Temperatures are lowering and there is no better way to stay warm and cozy this season than a homey fireplace in or outside of your home. Take a look at these stunning fireplaces found in a few of our current listings.
Listed by Amy Deane | [email protected]
This finely curated modern 12.5-acre property with 342 feet of deep sparkling riverfront water on the Guadalupe River in Comfort, Texas is unlike anything you’ve ever seen in the Texas Hill Country. Cozy up in the front courtyard around the fireplace after the sun goes down and enjoy the gentle hill country breezes.
Listed by Greg Walling | [email protected]
The interior of this home is a celebration of the Texas Hill Country, making use of locally harvested cedar and nearby-quarried desert masonry contrasted with concrete, steel and glass. Cork floors plus rich oak and maple cabinetry add warmth and richness. An extraordinary entertaining space, the living room arches around a limestone fireplace and looks out over the rolling hills; it has hosted galas and concerts when not serving as a private retreat.
Listed by Laura Greissing | [email protected]
Perched atop a hillside overlooking the gorgeous greenbelt, this stunning 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom contemporary home is the perfect move-in ready home. Built in 2022, this home features all the latest amenities and thoughtful design elements including venetian plaster in the master bed and main fireplace.
Listed by Justin Jette | [email protected]
5.4 acre unrestricted waterfront opportunity in Lakeway 78734 zip code! Gated end-of-the-road position and fenced private park-like feel to this serene oasis. Enjoy the cozy living room fireplace, complete with Lake Travis sunsets in the background.
Listed by Wende Parks | [email protected]
Surrounded by 32 acres of indigenous oaks, native pines, lush meadows and Texas blue skies, this pastoral property will encourage you to relax and recharge. Imagine generations gathering for dinner on the deep back porch, sharing the joy of togetherness while reveling in the serenity of the countryside. The circa-1840, log-and-stone guest cottage is an intimate hideaway with an oversized fireplace.