I have found paradise and it’s right here in the beautiful Texas hill country. You will want to visit this stunning destination because you will want to be one of the lucky few who get to live here.
Boot Ranch is a community that is proud of its family centric lifestyle. With a 55,000 square foot members-only clubhouse, 4.5-acre pool and sports campus, a top-ranked Hal Sutton-designed golf course, and a 34-acre golf practice park, there is something for everyone. In fact, Boot Ranch is a gated community with memberships that are multi-generational. They want grandparents, parents, children and grandchildren to gather and celebrate life – together. Texas ranch-style living has been taken to a new level.
The community ranges from Homesteads to Country Homes to Overlook Cabins to Sunday Houses, each one providing a sort of compound living style. Want your entire family to gather with you but not under one roof? This is the place for you. Located just five miles north of Fredericksburg, Texas, Boot Ranch offers homes from $350,000 to $2.5 million all with the amenities of private club membership, which is included in your property purchase. All generations in your family can enjoy the golf course, club facilities, pools, activities without additional club fees. If building a second home is not your thing, consider investing in one of their Sunday Houses. This is shared ownership with you getting about 40 days per year in your 5-bedroom Sunday House. These are offered at $350,000 and include club membership.
The top-rated par-71 Hal Sutton designed golf course along with the practice course is not to be missed. Hole #10 has been listed as one of the Most Beautiful in Texas and the course has been ranked in the Top 10 by Golf Digest. By the way, hole #10 is featured in the movie Seven Days in Utopia starring Robert Duvall. The entire film was shot in Texas. Even if you don’t golf, the property and clubhouse are amazing. Enjoy spa services at the Clubhouse Village or meals prepared by Chef Aaron J. Staudenmaier (trained under Chef Kent Rathburn). Boot Ranch sprawls over 2,050 acres of hill country land and will only build a total of 450 residences. If you are thinking about building a second home or retiring to Boot Ranch, there is no time limit on building from time of land purchase.
There is so much to do and see in Fredericksburg. In fact, it was a part of my Texas Summer Travel Guide last week. The art galleries, wineries, bed & breakfast, fields of lavender and poppy are not to be missed. This glorious part of Texas is only a four-hour drive from Dallas.
Not convinced yet? Go visit Boot Ranch and stay on property. They have lodge rooms for visitors to enjoy the entire Boot Ranch experience. The sheets were so soft I had to ask what the brand was (FYI – they are Jennifer Adams sheets). Pack casual clothes, golf attire, swim suit, jeans and cowboy boots. You will be stunned by the beauty. In fact, all photos in this post are simply taken with my iPhone!
Boot Ranch: 77 Boot Ranch Circle, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624 / 830.997.6200 / info@BootRanch.com / BootRanch.com
If you go, let me know what you think. xoxo- Tanya