Extraordinary views on one of the most scenic and iconic roads in the Texas Hill Country. 5gpm well and electricity is scheduled to be delivered to property. Property is still under construction and is not completed at this time (5/30/18).
A nice horse ranch a couple miles West of Llano. Metal barn with 8 stalls, portable roping arena, a 3/2 mobile home and a 1/1 mobile home.
This great little place is tucked away about 16 miles from Llano, Texas. Its secluded and very private. There is a neat 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath house with true board and batten cedar siding that has great views of Bullhead and House Mountain. There is an abundance of wildlife, a 30 gpm well and good sandy soil. It also has a nice pond and a working windmill that feeds a concrete stock tank. It is ag-exempt, perimeter fenced with several seasonal draws winding through the ranch, some granite outcrops, and has a great covering of huge live oak and post oak trees along with mesquites, bee brush, cat claw and cacti.
A neighboring place is for sale and allows the possibility of purchasing an additional 29.5 acres.
Description: From clean, well-maintained fields to rough, rocky, steep overlooks, this little place has a lot of character. There is a good amount of topo relief (150 +/- in elevation change) and spectacular views can be had atop the hill. There have been frequent sightings of free-ranging Aoudad and several have been harvested.
Water: There is a 1 acre+/- pond and according to the owner, some pretty good cat fishing. There is a working windmill. A wet weather creek meanders its way through the property.
Access: The ranch is accessed via RR 2323.
Improvements: All four sides of the property are fenced and are in good shape. There is a good, sturdy set of pipe livestock pens.
Price: $1,020,000 or $6800/acre. 2014 Ag-exempt taxes were $152.
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LOCATION: Approximately 22 miles from Llano, 29 miles from Fredericksburg, a little over 90 miles from Austin, and 99 miles from San Antonio puts Bullhead Creek Ranch smack dab in the heart of all things Hill Country.
DESCRIPTION: Bullhead Creek Ranch has gently sloping terrain with the bulk of the property sloping towards the creek. There are a couple of standout view spots that would make ideal homesites. Cottonwood Creek merges with Bullhead Creek on the ranch and the creekbed, while not flowing most of the time, is a very unique feature. Its approximately 200 wide and winds over mile through the ranch. BCR also boasts numerous large, majestic hardwoods from 100 year old live oaks to giant Elms to a handful of Blackjack Oaks.
The ranch has only been moderately hunted over the last several years making it a safe haven for local wildlife. Neighbors have seen free-ranging aoudad and axis, but there are no reports of exotics calling BCR home year-round.
An abandoned field approximately 20 acres in size, with rich sandy loam soil, could be re-claimed for growing grass or the planting of food plots.
ACCESS: Currently, the ranch is accessed via County Road 109, then 2.8 miles of private well-maintained granite gravel road. It crosses two neighboring properties along the private road. A superior alternative route may be a possibility and is being explored.
WATER: Water is furnished via 1 water well and electric submersible pump. There is no known data on flow rates, but the owner and livestock lessee report no problems with its flow rate and it has never gone dry. Wells in the area are from 80-120 deep and vary in flow from 4gpm to 100gpm. There are currently 5 stock tanks located on the ranch providing ample water for livestock and wildlife.
IMPROVEMENTS: The ranch is perimeter fenced and there are a couple of cross fences that could use some help (or complete removal). One small cabin, 160sq ft, exists and is on a slab. Currently, there is not a septic on the property.
PRICE: $3400/ac or $945,200. The ranch is served by Central Texas Electric Coop, lies in the Llano ISD and 2013 ag-exempt taxes were about $325.
145.9 Acres atop the historic Riley Mountain. Just a few miles Southeast of Llano, TX. Can be divided into two 73 acre ranches. Views of the city of Llano, Packsaddle Mountain, and surrounding hills. This is an offering for a piece of Hill Country History. This ranch is part of a family ranch that dates back to the 1880's. Honey Creek flows through this ranch and the Hickory and Ellenburger aquifers lie below it giving the owner a true sense water availability(a rare quality in Llano County). This property has paved frontage and access along County Road 312. Minutes to Llano, 35 minutes to Fredericksburg, and a little over an hour from Austin, it lies in the perfect spot for a weekend getaway or the perfect little hunting place. It currently has a dam along Honey Creek and a 25gpm well.
Deer, hogs, coyotes, fox, quail, dove, and turkey all call this place home. There is also a great large lake site on Honey Creek, possibly 5+ acres. Deed restrictions may apply.
Please call for your own private showing. Owner/agent listing
Location:Situated in Llano County, this ranch is 21 miles Southwest of Llano, TX and 22 Miles North of Fredericksburg, TX off of RR 2323.
Description: From clean, well-maintained fields to rough, rocky, steep overlooks, this little place has a lot of character. There is a good amount of topographic relief (150 +/- in elevation change) and spectacular views can be had atop the hill. The standard mix of Texas Hill Country wildlife calls this place home. There have been frequent sightings of free-ranging Aoudad and several have been harvested.
Water: There is a 1 acre+/- pond and according to the owner, some pretty good cat fishing. There is a working windmill. There is another well that has a submersible, electric-powered pump that services the house.
Access: The ranch is accessed via RR 2323.
Improvements: All four sides of the property are fenced and are in good shape. There is a good, sturdy set of pipe livestock working pens.
There is also a 2000+/- square foot brick home with attached 2 car garage and metal roof built in the 1980s. It has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. The house is outdated but in good shape and definitely livable.
Price:$ 1,224,000 or $7200/acre. 2014 Ag-exempt taxes were $1241.
LOCATION: This neat little ranch is located just over a mile due North of Enchanted Rock State Park. 6 miles from pavement, 12 miles from State Highway 16 and Highway 2323, being about 25 miles S of Llano (world-class BBQ, supplies, restaurants, groceries) and about 40 miles from fantastic Fredericksburg (upscale shops, restaurants, hospital, jet airport, university, big box stores). Enchanted Lake Ranch is accessible seclusion at its finest.
This is about 95 miles NW of Austin (State Capitol, international airport, advanced medical facilities, several universities) and 115 miles N of San Antonio (nations 7th largest city). Horseshoe Bay, a major golfing destination, is 45 minutes away to the east.
The area consists primarily of medium to large working/recreational ranches and a handful of smaller acreage tracts with home sites overlooking the Rock. Hunting and agriculture make up the bulk of the local economy.
DESCRIPTION: Stunning views of Enchanted Rock, Dutch Mountain, Watch Mountain, Bullhead Mountain and even Riley Mountain (12 miles away) can be had from the Southern part of the ranch atop the high point at 1500 (which is 100 higher than most of the ranch providing stunning views). The ranch is gently rolling and has a high % of sandy, loamy soils which allow the opportunity to create food plots or improved pastures.
WILDLIFE: Owners report numerous sightings of free-ranging aoudad and axis. Lease hunters have taken some nice trophy whitetail in the last couple of seasons despite the drought. Your typical native Hill Country wildlife exists here and includes white-tailed deer, feral hogs, coyotes, bobcats, turkey, dove, songbirds, cottontail and Jackrabbits.
WATER: A beautiful, spring fed lake of approximately 4 acres (when full) is the centerpiece of Enchanted Lake Ranch. The lake is stocked with Humpback Blue Catfish, Black Crappie, and sunfish with the lake record being an 18# cat. The lakes approximate depth is 10. The lake and surroundings are beautiful, with granite outcrops, Post Oak groves with several million dollar views overlooking the areas most prominent natural landmarks. This lake retained about 45% of its water in the Great Drought of 2011. There is an additional stock pond that goes dry by late summer.
Groundwater is hit or miss in this area. In addition to the springs that feed the lake, there are several naturally-flowing springs nearby. Nearby wells range from 3-60 GPM with good, sweet water being found anywhere from 100-300. There is not a groundwater conservation district in Llano County at this time.
IMPROVEMENTS: Other than a good set of livestock pens, ranch roads and fencing on 3 sides, there are no improvements. Enchanted Lake Ranch is the proverbial blank canvas giving the new owner the freedom to create what it is they envision.
PRICE: $4,750/acre = $1,372,750. Mineral conveyance is negotiable and sellers appear to own 100% of minerals . A 30 easement runs down the eastern boundary providing access to a single landowner to the south. The ranch is served by Central Texas Electric Coop, lies in the Llano ISD and 2012 ag-exempt taxes were about $320.
SUMMARY: Enchanted Lake Ranch is chock full of views, water, hardwood thickets, and wildlife. If you desire to be in the absolute heart of all things Hill Country while being within a hop, skip, and a jump to Fredericksburg, international airports, and world-class golf courses, all while overlooking the Rock youve found the right place.
Brokers/agents, this is a net listing. Please call for more information.
LOCATION: Located 15 miles SW of Llano (world famous BBQ, supplies, restaurants, groceries) and about 35 miles from Fredericksburg (upscale shops, restaurants, hospital, jet airport, university, big box stores).
This is about 90 miles NW of Austin (State Capitol, international airport, advanced medical facilities, several universities) and 110 miles N of San Antonio (nations 7th largest city). Horseshoe Bay, a major golfing and resort destination, is 40 minutes away to the east.
For further information on Llano County, go to co.llano.tx.us/ips/cms and Gillespie County, go to gillespiecounty.org/ .
DESCRIPTION: A good mixture of mesquite flats and Live and Post Oak groves give Rolling Oaks Ranch a good mix of plant diversity. The ranch could use a little sprucing up in terms of dead mesquite, Whitebrush and prickly pear cactus but is otherwise in great shape. Great views of Bullhead and Prairie Mountains and surrounding hills. The ranch is gently rolling and has about 60% sandy, loamy soils which provide the opportunity to create food plots or improved pastures. There is a tank that gathers runoff and there are at least two other locations for tanks to be built.
WILDLIFE: This place hasnt been hunted actively for years so it has become a haven for deer. Your typical native Hill Country wildlife exists here and includes white-tailed deer, feral hogs, coyotes, bobcats, turkey, dove, songbirds, cottontail and Jackrabbits.
WATER: A working windmill is the only water well but it has actively been running for decades so underground water quantities are reliable. Groundwater is hit or miss in this area. Nearby wells range from 3-60 GPM with good, sweet water being found anywhere from 100-150. There is not a groundwater conservation district in Llano County at this time.
IMPROVEMENTS: Other than the working windmill, decent ranch roads, and fencing on 3 sides, there are no improvements. Rolling Oaks Ranch is the proverbial blank canvas giving the new owner the freedom to create what it is they envision. Electricity is nearby.
PRICE: $4,300/acre = $1,376,000. This is a NET LISTING. Mineral conveyance is negotiable and sellers appear to own 100% of minerals . The ranch is served by Central Texas Electric Coop, lies in the Llano ISD and 2012 ag-exempt taxes were about $320.
The information here is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Buyers representatives must be present upon first showing to participate in commissions. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, DO NOT TRESPASS.
Location: Located in Blanco County, 9.5 miles West of Blanco, Texas. Crabapple Creek Ranch is 30 miles Southeast of Fredericksburg, 55 miles from Austin and 52 miles from San Antonio.
Description: 133 acres are West of Crabapple Road and 85 acres on the East side of Crabapple Road. Both sides offer approximately 140 in elevation change and provide classic, stunning Hill Country views.
The West side of the ranch is, for the most part, unimproved. It has an old barn, windmill, well, and cistern for storing water. The windmill is currently not operational.
The East side of the ranch has two productive Coastal Bermuda pastures, one field is approximately 10 and the other is approximately 30 acres.
Ranch roads throughout the ranch are good to fair and provide access to a good majority of the property. One or two of the trails require 4 wheel drive, but are by no means inaccessible. While there are numerous hardwoods (Live Oaks, Elms, and Red Oaks), a good portion of the ranch is covered in cedar.
Perimeter fencing is in place and is in good shape on the West side of the road. The East side does have a perimeter fence but a good majority of it is in need of replacing.
A fenced, deeded easement to a neighbor runs along the South and Southeast edge of the property.
Water: Year-round, strong-flowing, Crabapple Creek winds for approximately mile across the ranch. Just upstream from the where it merges with the Blanco River, Crabapple Creek is only 3 miles+/- in length. Its pristine, crystal clear waters flow over a limestone-lined bottom creating the most absolute picturesque Hill Country setting one can imagine. 3 low-water crossing allow great access to both sides of Crabapple Creek.
2 water wells are located on the property. One on the East side of the road, operated by a windmill, and one on the West side of the road operated by an electric submersible pump.
Two small stock tanks are located on the property and there is a one notable location for a large stock tank to be constructed, possibly 3-5 acres in size.
Included in the sale is the impoundment of 3 acre feet of water in two reservoirs on Crabapple Creek, and use of 24 acre feet of water per year from Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission.
Improvements: There is a small (440+/-sq. ft.) 1br/1bath cabin outfitted with septic, well, and electricity. There is a large barn that is aging, but is still very useful for storage for farm equipment, vehicles, and the like.
Price: $2,005,600/or $9200/acre. Owners are not willing to divide. 2013 ag-exempt taxes were $560.