560 Acres WKL Ranch, Blanco County – Pape Lane off Rocky Road, Blanco, Texas 78606 – Sale Pending
Description: Conveniently located just 2 miles west of the town of Blanco and 45± minutes from San Antonio, this turnkey, beautiful Hill Country ranch offers the best in both recreational pursuits and Hill Country living. This is a traditional ranch with open pastures for livestock and heavily wooded areas for game cover. The ranch is selectively cleared of cedar with numerous Live Oak, Post Oak and other hardwoods scattered throughout the rolling Hill Country terrain. There are four active water wells, five earthen stock tanks and one crystal clear, spring-fed lake. Excellent hunting with a substantial population of native whitetail, turkey, hogs, etc. Additionally there is a 100 acre pasture that is totally gamefenced for exotics or for a deer breeding program. The ranch is fenced and cross fenced into numerous pastures, with all fences in good to excellent condition. There are two productive hay fields, plus excellent grazing pastures for livestock.
Improvements: Substantial 4 bedroom, 3 bath main residence of approx. 2,900± s.f. has a large covered patio and porch. Constructed of pier and beam plus slab foundation with rock exterior and standing seam, metal roof and central HVAC throughout. Design includes a living room with fireplace, family room with fireplace, kitchen, office and utility room. Additional improvements include a 3-car garage of 730± s.f. with attached storage/meat processing room, plus an additional 400± s.f. storage room. The main residence is surrounded by landscaping and lawn with a sprinkler system. There is also a caretaker’s residence, 1,770± s.f. , 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and metal roof, and a storage building. Plus there is a large 2,400± s.f. hay barn, two sheds and an additional storage building for ranch use. In addition, there is a smokehouse on the property for curing meats and smoking sausage.
Water: The ranch is extremely well watered with 4 active water wells, plus one cased for future use. There are five earthen stock tanks on the ranch. One tank is spring-fed with crystal clear water and a sizeable population of native bass. The west fork of Hines Branch Creek, a seasonal creek, traverses the southern pasture of the ranch. There is underground piping providing water to every pasture on the ranch.
Utilities: Pedernales Electric Coop, Private Septic, Verizon telephone.
Minerals:All minerals owned will convey.
Schools: Blanco I.S.D.
Taxes: Agricultural exemption