Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Home of the Week

The Texas Hill Country encompasses a large geographical area. The largest cities in the Hill Country are San Antonio and Austin. Smaller communities include Wimberley, Fredericksburg, Comfort and others. Texas has many beautiful areas, but it's hard to beat the Hill Country, which is identified, of course, by its hilly terrain, and an abundance of live oak trees.

Today's home is new construction in Boerne, TX, which is a small town near San Antonio. With 4400 square feet, the home features stucco with rock accent exterior, and four bedrooms, each with their own baths. It's too bad there aren't more pictures of the interior. It looks like a fabulous home. And it can be yours for just $895,000.

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Becca Watson said...

I love the outside look of this house. I am so in love with that kitchen! That's what I want to do to ours, the white cabinets and beige/tanish backsplash..

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Yes...It is the outside that I like, too!

for the love of a house said...

Ahh the hill country! I grew up in SA, but we didn't have houses like that around when I was growing up!

mary said...

The kitchen is soooo pretty! How is your family/media room coming? I need to see pictures of your latest projects :)

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Beautiful home, Sandra.

When I see stone houses I'm reminded of Texas Hill Country. When we were driving home from Hermann, last week, we drove through a housing development. One of the homes strongly resembled those Texas homes. I love the style! Perhaps it's my paternal Texas roots calling to me.

kate said...

wonderful kitchen, thanks for posting all the photos of this great home!!! happy valentines day

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