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Ranch compound designed for family getaways in the Texas Hill Country

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This fabulous family ranch compound was designed by Ford Powell & Carson in collaboration with Mark Ashby Design, located in Texas Hill Country, South Texas.  The objective for the project team was to create an elevated “hunting lodge” for entertaining guests, while maintaining a comfortable escape for the family and extended family for generations to come.

The earth Tone Pallet was thoughtfully designed to complement the South Texas hue, while keeping the space light and airy in order to avoid a heavy “ranch” theme. Continue below to see more of this enchanting ranch home…

Project Team: Architect: Ford Powell & Carson | Interior Design: Mark Ashby Design | Builder: Guido Brothers Builders

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Furnishings and fabric selections were made to ensure durability for the family to relax and unwind after a long day of activity on the ranch. The most impressive feature is the 100-foot hallway. It is grand, without being ostentatious. The custom light fixtures pay reverence to the mission architecture of the home, of which architects Ford Powell & Carson are so celebrated for.

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What We Love: This ranch compound provides the ultimate getaway for family, extended family and friends to gather and enjoy outdoor activities in a stunning Hill Country setting. Beautifully appointed furnishings and accessories adorn both the public and private living spaces of this home, adding to the overall inviting comfort. We are loving all of the stylish bedroom spaces, idyllic for adults and children alike!

Tell Us: What are your overall thoughts on the architecture of this home? Would this be your idea of the ultimate family vacation getaway? Let us know in the Comments below!

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Photos: Courtesy of Mark Ashby Design

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25 days ago

they sure like their houses to be tasteless in texASS, don’t they? this looks like that other weird ranch house featured here a couple a month ago. that place also had a lot of animal heads hanging from the walls. same owner? creepy…

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DJN
25 days ago

The interiors are relatively tasteful but the building is awful. Looks like they joined 15 double-wides together in a train and then extended an awning out to form a loggia. That thing must 300′ long! Ever heard of beautiful massing and using the architecture to create intimacy and a sense of human scale? At first I thought it must be a horse barn or stable, not a house.