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$3,999,000  •  435 acres
435 plus acre Rocky River Ranch Location: This is that hard to find place you've been looking for! 41 miles to downtown Austin, an hour and 20 from loop 1604 in San Antonio and just 8 miles from Johnson City. It's the Perfect Location just minutes from amenities like Pedernales Falls State Park, Good Texas Dance Halls, a Real grocery store, restaurants and WINE, WINE and more WINE with vineyards and tasting rooms just minutes west of the Ranch. Fredericksburg's wine region LBJ State Park and Fast-Growing Dripping Springs are all within 20-30 minutes of the gate. Property Description: This ranch has spectacular views, Huge Old Oaks and Cedar Elms shade the land some cedar has been left as cover for game. Fertile well drained soil sets this one apart and makes it very horse friendly and tillable (see wine). The surrounding neighborhood has some of most well-known High-End ranches in the Hill Country of which many are in Conservation easements insuring the setting for future generations. This is NOT the cedar infested rocky stuff with thin soil that you have come to believe is all there is in the Hill Country. Nope, the size of this ranch packs a lot of diversity and that is what sets it apart. It has 3700 ft road frontage but maintains a quiet setting without a lot of road noise. There are three nice hilltops with a good elevation changes from about 1280 ft down to 1000 with beautiful 360-degree views of the Pedernales River Valley and best of all you aren't looking at rooftops. Great deer Hunting, turkey hunting and bird hunting awaits. This ranch is YOUR blank canvas. It has One water well and good fences making it an opportunity to own a fine piece of property that YOU can mold and create without paying for someone else's idea of "improvements". There are a couple of good spots to put in some tanks if one desires. This will be someone's Family Legacy Ranch. *For those desiring more acreage or potential Pedernales River and Creek Frontage please call the Broker for more information. Taxes: Property is agriculture exempt. Approximately $540/year History: It is currently a part of the famed Alonso Robinson Ranch which was established in 1838. Members of the Robinson family still own it. Robinson Road is named after him and the land that the State Park was once a part of the Ranch. *Brokerage Participation is encouraged. Buyer’s agent must be identified on first contact and MUST BE PRESENT at initial showing of the property in order to participate in the real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Adkins & Associates, Inc. Information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable, however, Adkins & Associates, Inc. its agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of the property from the market without prior notice and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify ALL information to their satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment or type of use, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination.
$2,935,500  •  285 acres
285 ± Acres 2,300± feet of paved frontage 75% brush and 25% pasture Massive Oak trees One Trinity water well Single phase electricity Wet-weather creeks Abundant native wildlife $2,935,500
$2,103,750  •  153 acres
LOCATION: This awesome, small farmstead lies one mile south of US 290, in the Texas Wine Corridor, at the end of a private easement off of paved Rocky Road near Johnson City. The area is comprised of small to medium sized working/recreational ranches, and there are no small tract subdivisions in the immediate area. Agriculture and outdoor recreation are primary activities, with livestock ranching, water recreation and hunting leading the way. LOCALE: This is 5 miles west of Johnson City, a growing small community offering restaurants, supplies, shops and basic services. The Texas Wine Corridor now encompasses dozens of wineries and tasting rooms lying along US 290 between Johnson City and Fredericksburg, and there appears to be no end in sight to the growth! Fredericksburg is 20 miles west, and includes a jet airport, regional hospital and world class shopping and dining with a Texas Hill Country flair. The famed Highland Lakes area with world class golf and multiple large ski lakes is but 30 minutes north. San Antonio and Austin, both major metropolitan areas with international airports and major medical centers, are a little over one hour away, and offer everything anyone could ever need. Property address: 1049 Rocky Fork Road, Hye, Texas 78636 ECOREGION: Rocky Creek Farm is located in the ecoregion of the Edwards Plateau Woodland. It contains the central part of the Edwards Plateau and receives sufficient rainfall to support woodland. The Edwards Plateau region comprises an area of central Texas commonly known as the Texas Hill Country. It is a land of many springs, stony hills, and steep canyons. The region is home to a whole host of rare plants and animals found nowhere else on earth. Average annual rainfall ranges from 15 to 34 inches. Rainfall is highest in May or June and September. Soils of the Edwards Plateau are usually shallow with a variety of surface textures. They are underlain by limestone. Elevations range from slightly less than 100 feet to over 3,000 feet above sea level. Several river systems dissect the surface, creating a rough and well-drained landscape. The limestone of the Edward's Plateau is honeycombed with thousands of caves. Beneath the eastern edge of the Plateau lies a hidden world of underground lakes known as the Edwards Aquifer. This precious water resource also is home to a number of curious creatures, such as the blind salamander. Today, the Edwards Plateau is characterized by grasslands, juniper/oak woodlands, and plateau live oak or mesquite savannah. Open grasslands and savannahs were more common in pre-settlement times than they are today. The grasslands of Ecoregion 30a are considered a southern extension of the mixed grass prairie, expressed as tallgrass or shortgrass dependent upon soil type, moisture availability, and grazing pressure. Grasses include little bluestem, Texas wintergrass, yellow Indiangrass, white tridens, Texas cupgrass, sideoats grama, seep muhly, and common curlymesquite. Ranching is the primary agricultural industry in the region. For more information, visit the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) at WATER: The farm is blessed with abundant water resources, highlighted by over ½ mile of both sides of spring-fed Rocky Creek, an area landmark. A well-designed concrete, drive-across dam backs water up over a quarter of a mile, creating one of the most scenic water features in the area. Over ones head in places, the creek offers excellent fishing, floating, rock skipping and swimming, and is lined by lazy, overhanging hardwoods including oak/pecan. Two water wells exist on site, and abundant groundwater is available in this area at varying depths. One well on site tested at 60 gpm. A seasonal spring emerges from a small canyon in the SW corner of the ranch, creating a nice pond on the neighbor’s property. For more information on area groundwater, contact the Blanco-Pedernales GCD ( LAND: This is a clean looking place with loads of potential, having 80% loamy or clay soils and very little cedar amongst a solid hardwood forest. The land lies flat along Rocky Creek to the west, and rises 80’ to a ridge and oak savannah that comprises the SE portion of the property. This level ground features scattered Live Oak and Post Oak cover, and is quite scenic, offering distant views to the south and west. The land falls to the west, with a clean, fertile field being the SE corner of the ranch, and an awesome bottom of oak/elm/pecan comprising the northern portion. Several cleared areas punctuate the bottom, which provides excellent shelter and habitat for both axis and whitetail deer, as well as hordes of Rio Grande turkeys. The fields are clean, and have potential for grapes, orchards, improved grasses or horses. IMPROVEMENTS: A cute stone farmhouse with 2/1 and CACH serves as the primary residence, and is situated near Rocky Creek amidst a towering canopy of oak/elm/pecan. The structure is clean and usable, and can sleep a family over a weekend nicely, and has a fenced yard. Two large, extremely interesting stone and wood barns are on site, one with living quarters. These large barns are very well built, and could be restored nicely. A set of cattle working pens is nearby, and the property is fenced with some cross fencing. SUMMARY: Rocky Creek Farm is one of the premier, smaller live water offerings ever in this area. The concrete dam is one of the most solid we’ve seen, and the water backed up behind it is first rate. The barns are simply awesome, the hardwood bottom is classic, and the fun factor is over the top. If you seek a combination of production, recreation, privacy and location in an affordable package, this is a must-see! FINANCIAL/TITLE: Listing Price is $13,750/acre = $2,103,750, cash to Seller, who will provide an acceptable survey and basic title insurance. There are no easements on site other than utility, and mineral rights can convey with an acceptable offer. A water use agreement with a neighbor terminates soon, ask broker for details. The property is located in the Johnson City ISD, is served by Pedernales Electric, and 2018 ag-exempt taxes were $662.61. The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer’s brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of LANDTX, David E. Culver, broker.
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.
$1,657,000  •  60 acres
Stony Brook Ranch is a gorgeous recreational property featuring over half a mile of Onion Creek, hilltop views, open pastures, and wooded trails. Use it as a weekend getaway, or build your dream home just 10 miles from popular Dripping Springs, and 35 miles from downtown Austin.
$1,482,000  •  57 acres
$1,596,000 • Under Contract
57 acres with 1,557 +/- feet frontage on US Highway 290 is available. The property is 1,440 feet deep and fairly flat with terracing and elevations of 1,440-1,460. It is located 5.2 miles west of Johnson City and 4.2 miles east of Hye in Blanco County. Neighboring water wells range from 18GPM-30GPM-50GPM-100GPM-200GPM. Electricity runs on the north west corner of the property. A new entrance off of Hwy 290 has been completed. An additional new entrance would require TXDOT approval. The property is offered as a whole (57 acres)or it can be purchased in two separate tracts; 32 acres at $30,000 per acre and/or 25 acres at $30,000 per acre. Deed restrictions and access to electricity would have to be addressed at that time. The property has a great mix of old live oaks, blackjack and post oaks. The numerous oak motts add a good diversity to the open fields (27 ac) and exceptional views of the surrounding hill sides perfect for a home or winery. The ranch has great frontage in the fastest growing area of the Hill Country, the Texas Wine Trail.
$1,300,000  •  12 acres
Your slice of Hill Country paradise awaits you at this gated 12-acre estate, located between Marble Falls and Johnson City. Set among rolling farmlands, the property boasts a stunning contemporary custom home, a 6-acre vineyard, a large barn and a studio apartment perfect for guests or a caretaker. The 3,029+/- square-foot, architect–designed home was built for energy efficiency and is ‘solar ready.’ Featuring expansive views from every room, large, covered patio, gourmet kitchen and wine cellar. Fenced. Ag Exempt.