A treasured Austin landmark, re-envisioned with modern glamour.

bedroom with king bed at Commodore Perry Estate
Commodore Perry Estate
bathroom at Commodore Perry Estate
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Welcome to the Commodore Perry Estate

Relaxed European elegance with true gracious Texas hospitality

Reimagined by internationally renowned designer Ken Fulk, this private retreat brings a new level of contemporary glamour and whimsical soul to Austin. A modern interpretation of a residential estate from yesteryear, these picturesque grounds offer a welcoming 10-acre setting in the heart of the city. Now Open, It's the beginning of something special.

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Courtyard at Commodore Perry Estate, Austin
Courtyard at Commodore Perry Estate, Austin

Work, Learn and Play in Austin

Leave the details to us. Dedicated business concierge | Tutoring services | Childcare

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Mansion Suites, Commodore Perry Estate, Austin
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Curated Events Designed to Entertain and Inspire

Located on 10 secluded acres in the heart of Austin, our venues and accommodations give you space to connect with one another—whether you’re planning a wedding, corporate meeting, milestone anniversary or other celebrations. From the quaint chapel and the ornate mansion to the charming gardens and spacious lawns, this historic country estate creates the ideal setting.

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From Sunday's Supper served family style around the table to sipping reserves and reminiscing listening to vintage records, unique pleasures await.

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Located just north of the University of Texas campus, in central Austin's Hancock neighborhood, the Commodore Perry Estate is a re-envisioned urban retreat attracting the local community, domestic and international visitors alike seeking to experience a spirit of place in an intimate, historical setting in the city of Austin.

Commodore Perry Estate in the spring
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Commodore Perry Estate is one of Austin's premiere establishments. Newly restored to its full glory as a glamorous social hub and exquisite architectural jewel.

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Architectural Landmark

a nook with old-world decor in a Commodore Perry accommodation

Nostalgic Beauty

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Romantic Views


Handcrafted Details

Stories from Commodore Perry Estate

The Treaty Oak in Austin Texas

Learn Still Standing Tall: The Legend of the Treaty Oak

I’d come to Austin for a chance to kick back and take in some of the stunning hill country scenery but my day soon took a twist I hadn’t anticipated. I’m taken in by the history that surrounds me at the estate – built as a country home by Edgar “Commodore” Perry, a longtime Austin real estate developer in the late 1920s – and I stop to talk with Jackie to learn more.

Historian at Heart
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Round Top Treasures

Go An Insider’s Visit to Round Top

I’ve been standing outside the doors to the Round Top Antiques Fair for 30 minutes, but if you’re not here before the doors open, you’ll miss your chance on the best items. I’ve been coming to Round Top since I was a little girl, when my mother, aunt, and I would drive over from Louisiana. Since those early days, Round Top, just an hour and 15 minutes outside of Austin, has evolved from a flea market into a European antiques fair, with big-name dealers coming in from all around the world to sell their rare collectibles.

Brittany Baque
Senior Designer at Ken Fulk
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Commodore Perry Estate in Austin TX

Learn If These Walls Could Talk – The Legend of Edgar “Commodore” Perry

Walking these halls each day, I’m always taken in by the attention to authentic historical detail that greets me at every turn – from the incredible Mediterranean-style architecture and design to artful décor and landscaping that all pay homage to the estate’s rich past and the vision of its original owner, Edgar Howard “Commodore” Perry.

Marco Bustamante
General Manager
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Man holding a basket of peaches

Do Sweet as Peaches

My husband and I are driving the backcountry roads that wind through the Texas Hill Country, heading to Fredericksburg. An hour and a half west of Austin, the country drive takes us past Texas Longhorn cattle with three-feet-long horns, and enticing mom-and-pop antique shops that will have to wait for another time. On these last days of summer vacation, we are on a mission to eat the peaches that Fredericksburg is famous for. That rose-gold fruit has always represented summer to me - the long, slow days of youth that stretch out forever - and I’m nostalgic for the floral fruit.

In Search for Fresh Fruit
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