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Welcome to the Long Road Ranch, where natural beauty and refined living meet providing ample opportunity as a full-time residence, recreational or equestrian property, or event venue. As you enter the property stone pillars and wrought iron gates welcome you in along a mile long winding driveway that transitions from hayfields along the HWY 29 frontage to the pecan-studded river bottom along the serene San Gabriel River. As you cross the bridge over the river and approach the hilltop improvements, the one word that perfectly captures the essence of the Long Road Ranch is "Grand”. With an impressive elevation change of over 100’, the hilltop vistas of the San Gabriel River valley from the infinity pool at the Owner's retreat is nothing short of spectacular. This ranch is a true equestrian paradise, embodying all the qualities of the quintessential equestrian/recreational ranch. Near the Owner's quarters, you'll find a brand-new steel barn thoughtfully designed to accommodate horse stalls, provide ample storage space for equipment storage, or to host events. There is a full trap and skeet range located at the bottom of the ranch which includes skeet towers, multiple covered spaces, as well as a built-in wood grill creating a fantastic location for social and competition events. The single-story roughly 2,930 square foot home was built in 2008 and offers a blend of elegance and comfort. The centerpiece of the home is its open-concept kitchen with sizeable island, which not only serves as a versatile space for cooking, dining, and entertaining but also provides picturesque views of the expansive outdoor entertaining areas and countryside. High ceilings throughout the home contribute to a sense of spaciousness and airiness. The outdoor entertaining area that boasts a built-in grill for seamless outdoor cooking and dining experiences. A spacious patio beckons residents and guests to enjoy the beautiful outdoor surroundings.
Directions: From Georgetown, take Highway 29 East approximately 12 miles to entrance gate on right.
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