Impeccably designed to showcase sweeping Hill Country views, Entre Rios is a luxury estate that harkens back to the French countryside. This one-of-a-kind home features 5,358 square feet of stunningly paired textures and finishes, from richly hued wood beams and rustic stonework to sleek fixtures and generous natural light. Outside, the accompanying luxury pool and spa overlook unparalleled views of the Guadalupe River.
Inlaid with old-world romance and European charm, Upland Court was inspired by the romantic design characteristics of southern France. Every inch of this 2,943 square foot home holds attention to detail, featuring statement light fixtures, distressed woodwork, brick archways, soaring ceilings, and (of course) plenty of room for entertaining.
Considering the Hill Country’s strong resemblance to the rolling hills of Tuscany, it’s no surprise this classic architectural style was selected for Natures Way. A mixture of artisan materials and artful facades on the exterior give way to rich wood finishes, elegant details, and touches of wrought iron. From the chef’s kitchen to the luxury pool and spa, every inch of this 5,469 square foot estate was designed with entertaining in mind.
An idyllic two-story farmhouse in the heart of New Braunfels, Beaver Lane is as picturesque as it is practical. Displaying classic country charm with a modern twist, this home offers 2,400 square feet of sleek peace and quiet, including cathedral ceilings, subtle exposed beams, immaculate wood floors, and an adorable front porch.
A luxury estate designed with Hill Country views in mind, this 3,364 square foot home leaves no stone unturned when it comes to luxury details. From the stately entrance to rustic brick masonry, this stylish home brims over with classic Italian charm.
Considering the sleek, polished attention to detail at play in Carter Canyon, it’s no surprise that this stunning 5,066 square foot home was designed for the 2017 Parade of Homes. Featuring a gorgeous mix of artisan materials (from marble to stacked stone, exposed wood beams, and immaculate tile work), this home is the definition of “Hill Country Transitional” architecture: rustic elegance mixed with refined, contemporary silhouettes.
Perched atop a Hill Country overlook with views for miles, the strong, clean lines and bright interior of the Labrusca estate were built with both functionality and luxury in mind. Stretching out over nearly 6,000 square feet, this Hill Country transitional style home emphasizes the elegance of practical spaces, including a spacious top-of-the-line kitchen, generous bedrooms, and luxurious bathrooms. Perfect for a growing family!