Check out Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick’s massive $5.95 million estate for sale


It’s a 15-acre estate fit for a power couple.

Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick have put their 15-acre estate in West Austin off Bee Caves Road on the market for nearly $6 million, according to the Austin Business Journal.

MORE: See photos of Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick’s estate for sale

According to the ABJ, the couple bought the home in 2013 and remodeled it, adding white marble countertops, a wine cellar and a new master bedroom and bathroom with a copper tub.

However, they kept part of the home’s original charm like wood beams from the Chicago Stock Exchange, the couple’s realtor told the ABJ.

The original master bedroom was turned into guest quarters with three closets, a fireplace and a bathroom.

The house also has an “oversized” pool, outdoor kitchen and covered patio, according to the listing.

Fans of the actress and retired tennis star shouldn’t worry, though -- Decker and Roddick aren’t leaving Austin. They just downsized to a smaller home, the ABJ reported.


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