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$11,808,000  •  26,240 acres
Priced @ $450/deeded acre! Gran Quivira Ranch is located in the center of New Mexico and provides a unique opportunity to invest in Ranch Land. The 28,160 acres are located 31 miles south of Mountainair, 7 miles north of Claunch, 20 miles northwest of Corona, New Mexico. It is 120 miles southeast of Albuquerque and an equal distance to Santa Fe or Roswell. The ranch is nestled in the foothills of the Gallinas Mountains and has views of the Monzano Mountains to the northwest, with elevations ranging from 6,200 to 6,600 feet. The East Cibola forest borders the ranch to the north and Highway 55 borders a four mile section on the southwest. The headquarters is approximately 4 miles from Hwy 55. The ranch is contiguous within three counties, Torrance, Lincoln, and Socorro.
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$2,149,308  •  255.36 acres
$2,340,828
Left Hand Creek Ranch has breathtaking views, great water features with many creeks, majestic hardwoods, good cover of wildflowers and native grasses for many types of wildlife.
$4,900,000  •  168.42 acres
OVERVIEW Rancho Mareeba is ruggedly handsome and lies in the scenic, rolling terrain of northern Blanco County in the Texas Hill Country. The crown jewels of this ranch are the commanding views of North Grape Creek and its continuous live water, privacy, an elegant estate home, and excellent location relative to Fredericksburg, Austin, and San Antonio. LOCATION & ACCESS Charming Fredericksburg, TX (great restaurants, music venues, wineries, shopping, hospital, grocery stores, full service 24/7 airport) is a scenic 30-minute drive from the front gate. Austin is a 1 hour 15 min drive via US-281 & US-290 and San Antonio is 1.5 hours away via US-281. The ranch sits in a convenient location between Fredericksburg and Johnson City. WATER North Grape Creek Featuring over 1,590' of both sides of North Grape Creek, typically one of the better perennial streams found in Blanco County. Cold clear water runs from beneath limestone ledges bordering a beautiful deep blue hole full of fish, which the owner says maintains its current depth even during dry hot summer months. Colorful cliffs soar around and above it, and the owners have constructed a zip line for the adventure minded thrill seekers. The North Grape Creek Sub-Watershed North Grape Creek rises one-mile east of TX-16 in central Gillespie County. Intermittent in its upper reaches, the stream follows an easterly course for 26 miles to its mouth on the Pedernales River, northwest of Johnson City in western Blanco County. Rising in the hills of the eastern Edwards Plateau and crossing into the Central Basin, North Grape Creek passes through an area of flat to rolling terrain surfaced by sandy to clayey loams that support grasses, scrub brush, and open stands of live oak, mesquite, and Ashe juniper. Water Well One water well, located near the house, was drilled in February 2009. The well was drilled to a depth of 485’, hitting water at 102’ with a yield of 35 GPM. LAND & WILDLIFE Rancho Mareeba exemplifies what a well-managed, diverse Texas Hill Country ranch should be. A 4.25-acre pasture sits on the west side of North Grape Creek with deep soils and is ideal for creating a wildlife food plot or for growing high-quality hay. The creek bottom is dotted with American Sycamore, Live Oak and Pecan trees. Native grasses, mixed brush, and Live Oaks cover the higher elevations of the property. The owners have carefully groomed areas around the ranch creating a private, park-like feel. The upper-section of the ranch is dominated by two impressive hills that provide beautiful views of the valley and water below. The elevation ranges from a low of 1,200 along the creek up to 1,380 at the north end of the property. Abundant wildlife includes: White-tailed deer, Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, and grey fox. If birding is your hobby, Rancho Mareeba will brighten your day with its many species. The riparian corridor ecosystem of the ranch provides habitat to many species of birds including owls, hawks, ducks, and dove. A heavy mix of native songbirds can also be found due to the distinct habit types on the ranch. Even with the vast landscapes of the Texas Hill Country, it is a challenge to find the ideal property that encompasses all of the criteria most often cited by buyers including convenient access, live flowing water, abundant wildlife, onsite sporting and recreation, private access, proximity to urban conveniences, topographic diversity and gorgeous scenery.   IMPROVEMENTS Architectural Description (written by Mark Canada-the architect) DESIGN PARAMETERS Situated on a sloping ridgeline facing west 60’ above Grape Creek on the owner's 168-acre ranch, the primary design intent of this ranch compound was to take advantage of the Hill Country views. This design goal was complicated by the desire at the same time to shield its views and visibility of the ranch house of its only neighbor. It was decided that the building program would be divided into 3 main elements: The Main Ranch House, the Bunk House and the Garage/Auto Loggia. The Bunk House would primarily be used during visits by the Owner's extended family. The 'U' shaped compound surrounds a landscaped courtyard that is further defined by a stone courtyard wall enclosing and protecting the 4,000 square foot deer-proof garden. GREEN/SUSTAINABLE FEATURES Rancho Mareeba employs Green/Sustainable features to reduce the carbon footprint and it is thought that the project will eventually become carbon neutral. The green/sustainable design and construction features include: 1) Passive Solar Energy Design Techniques 2) Comprehensive Thermal Insulation, Radiant Barrier and Low Air Infiltration Building Skin 3) Landscape and Irrigation planning for Wildlife Habitat status DESIGN SOLUTION The Main Ranch House comprises 3,663 square feet of air-conditioned space. It enjoys the dominant view of the 100-foot Grape Creek cliffs to the south, the creek and distant ranch pasture views to the west and the winding upstream Grape Creek view to the north. The 'styling' of the complex is Contemporary Texas Mediterranean. Characterized by a gently sloped roofline, Mexican terra cotta roof tiles, deep overhangs, ipe' exposed roof rafters and beams, locally harvested stone walls, stucco and steel railings. Rancho Mareeba nestles comfortably into its ridgeline. The Bunk House comprises about 1,926 square feet and contains a lounge, 3 bunkrooms and 3 baths. The 3 elements of the complex, {The Ranch House, The Bunk House and the Garage,} are separated by 2 Loggias. The Bunk Loggia is designed for outdoor living and features a fireplace, sloped wood ceiling and an outdoor shower. It has views of both the Garden Courtyard and the creek views to the north. The Auto Loggia serves as a carport and owner's entrance, as well as a second outdoor living area, also adjacent to the garden courtyard. The Creek Terrace is the primary and largest of the outdoor living areas besides the courtyard garden. It reaches in an arc towards Grape Creek and has a commanding 180-degree view of the ranch views below. There is a Summer Kitchen and outdoor dining area within the Creek Terrace. TEXAS HILL COUNTRY VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE Texas is blessed with a rich cultural architectural heritage. German, Czech, Spanish and early Texas pioneer influences can be seen in contemporary residential architectural design today. With the design of Rancho Mareeba, we relied primarily upon Spanish vernacular building styles along with incorporating passive solar energy techniques to give us a distinctive aesthetic. Texas limestone was harvested from the creek bed, as well as recycled from the necessary excavation, and reused as a veneer for the walls, pavement for the walkways and retaining walls. Harvested large limestone shelf rock was used as a work counter for the potting station in the garden and the outdoor Summer Kitchen at the Creek Terrace. THE GREAT ROOM Rancho Mareeba features one open space that contains the Living Area, Dining Area and Kitchen. This open plan concept allows all three spaces, arguably the primary spaces of the house, to all benefit from the spectacular views of the cliffs, pasture and creek. A stone and stucco 2-sided fireplace helps to divide the spaces and give each its own identity. The two sidewalls are built from the site's stone. The 3 arched glass windows are 12'-6" tall and are shaded by deep overhangs and a trellis, which extends 12' towards the west onto the Creek Terrace. The sloped ceilings are capped with a clerestory 24' above the floor. Cut limestone floors finish the space and give it an allure of rustic elegance. THE ARCHITECT'S ROLE It was thought, while designing and building this project, that the architect's input could not improve this beautiful property, only work with it and make it more hospitable on which to live. While taking inspiration from his forbearers, and employing ancient knowledge of the sun and wind, the architect hopes to gently nestle an aesthetic structure along the beautiful ridgeline from which its inhabitants can enjoy nature's God given views. Building with care and craft so that the results survive a hundred years may be the most green/sustainable feature that we as architects can employ. It is hoped that the Owner's great, great, great grandchildren will be enjoying the same ranch views, breezy loggias and interior perspectives through arched stone openings in 100 years that are being built today. A responsible stewardship of this land, by Owner, Architect and General Contractor through the use of green/sustainable building techniques, should guarantee use of this structure with minimal negative impact upon our environment. VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE Texas is blessed with a rich cultural architectural heritage. German, Czech, Spanish and early Texas pioneer influences can be seen in contemporary residential architectural design today. With the design of Rancho Mareeba, we relied primarily upon Spanish vernacular building styles along with incorporating passive solar energy techniques to give us a distinctive aesthetic. -Mark Canada FINANCIAL / TITLE RANCHO MAREEBA, as described herein (168.42 ac), is offered at $4,900,000 Cash or at Terms acceptable solely at the discretion of the Seller. The conditions of sale are as follows: 1. Offers to purchase or letters of intent must be in writing and accompanied by 1.00% of the purchase price to the escrow account at Guardian Title Co. of Blanco, TX. 2. All Prospective Buyers must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Seller, absolute financial capability to purchase the Ranch prior to scheduling an inspection of the Ranch. 3. The Seller will provide and pay for a standard owner’s title insurance policy. Title to the real property will be conveyed by a general or special warranty deed. 4. The Seller will provide a new survey. 5. Mineral rights which the Seller owns will be conveyed to the Buyer at Closing. 6. The 2019 ag-exempt property taxes were $21,731.23. This entire Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice and approval of purchase by the Seller. Information regarding land classifications and acreages are intended only as general guidelines and have been obtained from sources deemed reliable; however, accuracy is not warranted or guaranteed by the Seller or Anders Ranch Realty. Prospective Buyers should verify all information to their sole and complete satisfaction. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyers brokers/agents must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allocated full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Anders Ranch Realty.
$699,900  •  105 acres
Beautiful Farm in Missouri Ozarks ready for cattle or horses!
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$2,950,000  •  53.4 acres
$3,390,000
An equestrian estate marked by elegance and charm with exceptional facilities, manicured grounds and a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home. Located in the scenic Uwharrie Mountains, a mile from Badin Lake and Old North State Club & community, this estate offers all you need for a dream lifestyle. Situated on 53+ acres it includes a 7,345 sf main house with pool, gardens & pavilion, two 3-car garages, English garden with temperature controlled green house. An elegant yet practical farm; includes two show quality barns with 12 total stalls, indoor arena, and several accessory buildings for equipment and supplies. Six rolling pastures with board fencing and 3 ponds provide vistas from all parts of the estate. The estate also has a 2,114 sf guest home. True to Frank Lloyd Wright, the Main House is a tribute to nature and indoor/outdoor living, with special features such as steel beam construction including cantilevered overhangs, atrium and fully finished lower level. An expansive European influenced entertainment venue; remodeled in 2014, the lower level includes a Pedini designed kitchen, wine cellar, exercise room and state-of-the-art theater room with 116” screen. Superlatives like “custom” and “high quality” fail to adequately describe the home, its design, workmanship and efficiency. This home and estate is distinctive, inimitable; a rare find. MEADOWSWEET FARM 53.39 Acre Equestrian Estate with Amenities and Second Home (MLS 3400461) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] *Also offered with 42.71 acres and the main residence (MLS 3408129) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 less 10.68 acres & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] Estate Home: 7,345 sf w/Full Size, Finished Lower Level Two-3 Car Garages: One w/Storage Room, Workshop & Dog Kennel Pool & Pavilion English Garden & Green House Morton Equipment/Storage Building 7-Stall Barn w/2nd Floor Studio & Storage Morton Indoor Arena w/5 Stalls (“Barena”) Morton Pull Through Service/RV Building w/3 Garage Doors Large Equipment Carport Aviary/Chicken Coop 3 Ponds & Orchard 6 Pastures w/Board Fencing Second Home: 2,411 sf w/3 Bedrooms; Built 2014
$1,250,000  •  50.45 acres
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Shooting Star Ranch is a gorgeous acreage property located just north of Fredericksburg. Mature Post oaks are found throughout the property and a 14-ac improved pasture sits adjacent to the main compound. The main home is 2,700 SqFt with 3 BR/2.5 BA, great room, family room, spacious kitchen, and a large wood decked front porch. There is a detached 6-car garage with 5 open stalls on the back for equipment storage. There is also a 170-yr old cabin constructed of hand-hewn logs that was previously utilized as a B&B. In addition, there are 2 loafing sheds for horses and a detached pole barn. HOME FEATURES The main home is a 3-BR, 2.5 BA Limestone ranch home and has a metal roof, drive-through carport, and large wood decked front porch. The master bedroom has two walk-in closets, an attached screened-in porch, and is serviced by a separate hot water heater. The master and guest bathrooms were updated in 2019. The kitchen is an open concept with stainless appliances and a large granite island. The great room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed wood beams and a large stone fireplace. The guest house is a 170 yr-old cabin constructed of hand-hewn logs that was moved onto the property from Tennessee. The cabin has a cozy sitting room with a large stone fireplace, a kitchenette, and the bedroom loft will accommodate a California king-sized bed. The cabin was operated as a successful Bed & Breakfast for many years by the landowner and offers the opportunity to generate income. There is also a 1,560 SqFt 6-car garage detached from the main home on the property. LAND FEATURES This property features 14 acres of improved pasture that sits adjacent to the main compound that is separately fenced. With deep, sandy loam soils there are beautiful mature Post oaks and other native trees found throughout the ranch providing excellent shade cover. This property offers outstanding Hill Country views and there is an abundance of white-tailed deer and other native wildlife. HORSE FACILITY FEATURES The property is perimeter low fenced and in good condition. There are 3 existing water wells yielding 29 GPM (main well), 7 GPM (capped), and 2 GPM (windmill). There is also irrigation PVC pipe in-place that extends into the 14-ac improved pasture. Additionally, there is a 0.20 ac stock pond that can be supplemented by the windmill well. The ranch has 2 loafing sheds for horses with attached pens and a squeeze chute for working livestock. There is also a detached shed that could be used for tack or hay storage. A 1,440 SqFt pole barn sits on the property and could be used for equipment storage or could be modified to accommodate numerous stalls.
$5,075,000  •  36.13 acres
Exquisite French Chateau Exudes Classic Elegance on 36+ Acres With Incredible Equestrian Amenities. Majestic, landscaped grounds provide privacy. Main residence features: 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, gourmet kitchen opening to family room, formal dining room, formal living room, media/library, office. Elevator and stairs to second floor open to magnificent lounge and bar area overlooking exquisite views of the waterfalls, bridges, and lakes. 1 Bedroom apartment for staff. Separated by the stunning solar heated pool, water fall and cabana with changing room, full bath and summer kitchen is the spectacular guest house. First Floor First floor offers access to the pool and screen enclosed lanai overlooking water estuary and beautiful gardens. Family area with fireplace, kitchen with high granite counter for bar stools plus dining area and main bedroom all enjoy Travertine floors. Second floor Second floor has its own entrance, or you may enter from the main floor. Brazilian Cherry floors, gas fireplace expansive windows and screen enclosed porch with beautiful views set the feel for this inviting 1255 +/-sq. ft. area perfect for private office, theatre, artist studio, etc. Additional improvements: Owner’s 10 stall show stable with a/c office/tack room, 1/1 apt. 2 a/c rooms-perfect for prize carriages or automobiles and dressage ring are located close to home. 14 lush paddocks, 4 additional barns with 19 stalls, office, lab and breeding shed, plus 2 additional homes for staff. Additional 876 acres available World Equestrian Center Ocala For additional information on the World Equestrian Center visit: https://worldequestriancenter.com/about-ocala-fl/
$469,900  •  32 acres
Home for sale with acreage in the Missouri Ozarks. This Missouri Ozarks property offers a custom built home with a tree lined private drive. The main floor of this home has a living room with fireplace, large kitchen with island, sun room and office with a view of the property in all seasons. The breakfast area offers a bay window and the home also has 2 family rooms with fireplaces and a formal dining room. West Plains, Missouri located in the Missouri Ozarks offers shopping, restaurants, schools (including Missouri State University), libraries, the Ozarks Medical Center, and the West Plains Civic Center. This property is close to the Mark Twain National Forest, Lake Norfork, Bull Shoals Lake, and the North Fork of the White River for all outdoor recreation. Branson, Missouri is also close by and offers shows, shopping, Sliver Dollar City, and restaurants. Also available with house, horse barn, outbuildings, LIVE WATER, ponds, & trails all on 105 acres for $749,900
$1,200,000  •  25 acres
LOCATION Mesa Valley Ranch is located along the west line of Mesa Rd., 12.1 miles southwest of charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) and 15.5 miles northwest of Kerrville. The property sits 68.1 miles southwest of Horseshoe Bay, 76.1 miles northwest of San Antonio, and 89.3 miles west of Austin. LAND Mesa Valley Ranch is a picturesque, homestead-style property with about 9-ac of pasture and 16-ac of lightly wooded area with scattered mature Post oaks and other native tree varieties. The topography is slightly rolling with elevations ranging from 1,780’ to 1,840’±. The soils on the property are deep, silty clay and loam with virtually no rock (soil reports Texas A&M AgriLife Extension are available upon request). White-tailed deer and other native wildlife are abundant. The property is perimeter low fenced on the east, west, & south boundaries and high-fenced on the north boundary. All fences are in good condition. WATER The property is serviced by one (1) water well that yields 23 GPM and was drilled in 1994. There are two (2) ponds on the property, one near the northeast corner and one near the southwest corner. The northeast corner pond will fill up in times of heavy rainfall and does need to be re-sealed. The southwest corner pond is spring-fed and has the potential to be a sustainable, attractive water feature.   IMPROVEMENTS History Character, history, and uniqueness define this modern farmhouse style home. Originally constructed in the 1940s with an abundance of detailed woodwork representative of that era, the heart of this home was moved on-site in 1996 from San Antonio. In January 1997, master custom homebuilder Lynn Roy Ransleben began a multi-year project of adding on and modernizing the house, while maintaining the detailed craftsmanship of the original home. In this process, key elements of a different historic home built in 1896 by Karl F. Ransleben, were deconstructed and reclaimed for incorporation into this gorgeous modern farmhouse. From the 1896 home, reclaimed beadboard that had been meticulously taken down piece-by-piece was reconstructed on the lower portion of the walls & ceilings in the living room and kitchen. Lightly sanded to smooth nail holes but retaining the base layers of paint, this decorative and structurally sound beadboard carries forward the history and stories of Mr. Ransleben. Other key components from the 1896 home include: old growth long leaf pine flooring reconstructed in the living room, the front door made from long leaf red pine creating a classic, elegant front entrance; and reclaimed long leaf pine trim reconstructed in the kitchen. Key components of the original 1940s home were retained and include: wood floors in the study, middle bedroom, and connected bathroom; wood back door leading from the kitchen onto the back patio; reclaimed swinging door now used between the kitchen and utility room; double French doors with unique crystal door knobs and clamshell hinges for exterior access from the study; and waterfall siding on the exterior of the home. Modern components added include: new double paned, argon gas filled Marvin windows; two (2) new Trane HVAC systems, one for upstairs and one for downstairs (installed April 2019, 14 SEER); metal roof installed with large-diameter screws; well-lit crawl space in the attic and underneath the home; limestone exterior and cedar trim; and wiring for surround sound with Bose audio in the kitchen, front and back porches, and master bathroom. As it sits today, the house encompasses approximately 2,860 SqFt.   Living Room, Kitchen, & Dining Area The living room, kitchen, and dining area are arranged as an open floor plan. The living room features a wood burning stove and provides access to the wrap-around front porch via the front door or a side set of double French doors. The kitchen and dining area sit in the middle, with an attractive island that houses cabinetry and a full-sized sink separating the living room, kitchen, and dining area. Moving into the kitchen, the stovetop is also housed in a separate island. There is a spacious utility room attached to the kitchen that houses a full-sized washer/dryer set, chest deep freezer, utility sink, and a built-in ironing board. From the master bathroom, there is a laundry chute to feeds into the utility room. Bedrooms The home has 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. Downstairs, the primary bedroom features a full bathroom and the middle bedroom & study share and are connected by a full bathroom. Unique floor cubby-holes are found in the middle bedroom closet for additional storage. The upstairs master bedroom is spacious and features a cozy sitting area and a window seat. There is also a covered balcony connected to the sitting area that looks out over the panoramic countryside and is the perfect spot to enjoy amazing sunsets. The master bathroom is sizable with a large walk-in shower and detached clawfoot bathtub. A large walk-in closet is accessed from the bathroom. There is also an additional closet with keypad access off the sitting area and a separate cedar-lined closet off the stairs leading to the master bedroom. The attic space is accessed from this closet and provides additional storage. Landscaping The home features a beautiful, maintained lawn of St. Augustine grass dotted with a variety of mature trees that include Live oaks, Post oaks, Spanish oaks, black cherry, and Cedar elm. There are also scattered flowering bushes that include oleander, crepe myrtle, wisteria, and butterfly bush. On the west side of the house, the lawn is tiered with massive rocks brought in from western Gillespie County. The lawn, landscaping, and flower beds are watered via a twelve (12) zone irrigation system. Porches, Patio, & Sidewalks Spacious, covered wrap-around concrete porches, accented with stained cedar posts and railings, surround the front part of the house. Off the back door sits a shady patio with an outdoor shower and offset bench seats supported by trimmed cedar posts with custom steel bases. The offset bench seating was constructed as such to maximize patio space. Concrete sidewalks are found on all sides of the home and connect to the adjacent workshop. Workshop Adjacent to the main house, there is an 1,800 SqFt Quonset Hut-style metal workshop constructed in 1996. Sitting on a concrete pad, the main area of the workshop which is heated, provides ample room for tractor or other equipment storage. Inside and at the far end of the building, a bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom were constructed. The owners have historically utilized the bedroom as an office and the kitchen as a butcher shop and used both as living quarters during the construction of the main house. Other Improvements Off the back patio, the owner constructed a quaint smokehouse, which is currently being used as storage. There is also a rustic “car shed” that sits adjacent to the workshop. Roads & Entry The property is accessed via an attractive entry off Mesa Rd., which is a paved private road (easement) with an all-weather entry road leading to the main compound. There are no other improved roads on the interior of the property.
$1,900,000  •  23.98 acres
Location.Elegance.Comfort. This property has it all. Retreat to your classic, luxury home in the heart of Wilsonville/Stafford where quality craftsmanship and attention to detail is apparent throughout with a beautiful kitchen and master on the main. The peaceful, picturesque setting boasts an ideal equestrian facility where thoughtful design of the barn, indoor and outdoor arenas, and turnouts makes it easy to enjoy your equine passion. At the end of a private, paved road, it truly is an equestrian street of dreams.
$2,700,000  •  7.11 acres
Lake front Estate on 7.11 Acres w/ transferable boat membership. NO HOA + unobstructed lake & Rocky Mtn Views. Nearly 5956 sq. ft. garage. Quality architecture masterfully accentuate the exterior & interior use of log construction in this 9766 sq ft home. Walk-out ranch, 6 bed, 6 bath, theater, rec room w/ bar, sauna, 4 season sunroom, study, prestigious master suite. Hickory cabs & floors, 4 fireplaces, cultured quartz in the chef approved kitchen. 2 outbuildings & private boat launch. 2 outbuildings: 1720sft and 3200sf w 1000sf loft. Pet bliss with their own secure, & artificial turf yard. Bring your animals!
$515,280  •  7 acres
Part of an estate, 7.034 Acres with 316 mature Western Schley Pecan trees, a 1,686 SF three bed two bath home. EBID surface rights and irrigation well. Pecan production records available.
$969,000  •  5.2 acres
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Custom built home located mins from Mooresville & Davidson. Painted Hill Farm, a charming 5+ acre horse farm, in a neighborhood of high-end custom homes with option of Mooresville Schools. Extensive crown molding & special trim throughout, main level hardwood/tile floors, high-end plumbing & light fixtures. Great Rm w/built-ins & gas fireplace. Main floor master suite w/oversized bath including Travertine floors, frameless shower w/rain head & hand held shower heads. 3 second-level guest rms & 2.5 baths. The epicurean kitchen has all special touches; custom cabinetry, soft return, appliance cabinet, food processor shelf that lifts up and out, beverage cooler, pot-filler & SS appliances. Keeping room adjoins. Exceptional outdoor living w/large main & ground level covered porches. Basement ready for personal design; currently w/full bath, shop & ATV/equipment garage. 2-3 stall barn w/wide center aisle, concrete wash stall & tack rm, hay storage, hot & cold H2O, arena & 2 pastures.
$459,000  •  2.19 acres
This captivating, farmhouse style home sits on a 2.19 acre corner lot just outside Muenster city limits. The two-story home has porches on three sides and an upstairs balcony off the master bedroom, overlooking lush farmland and this quaint small town. There are 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms with large closets and lots of well planned built-ins. This 2,754 sqft home has a basement, 2 car garage, pier and beam, water well, aerobic septic system and metal roof. Gorgeous oakwood floors throughout the entire house have been newly refinished. Open concept kitchen, dining and living area with a huge rock fireplace that has a gas start and is wood burning. New granite kitchen countertops with tile backsplash. Newly remodeled master in-suite with tile shower, granite counter, backsplash and accents. Bonus room for storage, craft room or office. 15' x 15' basement, accessible from inside the home, with pool table, carpeted walls, and wooden drink rail. 2 attics with plywood floors. Security system with cameras and security lights. Also, a fantastic 60' x 40' insulated shop with electric and half bathroom. Shop has 4 roll-up doors with openers. There is a mechanics pit with covers and ample space for any kind of project.