The Big House
The early 1900’s constructed home exudes a rich history accompanied by antique detail.
This home was once refuge to the famous and distinguished artist, Georgia O’Keefe who stayed in this house in 1918 while recovering from the Spanish Flu. History has shown that her encounter with Texas and the surrounding areas was a big influence in shaping her into the artist she has become and is known for.
Large dining and kitchen facility modeled after the long-ago celebrated tradition of the early German settlers who embraced the great outdoors and sought recreation with family and friends on the weekends.
Stay on top of your game with these unique features and highlights:
- State-of-the-art deer handling process facility with walk-in freezer
- 6 Private bedrooms with 2 and two half bathrooms in main house that can sleep up to 20
- Fireplaces in the main house
- 1 large Gathering and dining area
- Commercial Kitchen
- Dining Room – seats 20 hunters
- Spacious gun locker room
- 3 large ponds for complimentary fishing opportunities
- 1.5 miles of Guadalupe river access for fishing, kayaking and general recreation