228 acres in Lampasas County, Texas
A GREAT RANCH TO MAKE HOME OR USE AS AN INVESTMENT PROPERTY TO SUBDIVIDE.
The seller says to bring an offer and let's negotiate!
Mineral Rights Status: The seller owns all mineral rights and will convey 50% of the Royalty rights and 100% of the Executive rights to the buyer.
The Land & Vegetation: The land has an Agricultural Use Exemption. The terrain is level to gently rolling with a shallow creekbed crossing the ranch from north to south. One stock tank (pond) is in the creekbed and is filled from the rainwater runoff. There are several different varieties of trees and brush on the ranch and include Live Oak, Post Oak, Elm, Mesquite, Juniper, Wild Persimmon and even some large Pecan trees along the creek. Past droughts have taken their toll on several of the Live Oaks, but most appear to be healthy. There are three field areas on the ranch that are either for improved grass or hay production. These fields could also serve as food plots for the livestock and wildlife. County Road No. 1610 borders the ranch along about half of the north side. It also divides about 60 acres from the main body of the ranch on the east end. (The ranch is on both sides of CR 1610 at that location.) CR 1638 borders the ranch on the west side. The amount of road frontage offers the opportunity for future subdivision of the property.
Home: The main residence is an older farm house that was built in the early 1900s. It is currently occupied by the owner. The house has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, living room, dining room and kitchen. There is a utility room and covered porches on 2 sides of the house. The home has central heating and cooling. Massive ancient Live Oak trees grow inside the fenced yard and provide nice shade.
Other Buildings: There are two barns on the property and each of them has living quarters. One is currently occupied and the other is living quarters for the hunters. Each is equipped with a kitchen, a bathroom, living room and bedrooms. There are three separate septic systems; one for each of the dwellings.
Tanks (Ponds): 1 large pond
Water Wells: There are 4 water wells on the ranch. One well is 45 feet deep and reported to produce 60 gallons per minute. This well has an electric pump and supplies water to the house and both barns with living quarters. Three of the wells are not currently used and the owner doesnt have a record of their depths, but believes they produce around 3 to 4 gpm. Two of them have windmills in questionable condition.
Public Water System: The Lometa Rural Water line runs along CR 1638 on the west side of the property and available as an additional water source.
Electricity Provider: Hamilton County Rural Electric
Wildlife: The hunting is good and wildlife includes Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove, Quail & Feral Hogs.
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.