Solid, well-maintained, custom 3892sf home & 765 attached casita, built in 1974, designed to capture the sunlight and 360-degree views from atop one of the high elevations. Texas sized great room and en-suite bedrooms with incredible storage throughout. A newly remodeled kitchen and grand dining room stage a comfortable home life and/or a unique entertaining venue. Main road is paved and runs directly to the home, surrounded by fence with electric gate.
A 1,700sf porch and terrace frames the home with floor to ceiling windows in many rooms. The home is L-shaped.
The two-bedroom 765sf casita includes a kitchen and all the comforts of home with a 334 porch/terrace. It is attached to the main home, connecting to the 1,057sf triple carport. City provides water and Hamilton County Electric Co-op provides power to the home.
Fully finished 55x30 barn with double 10' roll-up doors and one locking entry door; walls and ceiling finished with concrete floor. Equipment shed 85x25 with 4 open bays for feed, storage, heavy tracts, mowers, balers, etc. A third bonus building is currently used by hunters and has kitchen, bathroom and bedrooms.
Native grasses of little bluestem, king ranch bluestem, side oats grams, hairy grams, Texas winter grass, buffalo and and other short grasses support abundant wildlife and beautiful pastures, fenced and cross fenced. Dependable water source of 5 tanks, 1 active water well and a second that can be reworked and explored.
There are open stands of live oak, mesquite, juniper, cedar and some cacti with oak, elm, pecan and willow trees growing along streams. White tail deer and turkey are abundant, monitored and managed by the same hunters who enjoy the surface lease. Lucy Creek, a spring-fed, seasonal stream rises east of Knight Mountain and to its mouth on the Lampasas River. Little Lucy creek runs to its mouth on Lucy Creek, 4 miles SW of Rumley. The ranch does not lie in a flood zone according to FEMA.
Topography is considered to be gentle rolling hills leading into shallow slopes in the lower elevations. Upland areas are low rounded hills with a plateau of leveled area at the top with exposed soils and rocky outcroppings covered in native and not native rangeland grasses. Upland areas are shallow soils while lower elevations near the natural drainage areas have a surface layer of fixable pale reddish brown loam and clay loam spins with underlying material of marl or gravelly sandstone. ADJOINING 240 ACRES for sale separately and priced at land-only price.
US HWY 281 N through Lampasas. Across from the private airport with 24/7 fueling. Gate locked. Call Agent for showing instructions 210-385-0182
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