LOCATION: Located just off the famous Hill Country Wine Trail on US Hwy 290 East, approximately 6 miles from the blossoming destination of Fredericksburg, Texas in Gillespie County.
TERRAIN: The easement road access takes you just off the hustling, bustling, 290 Wine Trail. Level fields, perfect for planting crops, orchard, or vineyard, give way to gentle sloping terrain full of century old oaks along the grassy banks of the Pedernales River. Soils include Pedernales Sandy Loam, Tobosa Clay, Boerne and Oakalla soils, and Purves Soils.
WATER: Enjoy over 1100 feet of river frontage on the Pedernales River, a tributary of the Colorado River. The name Pedernales, first used in the middle 18th century, comes from a Spanish word for the flint rocks characteristic of the riverbed. The river rises from springs in southeasternKimble County, approximately 25 miles (40km) southeast ofJunction. It flows generally east intoGillespie County, pastFredericksburg, and intoBlanco County, passing north ofJohnson City. It joins the Colorado from the southwest inLake Travis, approximately 10 miles (16km) west of Austin. The river has a close association with the Texas Hill Country, tied to the history of the region and emblematic of its geography. Along its route it flows over numerous ruggedlimestoneescarpments as it winds eastward, passing along the south side of the ranch of PresidentLyndon B. Johnson, who grew up in nearbyStonewall, south of the river. In 1750,Fray Benito Fernndez de Santa Anaproposed a plan to theSpanishgovernment that a mission be established among theLipan Apachewho lived along the river. In 1789, the river was the site of a skirmish between ColonelFrancisco Xavier Ugaldeand a group of Lipan andMescaleroIndians. The first permanent white settlement along the river was in 1846, when the town of Fredericksburg was established byGermanimmigrants. The threat of raids from Apaches restricted settlement in the area until the 1880s.
SUMMARY: Now is your opportunity to own a little slice of heaven in the booming Texas Wine Country where you can cool off in the easily accessible portion of the Pedernales River. The family owned land has never been on the market. History and heritage of this property date back to the early settlement of Gillespie County when this land started to be farmed by the same family. Large herds of Axis deer roam up and down the Pedernales River Valley along with Whitetail deer, turkey, and other native wildlife. Visit the nation's largest working wildflower farm, Wild Seed Farms located just one property over. Experience some of the best wines and wineries that Texas has to offer along what has been dubbed the Hill Country Wine Trail/290 Wine Trail. The highest concentration of wineries, tasting rooms, breweries, and distilleries are located on Highway 290 East corridor. An additional 32.5+/- acres is available for purchase.
To schedule a showing please call Traeger Fuhrmann || Listing Agent Office (830) 992-3045 Cell (830) 992-0374
The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from the market. Buyers must verify the accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for their purpose. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing. This provision is not only to clarify representation but also for the safety of our agents.
From Fredericksburg take Hwy 290 East. Property is approximately 5.3 miles from Friendship Ln and Hwy 290 intersection. Turn onto Dusty Farm Ln.