The 940 Acre Wildlife Haven offers some of the most diverse terrain in Kerr County, with dry creek beds, fertile bottom land, and the 2nd  highest peak in the county. The land is fairly raw, making it the perfect blank slate for a family hunting ranch or a high-fenced game operation. Great access from HWY 1340 makes for a quick drive to Kerrville and back home to Houston, San Antonio, Austin, and Fredericksburg.


940 Acres located approximately 13 miles West of Hunt, Tx in West/Central Kerr County 40 minutes from Kerrville, 1 hour from Fredericksburg, 1 ½ hours from San Antonio, 2 ½ hours from Austin, and 4 ½ hours from Houston. Access from HWY 1340 via Bobcat RD.

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Land: Wildlife Haven features lush bottom land, dry creek beds along Indian Creek, and the 2nd highest peak elevation point in Kerr County, known as Red Hill. Tremendous views of the Hill Country and the Guadalupe River Valley can be seen from the peak. The ranch is thick with healthy Oak cover and Cedar, pulling in ample wild game from the surrounding low-fenced neighbors. There is a road system in place suitable for a truck with plenty of ATV trails for travel. Over 220 feet of elevation change from the Indian Creek Valley to the top of Red Hill make the nearly 1,000 acre ranch feel even larger.

Improvements: A 2600+/- SF ranch house was built in the late 1800’s with numerous updates and upgrades made over the years. Original hardwood floors still cover the bedroom and living areas. The homes electrical system was re-wired in recent years. This house makes for the perfect ranch home, maintaining the charm of an older home with all of the creature comforts found in new construction. The covered barn is suitable for tractor storage, ranch supplies, and tools.

Wildlife: Axis, Whitetail, Fallow, and Turkey are found roaming the ranch. A healthy deer population is attributed to the natural cover, food supply, and lack of hunting pressure.

Taxes: $1,820 for 2019 with Ag-Exemption in place.  

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