Ideally located East of Mason and 44 miles from Fredericksburg. Situated among large ranches, this ranch offers privacy and long range views of the Hill Country. Two nice sized stock ponds provide a great water source for wildlife.
Quail Ridge is East of Mason County. The land is gently rolling with very little granite outcropping and offers clear long range views across the Hill Country. The current owner has remodeled the existing cabin, added new fencing, new deer blinds, new wildlife feeders, water storage and dry goods storage. Two stock ponds , Ag exempt, water well.
North of Art, Texas on RR 1900 in Mason County. GPS coordinates at the center of the ranch is 030° 48’ 35.48” N 099° 04’ 04.16” W.
Gentle rolling landscape with little granite outcropping across the ranch. Oaks, mesquite and juniper are your primary hardwoods. Mixed brush savannah and grassland. Elevations on the ranch vary from 1468 ft. asl to 1638 ft. asl.
450 square foot hunting cabin w/ electricity and water. One bedroom, one bathroom, living area, kitchen w/ electric stove & refrigerator. Window units for heating & air conditioning. Metal storage building for dry goods. Four deer blinds & Five wildlife feeders.
Water is supplied by one existing water well drilled and constructed in the Hickory Sands formation. Well depth and quantity is not known. Two stock tanks used for wildlife and dove hunting.