105 +/- acres located only 10 minutes from downtown Kerrville, where folks enjoy the Guadalupe River, live music, art shows, and various events throughout the year that are unique to the Texas Hill Country. Rolling terrain and bottom land with good Oak Cover provides the perfect bedding area for native and exotic game. A blank slate for the avid hunter or someone looking to build a full time residence, you can’t beat this location at this price!
Located approximately 1.5 miles South-East of the Kerrville City limits, with frontage on Hwy. 27. A short 10-minute drive from downtown Kerrville, 50 Minutes from San Antonio, and 4 Hours from Houston.
Land: With over 120 years in the same family, the 105 +/- acre ranch was established during the beginnings of the town of Center Point, TX. In 1890, the original family settlers from Molton, TX purchased the land and have continued their stewardship ever since. The Kerr Rolling 105 offers varying topography from with over 180’ of elevation change. Shin Oak and Live Oak provide ample cover from the free ranging wildlife and there is no Cedar on the ranch. The Guadalupe River Valley can be seen from the north end of the ranch, allowing the owner to take in sunsets from the South-Easterly view. A 1/4-acre pond holds water very well, occasionally going dry during times of drought. The pond catches rain runoff from the Twin Sisters hilltops and could be supplemented to create an impressive water feature. The ranch has a road system in place that is a very comfortable ride in an ATV. An electrical distribution line from Pedernales Electric Co Op traverses the property allowing for an easy drop to the preferred build area. The perimeter is low fenced on 3 sides and un-fenced along the southwestern boundary for approximately 3,800 ft.
Wildlife: Herds of Axis and Whitetail roam the ranch and surrounding country with miles of low fenced neighbors in all directions. Given the proximity to the reliable water source of the Guadalupe River, free range exotics are abundant on the ranch. The animals have never been over pressured and have been hunted by the same family for over 20 years. Turkey, Dove, Hogs, and Blackbuck are also frequently seen on the ranch, allowing the new owner a year ‘round hunting experience.
Easements: A gas pipeline cuts across the north-west corner of the ranch. There is also an LCRA transmission line easement on the property.
Taxes: 2019 taxes are estimated to be $105 with current agriculture tax-valuation in place.