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Water- This property is extremely abundant in live water. There is 1000 +/- feet of deep Pedernales River frontage that runs along the southern boundary of the property. 5000 +/- feet of Cave creek with multiple springs and deep year round pools of water runs through the north eastern part of this farm/ranch. There are three wells. The first and largest well is 180 feet deep and pumps 500 +/- gallons per minute. A 70 horse power diesel motor pumps this water to a nearby pivot. The second well is also 180 feet deep and is logged at 400 +/- gallons per minute and has a two horsepower motor. The third well provides water to the settlers house. Ample water to irrigate crops and livestock.
Vertical improvements include two large equipment barns, two sheds, and multiple grain silos. A historic two story, 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom German homestead would be ideal to renovate and use for a tasting room, bed and breakfast, or residence.
Tax/financial- This property currently holds an Ag exemption and is current on taxes. Owner reports a gross income each year of $90,000.00 from hay production, cattle (runs 25 momma cows), whitetail hunting, and axis trapping.
Land- the land is incredibly diverse. The rich fertile fields that are currently in cultivation would be great for wineries, orchards, continued crop cultivation, or hay grazer for cattle and horses. The soil is typical of the Pedernales river delta with soils rich in iron and nutrients. The remainder of the property is rolling and heavily wooded with established post oaks, elms, and live oak trees. The 2 Indian Mounds , the caves embedded in the large bluffs of Cave Creek (these are the actual caves the creek is named for), and the Indian drawings that lie within the caves provide history and beauty to this unique piece.
Wildlife- Whitetail deer are plentiful as are Rio Grand wild turkey. Feral hogs love the dense cover and plentiful water. Large herds of resident axis deer are seen regularly as they love the combination of cover and cultivation that creates their ideal habitat.
turn off of HWY 290 onto Jung LN, turn right onto Pfeiffer rd after you cross over the river. Go all the way until the locked Gate.
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