299 acres in San Saba County, Texas
New Water Well! Current Survey! WILL CONSIDER DIVISION OPTIONS! Did you say you wanted a property with heavy tree cover? No one has been allowed to cut trees on this place for over 100 years. Rarely are so many giant junipers with thick single trunks seen on any one ranch. Almost hidden in the thick cedar trees are lots of live oaks, post oaks, elms, and mesquite--big, old trees--the kind bow hunters like. Although it has been owned by the same family since the 1800s, it has not been occupied by people for many, many years. Except for grazing cattle and an occasional hunter, the land has been allowed to return to its natural state and provides an ideal habitat for all sorts of wild life including deer, wild turkeys, hogs, and who knows what else. If you ask hunters experienced with hunting Central Texas, they will confirm THE LOCATION OF THIS RANCH IS IN SOME OF THE BEST HUNTING COUNTRY IN CENTRAL TEXAS and particularly the best in San Saba County.
A new water well was recently drilled near CR 308 in the northern end of the ranch. The well drilling log states that it is 340 feet deep and produces 12+ gallons per minute. There is another old water well with a windmill in disrepair that has not been used for years and nothing is known about it. There are 2 stock tanks and a seasonal creek. There is also a spring in the creek that has a history of keeping water in a small area year-round, except in severe drought conditions. Electric lines are located on & near the property. The terrain is gently rolling, sloping more sharply on the south end to a seasonal creek bordered by a limestone bluff. Native grasses grow thick and healthy in the sunny areas. The boundary fences are old but suffice to turn cattle and mark the boundary between this ranch and the large ranches that surround it.
This ranch has a total of approximately 340 acres, but the owner/seller is keeping about 40 acres. The boundaries drawn on the aerial map are close, but may not be exact.
Buyers broker/agent must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first and subsequent showings in order to earn full participation in co-brokerage commission.