Buck Hollow is an outstanding Hill Country ranch, with a lot to offer. Located on paved CR 2275, the property is around 15 minutes from Lampasas, an hour from Georgetown, Cedar Park/Leander, and an hour and an hour and a half from central Austin. Lampasas provides medical facilities and has an HEB, Walmart, and Tractor Supply for various shopping needs. The Lampasas Municipal Airport is a general aviation airport consisting of a 4,200-foot runway (extendable to 5,000 feet) with an Instrumental Flight Rules approach, a small terminal / lounge building, tee hangars, nine aircraft tie-down spaces, and Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS) that is accessible by telephone or aircraft radio, a cement pad for use by emergency evacuation helicopters and a 24-hour self-service fuel dispensing facility.
When you enter the property, the ranch road winds through motts of oaks and along small meadows until you come to School Creek. An impressive concrete crossing allows access across the creek. The crossing creates a dam that backs up a nice stretch of water. There is 2,500+/- feet of School Creek winding through the ranch. The creek is clear flowing, has a rock bottom, and has scenic limestone bluffs, yet is accessible in various locations. The banks are lined with huge hardwoods. The land has varied topography, with elevations ranging from 1,180 feet to 1,300 feet. There are several building sites with scenic views of the surrounding countryside and take advantage of the southeastern breezes. There is good tree cover consisting of Live Oak, Elm, Spanish Oak, Pecan, Cedar, Sycamore, and Mesquite. The lower elevations have meadows that are ideal for food plots or improved grasses. A feeder creek and/or a deep draw offers the opportunity for a pond or lake. There is a well and electricity on the property. The hunting should be excellent due to the ranch not being hunted for many years. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, and hogs. Occasionally quail can be seen or heard.
If you are looking for a great live water ranch for hunting, recreation, or a home place, then Buck Hollow is worth a serious look. Call Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 for more information.