Built around 1900 and extensively renovated by Barbara Hill in 2005, this is the quintessential modern Marfa home. A “house as minimal as any work by Judd” said the New York Times.
The main house is open and white with vaulted ceilings and a plan that allows for privacy without interrupting the energetic flow. Though minimal, it is warm and comfortable. The large bathroom has rolling closets, water closet, walk-in shower, and large freestanding soaking tub. The bedroom hosts a king size bed and luxury linens. The kitchen has a gas range and concrete counters, stocked with everything a cook could want.
The casita is low slung and situated close to the house without being intrusive. It has two queen beds, mini-fridge, and 3/4 bath.
Outdoors is as luxurious and minimal as indoors. Xeriscape landscaping features desert plants. There is a half bath on the porch, outdoor fireplace, and the best view of the Presidio County courthouse as it sits directly across the street.
Featured in the New York Times, goop, remodelista.com, and ideasgn.com and listed for sale with Far West Texas Realty.
City of Marfa Vacation Rental ID: S31