+/- 181 Acres with cabins and great hunting in Spring Branch!
- County: Comal
- Address: 925 Bell Ranch Road, Spring Branch, Texas 78070
- Zip: 78070
- City: Spring Branch
- Price: $4,250,000
- Acres: 181
- State/Zip: Texas 78070
- Beds: 4
- Baths: 2.5
This +/-181 acre ranch is a prime example of Texas Hill Country at its best. Varied topography offers flat pasture land, gently sloping areas, caves, a large stock tank (currently dry) and rugged canyon land that falls into Honey creek and its tributaries. It is surrounded by large parcels, family ranches, and borders the Honey Creek State Natural Area of the Guadalupe River State Park. Very quiet and peaceful setting with excellent hunting: axis deer, sika, white tail, aoudad, turkey, hogs etc. There are three shipping containers that are all decked out with nice living quarters and animal processing room as well as a large carport with RV hook-ups. Electric, septic and well in place. Easy access to Boerne, San Antonio, New Braunfels, Blanco and Austin!
Fully fenced with brand new fencing at the entrance and north and west boundaries. New gate and electric gate opener.
Water Well drilled in 2013 and is 620 feet deep. Second well with unknown records.
Conventional Septic System installed in 2015
Three custom outfitted, 54 foot high cube, cedar-lined interior shipping containers sealed with spray foam insulation
2 bedroom, 1 full bath, living area, full kitchen and rooftop deck
2 bedroom, 1 full bath, living area, and full kitchen
Dry, climate-controlled storage area/bunkroom with operational container doors and ramp to store ATV, 1/2 bath, washer and dryer connections, and stainless-steel sink and counter for processing game
Carport large enough for RV or 4 cars/trailers. RV hook up.
Great hilltop area for future homesite with amazing views of the Twin Sisters
Yearly taxes for 2020 were $754.66. Containers are not taxed by Comal County.
Less than 2 miles from the entrance to Guadalupe State Park. Bordered by Texas Parks & Wildlife Property
No restrictions/No HOA
Comal Independent School District
Whitetail & Axis Deer, Aoudad, Sika, Turkey, Dove, Jackrabbits, Cottontail, and Various Bird Species
Caves, seasonal creeks and box canyons
Oaks of all sizes and species. A lot of the property is cleared of cedar with roadways for hunting, driving, and wildlife viewing.
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