The Massie Gentleman’s Ranch is conveniently located only 30 miles from Kerrville, 15 miles from Harper, and 20 miles from Junction, in southeastern Kimble County. Access is provided by a very well-maintained private road with an electric gate.

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Land: The ranch offers 20 +/- acres of rolling terrain and thick cover with Live Oak, Red Oak, and Cedar. The ranch is cross-fenced with approximately half of the acreage left in its native form, with the remaining acreage being manicured and well-groomed. Numerous large, healthy Live-Oaks flourish in the northwest corner of the ranch, where deep and fertile soil gives way to the adjacent draw. Approximately 350 yards of improved driveway lead you from the private road to the improvements. With over 45 feet of elevation change, the ranch offers great views, perfect for taking in the Hill-Country sun sets. A wet weather creek meanders from the Northeast corner to the North West corner providing a diverse and scenic terrain. The ranch is low-fenced with approximately 500 feet unfenced.

Improvements: Built in 2012, this 1,600 Sq. Ft. ranch house offers 3 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, 1-half bathroom, Kitchen, Living room, and over 2,000 Sq. Ft. of wrap around porches that are perfect for watching animals and taking in the persistent breeze. Located near the ranch house is a 500 Sq. Ft metal barn with an additional carport area for covered parking. There is also covered parking available for an RV, with a caliche pad site and RV hook-ups. 1 Edwards Aquifer water well provides ample water to the home, barn, and animal troughs, producing 8+ GPM.

Wildlife: Some of the best fair-chase hunting is found on the Massie Gentleman’s ranch and surrounding areas, with miles of low fenced neighbors and low hunting pressure. Large herds of trophy exotics and Whitetail roam the area, including some of the best Axis that the hill country has to offer. The current owner has also seen Blackbuck and Fallow roaming in years past. Large neighbors to the North and East allow the animals to flourish and not be over pressured.

Taxes: $120 per year, Wildlife Exemption in place.

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