roddick and Decker paired the existing rustic touches of the kitchen with sleek white marble countertops extending up the walls and vent hood and slate blue-gray cabinets. It’s an unexpected vibe, but one that meshes well with Roddick and Decker’s eclectic, contemporary-chic aesthetic.
Other original finishes by the couple: a massive temperature-controlled wine cellar and a new master bedroom created by adding on to the guest bedroom. The new master bedroom features a tasteful master bathroom, complete with an oversized shower and copper soaking tub. The luxurious standalone tub looks out over two full size windows into the wooded acres.
Roddick and Decker sold property earlier this year — their North Carolina, four-bedroom mountain retreat for $2.35 million. In 2015, the couple sold their five-bedroom Los Angeles house for roughly $3.34 million.
Like with those two, this Austin estate could soon be out of their hands. Ball’s in your court.