161 acres in San Saba County, Texas
NEGOTIABLE! This ranch can be divided into two parcels of about 80 acres each. Each parcel will have a stock pond and road frontage. The ranch has good tree and brush cover and offers great hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, dove and quail. Permanent water for the game is provided from two (2) good stock tanks and a wet-weather draw crossing the ranch. The tree cover consists of Mesquite, Post Oak, Elm and some Live Oak. The soils are sandy and sandy clay loam with underlying sandstone and sandstone outcroppings. There is a very good turf of native grasses over the entire ranch. The rolling terrain offers some good building sites with distant views. The ranch is fenced around the perimeter and the fences are in fair to poor condition. County roads 249 & 245 border the property on two sides providing very good access. A rural water supply line runs along the west side and electricity crosses the property. The good road access and availability of utilities also make the ranch more attractive to the investor for the future possibility of subdividing. The ranch has lost its Ag-Use property tax discount, so the seller will give an allowance or price discount to help offset the additonal cost until the discount is reestablished.