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Llano, TX-Llano County



LLANO BABY HEAD RANCH This ‘ideally’ located small ranch is in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and Highland Lakes. Only eight (8) miles north of Llano, TX on beginning of CR 226 right off Highway 16. Llano is heralded as the in addition to many events held at the Kuykendall Event center west of town. Next town up Highway 16 road is the berg of Cherokee and just a bit farther is San Saba, which is quickly becoming a destination for wine lovers and boot shoppers. Last but certainly not least, one of most popular destination if Fredericksburg, which is only thirty-nine (39) miles south of Llano on Highway 16. Location, location. Please see the basic overview of this neat tract. Size: 86.57 acres, more or less. Rectangular in shape. Water: PLEASE NOTE: There is a NEW WELL ON THE PROPERTY. Came in at 5-7 gallons per minute. Drilled depth 305 feet, with initial water levels at 140 feet. This changes this the desirability of this great property immensely. Surface water is provided by three (3) tanks/ponds, one fed by Wright’s Creek and other two by small draws that drain into property. As a result of the drought, there currently is not an abundance of water in these. Soil: This ranch is primarily sandy loam to sandy soil, which is excellent for Coastal Bermuda, food plots for wildlife, small grain, and other crops that need good soil. There is an established stand of Coastal which is very prevalent in the pasture between the front ponds and where the tree cover begins. With the recent rains, it should be greening up and growing before Fall.

For more information call listing agent Bob Clifton 830-613-5215

LLANO BABY HEAD RANCH Tree Cover: Mesquite trees and bushes are the predominant species. The majority of these are second growth or small with a number of trunk branches. However, there are some magnificent Live Oaks plus several Post Oaks that are scattered over the ranch. Particularly, there is a thick Live Oak and Post Oak grove along the rear fence line. Topography: The land is fairly ‘flat’. There is a slight rise from the front along County Road 226 to a high point in the center rear of tract. It falls off going back towards the back fence line and the Oak Grove. Nice spots for homesite. Area to the south has panoramic view of mountains along County Road 226. Nice agricultural activities going on close. Fences: Only perimeter fence. There is a small fenced in tract in the middle, not sure what purpose. Fences are old and have not been maintained. With some work, would hold or keep out livestock, but depending on buyer’s use, a fencing project is most likely in order. Summary: This is a very well-located small ranch in one if not the most desirable rural area in Texas. Ready for new owner. Has been in same family for many, many years. Some TLC could be in order depending on buyer’s tastes and level of development desired.

For more information call listing agent Bob Clifton 830-613-5215



Listing Agent:

Bob Clifton 830-613-5215 Bob @TXRanchBrokers.com

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