Experience the Raw Beauty of the Texas Ranch Dubbed “The Last of the Great Places”
Livermore Ranch, Fort Davis, Texas
The 8,166-square foot historic ranch house at the center of the property was designed by Dallas oilman James Marvin Boyd.
Trans Pecos-Style Lodge
The sprawling adobe structure is built in the style of the region and features a zinc-copper-tin roof.
Country Life at Its Best
We can’t imagine a place better for relaxing than this front porch.
With its 30-foot cathedral ceiling and massive stone fireplace, the lodge’s cavernous great room is ideal for entertaining large groups.
The no-frills look of the exposed beams and adobe bricks feel at home in the rustic setting.
What ranch house dining room would be complete without an antler chandelier and a couple of deer heads mounted on the wall?
The home’s sizeable eat-in kitchen is perfect for more casual meals.
There are four bedrooms on the main level, each with a private bath, plus private guest quarters with two bedrooms.
Eight floor-to-ceiling accordion doors open from the main living areas to a courtyard with mountain views (and a wet bar).
Incredible Natural Beauty
“Having sold ranches in nearly every corner of Texas, this is the one ranch that caused me to declare, ‘I love my job!’” listing agent Tyler Jacobs said in a release. “It is truly a ranch to get lost in, and quite easy to make the decision to stay another day. It is the rarest opportunity to discover the ‘Last of the Great Places.’
The ecosystems at Livermore Ranch are so rich that when the Smithsonian Institution needs to update its collection, they’ve been known to send scientists there to gather specimens.