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- County: Kerr
- Zip: 78028
- Type: Ranches, Recreational Property, Residential Property
- City: Kerrville
- Price: Contact for Price
- Acres: 2,408
- State/Zip: Texas 78028
- Beds: 6
- Status: Available
- Baths: 5
Just 30 minutes west of Kerrville is a magnificent 2,408 acre Hill Country retreat like no other. The Branch Ranch in Kerr County, Texas is a highly improved turn-key recreation, hunting, and cattle ranch for sale that is truly a rare find. The 3000 main road has served as a runway for light aircraft. Gentle rolling hills covered in native grasses make up the north half of the ranch. These lead to steep canyons on the southern edge, which provide spectacular views overlooking the rugged terrain of the Sabinal and Frio River Canyons.
Near the main road the stunning four bedroom and four and a half bath two-story main home sits atop a gentle slope, with grand views over the pastureland to the south. It is surrounded by beautiful landscaping and plenty of outdoor recreational spaces. The home has been recently remodeled, and interior spaces feature soaring ceilings, a massive stone fireplace, and quiet living spaces. A fully outfitted kitchen has room to prepare large meals, and a more intimate dining and living space flanks the food prep area with access to the large patios through sliding glass doors. The guest quarters across the breezeway offer a space for guests to relax and unwind, with two private bedrooms and baths.
Three cabins are located alongside the main compound, providing space for overflow guests or hunters. A large workshop and equipment barn provide sufficient storage and room for projects, and two ranch staff homes are nearby.
The Branch Ranch has abundant wildlife including whitetail deer, axis, turkey, black buck, fallow and aoudad. Ten deer breeding pens are serviced via a metal building workshop. In addition to the breeding infrastructure, the ranch is outfitted with five hunting blinds and deer feeders. One of the hunting blinds is particularly impressive. It has a poker table and room for several hunters.
Plentiful water is provided via four water wells, four storage tanks and three stock tanks. All three pastures are served with fresh water for wildlife and cattle.
The outer pastures are covered in thick native grasses, hardwood trees such as live oak and post oak, and other areas host thicker brush to provide cover for wildlife. The topography is generally rolling with a few steep canyons.
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