The Mason Creek Ranch is a splendid 9.9 +/- acres located about 1.5 miles west of Bandera, Texas.
This rectangular shaped property has a wonderful sense of privacy located just a few miles outside of Bandera. There are large post oaks and heritage live oaks surrounding the home. Picturesque views capture a beautiful Hill County backdrop. Mason Creek, a wet weather tributary, traverses through the property near the northeast corner.
Located approximately 1.5 miles west of Bandera on East Robindale Road. The drive time is about an hour from Central San Antonio and about two hours from Austin.
There are large post oaks and heritage live oaks surrounding the home. Mason Creek, a wet weather tributary, traverses through the property near the northeast corner. A large majority of cedar has been removed over the years, resulting in a nice area of spaced out oak trees to enjoy.A stock pond serves as a scenic landmark, attracting native animals such as white tail deer, axis deer, turkey and dove.
The close proximity to Bandera makes this property highly desirable as a full-time residence. It could also serve as an ideal recreational retreat for individuals looking for a weekend getaway.
A charming 3B/2B 1,770 +/- square foot rock home has been well taken care of over the years. The exterior of the home has a standing seam metal roof and two covered porches. The inviting living room has a wood planked ceiling and cozy rock fireplace that friends and family are sure to enjoy. The spacious kitchen has wooden floors, stainless steel appliances, ample countertop and cabinet space, and a farm style sink.
A 1,200 +/- square foot corrugated steel tin barn with a roll up garage door and a concrete slab rests on the property, complete with electricity and water hookups.
Wildlife includes whitetail deer, dove, turkey and other animals native to this part of the Hill Country.
There is one submersible well located near the main home. The well provides water to the home, the barn, and a trough. The water well has a reverse osmosis system installed. One small stock tank serves wildlife and acts as a scenic recreational area. Both sides of Mason Creek stretching 300 +/- feet run though the property near the northeast corner. The creek is a seasonal tributary holding water during select parts of the year.