Located two miles west of Lake Buchanan and 13 miles east of Llano, this 150-acre property offers the best of Hill Country outdoor living.
The ranch, which is high-fenced on its northern border and low-fenced on the other three sides, is home to native white-tailed deer, feral hogs and wild turkey. The deer herd is managed through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Departments MLDP program, so the season stretches from October to February.
The current owners use a small herd of cattle to maintain an agriculture valuation and the habitat, which includes a mix of live oak and cedar mottes and native rangeland. About 2,500 feet of Sandy Creek meanders through the property. Its crystalline waters, granite bottom and tree-lined banks provide an ideal place to splash away summer afternoons.
The varied elevation and topography provides a blank slate for the new owners to develop to their tastes. The ranch offers a good building site complete with a coveted Hill Country view perfect for a custom-designed dream home.
An entrance off of Highway 29 and an extensive ranch road system ensure the adventures are accessible. A now defunct Southern Pacific Railroad line and right-of-way lies just south of the ranch, and its old-fashioned trestles provide a favorite area photo opp.
Whether you want water, wildlife or both, this Llano County property delivers.