Located in the southeast quarter of San Saba County a little bit north of the Llano County line and insulated on all sides by other low-fenced, large acreage ranches has a lot to do with the superior hunting opportunities this ranch offers. Ownership by the same family for generations assures range quality. The terrain is rugged with high hills cut by deep draws but also has level pastureland. The ranch is all native pasture with a heavy cover of mesquite, cedar, bush persimmon, live oak and post oak trees interspersed with open grassy areas. The ranch is excellent hunting country for deer, turkey, hogs and doves and also makes a good cattle ranch. The perimeter fences are old but adequate to turn livestock. The ranch is cross-fenced into 2 pastures. One water well with a windmill provides water for livestock and wildlife. There is a stock tank (pond) in the front pasture but it is currently dry. The chances of drilling a water well and getting good and plentiful water in this area is excellent. Electric lines cross the ranch. An old barn and set of working pens are the only improvements. Highway frontage on FM 501 between Bend and Cherokee make access easy. If you are looking for a ranch in an excellent location that would be great for agricultural, residential or recreational purposes this is it!