Crabapple Creek Ranch is located in northeast Kendall County and Southwest and sits just west of
With no large high-taxvertical improvements, this ranch truly conveys a blank canvas to the potential buyer
should they wish to complete the high-fencing, create a multi-acre lake utilizing the
tremendous spring-fed valley channeled by the majority of the ranch or developing the Crabapple Creek frontage
Over the years a significant portion of the cedar has been removed from the ranch. Lower fields are currently planted in winter wheat and oats for wildlife while valleys and hillsides are covered in black walnut, pecan, elm,
and multiple oak varieties. Elevation ranges are 1,871 to 1,561.
A small hunters cabin, old wood barn and tin pole barn comprise the improvements on this ranch. This ranch offers direct blacktop frontage on Crabapple Road (CR 104)and is not encumbered by any electrical transmission lines.
Water This ranch will convey 1,200 +/- feet both sides of flowing rock bottom Crabapple Creek. The majority of the ranch feeds a huge un-tapped spring fed drainage that would be an excellent site for a multi-acre lake. A water well serves the hunters cabin and immediate area.
Tax/Financial The property carries a current Agriculture exemption. Seller will deliver existing survey and provide basic title insurance.
Wildlife The ranch is loaded with whitetail deer, rio grande wild turkey, migrating axis deer, wild hogs and other native wildlife.
Summary With convenient proximity to both San Antonio and Austin,this ranch represents one of the last lightly improved bulk parcel ranches that would be an excellent low-carrying cost addition to your holdings.
From Blanco 1623 West to left on FM 1888, Left on Crabapple Road to subject gate on left.
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