Golf legend's Texas mansion hits the market for $5.7M, complete with putting green
Golf legend Ben Crenshaw's Austin home is on the market, and it's a hole-in-one.
The sprawling estate is situated on 1.41 private acres in sought-after Tarrytown. "The secluded grounds allow for additional living space outdoors and boast an atmosphere of tranquility and total privacy," notes the listing from Roxan Coffman Properties.
The home, purchased by the Crenshaws in 1988, clocks in at over 7,000 square feet and features six bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths. There are two luxurious master suites, one of which can be easily converted into a guest wing. The home also features a formal sitting area, dining room, media room, private office, and additional library/den — all beautifully appointed.
You'll find nothing but the best inside the gourmet kitchen: top-of-the line appliances and a fully equipped butler's pantry. And with so much space, family meals can be enjoyed in the formal dining room, the casual breakfast room, or outside with breathtaking view of the backyard.
That brings us to our favorite features of the property. In addition to a pristine pool and outdoor kitchen, the backyard features a fun putting green. Would you expect any less from the two-time Masters champion?
The property is listed with Roxan Coffman Properties for $5.7 million, a price fit for a legend.