122 acres in Llano County, Texas
The entrance gate is on the west side of the low-water crossing of Bullhead Creek on CR 106, a couple miles west of FM 2323. From the gate the land slopes gently upward away from the creek and undulates higher for a very nice view of the surrounding countryside. The property is mostly open grasslands with a scattering of large live oaks some mesquite; heavier tree cover along the creek and ponds. The perimeter of the property is fenced except along one stretch where this property is being severed from a larger parcel and there are several cross fences to facilitate stock rotation. Most of the grassland is coastal Bermuda with the exception of one 30 acre field of Love grass. The fields have been terraced for soil and water conservation. Stock tanks (ponds) have been built along a natural waterway to capture and provide surface water to stock and wildlife. Even though there are no water wells or utilities or structures on the property at this time, there are several awesome sites to build a home on the ranch. The sandy soil will have a definite appeal to horse people. Purchasing the wooded 24 acres on the hill with big oak trees and granite outcroppings is optional. The price can be reduced by $132,000 if Buyer elects not to purchase this tract. The above map is drawn to include the 24 acres.