Where does one begin? The 2 acres on the Blanco River, with swimmable water (even now, in one of the worst droughts on record)? The 6-bedroom/4-bath home with huge entertaining areas, a cooks kitchen, an Artist Studio, Draftsman’s Office, huge interior storage for your recreational equipment, and a cedar screen porch off the den/dining? How about the upstairs bedrooms: the Primary Bed has views to the Devil’s Backbone, and 3 other bedrooms sharing the Hollywood bathroom? Or the two downstairs bedrooms with their own full baths?
The artist created green house with water and electric, is that a good place to continue the tour? The Art Fort, which used to be the studio before the artist in residence enclosed the huge back porch to create the current Studio? Or the paved road cut into the bluff to the upper river bank, and the stone pathway and stairs leading to the lower, grassy bank and the very swimmable Blanco River. When people seek the unavailable—a view and river front—this is what they mean, but even then, this is far more than they imagined.
Or the Cottage: 450 square feet with a full kitchen and bathroom, gas stove and tankless water heater, loft over bathroom, decks on two sides? Even reading all this, it’s still nowhere near to being all here. The 40-photo limit on the MLS is half of what's needed just to show you this wonderful home. To understand that, you must see it first, then, and only then, does the magnitude begin to sink in and then you know.
Please Note: I have many more photos I can share, plus a 3-D tour of the Main House, so please ask your agent, or me as I am happy to send you the links.