La Casa Tierra – Fort Worth Magazine

La Casa Tierra is a luxurious vacation home, elegantly furnished and appointed. Pass through the gate to the 57 acres near the Brazos River for an unforgettable encounter with nature, architecture, and outsized hospitality.

The “backyard” of La Casa Tierra is spectacular with prairie grass, seasonal wildflowers and oak trees. Hiking trails invite exploration. The onsite pond is filled with catfish, large mouth bass, and bluegill, perfect for catch and release. Nature lovers can enjoy bird watching as well. Wild turkeys, scissor-tail, and quail are a few you might encounter on any of the hiking trails across the land. From gazing at the stars in the evening, to waking up to coffee on the patio, guests have referred to this getaway as “a little slice of heaven.”

Tucked into a rocky hillside, this unique vacation home pays homage to the style that the first pioneers used building on the Texas prairie. Antiques, Texana collectables, and fine art create a luxurious setting in this four bedroom and three bath home. The Great Room is equipped with game tables, a big-screen television, and a spacious fireplace. A fully equipped kitchen and outdoor gas grill are available for preparing that home-away feast. On a cool night, you are welcome to soak in the hot tub under the stars.

Upon arrival, you will be greeted at the front door by a welcoming porch spanning the entire length of the house with custom-made authentic pieces by “Rockerman of Texas”- locally crafted cedar rockers and swings. Between the patio and the rooftop – you will get a front-row seat for watching those dreamy Texas sunsets.

La Casa Tierra is perfectly situated among the people, stories and landscapes that span the Eastern Cross Timbers and the bottom lands of the Brazos River. Home to trailblazers like Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving. Reminiscent of another place in time when The Butterfield Overland Mail Stagecoach, land grants and settlers, Indian raids and reservations shaped the area. At La Casa Tierra, you will experience the wide-open spaces and deep Texas roots.

“No matter where you live, it’s cowboy country around here, it’s the last holdout of true Texas.” — Buck Taylor regarding his life in West Texas.

La Casa Tierra is located in Graham, Texas near Possum Kingdom Lake. Graham Downtown Square, the largest square in Texas, is close by for boutique shopping and good eats. Other local attractions include The Cliffs Champion Golf Course, Fort Belknap, Ranching Heritage, and Young County Arena. At La Casa Tierra, you will experience the wide-open spaces and deep Texas roots on a blissful getaway. If you are looking for a vacation-look no further than La Casa Tierra. Click here to book your getaway.


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