Historic 164 Acre Indian Creek Equestrian Farm Lists for $11.9M in Spring Branch, Texas

Courtesy of Zach Spross Photography for Douglas Elliman Realty

Courtesy of Zach Spross Photography for Douglas Elliman Realty

Historic 164 Acre Indian Creek Equestrian Farm Lists for $11.9M in Spring Branch, Texas

$11,995,000 | Built 1997 | 5,054 Sq. Ft. | 3 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 164 Acres
23494 State Highway 46 W, Spring Branch, TX 78070

Rich in history dating back to the mid-1800s, this 164 acre equestrian estate, known as Indian Creek Farm, is on the market for $11.9 million in Spring Branch, Texas. Listing details: Indian Creek Farm, which was purchased as a 20th wedding anniversary gift, is an 164-acre equestrian estate. The seller came to the farm with one horse and has turned it into world-class equestrian facilities with national champion horses ‘On cue’, and ‘Tsetserleg’ who went to the Tokyo Olympics. Part of the farm was originally a portion of a land grant given by the State of Texas to Erastus “Deaf” Smith for his service, a courier who was on his way to deliver a letter to Sam Houston when the Alamo fell. The property was originally a German settlement in the 1800s with a 4-bedroom stone house built in 1887 and a guest house original to the settlement. The buildings are preserved from the 1800s, maintaining the history.

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The cottage retains its historic designation on the national register. Today, the original barn sits beneath a spacious home with 3 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms that overlook the manicured pastures. Under the house is an office, half bathroom, laundry area, four-car garage, nine stalls for horses, and an attached large feed room. Two additional barns stand alone, one with three large stalls and a feed room, and the other with six stalls. Additional structures include a workshop for small tools, two hay and alfalfa storage buildings, and a large metal-structured equipment storage building. Adjacent to the main house is a pool house, a cabana with an outdoor kitchen, and a pool shaded by magnificent oak trees. On one corner of the acreage are 95 acres of raw land, including three super wells and five regular wells. The land has been approved for over 40 one-acre homesites and 30 acres of commercial property facing Highway 46. In total, the property has ten wells. This massive equestrian estate is on the market for $11.9 million with Nadia Black & Kelsey Bond of Douglas Elliman Realty. Photography courtesy of Zach Spross Photography for Douglas Elliman Realty.

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Courtesy of Zach Spross Photography for Douglas Elliman Realty
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