The Rock Head Ranch is an impressive 4,008+/- acre high-fenced hunting and recreational ranch SW of Mason. This turn-key showplace features several springs, a fenced headquarters with a 6 bedroom main lodge, a 3 bedroom guest cabin, bunk room, a foreman's house, multiple barns, pipe cattle pens, roping area, gun range, walk-in cooler and enclosed cleaning area. Abundant wildlife of managed whitetail deer, other genetics, axis, fallow, aoudad sheep, black buck antelope, turkey, dove, and quail. The ranch has 32 +/- feeders and 7 +/- water tanks.
Hill country ranch located 20 miles west of Mason 3/1 mobile home works great for a hunting cabin or to live in while building your home. This area is known for great hunting. Lots of whitetail deer, dove, turkey, quail and hogs.
This spot is an exceptional example of a pristine Mason County ranch. Exquisitely secluded, but only one mile from pavement, the site is covered with virgin timber, along with spectacular topography and views. Included are canyons with limestone walls, headwaters springs, abundant wildlife and off-the-charts variety. Giant hardwoods are found everywhere, there is little to no thick cedar, and the overall feel is robust and mysterious. This is a true blank canvas, folks!
If one seeks a quality plot of land with big views, excellent hunting and great location near a neat, small community within the reach of Austin and San Antonio, BVR is a must-see.These offerings are rare. . . . call for appointment now!
Excellent location and development potential within the Mason City Limits. 87.6 acres, subject to survey, currently utilized to graze livestock with paved access from Spring Street and Forsythia Street. Two strong water wells, dirt pond, electricity available. This property is ideal for custom home sites, farm/vineyard or winery. Seller will consider dividing.
Here it is...that perfect Get-away property everyone is looking for. Only 8+ miles out of town, rolling land with a hill topped with granite outcroppings in the back and views, views, views. Large Post Oaks cover the property with scattered mesquite and enough brush cover for great hunting. Two well-kept hunting cabins with separate septic systems, electrical and water well. Small set of working pens, Ag exempt. Good water well and large pond that could be supplemented from the well in dry weather. 82.5 +/- acres
253.861 acres with paved access on RR 1900 east of Mason and 27 miles west of Llano. Rolling terrain with heavy oak timber along wet weather washes. Mostly scattered oak and mesquite with native underbrush beyond the drainage areas. Substantial pond with opportunities to build more. One recently drilled well at 8-9gpm at 105ft. Second unequipped well tested 1.5 to 2gpm. Electricity inside the property along RR 1900. Fenced except for 1363 feet along north division line. Potential building sites with westerly views. Ag valuation. Excellent wildlife habitat.
172.851 acres. Gently rolling, liveoaks, postoaks, mesquite, bee brush. Good sandy loam soils with a few rock outcrops (not rough). 30 acres field in improved grasses (Giant Bermuda). 2 wells (one is 15 gpm, one original hand-dug). Pond, Wet weather Weide Creek. Small German pioneer rock home believed to be built by W.H. Schneider in 1900). It has been well preserved but not restored (replaced roof, windows, elect., sleeping loft). Steel corrals. Lots of wildlife.