In a serene setting on the northern edge of Fort Davis just minutes from downtown, this adobe constructed home is a rare find on 12.83± acres providing the ultimate in privacy and views showcasing the mountain landscape. Located approximately one mile east of State Street the property borders the intersection of Compromise Street and Military Drive.
12.83± acres in Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, TX
Situated on a slight rise the front porch of this 2,703± square foot adobe home overlooks the parade grounds of Fort Davis National Historic Site and Sleeping Lion Mountain. The 12.83± acre property enjoys unobstructed 360-degree views of the Davis Mountains and the surrounding grasslands of neighboring ranches. Floor to ceiling windows in every room of the home create the impression of being one with the landscape. Expansive covered porches are located on the east and west side of the home where you can sit back and enjoy the peaceful solitude knowing the conveniences of town are nearby.
The home features an open floor plan with pine wood floors in the living area and bedrooms and brick pavers in the kitchen, dining room, hallway, and baths. Vaulted pine wood ceilings with rough-sawn cedar beams are found in every room and picture rail is installed throughout the home for the ease of displaying your art. The spacious and open living area may easily be configured with multiple conversation and entertaining areas which benefit from the warmth of the large wood burning fireplace with original wood mantle and brick hearth. The comfortably size dining room looks out to the living area and fireplace. Whether you choose to update the existing kitchen or renovate to a modern plan featuring a gourmet kitchen, the spacious size affords many possibilities.
Two large bedrooms, each with its own en suite private bath and walk-in closet, are located on the home’s west side. Both bedrooms, with floor to ceiling windows, bring in picturesque views of the surrounding Davis Mountain’s landscape, while providing an abundance of natural light. Spacious covered porches run the length of the east side and the west side of the home, perfect for watching the sun rise and set. The home has its own well and septic system adding to the ease of converting the property to an off-grid sanctuary.
A 2,400± multi-purpose workshop rustically built-out into a library, studio and an exercise room is located on the southern end of the property, just a short walk from the home. The building is equipped with plumbing, laundry facilities and a bath and shower, creating an opportunity to transform into a guest home or potential income property.