You might not recognize it by name, but if you read as many shelter mags and blogs as I do, I bet Magnolia Pearl Ranch will look familiar to you. The “Shabby Victorian” cottage has been featured in publications like Country Living and Romantic Homes, and the photos have been reposted all over the Internet, from blogs to Pinterest.
It sits on about 40 acres in Texas Hill Country, and it’s now on the market for $975,000. Take a look!
The property, which is near Medina, has nearly 40 acres with “lots of oak trees, two gazebos, a covered rock table, three chicken coops and a deer-proofed and irrigated organic garden with a rock enclosure.”
Shabby Victorian is definitely not my style, but I admire people like this who have an artistic vision for something different and really go for it. It expands our ideas of what is possible and what we can do in our own homes.
In 2008 Robin wrote a book about her unique style called A Bit of Velvet & A Dash of Lace:
Want it? For more photos and information about the ranch, check the article on My San Antonio, the listing by Steven Stone at Gray Realty, the photos on Country Living and the Magnolia Pearl website. (Thanks to Michelle for the tip!)