This is an affordable 5 bedroom home, with hunting and recreational acreage all in one package. It is a split bedroom design with 2 guest rooms at the opposite end of the house from the master bedroom. It also has 2.75 bathrooms; 2 full baths and a 3/4 bath for convenience.
It was built in 1994, and has approximately 1700 square feet.
The home is on over 25 acres in the desirable Hill Country. Located between Mason and Junction, it has County Road frontage. The ranchland is wooded with trees and brush typical of the area, including live oaks, mesquite, cedar, Texas persimmon, algerita and prickly pear. It is good native deer and other wildlife habitat.
The kitchen has natural wood cabinets with iron pulls and wood parquet flooring. The master bedroom is 13.5 by 12 feet, with an attached bath. The other 2 baths are at opposite ends of the house. In front of the house is a great porch that is 55 feet long.
In addition to the house, the property has a 4 bay carport, plenty of storage for equipment, etc. Another plus is a storage/shop that is 17 feet by 11 feet. There are 2 deer blinds that will stay on the place for the new owner. A good water well supplies the house and water trough. The location is across the road from a sand plant. The owner states that it does not bother them and has caused no problems for them. The plant's vehicles do not use the county road.
Please call us for an appointment to see this versatile and enjoyable property, it's a great place for privacy and for kids of all ages.
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