Featured in NY Times, Modern on 27 Acres in Wimberley

Featured in NY Times, Modern on 27 Acres in Wimberley

1800 Red Hawk, this modern Central Texas home, featured a NY Times article, is perched above the Blanco River, “The property covers 27 acres, with greater than 400 feet of river frontage, situated about 10 miles from downtown Wimberley. The streamlined, single-story contemporary was built in 2001 and designed by Robert Jackson of Jackson & McElhaney Architects…. Designed for low-maintenance living, most of the house’s exterior is made from a metal roofing material, with redwood window framing and soffits. Common areas are on an open plan with a pitched ceiling that reaches over 18 feet, a fireplace and a wall of glass facing the river and valley. Clerestory windows draw in additional light. Floors are glazed concrete throughout….” Built in 2001, containing 3100 SF, with two bedrooms and two baths. Been on and off the market since 2009, beginning at $2,240,000.  Listed by Jim Henderson, Century 21 Randall Morris.

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