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Lost Hollow Ranch

Posted on: October 17th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Location: Lost Hollow Ranch is located 12 miles South of Llano, Texas and 25 miles North of Fredericksburg, Texas.

Description: From gentle slopes to steep granite ledges and outcrops, Lost Hollow Ranch has several unique features packed into it for its size. With 150' in elevation change, the views from the top of the mountain are nothing short of extraordinary. Views of surrounding hills, Enchanted Rock, Bell Mountain, Cedar Mountain, etc. are all available. Lost Hollow has a good amount of cover from cedar to mature Live and Post Oaks.

Water: Lost Hollow Creek flows through the property for approximately 1400'. At one time, this creek was known to flow all year round but it is now considered a wet weather creek.

Improvements: Electricity is on the ranch and runs from Highway 16 to the water well (4gallons per minute), which is outfitted with an electrical-powered submersible pump.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.

Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.

Bailey Branch Ranch

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

2 miles South of Llano, Texas off paved County Road 312, this is becoming THE place to be in Llano County. 70 miles from Austin and 100 miles from San Antonio.
Gentle land with loamy soil would be an ideal home for horses or livestock. The wet weather creek provides the new owner with an opportunity to create a pond or lake. Electricity is on the property and two wells are served by solar-powered submersible pumps.

Cherokee Ranch

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Gently sloping land with 90% of the property being in productive, loamy soil. Two water wells of unknown production, powered by electric submersible pumps are in place and are operational at this time. Electricity, from Central Texas Electric Coop, enters the ranch in two different locations. The property is perimeter fenced and the owners currently run cattle and maintain their ag exempt tax status. The ranch is believed to be situated above the Hickory aquifer so excellent groundwater is a very good possibility. More information on the groundwater status can be obtained from the Hickory Underground Water District.

Cutoff Creek Ranch

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Description: Cutoff Creek Ranch is situated on the Northeast edge of Bee Rock Mountain and down below is a canyon known as Cutoff Gap. The South side of the ranch has tremendous views of the nearby cliffs and canyon below. It's a good mix of open meadows and dense Juniper woods. Towering Live Oaks and Willows along the creek make for a picturesque setting. The whole Northern border is along the famous Willow City Loop.

Water: Almost 3000' of Cutoff Creek is on the ranch. The creek emanates from springs just upstream from the ranch and is known to flow year round in most years.

Improvements: There are no improvements on the property.

Additional property is available adjacent to CCR (up to 1,163 acres). See map for details of adjacent property.

Willow City Retreat

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Description: Willow City Retreat is set below the massive cliff faces of Cedar Mountain to the North and Cutoff Creek and the Willow City Loop to the South. From South to North the elevation begins to rise but there is ample room to roam on the gentle slope before it rises to the cliffs. The property is loaded with giant Oaks, native Pecans, Elms, and Willow trees along the creek.

Water: Cutoff Creek is located on the property (approx. 1500' of creek frontage). Located directly behind the cabin and barn off of the Loop. Cutoff is a strongflowing creek and rarely quits flowing, if at all.

Improvements: The main cabin, approximately 2200 sq. ft., is a 3 bedroom, three bath custom home encased in a metal exterior. The cabin has a modern, open floor plan with granite counters, custom cabinets, and high end appliances. It has two master bedrooms, each with a king bed, and a kids' bunk room with two sets of bunk beds allowing for sleeping up to 8 people. Two additional queen size Murphy beds in the living room sleep another 4 people for a total of up to 12 guests. Each master bedroom has its own en suite bathroom, while the kids bathroom is across the hall. All bathrooms have oversize tiled showers. The cabin also has an attached screenedin porch overlooking the creek.

Just a short distance from the cabin is a 1200 (approximately) garage/shop/toolshed to house tractors, atvs, etc. Both structures are serviced by CTEC electricity and an electricpowered submersible pump within the nearby well(40gallons per minute).

Additional acreage is available adjacent to subject property (up to 1,100 acres).

Cedar Mtn. Ranch III

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Location: Cedar Mountain Ranch III is located 25 miles South of Llano, Texas and 22 miles North of Fredericksburg, Texas off of the historic and scenic Willow City Loop.

Description: Rough and raw are the best adjectives for the Cedar Mountain Ranch III. A large portion of the ranch is located on top of Cedar Mountain. With 360 feet in elevation changes, views to the South and East of the ranch are nothing short of extraordinary. Approximately 25% of CMR III lies in Llano County with the remainder being in Gillespie County.

The road system is adequate and provides a good overview of what the ranch has to offer.

LCRA has a transmission easement across and through the ranch going East/West. It is a large transmission line, but with the terrain, topography, and vegetation, it isn't overly obnoxious.

A large portion of CMR III has dense cover, primarily Juniper, Persimmon, and Bee Brush. Other than that, your standard mix of hardwoods includes Post Oaks, Live Oaks, and a smattering of Red Oaks and Cedar Elms.

Water: There are several lowflowing springs scattered about the ranch. There are no water wells at this time.

Access: Access is via the Willow City Loop,a public road.

Improvements: Currently, there are no improvements.

Additional acreage is available (up to 727 more acres)that includes a wellappointed cabin, barn, frontage on Cutoff Creek, and road frontage along the Willow City Loop.

Lake LBJ Ranch

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Location: Lake LBJ Ranch is in Llano County, Texas off County Road 302. Its 80 miles to Austin, Texas, 100 miles to San Antonio, Texas. Its 20 miles by car and 12miles by boat to Horseshoe Bay, Texas.

Description: The ranch is easy to get around on with a good road system and gentle terrain. The bulk of the ranch is composed of decomposed granite gravel soil with several impressive granite outcrops. A 50 acre improved grass field in the Northern part of the ranch is all chocolate loam soil. The field has sat dormant for a few years but could be restored with little effort. In the Northeast corner near the field is a small chunk of Long Mountain providing impressive views to the South and Southeast.

There are numerous Live Oak groves and Shinnery Oaks throughout. Tasajillo, prickly pear, mesquite, cedar, bee brush, and persimmon are all present but not overbearing.

Water: There are 5 draws that eventually make their way to the Colorado River/Lake LBJ. Spreader dams were built in numerous locations throughout the ranch along the draws and most of them are relatively shallow. When they are holding water, there are approximately 75 small(1/4 acre or less) to medium sized ponds spread throughout the ranch. There are several places that have potential to create larger ponds/lakes.

An impressive 720 +/ feet of the ranch fronts on the highly desirable passthrough lake, Lake LBJ, which lies on the Colorado River (according to the Lower Colorado River Authority, a pass through lake is a lake that lies in between two large reservoirs and water is passed through them depending on storage demands both up and downstream). While the LCRA does not label them constant level, the result is that a large majority of the year, if not all year, the pass through lakes do maintain an almost constant level making them highly desirable for recreation in Texas where most lake levels rise and fall depending on rainfall amounts.

Improvements: There is an 840 sq. ft. two bedroom, 1 bath ranch house in the North Central portion of the ranch. A small barn and storage shed are near the house. A water well is also nearby powered by and electric submersible pump. Near the field is a windmill well and additional well is located on the Northern portion of the ranch and it, too, is powered by an electric submersible pump. Electricity to the ranch is provided by Central Texas Electric Coop.

Cedar Mountain Ranch

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Location: Cedar Mountain Ranch is located 25 miles South of Llano, Texas and 22 miles North of Fredericksburg, Texas off of the historic and scenic Willow City Loop.

Description: Rough and raw are the best adjectives for the Cedar Mountain Ranch. A large portion of the ranch is located on top of Cedar Mountain. With approximately 360 feet in elevation changes, views to the South and East of the ranch are nothing short of extraordinary. Almost 1/3 of CMR lies in Llano County with the remainder being in Gillespie County.

The road system is adequate and provides a good overview of what the ranch has to offer. A large portion of CMR is densely covered, primarily in Juniper, Persimmon, and Bee Brush. Other than that, your standard mix of hardwoods includes Post Oaks, Live Oaks, and a smattering of Red Oaks and Cedar Elms. Cedar Mountain Ranch also has one of the highest concentrations of Mountain Laurel that Ive seen on a single property in a long time. The Lower Colorado River Authority has a transmission easement and the line runs East/West through the ranch.

Water: Cutoff Creek is located on the ranch (approx. 4300 of creek frontage) and lies directly behind the cabin and barn off of the Loop. Cutoff is a strong flowing creek and typically flows throughout the dry months. There are several low flowing springs scattered about the ranch. In the Northeast quadrant of the ranch, a long, deep canyon, a little over a mile long, contains multiple springs and normally is a constant flowing unnamed creek. The photos, taken in late June 2015, show some of its potential. The owners, as well as neighboring ranchers, have said that the springs that feed into the creek are strong and almost never stop flowing. The location of CMR is directly over one of Texas minor aquifers, the Hickory Aquifer, and the springs more than likely emanate from it.

Access: There are three access points to public roads. Two of the access points are directly off of the Willow City Loop (over 5000 of Loop frontage) and the other is off of the Willow CityClick Road, which dead ends into private property a short distance from CMR.

Improvements: The main cabin, approximately 2200 sq. ft., is a 3 bedroom, three bath custom home encased in a metal exterior. It has a modern, open floorplan with granite counters, custom cabinets, and high end appliances. It has two master bedrooms, each with a king bed, and a kids bunk room with two sets of bunk beds allow for sleeping up to 8 people. Two additional queen size Murphy beds in the living room sleep another 4 people for a total of up to 12 guests. Each master bedroom has its own en suite bathroom, while the kids bathroom is across the hall. All bathrooms have oversize tiled showers. The cabin also has an attached screened-in porch overlooking the creek.

Just a short distance from the cabin is a 1200 (approximately) garage/shop/tool shed to house tractors, atvs, etc. Both structures are serviced by CTEC electricity and an electric powered submersible pump within the nearby well, logged at 40 gpm.

There is an old hunting shack located at the Northeast quadrant of the ranch. It has a well with an electric submersible pump. Very little is known about the details of the well. Residential electricity (from Central Texas Electric Coop) comes onto the property near the cabin.

An additional well, near the center of the property, contains a solar-powered pump logged at 30gpm to supply water for livestock and wildlife.