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Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker Sell North Carolina Lake House for $2.35 Million


Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker’s expanding family has outgrown their custom North Carolina lake house ... to a hiking trail trail that wraps around the lake, according the real estate listing.


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SVG Version: 6.00 Build 0) --> .svg__path--people-home{stroke-width:1.75;stroke-miterlimit:10;} Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker Sell North Carolina Lake House for $2.35 Million Subscribe Stars at Home Real Estate Décor Celebrity Vacations Subscribe Subscribe Down Subscribe Print Magazine Give a Gift Buy Current Issue Customer Service Home News Watch PeopleTV Photos Holidays 2017 Style Down News Holiday Style Beauty Shopping Celebrity Down News Photos Celeb Relationships Food Down Recipes Food News Celebrity Food Chefs The Fix Bodies Down News Celebrity Bodies Body Positivity Fitness & Health Babies Down Births Expecting Celeb Blogs Galleries Exclusives Home & Travel Down Stars at Home Real Estate Décor Celebrity Vacations Pets Down Dogs Cats Adoption Funny Videos Celeb Pets People Perks Country Down Blake Shelton Carrie Underwood Luke Bryan Miranda Lambert Crime Down News Courts & Trials Cold Cases Exclusives Human Interest Down News Tragedy & Triumph Love Stories Heroes Daily Smile TV Down Kim Kardashian DWTS Housewives Bachelor Nation Movies Down News Movie Awards Celebrities Music Down Beyoncé Knowles Kanye West Lady Gaga Taylor Swift Politics Down Election Controversy White House Celebrity & Politics Humor Royals Down News Royal Wedding The Crown Royal Baby Style Chica Down Beauty Fashion Celebs Real Stories Sports Crosswords Premium TIME Health Stay Connected Home Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker Sell North Carolina Lake House for $2.35 Million Mackenzie Schmidt January 16, 2018 01:55 PM Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker’s expanding family has outgrown their custom North Carolina lake house. The retired tennis star and model turned entrepreneur welcomed their second child, a girl named Stevie, in early JanuaryThe news they were expecting, which Roddick shared during a speech at the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, seems to have spurred a realization that the Blue Ridge Mountains getaway would soon no longer suit the family. They listed the property, which they had built in 2013, in August for $3 million, according to Forbes. RELATED: Inside Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick’s Quirky-Modern Austin Farmhouse “They bought a lot, they built a house, they started having a family, they moved, they made a profit,” their realtor, Liz Harris, tells PEOPLE in a statement approved by the couple. The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath lakefront abode, which recently found a buyer for $2.35, sits on almost 3 acres in the vacation town of Cashiers. The outdoor living space, know in the area as a “Carolina porch,” (above) includes a casual seating area, fireplace and a built-in kitchen perfect for grilling. courtesy McKee Properties Inside, timber accents — including reclaimed wood lining many of the ceilings — add to the home’s modern-rustic feelLarge stone fireplaces in the open-plan kitchen and great room and wide-plank oak floors throughout make the space feel cozy year round. courtesy McKee Properties One of the three guest bedrooms has an incredibly unusual camp-inspired feature: the beds, dressed in classic striped-wool blankets, are suspended from the ceiling. The master bedroom has an impressive en suite that offers his and hers closets and toilet rooms, a freestanding tub (a favorite feature of Decker’s in the family’s Texas home) and a steel-and-glass shower. courtesy McKee Properties RELATED: Suzanne Somers Will Sell Her $14 Million Palm Springs Compound to the Highest Bidder The house is located on shore of Silver Springs lake, which offers fishing, swimming, kayaking, and access to a hiking trail trail that wraps around the lake, according the real estate listing. The family of four also has an Austin farmhouse, which they use as their main residenceDecker recently finished an impressive top-to-bottom renovation on the 6,800-square-foot home, including a marble-clad kitchen and impressive walk-in closet, used as a showplace for Decker’s wardrobe organization platform, Finery. You May Like Read More Get your People daily dose Subscribe to the daily newsletter for the latest celebrity news. Sign up Now EDIT POST Don't Miss a Moment Get 4 FREE Issues of PEOPLE Magazine GET IT NOW Get your People daily dose Subscribe to the daily newsletter for the latest celebrity news. Sign up Now SVG Version: 6.00 Build 0) --> Subscribe All products featured were editorially selectedPEOPLE.com may receive a percentage of sales for items purchased from these links

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