$17,161,000   •   858 Acres
4 br / 4.5 ba / 3700 sqft

THE LAND AND THE WILDLIFE The land is iconic gently rolling Hill Country terrain with a 300-foot elevation change from the highest point on the southeast corner to the lowest point on the northern boundary. Bottomlands, with deeper soils, encompass about 150 acres of the ranch, providing strong pastureland. The landscape is pockmarked with small canyons. Between 50 and 75 acres of cedar have been strategically cleared along the ridgelines. Disturbed areas have been re-seeded with native grasses to further enhance the habitat. The overstory features mature post oaks and live oaks, while the understory is comprised of a mix of native brush, browse and forbs that serves as a buffet for wildlife. White-tailed deer and a small number of feral hogs call the ranch home. Both mourning doves and waterfowl pass through in their migratory seasons. Hunting has been private and limited. White-tailed deer and a small number of feral hogs call the ranch home. Both mourning doves and waterfowl pass through in their migratory seasons. Hunting has been private and limited. The perimeter is high fenced. Improved roads make the entire ranch entirely accessible. THE WATER The Water In Texas, live water is a rare, highly sought after treasure. Twin Creeks, as the name implies, enjoys a riches. Stretching from the southern boundary to the northern boundary, year-round Fall Creek runs across the ranch for approximately one mile, providing crystalline water for wildlife and recreation. Wolf Creek, which meanders onto the ranch and converges with Fall Creek, just enhances the land’s natural ambiance and the options. A 5± acre lake in close proximity to the main house is stocked with bass and outfitted with floating docks. It is the perfect place for angling, paddling or even jet skiing. The ranch also has two water wells. THE LIVING The two-story, 3,700-square-foot main house, displaying a statement-making mixture of limestone, stucco and cedar posting, is the perfect backdrop for Hill Country living. The four-bedroom/4.5-bath house blends design touches from Texas, Mexico and the southwestern U.S. making it perfectly suited to its locale. The well-appointed interior is a study in rustic elegance with solid wood cabinetry and beams, a mix of stone and wood floors, an oversized limestone fireplace, soaring ceilings and plenty of windows to bring the light inside. The kitchen is anchored by a butcher block island and its own fireplace. It’s easy to take any gathering outdoors. Guests can congregate on either the front or back porch to enjoy the long views or they can make their way to back patio. The creek, which runs right behind the main house, provides the soundtrack for life. In addition, there is a covered sitting area as well as a barbecue area where guests can relax and watch the pit master’s magic, and a fire pit. The main house has a detached two-car garage with two apartments above. The apartments can be individually accessed and used for staff or overflow guests. In addition, the property features a two-bedroom/two-bath house built in the same style as the main house. Encompassing 1,800± square feet, the house, which includes a kitchen, a living area and a sunroom, could be purposed as guest or staff housing. It also has a porch on the front and car port in the back. Twin Creeks Ranch is also outfitted with a four-stall limestone and wood horse barn that measures about 4,600 square feet. The barn includes a veterinary room/lab, an office, a tack room and two storage rooms. The barn also has game processing area out back with running water and a winch system. THE OPPORTUNITY With elbow room, long views, plentiful wildlife and live water, the Twin Creeks Ranch puts the best of the Hill Country within one fence. Stake a claim on an extraordinary life…


Lakes: 1
Construction Status: - None -
Hood Real Estate Inc.
Hood Real Estate Inc.
Howard Hood
Howard Hood

Mobile: 830-739-3815
Office: 830-896-0510
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