Driftwood Golf and Ranch Club is one of the newest projects from Discovery Land Company, a world-class real estate developer and operator of private residential golf club communities and resorts. The property totals roughly 800 acres across two parcels and is located just 25 minutes outside of downtown. The site is adjacent to the famous Salt Lick BBQ restaurant, a historic establishment that draws 800,000 visitors per year from all over the world.
The property’s natural landscape features gentle rolling hills, large oak trees, more than 70 acres of planted vineyards, and dramatic views overlooking Onion Creek and into Driftwood Valley.
Preliminary amenities will include an 18-hole Tom Fazio–designed golf course, two clubhouses (one on each parcel), a sports complex and indoor field house, recording studio and multiple concert venues, kids’ activity centers, and an organic farm.
The project’s residential offerings will include 1/2-acre to 4-acre estate lots and developer- built units ranging from 2,400 to 5,500 square feet.
Scott Roberts, the previous landowner and owner of the Salt Lick BBQ, currently has more than 70 acres of planted, yielding vineyards, with plans to add more to the property. Members will be offered the ability to lease rows of grapes from Mr. Roberts directly and create their own private label wine.
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