Winner of 2002 Star Awards of Texas Home Builders Association for Best Product Design and Best Interior Merchandizing. The adobe and limestone exterior of this custom $1.4M Canyon creek Homes showplace combines elements of Spanish and Texas style architecture, with the theme continued as you step inside this lovely hill-country hacienda. This two story, five bedrooms, four baths, office/study, spacious living area which opens to the formal dining/kitchen area. The homeowners desired a home to complement their casual, outdoorsy lifestyle-exceeding their expectations, this 6000 sq.ft. rustic masterpiece maintains the cozy, homey atmosphere required by this active family. Through the magnificent custom-made, Mexican-imported wrought iron door, you enter a grandiose foyer with stained oak floors and a faux bronze inlay set in the arched ceiling. Also imported are the unique light fixtures and wooden furniture sprinkled throughout. The first-floor master suite features an over sized Jacuzzi tub overlooking a private courtyard, complete with a trickling waterfall and soothing rock garden. Stained oak and earth-toned cool stone floors complement the décor of the formal living and dining area. A majestic limestone fireplace, flanked by a built-in entertainment center and bookshelves, is the focal point of this spacious area, while two floor-to-ceiling arched windows view the colorful pool scape. The attention to detail makes this home stand out, from the wooden tresses built in to the cathedral ceilings, to the mosaic counters and backsplashes in the bathrooms. Stainless steel appliances in the open kitchen coordinate with the granite counter tops and wood cabinets - creating an inviting space for family gatherings. Just off the kitchen is a cozy breakfast nook and family room, with French doors leading to the covered patio, pool and exercise room. A curved, wrought iron staircase leads to three more bedrooms upstairs, with a landing that overlooks the formal living area. From the vantage point, you can get a better look at the animal trophies and custom iron sconces hung on thick, adobe pillars. This "uniquely Texas" home does a fabulous job of matching the active and down to-earth personality of the family that resides here.