LOCATION & SIZE: Approximately 244.5 acres located 11 miles from the City of Junction in Kimble County, Texas. From Junction drive west on Ranch Road 1674 approximately 10 miles, then turn Left on KC 273. Travel about 3/4 mile and then turn right to follow KC 274 for an additional 1/4 mile. This tract of land is also located about 10 minutes from Roosevelt, Texas!
HISTORY: The Weaver Indian Hollow Ranch was founded in 1902. The ranch has been certified by the Family Land Heritage Program for being maintained in continuous agricultural operation by the same family for 100 years. The Weaver Indian Hollow Ranch is recognized as a Texas Historic Ranch by The State of Texas and certified by the Commissioner Texas Department of Agriculture.
LAND: The south half of the property consists of hilltops with Indian Hollow and Snake draw winding through and along rock faced bluffs. Various oaks, cedars, and native grasses take root in the shallow loamy soils on the heightened flats and declinations. A hike up snake draw reveals large shade trees, awesome camping spots, and a couple of small springs, littered with an assortment of animal tracks. A team of ranch roads allows connection to the tops and ridges of the higher elevations and provide miles & miles of breathtaking views. When one heads north it can be easily discerned that the entire tract, with its sloping contours and beautiful draws, acts as a watershed to the North Llano River. The last 1/3 of the acreage evens out with deeper soils producing thick grasses and mesquite trees. Finally a natural run of huge pecan, oak, and sycamore trees tower over the banks and brim of the river. More than 1294' of frontage meanders along the south ledge of the North Llano River, providing both walk to the water's edge access for swimming/boat launch and higher ledges grant sight-cast fishing/views.
IMPROVEMENTS: The main residence is a Palm Harbor double wide mobile home quoted by the Kimble CAD as being 1843 sq/ft in size. For storage there is a couple of small barns and sheds. Most of the ranch is low fenced, excluding the south boundary line and the river bottom area. Other improvements include: Electricity, 2 water wells, pens, hunting blind, feeder, water trough, and 2 man made ponds.
WILDLIFE: Most commonly seen wildlife include whitetail deer, axis, turkey, dove, ducks, bobcat, fox, raccoons, hogs, and a ton of Texas songbirds!
TAXES: 2016 Base Taxes were $509.58
DOCUMENTS: Aerial map, topographic map and survey on file.
SHOWINGS: All showing are by appointment only and are to be arranged by Kimble County Realty. DO NOT TRESPASS! Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany prospective buyer on first showing.