614 acres in San Saba County, Texas
Control the quality of your game on 614 acres enclosed by a high fence and ideally suited for wildlife habitation and livestock production. The high fence, built about 12 years ago, has allowed the white tail deer population on the ranch to be strictly managed to yield an impressive yearly harvest. The terrain is gently rolling with a nice hill near the middle of the property. The soil is a good sandy loam that easily supports a thick cover of native grasses, browse vegetation, and several varieties of native trees including live oak, post oak, elm, mesquite, etc. The terrain includes acres of large trees cleared of underbrush, areas of thick brush, young mesquite flats, fairly open areas and a few strategic areas used for food plots. Rabbit Creek winds thru the ranch and 7 tanks (ponds) provide surface water. One of the 2 tanks that did not go dry during the drought of 2011 covers about 2 acres and is about 20 feet deep. Co-op water lines run along Hwy. 16 and CR 122. A water meter serves the hunters campsite. Electricity is at the camp and is available along a line running thru the length of the property. Good roads allow access to all areas of the ranch and glimpses of game. It is not uncommon to see a few unexpected forms of wildlife like axis deer or elk in addition to large numbers of whitetail deer, wild turkeys, dove and ducks on the ponds.
The ranch is rectangular in shape with one corner lobbed off by Hwy. 16. In addition to easy access to the ranch, the quarter mile of frontage along Hwy. 16 provides the opportunity to showcase your ranch, business or trophies to the public. Or leave the trees and brush as they are and enjoy total privacy.
Whether you are looking for an exceptional hunting/recreational property already loaded with opportunities for a big B&C score or a place to develop your own herd or a good place to build your next home, this place merits consideration.
Seller will consider selling not less than 200 acres off either end. Priced $3250/acre for less than 300 acres.