Located in the scenic southwest hill country of Mason County, Rocky Creek ranch features a great combination of diverse and exciting topography, wildlife, views, live water, improvements and ease of access along paved Ranch Rd. 1871 frontage. The landscape is rolling to hilly with 100' elevation changes providing views of both the Blue Mountain range and Llano River Basin. The front/south portion of ranch is lower lying pasture land with red sandy loam soils, big live oaks, mesquite and brush while the northern section consists of limestone hills densely wooded in mountain cedar, live oak, spanish oak, cacti, and Spanish dagger yuccas. Seasonal Rocky Creek is the highlight as it stretches through the entire length of property and gives way to deep canyons and sheer cliffs over wide holes of crystal clear water. Tremendous potential for hunting or game ranch with a large population of whitetail deer, feral hogs, coyotes, bobcat, turkey, dove and quail. One water well on property with electric running to and along entire western boundary. Perimeter, low fenced barbed wire with good access throughout on well maintained pasture roads. Main access is off Ranch Rd. 1871 with additional, non-exclusive easement access along the western boundary which serves 3 other ranches to the north and west. Subject property is situated over both the Hickory Underground and Edwards-Trinity Aquifers and seller will convey all mineral interest which is believed to be 100%. Reduced price at $3,000 per acre.
Large enough to hideaway on but within 20 minutes of the nearest town centers (Mason or Junction) for grocery, gas, restaurants, feed and supply. Get away from the city lights to under one of the biggest, starriest and darkest skies in Texas.
Approx. 20 miles SW of Mason and 23 miles NE of Junction, TX. Gate and property is located on the north side of Ranch Rd. 1871. Approx. 2 hours from San Antonio, 2 hours from Austin and 4.5 hours from Houston.