20± Acres Seco Pass Ranch, Bandera County
18333 Ranch Rd 470
Tarpley, TX, 78883
Description: Close to the quaint town of Tarpley is the 20± acre Seco Pass Ranch that is ready for your personal touch and improvements. In the heart of the Texas Hill Country, this ranch offers a beautiful getaway with convenient access. This raw tract gives you the opportunity to own a manageable piece of quintessential Texas Hill Country in the highly sought after Bandera County.
Improvements: This ranch has paved road frontage on Ranch Rd 470, as well as gravel road frontage on private Seco Pass Rd. There is a road system throughout the property. The perimeter is low fenced all the way around. There are no structural improvements on the ranch but plenty of ideal building sites.
Wildlife: Located in the Texas Hill Country, this ranch contains native wildlife such as White-tailed deer, turkey, wild hogs, varmints and a variety of free ranging exotics.
Vegetation/Terrain: The land along FM 470 is mostly flat and starts to gain elevation as you head to the south. Typical of the area, the ranch is abound with Live oak, Spanish oak, and Cedar trees.
Location: There is 650± feet frontage on FM 470 and frontage on private Seco Pass Road, as well. The gate is 7± miles W of Tarpley, 13± miles E of Utopia, 21 miles W of Bandera, 70± miles NW of San Antonio, 140± miles SW of Austin, and 270± miles W of Houston.
Taxes: Wildlife Exempt.
Note: Texas law requires all real estate licensees to give the following Information About Brokerage Services: trec.state.tx.us/pdf/contracts/OP-K.pdf