56.5 acres in San Saba County, Texas
LOCATION: In NW San Saba County on FM 765 about 2 miles east of Elm Grove.
PROPERTY TAXES: Year 2009 taxes: $3,082.99 (No agricultural exemption)
MINERAL INTERESTS: All interests are believed to be owned and will convey.
The Land & Vegetation: Most of the property is completely fenced and has good tree and brush cover consisting of Post Oak, Live Oak, Mesquite, Elm, Bee Brush, Wild Persimmon & other varieties. A wet-weather creek crosses the property and another joins it just before exiting the ranch. There is a dense turf of native grasses plus about 10 acres of coastal bermuda grass in an open field that is surrounded by the tree and brush cover. The terrain features and variety of vegetation provides great habitat for deer, turkey, hogs and other wildlife. Perfect for bow hunting!
Water: Meter on the Richland Rural Water System
Electricity Provider: Cap Rock Electric (Buried cable from the meter to house)
Phone Provider: Central Texas Telephone & Communications
Septic System: Two 500-gallon concrete tanks with buried domed lateral lines.
The House: A nice, well-constructed metal building provides both living and storage for the ranch. The building is 30â x 60â (1800 sq. ft.) with a concrete slab foundation. About 690 sq. ft. (23âx30â) of the building has been finished out as living area. It has stained concrete floors, central heating and cooling, one bedroom, one bathroom and an open living/kitchen area. The kitchen has custom-built cabinets made of hickory. The rest of the building includes a laundry closet, a large cedar-lined clothes closet, a general purpose closet, small shop area and enough room to park 2 vehicles.
The home will come fully furnished, so all you need to do is move in. Items included are: 2 Refrigerators, Range, 4 bar stools, Coffee table, Sectional sofa, Rocker chair and foot stool, 46â Sony HD TV and stand, Desk chair, King size bed & frame with a Temperpedic mattress, 2 night stands, 2 lamps, a 6-drawer dresser, Washer, Dryer, White 2-door storage cabinet, miscellaneous building materials.
Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, feral hogs, quail, dove, coyotes and more.
A great weekend retreat for the family or small livestock and hunting ranch to live on.