32nd Annual Hill Country Home Tour - 2019

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32nd Annual WCCC Home Tour

The 2019 Hill Country Home Tour is your chance to give back to our community while touring the homes that make it so special. 

Each year a select number of Wimberley homes are open to the public and on November 8 and 9, you can visit all five of the special homes featured this year. The homes can be seen from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day of the tour.

The Wimberley Community Civic Club has organized this event for 32 years to raise funds for scholarships and grants in our community. Last year, the Civic Club raised around $80,000 through the efforts of the Home Tour and Spring Events.

The homes on the tour are as unique as Wimberley. You’ll see new builds, renovated homes and historic homes. Each has a unique story which the homeowners are proud to share with the community. The variations of style and location are what the Civic Club organizers look for each year when choosing the homes...
So join us for this event that only comes around once a year! Tickets on sale October 18 through November 9, online at www.wimberleyccc.org and at the Wimberley Visitor Center, 14100 Ranch Road 12.

The Civic Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose main purpose is to nurture community spirit through service and financial support.

To see any of the Home Tours from the last 18 years, click here and select a year from the menu on the left side of the newly displayed page. 

Purchase your 32nd Annual Home Tour Tickets Now Tickets: $20.00
Friday Nov 8th 10 am - 4 pm
Saturday Nov 9th 10 am - 4 pm
14068 Ranch Road 12
Wimberley, TX 78676
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Map to Wimberley Community Visitors Center


Designed in 1997 as a "Hill Country barn" on the outside and a Tribeca loft inside, this home was expanded in 2017 to join a pair of converted barns with steel-clad cubes. The house is filled with art from Texas, Mexico, Australia and France. Three porches open up for outdoor entertaining with views of their nearly 11 acres near the crest of Lone Man Mountain.


This home was built on 6 acres almost 4 years ago. It includes interesting features such as kitchen ceiling tiles salvaged from an old bank in Oklahoma and a wall mural painted by local teacher, April Grant. The home was built for a family of four until God surprised them with a little blessing. Needing another bedroom, they remodeled the laundry room into a nursery and moved the laundry room outdoors. Pool, landscaping and par 3 golf course were recently completed.


The first thing you notice upon entering this home built in 2016 is the clean, open space. The next thing is the successful mix of natural and man-made surfaces. The homeowners tastefully decorated keeping things simple with creative pops of color to warm things up. Don’t miss the indoor garden.


This renovated 5-acre property on the Blanco River retained the vintage exterior look with only minor changes, such as enlarging the height of the windows to better take in the sweeping views of the river. The interior was reconfigured to create a modern, open space, transforming the small house to a two bedroom, two bath home. The guesthouse has a new covered porch and stone paths to connect the spaces.


The Hill Country views are appreciated from every room in this modern renovation. Sitting on almost 4 acres, the owners took a rustic “lodge” design and transformed their home into a 4 bedroom, 2-1/2 bath, 3000 sq.ft. family retreat. Check out special features such as the rotating shoe closet and more! Ponds and waterfalls create a serene outdoor environment.

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