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2,533 acres Round Mountain, TX $18,950,000

2,533 acres Round Mountain, TX

Blanco County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 1 Bath

2,533+/- Acres Historic Robinson Ranch, since 1885. FM 962, Blanco County, Round Mountain Tx. This is the first time offering for this historic ranch, officially established in 1882, as shown on the decorative ironwork entrance. The Robinson Ranch has 2 miles of spectacular, year around live Cypress Creek that adds to its natural beauty. Natural springs are the source of the water which is an attraction for native flora including grand trees and support of abundant native wildlife. IMPROVEMENTS: Officially established in 1882, the Robinson Ranch grounds feature two vintage rock houses, both equally charming and rustic. The one-story, old homestead was built in the 1880s by the Robinson Family. A more recent home is the commanding 2-story rock home built in the 1930s and is near the main springs. Both display prevalent historic style of the Hill Country, with design elements favoring those of European settlers to the area. The 2-story home has a formal living room featuring a fireplace, formal dining room, small kitchen and two bedrooms. The original settlers, the Tom Phelps Family, had a home and corn field near the springs, but it has since disappeared. A fascinating account of the demise of Tom Phelps and his wife while fishing in the creek resulted in a neighborhood posse rising to action, noted in Texas History as the 'Battle of Deer Creek.' The ranch perimeter is low fenced. The north pasture has new fencing on the east side and halfway down the south side. WATER: A highlight of the ranch is the incredible, year-around Cypress Creek that traverses the ranch. There are 2 miles of crystal clear water plus springs that are still flowing despite dry times. There are 3 water wells; 2 with windmills, 1 with submersible pumps. WILDLIFE: This ranch has an abundance of native wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, dove, many species of birds and other small animals. The year around water attracts a large number of wildlife. MINERALS: Negotiable SCHOOLS: Johnson City I.S.D.

831 acres Round Mountain, TX $10,387,500

831 acres Round Mountain, TX

Blanco County Harlan Ray Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty - Ranch & Land Division

Type: Acreage w/House

Amazing Hill Country Water! NEW ACREAGE OFFERING. This historic Robinson Ranch was originally established in 1885 in the heart of the Texas Hill country in Blanco County. The beautiful ranch features two rustic rock homes that are filled with vintage charm. Easily accessible, the ranch is located 1 hour from Austin, 1:15 hours from San Antonio, 4 hours from Dallas, and only 20 minutes from Horseshoe Bay Resort. The ranch has diverse terrain including rolling hills, beautiful creek bottoms, and even some great pastureland. Cypress Creek runs throughout a large portion of the ranch. This rock bottom creek has several deep pools and beautiful trees lining both sides to help create a very peaceful setting in the spring fed year round water source. The ranch has an abundance of wildlife. Minerals Negotiable. Water: - Over 1 mile of frontage on Cypress Creek, a year round spring fed water source - several stock tanks of various sizes - 2 water wells Improvements: - Main House: Built in the 1930's, 3 Bedroom - Ranch House: Built in the 1880's, 2 Story, 3 Bedroom - Barn/ Storage Barn - Working Pens - Perimeter Fencing and Cross Fencing Wildlife / Hunting: - Whitetail Deer - Turkey - Hogs - Dove - other varieties of small animals Location: - 70 +/- miles North of San Antonio - 50 +/- miles West of Austin - 13 +/- miles North of Johnson City Road Frontage: - Ranch has frontage on South side of Farm Rd 962 Near By Airports: -Horseshoe Bay Resort Airport

556 acres Spicewood, TX $7,729,000

556 acres Spicewood, TX

Blanco County Austin Maddux Ranches and Rivers Realty

Type: Acreage

Incredible large acreage tract with some of the most spectacular long distance views west of Austin. Over 2 miles of hilltop ridges make for some of the most spectacular building sites west of Austin. This is a one of a kind tract west of Austin, and remember, these views won't dry up unlike the lakes and creeks in the area! Large scattered healthy Live Oaks and Post Oaks throughout and almost no cedar. Great lake site along the southern part of the ranch and some excellent soils. Located along old Spicewood Road, approx. 25 minutes to Bee Cave and the Hill Country Galleria.

654 acres Horseshoe Bay, TX $6,540,000

654 acres Horseshoe Bay, TX

Blanco County Jerry Winetroub

Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1800 SqFt

LIVE WATER RANCH-654 acre (will divide) White Creek Ranch features 7000 feet of spring fed White Creek running through the middle of the ranch lined with trophy Oak and Pecan trees. The creek has a concrete crossing along with natural granite outcroppings which form lakes with pools of water home to bass, catfish, carp, and perch. Diverse rolling land with rich soil along the creek bottom and several improved pastures with Coastal Bermuda as well as typical Hill Country Tree cover and brush. One side of the ranch has a granite hilltop with 20 mile views. It is located approximately 15 minutes from Horseshoe Bay & Lake LBJ and about an hour from Austin or San Antonio. It is one of the best natural dove hunting places I have seen along with an abundance of deer, turkey, hogs, and occasional free ranging exotics. Improvements consist of a newly remodeled 2BR/2BA ranch house with granite counters, stainless steel appliances including ice maker, a huge screened in porch, fireplace, outdoor fire-pit with stone patio, vintage wood beamed ceiling & designer Hill Country furnishings. It comes complete with dishes, towels, bedding and rocking chairs on the back porch to watch the deer and enjoy the views. There is a separate older 2BR/2BA ranch house, hunters cabin, 2 barns, pens, livestock water troughs & 2 water wells running 8 & 12 GPM. If you are looking for a ready to go trophy ranch this place has it all. Sellers are willing to sell in smaller ranches and will pay 4% to selling agent.

527 acres Blanco, TX $5,995,000

527 acres Blanco, TX

Blanco County Jeff Soele Texas Best Ranches, LLC

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths

527 Blanco County Game Fenced Recreational Paradise Incredible location in the heart of the Texas Hill Country! Blanco County, 527+/- acres just minutes to Blanco, Wimberley, and only 45 minutes to either San Antonio of Austin! This ready-to-go, game fenced outdoorsman's paradise is private and secluded with paved electronic gate access! The property includes a 3BR/2BA ranch home, 2 water wells, 2 ponds, many springs, and both Bates and Yeager creeks!!! Then add a 6-door garage/workshop, a 2-door climate controlled garage, a nice implement barn, paved ranch roads, a 22 acre scientific pen that has been in place for approx. 8 years, and many species of exotics such as Transcaspian Urial Sheep, Axis Deer, Fallow Deer, Blackbuck, Sable, Buffalo, and trophy Whitetail Deer that have been managed for many years. Cowboy mountain is on this property and is one of the highest hilltops in the area. Truly a great find! Call Jeff Soele 210-705-4013. Features: - 2 Stock Ponds - 2 Water Wells - Many Springs - Bates & Yeager Creeks - Game Fenced - 3BR/2BA Ranch House - Implement Barn - Lots of exotics

790.94 acres Blanco, TX $5,000,000

790.94 acres Blanco, TX

Blanco County Land Advisors - Austin Land Advisors Organization

Type: Acreage

The property is located about an hour from Austin or San Antonio on Rocky Road, a quiet country lane that runs between Hye and Blanco west of Highway 281. The property has .72 miles of frontage on Rocky Road. This ranch is in an area that still affords the opportunity to feel secluded, but is tucked away in the heart of the Hill Country yet offers proximity to both Austin and San Antonio.

442 acres Blanco, TX $4,232,945

442 acres Blanco, TX

Blanco County Chey Perrin Anders Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 1 Bed | 1 Bath

442 acres on the Blanco River Property boasts half ownership of Pehl Falls, a jaw-dropping 15 foot waterfall into a 20 foot deep pool below, and over 2,200 feet of river access. Vertical improvements are several old yet charming out-buildings and a newer 1/1 metal building that serves as the main house. Heavy cover but some selective clearing has been done around the main house and the river areas. 30 acres of production field along the river and all is perimeter fenced, cross fenced, and AG Exempt. 20K in recent road work. Access to property is via recorded easement. There are only a few places from the headwaters down that can rival this kind of spectacle on the Blanco River. Those that have access jealously guard the secret spots and Pehl Falls has got to be in the top 3 I've ever seen.

511 acres Johnson City, TX $4,132,500

511 acres Johnson City, TX

Blanco County Brady P. Anders Anders Realty

Type: Acreage

This 511 acres sits between Dripping Springs and Johnson City in Eastern Blanco County. The tract is divided by RR 2766 with 100 acres to the North on the Pedernales River side, and 411 acres to the South of the road. The 411 acres offers an older homestead with functioning water well, windmill, outbuildings and working pens. This side has a spring fed creek drainage that would be ideal for a pond/lake site. This drainage is lined with mature Elm trees and live oaks. Elevation increases as you get to the back of the property offering nice views of the Pedernales River Valley. There is also a spring fed pond to the back (South) of the property. Recent cedar clearing around the grotto, rim rock, front entry and homestead show what great potential this ranch offers. The 411 acre parcel is 3 sides fenced. The 100 acres to the North of the road is raw land with no vertical improvements, excellent diverse tree cover, good soils and of course the River side is just waiting for a private custom home taking in the views and sounds of the Pedernales River. This 100 acre parcel is 2 sides fenced. This property carries a current Agriculture exemption with Blanco County and would be an excellent ranch to own with close proximity to Austin and San Antonio.

511 acres Johnson City, TX $4,132,450

511 acres Johnson City, TX

Blanco County Denisa Odiorne Anders Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 1 Bed | 1 Bath | 702 SqFt

This 511 Acre Ranch is divided by Ranch Road 2766. 100 acres of the 511 sits on the North side of the road overlooking the Pedernales River. There are no structures or improvements on the 100 acres. 411 acres of the property sits on the South side offering an older homestead site. A little TLC would make it a great hunting cabin or weekend getaway. Other structures include a few older barns, sheds, working pens, windmill, water well and septic. The majority of the property is surrounded by 400-700 acre tracts, including a Conservation Ranch bordering the East boundary of the 411. Call today for a preview.

26.17 acres Blanco, TX $3,990,000

26.17 acres Blanco, TX

Blanco County Real Estate Office J. Myane Realty

Type: Commercial

**REDUCED** from $4,559,806. Over 1500 feet of Highway frontage with great visibility in a rapidly growing hill country community. This tract has city water and sewer running through the middle and is zoned mixed-commercial/residential. This would enable one to develope the Highway frontage commercially and the rear half residentially if desired. there are a large number of mature oaks on the rear half. Blanco is approximately 45 minutes from both Austin and San Antonio and in the Heart of the The Texas Hill Country.

140 acres Blanco, TX $3,475,000

140 acres Blanco, TX

Blanco County John Tarrillion Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 5270 SqFt

140+/- Acres - MAYFIELD RANCH 3777 Middle Creek Road Blanco County, Blanco TX 78636 DESCRIPTION: A scenic winding road takes you to the entrance of this impressive Hill Country ranch that has been finely improved to provide luxury with great privacy. Centermost to the ranch is the incredible, ultra custom home that is set on a hillside overlooking a lake. The unique timber frame structure features over 3000 mortise & tendon joints in red oak trees that were logged in Ohio by Amish, and shipped to Texas Timber Frames for joinery. Reflecting the heritage of European settlers to the area, the exterior includes a galvanized standing seam roof with lightning rod system and copper gutters with brass hangers. Keeping with the historic style, cabinetry was milled on site from solid cherry and maple woods by furniture maker Charles Weidman, and finished with hand blown glass inserts and solid brass, period reproduction hardware by Ball & Ball. Complementary trim is solid oak by Weidman also. Floors are a pleasing blend of 2 thick limestone slab and long leaf pine. Long leaf pine is also featured for both the double front and back doors. Energy conservation was a major factor with first floor walls 15 thick stone and Marvin double pane windows. The interior has subtle quality details evident with lighting, with dining room chandeliers & sconces candle burning reproductions also by Ball & Ball. Although historic in its atmosphere, the home features state of the art living with THX sound system for theatre and music with speakers indoors and out. A short step away from the porch is an outdoor entertainment area with scenic sunset views that features a fire ring, custom stainless steel grill & tools and lighting for atmosphere. The 5,270 s.f. home design is executed for excellent flow, with main entrance off the full length front porch and equally pleasing casual entrance near the carport and parking court. The front foyer separates the living and dining rooms, each with an authentic Count Rumford design fireplace with Rumford flues. Off the living room is a built in bar and powder bath, and off the dining room is an office/ butlers pantry. Centermost to both is an exquisite kitchen with grand island, and professional grade appliances including an 8 burner with griddle Wolf range and Traulsen 2 door refrigerator. Near the kitchen are the back entrance doors and foyer that separate a mudroom with half bath and utility room with link to the office. A family bedroom wing is accessed by a staircase off the kitchen that ascends to a central living/media room with generous full bath, two bedrooms and storage loft. Perfect for privacy, the first floor master retreat is in a wing off the dining room, introduced by a sitting room, dramatic tower bedroom with mitered beam ceiling and sitting area, and sumptuous bath with shower, spa tub, dual vanities and walk-in wardrobe storage. A staircase in the sitting room ascends to an upper wing with media room, full bath and office or guest bedroom with auxiliary staircase for outdoor access. Improvements to the immediate grounds provide seamless detail from the home to the terrain, with a paved parking court, stone cistern for the well and dry stack entrance walls. RANCH IMPROVEMENTS: Rock main entrance with iron gates. Partial low perimeter fencing. A well maintained entrance road leads to the home and extends beyond. VEGETATION: The rolling ranch terrain has been selectively cleared of cedar and brush for horses and cattle and features native oak trees, Madrone trees, and others. WILDLIFE: Deer, turkey and seasonal birds. SCHOOLS: Blanco I.S.D. Please call district. UTILITIES: Water well, septic, Pedernales Electric Coop. TAXES: Agricultural exemption

331.55 acres Johnson City, TX $3,400,000

331.55 acres Johnson City, TX

Blanco County VIC NIXON NIXON REAL ESTATE

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 3000 SqFt

331.55.2 acres located in the heart of wine country in between Hye and Johnson City, approx. 1689 ft of Hwy 290 frontage with good site distance for a winery and vineyard, productive fields, large trees, very nice house of approx. 3000 sq ft, large master bedroom with shower and tub, open kitchen, very large den with wood floors, living room with fireplace, large covered patio, 3 car detached garage or workshop, 60'x 100' barn, several good fields, older historic house, wooded towards the back with good hunting, food plots, pond. Seldom does a property of this size become available on Hwy 290 near Hye and Johnson City.

495 acres Johnson City, TX $2,950,000

495 acres Johnson City, TX

Blanco County Denisa Odiorne Anders Realty

Type: Acreage

LAND DESCRIPTION: HUNTERS PARADISE - 495 Raw Acres - The Ranch at Miller Creek is nestled in the heart of Blanco County! This ranch has eye-popping views overlooking the largest, restricted and protected ranches in the County, completely surrounding it with more than 10,800 acres of open space. (NE border: 1,100 acres, NW/W: 5,500+ acres (conservation ranch), S/SE: 3,700+ acres, E: 550+ acres). All but one side of the property is high fenced, easily making it the perfect Hunter's Paradise. If high hill tops, deep canyons, large oaks, incredible views, live water, abundant wildlife and Indian artifacts interest you, then this is the place! It offers endless building sights for your Dream Home, Hunting Lodge or Corporate Retreat! This magnificent property has been family owned since 1958 and remains the jewel of Blanco County. DETAILS: COUNTY: Blanco TYPE: Acreage - Raw Land ACRES:495 ADDRESS: Miller Creek Loop, Johnson City, Texas 78636 Price: $2,950,000 Status: Available LAND: Raw - No Improvements LOCATION/TRAVEL TIME: Three (3) miles off Hwy 281/290 intersection between Johnson City and Blanco. Easily accessible to and from the Austin and San Antonio International Airports. Easy commute from South and North Texas via US Hwy 281. Austin - 40 minutes San Antonio - 50 minutes Horseshoe Bay - 40 minutes Fredericksburg - 40 minutes GAME: Dove, Quail, Hog, Turkey, Whitetail Deer, Aoudad FENCING: Perimeter of property is 100% fenced. All High Fenced except 1 Mile PROPOSED USE: Hunting, Agriculture, Exotics, Grazing WATER: Miller Creek - Spring Fed TOPOGRAPHY: Rolling Hills, Miles of Views ROAD ACCESS: OPTIONS AVAILABLE/PROPOSALS WELCOME 1.) Seller open to selling additional land, along the boundary fence line, if buyer prefers to build a private access road to property. 2.) Seller will grant easement access. Access is approximately 9/10 of a mile from County Road/Miller Creek Loop to subject property. EASEMENTS: LCRA Power Lines - Maintained by LCRA EXEMPTIONS: Ag Exempt WATER WELLS: None SEPTIC: None UTILITIES: Electricity is not currently on property, but AVAILABLE via negotiated easement from sellers - Distance is estimated to be approximately 1/2 mile to entrance gate of subject property. Contact: Denisa Odiorne Anders Realty 512.626.9549

187.34 acres Johnson City, TX $2,750,000

187.34 acres Johnson City, TX

Blanco County Michael Waite DRIPPING SPRINGS REALTY

Type: River Property

RIVER, RIVER, RIVER...Unique opportunity...Basically this is a 3 sided property with the longest side being over a mile long (5,811') and this is your fully accessible PEDERNALES RIVERFRONT!!! If this extremely rare gem was a square tract having this much river it would be almost 800 acres and we all know that most riverfront properties with over a mile of river would likely exceed 1000 acres of land...but it's all packed in here on only 187.34 acres. This is classic Pedernales River w/ ribbon carved, smooth limestone bottoms, with the water running mostly shallow with a few deeper spots as it courses through this stretch. The tract has deeded access to a paved road and the interior ranch roads circulate and bisect the entire property. There are no access easements to or through the property. The ranch roads are in excellent condition with concrete aprons over low areas and culverts where needed. The property has been selectively cleared along the river and ranch roads revealing some beautiful cypress and pecan along the river w/ clusters of large live oaks. There's an ideal, elevated home site near the center of the property that would yield a view of the river with a shady walk under massive trees all the way to the river's edge and passing a spring along the way as well. Also near the home site is an area of fertile, deep soil that would be ideal for any vegetative planting or for horses. We have a few springs and small creeks on the property that will flow with some regularity in times of normal rainfall. There's no road noise here either as this is over 3 miles north of US Hwy 290 on a private, no thru, quiet street. Quick supplies are only about 5 miles away in Johnson City with Austin less than an hour east, San Antonio about an hour south and Fredericksburg about 30 minutes west.

494 acres Blanco, TX $2,717,000

494 acres Blanco, TX

Blanco County David Culver LANDTX

Type: Acreage

LOCATION: This fine offering is situated in the prized Lindendale area, with long frontage on Maenius Road, about 10 miles west of Blanco (restaurants, shops, services, supplies), or 20 miles to Fredericksburg (world class restaurants/shops, jet airport, hospital, box stores). This is about one hour from both Austin (tech center, State Capitol) and San Antonio (medical center, international airport, nations 7th largest city), in the epicenter of the famed Texas Hill Country. The area is known for its scenery and seclusion, while being in the shadow of one of the most dynamic growth areas in the country. Once known as Angora Goat country, this zone is now dominated by improved recreational ranches and stock farms of several hundred acres and up. Adjoiners range from 100 acres and up in size, with one acreage tract subdivision adjoining to the northeast. For more information on Blanco County, please visit the county website. WATER: The site features several canyons that flow water seasonally, along with several sterling lake sites awaiting development. Several gorgeous ponds are found throughout the ranch, one of which never goes dry (per manager), in beautiful, private settings. A focused surface water development program elevates this ranch to the next level! Groundwater is rated excellent in this area, with abundant, sweet water available at 400-500 depth. There are no functioning water wells on the ranch; additional data on area groundwater is available on the Blanco-Pedernales GCD website. LAND: A good variety of hills, canyons and gently sloping pastures comprises the bulk of WBR-HLT, which falls from N to S with about 300 of elevation change overall. The dramatic hills offer stunning homesites and viewpoints overlooking the picturesque Blanco River valley below. The look is refined (think Napa Valley), yet rugged, with various species of oak dominating the landscape, with little to no cedar to be found. Deep canyons have creeks lined with heritage oaks, cedar elm, walnut and some sycamores. Shrubs include persimmon and agarita, with native and introduced grasses such as Indiangrass, bluestem, switchgrass and kleingrass, and native turfs. The abundant wildlife includes whitetail deer, a few exotics, turkey, dove and varmints. Feral hogs are found in this area as well, but not in epidemic numbers. Soils are primarily stony clays in higher elevations, and silty clays in the more level areas. There are small sections of the property suitable for food plots, and a large grass field is located in the southern tip of the site. IMPROVEMENTS: Ranch fencing and cross fencing is mostly fair to good, and there is some high fencing along part of the N boundary. Ranch roads are unimproved but passable, and some old pens might hold aging stock. You are definitely not paying for someone elses impractical improvements here! SUMMARY: If you seek quality, unimproved land in bulk at high value, with impeccable location, WBR-HLT should be on your short list of prospects. This blank canvas has that clean Lindendale look, due to grazing by Angoras decades ago which virtually eliminated the cedar but preserved the oaks. The combo of scenery, water development potential, location, dramatic homesites with a tad of fertile land is second to none. We appreciate your consideration, and welcome your inquiries, and hope to see you soon. FINANCIAL/TITLE: Listing price is $5,500/acre, sellers will furnish new survey and basic title insurance. Mineral conveyance is negotiable. An electric transmission line crosses the ranch in the northwest section. Electricity is provided by Pedernales Electric Coop. The ranch is located in the Blanco ISD, and estimated ag-exempt taxes are $800 per year. Additional land available up to 1,775 acres, total. The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of LANDTX, David E. Culver, broker.
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