- 4,610 sqft custom home
- 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom barndominium with living and dining quarters
- Equestrian barn with three 12x16 stalls with separate feed and tack rooms
- 20,000 gallon rainwater collection system
Located 17 miles north of Fredericksburg in the shadow of Enchanted Rock, lies this immaculately groomed ±73 acre gentleman’s ranch. This property boasts a spacious 4,610 sqft. custom home, fully equipped 3-stall equestrian barn, and a 4,800 sqft. barndominium with 1,760 sqft. of living quarters. The main residence’s expansive porch overlooks two ponds set amongst gently rolling coastal fields dotted with striking granite outcroppings. The ranch is equipped with underground utilities, ensuring no marring of the surrounding landscape and unobstructed views of the Hill Country skies. No detail on this ranch has been overlooked. Granite Springs Ranch is a private retreat, offering the best of Hill Country living.
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