Lost Gold Cave

Resting gently atop a hill, this large hill country contemporary home has a view of downtown Austin like no other. It sports an extensive photovoltaic system, an organic garden, pool, courtyards, and covered outdoor living spaces. The detached guest house and home office suite provide a secluded retreat and private getaway.

Published:
Country Lifestyles: Fall 2012
(Feature Article)

Stone World Magazine: September 2012
(Feature Article)
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“Cool modern architecture” — mtpaige
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“not steel frame” — Enchante Moore
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“foyerlighting facade treatment” — sarva design
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“窗” — handsomewss
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“Nice rectilinear balance in a pool area” — dogtchr
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“Steel framing, stone” — flamett
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“thel slop on the garage and the doors” — roxylady1
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