The 4W River Ranch is a stunning live-water property with incredible South Llano River frontage. Situated amongst a beautiful Hill Country setting, this 18.33 +/- acre park-like acreage is located 3 +/- miles southwest of Junction, Texas. Currently under and ag exemption with electricity onsite.
The 4W River Ranch is a stunning live-water property with incredible South Llano River frontage. Situated amongst a beautiful Hill Country setting, this 18.33 +/- acre park-like acreage is located 3 +/- miles southwest of Junction, Texas. Currently under an ag exemption with electricity onsite. Owned land on both sides of a strong tributary of the South Llano River, stretching approximately 420 +/- feet. Additionally, the south boundary of the property meets the main South Llano River for a lengthy 600 +/- feet. There is a 936+/- sf home on the property that is currently being used to store supplies and kayaks.
The 4W River Ranch is located approximately 3+/- miles southwest of Junction, Texas. Head southwest on Highway 377 about 2.5 +/- miles and turn left on CR 170. Continue south on CR 170 about .7 +/- miles, property will be on your left hand side. CR 170 turns into Smith Lane, a private road, which dead ends into the neighboring property adjacent to the west. The town of Junction has all of the essentials, which include a grocery store, feed store, hardware store, gas stations and multiple restaurants.
This property is conveniently located 2.5 +/- miles from South Llano River State Park. A kayak trip from the state park downstream to the 4W River Ranch takes about 45 minutes when water is flowing well. If you desire to kayak from the 4W River Ranch downstream to the city park in Junction, it will take approximately 3 hours with good water flow.
Located approximately 60 +/- miles from Kerrville, 100 +/- miles from San Angelo, 117 +/- from miles San Antonio, 142 +/- miles from Austin and 210 +/- miles from Midland.
It feels like there is shade on this property all day long. The landscape has a nice variety of hardwoods including numerous pecans, walnut, sycamore, cedar elm, native cherry and mesquite. A 6.5 +/- acre portion of land on the north end of the property could be reclaimed into a nice field. A healthy selection of native grass covers the landscape.
A 936 +/- square foot house is currently unoccupied and in fair condition, located on the north side of the ranch. Most recently the house has been used to store supplies and kayaks.
The property has frequent sightings of axis deer, whitetail deer, turkey, dove, hogs, and the occasional water fowl. Anglers can take advantage of catching perch, catfish and bass.
Enjoy an incredible amount of live-water, ideal for activities such as fishing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and tubing. The property has land on both sides of the South Llano River, stretching approximately 420 +/- feet. Additionally, the south boundary of the property meets the main South Llano River for a length of 600 +/- feet.
The South Llano River serves as the centerpiece of the ranch, flowing 420 +/- feet on both sides. This section of river has a nice combination of deep holes and rapids. The owner has gone to great lengths to improve the accessibility to the river, installing about 700 one-ton limestone blocks into an impressive multi-tier retaining wall.
The main portion of the South Llano River is separated by a 4 +/- acre island, located at the south boundary of the property. The river flows for 600 +/- feet and has a very secluded ambiance.
There is one water well that provides water to a small house.
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