A look back from the road of this charming renovated 1918 farm house really makes your heart sing.
Just imagine rocking on your front porch in Fayetteville! Five acres is yours with this fully renovated 1918 Farm House!
Set back from Farm-to Market Road 2503. Recently added front porch to gather with friends and family.
5 acres includes pasture (left), homesite (right), vintage farm house, shed, well pump house & barn.
Looking back at home from the property's pasture. Can be used for a variety of agricultural purposes.
Welcoming foyer with new wood floors and stunning vintage light fixture.
Looking back at the front door. Stairway is to the left to a loft area with two bedrooms and one bath.
Living space with bead board walls beamed ceiling and space to spread out. All new windows in the home for efficiency.
Another view of the living room show the expanse of the space. Make this your comfortable nest!
From this vantage point you can see the proximity to the kitchen and breakfast room.
Bright, white kitchen has new quartz countertops and enough space for a large dining table. An eat-in kitchen is the way the settlers did it in the late 1800s.
The laundry room is to the back right of this shot. Notice the eclectic light fixture and great natural light.
Just imagine cooking and dining here with friends.
Spacious downstairs master bedroom has exposed ship lap walls, elegant chandelier and four (new) windows for natural light.
Painted wood ceiling and original wood floors makes this a retreat you won't want to leave.
Downstairs bath has vintage look tile flooring, bead board walls and beautiful marble topped vanity. Shower to the right and great space.
This is a large bathroom that could be converted to a master bath/powder room combination.
Historically significant stairway typical of a 1918 farm house leads to the upper level.
Loft area could be used as additional sleeping space or game room. Notice the split HVAC units. They are in both bedrooms and this loft area.
Looking back toward the stairway, there is room for a study area beyond the stair opening.
One of two upstairs bedrooms with dual closets and ceiling fan.
Looking into the first of two bedrooms Terrific space for guests or children.
Renovated upstairs bath has marble countertops, on-trend tile flooring and subway tiled combination bath/shower.
Second of two bedrooms upstairs with the en suite bath. Plenty of room for any use you like.
Back porch overlooks the land. This porch was completed rebuilt during the renovation. Automatic key-punch lock on back door for convenience.
Green lush land is yours to do what you wish, there is an old barn in the background of this photo for storage or projects.
Shed next to water well pump house for storage or parking.
Here you can see the expanse of the property. But, don't forget there is a pasture to the side that is also included with the land.
A look back at the house gives you the sense of the size of the five acres.
An even further back view of the home from the rear of the land. Plenty of room to play, plant, build or simply just enjoy the green landscape.
Shaded by trees, this charming home is set back from the road for privacy.
This photo is shot from the dry creek area toward the side of the home.
Make this your view on FM 2503 in Fayetteville.
Fayetteville Texas is halfway between Austin & Houston. It was incorporated by 1882. Today, it is a cultural area for creatives, a thriving small business community and a haven those that desire a leisurely lifestyle.
Fayetteville is located in Fayette County that was established in 1837 from land given by Bastrop and Colorado Counties.
Fayetteville Town Hall - It was also known as Lick Skillet (Lickskillet), supposedly for the fact that latecomers to the numerous community festivals who complained that all the food was gone were told to lick the skillet. The Lickskillet Festival is held here each October.
The Grand Fayette Hotel overlooks the town square in historic Fayetteville, a charming Central Texas small town with population 250. Open year round, the Grand Fayette is a premier historic country inn located in a building originally built in 1900 and restored in 2003 within the guidelines of the Texas Historical Commission.
The Red & White Gallery & Inn was originally built in 1935 and housed the Red & White grocery store, a post office, a dentist & antiques store. It is considered the oldest commercial building still standing in Fayette County.
"Outstanding in the Field's" dinner at "Yonder Way Farm." If you haven't googled either one, you should.
The community was originally known as "Townsend", after early settler Nathaniel Townsend. Later the town was renamed "Round Top", since the postmaster lived in a house with a round tower. Today it is a mecca for antique shoppers during the biannual Antique Festival. Second home owners flock to the town and surrounding areas generally from the Houston area.
In April & October, Highway 237 becomes an antique shopping mecca with tents set up from Highway 290 to Highway 71.
Since 1971, with the help of its patrons and friends, The James Dick Foundation for the Performing Arts has developed superb year round education and performance programs. It has also created a unique 210-acre campus "Festival Hill" containing major performance facilities, historic houses, extensive gardens, parks and nature preserves.
During the antique festival, many famous chefs host pop-up dinners with culinary delights and Texas musicians.
La Grange is nestled along the Colorado River and features history, beauty, festivals, museums, concerts, antiques, air shows, feasts and an annual county country fair. Spend a day, a week, or a lifetime in Fayette County and enjoy La Grange, Texas.
La Grange Town Square - support small business!
Photo by Larry D. Moore - Historic Fayette County Courthouse
Fayette County is on Interstate Highway 10 sixty miles southeast of Austin. The influx of Germans, Czechs after the Civil War also gradually altered the cultural face of the county. Although some of the new settlers moved in from other counties, many of the settlers were new immigrants who brought their own distinct culture with them.
Escape to Fayetteville every weekend!