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This unique Texas Hill Country property features diverse vegetation, including oak, cedar, and mesquite, making it a haven for wildlife such as deer, hogs, turkey, dove, quail, and ducks, ideal for hunting enthusiasts. The property includes three tanks, one of which is particularly scenic. Electricity is accessible, and a pre-manufactured home with a rainwater collection system is present. The property also boasts an old barn, a road/trail system, and around 2,800 feet of County Road frontage. With varied terrain offering stunning views, partial high fencing, and mineral rights, this property is ideal for those seeking a versatile and picturesque ranch.


This elusive "raw" hunting ranch in the Texas Hill Country is a rare find. Spanning about 260 acres, it features thick brush, oak trees, mesquites, cedars, and various brush species, ideal for deer and native Texas wildlife. With a few trails, three tanks, and several wet-weather draws, the property is a blank slate ready for transformation. It offers good elevation changes, providing tremendous views, especially to the south. With approximately 3,950 feet of County Road frontage, it's perfect for hunting, recreation, cattle, and more. Plus, it includes mineral rights, adding significant value for prospective buyers.

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