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Monolith Ranch

Posted on: June 15th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

Summary: Monolith Ranch is located in Southern Llano County, TX and is two gates down from Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, one of the States most visited parks. With stunning views, dramatic granite outcrops, over a mile of Crabapple Creek, and a beautiful custom lodge overlooking a 7-acre lake, this ranch is one of the most unique ranches on the market today.
Location: Monolith Ranch is located 21 miles South of Llano, TX (4202 runway), 25 miles North of Fredericksburg, TX (5001 runway). 91 miles N of San Antonio, TX (international airport) and 93 miles N/NW of Austin, TX (international airport) . The ranch is accessed off Ranch Road 965, known locally as Enchanted Rock Road.

Description: The topography of the ranch goes from 1200 to 1500. From the high points, vistas of several miles can be had. Views of surrounding prominent area landmarks such as Enchanted Rock, Dutch Mountain, Watch Mountain, Graze Mountain, Cedar and Riley Mountains.
A large portion of the ranch is fertile sandy loam or a variety of it. The granite outcrops and areas around them are naturally shallow, rocky soil. The creek has bottom land-type fine sandy loam. There are several habitats that are conducive to supporting both a variety of plant life as well as animals.
The ranch is approximately 90% high fenced with a short portion on the East side remaining low fenced. The owners report having seen sika deer, fallow, aoudad, hogs, turkey, whitetail deer, dove, ducks, and various varmints common of the area.

Water: The ranch has a little over a mile of both sides of Crabapple Creek. It would be best described as perennial live water. According to the seller, over the 5 years that he has owned the property to the best of his knowledge from his eyewitness observations, Crabapple Creek has continuously flowed (except during 2015). Broker has visited the property often between December 2019 and June 2020 and broker observed water flowing in the creek each time.
The Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is the regulatory authority for all surface water streams in Texas. They are a possible source for further information about the flow in Crabapple Creek. The Texas Water Development Board may also have information about the creek. The USGS Real Time water data site has flow data on many creeks in Texas but does not show a flow monitoring station covering Crabapple Creek nor apparently has any historical data available about the creek.
Seller and broker make no representations as to the current or future condition or water level or flow of Crabapple Creek.

A stunning 7+/- acre lake sits just outside the back porch of the ranch house and is chock full of largemouth bass and sunfish. Another pond in the North portion of the ranch is approximately 1.5 acres.

There are two water wells on the ranch, one that serves the house (according to drillers log it is 25 gallons per minute) and is pumped to a storage tank near the home via an electric submersible pump. Another water well in the NE portion of the ranch near(unknown flow rate) an abandon homesite that has been cleaned up (all that remains is a slab for possible future building).

Improvements: The house is a custom designed, 4,990 square foot (air-conditioned) industrial-ranch style home with an additional 2700 +/- sf of non-conditioned space. Furman + Keil Architects designed the home and the construction was performed by Dagleish Construction in 2009. The house is LEED Silver certified and oriented toward the southeast, not only to take in the surrounding views, but also to minimize solar heat gain and capture the abundant breezes from that direction. The design features reclaimed interior siding, passive ventilation, and a HERS rating of 54.
The main portion of the home has a master bedroom, roomy walk-in closet along with two additional bedrooms, each with their own full bathroom. This part of the home has a large open-air kitchen and dining area, living area, screened in porch, office, utility, room, gunroom, and grill. Walking a couple steps across the dog run, there is another section of the home that has two guest quarters. These are each made up of 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.
Please see matterpoint links for 3D imagery of the entire home (See “3D” button in the photo gallery or click on a photo to expand them choose “3D TOUR”).
The whole compound is made for entertaining and enjoying the surrounding scenery of this beautiful and majestic ranch. The improvements are first-class and serve their purpose very well.

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 257

Posted on: May 19th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

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.

45 acres with Oatman Creek on Hwy 16

Posted on: April 22nd, 2020 by Bob Quigley

45 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.
1,250 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.
1.75 miles of new roads.

This 45 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

Property is Ag Exempt.

DVR 125

Posted on: April 21st, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

Approximately 15 miles South/Southwest of Llano, TX and 30 miles North/Northeast of Fredericksburg, TX lies this beautiful acreage just off Llano County Road 106 around a mile from FM 2323. Gently rolling in topography with more than a couple of excellent home sites with big views in all directions. Electricity is on-site and a recently drilled water well logs in at 4 gallon per minute.

THIS PROPERTY CAN BE DIVIDED INTO 80+ ACRES IN JUST ABOUT ANY CONFIGURATION.

Vasterling Creek Ranch 4

Posted on: April 4th, 2020 by Clayton Leverett

Just outside of Castell, TX is an exclusive gated community of ranches. It’s about 15 miles west of Llano, TX. Large trees, giant views and the serenity and beauty that the Hill Country is known for.

Paved road public road frontage, nearby public access to the Llano River, and electricity is scheduled to be onsite. Modest deed restrictions apply to maintain value and the integrity of the area (attached). Additional acreage and multiple tracts available, all with their own unique features (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 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 an abundance of large hardwood trees. Electricity, water well, and sturdy set of working livestock pens on the property. Mild deed restrictions, see attachment. Additional acreage and multiple tracts available (see map below).