The Lynch Ranch is located on the border of Hays County and Blanco County, between Blanco and Wimberley. Situated in the heart of the Hill Country, it is a short drive to any of the small towns, nearby rivers, wineries/breweries, and parks. LOCATION The property is located at 12451 FM 2325, Wimberley, TX 78676, Hays County, approx. 10.5 miles east of Blanco, approx. 13.4 miles northwest of Wimberley, approx. 41 miles from downtown Austin, and approx. 60 miles from San Antonio. The property fronts on Farm to Market Road for about 4,593 ft (0.87 miles). There are three total access points, however, the main one is off FM 2325. The propertys location is ideal in the middle of Austin and San Antonio. The property is located within Blanco ISD school boundaries. Just a short drive away are many outdoor activities and sightseeing places such as Jacobs Well Natural Area, Blue Hole Regional Park, Cypress Creek Nature Preserve, Cypress Falls Swimming Hole, Blanco State Park, Charro Ranch Park, and Old Baldy. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The property consists of rolling terrain where the elevation changes somewhat, 1,220-1,280ft. A mixture of wooded areas and four leveled, open pastures provide privacy and accessible space for opportunity. As you enter the property looking to the west, you will see fantastic views of the hilltops in the area. There are a variety of trees across the property including but not limited to sycamore, black walnut, oak, pecan, magnolia, and cedar trees. The primary soil is Bolar Clay Loam. WILDLIFE The wildlife species found on the ranch include deer, turkey, and hogs. AGRICULTURE The land is taxed under ag valuation and homestead exemption (2022 estimated annual property taxes $377.59 parcels 190464, 14355). IMPROVEMENTS There are two small homes and a shop located on the property just shortly after you enter the gate, however, they are most likely tear-downs as they are pretty old structures. The perimeter and cross-fencing are in fair condition. The southern boundary line of the property consists of a neighboring high fence. WATER Situated in the southwestern section of the property, there is a seasonal creek which features a low-water crossing that forms a water hole during periods of substantial rainfall. Notably, the property boasts approximately 0.57 miles of creek frontage aligned by trees. AREA HISTORY The prime location of being in the Hill Country opens the door to many opportunities. The two nearby towns, Blanco and Wimberley, are quaint and unique Hill Country towns. Blanco is known as a cattle and ranching community as well as home to the Blanco River and Blanco State Park. Wimberley is known for its small-town vibe while offering a unique shopping village, the confluence of Cypress River and the Blanco River, and a ranching community. This area is home to multiple gorgeous water holes, ancient Cypress trees, hilltops, and more. UTILITIES There is power from PEC to the buildings alongside two water wells, one on each side of the creek, and a septic tank. The property is located within the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority water district. There is currently a cattle lease on the property. Co-listed with Martine Properties.