JUST REDUCED! Unique 1,300+- acre ranch with; gorgeous rolling hills, endless trees, breathtaking views, great surface/subsurface water, huge granite outcroppings, improved pastures (Wilman Love Grass), great soil and abundant wildlife. It's everything you could want in a hill country ranch. This family ranch has had continuous agricultural operation for over 90 years. Very diverse land; cleared rolling Oak savannah pastureland with large Oaks, perfect for horses and livestock, juxtaposed to thick Mesquite and white brush rolling hills for prime hill country hunting. Two artesian springs surrounded by Pecan bottoms, 2 wells, several tanks and troughs with a large sandy creek meandering through the property. Numerous long distance views from multiple vantage points. 3/2 rustic ranch home with some upgrades, garage, cistern, barn, livestock pens. Perimeter fenced and cross fenced. Ag exempt with current ag lease in place. This semi-remote ranch spans two counties and is truly located deep in the heart of TEXAS. The best part, the unbelievable asking price of only $2,600/acre. Must see today!
Rolling hill country w/exceptional improvements. Excessive stone works. Main home: 3BR/2 BA (4823 sf), 3 fp, numerous Cantera stone columns, 9 ft. rough cedar ceilings, dual MBR suites, full size bar, security syst., Jacuzzi tub, zoned C-A/H, tile floors, wide covered porches all sides. 1 BR/ 1 BA guest hse., 2 story 2 BR Castle guest hse. w/curved stone stairway, bath hse., huge patio w/fireplace wall & columns, huge hot but gazebo w/fireplace wall & outdoor shower, large fountain/pool/patio w/roman like columns, 2 green hses., steel 3 stall/2 tack room horse barn/circle pen/walker
If you are drawn to the rough and wild part of Mason County, and one of the most gorgeous stretches of Llano River to exist, then River Canyon Ranch should be on your short list of prospects. Yes, its a roughie now, but is a totally blank canvas for a visionary who craves a project with these raw ingredients, and can shine like a diamond with the proper treatment.
If you are drawn to the rough and wild part of Mason County, and one of the most gorgeous stretches of Llano River to exist, then RCR should be on your short list of prospects. Yes, it'S a roughie now, but is a totally blank canvas for a visionary who craves a project with these raw ingredients, and can shine like a diamond with the proper treatment. Your consideration is appreciated, and we look forward to bouncing around on the rocks with you!
227 +/- Acres to be surveyed. This river ranch is located along the Llano River in Mason County, a county rich with Texas history. A unique aspect of this ranch is that for a portion of the approximate 2200 feet of accessible river frontage you own both sides of the river. The game found on this ranch is as varied as the terrain. Whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail , hogs abound. The diversity of this Llano River Ranch is a genuine outdoor paradise.
Awesome hill country property with hill top views, dense live oak and shin-oak cover. Variation in topography. Paved access. Hickory water well at 460ft. equipped with submersible pump and estimated 30gpm. fenced and cross fenced. Steel corrals. Abundant deer and turkey. Ag valuation. Minerals.
SHOWPLACE - HORSE RANCH: Oak trees and granite outcrops grace this productive ranch situated in a small valley of the Texas Hill Country between Mason and Llano. Exceptional supporting facilities for horse breeding/training/care/entertainment/show. Lighted round pen, 8 paddocks with sheds, 17 stall 60x120 horse barn with a/c office & vet station, 15 stall show barn, 150x300 roping arena with 1200 sq.ft. observation deck & announcer's stand & tack room , 40x80 trailer/equipment barn, 40x50 buss barn/shop, 25x40 equipment barn. Two water wells with 12,000 gallon enclosed storage. 2 windmills.
Circle T Ranch: DEER HUNTING COUNTRY WITH ACCOMMODATIONS: Paved access on RR 1871. Predominantly rolling live oak and cedar hill country broken with drainage draws. Great fences with drill stem line pipe for support. Completely fenced. Three ponds, one of which holds, is stocked with fish and is supplied with well water when needed. Sculptured meadows around deer feeding areas. Steel livestock pens with squeeze chute. Two water wells equipped with pumps and large concrete storage reservoir. Hunter's camp consisting of portable buildings with electricity and water. Equipment shed.
This 200 acre supremely managed high fence game ranch lies in NE Mason County on the Mason/McCulloch county lines. The ranch offers two good water wells. One well is 60 deep and is capable of producing 17 gpm, per owners. The other well is 70 deep and is capable of producing 21 gpm, per owners. Seasonal Loafer Creek passes through much of the ranch and is a major drainage. Additionally there are 3 small stock tanks. Overall, the land supports a fantastic herd of managed whitetail deer estimated at 24 animals. The ranch also offers a small herd of Axis deer and Blackbuck Antelope.
Gently rolling, sandy loam soils, scattered oak trees, mostly dense native brush cover w/small clearings carefully sculpted.2 water wells (both w/solar pumps). 3 ponds (2 small ones for well water capture). Electric service on SW & NW portion of property. Exceptional whitetail deer & axis deer population. Some blinds/feeders convey.