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200 high fenced acres on the Edwards, Kerr, and Kimble County line. Less than two hours from San Antonio, Texas. This unique hunters getaway has the capability to be completely off the grid. Supported by an industrial Kohler 100 Power System with 3,000 gallon propane storage. Along with a wind powered water well that can be tied into the cistern supplied by main water well. All supports the 3,000 sqft metal building with spacious living quarters. The upper water well also fills a pila tank with pure Edwards Aquifer water. Making a unique swimming hole.
This property would be ideal for stocking and breeding exotic game. There is an established axis herd on the property. Cedar has been selectively cleared to enhance the oak tree population and natural forages. But also has dense areas for game to hide and bed down. Lots of mature post oaks frequent the property along with some Spanish Oaks.
Indian artifacts have been discovered on the property along with a subterranean structure. This region was home to the Lipan Apache, Comanche, and Kiowa tribes.
This property presents a great opportunity to invest in the growing popular Hill Country region just outside of Kerrville and Junction. But also an opportunity to invest in piece of mind for a safe haven.
A 3,000 sqft metal building with spacious living quarters on a 5,000 sqft concrete slab. Completely high fenced featuring spots good for setting traps and soft release pens.
1,150 sqft of the 3,000 is spacious living quarters. With two bedrooms each have their own full bathroom. Along with a kitchen / living room in between the two bedrooms. There is also a loft above the living quarters that would make a great game room or additional sleeping area. Has its own full bathroom as well.
The remaining 1,850 sqft consists of a shop featuring a walk in cooler , and a constant temperature room for storing food and provisions. Lots of room to store vehicles and to have a work bench area.
Two strong Edwards Aquifer wells support the property. The main well has a 5,000 gallon cistern and a back up pump in case the main pump goes out. The upper well is powered by a wind mill and fills the pila tank at the front of the property. This well can also be piped in to the 5,000 gallon cistern in the event that there is no way to get power. You will still be able to get water from the wind mill pump. This well is also piped to the earthen tank to help keep it full.
Rocky hill tops with deeper soil in the bottoms.
Electric provided by Pedernales Electric Cooperative . Also has a back up industrial Koler 100 Power System generator with 3,000 gallon propane storage.
2015 taxes $1,449.38
From San Antonio or Kerrville . Go North on I-10 , exit at Highway 41, go West on Highway 41 until you intersect at Highway 83 " Garvan Store " , take a right and head North on Highway 83 for 12 miles, gate to easement entrance is on the left , go 1.5 miles and ranch gate will be on the right . Wandering Wind Ranch
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