$17,500,000 • 313 acres
Nestled in the historic hills north of Chappell Hill, Texas, sits the renowned Dos Brisas Ranch. As you drive in the meandering driveway, you cross the pecan tree-lined creek bottom of Peach creek. Sitting on the highest hill overlooking the 313-acre ranch sits the ranch compound with world-class equestrian facilities and some of the finest Haciendas, Casitas, and amenities you will ever see.
Dos Brisas is located 6 miles north of Chappell Hill on FM 1155 there is also access to the backside of the ranch on Copelyn Springs Road. It is about a 15-minute drive to downtown Brenham.
TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT
The ranch offers a high hilltop overlooking the creek bottom. Most of the property is rolling topography, giving it great definition and beautiful views. The highest point is about 240 feet above sea level, and the lowest point at the creek is roughly 170 ft above sea level.
At one time, the property was growing organic vegetables in extensive fertile gardens around the property for HEB and Houston restaurants. Because of this, the ranch was high fenced to keep deer and other game from eating the crops. It is ready to go if someone wants to bring exotics or whitetail in.
Dos Brisas headquarters offers beautiful Spanish-style architecture throughout the sprawling manicured grounds. There are five elegant Haciendas and two luxurious Casitas to accommodate family and friends. Additionally, there is a 60,000 sq. ft. covered riding arena and 24 indoor world-class horse stalls. There is also an entertainment lodge with a pool, full bar, commercial kitchen, dining room, and climate-controlled wine room. Additionally, there are several other housing options on the site for guests and employees. To fully understand the passion and detail that went into designing this property, you must see it.
Over 4000 ft. of Peach Creek traverses this property through groves of pecan trees. There are also three ponds on the property for fishing.
Dos Brisas was once part of a 4428-acre property, granted to Samuel R. Miller and his wife in 1824 when they arrived in Texas. Mr. Miller was a Texas Pioneer from Virginia; he was a farmer and stockman by trade. He was part of Stephen F. Austins Old Three Hundred, and after several years of arriving, he held the position of Sheriff for the community. He was also one of the signers of the petition to establish the Washington Municipality.