Set on five plus acres in the Texas Hill Country this Country French masterpiece is rich in architectural tradition yet the design also meets modern day demands for space and utility. The home was designed by renowned Texas A.I.A architect Stephen B. Chambers and built by Homestead Heritage using only the finest craftsmen and materials. The exterior features many authentic architectural details including: slate roof and hipped dormers, copper downspouts, pegged timber trusses, Lueders limestone headers and Pennsylvania Bluestone hardscape. Upon entering, the light-filled grand Gallery leads you to the magnificent Great Room. The Great Room has a vaulted ceiling with pegged timber trusses, two masonry Rumsford fireplaces and four sets of French doors leading to spacious Outdoor Living Space. The gourmet Chef’s Kitchen features a Viking package that includes a six burner range with double ovens, a separate wall oven and microwave in the baking center, two commercial Refrigerators and two Dishwashers. The large granite center island provides seating and ample workspace. The adjacent Breakfast Room is generous and provides a comfortable area for morning coffee. The elegant Dining Room has a beautiful cast stone full masonry Rumsford fireplace and is the ideal space for large family gatherings or the picture-perfect dinner party. The first floor Master Suite has a sitting area with a wood burning fireplace, vaulted beamed ceiling, walls of windows and French doors leading to the Veranda. The spa like Master Bath has oversized marble shower with body spays, designer pedestal tub, dual sinks, separate vanity and large walk-in closet with hidden pass thru to Study. There are four additional bedrooms upstairs that have private baths and access to a separate spacious Game Room. Other notable features include: beautiful hand scraped hardwoods on the first floor, Wine Room, Geothermal Heating/Cooling, Lutron Home Works lighting system, Large covered front and back Porches, finished basement area, many mature trees, property backs up to Corps of Engineers Land. This is one of the finest homes you will ever see and must be seen to be fully appreciated.