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347 acres in Lampasas County, Texas

2715 CR 2600, Lometa, Texas 76853 - Lampasas County
$1,078,552 347 Acres
Property ID 1742869


This ranch has a very good location in Lampasas County very close to the town of Lometa, TX and within an hour and 15 minutes of Austin. It has 3 good stock tanks on it, it has 4000-4500 feet of paved CR frontage on CR 2600 and has a 6 inch Corex Utility water line available at the county road with capacity. The tract is heavily wooded and has a good mix of cedar and large mature live oaks on it. It would make a great place for a high fenced hunting ranch. There is also a good road system in place and electricity to the property now. There is a water trough at the front of the place with running water into it keeping it full for wildlife and cattle from Corex Utility Water Co. in Kingsland, TX. The ranch is well cross fenced all over and so you could run horses and cows on it both. Minerals are negotiable and with a good offer the buyer will surely get partial with the surface and executive rights. Very minimal improvements overall on the place and have no contributory value into the price. It is in Ag. Valuation now with a very low cost of hold like approx. $450-500 a year and the place is leased out to a group of hunters from Austin now annually. The game is very plentiful and there is hogs and deer and turkey and quail and dove all over it. I have seen coveys of quail on the ranch lately. This is a first time family offering and this place has never been for sale to our knowledge. This is the first time it has been for sale in over 100 years. There are also some neat topography changes on the land from West to East and there are some areas with some good views and places to build on it. There has been discovered recently by the listing broker that this property may have a live spring on it and an area to build a very large lake in the NW corner of the ranch. The creek is running very heavily on it and has been for the last 6 months and there is more water seeping out of the ground all over the ranch especially in the NW corner of it. All of the spring fed water flows into the pond in the back in the NW corner of it and then eventually flows into the creek that runs the whole length of the ranch from North to South all the way to the front of it. If cedar was cleared and you built a large 10-20 acre lake here this would truly be a showplace for sure!! Price has been recently reduced. Bring all offers to sellers now. This is a gem of a place for the overall price point it is in.


Take Hwy. 183 to town of Lampasas,TX and continue on Hwy. 183(left) at the Hwy. 183 and Hwy. 281 fork. Go to the town of Lometa,TX and go FM 581 E.(right) to CR 2600. Take a right on CR 2600 and property will start on the left approximately two miles down after the slight right turn in the CR.


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