This property sits on a hilltop in Kerrville with panoramic views of the city. Although the property was used by Brink as his company office, this really is a misnomer. Tulahteka, as the 13,900 sq.ft. former Louis Schreiner Mansion was named when built in 1920, is a Renaissance Revival home restored to more than its formal glory by Brink. Originally a "ranch house" overlooking 3,000 acres of ranch land inherited by the youngest son of Capt. Charles Schreiner (of the famous YO ranch).
Two Eating Areas, Three Living Area, Atrium, Auxillary Kitchen, Cable TV Available, Florida Room, Game Room, High Ceilings, High Speed Internet, Sauna, Secondary Bedroom Down, Shop, Separate Dining Room, Study/Library, Telephone, Utility Room Inside
Chandelier, City Garbage service, Disposal, Dishwasher, Gas Water Heater, Refrigerator, Smoke Alarm, Security System (Owned), 2+ Water Heater Units
Additional Dwelling, Deck/Balcony, Glassed in Porch, Partial Sprinkler System, Patio Slab, Storage Building/Shed, Mature Trees, Workshop
5 - 14 Acres, Bluff View, City View, County VIew, Irregular, Mature Trees (ext feat), Partially Wooded, Secluded
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