AOL Co-Founder Marc Seriff Lists His Texas Mansion
The waterfront estate is on the market for $7.5 million.
Internet mogul Marc Seriff, who helped found America Online along with Jim Kimsey and Steve Case, and served as the company's Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer until 1996, has listed his sprawling retreat in Horseshoe Bay, Texas.
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As first reported by Dallas real estate blog Candy's Dirt, the sprawling 11,761-square-foot home is listed for $7.5 million. Set on Lyndon B. Johnson Lake, the lavish waterfront digs boast seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a jaw-dropping infinity pool, game room, solarium, boathouse and regulation-size indoor racquetball court with an adjacent locker room. The home was built in 1997, shortly after Seriff left AOL and retired to Texas, where he also owns a condo in Austin.
About the House
- Location: Horseshoe Bay, Texas
- Listed By: Emily Moreland of Moreland Properties
- Price: $7,500,000