Casa Estrealla + Custom House shaped like the Lone Star!
Here is your chance to own a custom built home shaped like the symbol of the Great State of Texas, the Lone Star! This beautiful home sits onto 429 +/- acres located in Hamilton County.
Main House: The house was designed and built by architect Douglas Mehrens of Cerrillos, NM. The entire structure is metal, steel beams and pipes compose the frame with metal studs used inside. The home is approx. 4945 sq.ft and the main living area is 3695 sq. ft., there is approx. 2295 sq. ft. of concrete porches. There are 6 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms.
The only wood inside the home was used on the ceiling and reclaimed wood floors. The wood used for the ceilings and floors is over 200 years old purchased from a demolition company in Dallas who recycle materials. The beautiful point that makes up the center of the Lone Star is a skylight that is 21 feet above the floor and surrounded by tongue and groove stained wood. The exterior of the home is stucco.
There are 2 main entrances, the front door, and the mudroom door. Use the front door unless you're dirty, wet or muddy in which case use the mudroom door, throw your dirty clothes in the washer, and take a shower right there to keep dirt and mud out of the main part of the house. The home has panoramic views from the kitchen, living room and outside patio area. There is plenty of room to entertain your family or guests in the large open concept kitchen with Viking appliances, dining and living area. Enjoy the patios free of mosquitos, flies and other flying insects because of the misting system that surrounds the exterior of the house. Set it to come on automatically at certain times or use the remote control for on-demand misting. The system uses non-toxic Chrysanthemum oil as the active ingredient. The flower beds around Casa Estrella have an automatic watering system.
Need more space for guests or family: Casa Estrella as plenty with a guesthouse and Bunkhouse.
Guest House: 1999 Doublewide 1792 sq.ft, 3-bedroom/2 baths
Bunkhouse/Deer Camp: Sleeps 8+, It was part of a larger house built in 1876 by Hiram Stanford, Jr., namesake of Stanford Valley. He homesteaded the greater valley after moving from Collin County Texas after the Civil War. He dug the well in the front yard by hand.
Land: Hunting on the ranch is great for deer, very good for turkey, and very good for feral hogs. The tank has had water for 19 of the 22 years the seller has owned it and when stocked with fish the fishing is very good. This year and 2 other years of drought caused it to go dry.
There are 6 deer blinds and 1 bow blind in a tree, all with deer feeders. The front pasture is approximately 70 acres. The remaining 360 acres out back are rugged, and fun for 4 wheeling and exploring. There is a 180 elevation change between the front gate and the NW corner.