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A fresh farmhouse designed with reclaimed timbers in Texas Hill Country

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This remarkable farmhouse style home was designed by Oscar E Flores Design Studio and built by Todd Glowka Builder, located on a sprawling 400-acre ranch in Pipe Creek, Texas. The homeowners are a family of four who lives in Houston and uses this home as their weekend and summer getaway. The two-story home overlooks several spring fed creeks that not only offers a fresh water source that travels throughout the ranch, but sense of tranquility. Deep swimming holes lined with massive boulders line the edges, creating beautiful waterfalls.

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This magnificent home encompasses 11,380 square feet with four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. It was designed to meet the lifestyle needs of its occupants… and then some! The home provides the ultimate in entertaining, to be enjoyed by family friends and guests. Expansive family gathering rooms were created and accented with interior walls of stone and a massive see-thru fireplace that creates a visual separation between the trophy room and the family/dining area and kitchen.

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Above: Wheaton Wallboard has been used for the exterior siding and Ipe Decking on the upper decks, left unfinished to naturally silver.

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What We Love: This Texas Hill Country home features beautiful reclaimed timbers and stone on the exterior facade that welcomes you inside. The farmhouse style interiors are bright and airy, with hand-hewn beams, beautiful wood flooring and many other eye-catching details. We are especially loving the kitchen, with its shiplap walls, beautiful backsplash tile, expansive island, gorgeous pendant lights and custom designed wood hood.

Readers, what do you think of this home? Would this be your ideal dream vacation retreat, a farmhouse on a sprawling ranch? Let us know in the Comments below!

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“The finish out on the house is accomplished through exceptional quality and the use of historical timbers reclaimed from 100 year old barns”, states the builders. “A standing seam metal roof compliments the board & batt exterior siding application. Dry stacked stones that are field blended in custom mixes highlight the bronze wood windows to finish off the masterpiece.”

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Above: This project features Sovereign Plank engineered reclaimed oak flooring throughout the home, sourced from Wood Co.

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Above: The master bedroom suite was designed to have maximum privacy, located the furthest distance away from the main living areas.

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Above: The elevated patio offers breathtaking views in every direction, helping to capture prevailing breezes during hot Texas summer nights. Star-gazing is also at a premium in this idyllic location.

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Photos: Lauren Keller

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jamie

Is it possible to get the name of the color of the baseboards/trim? And what name and type of wood flooring?