The Rock Creek property is 1558 acres with magnificent hills which provide spectacular vistas including a magnificent downtown skyline view. The trees include live oak, post oak, elm and cedar and are uncharacteristically large due to its location atop the aquifer and the unique geology of the property. The prior stewards of the property maintained the property to the highest standards adding to the physical beauty. The property is subject to a conservation easement which limits the development of the property. There are over 7,000 acres of land which adjoin the Rock Creek property that are permanently protected from development through the use of conservation easements. The concept for the development of the property is to have a 1558 acre conservation ranch community where you will enjoy ownership of a 100 acre ?lot?. The Walk for a Day, a thirty four mile trail system envisioned by the City of Austin and the Hill Country Conservancy, will connect the property to Lady Bird Lake and Zilker Park. Driftwood, a tiny community in the Texas Hill Country, is emerging as the Napa Valley of Texas, where numerous vineyards and orchards dot the area hillsides. The area is home of the famed Salt Lick restaurant. Famed restaurateur, Damian Mandola and his winery and Tratoria Lisina, now call Driftwood home.
The property fronts FM 967 east of FM 1826 and the Salt Lick Restaurant. The front of the property is located 25 miles southwest of downtown Austin.
live oak, post oak, elm and cedar and are uncharacteristically large due to its location atop the aquifer and the unique geology of the property
Septic at owners expense
Wells at owners expense. There are two wells on the property, one operated by windmill
There are two older homes on the property and some cattle pens. The improvements add little or no value.
The taxes are low due to the wildlife valuation. 2008 taxes were $4991
Property Presented By:
Land Advisors Organization
Tim Riley - Broker
501 S. Mopac, Bldg. 2, Suite 525
Austin, Texas, 78746