What started as a hobby evolved into what you see today at the Ranch. Outside of the normal routine of touring and writing music, Kevin collects and restores buildings that have a unique history. Each structure has been carefully crafted back to a state which honors its history and location. Everything on the Ranch has a story that we are anxious to tell people about. We stay busy making sure that bits of history don’t get lost to a landfill and in the process give something back to everybody that comes through our gates. It’s this level of care that ensures that each person we get to share this with walks away with a personal experience that can’t be found anywhere else in the Hill Country. That’s why we tell people that we are real Texas country.
“Kevin Fowler never ceases to amaze us… it became clear that his passion for music and historic buildings have collided in a new project that folks in Central Texas will no doubt be crazy about.” – Sandra Greaney, Country Line Magazine
“All these buildings roughly surround the intended site of the marriage ceremonies, smartly positions in a natural amphitheater of sorts. Was it ever intended to be a fans-only business? ‘No. It’s for everybody.’” – Houston Press
“It’s a perfect representation of an old rustic Texas ranch. The location is a peaceful country setting…NO highway noise. Guaranteed to have beautiful hill country sunsets. Unending opportunities for photography. A fantastic place for weddings or just about any other gathering you might have. This place is really AWESOME!” – Wimberley View
For the Texas belle who prefers a little glamour with her grit, a rustic wedding without some sophisticated sparkle simply will not do…the concept was fittingly brought to life at country crooner Kevin Fowler’s Rustic Ranch. Dotted with sprawling centuries-old oaks and outlined by Loneman Creek, the newly opened 130-acre ranch is home to a 19th-century cabin, a restored farmhouse, and an authentic Texas dancehall that calls for a twirl-worthy dress…” – Lauren Kathryn, Swooned Magazine
Plan 579B is a slightly modified version of latest design, Plan 579, which we included in our online store about 10 days ago. Plan 579B is identical to that plan except for the kitchen, which now has a large window over the sink and some upper cabinets on that wall. Plan 579B will be in our store sometime tomorrow.We are also pleased to announce that Texas Tiny Homes is now partners with Panasonic, who offers some really great products for the home. Click on the image for their website.
Source: Ross Guest Cabin