I am a Career Realtor with almost 20 years experience working with Buyers and Seller. My career spans three southwestern states that include Arizona, Colorado, and Texas. I specialize in residential resale, country properties, farm and ranch land, horse properties, vintage/historic homes and alternative builds.
This home sits on a corner lot. 3 acres. Field fencing. Home is pier and beam foundation built in 2011 after the Bastrop fire. Open concept with living dining and kitchen. Split floor plan with nice sized master suite with the remaining two bedrooms and one full bath on the other side of the house. Covered front entry, covered back porch. Sits on a slight rise with nice views. There is a detached "cabin" style building with water and electric that could be a workshop, artist studio, kids hang out or even a little guest room with some finish work.
Vintage/historical home on a large corner lot within walking distance of the Fayetteville square and courthouse. Built sometime in the late 1800's it has a varied history from being a single-family residence, a B & B and a rest home. Most recently it was a family home configured to be a master suite on the main floor with the upstairs completely dedicated to the kids. The upstairs looks like it can be reconfigured to meet the future buyer's needs. Tall ceilings and wood floors are just some of the interior highlights. The back yard is privacy fenced on two sides
Coming soon. 2+ acres Rosanky in Bastrop County. A little piece of country heaven. Site built home with back deck to enjoy the afternoon breezes under the mature oak trees. Three outbuildings for storage, gardening, small animals. 12 x30 cabin with electric service, loft and deck.
A new video project for Stanberry Realtors. Les Bolton’s (from our Dripping Springs office) daughter, Bonnie Bolton, put it together and Johnny McGowan did the music for it so make sure the sound is on!
This morning we are in the middle of an arctic blast that has dropped down in to Texas from the north. So…it is a cold one today…that is for Central Texas! I know that the rest of the country is in a big freeze. I remember those days as a Minnesotan as a little girl. It seems that the last 40 years or so have been milder and now the weather that I remember as a kid is back.
So here I sit in my pjs at the kitchen table in our turn of the century farmhouse here in Fayetteville with a warm cup of coffee and my laptop in front of me, my two-legged chi Stew D. Baker next to me, the other pets curled up on their beds with blankets.
I am updating my real estate contact email list while I wait for the protein pumpkin bread to bake. Yesterday with the help of my Assistant I sent out Valentine’s Day notes to a customer list from leads received. So this morning I am updating that list to make it more current. As always there are bounces that are bad email addresses, I had two requests to remove email addresses off my list, one was a spiritual healer I had worked with a couple of years ago helping her sell her property, and the other was an Agent who must have not belonged to the listing service and went to one of my listings on our site to get information for her Client and had to log on. One person emailed me nicely to ask how I got her email address and I was able to send her a history of our contacts, it was a good memory refresher for me too! And I did get a greeting back from one of my past Clients.
After this cup of coffee, a slice of warm pumpkin bread, and the update of that email list I will bundle up and head outside to start my outside day. The horses who have been bundled up all night will want to get out and kick up their heels, I will need to take Stewie for a walk in his cart, and then for the first time in a long time I won’t have a schedule on a Saturday so I am going to throw my fate to the winds and see what comes my way.
Ya’ll bundle up out there where ever you are and stay warm!
This morning(1/18/19) I did a search on the Houston Listing Service for actual “horse properties” that have some kind of horse-related improvements on them in Fayette County Texas. The multiple listing pulled up 24 properties. Sadly in pursuing through them all there were only three with horse barns. Many of the listings mention barns but they are metal built shops with concrete floors which in my experience as a horse breeder, and horse property specialist in the southwest, is not a horse barn. The rest of the properties all had pasture that most agents believe could also be great for horses, me I would be looking at the soil type also. Anyhow, I digress, there were three properties Listing # 31458505 that was a metal build unfinished bardominium on beautiful acres, #51736418 a stunning getaway or full-time ranch with a five stall barn, and #76965233 acreage with “stables”. You can see them all below but I caution you there really aren’t any pictures of the horse set up. If you would like to schedule a private showing at any of these featured horse properties or if you would like me to find you others to consider in the area “in between” Austin, Houston, or San Antonio, please give me a call or contact me directly. I would love the help you. AND…for you Sellers out there who have ranch properties with or without horse facilities looking to sell, I would love to help you too! Sorry we are experiencing system issues. Please try again.