A veteran of our map of the Cape and Islands' priciest listings is headed to the auction block. To refresh, the 5BR, 8.5BA Osterville mansion weighs in at 10,279-square-feet and, as to be expected from a property designed by Doreve Nicholaeff that was once asking $14 million, has just about every luxury amenity ever conceived. The 1.32 acre spread overlooks the East Bay and includes a private dock, infinity pool, fitness center, theater room, billiards lounge, elevator, sauna/spa, three-car garage, and an "executive study" on the fourth floor "boasting sweeping views of the water." In addition, "the current owner (a former executive at a data management and IT storage company) also invested $3 million alone on finishes and electronics making it a "smart house" with lighting, temperature, music and more controlled by the swipe of a finger from anywhere." After spending over two years bouncing on and off the market in search of a finger-swiping deep-pocketed buyer, the waterfront abode is now heading to the auction block. Details about tomorrow's gavel event can be found here and should you happen to attend, do drop us a line. Meanwhile, here are 86 photos of 461 Main Street, minus the Rod Stewart soundtrack.