Who wouldn't want to own a ranch like this? Gently rolling hills with hundreds of mature oak and elm trees interspersed with open grassland gives this ranch a park-like quality. There are so many potential home sites it would be hard to decide where to build your dream home. Much of the underbrush has been cleared but areas have been left untouched to provide habitat for white tail deer, wild turkeys and other wildlife. A seasonal creek runs through the northeast part of the ranch and is densely populated with huge pecan trees forming a natural "pecan bottom." The area is over-grown now but at one time, kids played in the water running over the old concrete slab where the road once crossed the creek. The creek and the surrounding terrain offer the possibility of building a pond/tank to capture the rainwater run-off. The windmill over the water well has been replaced with a solar pump system. The old water tower is still used to make sure there is plenty of water available for livestock as well as wildlife. Electricity is available nearby. The property currently receives an Agricultural Use Tax Exemption. This is not part of a subdivision; there is no POA nor are there seller imposed restrictions. It is part of a cattle ranch owned by the same family for generations. However, almost a mile of frontage on paved FM 963 so close to Burnet makes subdividing an attractive possibility. Burnet is a popular tourist town located 60 miles NW of Austin and a short drive from Lake Buchanan, Inks Lake and Lake LBJ known as the Highland Lakes. This area of Central Texas is well known for many recreational activities such as golf, boating, fishing, camping and sightseeing. It is also listed in the top 3 areas of the country for retirement. The mild climate, small town charm, availability of schools, health care providers and a hospital, shopping, art galleries, museums, wineries and so much more make this a very attractive area to live. Call today for an appointment to see this one for yourself!