Hilltop Ranch is accessed off of FM 2447 which is a well maintained blacktop that dead ends just 3 miles past the ranch. This results in a very little traffic other than the occasional passing farm truck.
As you pull up to the gate, the premise behind the name of the ranch is immediately apparent. The stately home sits atop a drastic hilltop surrounded by gorgeous rolling pastures. Driving through the large iron gate, massive pecan trees line the concrete drive up the hill to the home. As you crest the hill and pull around the circle drive, the 360 degrees of scenery come into full view. In every direction the topography drops away leaving views for miles.
The massive front doors open into a wide and long foyer that gives a first peak of the perfectly appointed home. The foyer leads into the dining room and den to your left and right with the large staircase ahead. A beautiful kitchen and wetbar give the feel of classic country living. The master suite extends towards the back of the house with an entire wing devoted to perfect comfort. An additional family room is located in a cozy basement and wash and mudroom sits towards the back. Three large bedrooms, a bunk room and porches, both front and back, make up the second story. Porch views look endlessly to the east and west.
A secondary self sufficient living space consists of a kitchen and bathroom downstairs and bathroom, large game/family room, bedroom and bunk room upstairs.
The home wraps around a beautiful stone patio with elevated seating and a pool. The patio looks east across the property and down towards the creek. Remnants of a fireplace from the original homestead has been restored and doubles as the backside of an outdoor shower that looks privately over the property.
A slabbed, four stall horse barn sits beside a newly redone set of extensive pipe corrals and joggs. The barn has ample storage with an office and extra room that could easily be converted into a suite. From the corrals, the road follows over a cattle guard and drops down into the back of the property, with wonderful stands of hard woods, a 1.6 acre lake and the beautiful New Year Creek frontage. As you look back up the property towards the home, the 90 feet of elevation change is even more apparent. Driving the fence lines through the rolling pastures, past grazing longhorns and donkeys, the full beauty of Bluebonnet Country is on display.
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