The double-gate entry on Highway 208 leads to an all-weather road that ascends up and around to a Y leading separately to the two compounds. The homes are approximately 5,000 and 4,000 square feet respectively and consist of the best finishes, lighting, custom fireplaces, custom bathroom and kitchen tile, Saltillo tile floors, high ceilings, outdoor kitchens, built-in grills, covered porches, and thoughtfully designed landscaping.
The main residence is a custom stone home with approximately 5,000 square feet of living area. The home has five to six bedrooms depending on use, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a full side and front yard with attached storage, and a beautiful basement entertainment space. On the back of the house is a four-car covered carport. Complementing the residence is a 2,000 square foot rock barn providing covered parking for additional vehicles and utility vehicles. The barn has a fireplace, gathering area, and numerous amenities. A lighted roping arena sits adjacent to a five stall horse barn complete with fireplace, tack room, and feed room. Finally, a second stone horse barn has been converted to a greenhouse.
The second compound includes an approximately 4,000 square foot custom stone home with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a detached three-car stone garage. This house faces west to the sunset and the rear of the house overlooks a rapid drop in elevation to the “backside” of the ranch. Intricate rock work frames the grounds and landscaping surrounding the house. Several holding pens are found at this location and a metal barn is nearby.
On the southwest edge of the ranch is a rock tank and yet another custom stone building that was designed as a hunter’s camp. This idyllic site and building has a fire pit/grill, sleeps 10+ and sports a walk-in cooler among other features. All the rock structures on the ranch were built using stone native to the property.
The ranch is extremely well-watered via a combination of six wells with submersible pumps and five working windmills. With just normal rainfall, live water from four springs flows through the ranch in the Spring and Fall months in the form of springs and seasonal creeks, replenishing livestock tanks in each of the seven pastures.