Simpson Creek Farm
The price is negotiable!
This is a very unique property in many ways! It is conveniently located just about 1 mile east of the San Saba city limits where access is by way of a narrow fenced lane that connects the property to US Hwy 190. (The lane is part of the property and not an easement.) A few hundred feet from the highway, the lane connects with the main body of the property. About 90 acres are fertile cultivated land that is currently used to raise wheat and hay crops. The rest of the land is beautiful creek bottomland where Simpson Creek and Barnett Branch traverse and then join together before exiting the property. Dozens of giant Pecan trees are scattered over the bottomland. The creeks are mostly seasonal, but usually hold water in holes year-round. The upland area would make a good location to build a home or cabin. Electricity is available and well water is generally attainable in this area.
The farm land is currently planted in wheat and the ranch has an active lease.
The native wildlife includes Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Dove and occasionally some feral hogs.
Its convenient location and versatility makes this property very desirable.
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If there is another broker/agent representing the buyer, they must accompany the buyer at the initial and all other showings of the property in order to share equally in the commission. Thank you.