Luxurious 21st century comfort in a custom 18th century Spanish/Mission style hacienda on over 8 Acres with 360 degrees of glorious views overlooking the lush countryside of Parker and Tarrant counties.
This home is truly beyond compare. Constructed with superior materials, engineering, and craftsmanship. Beautiful custom finishes throughout; the entire home has hand painted finishes by a European old world luxury painter.
With over 9000 total square feet, this property features a four car garage, handcrafted 10 foot water fountain, large covered observation deck on the rooftop, large courtyard with fountain, outdoor kitchen and dining area, and countless architectural and artistic finishes that are sure to delight.
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Energy Efficiency and Durability
Constructed to be Energy Efficient, Fire Proof, Water Proof, Hail Proof, and Tornado Resistant
After clearing the property, foundation core samples were taken and analyzed with results provided to a construction engineering firm which consulted the architectural firm in calculating the requirement for piers and quantities of steel and concrete. The architectural firm designed the building plan in accordance with engineering recommendations. During the 1.5 years of construction, the assigned architectural project manager came on site on almost a daily basis to ensure the home was built according to plan.
Well Water, Aerobic Sewer System, Hot Water Solar Panels
Over 56770 pounds of steel for house construction. Over 550 yards of concrete for foundation and pillars. 125 yards of concrete on roof,. 240 yards of concrete for driveway.
Electric cast iron gate with intercom system.
Exterior walls built with lightweight Hebel Blocks (also referred to as Contec) and finished with cement-sand stucco. Hebel is Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC), an innovative building material that has been used in Europe for over 70 years. Hebel blocks are known for being energy efficient, lightweight, fire resistant, precisely measured, and easy to work with, yet as strong as bricks.
12 Exterior Cantera columns. 3 Concrete columns. 12 Cantera arches.
Exterior concrete trim along roof line and around windows and doors.
Roof is honeycomb concrete design with heat reflective coating (Thermotec) with 60% energy efficency rating.
27 windows and patio doors; European designed windows with roll shutters, from WERU-Germany.
Observation Tower - 19 x 23 with concrete roof.
10 ft. Cantera courtyard fountain.
CONSTRUCTION DETAILS (continued)
Interior walls built with concrete cinder blocks.
Interior walls finished with Plaster of Paris/yeso and hand troweled with a smooth finish.
Interior ceiling and crown deco trim and main dome is Plaster of Paris, hand molded in place.
All electrical wiring is conduit.
Floors are stained concrete floors throughout with antique and custom design. (with exception of closets)
Interior doors, solid natural pine 8 ft wood. and is handmade locally.
Cabinets throughout home are solid natural oak.
10 ft water fall in master shower.
5 interior cantera columns. 3 half concrete columns, 8 concrete columns finished with stucco/yeso.
Interior trim and ornamentation with Plaster of Paris/yeso.
Fireplaces: 1 brick fireplace. 1 Plaster of Paris/yeso fireplace, 1 Cantera fireplace. 2 fireplaces and kitchen cook top plumbed for gas use.
10 ft water fountain in hallway. Statue is a copy of Toltec God from the pyramids of Tula, Mexico.
Hand-carved Aztec calendar out of Cantera rock, anchored and embedded in wall
Pass-thru frame from kitchen to dining room is done using Tenistete which is a porous, decorative limestone from the stone quarries of Parras de Fuente.
Interior doors are solid wood and locally made.
Windows and patio french doors are European style, most with exterior roll-down shutters, imported from Germany.