Built on the former site of an old farmhouse, this custom home was designed to reflect the German influence on the Texas Hill Country vernacular prominent in the Boerne area.
This is apparent in the simple gable roof forms, front porch, and use of stone, stucco, batten-board siding, and even some half-timbering. The variety of materials gives the appearance of a home that was built long ago, and added onto through the years.
Inside, the plan is very open, with a magnificent great room area featuring large windows that give views to both front and back. The use of stone and wood, details, and decor carry the Hill Country style throughout the inside.