Jeremy Lacy


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Jeremy joined Anders Ranch Realty to further expand the firm’s geographic scope and coverage.  Jeremy’s professional experience in commercial real estate valuation & finance and his background in wildlife ecology, range management, and forestry, further enhance Anders Ranch Realty’s core competence and focus on larger-scale ranch properties.

Prior to joining the Anders team, Jeremy was with Cushman & Wakefield’s Capital Markets Group within their valuation practice from 2003 to 2006 based in Houston.  In 2005, Jeremy began to take an active role in further developing C&W’s valuation and consulting platform in Mexico & Latin America and in mid-2006, he relocated to C&W’s Monterrey, Mexico office on a full-time basis.  Jeremy completed a Master of Science degree in finance at Texas A&M University and the Norwegian School of Management in Oslo, Norway where he was a Mitsui USA scholar.

While with C&W, Jeremy’s expertise focused on providing practical, timely valuation solutions, development consultation, and detailed market analysis for C&W’s institutional-oriented, global clientele. Working extensively throughout Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America, his work centered on investment-grade, income producing properties in the industrial and retail sectors. As a member of C&W’s Residential Development Group and Golf Group specialty practices, Jeremy also focused on resort master planned communities and other large-scale residential developments.

Prior to returning to graduate school, Jeremy utilized his background in wildlife ecology and natural resource management as an independent Land Agent.  Notable projects include procuring right-of-way for Anadarko Petroleum and serving as a project-based consultant for Smith & Smith Forest Management in the northeast and central regions of the state.  As an undergraduate at Texas A&M, he was a co-op student for three years with Wildlife Systems (San Angelo, TX), serving as a wildlife technician and hunting guide in West Texas, Colorado, and New Mexico.  Jeremy also served as an undergraduate research assistant for the multi-year Eastern Wild Turkey reintroduction project in the Post Oak Savannah ecological region of Texas, a joint effort of the Texas A&M department of Wildlife & Fisheries and Texas Parks & Wildlife.

EDUCATION

Texas A&M University / Norwegian School of Management

  • Master of Science, Finance, Minor in Accounting, 2002
  • Bachelor of Science, Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences, Wildlife Ecology, 1996

$525,000  •  29.38 acres
LOCATION & ACCESS Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is an easy 10-minute drive from the property gate. Central Austin is a 1-hour, 50-minute drive via US-87 and US-290 and San Antonio is 1-hour, 30-minute drive via US-87 and I-10. The ranch property has 1,395’ or 0.26 miles of frontage along the east line of US-87 with one (1) TxDOT permitted entrance. Property Address: 0 US-87, Fredericksburg, TX 78624 (not yet assigned). WATER The property features 500’ of the headwaters portion of Barons Creek which flows through the southern portion of the tract. There is also 1,100’ of a seasonal creek that runs through the middle of the tract which intersects Barons Creek. There are numerous rocky outcroppings along the seasonal creek that are beautiful and give the property a classic Hill Country feel. There is an opportunity to impound water at the confluence of these two waterways. There is not a water well on the property, but groundwater is strong in the area. LAND & WILDLIFE Elevations on the property slowly roll from north to south, offering fantastic views from several build sites at the north end of the tract. There is abundance of live oak and red oak throughout the property, with scattered cedar elm along the creeks. There are old live oak trees that have been affected by the oak wilt, but this is common for the local area. With only light hunting pressure over the years, the property hosts robust herds of Axis deer and White-tailed deer, with Rio Grande turkey and Mourning dove also being abundant. RESTRICTIONS The property is subject to an established set of deed restrictions which serve to maintain the integrity of the area. The full set of restrictions may be found in this packet. The property shall be sold subject to an ingress/egress easement reserved by seller and/or seller’s successors and assigns providing access to seller’s reserved tract, estimated to be 2.25 +/- acres as shown in this packet. Such easement shall provider seller with access across the subject property to the reserved property. Such easement access shall be limited to not more than three times per year plus access in the event of an emergency. Except in the event of an emergency, seller will notify buyer at least three days before any such access. The final terms of such ingress/egress easement shall be inserted in the Special Warranty Deed provided hereunder and shall be permanent and shall run with the land. SUMMARY Barons Headwaters is a scenic, small acreage property that sits only 10 minutes from Fredericksburg. With its natural beauty, mature tree cover, creeks, and nearby location relative to town, this unique property has all of the elements in-place for a private rural residence.
$1,850,000  •  43.8 acres
Overview Wildwood Farm lies in the heart of the Texas Hill Country Wine Corridor 15 minutes east of Fredericksburg. The defining features of this property are 1,145’ of frontage along a deep stretch of the Pedernales River and 475’ of frontage along US-290. This section of the highway is serviced by a center turning lane. There are approximately 14.55 ac of tillable fields on the property, with a 7.80 ac field that fronts US-290 and a 6.75 ac field behind the residence. There is also a secondary creek that runs for 3,330’, meandering through the center of the tract, which flows into the river on the property. With its natural beauty, mature tree cover, tillable soil, existing improvements and nearby location relative to Fredericksburg, this unique property has all of the elements in-place to host a winery, tasting room, or other commercial development. Location & Access Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is an easy 15-minute drive from the property. Sitting in the heart of wine country, popular wineries such as Grape Creek Vineyards, Heath Sparkling Wines, and Messina Hof are only minutes away. Central Austin is a 1-hour, 15-minute drive via US-290 and San Antonio is 1-hour, 20-minute drive via US-87 and I-10. The property has 475’ of frontage along the north line of US-290 with a center turning lane along this portion of the highway. Water The Pedernales River forms the northern boundary of the property with 1,145’ or about 380 yards of frontage. This section of the river runs deep, with shallower running water at the property corners. The width of the river along this stretch is approximately 125’. There is also a secondary creek which meanders through the property in a northerly direction for roughly 3,330’, emptying into the river near the northwest corner. For potable water, there is 23 GPM water well that services the residence. Land & Wildlife Wildwood Farm has 14.55 ac of tillable fields, with a 7.80 ac field that fronts US-290 and a 6.75 ac field behind the residence. The backyard of the residence overlooks the creek in a picturesque setting with mature Live Oaks and other native tree varieties. The mid-section of the tract along the creek features mature trees that line the creek bed with beautiful rocky outcroppings, which eventually gives way to a 4.00 ac field that sits along the south bank of the river. With towering, scattered Pecan trees along the banks of the river, this area of the property offers an unmatched tranquil setting. With only light hunting pressure, the property hosts a robust herd of Axis deer. White-tailed deer, Rio Grande turkey, and Mourning dove are also abundant. Improvements Home, Power, & Fencing Sitting approximately 275 yards or 825’ off of the highway is the main residence, which is a 2,501 SqFt two-story home with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths built in 1992. There is also a 1,440 SqFt metal garage built in 1990, that sits adjacent to the residence. Power provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC) extends to the home and garage. The south, east and west boundaries are low fenced and in good condition. Summary Wildwood Farm is a scenic, private live water property in the heart of the Texas Hill Country Wine Corridor, stretching from US-290 to the Pedernales river. With its natural beauty, mature tree cover, tillable soil, existing improvements and nearby location relative to Fredericksburg, this unique property has all of the elements in-place to host a winery, tasting room, or other commercial development.
$1,200,000  •  25 acres
LOCATION Mesa Valley Ranch is located along the west line of Mesa Rd., 12.1 miles southwest of charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) and 15.5 miles northwest of Kerrville. The property sits 68.1 miles southwest of Horseshoe Bay, 76.1 miles northwest of San Antonio, and 89.3 miles west of Austin. LAND Mesa Valley Ranch is a picturesque, homestead-style property with about 9-ac of pasture and 16-ac of lightly wooded area with scattered mature Post oaks and other native tree varieties. The topography is slightly rolling with elevations ranging from 1,780’ to 1,840’±. The soils on the property are deep, silty clay and loam with virtually no rock (soil reports Texas A&M AgriLife Extension are available upon request). White-tailed deer and other native wildlife are abundant. The property is perimeter low fenced on the east, west, & south boundaries and high-fenced on the north boundary. All fences are in good condition. WATER The property is serviced by one (1) water well that yields 23 GPM and was drilled in 1994. There are two (2) ponds on the property, one near the northeast corner and one near the southwest corner. The northeast corner pond will fill up in times of heavy rainfall and does need to be re-sealed. The southwest corner pond is spring-fed and has the potential to be a sustainable, attractive water feature.   IMPROVEMENTS History Character, history, and uniqueness define this modern farmhouse style home. Originally constructed in the 1940s with an abundance of detailed woodwork representative of that era, the heart of this home was moved on-site in 1996 from San Antonio. In January 1997, master custom homebuilder Lynn Roy Ransleben began a multi-year project of adding on and modernizing the house, while maintaining the detailed craftsmanship of the original home. In this process, key elements of a different historic home built in 1896 by Karl F. Ransleben, were deconstructed and reclaimed for incorporation into this gorgeous modern farmhouse. From the 1896 home, reclaimed beadboard that had been meticulously taken down piece-by-piece was reconstructed on the lower portion of the walls & ceilings in the living room and kitchen. Lightly sanded to smooth nail holes but retaining the base layers of paint, this decorative and structurally sound beadboard carries forward the history and stories of Mr. Ransleben. Other key components from the 1896 home include: old growth long leaf pine flooring reconstructed in the living room, the front door made from long leaf red pine creating a classic, elegant front entrance; and reclaimed long leaf pine trim reconstructed in the kitchen. Key components of the original 1940s home were retained and include: wood floors in the study, middle bedroom, and connected bathroom; wood back door leading from the kitchen onto the back patio; reclaimed swinging door now used between the kitchen and utility room; double French doors with unique crystal door knobs and clamshell hinges for exterior access from the study; and waterfall siding on the exterior of the home. Modern components added include: new double paned, argon gas filled Marvin windows; two (2) new Trane HVAC systems, one for upstairs and one for downstairs (installed April 2019, 14 SEER); metal roof installed with large-diameter screws; well-lit crawl space in the attic and underneath the home; limestone exterior and cedar trim; and wiring for surround sound with Bose audio in the kitchen, front and back porches, and master bathroom. As it sits today, the house encompasses approximately 2,860 SqFt.   Living Room, Kitchen, & Dining Area The living room, kitchen, and dining area are arranged as an open floor plan. The living room features a wood burning stove and provides access to the wrap-around front porch via the front door or a side set of double French doors. The kitchen and dining area sit in the middle, with an attractive island that houses cabinetry and a full-sized sink separating the living room, kitchen, and dining area. Moving into the kitchen, the stovetop is also housed in a separate island. There is a spacious utility room attached to the kitchen that houses a full-sized washer/dryer set, chest deep freezer, utility sink, and a built-in ironing board. From the master bathroom, there is a laundry chute to feeds into the utility room. Bedrooms The home has 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. Downstairs, the primary bedroom features a full bathroom and the middle bedroom & study share and are connected by a full bathroom. Unique floor cubby-holes are found in the middle bedroom closet for additional storage. The upstairs master bedroom is spacious and features a cozy sitting area and a window seat. There is also a covered balcony connected to the sitting area that looks out over the panoramic countryside and is the perfect spot to enjoy amazing sunsets. The master bathroom is sizable with a large walk-in shower and detached clawfoot bathtub. A large walk-in closet is accessed from the bathroom. There is also an additional closet with keypad access off the sitting area and a separate cedar-lined closet off the stairs leading to the master bedroom. The attic space is accessed from this closet and provides additional storage. Landscaping The home features a beautiful, maintained lawn of St. Augustine grass dotted with a variety of mature trees that include Live oaks, Post oaks, Spanish oaks, black cherry, and Cedar elm. There are also scattered flowering bushes that include oleander, crepe myrtle, wisteria, and butterfly bush. On the west side of the house, the lawn is tiered with massive rocks brought in from western Gillespie County. The lawn, landscaping, and flower beds are watered via a twelve (12) zone irrigation system. Porches, Patio, & Sidewalks Spacious, covered wrap-around concrete porches, accented with stained cedar posts and railings, surround the front part of the house. Off the back door sits a shady patio with an outdoor shower and offset bench seats supported by trimmed cedar posts with custom steel bases. The offset bench seating was constructed as such to maximize patio space. Concrete sidewalks are found on all sides of the home and connect to the adjacent workshop. Workshop Adjacent to the main house, there is an 1,800 SqFt Quonset Hut-style metal workshop constructed in 1996. Sitting on a concrete pad, the main area of the workshop which is heated, provides ample room for tractor or other equipment storage. Inside and at the far end of the building, a bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom were constructed. The owners have historically utilized the bedroom as an office and the kitchen as a butcher shop and used both as living quarters during the construction of the main house. Other Improvements Off the back patio, the owner constructed a quaint smokehouse, which is currently being used as storage. There is also a rustic “car shed” that sits adjacent to the workshop. Roads & Entry The property is accessed via an attractive entry off Mesa Rd., which is a paved private road (easement) with an all-weather entry road leading to the main compound. There are no other improved roads on the interior of the property.
$860,000  •  40 acres
OVERVIEW Post Oak Ridge lies in the quiet, scenic terrain of central Gillespie County, 6.2 miles west northwest of Fredericksburg along the west side of Loudon Rd. The defining feature of this ranch is Live Oak Creek, which runs for 1,425’ or 0.27 miles west-east and forms the northern boundary of the property. True live water on a tract this size so close to Fredericksburg is indeed rare. The property is characterized by a series of rising tiers dotted with mature Post oak and Live oak, offering multiple, private building sites overlooking Live Oak Creek. There is an additional 37±-acres available that sits adjacent to this property to the north. LOCATION & ACCESS Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is an easy 10-minute drive from the property. Central Austin is a 1-hour, 50-minute drive via US-290 and San Antonio is 1-hour, 30-minute drive via US-87 and I-10. The property has 1,050’ or 0.20 miles of frontage along the west line of Loudon Rd. WATER Live Oak Creek Live Oak Creek, which eventually flows into the Pedernales River, runs for approximately 1,425’ or 0.27 miles west-east and forms the northern boundary of the property. With live, clear flowing water and towering mature trees along the banks, this is a very unique offering in such close proximity to Fredericksburg. Windmill Water Well There is a windmill water well on the property that is currently not in service. According to the landowner, the well was on the ranch when the family purchased the land in 1970 and was historically a strong producing source of water. It is reasonable to assume that the galvanized windmill that sits over the well head could be serviced and the well could be brought back into production. Groundwater is strong in the area (see area well data map enclosed within this package). LAND & WILDLIFE The property is characterized by a series of undulating tiers rising up from Loudon Rd. providing many options for potential homesites. From any of these tiers, there are excellent views to the north overlooking the creek. Mature Post oak and Live oak trees dominate the landscape in a rolling, savannah-like setting. Along the west boundary, the landowner has left an 8±-ac buffer consisting of scattered Live oak, mature cedar, and other native tree varieties. This buffer is a preferred bedding area for the local herd of white-tailed deer and also serves as a sanctuary for other native wildlife. The elevation ranges from a low of 1,752’ along the creek to 1,826’ along the elevated tiers. The landowners are conservation-minded and have been excellent land stewards throughout their ownership. With only light grazing and hunting pressure, the property hosts robust numbers of White-tailed deer, Rio Grande turkey, and Mourning dove. Axis deer do travel through the property on occasion. IMPROVEMENTS Power, Ranch Roads, & Fencing Power provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC) extends through the property near the west boundary. Access throughout the property is good and is provided by a series of typical ranch roads. The west boundary of the 40±-ac is low fenced and is in good condition. Big Bird Trail, a private road used for access to the neighboring 166-ac property, runs along the north side of the south boundary. The road is lightly used as the owner to that property is not a resident of the local area. SUMMARY Post Oak Ridge is a scenic, private live water property with outstanding views of the Texas Hill Country that has been impeccably managed. With its natural beauty, mature tree cover, varied topography, and nearby location relative to Fredericksburg, this property offers an authentic Hill Country land experience that anyone would enjoy. There is an additional 37±-acres available that sits adjacent to this property to the north.
$740,000  •  37 acres
OVERVIEW Live Oak Ridge lies in the quiet, scenic terrain of central Gillespie County, 6.2 miles west northwest of Fredericksburg along the west side of Loudon Rd. The defining feature of this ranch is Live Oak Creek, which runs for 1,425’ or 0.27 miles west-east and forms the southern boundary of the property. True live water on a tract this size so close to Fredericksburg is indeed rare. The property also features 11±-acres of open pasture, surrounded by elevated ground with scattered Live oaks that overlook the field and Live Oak Creek. There is an additional 40±-acres available that sits adjacent to this property to the south. LOCATION & ACCESS Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is an easy 10-minute drive from the property. Central Austin is a 1-hour, 50-minute drive via US-290 and San Antonio is 1-hour, 30-minute drive via US-87 and I-10. The property has 2,075’ or 0.39 miles of frontage along the west line of Loudon Rd. WATER Live Oak Creek Live Oak Creek, which eventually flows into the Pedernales River, runs for approximately 1,425’ or 0.27 miles west-east and forms the southern boundary of the property. With live, clear flowing water and towering mature trees along the banks, this is a very unique offering in such close proximity to Fredericksburg. LAND & WILDLIFE This property features an 11±-ac open pasture, which is surrounded by a horseshoe-shaped ridge dotted with Live oak. With deeper soils, the pasture on this part of the property would be well-suited for horses, other livestock, or cultivation. Scenic views to the west and north are excellent. The elevation ranges from a low of 1,752’ along the creek to 1,815’ along the ridges. The landowners are conservation-minded and have been excellent land stewards throughout their ownership. With only light grazing and hunting pressure, the property hosts robust numbers of White-tailed deer, Rio Grande turkey, and Mourning dove. Axis deer do travel through the property on occasion. IMPROVEMENTS Power, Ranch Roads, & Fencing Power provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC) has been extended into the property near the south boundary. Access throughout the property is good and is provided by a series of typical ranch roads. The west and north boundaries are low fenced and are in good condition. SUMMARY Live Oak Ridge is a scenic, private live water property with outstanding views of the Texas Hill Country that has been impeccably managed. With its natural beauty, mature tree cover, varied topography, and nearby location relative to Fredericksburg, this property offers an authentic Hill Country land experience that anyone would enjoy. There is an additional 40±-acres available that sits adjacent to this property to the south.
$1,600,000  •  77 acres
OVERVIEW Oak Ridge Ranch lies in the quiet, scenic terrain of central Gillespie County, 6.2 miles west northwest of Fredericksburg along the west side of Loudon Rd. The defining feature of this ranch is Live Oak Creek, which runs for 1,425’ or 0.27 miles west-east through the middle of the property. True live water on a tract this size so close to Fredericksburg is indeed rare. There are 40±-acres on the south side of the creek and 37±-acres on the north side. The land south of the creek is characterized by a series of tiers dotted with mature Post oak and Live oak, offering multiple, private building sites overlooking Live Oak Creek. On the north side of the creek, the property includes 11±-acres of open pasture, surrounded by elevated ground with scattered Live oaks that overlook the field and Live Oak Creek. The property is being offered whole or in divided parcels of 40±-acres (Tract 1) and 37±-acres (Tract 2). LOCATION & ACCESS Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is an easy 10-minute drive from the property. Central Austin is a 1-hour, 50-minute drive via US-290 and San Antonio is 1-hour, 30-minute drive via US-87 and I-10. The property has 3,125’ or 0.59 miles of frontage along the west line of Loudon Rd. The 40±-acres on the south side of Live Oak Creek (Tract 1) has 1,050’ or 0.20 miles of frontage and the 37±-acres on the north side of Live Oak Creek (Tract 2) has 2,075’ or 0.39 miles of frontage. WATER Live Oak Creek Live Oak Creek, which eventually flows into the Pedernales River, runs for approximately 1,425’ or 0.27 miles west-east through the middle of the property. With live, clear flowing water and towering mature trees on both sides, this creek offers an opportunity to impound small or large pools of water in a picturesque, private setting. True live water in such close proximity to Fredericksburg makes this a very unique offering. Windmill Water Well There is a windmill water well on the property that is currently not in service. According to the landowner, the well was on the ranch when the family purchased the land in 1970 and was historically a strong producing source of water. It is reasonable to assume that the galvanized windmill that sits over the well head could be serviced and the well could be brought back into production. Groundwater is strong in the area (see area well data map enclosed within this package). LAND & WILDLIFE On the 40±-acres along the south side of Live Oak Creek, the land rises up into a series of undulating tiers from Loudon Rd. providing many options for potential homesites. From any of these tiers, there are excellent views to the north overlooking the creek. Mature Post oak and Live oak trees dominate the landscape in a rolling, savannah-like setting. Along the west boundary, the landowner has left an 8±-ac buffer consisting of scattered Live oak, mature cedar, and other native tree varieties. This buffer is a preferred bedding area for the local herd of white-tailed deer and also serves as a sanctuary for other native wildlife. The 37±-acres of land on the north side of Live Oak Creek features an 11±-ac open pasture, which is surrounded by a horseshoe-shaped ridge dotted with Live oak. With deeper soils, the pasture on this part of the property would be well-suited for horses, other livestock, or cultivation. Scenic views to the west and north are excellent. The elevation ranges from a low of 1,752’ along the creek to 1,826’on the south side and 1,815 on the north side. The landowners are conservation-minded and have been excellent land stewards throughout their ownership. With only light grazing and hunting pressure, the property hosts robust numbers of White-tailed deer, Rio Grande turkey, and Mourning dove. Axis deer do travel through the property on occasion. IMPROVEMENTS Power, Ranch Roads, & Fencing Power provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC) extends through the 40±-acre portion of the property near the west boundary and extends across the creek into the 37±-ac section. Access throughout the property is good and is provided by a series of typical ranch roads. The west boundary of the 40±-ac is low fenced and is in good condition. The west and north boundaries of the 37±-ac are also low fenced and are in good condition. Big Bird Trail, a private road used for access to the neighboring 166-ac property, runs along the north side of the south boundary of the 40±-ac. The road is lightly used as the owner to that property is not a resident of the local area. SUMMARY Oak Ridge Ranch is a scenic, private live water property with outstanding views of the Texas Hill Country that has been impeccably managed. With its natural beauty, mature tree cover, varied topography, and nearby location relative to Fredericksburg, this property offers an authentic Hill Country land experience that anyone would enjoy. The property is being offered whole or in divided parcels of 40±-acres (Tract 1) and 37±-acres (Tract 2).
$2,492,505  •  134.73 acres
OVERVIEW Canyon Creek Ranch lies in the scenic, rolling terrain of central Gillespie County, 6.3 miles northwest of Fredericksburg along the west side of US-87. Lightly hunted and grazed over the past 26 years, this property exemplifies what a well-managed, diverse Texas Hill Country ranch should be. Abundant wildlife includes White-tailed deer, Axis deer, Sika deer, Rio Grande turkey, and Mourning dove. The crown jewel of this property is an unnamed creek with live flowing water and a hard, limestone bottom, running for approximately 3,160’ or 0.57 miles east-west through the southern section of the property, set in a beautiful wooded bottom. Canyon Creek Ranch is bounded on the north, west, and south by a 577-ac properly managed, conservation-oriented ranch. LOCATION & ACCESS Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is an easy 10-minute drive from the property gate. Central Austin is a 1-hour, 50-minute drive via US-87 and US-290 and San Antonio is 1-hour, 30-minute drive via US-87 and I-10. The property has 4,025’ or 0.76 miles of frontage along the west line of US-87 with two (2) TxDOT permitted entrances. WATER Creeks An unnamed creek which eventually flows into Barons Creek, runs for approximately 3,160’ or 0.57 miles east-west through the southern section of the property. With live flowing water, a hard, limestone bottom, and towering cliffs along the south side, this creek offers an opportunity to impound small or large pools of water in a picturesque creek bottom setting, dotted with native Pecan, Live oak, Spanish oak, and a diverse variety of other native tree species. True live water in such close proximity to Fredericksburg makes this a very unique offering. There is also a seasonal, secondary drainage that flows north-south into the primary creek that runs for approximately 2,385’ or 0.45 miles. This drainage offers further opportunity to develop water for aesthetic beauty, wildlife, and/or livestock. Windmill Water Well There is an old water well on the property, but it has not been in service during the current ownership. There is a galvanized windmill that sits over the well head in average condition. Groundwater is strong in the area (see area well data map enclosed within this package) and it is reasonable that the well could be re-worked and brought back into production. LAND & WILDLIFE The habitat in the upper and middle portions of the property consists of an undulating Live Oak Savannah, interspersed with Blackjack Oak, Elm, Texas Persimmon, Shinnery oak, and numerous natural openings. From these areas of the ranch there are a multitude of potential homesites with tremendous views to the south and west. The topography stair-steps down to the south towards the creek with numerous Live oak covered shelves that overlook the creek bottom. With deeper soils, the open portions of these shelves are ideal spots for wildlife food plots. The gorgeous creek bottom which runs parallel the primary creek is a bowhunter’s dream, with many varieties of towering mature trees. The elevation ranges from a low of 1,930’ along the primary creek to 2,075’ at the northern end of the ranch. This conservation-minded landowner has only lightly hunted and grazed this property since purchasing it in 1993. As a result, the property hosts robust numbers of White-tailed deer, Axis deer, Sika deer, Rio Grande turkey, and Mourning dove. IMPROVEMENTS Power, Ranch Roads, & Fencing Power provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC) extends across a portion of the property along the northern end of the tract. Access throughout the property is good and is provided by a series of typical ranch roads. The boundary along US-87 is low fenced and in good condition. The west and south boundaries are not presently fenced. There is also an old, rustic livestock shed with pens that adds to the character of the property. This area of Gillespie county has been affected by oak wilt and the landowner has pushed and piled many of the affected trees. Once burning is permitted by the county, the landowner will burn, smooth, and re-seed those areas. SUMMARY Canyon Creek Ranch is a scenic, well-managed ranch with an incredibly diverse ecosystem, an abundance of natural water, and outstanding views of the Texas Hill Country. With its natural beauty, varied topography, mix of habitat types, and nearby location relative to Fredericksburg, this property offers an authentic Hill Country land experience that anyone would enjoy.
Anders Ranch Realty

Jeremy Lacy
5431 US-290
Fredericksburg, TX 78624

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