Come smell the Blue Bonnets deep in the heart of The Texas Hill Country, where this gentleman's ranch
elicits the romance of early Texas, while awaiting the discerning party with unusual lifestyle focus.

The structure and grounds are aesthetically memorable and are comparable to few. In the
Fredericksburg German style of the 18th and 19th century, this unique, naturally mottled smooth stucco
timber frame building, has an attached internal horse stall and was designed with great attention to period
detail. All hinges are blacksmith forged pintel and hinge on custom doors with large brass and iron copies of
1840's English rimlocks, whose original was taken from a Virginia plantation. Farm sinks imbedded in
antique furniture fit tastefully with an early commercial stove and gourmet amenities.

The rare timber frame structure was handmade in Tennessee, using only mortise and
tenon joints with Oak pegs to attach 8x10 rafters and various timbers which comprise the high pitched
vaulted frame. A period 1860 staircase was incorporated into the newly constructed building which also has
extensive gray limestone custom rock work in the center aisle, oversize fireplace and various exterior dry
stack walls. The unusual multiple dormer roof lines are complimented with hand chiseled gray slate
shingles and a functional lightening rod system topped by a cupola whose arched
windows allow natural light to grace the generous master bedroom.

This beautiful Wild Life Exempt 30 acre property with towering Oaks straddles both
sides of year round, crystal clear Lone Man Creek and is surrounded by towering hills. A large
corral is fenced with hand split Poplar rail fencing from Virginia. Two additional large pastures offer
excellent riding and or potential for further equine areas. Red Hawk Road is a desirably exclusive area
where Lone Man Creek winds it's way to the nearby Blanco River through a very private valley.
This valley was known for the largest concentration of Comanche at one point.
The unusually picturesque property is four miles from the quaint
Wimberley township and a close half hour from Austin.