132.92 acres in San Saba County, Texas
PROPERTY TAXES: 2012 taxes: $210.53 with ag exemption
MINERAL INTERESTS: 100% are owned by the seller and will convey one-half royalty and all executive rights.
The land is gently rolling with a good mix of large Post Oak trees, Mesquite; a few Junipers; Crabapple and several varieties of brush. There are a couple of massive Plains Cottonwood trees and some huge Pecan trees. On the back side of the property there is a small Pecan orchard with 100+ trees that has been neglected for several years, but generally produces good pecans for personal use and wildlife food. There is also a large grove of Persimmon trees. The variety of trees and brush are excellent sources of food for the wildlife.
Cottonwood Creek traverses the property. The creek is not your typical creek. It is very wide and shallow and only runs water during rainy periods. The soil in the creekbottom area is sandy loam and covered with native Bermuda grass. The rest of the ranch has sandy soils with scattered sandstone.
The perimeter fences on three sides are like new to very good. The fence on the south side is fair. There is an interior trap pasture and some crossfencing. The pens are all metal and about a year old.
Electricity and water are on the property and a RV hookup to both. There is also a water trough for the livestock.
There are 4 stock tanks. Two of the tanks did not go dry during the drought of the past 3 years, but 2 of them did go dry. Under normal weather conditions, the tanks should hold water year-round.
The hunting is very good and 3 really nice bucks were taken during the past 2 years that the current owner has had the property. Deer, turkey and hogs are common.
SUMMARY: Ready to enjoy as a weekend retreat, or to build a home!
Number of Wells: 1 Depth: 180 ft. GPM: Unknown (Not in working condition & most likely not worth repairing.)
Public Water System: Meter on Richland Special Utility District water system. (3/4" line from the meter to the RV site.)
Electricity Provider: Sharyland Electric (Buried line from the meter to the RV site.)
Phone Provider: Central Texas Communications at the county road.
The House: Old farm house in poor condition, but could be a good project!
The other buildings: Old wooden barn in poor condition. The old house and barn have a lot of weathered lumber and rustic metal roof that could be put to use!
Pens: Very good set of livestock working pens.
Wildlife: Whitetail Deer; Turkey; Feral Hogs; Dove; Quail
Gene Stewart: Broker/Owner
THIS PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, CHANGE IN PRICE, OR REMOVAL FROM THE MARKET WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL INFORMATION IS DEEMED TO BE TRUE & CORRECT TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE AND FROM RELIABLE SOURCES. PROPERTY TAXES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE ANNUALLY. GENE STEWART REAL ESTATE WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY CHANGES OR DISCREPANCIES.