Listing agent Christy Berry calls this 10-acre Roanoke property an “auto camp.”
The property has multiple buildings, a main house and an “entertaining house,” along with a 10-car garage with car lifts, car maintenance equipment and an auto painting system.
This property was originally designed as an “innovation center” for the Westlake-based automotive software firm Solera, Berry said. She said it was designed so that employees could come and think creatively while submerged in what is truly a world made for car lovers.
“I’ve never seen anything like it,” Berry said.
The main house on the property has a primary suite, an additional bedroom, two bathrooms, one half-bathroom, a living room, a kitchen and a two-car garage.
An adjacent “entertaining house” has four bedrooms, a living room, great room, media room, a commercial-style bathroom and an additional half-bathroom. The entertaining house also has a two-car garage with wheel alignment machines and hydraulic lifts.
The property’s main garage has space for 10 cars, two lifts, a paint-mixing room and paint system. It also has a fireplace, a bar, a full bathroom and a workstation.
A bar house also sits on the property with a wet bar, living area and a full bathroom.
Five of its 10 acres are an empty lot previously used for parking cars, Berry said.
Outside, the home has a tiered pool with a swim-up bar and a covered cooking area, along with four dog runs.
In a document with details about the home, Berry calls it “the ultimate in automotive escape.”
All of this is on the market for $7,999,000 with Christy Berry of Compass. The property falls under two addresses in Roanoke at 14250 and 14362 Chaparral Lane.