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The Hill Country House received an 8-page spread in the Fall 2018 issue of Austin Home magazine that tells the story of the home and its owners. The design, a modern take on a farmhouse, is intended to bring people together and encourage spiritual renewal in a sustainable setting. Defined by a series of jagged roof peaks inspired by the rise and fall of the surrounding hills, the entire home was built upon the concept of “living outside-in.”

The single-story, 5,100-square-foot home treads lightly on a sweeping swath of Hill Country land far away from city lights and noise, where sherbet sunrises and sunsets paint a wide-open horizon, migrating songbirds pierce through country silence and dark-night skies set the stage for brilliant stargazing.