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A classic Hill Country ranch with long-range views, miles of wet weather creek frontage, rolling topography, multiple prominent building sites, several unique geological features, and an eclectic ranch house. There are four stunning grottos located in the creeks with impressive limestone walls, the largest of which has over 20ft of drop. Red Hill, the highest named point in Kerr County is located on the property. Indian Creek Ranch is conveniently located just 1.5 hours from downtown San Antonio. The ranch has been in the family for over 100 years and is ready for the next family to build a legacy. The property is primarily an Oak-Juniper woodland with impressive topography changes. Multiple ridges and plateaus offer picturesque long-range views of the surrounding Hill Country that could serve as great homesites. This varied topography would also provide unique opportunities for hiking, biking, and ATV/ UTV trails. Indian Creek travels over 1 mile on the property while the tributary runs for nearly 3/4 of a mile before joining the main channel. Indian Creek intersects the north fork of the Guadalupe River on the adjacent property. Being located between the Kerr Wildlife Management Area and the Y-O Ranch, this property is home to many native and exotic wildlife species that this part of the Hill Country is known for. Game species observed on the property include Whitetail Deer, Axis Deer, Gemsbok, Sika Deer, Aoudad, Hogs, and Rio Grande Turkeys. The property has an eclectic 2,500 sq. ft. 4 Bed/ 2 Bath ranch house. The initial structure was originally constructed in the late 1800s and then remodeled and enlarged in the 1950s. There are three bedrooms downstairs with a fourth upstairs. There is a large two-level barn that connects to an intricate set of working pens and multiple outbuildings. Adjacent to the home is a large above ground pila that was utilized as a swimming pool in the past. The water well has a new pump and wire installed in recent years.
Directions: From Kerrville take I-10 West, exit Mountain Home/Hwy 41, take Hwy 41 south 15.6 miles, turn left on FM 1340, go 7.8 miles to Kerr WMA gate. From Ingram, take Hwy 39 west to Hunt, turn right on FM 1340, go 13.6 miles to the second Kerr WMA Gate.
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Listed By: John Melnar of Grand Land Realty, Llc - (512) 497-8284