212 Alta Vista Trail, Fredericksburg
Fleener Greathouse Builders • 8309981740/8304562254

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Nestled in a pastoral valley, just outside of Fredericksburg, a modern farmhouse is ideally situated to maximize views, privacy and convenience. Constructed by Fleener Greathouse, the home was designed to be a place of respite for a busy young family of five. Customized spaces such as a butler pantry, an elegant bar, a luxurious vanity, and outdoor kitchen accommodate the residents’ appreciation for organized living and entertaining. Massive windows and iron doors let in natural light and scenic views throughout. Organic finishes and statement lighting lend character to the interiors, bringing balance to the clean and minimal architecture. The grounds include a complimentary guesthouse and native landscaping.


Take Ranch Road 965 (Milam Street) 4 miles from Main Street (HWY 290). Turn left into Vista Creek Ranch. Once in Gate go straight 2 tenths of a mile. The house is a white stucco house on the right.

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Home Details

For SaleNo
Bedrooms 4
Half Baths 1
Square Footage 3,711
Baths 4

About the Builder

Fleener Greathouse Builders

Phone: 8309981740/8304562254

Before moving to Fredericksburg, Ryan lived in Nashville for 17 years. There, he spent years in the music industry along with his brothers. That life is hard and led to being “worn out” as he puts it. On a trip visiting his brother and his family, Ryan and his wife Austine, started asking questions about what was next for them. A few months later, they closed up business back in Nashville, moved to Harper and eventually on to Fredericksburg. This move brought about a lot of change: City to country living. Big house to tiny house. They took some time off from work to re-center their family and focus on their son.

Ryan and family have now settled into small town life. They enjoy the pace of things here and have found what they were looking for in faith, family and relationships. They are in the middle of building, along with brothers and parents, a family compound outside of town. For Ryan, building a house is like writing music: there is a structure, an order of things that makes the process calm and enjoyable.

Kelby has spent a fair number of years in construction, mostly on the civil side of things, pushing dirt and building out infrastructure projects. All along the way, Kelby has most valued the relationships. Whether it’s meeting new clients or recruiting team members, Kelby thrives on the meaningful conversations that he enjoys on a daily basis. His family is his focus, along with ministering to the community and using his work to build on the beauty of this place, in all its forms.

When you hear Kelby describing the qualities of his team members, he shares insight that only a person who takes the time to know…would know. He listens and cares about people.

His love of the local culture and architecture was born out of his visits to the Domino Parlor on Main street with his great-great uncle NH Greathouse. There, he remembers hearing patrons speaking a form of Texas German at large communal tables. NH ranched 900 acres on the Willow City Loop and Kelby attended the cattle sale with him most Wednesdays.

Today, Kelby and wife Lindsey have three sons and a daughter, and they live on the edge of Fredericksburg.

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