Blanco County, Texas
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This property is located approximately 4 miles north and 2 miles west of the city of Blanco and 1-1/2 miles off Hwy. 281 on paved road that dead ends into ranch. It is approximately 53 miles north of San Antonio and 47 miles west of Austin.
Rugged Hill Country with high ridges and deep valley in the east portion, more gentle rolling hills in the west portion. Numerous varieties of trees, including Live Oak, Spanish Oak, Black Walnut, Wild Cherry, Cedar, and Madrones.
Brushy Ridge Trail and Antelope Cove ends at property.
Improvements include high fencing on three sides (all but southern boundary). Excellent new gravel roads, good secondary roads. One well with submersible pump, and one windmill not in use.
Two dams constructed in 2008. One will have a depth of 35" and will cover approximately 4 acres when there is adequate rain to completely fill it. This would be ideal for aquatic life as it should be a source of permanent water.
Orxy, Elk, Blackbuck, Oudad, Whitetail Deer, and Quail.
None of record.
Electricity and phone available.
Low, due to Ag Exemption.
Highway 290 W, left on Hwy. 281. Approximately 3 ½ miles to Brushy Top entrance. Turn right into entrance (Bluff Ridge Trail) and right on Brushy Ridge Trail.
This is an end of the road ranch, bordered on the north and west by a 3,700 acre ranch, which in turn is bordered by a 5,000 acre ranch. Excellent views overlooking both these ranches. Road to ranch is county spec and black top. For serenity in life, this is a good place to be!!