5 High-Tech Smart Homes for the Super Rich
Located in the Tuxedo Park section of Atlanta's exclusive Buckhead neighborhood, the estate also features four fireplaces, a 1,500-bottle wine cellar, a 70-foot geothermal-heated pool, a custom kitchen and an outdoor auxiliary kitchen for entertaining.
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Cape Cod waterfront estate, Cotuit, Mass.
List price: $10.9 million
Listing agent: Ralph Secino, William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance, 508-776-3323
This 7.6-acre estate's smart-home technology runs not only all systems in its four-bedroom main house, but lights, heat and the like in its one-bedroom carriage house as well.
The system controls the home's built-in audio/video, 14 flat-panel TVs -- even the temperature in the estate's massive wine cellar.
Located on a quiet cul-de-sac just steps from the Atlantic Ocean, the 4-year-old spread also has eight bathrooms, four fireplaces and an infinity-edge pool. It's offered for sale fully furnished with antiques and other upscale amenities.
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Lakefront estate, Plano, Texas
List price: $5.9 million
Listing agent: Cindy O'Gorman, Ebby Halliday Realtors, 972-715-0190
This six-bedroom estate's elaborate media room features a domed ceiling that depicts thousands of twinkling stars - and even an occasional meteor streaking across the sky.
There are also eight reclining chairs, as well as custom-painted murals depicting a panoramic view of Florence, Italy.
As for electronics, the media room boasts a Sony (SNE) video projector, a 147-inch screen, a 7.1 surround-sound Super THX speaker system, four DSS satellite receivers and more.
The home's state-of-the-art electronics also include remote-controlled shades, lights and other amenities, as well as built-in wiring for audio, flat-panel TVs and high-speed Internet.