Listen to the sound of the Pedernales river from your outdoor kitchen and living space covered by two massive pergolas and free-standing limestone fireplace surrounded by blooming bougainvillea as well as other Texas native plants.
The grounds of this well maintained 26.9 acre +- estate could rival any golf course. The home, built by Hominick Custom Homes in 2010 is a beautiful white limestone rock, in a block-laid style after the original Sunday Haus settlers that came to Fredericksburg in 1846.
The Main home is set at the perfect angle to view the Pedernales river from your front porch and balcony. The greeting gas lanterns as well as other exterior lighting are custom ordered from The New Orleans light company, Bevolo. No corners were cut here, and no details were overlooked.
On the 2nd story balcony, you will see the vintage 1950’s railings made by none other than Chicago Iron Works. Even the oversized front door gives you the feeling you are walking into something special. As you step into the foyer you are given a moment to take a breath. As you do, your attention goes to the large heavy beams that punctuate the angles of the high vaulted ceilings. As you enter the open living space, each step on polished travertine marble floors, you look into the sparkling kitchen. The hand-formed oversized Italian tiles on the backsplash are the backdrop to the stunning powder blue cabinetry with brushed champagne brass hardware. Stocked with all Wolf appliances (double ovens, warming drawer, Induction cooktop and microwave drawer, the refrigerator is subzero and a state-of-the-art dishwasher completes the Gourmet kitchen. Glass front cabinets and the pristine quartz countertops make the overall look a breath of fresh air. Looking out the kitchen window you are standing in front of a well-appointed farm sink which has the matching champagne brushed brass faucet coordinating with the cabinet hardware. The open living space has a large rock fire place, entry to the oversized outdoor living area, a powder room and walkway through a laundry room with cubbies and cabinets galore that opens to the garage.
Head back to the foyer to take the stairway up to the second floor where the architect should be commended. A living space, an office with their own bathroom and 3 bedrooms connected by a Jack and Jill bath finish the layout of the second floor. All spaces come with ample storage and natural light. You will notice the details in the baths, the crown molding, the built-in shelving throughout the home. The downstairs master with garden tub and walk-out shower also has a walk-in closet. They thought of everything.
Not too far from the property, but far enough for privacy there is a large guest home that is above a drive through garage/workshop, which also has its own bathroom. Home to 5-6 vehicles, tractors, or all-terrain vehicles or some type, there is more than enough room in this space to make even the most organized family take notice. Upstairs is a guest home that has an ample kitchen, living space, 2 Bedrooms and a beautiful bathroom. There is a balcony the length of the building which overlooks an amazing oak with a rare “bending branch”. (These trees said to have their branches bent by the Indians to show each other which way to go throughout the countryside.)
The rest of the additional 26.9 +- acres runs along the Pedernales river with numerous scattered Oaks as well as Pecans. An incredible home with a bucolic setting.