Exceptional Hill Country hunting property is located a few miles southeast of San Saba roughly in the middle of a triangle formed between San Saba, Cherokee and Bend. The ranch is bounded on the west by Chappel Road (FM 1031) which is a scenic drive south from San Saba. The ranch is low-fenced and neighbors other large low-fenced ranches allowing wildlife to move freely across the hills. The tree cover is good without being too thick. Big oak trees offer excellent places to put tree blinds. Several varieties of oak trees, mesquite, juniper and other native trees and brush provide habitat, cover and sustenance for deer, wild turkeys and a host of other birds and animals that thrive in Central Texas. This is also strong ranching country for goats, sheep and cattle. A dirt tank (pond) provides wildlife and livestock with a reliable water source. The boundary fences are in good condition. Miles of Texas can be seen from several different hilltops if you wanted a spectacular place to build a home. A camp site has already been established with electricity, an excellent water well, a metal storage building and a RV camper. For the past several years the ranch has only been used for grazing cattle and by the owner to teach his young son the art of bow hunting. Hunting blinds and feeders are included in sale. . This ranch has everything in place for your family and friends to enjoy as a recreational property or to build the hill country home of your dreams.