Amenities

  • Live Water
  • Hunting
  • Hill Country
  • 200 Acres
  • Valley Spring
  • Llano
  • Status: Sold
Property Details

200+ Acre PECAN CREEK RANCH, Llano County

6950 County Road 408, Valley Spring, Texas 76885

Pecan Creek Ranch is a rare find in highly sought after Llano County, with great topography, hardwood tree cover, Pecan Creek bisecting the middle of the ranch, a nice house and more. It has been well taken care of, and has been under the same ownership for the last 2 decades. Located NE of Valley Spring, the Ranch is a 1 hour, 30 minute drive from Austin on beautiful Hwy 71, and then CR 408, making it both accessible and private. Pecan Creek Ranch is a sanctuary for whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, and ducks with the creek bottom being a major wildlife travel corridor, and the extensive cover allowing plenty of places for game to hide. The majority of the property is covered in towering Hardwoods including Live Oak, Post Oak, Blackjack Oak, Spanish Oak, Elm, Pecan with some Mesquite and Cedar having been left to maximize cover for wildlife. The property has several areas that provide long, beautiful hill-country views overlooking parts of the ranch as well as the surrounding area.

Improvements: A nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1,681± Square Ft. house with over 70±0 additional Square Ft. of porch area make this ranch ready to be enjoyed immediately. There is also a detached garage that is used both for storage but also doubles as a secondary TV area. Power is available at the house and on the West side of the property.

Water: Pecan Creek traverses through the ranch for almost 3,500 ft, including both sides creating live water in typical times, as well as a main travel corridor for wildlife. The water well is located on the SW portion of the ranch, and services the ranch with ease. The well was drilled to 60± ft deep with static water level at 15± feet from surface at completion. The well was reportedly equipped with a pump capable of 15 GPM and water was approved by TCEQ as potable.  Water was encountered from 35 feet to 55± feet

Habitat and Terrain: Hill County terrain with the highest point being over 1,480± feet and the lowest being 1,370± feet. The majority of the ranch is loaded with hardwood trees of various types, and there are a couple of areas that have been planted in food plots traditionally. The topographical relief provides long range views with some vantage points having 20-30± mile views.

Wildlife: The ranch has a healthy population of whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, and ducks.

Minerals: Contact Broker

Access: Pecan Creek Ranch has 2300± feet of paved frontage on County Road 408 NE of Valley Spring, TX. Approximately 20± minutes from Llano, and 1 hour 30 minutes from Austin.

Taxes: Ag Exempt

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