Reclaimed wood and stone elements grace this Hill Country retreat where a fusion of Mediterranean architecture and rural Texas charm create inviting interior and exterior spaces. A celebration of scale and proportion, it’s a home designed to “breathe” with an intentionally rambling footprint and an immediate connection to the outdoors. This escape is both authentic and enduring, incorporating found elements that tell a story to create a perfect blend of old and new.
With almost no separation from its surrounding rooms, the living room serves as the core of the home. Opening up to the kitchen, dining room, lower private sitting/media room, and second floor walkway, it is connected to the terrace through a large wall of windows, creating the illusion of one massive indoor-outdoor entertaining space.
Photography: Julie Soefer
Builder: Byer Builders, Tom Byer
Architect: Ryan Street Architects
5773 Woodway Drive,