The Historic Jackson Ranch Lampasas County 3,255 Acres
The Jackson Ranch is located approximately 13 miles West of Lampasas, Texas on FM 580 and approximately 63 Miles from the Austin, TX City Limits. 1.80 miles of the Colorado River frontage, varies from 200 high cliffs overlooking the river and views to the West, to low sloping grassy banks sheltered by pecan trees. The ranch is contiguous native rangeland which is located in the famed Texas Hill Country. The terrain is hilly to rough with a substantial portion on the west being rocky hills, ridges and canyons.
3,255 Non Submerged Contiguous Acres Some Tracts available, see Maps Page for pricing and Tract Division 5.09 Contiguous Square Miles (Sections) 1.80 Miles Colorado River Frontage Dedicated Access Road from FM 580 Accessible Southern Entrance from Acreage in Gated Subdivision to adjacent tracts Approximately 13 Miles West on FM 580 from Lampasas, TX all in Lampasas, County Approximately 63 Miles from Austin, TX City Limits Family Owned since 1938 Electrical Power and Telephone on FM 580 and Southern boundary on easements to Headquarters Deep well with piped water system to some tracts Wet Weather and Spring Fed Creeks Numerous Hill Top Views and River Overlooks Abundance of Wildlife such as Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Wild Hogs, Dove and Quail. 50% of mineral estate to be conveyed Currently a Working Cattle Ranch and Taxed at Agriculture Valuation Common dedicated access road as shown on the plat will be available from FM 580 to access all tracts that do not have other access. Access road maintenance will be by property owners association. Maintenance agreement will be drafted on an acreage owned basis including the tracts served and the HQ Reserve tract. Well Water The seller makes no warranty as to the availability of well water. One main well exists serving several of the available tracts. The main well in Catclaw Tract provides an opportunity for a community sharing situation as it currently services the adjacent previously owned Pastures. Catclaw, and Nomans contain much of the well distribution system for the water from the well in Catclaw. A sharing and distribution agreement will be developed to guarantee delivery of water for stock in the pastures currently served until such Tracts have developed water access.