Where else can you find 80+ unrestricted acres to hunt, fish, and recreate, less than 1 mile from Kerrville city limits for under $1M?
Just south of Kerrville and 1 mile from the city limits, this ranchito has a lot to offer. Paved road frontage on Hidden Acres Road in the Kerrville South area, with access to SH 16 via Ranchero Road to the north, or Camino Real to the south.
Description: This property offers all of the best attributes of the hill country: long distance views, beautiful bottom land, giant hardwoods, hunting, and fishing. Recent cedar removal has revealed deep, black soils with great tree diversity. Look for arrowheads below the high oak and elm canopy along the seasonal creek that fills the +/- 1 acre pond. The main road forks, with one route making a loop to the east fence, where it joins a large ranch. The other fork leads to the summit of one of the highest hills in the area, providing long-range views and great build sites. The perimeter is partially fenced on three sides, with the south side open to Hidden Acres Road. Close to town, but no city taxes. Electricity is directly adjacent. Public water can also be provided by Aqua for a fee. Seller will consider an allowance to offset costs with an acceptable offer.
Water: A seasonal creek and springs fill the +/- 1-acre pond, with a lot of room for improvement. The dam eroded years ago, but can be easily repaired to back up even more water and add more surface acreage. Majestic oaks and giant hardwoods tower above the creek inlet, providing a great place to picnic or hunt for arrowheads. Stocked with fish for over 20 years, it is a great little oasis for fishing and recreation.
Wildlife: Hunting is permitted on the many free-ranging deer and exotics that frequent the property. If you prefer to capture animals with a camera, enjoy photographing waterfowl and songbirds that inhabit the riparian area.