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The Clear Waters Ranch gives one a sense of timeless natural surroundings far away from any big city. About 1550 feet of spring-fed, deep, clear and beautiful Onion Creek (mostly including both sides) flows through the ranch, bordered by enormous cypress trees. There's a large dam and waterfall on the lower part of the creek, which has never gone dry since the family bought the property in the 1930s. The creek's rock bottom makes for clear water and excellent swimming and fishing.
Spring fed Flat Creek forms 1780 feet of the north and west boundaries of the property and flows into Onion Creek on its course through the ranch. Stunning limestone cliffs along Flat Creek have many seeping springs that drip into the water below after rains. Huge trees line this creek, as well, and one cypress here 6 ft in diameter is thought to be at least 500 years old.
Three small houses are on the property, plus an old cabin with only electricity. The value is in the land, not the houses.
This historic property was part of a land grant to William B Travis in 1835.
While this property feels timeless and remote, it's only 35 minutes to downtown Austin, and it's convenient to San Antonio, San Marcos, Dripping Springs and Wimberley.
From Austin, SW on FM1826 past Salt Lick to L on FM150. Pass Trattoria Liscina on L, go 0.9 mi to stone wall on L, gate with 12300. From FM3237 go W on FM150, cross Onion Creek twice, just past 2nd crossing look for stone wall on R, gate with 12300.
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