106.23 acres in Lampasas County, Texas
BIG PRICE REDUCTION:
The Land & Vegetation: Gently rolling pastures of coastal Bermuda grass with some large oak trees. The west end is bordered by the Colorado River for about 1471 feet. This is a good, long hole of water. Massive oaks, pecans and cottonwoods shade the entire length of the river bank. There are two good access points to the rivers edge. The ranch is completely fenced and there are two cross-fences, plus the barn area is fenced.
There are some really nice home building sites with great views.
Number of Tanks (Ponds): None
Number of Wells: 1 Depth: 60 ft. GPM: Unknown Storage tanks: Yes, 1
The water well has an electric submersible pump and in good working condition.
Public Water System: Meter on the Lometa Rural Water System
Other: 1,471.79 feet of frontage on the Colorado River
Electricity Provider: Hamilton County Electric Coop
Buildings: Large metal barn and shed. The concrete slab floor is 40 x 80. One-half (40x40) is fully enclosed with overhead drive-through doors on each end. The other half has a pitched roof with open walls and is used for parking a 31 Jayco 2008 model travel trailer, which will also convey with the property. Full RV hookups are there and include a septic system, electricity and water.
Wildlife: Whitetail deer; Turkey; Dove; Fishing