Three Creeks Ranch with a natural beauty second to none offers intense long range views of the Sister Creek Valley, and unique water opportunities designed by nature.
Three Creeks Ranch offers long range views of Sister Creek Valley, exceptional building sites and unique water designed by nature. Three Kendall County creeks, the Jung Creek, Platten Creek and West Sister Creek converge at the ranches northern boundary and split into two diverse water channels through the middle of the ranch.
Ranch entrance located at 1726 F.M. 1376 approximately 5 miles north of Sisterdale, Texas. The ranch has 1,400 feet of frontage on the paved Farm to Market road. Distance from Boerne to the ranch is approximately 18 miles and only 21 miles south of Fredericksburg.
Ranch house built in 1999, approximately 936 square feet with two bedrooms, one full bathroom, kitchen/breakfast area, living room with fireplace. Covered front porch, fenced yard, well house and storage building. Majority of perimeter fencing is standard 4 strand low fencing in good condition. Some high fencing along southeastern boundary of the ranch.
Whitetail deer, free roaming Axis, wild turkey, water fowl and other animals inhabit the ranch.
Three creeks converge into the ranch. The Jung Creek, the West Sister Creek and the Platten Creek create two waterways through the middle of the ranch. Two nice size water ponds provide sustenance to the various wildlife species that call this mountain retreat home. The property also has one submersible water well.