High fenced ranch to the south of the ranch. Low fenced ranch to the west, north and east of the ranch. This ranch has been high fenced but could be converted back to low fence ranch with ease, existing low fence just outside of high fence setting. Over 13,000+/- feet of well-constructed exterior Tight-Lok high fencing built inside the original low fencing perimeter of the ranch.
Great multi-purpose ranch with over 2,700+/- feet of frontage on County maintained gravel road. No easements other than electrical. Multiple home sites are available, many overlooking the property with privacy and Hill Country views to create a quiet homestead or a second home opportunity. Elevations range from 2,380+/- feet a.s.l. to 2,280+/- feet a.s.l. across the ranch. Just the perfect size for your family to enjoy and experience. Great for four-wheeling and horseback riding. The ranch has some great sites to build a home Selective clearing of cedar with a very impressive oak tree cover across the ranch offer endless opportunities for your own personal design and enjoyment. Long-range views from the back of the ranch and lack of neighboring homes create a perfect and private setting for stargazing and quiet evening enjoyment. Wet weather creek running through the property with a nice water hole that holds water and attracts game. Good potential for a larger stock tank with existing caliche pit or used for base material to create road system throughout the property. Currently Ag-Exempt and ready to move into a Wildlife Evaluation and improved wildlife enhancement.
Take IH 10 west, exit 442, travel north on RR 1674 ( Ft. McKavett Highway ) approximately 15 miles to Kimble County Road KC 210, take right heading east approximately 2 miles, property on north side of KC 210. Map Location – 12490 KC 210, Junction, Texas 76849
GPS: 030*41’15.80”N & 100’02’11.28”W
Boerne to Ranch – 118 miles
Austin to Ranch – 170 miles
College Station to Ranch – 276 miles
Corpus Christi to Ranch – 290 miles
Midland to Ranch – 198 miles
Dallas to Ranch – 286 miles
Whitetail deer, Axis, Fallow, Wild Turkey, Bobcats and other fur-bearing animals. This area of Kimble County known for their strong native deer genetics. Ten fallow deer were brought into the ranch back in 2007. Existing whitetail and axis herd have been present for many years. Two 1,000 lb. protein feeders supplement the wildlife population, and there are two deer blinds. This ranch could be cultivated into an outstanding selective breeding ranch. Bring your own genetics in or improve the existing whitetail, fallow and axis roaming this oak studded property.
One water well drilled and completed in October 2007. Depth of water well is 300+/- ft. with an estimated 2 G.P.M. output and static level measured to 245+/- feet. Water storage tank and electricity to the well. Water lines to two water troughs and creek.
A Copper Canyon Sprinter 33 foot camping trailer in excellent condition is included with the property. An electric meter and service is in place.
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