100 acres in San Saba County, Texas
The convenient location just 2.3 miles north of Hwy. 190 on an all-weather county maintained road is only one of the many attractions this place has to offer. The east end (about 20 acres) of the property nearest the county road is fairly level and has a small field and an area of thick young mesquite that serves as a buffer from the county road. A cross fence separates the east end of the ranch from the rougher west side which is very hilly and is heavily covered in brush, trees and other native pasture growth. Several tanks (stock ponds) have been constructed to take advantage of the natural draws created by the hills. Two of the tanks are still holding water even though we are in the grips of the worst drought in almost a hundred years. There are food plots planted in the bottom of the west end. The combination of field and food plots, hills and draws, brush and water provides very good habitat for deer, turkey, quail and dove and of course, feral hogs.
A new wooden barn is being converted to a one room living space with a sleeping loft and bathroom. Construction is not quite finished but is useable and makes a handy place to stay while enjoying the property. Electricity service and water from the rural water supply is at the barn. Telephone service available at the county road.
Whether you are looking for a great place to build a home or for a get-away recreational property, this one deserves your consideration.