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2420 Bottle Springs Road

2420 Bottle Springs Rd
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A rare survivor from a bygone era, the original main house was constructed in the late 1800’s and features 18-inch-thick native limestone walls and southern yellow pine beams. The kitchen, central living and main bedroom ceilings and walls are native cypress.

Additions over the course of the next hundred years include a seamlessly added and generous central kitchen which opens to a window-lined family room with a central wet bar and a primary bedroom with a newly renovated ensuite bathroom.

The final addition to the main house was completed in the 1990’s. This guest wing is connected to the main house by a 16’ long gallery with windows on both sides and includes two comfortable bedrooms and a central bathroom with an oversized jetted tub. The west bedroom opens directly to a covered patio and the newly resurfaced swimming pool.

The property includes two separate guest houses adding three bedrooms, two full baths and a full kitchen. There is also a barn/workshop, corral and three cross-fenced pastures which fully surround the home.

The 18-Acre property is a good balance of cleared and wooded acreage including a spring-fed fishing pond with bluegill, sunfish and bass. The entire property is high-fenced and includes two water wells and a separate limestone pump house with water softener. There is a diverse mix of trees including mature cedar, willow, mesquite, black walnut and legacy pecans. Several live oaks on the property are said to be over 200 years old. It is not in a subdivision, and there are no limitations to your imagination for creating your family compound or holiday property.

Enjoy cool breezes in the shade, warm sunshiny days by the pool and telling tall tales of its histories and mysteries under the evening stars at ANCHOR OAKS. Add your story to this heirloom from Texas frontier days.

PRICE: $1,250,000.  SOLD