Location The Wright Ranch is located 10 minutes north of Fort Davis and less than forty minutes from either Marfa or Alpine Airports on a privately maintained deeded easement road that takes you to the ranch’s solar powered front gate. You will enjoy expansive views in every direction, including Grapevine Canyon and Arkansas Mesa, along with historic Barry Scobee Mountain. These dramatic views of the Davis Mountains serve as the backdrop for this one-of-a-kind property in the heart of West Texas cattle country. Acreage 92 ± Acres Property Description With its land size, seclusion and 3,000± sf luxury home, this Ranch is a rare find in the Davis Mountains. Built in 2006 of cedar and natural rock the three bedroom, two and a half bath home is entirely powered by solar energy and is totally off of the power grid. From the solar panel powering a high production well, to the solar array running all the home’s infrastructure, this property was designed to be self-sufficient. A one-thousand-gallon propane tank provides fuel for cooking, heating, and cooling and powers the all-house generator. All 92 acres are pipe fenced with metal stays and steel high bottom wire, in addition to the fenced in front garden with concrete skirt that extends around to the rear patio and yard. The entire acreage is approved for Open-Space Appraisal designation. Home Features The custom-built cedar and rock home features an open plan design with soaring ceilings in the living, dining, and kitchen areas; there is abundant natural light. The wood burning fireplace with gas starter is made from hand stacked rock that extends from the floor to the cedar beamed ceiling of the spacious living area. Artwork is conveniently displayed on the custom crafted picture rail which surrounds the living space. A rock faced kitchen island and breakfast bar seats six and features a prep sink, ice machine and plentiful storage. Handcrafted roll-out hickory cabinets compliment the granite countertops in this gourmet kitchen complete with Thermador double oven six burner gas range and new Sub-Zero refrigerator. A large walk-in pantry with almost limitless storage is accessible off the kitchen and connects to a well-designed utility and laundry room. An informal dining area adjoins the kitchen and features a built-in hickory china hutch with glass doors, granite counter and storage. The sequestered master suite is luxurious and overlooks the rear acreage and is complete with built-in TV cabinet and sizeable walk-in closet that includes his and her built in storage cabinets. A double vanity extends the width of the master bath providing ample storage and counter space, a glass block window filters light into the over-sized walk in shower. A well-appointed home office and half bath are adjacent to the living area, providing plenty of storage, workspace, and electrical outlets. Located at the south end of the home is a spacious guest wing that enjoys private access from either the front or rear porches. A recreation room provides a second private living space with kitchenette and additional comfort for guests or family staying in one of the two bedrooms located at this end of the home. The comfortably sized rooms have large closets and share a well-appointed bath with separate vanities and walk-in shower. The ultimate destination for outdoor entertaining is a home that opens onto an expansive rear patio, and this home has it all. With a rock and wood pergola to provide shelter while looking out to the stunning vistas of the back pasture and neighboring hillsides, a rocked-in wood burning fireplace offers a pleasant seating area. Intimate dining and seating spaces are nestled amongst flowering potted plants. Throughout the home the Anderson doors and double pane windows are pine encased and finished with wood vertical blinds. The interior doors are solid pine. Property Amenities Adjacent to the home is an 1,192 sf barn with rock pillars and metal roof, and ample space to park your personal, recreational or ranch vehicles. A storage room accessible from the exterior of the barn houses a water filtration system for the home, along with the well pressure tank and solar system control panel. A 12,000-gallon water storage tank is located uphill from the home. A loafing shed, for horses or cattle, with stock water fed directly from the well is in the front pasture, and adjacent are two nearly new 25-foot sea containers with wooden floors – perfect for storing tack, equipment, or feed. Wildlife Wildlife is abundant with mule deer, white-tail deer, antelope, aoudad sheep, diverse bird species including several varieties of quail and smaller animals such as javelina, and fox. Elk also occupy the surrounding mountains. Native trees, brush and grasses provide excellent habitat, along with natural water from nearby Chihuahua and Cienega creeks.