Acres: 104.44 +/-
Location: This Hill Country gem is in a great location, only two miles off of IH-10, far enough away for privacy and seclusion but close enough to quickly access Kerrville just 45 miles away, Boerne 75 miles away, and San Antonio less than 100 miles away. To access the recreational paradise, just travel IH-10w, then exit at the Segovia truck stop, take a right and head north on FM 2169 and travel less than two miles to the entrance. Travel down a short easement to the gate of the property.
Description: Water, water, water.1500 of BOTH sides of Johnson Fork Creek, a main tributary of the Llano river. Ten pound catfish and five pound bass can be seen in the clear water where a concrete crossing separates the deep pools from the lively rapids. When you get tired of reeling in the big ones, set up in a deer blind and watch whitetail, axis, and turkey cross the senderos that have been cleared. After you bag the big one, scramble up the Texas mountain and catch the greatest views that the Hill Country has to offer..all on just over 100 acres.
Wildlife: This recreational paradise offers whitetail deer in abundance, herds of axis, an occasional blackbuck and fallow, flocks of turkeys, and 1500 of both side of Johnson Creek full of catfish, bass, perch, carp, and gar. The hardwoods along the river banks provide roosts for turkeys, the middle of the ranch is very thick brush representative of both South Texas and the Hill Country, and there is one big Texas Mountain covered in oaks and cedar which provide game with a view and breezes from the river valley below.
Remarks: It would be difficult to find another property with this much recreational value for this price, in the Texas Hill Country. The property currently maintains an agricultural exemption and some of the sellers minerals may be negotiable.
From Segovia truck stop on I-10, go two miles on FM 2169, take a left and proceed down a short easement to ranch gate.
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