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$4,544,000  •  1,136 acres
Under Contract
Location: Cedar Mountain Ranch is located 25 miles South of Llano, Texas and 22 miles North of Fredericksburg, Texas off of the historic and scenic Willow City Loop. Description: Rough and raw are the best adjectives for the Cedar Mountain Ranch. A large portion of the ranch is located on top of Cedar Mountain. With approximately 360 feet in elevation changes, views to the South and East of the ranch are nothing short of extraordinary. Almost 1/3 of CMR lies in Llano County with the remainder being in Gillespie County. The road system is adequate and provides a good overview of what the ranch has to offer. A large portion of CMR is densely covered, primarily in Juniper, Persimmon, and Bee Brush. Other than that, your standard mix of hardwoods includes Post Oaks, Live Oaks, and a smattering of Red Oaks and Cedar Elms. Cedar Mountain Ranch also has one of the highest concentrations of Mountain Laurel that I've seen on a single property in a long time. The Lower Colorado River Authority has a transmission easement and the line runs East/West through the ranch. Water: In the Northeast quadrant of the ranch, a long, deep canyon, a little over a mile long, contains multiple springs and normally is a constant flowing unnamed creek. The photos, taken in late June 2015, show some of its potential. The owners, as well as neighboring ranchers, have said that the springs that feed into the creek are strong and almost never stop flowing. The location of CMR is directly over one of Texas minor aquifers, the Hickory Aquifer, and the springs more than likely emanate from it. Access: There are three access points to public roads. Two of the access points are directly off of the Willow City Loop (over 5000 of Loop frontage) and the other is off of the Willow CityClick Road, which dead ends into private property a short distance from CMR. Improvements: There is an old hunting shack located at the Northeast quadrant of the ranch. Residential electricity (from Central Texas Electric Coop) comes onto the property near the cabin. A water well, near the center of the property, contains a solar-powered pump logged at 30gpm to supply water for livestock and wildlife. Cabin, shop/barn(as seen in video) with septic, 60gpm water well, and approximately 100 additional acres can be purchased. Inquire with listing broker for more details. 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 necessary according to 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.
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$4,641,200  •  1,131.85 acres
$5,377,000
Located in the alluring Texas Hill Country of western Gillespie County, the Comanche Hills Ranch is 1,131.85+/- acres with significant yet gentle topography, fantastic wildlife habitat, native rangelands, ample pasture, a nice custom home, excellent water infrastructure, roads and utilities allowing for further development as a recreational/agricultural ranch, retirement ranch or possibly several smaller ranches.
Contact for Price  •  877 acres
Located within the heart of the Texas Hill Country, This plus-or-minus 877 acre ranch offers tremendous views, incredible topography, giant hardwood trees, and a vibrant spring that provides water to the entire parcel. Located just four miles north of Sisterdale, Texas the ranch is near the Hill Country communities of Fredericksburg and Boerne—a location far enough away from big-city sprawl, but still within easy driving distance of city amenities. The ranch is steeped in local history. Formerly owned by Hondo Crouch—the man who dreamed up Luckenbach, according to Texas Monthly magazine –the property is legendary as the place where Crouch would entertain guests such as Jerry Jeff Walker to write songs around the campfire. Crouch and his friends turned Luckenbach from a failing post office stop to a thriving tourism destination with nationwide name recognition thanks to the likes of Willy, Waylon, and the boys that played there. This property is offered as a whole and can also be partitioned and sold as smaller tracts from 400 to 800 acres in size. With numerous building sites atop the towering hills, the ranch boasts views in every direction. Accessed via a paved road, ingress and egress is fast and easy. The creek beds are served by the vibrant spring, providing great potential for dams along the seasonal creek beds that wind through the tract. Wildlife of all kinds roams the property, including whitetail, axis deer, aoudad, fallow, sika, and wild hogs—providing great hunting opportunities. Few opportunities such as this one are available to the discerning Texas Hill Country ranch buyer, but this amazing Sisterdale property awaits a visionary new owner to build his or her dream upon this historic, incredible land. For more information and to schedule your private tour, contact Duperier Texas Land Man today.
Contact for Price  •  730 acres
Extraordinary land, great location, amazing water, minimal structural improvements, abundant potential. Spring Branch Creek traverses the ranch with one spring-fed lake and numerous sites for additional water features. Ranch access by County Road frontage and paved private road. High fenced with native wildlife. Just minutes from Kerrville and Fredericksburg. Build your corporate lodge, year `round estate, or weekend cabin, with creek front and Hill Country views. Development potential.
$11,250,000  •  630 acres
Located in Gillespie County just 15 minutes north of Fredericksburg with frontage on Ranch Road 965, turn-key Comanche Rock Ranch offers a full range of Hill Country possibilities on ±630 beautiful acres adjacent to Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. Its proximity to Enchanted Rock ensures high traffic and visibility for those interested in generating income. Its size ensures privacy and seclusion for those seeking respite and relaxation. Moving from the south to the north, the terrain changes from gently rolling open fields and hay meadows dotted with majestic oaks to craggy granite rock outcrops and ridges amidst native oak trees and browse species that make up exceptional wildlife habitat. The ranch has several agricultural fields that have been utilized as wildlife food plots; one has been converted to a test vineyard that appears to be very promising. The northern section, which includes ±425 acres containing six bulk protein feeders, twelve blinds and fourteen spin feeders, has been intensively managed for trophy native whitetails since the mid-90s. It is operated under a MLDP-Level III permit. There are 6 bulk feeders, 12 spin feeders and 12 hunting blinds. Trophy axis and blackbuck also roam the hills. For the past 9 years, hunting has been limited to family and friends. Prior to that the ranch was a commercial hunting operation and could be easily transitioned back. The southern section, which encompasses ±208 acres, is home to axis deer, rare white elk, trophy whitetail deer, a small goat herd as well as many acres of lovely hay fields. Enchanted Rock dominates the viewshed. The Hill Country icon is showcased from many different locations and perspectives throughout the property. The majority of the ranch is high-fenced and easily accessible on a network of improved roads. Sandy Creek runs through the northwest corner of Comanche Rock Ranch and 6 stock ponds provide surface water. Several active springs along the drainage areas hold water throughout the year. In addition, Comanche Rock Ranch has water rights to a deep well across RR965 and has 5 water wells (3 active) within its perimeter. There is also a limestone rock-lined underground water cistern on the north property. Five large-capacity aboveground water storage tanks to serve the ranch compounds and several water troughs provide additional watering holes for animals. The ranch features a north and south headquarters, which offer limitless potential for a private or commercial retreat. The centerpiece of the north headquarters is the custom-designed home, built in 1998-99, and located on a ridge to take full advantage of the views of Enchanted Rock. Thick limestone walls and high ceilings hearken back to the area’s pioneer roots, while the longleaf pine beams and custom trim and hardwood floors and custom cabinetry add warmth. The main house features an open kitchen with commercial appliances and textured native stone countertops, a huge living room with a soaring fireplace, a glassed-in corner room that could be a second bedroom, a screened porch dining room overlooking the yard and pool areas. The master suite not only includes a bath, but a lovely screened sun porch with windows framing Enchanted Rock. A home office and laundry room complete this home. Rock walkways connect the house to the nearby pool and patio area with sweeping views of Enchanted Rock. An adjacent, self-contained chinked cedar cabin serves as a separate guest house. The hunting lodge, which is a converted vintage barn that was recently remodeled, anchors a separate compound. In addition to 3 downstairs bedrooms with 3 private baths, the second-story bunkhouse can sleep up to 8 people in 4 beds with trundles. The second-story also has a kitchenette with a stove and refrigerator, a gathering space and bath facilities. The lodge has a large downstairs living room/game room and full kitchen as well as an outdoor gathering area with a gazebo, barbecue area, swimming pool fire pit and games such as horseshoes, washers and darts. The original farmhouse dating back to the early 20th century delivers additional lodging for either guests or staff. It is currently occupied by the ranch manager’s family and the ranch office is in a separate building adjacent to the home. An old country store transported from Central Texas provides a perfect gathering spot for hunters and sightseeing guests. It has a game processing area as well as a walk-in cooler and provides ample storage space for equipment. At the southern headquarters, the 4-5 bedroom/3-bath main house is built on the limestone bones of a circa 1900 German farmhouse and nestled into a beautiful grove of oak trees. The expansive house features a downstairs master suite, a large kitchen, 2 large living rooms, 2 upstairs bedrooms and 1-2 downstairs bedrooms (one was previously used as a study). The home also has an upstairs room off the attic that could be used for an office or a supplemental storage/closet area. The pool and patio area is the centerpiece of the outdoor gathering area with a panorama of gorgeous Hill Country views. A small house, adjacent to the barn, could be updated and utilized for additional guests or staff. As a former equestrian property, the compound also includes a horse barn and stalls as well as a round pen, a roping facility and a 40’ x 200’ equipment storage barn. This property has a bulk storage grain silo, 2 bulk protein feeders and multiple gravity/well-fed watering troughs. Comanche Rock Ranch’s potential as a personal retreat or a commercial enterprise is limited only by the new owner’s imagination. Come make the most of Hill Country living. Call Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815 to experience the potential of Comanche Rock Ranch, priced at $9.95 million.
Contact for Price  •  624 acres
Minutes to historic Medina and only 45 minutes to San Antonio, this property has giant cypress trees lining the bank of the 1 mile of sought-after, crystal-clear Medina River with waterfalls, deep holes and rapids. The property has one of the largest native river pecan bottoms with giant pecan trees. There are big valleys, panoramic hilltops, three stock tanks, cliffs and bluffs and a great road system. Then, add a unique 1,600-square-foot, restored antique log cabin built by Timber & Stone Builders of Fredericksburg. It offers one large bedroom, a stone bath and fireplace, bunk loft, porch and all hand-hewn beams and antique fixtures. There is a 40? x 60? equipment/workshop/barn and a 100? x 60? restored W. Pennsylvania Amish barn with hand-hewn timbers with office, bunkroom and bath. There are wildlife taxes; a ranch management plan in place by Texas A&M University; great fences; two paved roads; lots of wildlife; and only more to come and see! Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.
$6,395,000  •  450 acres
450± Acres in Gillespie County just minutes to Fredericksburg, Kerrville and only 45 minutes to San Antonio! Paved access with private end of the road privacy! Both sides of crystal clear, rock bottom creek with awesome rock formations and limestone bluffs! Great trees, Hill Country views and lots of wildlife! This is what everyone wants but cannot find!! Truly for the rare and unique quality minded! Call Jeff Soele 210-705-4013.
Contact for Price  •  375 acres
Located within the heart of the Texas Hill Country, This plus-or-minus 375 acre ranch offers tremendous views, incredible topography, giant hardwood trees, and a vibrant spring that provides water to the entire parcel. Located just four miles north of Sisterdale, Texas the ranch is near the Hill Country communities of Fredericksburg and Boerne—a location far enough away from big-city sprawl, but still within easy driving distance of city amenities. The ranch is steeped in local history. Formerly owned by Hondo Crouch—the man who dreamed up Luckenbach, according to Texas Monthly magazine –the property is legendary as the place where Crouch would entertain guests such as Jerry Jeff Walker to write songs around the campfire. Crouch and his friends turned Luckenbach from a failing post office stop to a thriving tourism destination with nationwide name recognition thanks to the likes of Willy, Waylon, and the boys that played there. This property is offered numerous building sites atop the towering hills, the ranch boasts views in every direction. Accessed via a paved road, ingress and egress is fast and easy. The creek beds are served by the vibrant spring, providing great potential for dams along the seasonal creek beds that wind through the tract. Wildlife of all kinds roams the property, including whitetail, axis deer, aoudad, fallow, sika, and wild hogs—providing great hunting opportunities. Few opportunities such as this one are available to the discerning Texas Hill Country ranch buyer, but this amazing Sisterdale property awaits a visionary new owner to build his or her dream upon this historic, incredible land. For more information and to schedule your private tour, contact Duperier Texas Land Man today.
$2,095,000  •  293 acres
293± Acres in Blanco County minutes to Johnson City, Stonewall, Fredericksburg, and only 45 minutes to San Antonio or Austin! Paved access with electric gate entry. Awesome views of the Texas Hill Country with giant trees and lots of variety! Cozy 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch home set among giant trees and sitting back off the road with lots of quiet and privacy, just what you're looking for! Good water well, nice barn, and lots of wildlife! This is a good one and a package hard to beat for the money. Better hurry, won't last! Call Jeff Soele (210) 705-4013
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$2,300,000  •  270.36 acres
Magnificent high fenced ranch only one hour to Austin. The property is located near Kempner and is a short 20-minute drive to Lampasas. The varied topography gives the land a lot of character and a feel of being bigger than it is. Elevations range from 1,020 to 880 feet. There are multiple sites with big hill country views. A seasonal creek meanders through the land and feeds a large pond. Catches of bass over 8 pounds have been reported. There is excellent tree cover consisting of live oak, Spanish oak, elm, pecan, mesquite, and juniper. The ranch has been part of the Wounded Warrior program and the owner has brought in superior genetics that have produced 200+ class bucks. The main home is around 100 years old and has been updated and expanded. There are 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, metal roof, CACH, rocked fireplace with wood burning insert, and Fredericksburg style stone exterior. The guest cabin has 1 bedroom, 1 bath, a large living/kitchen room, and metal roof. Other improvements include a wood frame office, a workshop, and a 3,600 sq ft metal barn with 220v and two 12x 14 rollup bay doors. The Harmony Ranch is would make a perfect legacy ranch, hunting/recreation ranch, or a corporate retreat. Contact listing agents Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 or Mike Bacon 512-940-8800.
$2,040,200  •  255.36 acres
Mountain View Ranch: 255 acres located in Llano County between Putman Mountain, Prairie Mountain and House Mountain about 20 miles southwest of Llano and 20 miles northwest of Fredericksburg. The ranch offers fantastic views of the surrounding mountains, several seasonal creeks, nice hardwoods and great hunting. Terrain: Ranch has deep sandy loam clay soils with numerous granite outcroppings. Several seasonal creeks meander through the ranch to provide great water features about 8 to 9 months of the year. 3,100 feet +/- of both sides of Left Hand Creek traverses the north portion of the ranch. Low water dams could enhance the current water features. A good road system is in place with many other trails to access all parts of the ranch. New fencing has been completed on 3 sides in addition to an aggressive cactus, bee brush and cedar removal program. Mountain View Ranch has multiple hardwoods: Cedar Elm, Post Oak, Live Oak and Mesquite. Water: In addition to the natural creeks there are 3 water wells. 1 at the cabin (yield unknown), windmill (yield unknown), and 1 on the south side of the ranch (100 feet deep & 20 GPM). Improvements: Cabin (high quality), fully appointed and renovated in 2008. The 1BR/1BA 1,088 SF cottage is equipped with central air/heat, gas stove and cook top, Direct TV, and covered patio. The cottage comes fully furnished excluding some personal items, artwork, and some equipment. Pole Barn (3 bay) is present for equipment, ATVs, etc. Three deer blinds and five deer feeders also convey with the sale. Wildlife: Whitetail deer, Aoudad, Turkey, Dove and feral hogs. The ranch has an abundance of game due to the existence of great cover, good surface water, good native grasses and wildflowers. Summary: Ranch has great access off RR2323 with 2 entrances and 3,057 feet +/- paved frontage. It is conveniently located close to Fredericksburg and Llano. If you are in the market for a ranch that has breathtaking views, great surface and ground water, good hardwoods, granite outcroppings, wildflowers, native grasses, and lots of wildlife, THIS IS IT. Pricing: 255.36 acres @ $7,500/ac=$1,915,200 Improvements $125,000 $2,040,200
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$13,900,000  •  251.23 acres
This "Tuscany meets Texas" exquisite inspired villa is nestled behind the trees of 251 gorgeous acres just 6 miles from Fredericksburg. The home emanates luxury and comfort in the Texas Hill Country with an overall sense of quiet escape. With its stunning, one-of-a-kind Italian inspired architecture, the home flows from room to room where the attention to every detail has been mastered and the marvelous panoramic views over Honey Creek are seen from multiple rooms and patios. Its truly a taste of Italy in Fredericksburg.
Contact for Price  •  233 acres
Wow, this 233-acre live water ranch is just minutes to historic Fredericksburg in Gillespie County and only 45 minutes to San Antonio. It looks good now, even in a drought, and features both sides of crystal-clear rock-bottom creek with several waterfalls and a dam that makes this a rare find. A charming and cozy, fairly new, rock, two-bedroom, two-bath home with a granite kitchen overlooks this private, game-fenced sanctuary with many super exotics. There is also a late 1800s rock homestead that could be restored, an old barn, good roads, nice equipment barn and more that you must come and see.
$4,250,000  •  202 acres
The Jenschke Lane Farm is large and diverse enough to give a sense of privacy while also providing excellent access, multiple home sites with incredible views, and a fantastic location amidst this booming region of the Hill Country. The farm primarily consists of gently rolling savanna-woodlands studded with huge Post Oaks and Spanish Oaks with areas of historic and active cultivation nestled into the picturesque Hill Country farm scenery.
$2,995,000  •  180 acres
180± Acres near sought after Medina, Texas and the "silk stocking" area of the Texas Hill Country! Only 1 hour to San Antonio and minutes to Kerrville or Fredericksburg!!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath main home overlooking your own private, crystal-clear, Cypress tree lined lake with literally hundreds of Cypress trees!!! THe home features a fireplace and loft. Then add both sides of TWO rock-bottom, crystal-clear, Cypress tree lined creeks, 2 dams, a swimming pool, tennis court, lighted trap/skeet range, a 4BR/2BA guest house, a guest cabin with fireplace, awesome metal barn/workshop, a hay barn, an equipment barn, paved ranch roads, electric gate entry with paved access, great bottom land with a Pecan orchard with approximately 50± trees, game fencing and plenty of exotic wildlife including Elk, Axis Deer, Blackbuck Antelope, sheep plus plenty of native Whitetail Deer, hogs and turkey, and so much more for you to imagine!!! This rare find is hard to duplicate!!! Seller will owner finance and maybe trade! Call Jeff Soele (210) 705-4013
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$2,550,000  •  145 acres
The Overlook Ranch is a stunning 145± acres just 1.6 miles from the outskirts of Kerrville, Texas, within Kerr County. The ranch derives its name from its unique views of Kerrville from multiple locations spanning the property. The ever-flowing spring is a fantastic attribute that could be enhanced into a beautiful lake should the new owner wish to have an ultra-clear swimming hole on their property. With over 3,000 feet of Highway 16 frontage, the property offers the developer opportunity with many homesites and potential entrances and exits. Wildlife flourishes on Overlook with varying free-ranging species of both native and exotic game; mouflon, axis, sika, and whitetail deer to name a few of the local residents. The property sports a labyrinth of bat caves that exist upon one of the hillsides, which, according to the current owner(s), can be quite extraordinary at certain times of the year. With the multiple broad hilltops and valleys, the Overlook Ranch is sure to meet the needs of a single owner homesite or developer. All who wish to enjoy the property will have everything that is available with the nearby amenities in the towns of Fredericksburg and Kerrville. San Antonio is also just a short hour-long drive away. Should someone hope to find a well-located hill country property with tremendous future opportunity, the Overlook Ranch is a definite must-see! Co-listed with Henson Land and Ranch. The Facts: ~ 145± acres ~ Views of Kerrville ~ Kerr County ~ 1.672 Miles from I-10 ~ 4 miles from Kerrville golf course ~ 13 miles from Kerr County Airport ~ 20 miles from Fredericksburg ~ 65 miles from San Antonio ~ 3,170 feet of Highway 16 frontage ~ Highest elevation 2,020 feet ~ Lowest elevation 1,920 feet ~ 1,960 to 1,980 foot homesites ~ An ever-flowing spring ~ Free-range wildlife (whitetail, axis, sika, and mouflon) ~ Bat caves (guano mining potential) ~ Agricultural exemption
Contact for Price  •  142 acres
The TEXAS HILL COUNTRY was forever changed for the better thanks to the efforts of one of its most famous sons -- President Lyndon B. Johnson. Part of his legacy includes his almost Herculean efforts to bring electricity to the rural landowners near his family's hometown of Stonewall, Texas. Later, his family's ranching enterprise encompassed thousands of acres of land between Johnson City and Stonewall. While much of that land was eventually incorporated into the US National Park, parts of his family's ranchland was kept private and some of it has been transferred to other landowners over the years. Now this historic plus-or-minus 142 acre property that was part of that Johnson heritage is now available as the "Big Sky Ranch" in Blanco County, Texas. The hilltops of the Big Sky Ranch provide long-range views in every direction, including sweeping panoramic vistas from one of the tallest peaks in Blanco County. With over 200 feet in elevation change from peak to valley, the ranch has incredible topography, unique improvements, and endless opportunities to enjoy this HILL COUNTRY masterpiece. Located just minutes from Blanco and Johnson City, 25 minutes to Fredericksburg, and an hour to San Antonio or Austin, the ranch is situated in the heart of the Texas hill country. This property is gated and fenced and boasts an excellent all-weather road system that provides access to every corner of the ranch. Ponds, large mature oak trees, rolling hills, and native grassland pastures contribute to the ecosystem that is home to numerous species of wildlife and game animals. Improvements include an exceptional 2,160 square foot main house perched atop of one of the towering hills, allowing for views in every direction. This three-bedroom, two-bath home has several outdoor porches to take in those vistas, and the vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows provide a vantage point to enjoy the scenery from indoors, too. Three rock fireplaces, wood flooring, and updated kitchen and bathrooms are some of the features found within this home. The property also boasts a 12,000 square foot climate-controlled building with concrete floors, office, bathrooms, kitchen, workshop, and studio. The movable walls can support multiple configurations and uses such as a vintage car display, wine storage, warehouse, or event venue. Thanks to its coveted location, exceptional ecology, and unique quality improvements, the Big Sky Ranch offers almost endless opportunities and options for a new owner to enjoy and share this historic part of the Texas hill country. For more information or for your chance to tour this property, contact Duperier Texas Land Man.
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Contact for Price  •  139 acres

Between Comfort and Fredericksburg Live Water through the middle, hilltop views, paved road frontage, great interior road, fields and woods, lots of Axis deer and great birding. This ranch has a little of everything! The hilltops offer 280 degree views across pristine Hill Country. There are multiple building sites on the ranch perfect for a weekend retreat, fulltime residence or winery and vineyard. The Old No9 ranch is great for horses, swimming, and hiking. Not far from San Antonio and Austin and real close to Fredericksburg. Just down the road from The Old Tunnel State Park and Alamo Springs Café. Hurry!
Contact for Price  •  124 acres
Please note: Prospective buyers must be qualified and provide supporting documentation in the form of a Pre-Qualification letter or providing other proof of funds. This is refined living in the Texas Hill country. Situated at the end of a paved road, Springhaven Ranch is a private Hill Country Oasis offering elegant estate-style living just 15 miles east of Fredericksburg, Texas in the center of the wine corridor. Main House The main home is 2,743 sf Texas Hill Country Modern home overlooking a patio and pool. The design is built around the Marvin Integrity windows which provide natural light to nearly every side of the house. The beauty of owning a nice ranch is that you don’t have to worry about neighbors peering in, and the landscape is something you own, so it’s worth enjoying at all times. The house has 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms divided by a door into a main home and an attached 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom guest area. It’s located just 15 miles east of Fredericksburg Texas, just outside of the 290 wine corridor. It’s 70 miles from both Austin and San Antonio. The patio was oriented to capture the prevailing southerly breeze which keeps it shaded and cool during the summer months. The guest room has its own exterior entrance to allow for ideal privacy when the in-laws are around, or give them the option of staying in one of the separate buildings. The three-car garage was especially designed to accomodate large trucks and ATV-type vehicles, with a unique passthrough that allows you to drive straight through and out into the open range. It’s fully insulated and has a floored attic for all the gear you seem to be collecting. Outbuildings All the buildings are connected to each other and to the main entrance by a paved roadway. The walking distance manufactured home is a recently remodeled 2 bedroom with a single bath. It has a small kitchen for the early birds to keep the egg-cooking to themselves. The bunkhouse structure stands beyond the manufactured home near the equipment barn. It has its own bathroom, 2 bunk beds and an outdoor shower. It’s nice enough to house the family, but fully embraces the rustic aesthetic needed to capture the imaginations of small hunting party. If the walls could tell stories, most of them would be about big antlers and the one that got away. Water Water water everywhere and only 30,000 gallons to drink (if you like the taste of rainwater). The roof grabs and stores the rain in a collection system that has never been below 80% full. There are two main ponds which gather the runoff from surrounding fields. The largest is 3.5 acres in size and the smaller is under one acre, but feeds from a natural spring. Both have populations of largemouth bass and bluegill. The ranch has two water wells (14gpm and 32gpm) to provide subsidy to the rainfall, if needed. If swimming in the pond isn’t your thing, then there’s the pool just off the patio which has a motorized cover to keep it clean. Landscape & Wildlife Because there’s water, there’s wildlife. Between the deer feeders, the hunting blinds, and livestock pens, domestic and wild animals are both options. There are two large herds of Axis deer which roam the property on a daily basis, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, dove and a recently stocked population of quail. Predators like bobcats and grey foxes have been spotted as well, a good signal of a healthy ecosystem in the area. The elevations on the property range from 1600 to 1700 feet above sea level with a mix of wooded and open field terrain. The juniper has been selectively removed to allow the healthy growth of the Live Oak, Cedar Elm and Red Oak tree populations. There are plenty of homes for the local songbirds to find their nests! Sustainability Beyond the rainwater collection, the home features a solar array of 25 panels which are net-grid tied to the regional power supplier. The house means minimizing overheating in the summer and keeping the prevailing breeze running through the patio and pool areas. The majority of the lighting is LED to preserve power usage and spray foam insulation keeps the home tight and the cool air inside where it belongs. Disclaimer This entire Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice and approval of purchase by the Seller. Information regarding land classifications and acreages are intended only as general guidelines and have been obtained from sources deemed reliable; however, accuracy is not warranted or guaranteed by the Seller or Mark Harman, broker/owner Harman Ranches, LLC. Prospective Buyers should verify all information to their sole and complete satisfaction including but not limited to verification of taxes, accounts, descriptions, schools, zoning, restrictions, easements and square footages. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY – DO NOT TRESPASS. Please contact Mark Harman in advance for all showings which are subject to property limitations. Buyer’s brokers/agents must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allocated full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Harman Ranches, LLC.
$630,700  •  106 acres
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Tract 1 - 106+/- acre tracts in the Texas Hill Country and located in the Deer Capital of Texas, Llano, Texas. This beautiful ranch has been in the same family since the 1930s. Its been primarily used as a hunting ranch and therefore is unimproved land with plenty of natural cover for wildlife. This ranch is prime to keep as a hunting and recreational property that is reasonably located to many Central Texas cities. You can also easily run cattle or build your dream hill country ranch home. WILDLIFE *This property holds an abundance of wildlife, including whitetail deer, turkey and dove. *Hogs and predator species can provide year around hunting opportunities. SURFACE WATER *Rhodes Creek, a wet weather creek, is located on Tract 1. TOPOGRAPHY *The topography is primarily level to gently sloping with 60+/- of elevation change across the ranch. *Scattered granite outcroppings. *The varied terrain is easily accessed by a minimal pasture road system. PLANTS/SOIL *The property consists of open pastures with scattered oaks and mesquites which provide ample habitat for the wildlife. *Most of the ranch is covered with native grass pastures. *The soil is primarily Castell sandy loam and Keese coarse sandy loam. UTILITIES/SERVICES/WELLS *Power provided by Central Texas Electric Coop. FINANCIAL *2019 property taxes were $221.64 for the entire 212 acres. *All minerals owned by seller shall convey to buyer. *The ranch is ag exempt. MISCELLANOUS *No deed restrictions. *Llano ISD Schools. *Existing hunting lease will be terminated prior to closing. *Tract 1 Austin MLS# 1555731, Tract 2 Austin MLS# 8109892 15 minutes to Hwy 16 & Hwy 29 in Llano, 20 minutes to Mason, 44 minutes to Burnet, 50 minutes to Fredericksburg, 82 minutes to Georgetown and 88 minutes to South Austin. ****No one shall enter the property without prior approval.**** ****All buyers must be accompanied by their agent or broker.****
$651,900  •  106 acres
Under Contract
Tract 2 - 106+/- acre tracts in the Texas Hill Country and located in the Deer Capital of Texas, Llano, Texas. This beautiful ranch has been in the same family since the 1930s. Its been primarily used as a hunting ranch and therefore is unimproved land with plenty of natural cover for wildlife. This ranch is prime to keep as a hunting and recreational property that is reasonably located to many Central Texas cities. You can also easily run cattle or build your dream hill country ranch home. WILDLIFE *This property holds an abundance of wildlife, including whitetail deer, turkey and dove. *Hogs and predator species can provide year around hunting opportunities. SURFACE WATER *Tract 2 has two stock ponds. TOPOGRAPHY *The topography is primarily level to gently sloping with 60+/- of elevation change across the ranch. *Scattered granite outcroppings. *The varied terrain is easily accessed by a minimal pasture road system. PLANTS/SOIL *The property consists of open pastures with scattered oaks and mesquites which provide ample habitat for the wildlife. *Most of the ranch is covered with native grass pastures. *The soil is primarily Castell sandy loam and Keese coarse sandy loam. UTILITIES/SERVICES/WELLS *One existing well on Tract 2 with a functional windmill. *Power provided by Central Texas Electric Coop. FINANCIAL *2019 property taxes were $221.64 for the entire 212 acres. *All minerals owned by seller shall convey to buyer. *The ranch is ag exempt. MISCELLANOUS *No deed restrictions. *Llano ISD Schools. *Existing hunting lease will be terminated prior to closing. *Tract 1 Austin MLS# 1555731, Tract 2 Austin MLS# 8109892 15 minutes to Hwy 16 & Hwy 29 in Llano, 20 minutes to Mason, 44 minutes to Burnet, 50 minutes to Fredericksburg, 82 minutes to Georgetown and 88 minutes to South Austin. ****No one shall enter the property without prior approval.**** ****All buyers must be accompanied by their agent or broker.****
$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).
Contact for Price  •  69 acres
These 69.1 acres with ?touch the sky? views are in a great location! This ready-to-go rare find is minutes to Blanco and Fredericksburg and only 55 minutes to Austin or San Antonio airports. The property includes a fabulous, hilltop, two-bedroom, two-bath rustic ranch home with an awesome two-story rock fireplace. The ranch house features a porch with a view you must see for yourself. Then, add gorgeous manicured land, big oaks, lots of dirt, three stock tanks, a 12-acre hay field, nice barn with pipe pens and a storage area. This property is ready to go with electricity, water, full fencing and cross-fencing, paved access with electric gate, ag taxes and more you can only imagine until you see it in person! This is great for horses, cattle and recreation with lots of wildlife. This is truly one of the best I have seen in awhile. Do not miss this one! Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.
$2,500,000  •  67 acres
This 67-acre commuter estate in Kendall County is just minutes to Sisterdale or Boerne, and only 35 minutes to San Antonio or historic Fredericksburg! A one-of-a-kind, spectacular, three-story, multi-level, 8,900-square-foot, white limestone ranch home features two fabulous master suites, four additional bedrooms, six baths, a gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, exercise room, sauna, two offices, a library/music room, state-of-the-art theater room, three fireplaces, a formal area that features 22-foot ceilings with Texas timber and far too many more amenities to list! The ranch also features a 44' x 20' pool with waterfall, a hot tub, outdoor kitchen, large deck with a skeet thrower, glass greenhouse, garden area, three-bedroom, one-bath foreman?s house, one-bedroom, one-bath bunkhouse, two workshops, 70' x 100' show barn with a hay loft, a shed, 20' x 55' workshop/RV storage, two wells, a rare irrigation well (200 gpm) with underground piping for 10 acres of irrigation, paved drive, two electric gates, great fencing with several traps, wildlife galore with axis deer and a seasonal creek. This is a rare and unique place with good usable land that is quite and private?a great all-around ranch with lots of character. $1,995,000.