This stunning Austin, Texas, home has lived twice before: in 1890, it was a firehouse, and in 1940 it became Capitol Saddlery, where everyone who was anyone had their boots made (even Al Capone!). Now dubbed Palazzo Lavaca, the nearly 7000 square foot home has been turned into a lavish sanctuary that looks like it belongs on Venice's Grand Canal. Fortuny-esque wallpaper, vintage crystal chandeliers, high ceilings with old wood beams, a mirror-and-marble bathroom we'd happily live in forever—it's all here, wrapped in a luxe, somewhat decadent air. In addition to the 3 beds/3.5 baths plus all sorts of nooks and crannies, the $4.4 million price includes city views, terrace, parking and some ghosts, but we're sure they're friendly. And obviously they're stylish. To see more, go here immediately!