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- County: Burnet
- Address: HWY 963
- Type: Acreage w/House, Horse Property, Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land, Recreational Property, Residential Property
- City: Burnet
- Price: Call for Price
- Acres: 84±
- State/Zip: Texas
- Beds: 2
- Status: Available
- Baths: 1
Casselberry Ranch is the ideal Hill Country ranch for a primary residence or a weekend getaway, with a beautiful home, outdoor recreation areas, and infrastructure for horses and hunting. This 84± acre ranch for sale in Burnet County, Texas is about an hour from Austin, 18± minutes to Burnet or Lampasas, 30 minutes from Buchanan Dam.
The property has paved highway frontage on FM 963 with a 1,000± foot gravel road to a paved driveway and parking area connecting the ranch home and horse barn. Trails suitable for ATV or two-wheel drive vehicle provide access to the rest of the ranch. A wet weather draw traverses the ranch and feeds a pond of just under an acre. An Edwards well supplies a water storage tank for the property. Three water troughs, a hunting blind, and a corn feeder are also in place. The ranch is 95% pasture that is divided into two low fenced fields. The ranch can currently support livestock at one cow/calf per acre. Abundant native wildlife on the ranch includes Whitetail deer, turkey, dove, and quail.
The lovely ranch home was built in 2005 and is 1,560± square feet with two bedrooms and one bathroom. The home’s modern kitchen is just one part of the expansive, open living space of the home, separated from the dining and living space by a long island bar. This open space features a rock fireplace and rock accents with three sets of French doors leading to the covered patio area of the home. Just behind the home is another giant covered patio area, open on three sides, featuring an outdoor fireplace and ceiling fans. This is the perfect spot for entertaining guests and enjoying a beautiful Hill Country sunset. Nearby is the horse barn with three horse stalls, a storage area and workshop, and a deer processing area. A split rail fence extends past the home and barn, and there is a covered dog run between the house and barn.
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