An Award-Winning, Restored 1891 German Stone Residence
The 1,980 +/- sq. ft. three-bed/three-bath home lies on 162.94 +/- acres, with approximately 2,220 feet of Squaw Creek frontage. With an elevation change from approximately 1,860 feet to 2,060 feet, the site has long-range views across the vast Texas Hill Country.
As you enter the two-story home, you are greeted with a large open-concept living space with chef’s kitchen. The house is built to make the most of the beauty of the surrounding countryside, with floor-to-ceiling windows and an outdoor entertaining space with fire pit and sitting area. Unwind from your day with a glass of wine in the screened-in porch overlooking a scenic valley.
The property includes a 27 +/- acre native field adjacent to the house and along Squaw Creek for crops or to run horses or other livestock. Come enjoy the big Texas sky in this unique ranch, featured in several architectural magazines.