In the highly desirable corridor between Fredericksburg and Kerrville, tucked away at the end of a county road and paved easements, extends the 845 acre Burr Oak Creek Ranch. Live water Burr Oak Creek currently streams through the property. Countless big topographical features include springs, previously formed ponds and lakes, and fern covered grottos and caverns. Signs are abundant of Native Americans’ past existence here. Numerous hardwood species include chinquapin oaks, massive cedar elms, wild cherry, huge pecan trees, post oaks, live oaks, and more. Wildlife is plentiful with whitetail, axis, turkey, and even sika and red stag have been spotted. It’s such a sanctuary even a couple of Blue Heron have made their home here. There’s not a bad view on the property and some hilltop settings will rival just about any the Hill Country has to offer. A property of this size and character this close to town has become a rarity. There was a preliminary plat made years ago and a paved road through it with hopes of development, and it may still hold that potential.