There are very few properties in all of Texas that feature the elegant "Old World" craftsmanship and location of this European architecture. The home is located in the secure and gated premier Vineyard Bay community near Lakeway, Texas on Lake Travis. The home is secured by a custom wrought iron and limestone fence and electric gate. The exterior of the property is hand-cut, polished limestone. The exterior roof is solid copper. The foyer features a 23'ceiling with a historic brass chandelier, black and white 3/4" thick marble floors, a stairwell crafted from 200 year old oak beams, and antique doors from a French chateau. The garden room has a glass wall reinforced with limestone columns and offers a breathtaking view of the pool, terrace, and Lake Travis. This room also has an elevator. The living room has Versailles designed oak parquet flooring, fireplace with authentic antique Louis XV white marble mantel and an 18th century chandelier. The dining room boasts such architectural elements as 350 year old renaissance design, hand-carved ceiling beams from an Austrian monastery, old oak renaissance paneling in linen fold pattern, and an authentic 17th century wooden mantel. A fully equipped gourmet kitchen displays top of the line appliances such as Sub-zero and Viking, granite countertops, and a breakfast area. The master suite features a fireplace, private balcony, master bath with an exercise area, and a sauna. There is a separate entry to the office/guest suite over the 3 car garage with a full kitchen, bath, and laundry connections. The spacious guest suites all have private baths. The grounds are highlighted by 312 ' of waterfront with a Jimmy Buffet themed boathouse. There is a boat slip as well as a slip that will accommodate two waverunners. The boathouse has running water, a sink, disposal, refrigerator, and microwave. A 20' x 50' heated pool and Jacuzzi are surrounded by over 2000 square feet of limestone terrace. There has been no detail spared in the planning and designing of this 8500 square foot home and surrounding grounds. There are three water sources for the property: well, pump from Lake Travis, and city water.