his exclusive, low-density community is like no other - where your ranch house is also your lake house. Its Hill Country atmosphere fosters an exceptional setting where lifelong memories are created with family and friends, and quality time is spent taking in the rustic beauty of the vast ranchland and crystal clear lake.

To protect the property values at The Ranch, various development guidelines and an architectural review board are in place to ensure its timeless beauty. Special thought has also been put into deed restrictions to make certain that your privacy, home and property are protected for generations to come.

Deed restrictions require homes to have a minimum of 1,750 square feet of air-conditioned space, incorporate wooden windows, have an exterior comprised of 75 percent masonry, rock or stucco, and include a two-car carport or garage that matches the architecture of the home. Roofing materials can include standing seam, cedar shake or tile. Composition roofing is approved on a case-by-case basis and no aluminum windows are permitted. To protect the natural buffered zone between dwellings, homes cannot exceed a maximum height of 35' from foundation to roof ridgeline and the clearing and trimming of trees within the 15' side yard is not allowed.