Kerr County | South Fork River Ranch | SW of Kerrville
- County: Kerr
- Zip: 78024
- Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Property, Riverfront Property
- City: Hunt
- Price: $975,000
- Acres: 16
- State/Zip: Texas 78024
- Status: Available
Stunning Live Water | Gorgeous Views | Prime Location
This is a premier live-water ranch with hilltop views and fantastic building sites. The property is under and Ag Exemption and electricity is on site. The 16 +/- acre South Fork Guadalupe River Ranch is well-known for its superb live-water, prime location and beautiful views. Both sides of the clear flowing Guadalupe River traverse though the property for 850 +/- feet.
The 16 +/- acre South Fork Guadalupe River Ranch is well-known for its superb live-water, prime location and beautiful views. Both sides of the clear flowing Guadalupe River traverse though the property for 850 +/- feet. The setting of this property is extremely private, despite being located approximately 8 miles from historic Hunt, Texas. This is a premier live-water ranch with hilltop views fantastic and building sites. The property is under and Ag Exemption and electricity is on site.
The property is located approximately 8+/- miles southwest of Hunt, Texas with 850 +/- feet of paved Highway 39 frontage road. There is a Home Depot, Lowes in Kerrville, which is 12.8 +/- miles from the ranch. Located approximately 70 +/- miles from San Antonio, 110 +/- miles from Austin and 260 +/- miles from both Midland and Houston.
Ownership on both sides of the river is a desirable attribute, providing a unique sense of privacy and seclusion. The river is 75+/- feet wide in selective areas and is loaded with perch, bass and catfish. There are many accessible areas to enter the river making for a wonderful parklike setting. Many sycamore trees and other native hardwoods line the river bank. An ideal recreational property for activities such as fishing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and tubing.
Upon entering the ranch off of paved Highway 39 you are met with a well-constructed concrete private bridge over the Guadalupe River. A concrete road continues on through the middle of the property up to the main hilltop. This impressive road is 8+/- feet wide and stretches 560+/- feet, rising 60+/- asl. There are quality views at this elevation location with electricity already in place.
Terrain is relatively flat along the river bottom with large sycamore trees and other hardwoods lining the river bank. Elevation rises from 1,896 +/- asl to 1,960 +/- asl as you navigate eastward. Terrain continues up with to the main hilltop with various hardwoods including heritage live oaks, shin oak, lacey oaks and juniper. A natural selection of native grass covers the property. On any given day there is a possibility to find arrowheads and other artifacts from the Native American time period.
The Ranch is blank canvas for the next owner to build their custom home or cabin for use at the Ranch.
Abundant wildlife including, axis deer, whitetail deer, turkey, dove, hogs and occasional water fowl.
Both sides of strong flowing South Fork Guadalupe River traverses through the property on either side for approximately 850 +/- feet. A solar pump is installed near the river, supplementing a 2,500 +/- gallon storage tank and livestock trough.
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