Easters Creek Ranch
- County: Burnet
- Address: 2990 County Road 101
- Zip: 76550
- Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Property
- City: Lampasas
- Price: $979,500
- Acres: 223
- State/Zip: Texas 76550
- Beds: 2
- Status: Sold
- Baths: 1
Easters Creek Ranch is a remarkable recreational ranch just an hour drive from Austin. It has plentiful giant oaks, as well as diverse topography and stunning home sites. There is a deep seasonal creek that meanders throughout the acreage. The freshwater pond also offers potential for expansion into a lake. This legacy ranch was in the same family for four generations and is a special part of what was formerly known as the Double Diamond. Wildlife and livestock both have thrived with a combination of thick native cover and high quality pastureland. The ranch has a true feel of quiet privacy without losing proximity to local community. Both Burnet and Lampasas are booming country towns that will take care of all of your ranch needs only 10 minutes away. There are grocery, hardware and feed stores, restaurants, hospitals, golf, and the Burnet airport. Buchanan, Inks, and LBJ are all amazing nearby lakes, providing additional recreation. Make Easters Creek Ranch your recreational home!!!
Utilities: Through the automatic gate entry, an exceptional all-weather road gives easy access to home sites with big Texas views. Electricity is on property and a new water well produces 10-15 gallons per minute. The trail system allows for adventurous access to the remainder of the land.
Terrain: Rolling topography changes show off the scenic and magnificent land. Hunting lanes with deer feeders and a new deer blind add to the exceptional experience of Easters Creek Ranch as well. The soil is suitable for seasonal food plots. The ranch is full of various types of beautiful Oaks, as well as Cedar, Mesquite, Elm and Persimmon.
Wildlife: Hill Country game is plentiful on Easters Creek Ranch, including very healthy whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, quail and dove. There are also squirrels, armadillos, rabbits, raccoons, coyotes, bobcats, and foxes.
Property FAQ: Minerals convey. Seller will provide the survey. Property is under Ag Tax Valuation and could easily be transferred to Wildlife Valuation. Neighbors to the east, west, and south are large, low-fenced acreage. This 222.88 acres may also be subdivided.
All properties are shown by appointment with Joe Beck III, Keller Williams Realty. Buyer's Brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany client or customer on first showing to participate in compensation.
© 2016 Texas Alliance of Land Brokers
© 2016 CoStar Group, Inc.