The 2021 Hill Country Home Tour is your chance to give back to our community while touring the homes that make it so special.

Each year a select number of Wimberley homes are open to the public and on April 16th and 17th, you can visit all four of the special homes featured this year. The homes can be seen from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day of the tour. Covid precautions are incorporated throughout. Tickets are $25 and go on sale April 1 at wimberleyccc.org, the Civic Club's website. After April 5, tickets can be picked up at the Wimberley Visitor's Center. A major fundraiser, the Home Tour helps raise money for 25 area non-profits, charities, and scholarships.

The Wimberley Community Civic Club has organized this event for 33 years to raise funds for scholarships and grants in our community. Last year, the Civic Club raised around $80,000 through the efforts of the Home Tour and Spring Events.

The homes on the tour are as unique as Wimberley. You’ll see new builds, renovated homes and historic homes. Each has a unique story which the homeowners are proud to share with the community. The variations of style and location are what the Civic Club organizers look for each year when choosing the homes.
So join us for this event that only comes around once a year! Tickets go on sale April 1st, online at www.wimberleyccc.org and at the Wimberley Visitor Center, 14100 Ranch Road 12.
The Civic Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose main purpose is to nurture community spirit through service and financial support.
To see any of the Home Tours from the last 19 years, click here and select a year from the menu on the left side of the newly displayed page. 

The 2021 Hill Country Home Tour is your chance to give back to our community while touring the homes that make it so special.

After April 5, tickets can be picked up at the Wimberley Visitor's Center. A major fundraiser, the Home Tour helps raise money for 25 area non-profits, charities and scholarships. The Wimberley Community Civic Club has organized this event for 33 years to raise funds for scholarships and grants in our community. Last year, the Civic Club raised around $80,000 through the efforts of the Home Tour and Spring Events.
The homes on the tour are as unique as Wimberley. You’ll see new builds, renovated homes and historic homes. Each has a unique story which the homeowners are proud to share with the community. The variations of style and location are what the Civic Club organizers look for each year when choosing the homes.
So join us for this event that only comes around once a year! Tickets go on sale April 1st, online at www.wimberleyccc.org and at the Wimberley Visitor Center, 14100 Ranch Road 12.
The Civic Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose main purpose is to nurture community spirit through service and financial support.
To see any of the Home Tours from the last 19 years, click here and select a year from the menu on the left side of the newly displayed page. 

Friday April 16th 10 am - 4 pm
Saturday April 17th 10 am - 4 pm
14068 Ranch Road 12
Wimberley, TX 78676
512.573.5732
WCCC Website
WCCC Profile Page
Map to Wimberley Community Visitors Center

Spoon Mountain Glamping

African Safari Tents + Adventure + Luxury

As guests make the final turn to their weekend destination, they can almost hear the rhythmic beat of African drums beckoning them to the magic of Spoon Mountain Glamping. Owners Ken and Yvette Strange carefully researched the world of safari tents to create their unique vacation rentals and chose Bushtec Safari tents and Banks Chisum to bring their dream to fruition. Set on a three-acre property shaped like an upside-down spoon, Spoon Mountain Glamping offers guests a choice of three tents, each sitting on an expansive deck overlooking Mount Baldy and Mount Edith. Within the canvas walls of each structure are all the amenities of a traditional guest room and more. Intricate design details include South African influenced decor mixed with Texas Hill Country charm. Each tent offers an outdoor sitting area and private stone soaking tub. A common area called “The Boma," offers guests outdoor amenities. Guests can enjoy massage and facials from the nearby Med Spa, also owned by the Strange family.

African Safari Tents + Adventure + Luxury

Ken & Yvette Stranges' Spoon Mountain Glamping property showboats South African safari tents with all the luxuries. Intended as commercial vacation rentals, the three tents are sited beneath a grove of oaks and back up to Spoon Mountain. Interiors reflect safari themes.
As guests make the final turn to their weekend destination, they can almost hear the rhythmic beat of African drums beckoning them to the magic of Spoon Mountain Glamping. Owners Ken and Yvette Strange carefully researched the world of safari tents to create their unique vacation rentals and chose Bushtec Safari tents and Banks Chisum to bring their dream to fruition. Set on a three-acre property shaped like an upside-down spoon, Spoon Mountain Glamping offers guests a choice of three tents, each sitting on an expansive deck overlooking Mount Baldy and Mount Edith. Within the canvas walls of each structure are all the amenities of a traditional guest room and more. Intricate design details include South African influenced decor mixed with Texas Hill Country charm. Each tent offers an outdoor sitting area and private stone soaking tub. A common area called “The Boma," offers guests outdoor amenities. Guests can enjoy massage and facials from the nearby Med Spa, also owned by the Strange family.

Texas Hill Country Modern

Heritage + Artisan + Innovative

A complete rebuild of a home that was ruined in the 2015 flood. Dismayed by the loss, the owners deliberated long before deciding to demolish and rebuild. The location along the Blanco proved to be too good to give up. With great attention to detail, the owners created a serene, Hill Country modern home that reflects a South Dakota heritage. It is an exceptional blend of old treasures and a sleek design.
Following the flood of 2015, the owners of this ruined home thought long and hard about their next step. The home's location along the Blanco River proved to be too good to leave, as it was the perfect place for family gatherings and retirement. The decision was made to take down the existing house to create a dream home. Working with designer Nathan Estrada, builder Clay Bass and local craftsmen, their dream house progressed into reality. Reclaimed wood became objects of beauty in the hands of local craftsman Philip Sells and the homeowner. Every facet of the new home was impeccably researched. No stone was left unturned to blend perfect aesthetic elements with the family’s historic furnishings from a South Dakota heritage.

Heritage + Artisan + Innovative

Following the flood of 2015, the owners of this ruined home thought long and hard about their next step. The home's location along the Blanco River proved to be too good to leave, as it was the perfect place for family gatherings and retirement. The decision was made to take down the existing house to create a dream home. Working with designer Nathan Estrada, builder Clay Bass and local craftsmen, their dream house progressed into reality. Reclaimed wood became objects of beauty in the hands of local craftsman Philip Sells and the homeowner. Every facet of the new home was impeccably researched. No stone was left unturned to blend perfect aesthetic elements with the family’s historic furnishings from a South Dakota heritage.

Hills Ranch

Historical + Retreat + Off-grid

In 2010, two university professors with former high tech and entrepreneurial careers bought 46 gorgeous acres on the outskirts of Wimberley. Formerly a goat ranch, the wooded, undeveloped land gave the owners an opportunity to create an off-grid, dream retreat and allow them to incorporate their personal values into every detail. Working with architect Tony Martin of Fredericksburg and Luis Robles Construction, the home became a model for sustainability and design. The layout resembles an historic Texas home that has been added on to multiple times so that stone is an element on two interior walls. Reclaimed wood is used throughout for cabinets, beams and doors. History informed the design, but the house is cutting edge with a gourmet kitchen, geo-thermal heating, solar energy, and a fully automatic music system and Internet capable of enabling remote work.

Historical + Retreat + Off-grid

Three Hills Ranch, a home situated on 46 acres on the outskirts of Wimberley, is another outstanding property on the tour. While the house resembles an historic Texas home, it is actually an off-grid, sustainable structure that utilizes geo-thermal heating, solar energy, and other innovations. The interior is warm and inviting with French country-inspired furnishings.
In 2010, two university professors with former high tech and entrepreneurial careers bought 46 gorgeous acres on the outskirts of Wimberley. Formerly a goat ranch, the wooded, undeveloped land gave the owners an opportunity to create an off-grid, dream retreat and allow them to incorporate their personal values into every detail. Working with architect Tony Martin of Fredericksburg and Luis Robles Construction, the home became a model for sustainability and design. The layout resembles an historic Texas home that has been added on to multiple times so that stone is an element on two interior walls. Reclaimed wood is used throughout for cabinets, beams and doors. History informed the design, but the house is cutting edge with a gourmet kitchen, geo-thermal heating, solar energy, and a fully automatic music system and Internet capable of enabling remote work.

Paradise Vista

Views + Spacious + Serene

Nestled among the winding roads of the scenic Paradise Hills is the comfortable and spacious home called Paradise Vista. The owners purchased the home in 2016 from the original owner who built it in 1984. A Charles Roccoforte design, the split-level home sits on a hillside and takes advantage of its ideal location with views of the Blanco River, Old Baldy, Twin Sisters, and miles of Wimberley Valley. The owners added their personal touches to the home with renovations throughout, creating a warm, inviting space filled with family artwork, numerous conversation areas, and spectacular views. The soothing, grayish-green color scheme harmonizes with the Blanco River and surrounding trees. All rooms of this well-designed home boast outdoor views.

Views + Spacious + Serene

A spacious, split-level home with extensive panoramic views. Sited on a hillside, it overlooks the Blanco river, Old Baldy, Twin Sisters, and miles of the Wimberley Valley. The well-designed interior is meant to accommodate large gatherings and family activities. Numerous conversation areas lend themselves to river gazing and other restful entertainment.
Nestled among the winding roads of the scenic Paradise Hills is the comfortable and spacious home called Paradise Vista. The owners purchased the home in 2016 from the original owner who built it in 1984. A Charles Roccoforte design, the split-level home sits on a hillside and takes advantage of its ideal location with views of the Blanco River, Old Baldy, Twin Sisters, and miles of Wimberley Valley. The owners added their personal touches to the home with renovations throughout, creating a warm, inviting space filled with family artwork, numerous conversation areas, and spectacular views. The soothing, grayish-green color scheme harmonizes with the Blanco River and surrounding trees. All rooms of this well-designed home boast outdoor views.
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