A 8.1-acre, comfortable homesite is spacious and lovely. Surrounded by similar-sized, tree-filled properties not only enhances privacy and continuity, but suggests acreage more expansive than its actual size. The land offers outstanding, choice building spots and is perfect acreage for a large home--with plenty of room for an additional guest house or gentleman’s barn just far enough from the house. Call 1-830-833-5555 for pricing.
Gently rising terrain, Live Oaks, and native grass are classic Hill Country.
With acres of land in ravines and hills, Homesite 37 enjoys and “owns” inspiring views to the north--and exceptional ones also to the southwest. It clearly has what many are looking for in Hill Country acreage: undisturbed beautiful views, an inviting and buildable site, a developer test well onsite, and large-acreage properties surrounding it. Call 1-830-833-5555 for pricing.
Nothing stands between you and the view.
Hidden away, but easy to access, is a gem spanning 38.1 acres that includes a private, sparkling lake. Generous wooded acreage on all sides of the lake maintains its seclusion and hosts animal life dependent on the lake. An old ranch road leading to the lake from the current road suggests it was a popular spot for generations, and it now defines the future driveway for a new owner. Call 1-830-833-5555 for pricing.
Nestle a home in the hillside overlooking your private lake.
Brushy Top began with over 2,000 acres divided into only 146 home sites for sale ranging in size from 5- to 75-acres. Over half have been sold and our land owners are our most enthusiastic sales team — just ask them. Click here to go to the LOA page which has only the summary of restrictions.
Settle here and you'll have the privacy only these large tracts can provide. To give you a sense of perspective, one of our 18-acre homesites would likely provide over one hundred 60'x120' city lots.
And there are correspondingly big, largely private views because most of the homesites are located on wooded ridge lines on five acre minimum lots. Our relaxed, buy now, build later policy allows you to start enjoying your ranch day one but build only when you are ready. Our deed restrictions enhance long term value for all owners. Our architectural guidelines encourage green building and require dark sky lighting for our modern interpretation of hill country style homes.
When you understand a few things about building in the Hill Country, Brushy Top looks even better.
Our gated entrances provide the security and privacy so important to our landowners and their families. Access is controlled by electronic keypad, so you know who's coming to visit, and you won't be bothered by uninvited guests.
We conducted an extensive water feasibility study and found Brushy Top meets the standards of water quality typical of Blanco County.
Brushy Top has underground electric utilities. That's a true money-saving feature because last time we checked it cost anywhere from $10 to $25 a linear foot to run an electric line.
The Ranches of Brushy Top is located adjacent to State Highway 281 and has over 8 miles of paved roads in the community assuring all weather access. The other 3 sides of the community are surrounded by large ranches totaling over 5,000 acres — the ranches to the north and south are permanently deed restricted to minimum tracts sizes of 100 acres which serves to protect the value, views, and privacy of all our residents.
We support green building practices and encourage our residents to use building strategies that reduce the consumption of energy, water and materials. That includes incorporating 'dark sky' lighting to preserve the stunning views of the Milky Way at the Ranches of BrushyTop.
Not every place has well-thought out deed restrictions like Brushy Top. Deed restrictions give you a long-term sense of comfort that your property won't lose value because of neighbors' activities. That's not always a sure thing in rural areas.
If you only fence 1 acre of your property you'll be able to maintain a money-saving AG Value Tax on the remaining acreage because of the exotic wildlife that freely roams the hills of Brushy Top.