Diverse 172 Acres from Historic Red Corral RanchTBD FM 2325 , Wimberley , TX 78676 | Hays County, TX
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This 172-acre offering from the historic Red Corral Ranch is a rare opportunity to own an iconic piece of the Texas Hill Country. Residential, recreational, and investment potential abound here with gorgeous sunset views and elevation, hunting, hiking, and biking opportunities, and FM 2325 frontage just minutes to Wimberley and Dripping Springs.
12 miles northwest of Wimberley, 12 miles east of Blanco, 20 miles southwest of Dripping Springs.
44 miles to downtown Austin, 60 miles to downtown San Antonio.
The east side of this property is high-fenced, and there are roads and trails around the tract. There is a small pond for wildlife water on the northern third of the property.
Part of the historic and well-known Red Corral Ranch, this 172-acre offering is topographically active, sloping upward from west to east, and then down into Wanslow Creek on the south side. Wanslow Creek is a major tributary to the Blanco River, and the areas surrounding the creek offer soil, elevation, and vegetation diversity from the oak-juniper woodland which exists over most of the rest of the property. There are numerous and significant cleared areas throughout the property, offering places to hunt, camp, ride horses, or build structures off the hill tops.
A large hilltop sits on the east side of the property about halfway down the eastern boundary. This hilltop is the highest place on the property, and the views are nothing short of breathtaking.
WILDLIFE / HUNTING / FISHING
The entirety of Red Corral Ranch is completely high fenced, and the subject property is in a wildlife tax valuation managed by Plateau Land & Wildlife Management, Inc. The property has historically been managed for white-tailed deer, turkey, and native songbirds, and is currently leased to a group of hunters who have taken care to manage the all-native deer herd for maturity and quality. Hogs, dove, turkey, and white-tailed deer are the main huntable populations, while migratory and resident songbirds thrive in the oak-juniper woodland, live oak savannah, and scattered native grasslands.
Estimated $350 in Wildlife Tax Valuation
49 miles to Austin Bergstrom International Airport
53 miles to San Antonio International Airport
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