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Vasterling Creek Ranch 4

Posted on: April 4th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

This ranch is perfectly situated approximately 15 miles West of Llano, TX near the charming community of Castell, on the banks of the crystal clear Llano River. There is nearby public access to the Llano River, multiple building sites and large hardwood trees. Working windmill and pond on the property. Electricity is available. Mild deed restrictions (tbd). Additional acreage and multiple tracts available (see map below).

Vasterling Creek Ranch 3

Posted on: April 4th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

This beautiful ranch is just a couple short miles from the charming community of Castell, Texas which is located on the banks of the crystal clear Llano River. Roughly 15 miles west of Llano, TX, this ranch has beautiful granite outcrops and great views of sunrise/sunset along with prominent hills of the area. Electricity is available and there is a working windmill on the property. Mild deed restrictions (tbd). Additional acreage and multiple tracts available (see map below).

Vasterling Creek Ranch 5

Posted on: April 4th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

This ranch is perfectly situated approximately 15 miles West of Llano, TX near the charming community of Castell which is located on the banks of the crystal clear Llano River. This peaceful ranch frontage, nearby public access to the Llano River, good views, solitude, multiple building sites and large hardwood trees. Electricity is available. Mild deed restrictions (tbd). Additional acreage and multiple tracts available (see map below).

Vasterling Creek Ranch 2

Posted on: February 18th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

Perfectly set up for a small cattle and/or horse place this beautiful ranch is just a couple short miles from the charming community of Castell, Texas which is located on the banks of the crystal clear Llano River. Roughly 15 miles west of Llano, TX, this peaceful ranch has paved road frontage, nearby public access to the Llano River, multiple building sites and large hardwood trees. Electricity, water well, and sturdy set of working livestock pens on the property. Mild deed restrictions (tbd). Additional acreage and multiple tracts available (see map below).

Bailey Branch Ranch

Posted on: August 31st, 2018 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.

Canyon Creek Ranch

Posted on: April 12th, 2018 by Bob Quigley

Canyon Creek Ranch

Location: Canyon Creek Ranch is located approximately one hour from Austin and San Antonio
and four hours from both Houston and Dallas. The quaint village of Wimberley is 15 minutes
away with nice shopping and dining. The property is in Hays County and less than 1 mile from
the Comal County line.
Description: The ranch begins with open pasture land that transitions off the Blanco River
bottom into rocky escarpments and mesas full of Texas red oak, cherry, walnut, cedar elms and
live oaks that have been estimated to be over 300 years old. From atop the Devil’s Backbone
and Ranch Road 32 some ten miles away, across the cedar hills it is possible to see the open
grass fields and shiny tin roof of the horse barn on Canyon Creek Ranch. It is a beautiful piece of
the Texas Hill Country, diverse in many ways. A deep limestone canyon cuts through the ranch
and most of the year is full of clear and cold spring water.
Water: Honey Creek is located on the ranch (3300 of creek frontage). Running in the SW
pasture, Honey Creek is a strong-flowing creek that empties into the Blanco River and at the time
of this writing (March, 2018) has a steady flow. There are several low-flowing springs scattered
throughout the ranch. Two stocked ponds on the property make for great fishing, duck hunting,
swimming, or relaxation. The larger pond is supplemented from one of the 20+ gallon per
minute wells on the ranch. The 235 acre ranch is over one of Texas major aquifers, the Trinity
Aquifer, and the springs more than likely emanate from it. There are 4 water wells on the
property ranging from 20 -30 gallons per minute. Well logs available upon request.
Access: There are 2 access points to Canyon Creek Ranch. Both are directly off of Fischer Store
Road. The main entrance is through an electric gate.
Improvements: There are 3 main structures on the ranch that are in excellent condition.
Nearest the entrance of the ranch is the guesthouse; a 2 story, 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath, screened
porch, bonus room that could be converted into a bedroom, and a detached garage with walk-in game freezer. Secondly, the cabin
contains a large bedroom, bath, complete kitchen, living room and screened porch. Attached is
a party pavilion with roll up doors on both sides allowing the Hill Country breeze to move
through. Finally, a 4 stall, first class horse barn with 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment with full
kitchen for guests or ranch/horse hands. There is also an office, a garden room with sink, and
separate bathroom in the horse barn. On top of the canyon there is a viewing deck and seating
area with a new well and electricity.
Wildlife: Under careful supervision of wildlife biologists since 1994, the ranch has nearly every
animal and bird species known in central Texas. Large flocks of wild turkey, mature whitetail
deer, dove, waterfowl, red fox/grey fox, jackrabbits, ring-tail cats, and occasional feral pigs can
be found. There are painted buntings and Eastern blue birds around the guesthouse to watch
and various birds of prey in the canyon. Over the years a pair of bald eagles comes to stay, likely
visiting from the Highland Lakes region up north. The University of Texas at Austin Biology
department has performed research in the canyon floor discovering several desirable plant
species previously unknown to be in the region.
Price: $4,600,000. 2017 Wildlife exempt taxes were $5,500.
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.