An incredible opportunity to own a “blank canvas” ranch, conveniently located 12 +/- miles from Fredericksburg, Texas. The Oak Valley Ranch is in a category of its own with stunning hilltop views and beautiful grassy valleys. Properties of this size and in this location do not come on the market very often.
The Oak Valley Ranch is the epitome of what a Texas Hill Country Ranch should represent. Situated just outside of Fredericksburg, Texas this ranch is located in a private and quiet part of Gillespie County called the Cave Creek area, where many large family ranches still exist. One of the more sought-after features is an incredible hilltop resting at 1,900 +/- asl, providing long-range views of the surrounding countryside. There are multiple build sites to choose from at this location. A water well and onsite electricity are also located nearby. The ranch has a low fenced perimeter and is under an Ag Exemption.
From the Gillespie County Courthouse, travel 1 +/- mile southeast on Main Street turning left on RR 1631/ N. Olive Street. Travel 10.6 +/- miles on RR 1631 turning left on Koennecke-Eckhardt Rd. The ranch is 1 +/- mile down Koennecke-Eckhardt Rd on the left hand side.
An extremely diverse ranch from a vegetation standpoint. Post Oak, Live Oak, Blackjack Oak, Spanish Oak, and cedar are all present. The terrain has a gentle roll with 90 +/- of elevation change throughout. A thick selection of native grasses covers the landscape, especially in the bottomland where deeper soils are present. There are four stock ponds on the property, each of them strategically located to capture run-off during wet parts of the year. One of the ponds located near the main entrance of the ranch is supplemented by a nearby water well and makes for a nice water feature.
700 +/- SF hunters cabin could serve as a place to stay temporarily, while other improvements are being built. The cabin has a full bath, living space and kitchen area.
Wildlife is in abundance with frequent sightings of whitetail deer, turkey, dove, and other animals native to the Texas Hill Country.
There are two existing water wells on the ranch. One well provides water to the hunter’s cabin and also supplements a nearby pond. The second water well is located near the front entrance of the ranch.