Beneath this Hill Country exterior lies a green built and energy efficient home that keeps operating costs low. The owners love the outdoors and are avid hunters.
His office downstairs and the Trophy Room upstairs both were designed for good natural light as well as plenty of wall space for trophy mounting. The main public areas open to the outdoors with large sliding door units. Multiple outdoor living experiences and all significant rooms are oriented to lake views. The master shower is formed by a rock wall and even has a boulder for a seat. The kitchen and morning room are intended to be a comfortable spot for the couple to chat over coffee or enjoy a relaxed meal. Guests in the main house enjoy their own kitchenette and each sleeping room has a unique feature – a plank wall or a window seat. The pass through laundry room accommodates a number of activities pet and owner oriented. A guest house with cart garage gives guests and owners an easy way to tool around the neighborhood and visit with friends, get the mail and so on.
Each space was designed to be not a room, but an experience.