An oasis of style, repose, and elegance is found in this private home of one of Austin’s most loved designers, Joel Mozersky (joelmozerskydesign.com). Rich combinations of color and texture reflect the owners’ unique aesthetic and love of collecting… and the result is just… well… COOL. The home’s exterior gives a nod to French architectural design with a slate mansard roof, bronze divided light windows, and fig-ivy-covered brick. The low-maintenance landscape designed by Jeff Neal features an eclectic mix of native grasses, ornamental trees, and perennials. The private backyard with inlaid brick patio, outdoor dining area, and heated plunge pool is ideal for parties.
Inside, ebony parquet floors run throughout the downstairs spaces, which includes two living rooms, a formal dining room, open kitchen/breakfast area, utility room and powder room. Also on this level, a large studio space with separate entrance, ideal for a home office. The cook’s kitchen boasts honed Carrara marble counters, stainless Bertazzoni range, Bosch dishwasher, and GE Profile counter depth refrigerator. Thoughtful custom design details by Joel Mozersky include the overhead lighting fixture and eat-in-island made from a repurposed vintage librarian’s card catalog. Upstairs: an owner’s sanctuary with private bath along with two guest bedrooms and additional hall bath. Both second-floor bathrooms are updated with floor to ceiling Carrara marble, scalloped floor tile, and Waterworks faucets and hardware in unlacquered brass.