LOCATION & SIZE: Approximately 50.3 acres 7.5 mile north-East of Junction off KC 320 in Kimble County, Texas. Property is 52.4 mile from Kerrville, TX and 59.8 miles to Fredericksburg, TX.
LAND: A metal pipe entrance welcomes you into this one of a kind recreational property. A topped road curves through the ranch, passing hunting rich areas on its course to the main house. The entire tract serves as a watershed to the beautiful Main Llano River. Elevations range from 1650’ down to 1600’ across the ranch. The gently sloping terrain has shallow loamy soils that generally produce the following types of grasses: sideoatsgrama, texas needle grass, fall witch grass, hairy gramma, little bluestem, buffalo grass, curly mesquite and slim tridents. Cover in the area consists of mostly pecan trees, oak trees, mesquite trees, and very few cedars. The land is fenced with standard net wire and barbwire along the south, east, and west boundaries, with the north line being marked by the Main Llano River. Several cross fences and working pens make this ranch ideal for working livestock.
WILDLIFE: Who doesn’t want to soak in a cool breeze off the river? This place is alive with wildlife, seeking rest under the shaded canopy of majestic oak and pecan trees. Most commonly seen wildlife include Axis, Whitetail, Turkey, Dove, Bobcat, Fox, Raccoons, Pigs, Cottontail, and a ton of Texas songbirds! Due to its location and the natural draw to superior cover and water, this property hunts like a ranch many times its size. The Junction area, especially along the river, has become nationally renowned within the birding community. The most sought after birds along the Main Llano are the Golden-cheeked Warbler and the Black-capped Vireo, both considered endangered species.
IMPROVEMENTS: The custom metal framed home was built in 1998 by Jenschke Construction and boasts a beautiful open style kitchen/dining area, wood burning stove, and beautiful french doors that will encourage everyone to visit the back porch. As per the Kimble CAD the home has 2322 square feet of heated and cooled living space. 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, utility room, pantry, breakfast bar, and a master suite to live for! Oversized double bay garage/shop, large storage area, golf cart/atv shed, fenced in yard, and an open patio area used for outdoor cooking and dining. 2 water wells service wildlife, a fish pond, fruit trees, and of course the main residence.
TAXES: 2013 Base Taxes were $2840.04
MINERALS: Seller will convey all owned mineral rights.
WATER: Bring your kayaks and enjoy 884 feet of the pristine Main Llano River! It is rare to find a property with this much frontage and recreational potential. The frontage starts with deep water holes providing ideal lodging for big catfish and bass. Next, bring your tube, swim suit, and lawn chair and have a seat in the cool flow as the river turns into a field of shallow water rapids with majestic limestone outcropping. Are you ready to beat the summer heat? The shore line concludes with water levels deepening into your own private mini lake. With water’s edge access, drive down and jump in!
SHOWINGS: All showings are by appointment only and are to be arranged by Kimble County Realty. DO NOT TRESPASS! Buyer’s brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany prospective buyer on the first showing.
SUMMARY: Own the best of what Kimble County has to offer. This property is truly turn-key and ready for you to appreciate. Come enjoy the coolness of her waters and the beauty of her landscape. Be sheltered from the static noise and stress that binds a person’s soul. Build memories with friends and family as you relax, hunt, fish, float, swim, explore, party, and flat out have Fun!