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REDUCED $140,000! Location. Location. Location. This is an excellent investment and recreation property between Horseshoe Bay and Llano right on Highway 71. Its really hard to find properties this size that come up for sale east of Llano and west of Horseshoe Bay. As Austin quickly continues to move toward Llano, this makes a great ranch to enjoy recreation, incredible views, then sell later on or keep as a great family place. This ranch has a few great home sites that offer beautiful views of the surrounding hills around Llano. There has been a lot of cedar removed to open up areas of the wet weather creek, great views, and there are nice oak trees throughout. In the spring through early summer the entire property is thick with a variety of wildflowers that is incredible to see. One side of the ranch is lined with a neat wet weather creek that would make an excellent location for a pond with plenty of watershed. Its a lot of fun driving around this ranch with elevation change so you can see all the surrounding hills or go low by the creek to be by the big trees and granite outcroppings. On top of everything else, its super convenient being one hour from Austin. You can hunt in the morning and be in to work. The closer you buy land to your home and work, then youll use it so much more. Come check this one out. Really neat place.

-280 feet of Frontage on Highway 71
-Only 9 miles to Llano; 18 miles to Horseshoe Bay; 50 miles to Bee Cave
-Multiple hill top home sites
-Exclusively owned TXDOT approved driveway direct from Highway 71
-Many oak trees throughout entire property
-Great location for a nice size tank
-100% fenced
-Lots of roads throughout
-245 feet of nice wet weather creek
-Nice granite outcroppings throughout property

The best valued live water in Gillespie County is on this extraordinary 950 acre ranch that has been highly improved on the famous Willow City Loop with both sides of 1.5 miles of the crystal clear Coal Creek flowing through it. After driving down one of the most scenic roads in Texas, you’ll pull off the paved road straight through the rustic limestone and cedar entry with an electric gate straight onto Lake View Ranch. Right away you will notice the century old Oak trees with scattered Pecans and Elms along the banks of Coal Creek with a blanket of green grass and wildflowers galore. The ranch owns both sides of the creek with the best water location on the entire Willow City Loop. There are thousands of acres of pristine ranches up the Coal Creek Valley that all drain down into Waters Ranch. After pulling along the creek banks and weaving around the massive Oaks you will come to the 15 foot wide 180 foot long concrete crossing thats 10 feet deep tied into solid rock. Its super impressive and holds back about 2 acres of water thats absolutely gorgeous. The wildlife loves this lake including ducks almost every time I drove across it this winter, turkeys roaming its side all spring long, and whitetail deer always looking for something to eat on both sides of the creek year round. Last week a 4 pound largemouth bass hovered in the water right next to the crossing.

As you continue into the ranch, you will wind up to the top of the cliff where a custom patio sits constructed of native stone and granite gravel. There are a couple adirondack chairs around a custom made fire pit from Texas Outdoor Cookers based right in Willow City. The views from this spot looking over the lake, woods, and Willow City Loop are literally breathtaking. You can see Cedar Mountain to your right, a big ridge straight in front of you, and to the left, the Coal Creek Valley below. Back on the ranch road, you will pass a brand new Ranch King blind overlooking a deer feeder thats in the middle of about 20 acres of thick bluebonnets surrounded by hills. As you drive back on the ranch the views just get bigger and bigger of Packsaddle Mountain, Cedar Mountain and many others. You will even drive past a new lake that’s about an acre. It has enough watershed to be 3+ acres which would be great to build and is hard to find good locations for these on hill country ranches. Truly some of the best views I have seen anywhere in the hill country. It is not bare hills either. It has many Oaks throughout the ranch and thick brush in areas for plenty of deer cover.

If you continue along the creek’s bank you’ll drive through thick wildflowers of white, yellow, and blue on up through a grove of large oak trees with an old wall that has fallen that must be from the turn of the century or older. Past this you’ll see a beautiful barn that was just completed by Timber & Stone Builders out of Fredericksburg, Texas. They do extremely quality work and you’ll see that in this structure. It has a full bath, a room with air conditioning and a really large open upstairs. It was built in a way to complete into a home in a few months if someone would like to do so. It would be great to have as an apartment while a house is built and then just turn it into a guest house. The barn is running off of Central Texas Electric and has a well that is at least 30 gallons per minute.

Just down from the barn you can pull onto the second massive concrete crossing just finished up by experts that do a lot of concrete work on Lake LBJ in Horseshoe Bay. It’s a beautiful sight to see and makes access super easy in about the middle of the ranch.

As most anyone knows, it is extremely difficult to find a property on a paved road with live water surrounded by huge trees, 30 mile views, and new roads throughout. A bonus is all of the neighbors are 1,000+ acres and only 25 minutes to Fredericksburg, Llano, or Johnson City! 1.5 hours to Austin and San Antonio. This ranch has everything anyone desires with the live water, great soil, huge trees, and amazing views.

Contact me today and let me show you this extremely special ranch right in the heart of one of the most scenic parts in all of Texas.

Granite Top Ranch is one of the most unique ranches between Llano and Horseshoe Bay. It is on a well maintained, paved county road with nice homes and neighbors. One great neighbor is along an entire fence line for a mile and its 17,000 acres! Granite Top Ranch is 188 acres and has 3 different access points – two on County Road 306 and one on Highway 71. The ranch has a really unique and large granite outcropping that looks out over the pristine Llano River valley. You can see for many miles. Throughout the ranch there is also 3,000 feet of Waters Creek. You drive across the creek on a brand new concrete creek crossing that holds back water to get into the main part of the ranch. This creek runs super clear with granite lined pools and has massive oaks lining its banks. There is also an old field lined with a century old rock wall.
Throughout the ranch there are excellent views of the surrounding mountains of Llano and barely a rooftop in sight. Turkeys roost right on the ranch and there are plenty of whitetail deer and wild hogs. There are two really nice hunting setups with Ranch King box blinds and feeders. This ranch provides all kinds of opportunities for recreational fun and makes for an excellent investment as Llano continues to grow from Austin expanding right down Highway 71. Ranches of this size rarely come on the market. This ranch is available in 120 acres or the entire 188 acres.

REDUCED OVER $100,000 – If you have driven some of Texas most beautiful hills between Llano and Horseshoe Bay before, you probably looked twice at this ranch because of its classic hill country setting. Bluebonnet Mountain Ranch sits on 95 acres with variety that most much bigger ranches would love to have. As you pull off of Highway 71 onto the paved ranch road through the custom welded automatic entry gate, to the right you will see a beautiful meadow thats filled with wildflowers. To the left there is a big motte of large oak and elm trees. Just down the road from the meadow is a windmill next to a constant level concrete water tank that overflows into a pond. As you continue you will begin going up a hill with a rock ledge thats lined in hardwood trees. As you drive higher you will see a field on both sides of the road that will be full of bluebonnets and could make great event parking for a lot of people. At the very top of the hill sits a well built 2 bedroom home from 1977 with 1,907 square feet including 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, and a den. It could make a really cool retreat or a place to stay while you build. The views are phenomenal off the back patio of the famous Packsaddle Mountain and off in the distance the other way you can see Lake Buchanan. There is plenty of room to build a few cabins or a really large home to take full advantage of the 20 miles views across the Llano River valley. There is also an LCRA weather station that enables you to look up the weather happening right on your ranch at any given time from online. You can drive down through the back of the property which contains an incredible amount of sandstone rock. Plenty enough to rock the house of your dreams with and maybe even sell some. The back of the ranch has a neat little rock ledge grotto which drains down through a wet weather creek lined with mature elm trees. At the other end of the back of the ranch, there is another pond that always has water in it. It looks like a perfect place to sit and shoot doves in September. As you make your way around the ranch further you pass another unique rock ledge where you turn to head up to another hill top that has better views of Lake Buchanan in the distance. This would be another great homesite or place to hunt. The ranch is a blast to ride 4 wheelers and hunt deer or hogs.

This is one of those ranches that is the perfect size for a couple people to hunt and a family to enjoy for many years to come. As Austin, Bee Cave, Marble Falls, and Horseshoe Bay continue to stretch down Highway 71 past Horseshoe Bay toward Llano, this ranch will also make a great investment property for the future or one to develop now. Its very convenient with Tractor Supply being only 8.5 miles away, swing into Horseshoe Bay only 17 miles away, or get to Whole Foods at the Galleria in Bee Cave in only 45 minutes. Ranches in this area never come up for sale with the area being full of very large ranches like the 10,000 acre Arrowhead Ranch and the 17,000 acre Chanas Ranch.

There are 2,250 feet of state highway 71 road frontage. This property would make an incredible event venue, resort, vineyard, RV park, or investment to hold and enjoy. There are no restrictions on the ranch.

These 530 acres that make up the Pennington River Ranch are full of an incredible variety and amount of wildlife that Ive not seen as much of on any other piece of land within an hour of Austin. The abundance must be a result of the untamed, crystal clear Llano River that the ranch borders for nearly a mile with 4,000 feet of frontage. The list of unique wildlife includes many quail, badgers, beavers, porcupines, an assortment of hawks and owls and weve even spotted Canadian geese and Bald Eagles down on the river. The way the river lays out currently gives an additional 51 acres of land up to the rivers bank. Each spring brings a blanket of wildflowers for a few months across the entire ranch including Lantana, Bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrush, and literally hundreds of others. Most of the ranch has fantastic large tree cover including trophy live oaks, pecans, post oaks, and elms. In fact, one of the live oaks is the largest Ive ever seen. You will see it as you drive into the ranch through the new entry made of raw steel and large stacked rock.

You enter the ranch through a brand new stacked stone and iron entry in the middle of the owned 2,390 feet of Highway 29 frontage. As you wind down past the massive Oak tree, you see the pecan, oak and elm trees that tower over 3,300′ feet of Pennington Creek which runs water most of the year and is lined with a granite bottom. To my amazement, this creek is even home to beavers. Neighbors have said that in the 1800s there was even a gun battle along its banks between Indians and the US military. Past this creek if you look off through the brush to the right youll see Pennington Creek Cemetery which was established in 1885 – a year before Llano County was even established. There is lots of history here. The road will then take you over a historic railroad that has not been used in decades, but was really important in the late 1800s and early 1900s to ship cattle and granite. On the east side of the ranch is a railroad truss bridge high above Pennington Creek thats really unique. As you continue across the ranch toward the Llano River there are views of many different Llano mountains from all around the ranch including Little Murray Mountain next door, Packsaddle Mountain, Long Mountain, and the Riley Mountains. You feel so remote yet there are so many conveniences within a short drive of the ranch. After passing a massive granite outcropping, a reliable livestock pond, and a good seasonal creek youll come to the 1.5 acre lake for good fishing and duck hunting. Past that youll wind around and come to a cleared hill top where the views of the mountains and Llano River valley are incredible. Going down off this hilltop toward the river youll pass through a new 5 acre oat field which would also be great for sunflowers or milo. This helps to bring in the whitetail deer, whitewing & mourning dove, quail, and turkey – all of which Ive seen many times on the ranch. You can drive west and cross over a great seasonal creek thats lined with huge live oak trees and pecans. This creek drains into the Llano River and would make a great location for a big lake. Weve built a mile long trail around it for some fun hiking around the granite boulders that line it. After rains, this creek has a gorgeous 4 foot tall granite waterfall. If you follow the creek down to the river this is where the wild fishing action happens. There are Largemouth Bass over 8 pounds that have been sighted, the unique Guadalupe Bass, massive Catfish the river is know for, huge groups of Carp and the really cool Spotted Longnose Gar. It’s a really relaxing and enjoyable place to flyfish for sure.

If you are wanting seclusion, but would like to be close to many activities, stores, and restaurants then you will find this a great location:

2.5 miles to Tamale King
5 miles to boat ramp on Lake Buchanan
8.5 miles to boat ramp on Lake LBJ
11.5 miles to boat ramp on Inks Lake
8 miles to HEB
11 miles to Lyssy & Eckel Feed Store in Llano
11.5 miles to Badu House for quality dining in Llano
12.5 miles to Coopers BBQ
17.5 miles to Burnet
20 miles to Marble Falls
55 miles to Bee Cave in Austin
98 miles to Alamo Heights in San Antonio
206 miels to Katy in Houston
220 miles to Dallas
253 miles to Midland

Come and visit this truly unique ranch today and start enjoying one of the few river ranches that exists between Llano and Austin on the Llano River. This property has it all from a recreational or investment standpoint – wildlife, waterfowl, lakes, river, creeks, big trees, mountain views, and highway frontage.

This is a great multi-use ranch on a paved county road only 45 miles from the Galleria in Bee Cave. You can also get to the city of Llano thats only 20 miles away. There is great shopping in Llano where the BBQ is the best in the Hill Country! You can be to Kingsland on Lake LBJ in just 15 miles of driving. A little further is Marble Falls or Fredericksburg in the other direction. The property has 2,900 feet of County Road 308 frontage to make a few different entries or this gives you a good pick for the best one. It has also been restricted to 50 acres tracts at the very minimum if someone ever divides it which helps ensure no 1 or 5 acre tracts around you. This location is extremely desirable on what some call the Click Loop and smaller tracts like this in this area never come on the market.

This is a great place to hunt deer, turkey, and hogs or just plan out a four wheeler trail and thatd be a blast! You are surrounded by an area with really big ranches so you wont have homes lining your fence line and itll be as quiet as the country can be. Weve seen more than 10 turkeys at once and 11 deer at once at a corn feeder. There is a lot of wildlife!

The views on a clear day are spectacular with many, many miles of views and it looks similar to the foothill mountains in Colorado. These views cannot be beat anywhere around Austin. There are 360 degree views of mountains including Granite Knob which is only 1/2 a mile away, the Riley Mountains, and Packsaddle Mountain. The ranch consists of many different areas that would be perfect homesites from down by the county road surrounded by hundred year old oak trees on a creek to the back of the property on a ridge that would have the 360 degree views of all the mountains in the area.

Water & Vegetation
Throughout the property there are a couple creeks to build new ponds on. There is an existing one that still has water in it even with this drought. There are also massive Oaks and Elm trees throughout the ranch. A few even being 5 feet in diameter.

Its ready for you!
This ranch has had many thousands of dollars worth of bulldozer clearing, fencing, and roads put in already. The fencing on 3 sides is also brand new. There are no easements through the property. There is a 15 GPM well located on the front creek that has just been drilled. Across the road is a 100+ GPM well so water is good in this area. All of this work is a huge plus financially and in time – so its all ready to go for you!

350 acres at the top of the Riley Mountains in the hill country of Texas just outside the wonderful town of Llano, 35 miles north of Fredericksburg, and 1 hour west of Austin. When you first enter the ranch through the automatic high fence gate, you’ll travel through a food plot then over a concrete dam holding back a 1/2 acre pond which you can see the bottom on it’s so clear, which will then lead you to the jewel of the property which is a 35 foot deep, 7.5 acre lake with a covered boat dock that automatically adjust to the water level, a 8X16 bay boat, 3 kayaks, automatic fish feeder, and a lakeside pavilion with firepit – all to enjoy while catching the lunker bass, going for swims, or hunting dove and ducks. There is a 1 acre crystal clear lake above this large lake that the springs all feed into first and the ducks really enjoy. These lakes have produced Largemouth Bass over 14 pounds and they have both been on an intense feeding program with bluegill and tilapia. All 3 of the lakes are spring fed and 3 creeks run throughout the ranch and on average rainfall years 2 of the creeks run year round. The 3 creeks and 3 lakes make this ranch one of the most unique properties in Llano county and the Texas Hill Country.

Across the lake from the Barn lodge are 100 and 200 yard gun ranges with covered pavilions for each to provide shade while sighting in rifles. To the left of the Rifle Range is a skeet range with a larger covered pavilion overlooking the perfect ravine to shoot clays as they’re launched from an electric thrower. Along the large lake is a 20X24 foot pavilion with lights, electric, and water. The view is unreal. Just up the hill overlooking the lake is a custom-built, 36 foot tall red cedar lodge brought in from Washington state called “The Barn”. It’s the first of it’s kind ever built that’s custom decorated in an elegant and relaxing rustic hill country style. You enter the Barn from a covered 48X8 front porch with stamped concrete that looks just like wood. Through the two sets of french doors, downstairs is a bathroom, built-in cubbies, and comfortable den with massive stone, wood-burning fireplace which leads to the perfect size kitchen outfitted with stainless appliances. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and 2 full baths with one room including 6 custom-built bunk beds. There is a perfect little nook that overlooks the downstairs area for reading or surfing the internet. Downstairs the Barn has the perfect layout for 1-2 families to really enjoy. The back lower part of the lodge is a huge garage with 12X8 air conditioned workshop, 8 foot long stainless steel table with sink for cleaning game, air hockey, ping pong, a half bath, and an outdoor shower. Behind the Barn is a game cleaning station with electric and water next to a 10,000 gallon cistern. The entire Barn area is completely covered in large granite gravel and just beyond that are 2 acres irrigated to keep the wildflowers happy and the dust around the house down.

The entire ranch has been high fenced to manage the game as best as possible as well as the predators. You will find some of the largest Axis and Whitetail deer that Texas has to offer. These deer have been on a protein feeding plan and can be hunted from 4 quality blinds around the ranch overlooking All Seasons corn feeders and 5 large protein feeders. Driving through the ranch you will also see some Buffalo and Blackbuck Antelope. There are two 3 acre highfence traps by the house with 400 gallon water troughs to assist the ranch owner with managing new livestock on the ranch. There are also turkey, dove and quail. During winter months waterfowl are found on the lakes including widgeon, mallards and wood ducks. American Bull Frogs have also been stocked along the creeks for Bass as well as frogging fun.

This is a real quality ranch that’s turnkey and ready to enjoy.

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Incredible deal on the 2 largest lakes on a private ranch in the Hill Country area one hour west of Austin and San Antonio.

Water: In the middle of the ranch lies a 28 acre, entirely private lake that is loaded with largemouth bass and during the winter covered up with ducks and even geese. On one side of the lake is a beautiful rolling pasture of coastal bermuda with grandaddy oak trees along the shoreline. The other side of the lake rolls up to a hill lined with elms, live oaks and scattered mottes of shin oaks. The massive dam and overflow spillway are an amazing 1,500 feet long and managed to an incredible level to be covered in Coastal Bermuda and completely free of any intrusive brush or tree cover. An amazing amount of work has gone into this over the years to be in the perfect shape its in and many local and migratory game rely on it as a water source throughout the year.

The second amazing water feature of 2 Lakes Ranch is the 42 acre lake. This lake is owned with 2 other neighbors and has the best side being out of the flood plain with 1700′ of shoreline. Standing on the shoreline and looking across to the other shoreline is 1,600 feet long – 5 football fields long – in distance. You can easily jet ski or tube on this lake. The bass fishing is also outstanding. I caught an 8-9 pound bass on the 2nd cast when I first fished it. I also have seen a bald eagle on the shoreline eating a fish. The bald eagle on a ranch and a bass that big are a first for me ever. A couple weeks ago there were 2 pelicans. Just incredible!

Location, Location, Location: This location could not be better for an outdoorsman that wants to be close to a town that has every need possible like Fredericksburg, yet wants to be away from it all under a blanket of stars without city lights interfering. Look how close this spectacular ranch is to these towns from the 2 Lakes Ranch front gate:

-Austin: 67 miles to downtown Austin
-San Antonio: 67 miles to downtown San Antonio
-Fredericksburg: Only 22 miles away! Need I say more? Everyone knows this is the neatest town in Texas. Anything is available for your ranch needs. The shopping is second to none for the wives. The custom boots are the best for the men along with multiple farm and ranch stores. A wide variety of food is sure to please. Its also home to over 200 bed and breakfasts to stay at while you build your dream ranch home at 2 Lakes Ranch.
-Luchenbach: 17 miles away so you and your friends can attend concerts of the best country bands Texas has to offer
-Johnson City: 17.5 miles away; Lots of artists to visit with, good restaurants, a brewery, a new museum, and the best little town light show during Christmas
-Blanco: 17 miles away; Great food and great place for supplies on the way to the ranch from Austin or San Antonio
-Stonewall: Only 8 miles away from a couple restaurants, gas, and basic supplies – the 100 year old General Store here is fantastic
-Hye: 7.5 miles away; The Hye Market is the center of the up and coming wine region
-Albert: You are only 2 miles to Albert, Texas which has one of the coolest icehouses in Texas plus a dancehall and school house over a century old. The previous owners of this ranch used to ride to that school on horseback everyday. In Albert Wednesday through Saturday you can enjoy country bands, cold beverages, and the best bacon-jalepeno cheeseburger youve ever laid your taste buds on. Check this icehouse out on a Wednesday night for the ultimate western band and you wont be able to sleep at night because this ranch will be all you can think about trust me Ive done it.

Vineyards: if you like wine, between Fredericksburg and Johnson City there are 30+ vineyards, more are being built as I type this, and this ranch sits just about in the middle of it all. This ranch itself would actually lend itself to a great vineyard in an area next to the 28 acre lake that was historically acres of cantaloupe, contains rows and would be easy to get back active. The area is known to have real good ground water.

Garrison Brothers Distillery if you dont like wine, there is always the Garrison Brothers Distillery 5 miles down the road on the way to Hye, Texas.

Land: This is the way I like it – tucked back in to be ultra-private, but close to everything. 2 Lakes Ranch has a 60 foot wide owned lane going back 3600 feet that features a brand new chip seal road to get you into the ranch as smooth as is possible. I love having the main ranch off the road this way because this provides maximum privacy and security. Everyone in the county is not driving down your fence line looking at all your big deer, house, or watching you kayak around catching bass on your own private lake. The ranch is set back just enough and the views in and out are magnificent of the surrounding rolling hills. The views have to be at least 20 to 30 miles.

The land itself is rolling and there are water opportunities all over the ranch. This ranch has a big portion of a 20,000 acre watershed that goes through the middle of the ranch down into the 28 acre lake, so you could literally build another big lake or two, or just have 1/2 acre ponds throughout the ranch to water your game or livestock. Because of the watershed, most of the 835 acres is great soil. This great soil has provided multiple fields where cantaloupe and tomatoes used to be harvested years ago and food plots the deer and turkey thrive on. It also has been a huge part in growing the many pecan, elm, spanish oak, shin oak and live oaks of which some are just about as big as you can find anywhere.

The north end of the ranch consists of a big, flat hill top that looks out onto dark green oat pastures with sheep grazing next door. Down below the view is the 42 acre lake with all of its glory. This hilltop is covered with mostly spanish oaks and mottes of shin oak. Going through the ranch on the east is larger cedar which provide great cover for deer. To the west side of the ranch it has been manicured really well. Most cedar is gone, tall grasses are swaying in the wind, and Live Oaks, Elm and Spanish Oaks are scattered throughout. Going south on the ranch the land rolls up to the highest altitude at 1800 feet in the back where you can see across the whole Pedernales River Valley. Its truly breathtaking.

Trophy Hunting: 2 Lakes Ranch is home to monster whitetail as well as many Axis. The ranch owners have released bucks all the way up to 240″ to breed does that were brought up and released from South Texas. A couple weeks ago I was fortunate to see 7 Axis bucks standing in a coastal field there. If you like turkey – this is another bonus – there are hundreds. Literally in a couple hours one day I saw 4 groups of 30-60 turkey in different areas throughout the ranch. One morning at sunup I heard gobblers in three different roosts far apart from each other. During the fall and winter there are thousands of different ducks and geese that come through the ranch to stop over on the lakes. One day in January, the entire 28 acre lake was plastered with ducks and canadian geese.

Trophy Fishing: The first catch on the 42 acre lake for me was 8-9 pounds. The owners have just stocked the 28 acre lake with 8,000 bluegill to maximize the bass growth. There have also been 50-60 cedar trees dragged into the lake to provide excellent structure for the bait fish and bass. The fish biologist who shocked the lake said it was loaded with bass.

Improvements: There is a new gorgeous 36X60 Teton-style barn overlooking the 28 acre lake. It was built by Revens Builders out of Llano County. It is setup to use for horses, cattle, or any livestock situation. It was also built in a way so that it could easily be converted into a barndominium or 100% living space in a matter of months. The 42 acre lake has a 32X30 covered boat dock with a bass boat slip, fishing area, fish feeder, and ladder for those hot days swimming. The 28 acre lake has a 40 foot bridge that goes out onto an 8X10 platform used to tie up kayaks and provide a platform for the fish feeder that hundreds of stocked bluegill arrive at during feeding time for some high protein pellets. If you ever wanted to take a break from the lakes and get some shotgun practice in for dove season, there is a skeet range with a high and low tower that matches the Teton Barn. To get around to all of these improvements there are 10 miles of roads freshly bladed, smoothed out – ready to keep your coffee in your cup as you drive around at sunrise each morning. The fencing around the ranch is in great shape with cross fencing and multiple pastures fenced to help move livestock around. There are 5 new state-of-the-art Judge Feeders and Deer Blinds throughout the ranch. The ranch has electric in multiple places and a brand new 15 GPM well.

Minerals: Half of the minerals owned will be conveyed. The owners believe they own 100%.

Summary: This ranch is truly a showplace and is beyond a shadow of a doubt one of the top ranches in the entire hill country. Its not the new amenities, smooth roads, giant oaks, pecan tree groves, or great soils that make this place a top notch ranch. There are other ranches that have those items. The diamonds on this ranch are the 28 acre lake and the 42 acre lake. Ive searched high and low and cant find bigger lakes on a private ranch in the hill country.

This ranch has multiple different potential uses. It would be incredible as a camp, a high end resort, a premiere hunting and fishing lodge, a development, an excellent investment, or a very nice personal recreational ranch.

Also available as a 515 acre tract with the 2 big lakes.