Land for Sale in Texas | Featured Homesite 107

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The Ranches of Brushy Top features premium land for sale in Texas. This blog highlights homesite 107 offering 10.2 acres overlooking Brushy Top’s West Lake.

The Ranches of Brushy Top features premium land for sale in Texas. This blog highlights homesite 107 offering 10.2 acres overlooking Brushy Top’s West Lake.

If you are in search of land for sale in Texas, and more specifically in the Texas Hill Country, there are a number of impressive homesites you may want to consider. These breathtaking areas highlight some of the benefits of living in the Texas Hill Country. Whether you are a young, growing family searching for the site of your first home, or looking to build your dream retirement home, you can prepare by buying now and building later. With such great options of land for sale in Texas Hill Country you are sure to find a site that fits with your vision for the future home.

The Perfect Homesite

But what makes the perfect homesite? That is entirely up to you. Are you looking for a piece of land that offers inspiring views of the surrounding hills? Are you searching for land for sale in Texas that offers something a little more open, perhaps with more cleared space? Do you picture your dream home surrounded by trees and wildlife? Whatever your vision for the ideal homesite, the Ranches of Brushy Top are sure to provide you with plenty of options from which to choose.

Homesite 107: Year-Round Lake View

This breathtaking property boasts a lake view year-round, plenty of shade, and over 10 acres of property overlooking Brushy Top’s West Lake. Here are some of the benefits that come with building your dream home on this property:

  • Your home would stand over 1700 feet above sea level, giving you a one-of-a-kind view of the lay of the land.
  • With 10.2 acres of land and property that sits near the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, you have the privacy you want and deserve.
  • Surrounding trees provide a welcomed shade and usher in summer breezes and beautiful wildlife.

With intriguing and lovely locations for property such as this one, it should come as no surprise that this is the last available homesite of its size with this view.

For more information about Homesite 107 or pricing, contact Deb Kasbeer at 830-833-5555.

For more information on land for sale in Texas Hill Country, or if you are interested in looking for land for sale in Texas, visit the Brushy Top website. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

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Texas Hill Country | Texas Wine Month

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People celebrate the beautiful vineyards and world-renowned wineries of the Texas Hill Country during Texas Wine Month festivities each October. From trail tours to festivals, there is something for everyone who loves Hill Country wines. Here are some of the most interesting events taking place in the beautiful Texas Hill Country during October.

Texas-Hill-Country-wineTexas Wine Month Trail. The Texas Hill Country is widely known for its beautiful vineyards, delicious wines and amazing views. Texas Wine Month gives Hill Country wineries the opportunity to reach out to wine lovers and offer wine samples throughout the month. From Oct. 1-31, wine aficionados will have the can partake and sample wines at each of the 36 area wineries. Patrons can also enjoy a 15% discount on 3-bottle purchases at each winery. A $25 ticket gets you monthlong access to the wineries, the above-mentioned discount, and up to three complimentary wine tastings.

Flat Creek Estate Barrel Tasting. Flat Creek Estate in Marble Falls is one of the most well respected Texas Hill Country wineries, so it’s no surprise that the famed winemaker celebrates Texas Wine Month in style. Visit Flat Creek Estate every Saturday in October for a Barrel Tasting at noon or 2 p.m. to sample some of the most delectable wines in Hill Country. The cost is $70 for Estate members or $75 for guests. Regular admission treats you to a private group barrel tasting (no more than 12 guests) with owner Rick Naber or winemaker Tim Drake, followed by a decadent three-course Tuscan dinner with wine pairings.

Chisholm Trail Winery’s Annual Fall Fun event. Chisholm Trail Winery, located nine miles west of Fredericksburg, is holding its annual Fall Fun event from 1-4 p.m. Oct. 19. Join fellow wine lovers as they visit the winery’s tasting room to sample refreshingly fine wines and listen to the Texas blues sounds of Ben Beckendorf. In addition, visit the tasting room every day from noon-6 p.m. for a daily sampling of some of the finest wines from the winery’s collection.

Texas Bluebonnet October Wine and Sausage Trail. Enjoy the most delicious Hill Country wines and sample some unique sausage dishes by participating in the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail’s October Wine and Sausage Trail. The second weekend of this event takes place October 12th-13th with nine participating wineries offer the opportunity to sample delicious wines in cool, relaxed atmospheres. For $30 per ticket or $50 for a pair of tickets, you can have two select wine tastings pared with a unique sausage dish and a commemorative wine glass.

Visit the Ranches of Brushy Top for more information on Texas Wine Month activities. For more information on the Texas Hill Country, or if you are interested in looking for land for sale in Texas, visit the Brushy Top website. You can also find us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.


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Land for Sale in Texas: Tips for Hiring Texas Hill Country Homebuilders

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Those in search of Texas Hill Country builders that will meet or exceed expectations when it comes to building the ideal home for their families know that it can be a huge task to find the right one. The process requires thorough research. So, what are some of the things a landowner who is ready to build should consider when looking for the ideal Texas Hill Country homebuilder? Texas-Hill-Country

  • Credentials. How long has this builder been in business, and how long have they been building in the Texas Hill Country? Do they specialize in this region? Individual credentials and company history are important factors when it comes to finding a suitable builder. A family business, for instance, may be more inclined to understand the distinct needs of a large family. Likewise, how long they’ve been building in the area indicates how familiar they are with the terrain.
  • Home style. Whether a person is searching for a ranch-style home, a mansion, or an environmentally responsible build, a Texas Hill Country builder should be able to cater to each client’s personal tastes and lifestyle. One look at the builder’s website and photo gallery should give a solid indication of what sort of homes they build.
  • Reputation. Word of mouth is quite a powerful ally (or enemy), which is why it’s essential that a Hill Country homebuilder have a good reputation to support their work. Testimonials, online reviews and other stories should give families an indication of the builder’s reputation. Don’t be afraid to ask a potential builder for referrals.
  • Awards and affiliations. A reputable builder with a strong work ethic and innovative design may have awards in recognition of their work. Others may be affiliated with local reputable organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce or the Hill Country Builders Association.

To learn more about homebuilders in the Texas Hill Country and land for sale, visit the Brushy Top website today. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

*The Ranches of Brushy Top does not endorse any of the associated home builders. When hiring a home builder please rely on homebuyer’s referrals from the builder you are interviewing.
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Vineyards of the Texas Hill Country

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As one of the largest wine-producing states in the country, Texas is proud of its vineyards and their history, and the Texas Hill Country is home to many of the best wineries in the Lone Star state. As October approaches and Texas Hill Country vineyards plan events for Texas Wine Month, many places offer excellent opportunities to celebrate the legacy that the state carries with regard to its wine production. Check out these events scheduled during the month of October as part of Texas Wine Month.

Texas-Hill-CountryTexas Wine Month Kickoff Tasting
Where: Fiesta Winery
When: Oct. 1
Texas Hill Country Wineries helps you kick off Texas Wine Month with samples of six Texas vineyards: Fiesta Winery, Alamosa Wine Cellars, Pillar Bluff Vineyards, Texas Legato, and Wedding Oak Winery. $25 tickets include 10 tastes from the aforementioned wineries, light appetizers, a logo glass and a 15% discount on three-bottle purchases at participating wineries that weekend.

Fredericksburg Food and Wine Fest
Where: Becker Vineyards
When: Oct. 26, noon-7 p.m.
Sample wines from some of the finest vineyards in the area. General admission is $20 per person; $5 for ages 13-20; and free for children under 12. The admission price includes six tasting tickets, good for either 3-2 oz. samples or one glass of wine; live music; and an auction.

2013 Texas Wine Month Trail
Where: Various locations throughout the month
When: October
The Hill Country celebrates Texas Wine Month with the Trail, an ongoing event for the month of October where guests will enjoy samples from 36 wineries in the Hill Country area. Tickets are $25, which includes 1-3 tastes per winery, and a 15% discount on three-bottle bottle purchases at each winery.

Wine Tasting Techniques Class
Where: William Chris Vineyards
When: Oct. 26
A winemaker, cellar master, or vineyard manager at the William Chris Vineyards will teach students about the fine art of wine tasting and the techniques that can make someone a wine connoisseur. The class cost is $50 per person, and includes a complimentary plate of cheeses to demonstrate proper pairing of wines. The William Chris Vineyards is located on Highway 290 in Hye, Texas, about 50 minutes west of Austin and San Antonio.

Texas-Hill-CountryVIP “Wine Library” Cellar & Barrel Tasting
Where: Becker Vineyard
When: Every Saturday, 1 p.m.
Get a behind-the-scenes tour of the wine production at Becker Vineyard and exclusive barrel tasting. This vineyard is located about 2 miles outside the town of Stonewall. Tour guests can also enjoy a wine-and-cheese pairing. Seating is limited to 20.

Texas Hill Country residents get to enjoy more than just its majestic landscape and beautiful wildlife. They can also enjoy its beautiful vineyards. Learn more about Texas Hill Country life by visiting the Ranches of Brushy Top website. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

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Day Trips from San Antonio Hill Country

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The San Antonio Hill Country is more than just a location on a map; it’s a place where families can feel free to learn, explore and experience the sights and sounds of the Texas Hill Country. With so many attractions within driving distance of San Antonio, family day trips can make for exciting and fun excursions, no matter what you feel like doing today.

Whether you like history or science, nature or the unknown, the San Antonio Hill Country provides access to it all. Here are just some of the places you can visit when you get a hankering for a short excursion.

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch San-Antonio-Hill-Country
$9-$17.50, Children under 3 – Free
26515 Natural Bridge Caverns Road
wildliferanchtexas.com

Their tag line is “An African safari, Texas style” and it delivers. Walk among African wildlife, drive through areas where giraffe, rhinoceros, zebras, and emu roam. Have a close encounter with some pretty cool species as you make your way through the ranch, and get chatty with a llama once you’re in the mood for the petting barnyard. This is definitely a great time for the whole family.

Natural Bridge Caverns
$11.99-$140, depending on the tour
26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road
naturalbridgecaverns.com

Depending on your sense of adventure, you can take a guided walking tour 180 feet below ground and through a half-mile stretch of the largest show cavern in Texas, or you could be climbing, rappelling, hiking and exploring the caverns below as well as zip lining high above the San Antonio Hill Country. Whatever your choice, you are guaranteed an amazing time.

The AlamoSan-Antonio-Hill-Country
Free Admission
300 Alamo Plaza
thealamo.org

The legendary Battle of the Alamo rages on by way of historical facts and treasures from that time period. More than 2.5 million people visit the world-famous Alamo complex each year, and it’s no secret why:
As a staple of Texas history, The Alamo is
a historical marvel worth seeing.

Ripley’s San Antonio
$12.99-$28.99
301 Alamo Plaza
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After a visit to the Alamo, head across the street and check out the marvels and oddities housed in the Ripley’s museum in San Antonio. Experience 4D films in the moving theater, take pictures of wax renditions of the rich and famous at Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks, and explore three stories of what are sure to be some of the most fascinating and strange artifacts in the world.

Whether you’re a nature lover or an adventure seeker, the San Antonio Hill Country offers the best of all worlds for families that want tranquility and adventure. Learn more about the San Antonio Hill Country life by visiting the Ranches of Brushy Top website. You can also find us online at our Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages.

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Little Known Facts: Getting to Know the Hill Country

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One of the most exciting reasons to live in Texas is the breathtaking beauty of the Hill Country that takes up such a huge part of the state. Did you know, however, that there are many cool and interesting facts about the Texas Hill Country that many people do not know? Here are some of the most interesting facts about the most beautiful area in Texas:Hill-Country

  1. The Texas Hill Country is considered the second most desired retirement destination, behind Florida.
  2. It is also the second largest wine producing state in the U.S., producing several award-winning wines each year.
  3. Marked by lovely scenic routes and winding roads, the Hill Country is listed in “The Most Scenic Drives in America” by Reader’s Digest.
  4. Although the area’s recorded history dates to when Germans settled the area in 1845, the Hill Country‘s history goes back further than that, to when the Spanish attempted to make the area their own. As a result of so much history, the area is an ongoing historic archeological site, regularly hosting “field schools.”
  5. Because of its Spanish and Central European influences, the Texas Hill Country has a distinct cultural flavor that permeates many facets of life, from food to music.
  6. The infusion of the accordion in Tejano music stems from the influence of German settlers in the area.
  7. The Hill Country has a lot of terrain to explore, but it is the access to numerous water activities, from fishing to waterskiing, that keeps visitors coming back for more.
  8. The Texas Hill Country boasts over 10 state parks with locations along the lakes or rivers in the area.
  9. Visitors are often surprised to learn that springtime in the Hill Country boasts fields of gorgeous wildflowers, including Bluebonnets and Texas Paintbrush.
  10. The Hill Country’s terrain includes natural formations—such as Enchanted Rock, one of the largest rock formations in the U.S.—and numerous caverns.

Whether you’re a nature lover or you just enjoy the peace and quiet of the lush Texas countryside, there’s little doubt that those looking for an experience unlike any other should venture into the Texas Hill Country. Learn more about the Hill Country life by visiting the Brushy Top Website. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

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Land for Sale in Texas: Homesite of the Month

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The Ranches of Brushy Top community offers beautiful land for sale in the Texas Hill Country for what could be the home of your dreams. Each month, Brushy Top will give you a glimpse of some of the properties available in our lovely corner of the Hill Country. Today, we are featuring Homesite 55.

Engage Your Senses in 23+ AcresLand-for-Sale-in-Texas

Surrounded by majestic views of the Hill Country landscape, Homesite 55 is a comfortable and ample 23.5-acre property, showcasing a natural seasonal pond and streams that attract many of the songbirds and wildlife that make the Hill Country such an interesting place to live. Prepare to witness a kaleidoscope of sights and sounds year-round if you choose this as your homestead.

The Texas Hill Country is known for the vastness of its landscapes, but it’s also known for its native flora, as Homesite 55 so decadently exemplifies. For instance, this property is home to the sturdy damianita wildflower that scents the air year-round, a surely welcomed addition to any Hill Country home property.

But what would it be like to buy this land for sale in Texas and build your dream home there? The land rises to a wooded hillside on both the north and the west, giving you much needed flexibility on where your new home could be built; from the base of the hill, the land opens to a continuous, expansive view east and south, indeed a wondrous sight to behold.

The property’s aesthetic isn’t the only benefit to purchasing this land for sale in Texas; weather plays a huge part in how comfortable you will ultimately be there. Purchasing this land means that you avoid winter winds and late afternoon sun, and you will be able to fully enjoy the refreshing southeastern summer breeze as well.

Homesite 55 has a bit of everything you look for in the Texas Hill Country. You won’t want to miss this must-see spot on your next visit.

For more information about Homesite 55, please contact Deb Kasbeer at 830-833-5555.

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If you’re looking at land for sale in Texas and you have not explored the wonderful lots available at The Ranches of Brushy Top, you are missing out on the potential location of your dreams. Learn more by visiting the Ranches of Brushy Top website or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Hill Country Chow-Down: Best Places to Eat in the Texas Hill Country

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No matter where you decide to move to in the Texas Hill Country, one thing is for certain: You’ll never run out of places to eat. In Texas, there are plenty of eating choices wherever you go, but some people may find themselves surprised to realize just how many choices there are in the Hill Country. From country cooking to traditional Mexican, from delicious barbecue to German fare, get to know some of the great restaurants in Texas Hill Country.

Hill-CountryPlaces to Eat: A Wide Variety

If you’re moving to the Texas Hill Country and expect to find only barbecue and Tex-Mex food, you’re in for a huge surprise. The Texas Hill Country has many different restaurants to suit every taste and budget. Check out some of the most exciting choices below.

For great American food on a budget, visit the Creek Road Café, located in Dripping Springs. There is plenty of delicious food to be had there, particularly the soups and the sandwiches if you’d like to stick to tried-and-true favorites on the table. Another great place to go that is not expensive (but should be) is The Oasis. With a mix of American and Mexican fare in their menu, The Oasis is a wonderful multi-level deck venue with a great view of Lake Travis.

What’s the point of moving to Texas if you don’t experience great barbecue, right? The Salt Lick in nearby Driftwood, south of Austin, is the place to go. From beautiful brisket to delicious baby back ribs, this is the spot where locals go to watch sports, eat great barbecue and have a ball. Of course, if Tex-Mex is what you’re in the mood for, look no further than Mamacita’s, a restaurant and cantina with yummy food at a reasonable price with locations in Fredericksburg and San Antonio.

Date nights are always about the romance, and what’s more romantic than wine? For romance that begins with a good glass of wine, Becker Vineyards in Stonewall is a lovely place to start. Stop by before dinner for a wonderful wine tasting and pick up a bottle for a post-dinner nightcap. Follow that up with an amazing Italian dinner at Rocco’s Grill in Austin, or visit the 1011 Bistro in nearby Kerrville, where you can find American, French and Italian fare with a touch of Texas.

For an upscale new-American treat, visit Biga on the Banks, one of San Antonio’s top restaurants according to San Antonio Magazine’s Best in Town issue. Longtime chefs with impeccable reputations for being some of the very best in the area have created a menu that truly shines. This is the ideal place to take someone very special, or perhaps to add a hint of sophistication to an otherwise drab business lunch or dinner.

There is no way you can live in Texas and not experience the delicious barbecue fare. For Texas-Hill-Countryone of the truly hidden barbecue gems near Texas Hill Country, visit Johnson City’s own Ronnie’s Ice House Barbecue. It’s a small place, but their meats pack a punch of delicious barbecue goodness that just can’t be beat. For a yummy, fresh-baked dessert, head south about 15 minutes to Blanco, where you can visit Redbud’s Café, Market & Pub. Although, you should be warned that once you get there, their selection of burgers and delicious sandwiches might make you hungry for more.

Eat Out, then Come Home to the Ranches

Have some amazing lunch or wonderful dinner at one of these great places, but then, consider coming home to the Ranches of Brushy Top, located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Commune with nature and experience the peace and quiet of the country in a wonderful Texas setting. Find out more about your future home by visiting the Brushy Top website. You can also learn more by ‘liking’ us on Facebook, and don’t forget to find us Twitter and YouTube.

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Texas Hill Country: Retirement Life in the Texas Hill Country

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Whether you’re approaching your retirement years or you’re simply planning for it, the Texas Hill Country offers unparalleled options to prepare for that time of your life. Not only is it a great place to move for financial reasons, it’s also a beautiful, peaceful place to live, and an amazing place to invest in your future.

Benefits of Texas Hill Country for Retirement

The state of Texas is a great place to consider retiring to for many reasons, and Texas Hill Country in particular will tug at your heartstrings once you experience its breathtaking beauty. Here are some great benefits to remember when considering Texas Hill Country as your retirement destination.

  •  Land of Plenty. The Texas Hill Texas-Hill-CountryCountry boasts plenty of land available at competitive prices, definitely an investment to consider if you are beginning to think about retirement. If you know you’d like to be in a place with moderate winters, lots of things to do, and plenty of room for a large garden or backyard oasis, then you should consider purchasing land in a place like the Ranches of Brushy Top. Buy the land now, then building your home later, when you’re ready to retire.
  • The Great Outdoors. The Texas Hill Country isn’t just for the weather lovers. When you live in Texas Hill Country, you see a lot of trees, sunshine, lakes, rivers and wildlife. Buying land in the area definitely puts you close to where all of the opportunities for recreation and relaxation are available. If you love to fish, hike, cycle, or boat and paddle, the Texas Hill Country is the place for you.
  • Low Cost of Living. Not only is the cost of living in Texas lower than in most states, retirees also will find that there are many opportunities for reduced price on land—particularly if it will be used for farming and homesteading. In addition, Texas boasts one of the top economies in the country, and it has a strong job market for those who are thinking of making the transition early.

Ranches of Brushy Top: Top Retirement Area

The Ranches of Brushy Top, a premier master-planned community, is located in the Texas Hill Country, a beautiful place with plenty of room to build the life you want to enjoy in your retirement years. With access to big cities like Austin and San Antonio, you have the best of both worlds: The engaging call of city life with all of the perks of living out in the country, where not a lot of people are and where you can experience wildlife, nature reserves, creeks, river and lake fishing, and the best sunsets, sunrises and night sky you will ever see.

Discover the Ranches of Brushy Top in beautiful Texas Hill Country today by visiting the Brushy Top website and find out more about the benefits of retiring to the Texas Hill Country. You can get more information on the Ranches of Brushy Top by finding us online on our Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages.

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Best Summer Spots in Texas Hill Country

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Despite the sizzling heat, there is truly nothing quite like the excitement of fishing, hiking, biking, and swimming during the hot summer in the Hill Country. The Texas Hill Country offers something for everyone. It remains one of the most magnificent areas of Texas because, for the adventurer and nature lover in all of us, no matter where you go, the Texas Hill Country feels like home.

Summer Vacation, Nature’s BountyTexas-Hill-Country

Whether you’re visiting for the first time, considering moving to the area, or have lived in the Texas Hill Country your whole life, you know the summers in the Hill Country are nothing short of unbelievable, particularly if you’re a nature lover. Here are some amazing spots to hang out in during the summer.

  1. Lake Travis and the Highland Lakes. The TX Hill Country is home to seven beautiful lakes, known as the Highland Lakes. Originally a source of water and electricity to the areas around the lakes, they unexpectedly became popular as great spots for fishing and boating and other recreational activities where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery both day and night.
  2. Hamilton Pool. One of the most spectacular sights in the TX Hill Country, Hamilton Pool is a grotto that features a 45-foot waterfall that drops into a huge swimming hole. The adventure really starts as soon as you get out of your car, since there is a beautiful walk to the grotto itself. The trip is well worth the $8-per-car admission fee and a must-do if you are in the Texas Hill Country.
  3. Flying L Guest Ranch. Another breathtaking, must-see Texas Hill Country location is the Flying L Guest Ranch. This ranch has it all: horseback riding, a water park, an 18-hole championship golf course, delicious Texas cooking and comfortable lodging all in one place. Located in Bandera, south of Kerrville and just a few miles northwest of San Antonio, it is the perfect place to get away with your family.
  4. The Llano River and the rest of the Edwards Aquifer. Known for their abundance of Guadalupe, large-mouthed and spotted bass, the rivers that are fed by the famous Edwards Aquifer are definitely sights to see. Take your bait and tackle as you enjoy a great day of fishing with your kids or friends.
  5. Natural Bridge Caverns. For an unforgettable cavern experience, go to San Antonio and visit the Natural Bridge Caverns. Just below the surface and, as their website suggests, “Deep down in the heart of Texas,” you can experience hidden passages, natural cave formations and the coolest history lesson your kids will ever get at the Caverns.
  6. Wildseed Farms. Without a doubt one of the most special parts of seeing the Texas Hill Country is experiencing brand new colors and visuals, and nature lovers can do just that in Fredericksburg, Texas. Wildseed Farms, the largest continuously working wildseed producer and wildflower farms in the U.S., is open for visitors almost every day of the year. Visitors can take a guided tour of the facilities and afterward pick and purchase a bouquet of flowers—a very inspiring experience indeed!

Other Places to Go in Summer

Although the Texas Hill Country offers many outdoor activities to share with your family, there are other places to go in the summer. Every year, scores of visitors visit the surrounding areas of the Hill Country, enjoying everything from bars and wineries to music festivals and events, and even a number of historical places like Fort Martin Scott, the Benini Sculpture Gardens and the famous Luckenbach, Texas, made famous by the Waylon Jennings tune of the same name. Whatever your taste, budget or other preference, you are sure to find whatever you’re looking for in the Texas Hill Country.

If you want to find the perfect home right in the middle of the Texas Hill Country, the Ranches of Brushy Top is your answer. With its location one hour from Austin and San Antonio, it’s the perfect location to enjoy the best summer spots in the Hill Country and enjoy the privacy you want. For more information on purchasing land or building your new Hill Country home, visit the Brushy Top website or find us on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.

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