$2,390,000   •   31.3 Acres
4 br / 3 ba /

Offering scenic Hill Country views in all directions, this 31.31 acre +/- ag-exempt equestrian property features a 5,419-sq.ft. home, custom-designed outdoor living space, 2,700-sq.ft. stable and outdoor riding arena, guest casita, pastures for rotational grazing and a separate hunting pasture with cover that holds whitetail and axis deer for year-round recreation.ImprovementsLocated in the highly sought after Texas Hill Country, this stunning Creekwood Estates luxury home and ag-exempt equestrian property is a horse lover’s and outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of this upscale 5,419-sq.ft. home designed with plenty of living and entertainment space. Step outside to your heated pool, cantina, firepit and putting green or head straight for the stable and outdoor riding and roping arena offering scenic views in all directions. A distinct advantage is the fact the 31.31-acre +/- property is situated in a gated community just minutes from Kerrville—a town known for beautiful parks that line the Guadalupe River—and is only a few miles from the Kerr County Airport and an hour from San Antonio International Airport. This horse property is outstanding for its features and benefits, whether your goal is to own a rustically elegant home with the facilities to train or ride, or your heart lies with the utility and investment potential that comes with owning a well-appointed horse property near the city but that delivers that country feel.   Luxury Home and Amenities Epitomizing classic Hill Country elegance, the 5,419 sq. ft. custom 4 bedroom, 3-1/2 bath main home blends rustic elements with modern comforts, featuring stone and wood, a propane fireplace, beautiful cabinetry, stained concrete floors, an open kitchen and great room area and large windows that invite natural light while delivering the views. The kitchen features stainless appliances, a propane stove and a granite-topped breakfast bar and counters. The laundry room and garage offer ample storage with cabinetry. The covered front and back porch extend your living area. A spacious master bedroom and bathroom are located on the main floor for convenience with a study or bonus room near the front entryway, a dining room, an office and a mud room. Head upstairs to three more bedrooms with extra-large closets, one of which has doors that lead to a private balcony above the front door to take advantage of those Hill Country views. The second-floor layout includes a large game room, two more bathrooms and an attic. Built in 2006, the home has a water softener and reverse osmosis filtration system and is equipped with hard-wired surround-sound and security systems. The well provides 1,500 gallons of water storage, two septic tanks, 500- and 1,000-gallon propane gas tanks for heating and cooking, two hot water tanks, three A/C units and a 24 KW generator to keep things running in case of a power outage. The yard’s sprinkler system maintains the lawn under the harsh Texas sun. The inviting “outdoor living” space includes a heated pool with a hottub and a 1,000-sq.ft. custom-designed cantina for preparing your poolside meals. Heated for year-round use, it features a wooden barn door and all-wood casement windows for tailoring the amount of breeze and light. It is equipped with a custom Italian wood-fired pizza oven, Primo ceramic egg grill, kegerator, stainless air-tight pantry, Big Chill retro refrigerator and an icemaker. Its open design includes a food preparation area and sink with soft water and reverse osmosis filtration, dining and sitting areas, a stone propane fireplace with a big-screen mounted TV, zoned lighting and Wi-Fi. Enjoy evenings by the stone firepit located off the cantina or grab your putter and head for your private putting green. A few steps further, a private fenced-in garden and chicken coop await, ideal for those who live life on the land and prefer taking their food from field to table. The Stable, Property and Support Structures Whether you plan to train, rope or ride, this property is tailored for your needs, and its ag exemption makes it ideal for equestrians and ranchers alike. Equestrians will appreciate the 2,700-sq.ft. stable providing year-round shelter, including four stalls complete with ceiling fans and two run-in sheds that cater to horses or livestock. The stable features a guest casita for additional living quarters, including a kitchenette and full bath, and a private office and bath. Pipe-fenced and cross-fenced for rotational grazing, the property’s two soil-rich grazing pastures offer horses and farm animals room to roam. Saddle up and head for your own outdoor roping arena. Spanning more than a half-acre, the well-designed space is a bonus whether training for roping events or equestrian competitions, offering riding lessons or just exercising your horse. An outdoor washing area between the stable and riding arena offers added convenience as does the nearby 20’ X 65’ equipment shed that houses equipment and feed. Enjoy the peace and satisfaction that comes with owning a luxury horse property that encompasses nearly 75 feet of changes in elevation for exceptional views. This is truly a one-of-a-kind property.   RecreationHunters will enjoy the onsite hunting opportunities as 10 of the 31.31 +/- acres include a separate ag-exempt pasture that can easily be converted to a wildlife exemption. Loaded with game trails, it offers live oak and cedar cover that draws whitetail and axis deer and the occasional blackbuck, and anglers are only a few miles from good fishing and kayaking in the Guadalupe River. Golfers will want to take advantage of the fact the property is 5 miles from the Comanche Trace Golf Course & Country Club. Topping off the list of attributes, Creekwood Estates cannot be further subdivided, leaving the peace and tranquility of your property and views intact.   Region & ClimateEnjoy year-round recreation in a region of Texas known for its serene beauty, rustic elegance and mild climate. Spend the day hiking, golfing, hunting, fishing or kayaking, or venture into the heart of Kerrville, Fredericksburg and other historic nearby towns for great dining, shopping, parks, wineries and to see the renowned vibrant displays of native Texas Hill Country wildflowers, including iconic bluebonnets, that blanket the scene every spring.


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