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San Fernando 245

Posted on: May 19th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

ADJACENT ACREAGE AVAILABLE, SEE MAP FOR DETAILS.

Location: San Fernando Ranch 245 is located 2.7 miles South of Pontotoc, TX off all weather Hickory Grove Road. Pontotoc is approximately 22 miles West of Llano, TX, 29 miles from Brady, TX and about 27 miles Northeast of Mason, TX. This puts the ranch at about 90 miles from Austin and 135 from San Antonio.

Description: Slightly rolling with a prominent high point that would make a good building site. A small pond near the SW corner of the ranch may have the potential to be enlarged.
Vegetation on the ranch consists of hundreds of towering Burr and Live oaks dotted throughout the property. Catclaw acacia, persimmon, mesquite, some tasajillo and prickly pear. There are impressive large granite outcrops. Electricity is on the property in the NE corner. There are no water wells on the ranch at this time.

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 required by 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.

San Fernando 260

Posted on: May 19th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

ADJACENT ACREAGE AVAILABLE, SEE MAP FOR DETAILS.

Location: San Fernando 260 is located 2.7 miles South of Pontotoc, TX off all weather Hickory Grove Road. Pontotoc is approximately 22 miles West of Llano, TX, 29 miles from Brady, TX and about 27 miles Northeast of Mason, TX. This puts the ranch at about 90 miles from Austin and 135 from San Antonio.

Description: Rolling terrain with a large granite outcrop/valley in the Southern portion of the ranch. Excellent view can be had from the top of the bluff. There are 100’s of Post and Live oaks scattered throughout the ranch. Other vegetation includes catclaw acacia, persimmon, mesquite, some tasajillo and prickly pear but there are limited numbers of brush as the ranch has been. Electricity is on the ranch near a hunting camp. The ranch is low-fenced on three sides.

Water: There are 4 ponds on the ranch from 1/4 to 1/2 acre in size. The pond in the SW corner of the ranch has a water well outfitted with a solar-powered pump that flows into the pond. Another water well is located in the NE corner near the hunting camp and is outfitted with an electric-powered submersible pump.

Access: Access is via a deeded easement road off all-weather gravel Hickory Grove Road. It is maintained by Mason County and runs from Highway 71 in Pontotoc, TX to Highway 29.

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 required by 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.

San Fernando 261

Posted on: May 19th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

ADDITIONAL ACREAGE AVAILABLE, SEE MAP FOR DETAILS.

Location: San Fernando Creek Ranch is located 2.7 miles South of Pontotoc, TX off all weather Hickory Grove Road. Pontotoc is approximately 22 miles West of Llano, TX, 29 miles from Brady, TX and about 27 miles Northeast of Mason, TX. This puts the ranch at about 90 miles from Austin and 135 from San Antonio.

Description: San Fernando Creek runs through the ranch on its North side for about mile. While the creek is not considered live water, it does flow most of the year and is consistent source of surface water.
Soils are predominantly sandy loam and the ranch has been well cared for in terms of brush management. Native grasses

Vegetation on the ranch consists of hundreds of towering Burr and Live oaks dotted throughout the property. Catclaw Acacia, persimmon, mesquite, some Tasajillo and prickly pear.

Water: Approximately 2700 of both sides of San Fernando Creek run through the property. There are 2 ponds on the ranch that range from .5-1 acre in size, approximately. For information on groundwater, the Hickory Underground Water District is the primary resource.

Improvements: San Fernando Creek Ranch is entirely perimeter-fenced (low fence). There is a set of livestock pens near the middle of the ranch. The creek itself has been fenced to prevent livestock from getting in/out of the creek and accessing water gaps. A water well with electricity can be found near the creek NW quadrant of the ranch. A windmill (believed to be over a hand dug well) is located near the center of the ranch near the pens and is not in operation.

Access: Access is via an all-weather gravel road called Hickory Grove Road. It is maintained by Mason County and runs from Highway 71 in Pontotoc, TX to Highway 29.

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 required by 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.

San Fernando Ranch

Posted on: May 5th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

CAN BE SUBDIVIDED, SEE MAP FOR DETAILS

Location: San Fernando Creek Ranch is located 2.7 miles South of Pontotoc, TX off all weather Hickory Grove Road. Pontotoc is approximately 22 miles West of Llano, TX, 29 miles from Brady, TX and about 27 miles Northeast of Mason, TX. This puts the ranch at about 90 miles from Austin and 135 from San Antonio.

Description: San Fernando Creek runs through the ranch on its North side for about mile. While the creek is not considered live water, it does flow most of the year.
The Northern 1/3 of the ranch consists of swaying native grasses with the occasional towering Post Oak. Soils on this part of the ranch are more conducive to grasses as its predominantly sandy loam. As you travel towards the middle and Southern portion of SFR, the elevation rises 100 and good views can be found. In addition to the views, the granite outcroppings rising out of the ground resemble images from the Badlands and are incredibly unique. Soils in this portion of the ranch are shallower but there are still pockets of loam.

Vegetation on the ranch consists of hundreds of towering Burr and Live oaks dotted throughout the property. Catclaw Acacia, persimmon, mesquite, some Tasajillo and prickly pear. This ranch has been part of a larger commercial operation for some time and care has been put into both brush control and grazing management to maximize native grass growth.

Water: Approximately 2700 of both sides of San Fernando Creek run through the property. There are 7 ponds on the ranch that range from .5-1 acre in size, approximately. For information on groundwater, the Hickory Underground Water Conservation District #1 is the local resource. More information can be found at their website.

Improvements: San Fernando Creek Ranch is entirely perimeter-fenced (low fence). There is a set of livestock pens near the middle of the ranch. The creek itself has been fenced to prevent livestock from getting in/out of the creek and accessing water gaps. A water well with electricity can be found near the creek NW quadrant of the ranch. It doesnt appear to be in operation at this time. A windmill is located near the center of the ranch near the pens and is not in operation. A well near the hunting camp on the East side of the ranch has an electric submersible pump and is operable. Another water well near the South-central property line has a solar-powered pump and pumps into a pond creating both a nice scenic spot and gathering area for wildlife and livestock.
Access: Access is via an all-weather gravel road called Hickory Grove Road. It is maintained by Mason County and runs from Highway 71 in Pontotoc, TX to Highway 29.

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 required by 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.

27 Acres on CR 314

Posted on: April 22nd, 2020 by Bob Quigley

27 acres +/- on paved CR314
1/2 mile off of Hwy 16 which runs from Llano to Fredericksburg, and 5 miles to Llano, TX.
Wonderful views of local hills and mountains provide many possible homesite locations.
Nice stock pond.
Abundant native wildlife in addition to the occasional exotic may provide hunting and recreational enjoyment.
Electricity is on the front of the property.
Water well to be drilled and tested.
The property is perimeter fenced on 3 sides and high fenced on the front.

This 27 acres is:
5 minutes from downtown Llano, TX (Llano River, shopping, restaurants, distilleries, breweries, festivals, rodeos, and world famous BBQ).
15 minutes from Enchanted Rock State Park
35 minutes from Fredericksburg, TX
1 hour and 20 minutes from Austin-Bergstrom Airport
1 hour and 30 minutes from San Antonio International Airport

***Additional acreage available

Property is currently Ag Exempt.

36 Acres on paved CR314 Llano, TX

Posted on: April 22nd, 2020 by Bob Quigley

36 acres +/- on paved CR314
1/2 mile off of Hwy 16 which runs from Llano to Fredericksburg, and 5 miles to Llano, TX.
Wonderful views of local hills and mountains provide many possible homesite locations.
Large live oaks, post oaks, and elm trees.
Abundant native wildlife in addition to the occasional exotic may provide hunting and recreational enjoyment.
Electricity is on the front of the property.
Water well to be drilled and tested.
The property is perimeter fenced on 2 sides with high fencing on the front.

This 36 acres is:
5 minutes from downtown Llano, TX (Llano River, shopping, restaurants, distilleries, breweries, festivals, rodeos, and world famous BBQ).
15 minutes from Enchanted Rock State Park
35 minutes from Fredericksburg, TX
1 hour and 20 minutes from Austin-Bergstrom Airport
1 hour and 30 minutes from San Antonio International Airport

***Additional acreage available

Property is currently Ag Exempt.

32 acres with Oatman Creek on Hwy 16

Posted on: April 22nd, 2020 by Bob Quigley

32 acres +/- acres with Oatman Creek on Hwy 16
On Hwy 16, which runs from Llano to Fredericksburg, and 4.4 miles to Llano, TX
Wonderful views of local hills and mountains provide many possible homesite locations.
680 feet of Oatman Creek runs thru the south side of the property.
Nice hills on the back of the property and flat grass pasture on the front that could be cleared of some mesquite to make a showstopper grazing pasture.
Abundant native wildlife in addition to the occasional exotic may provide hunting and recreational enjoyment.
Electricity is on the front of the property.
A water well is scheduled to be drilled.
The property is perimeter fenced on 3 sides and high fenced on 2 sides.

This 32 acres is:
5 minutes from downtown Llano, TX (Llano River, shopping, restaurants, distilleries, breweries, festivals, rodeos, and world famous BBQ).
15 minutes from Enchanted Rock State Park
35 minutes from Fredericksburg, TX
1 hour and 20 minutes from Austin-Bergstrom Airport
1 hour and 30 minutes from San Antonio International Airport

***Additional acreage available

Property is currently Ag Exempt.

51 acres with Oatman Creek on Hwy 16

Posted on: April 22nd, 2020 by Bob Quigley

51 acres +/- on Hwy 16, which runs from Llano to Fredericksburg, and 4.4 miles to Llano, TX.
Wonderful views of local hills and mountains provide many possible homesite locations.
1,600 feet of Oatman Creek meanders thru the property and is filled with oak, elm, and pecan trees.
Nice hills on the back of the property and flat grass pasture on the front that could be cleared of some mesquite to make a showstopper grazing pasture.
Abundant native wildlife in addition to the occasional exotic may provide hunting and recreational enjoyment.
Electricity is on the front of the property.
Recent water well drilled and tested at 20 gallons per minute.
The property is perimeter fenced on 3 sides and high fenced on the front.

This 51 acres is:
5 minutes from downtown Llano, TX (Llano River, shopping, restaurants, distilleries, breweries, festivals, rodeos, and world famous BBQ).
15 minutes from Enchanted Rock State Park
35 minutes from Fredericksburg, TX
1 hour and 20 minutes from Austin-Bergstrom Airport
1 hour and 30 minutes from San Antonio International Airport

***Additional acreage available

Property is currently Ag Exempt.

26 acres +/- on CR314 in Llano, TX

Posted on: April 22nd, 2020 by Bob Quigley

26 acres +/- on paved CR314
1/2 mile off of Hwy 16 which runs from Llano to Fredericksburg, and 5 miles to Llano, TX.
Wonderful views of local hills and mountains provide many possible homesite locations.
Large live oaks, post oaks, and elm trees.
2 small creeks on the property that could make an excellent future site for a water feature.
Abundant native wildlife in addition to the occasional exotic may provide hunting and recreational enjoyment.
Electricity is on the front of the property.
Water well to be drilled and tested.
The property is perimeter fenced on 3 sides with high fencing on the front.

This 26 acres is:
5 minutes from downtown Llano, TX (Llano River, shopping, restaurants, distilleries, breweries, festivals, rodeos, and world famous BBQ).
15 minutes from Enchanted Rock State Park
35 minutes from Fredericksburg, TX
1 hour and 20 minutes from Austin-Bergstrom Airport
1 hour and 30 minutes from San Antonio International Airport

***Additional acreage available

Property is currently Ag Exempt.

DVR 222

Posted on: April 22nd, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

CAN BE PURCHASED IN MULTIPLE CONFIGURATIONS. SEE MAP AND/OR CONTACT BROKER FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Location: Dos Viejos Ranch is conveniently located 13 miles SW of Llano, Texas off FM 2323 and Llano County Road 106. Its 31 miles N of Fredericksburg, TX, 85 miles from Austin, and 100 miles from San Antonio.

Description: The Dos’ recent history has been a homestead with a cattle operation (supporting approx. 20-25 head). It was also the extended family’s recreational ranch where everyone met up to celebrate holidays and make outdoor memories together. Its set up well for those uses and will more than likely be turnkey for the next owner.
Mixed vegetation typical of the area abounds. Whitebrush thickets, mesquite flats, small elm groves, and a healthy mix of hardwoods (Live and Post oak) make up the bulk of it and provide ample cover for wildlife to thrive. Topography varies slightly throughout the ranch and there are two prominent spots that provide good views.
Soils are predominantly sandy loam with a couple of spots, near granite outcrops, being decomposing granite. One of the granite outcrops overlooks a stock pond in the Northern part of the ranch. The pond, when full, is approximately 1.2 acres in size. There is a possibility for expansion/deepening the pond.

Wildlife: Dos Viejos consists of white-tailed deer, feral hogs, dove, quail, ducks, Rio Grande turkey, and a there have been a few sightings of free-ranging Axis deer. Your standard mix of varmints include raccoons, bobcats, coyotes, and both red and gray fox.

Water: There are 2 water wells on the Dos with volumes of 100 and 13 gallons per minute (taken from driller’s logs). The 80 gpm has an electric submersible pump installed and provides water to the ranch compound and livestock pens. Currently, the other two wells are capped and not in operation but could easily be put to use.

Improvements: The main lodge at Dos Viejos is a 1787 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home constructed in 2008. It sits in the SE quadrant of the ranch. With an open floor plan, generous-sized kitchen and ample outdoor concrete patios, its made to relax and entertain.
A short distance from the main lodge is the bunkhouse. Approximately 450 sq. ft. with one open bunk room, a wood stove, and a full bathroom, it allows room for all of those extra ranch hands.
A bit further away is the barn/shop. An approximately 2400 sq. ft. metal barn on a concrete slab with an additional 1500 sq. ft. (approx.) lean-to on the West side. There is a small office and full bathroom in the barn.

Access: Access is via Llano County Road 106, just a few feet off of FM 2323.

Summary: If you’re looking for a turnkey hunting and/or cattle operation within 2 hours of Austin or San Antonio, this place deserves a look. The ranch can be divided into multiple scenarios (i.e. acreage with or without improvements, smaller acreage, etc.). Please inquire with listing broker on division possibilities.

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 required by 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.