Rustic Style

  • Bathroom: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    One of the home’s five bathrooms, this space features a corner tub, a pedestal sink and a separate shower. A chandelier adds a bit of sparkle to the rustic room.   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    Located in a waterfront gated community with a dock, this rustic home was modeled after the famous Alamo Mission in San Antonio. Get a glimpse past its famous-looking facade.   See the Gallery

  • Living Area: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    Unlike the real Alamo, the home has hardwood floors and a stylish spiral staircase.   See the Image

  • Kitchen: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    The gourmet kitchen features two islands and a cool tin tile ceiling.   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    Homeowners Bruce and Tracy Copp spent five years building this Alamo replica on the banks of Lake Travis. They did plenty of research in advance, visiting the real historic landmark in San Antonio…   See the Image

  • Entryway: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    The home’s walls are made of limestone – like the real Alamo – but columns and other details were made of Styrofoam covered in a hard primer and painted. The entryway is decorated with Texana…   See the Image

  • Dining Room: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    The living room and kitchen flow into this dining area for easy entertaining.   See the Image

  • Courtyard: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    “We enjoy the outdoors, and we love to entertain,” homeowner Tracy Copp told HGTV. “And we enjoy viewing all this gorgeous beauty out here. You miss too much of it when you’re inside.”   See the Image

  • Bedroom: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    The home comes with four bedrooms and five bathrooms, including a separate “bunk house” for guests.   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Alamo Replica House in Spicewood, Texas

    Today, March 6, marks the anniversary of the last day of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836, a pivotal event of the Texas Revolution. Millions of people “Remember the Alamo” every year by visiting…   Read the Blog