33.33 acres in San Saba County, Texas
The Land & Vegetation: The land is perfect for livestock grazing. It is completely covered with good native grasses. A nice stock pond in the pasture provides water for livestock and wildlife as well as a great place for the kids to catch the hybrid perch that it is stocked with. Around the house, there are several large pecan trees and one large Post Oak tree. Property is completely fenced with very good fences.
Water: Number of Tanks (Ponds): 1 (one) Approximate surface area: one-fourth acre
Public Water System: Meter on the North San Saba Water System
Easements: CR 107 to the house. Utility easements. The seller is reserving an ingress & egress easement across the property to access the adjoining land.
Electricity Provider: Cap Rock Electric
Phone Provider: CenTex Telephone
The House: The house is the âdiamond settingâ on this small ranch. It was built in 1952 by the current ownersâ parents and has about 1350 sq. ft. living area. The homeâs exterior is beautiful native sandstone, quartz and other attractive stones. It has an attractive & durable metal roof.
The home is in very good condition. It has a large living room, dining room, kitchen, laundry room, 3 bedrooms and one full bath. The kitchen has vinyl flooring and the rest of the house has nice neutral tone carpet. The owner says there are oak hardwood floors under the carpet, offering the option to remove the carpet and exposing the beautiful wood floors. A high-efficiency central air conditioning system heats and cools the home comfortably.
The yard is encompassed with a white wooden picket fence. It has an automatic lawn sprinkler system and there are six Pecan trees and a massive Post Oak that shade the yard and house. Lush St. Augustine grass and very tidy flower beds accentuate the landscaping.
The other buildings: Just outside the back yard is a 2-car garage. It is constructed of the same type of stone as the house. Just a short distance away is a really neat barn that is also constructed of the same stone. It has sliding doors on each end so you can drive through it as well as a shed on one side. Also incorporated with the barn is a great set of metal livestock working pens and chute.
Wildlife: Since the property is all grassland, there will be a minimal number of deer crossing it, but the dove hunting should be very good.
Summary: The house sits about a half mile from a lightly traveled paved Ranch Road. It is at the end of gravel surfaced county maintained road and is not visible from the paved road, so privacy is nice. It is very unusual that a property like this comes on the market and my guess is that it will be âsnatched upâ very quickly, so donât delay.