Located in Liberty Hill, Texas-a small community that is looking forward into its future by building new schools and preparing for growth-Bridle Gate is a thirteen lot apportion of pristine Hill Country property, among the brilliant day's humming birds and the cozy night's fireflies, as well as famed picturesque Texas wildflowers, hides a place that looks like a dream. Do you have a dream of a home?
CR 200 LIBERTY HILL, TEXAS
DESIGNED & BUILT BY J. BRYANT BOYD DESIGN BUILD
J. Bryant Boyd Custom Homes has crafted a career of taking creative visions and building them piece by piece into homes-homes that last: dreams that last.
At cozy thirteen lots, Bridle Gate is the unparalleled comfort of newly discovered country, a rarity in the modern world: so close to a beautiful world but far enough away to live as free your vision allows. And at J. Bryant Boyd Custom Homes, our vision is as vast as the Texas Hill Country that the lots and homes in Bridle Gate will compliment. Don't live in someone else's home-experience a house as idealized and individualized as you. The homes built in Bridle Gate won't simply be buildings, they will be beacons of ingenuity and living while maintaining the integrity and natural beauty of Texas.
Custom lots are what you built your dreams upon, and Bridle Gate is unlike any subdivision in Texas, and since Texas is unlike any state in the country, you will live in a world unlike any other on Earth. Unique, beautiful and elegant, same as wild horses running over hills, and that will be your back porch: the panoramic, nearly boundless and endless beauty of the Texas Hill Country.
Two acre lots starting at $125,000 |
Only 13 lots available! Call now for more information: 512-930-1686
This project was featured in the June 2013 Issue of This Old House Magazine:
Shifting the peninsula extends the reach of a 1950s kitchen, and thoughtful finishes amplify its charm www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/photos/0,,20695994,00.html
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This is from Blaine Brownell of Builderonline.com From Charged with sunlight by day, pavers with embedded lights deliver safe pathway illumination at night without added electricity. This is a practical—and increasingly popular—application for outdoor circulation spaces. But what if the paving material itself could illuminate? Enter glow-in-the-dark concrete.
We appreciate everyone who was able to stop by our booth at the 2013 Austin Home & Garden Show. It was a great success! We'll see you next time!
I love Thanksgiving. It's the beginning of the holiday season, but without all the stress. Just a time to reflect on the past year and think about all the reasons you have to be thankful. About 15 years ago, I went on a quest to find the best dressing for our Thanksgiving meal. I always enjoyed my mother's recipe, but wanted something that was our own tradition. I came across a recipe in a Louisiana cookbook. Now you know those folks know how to eat! Well, over the years I've made so many changes that I now claim this recipe as my own.
- 1 black iron skillet of cornbread – any recipe
- ½ bell pepper, chopped
- 3 celery ribs – chopped
- 1 bunch green onions, chopped
- 1 medium onion, chopped
- 1 pound breakfast sausage (I use Jimmy Dean hot)
- 1 can chicken broth
- 4 chicken bouillon cubes dissolved in 4 cups of boiling water
- 1 c. butter
- 4 eggs
- 2 t. Tony Cachere's Creole Seasoning (or to taste)
- 1 pkg. Pepperidge Farm dressing mix (Garden Herb)
Make cornbread ahead of time by your favorite recipe in your iron skillet. Sauté bell pepper, celery, and onions with the sausage. Melt 4 chicken bouillon cubes in the boiling water. Add chicken broth and butter. Mix all together. Mix all the ingredients together then pour everything into a large baking dish. Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 45 minutes. This will serve 12-16 amply.
This is so scrumptious, your family will be begging you to make this year after year. Enjoy!
This linear contemporary home offers views in every direction. The large living room, kitchen and dining room work together to enrich everyday home entertaining. Three bedrooms, a children’s bunk room and a large game room are segmented to one side of the home for privacy. The master suite is an ultra private affair with a modern spa-like bath. A courtyard area with koi pond will make a lasting first impression on any visitor. Designed by J. Bryant Boyd, Architect, built by Daniel Amon Custom Homes, current owner of Biotex Foam and construction manager for J. Bryant Boyd, Design-Build. Photography by Carlos Barron