48.40 acres in San Saba County, Texas
The visual impression of this little ranch is very positive from the moment you drive up to the front gate--even before you consider the production, recreational, and residential possibilities. The front (west side) of the property is mostly open coastal pasture that has been cut and fertilized regularly and is in great shape. About 17 acres has been fenced off on the northwest corner to be used especially as a hay field and a set of working pens have been built near the middle of the property. This handy little place is used for both hay production and livestock grazing as well as recreational uses. The back side of the property is crossed by a seasonal creek and is nicely wooded with a variety of large trees. The neighboring properties are low-fenced, large acreage ranches allowing deer and other wildlife free range. The seller will be leaving a couple of hunting blinds and feeders. A 6-wire fence was constructed along the west boundary of the property about 2 years ago. The other perimeter fences have been re-worked and are in good condition and new water gates built in the fence at the places the creek enters and exits the property. A nice stock pond captures rainwater runoff and provides water for livestock and wildlife as well as fishing opportunities. It is stocked with catfish and black bass that like to be fed from the fishing pier. A 3-room metal building has been converted to a weekend-get-away cabin with a 9x17 front room, 12x24 kitchen/living area, and a 12x24 bedroom & bathroom. The kitchen appliances, window a/c units, water heater, and 250-gal propane tank will stay. A second metal building houses the water system and has a large storage room. The water system includes a well that produces an estimate of 3.5 gpm using a submersible pump, motor and electrical system with low water cut-off protector and a 1500 gallon storage tank.
Ready to use as is or would make a good place to build your dream home. Call for more info and an appointment to see this one for yourself.