The Seven L Ranch is a turn-key hunting and recreational ranch with ample Exotics, Whitetail, game birds, fishing, and fun for the entire family. The quality improvements and land make the ranch a rare find in this price range and the ranch is set up to be a turn-key operation for the new owner. Varying topography, Large Oak trees, and abundant native grass allow the trophy game animals to thrive year after year.
North-Western Kimble County, Approximately 15 miles NW of Junction, TX with frontage along Kimble County Road 213.
Land: 100 acres of prime Hill Country hunting land with abundant native grass, large-healthy Oak Trees, varying topography, and loaded with native and exotic game animals. The Seven L Ranch features over 100 ft. of elevation change from the 2240’ plateau near the ranch house, down to 2120’ near the dry creek bottom that feeds into West Bear Creek. An extensive ATV road system is in place and meanders over the 100 acres, allowing the owner to enjoy every inch of the land. Several quality blinds and feeders are located in prime hunting area and will convey with the sale. A ¼ acre pond located near the ranch house is stocked Bass and perch, drawing in deer and game birds. Extensive work by the current owner has made the ranch ready to be enjoyed.
Improvements: Hill Country sunsets don’t get much better than from the back porch of the 951 Sq. Ft. ranch-house. Built in 2013, the well-appointed home features 2 bedrooms and two baths, vaulted ceilings, granite counter tops, and stainless-steel appliances. The exterior is constructed of hardy board and limestone with a metal roof, built to withstand the environment. Overlooking the pond from the highest elevation on the ranch, the back porch is the best place to view all of the trophy animals on the Seven L Ranch. Located near the house is the 500 Sq. Ft. garage, perfect for ATV storage and feed. Water and electricity are currently available at the garage, with an RV hook up readily accessible.
For tractors and larger ranch equipment, the 40X30 metal barn provides storage out of the outdoor elements and could be finished out into additional living quarters. The metal well house near the garage houses the water storage tank fed from the Edwards Aquifer Well. A licensed, conventional septic system is in place located near the ranch house.
Wildlife: Trophy Whitetail and Exotics roam the Dominion ranch and are drawn into the Seven L from years of consistent feeding and water. Mature Axis, Red Deer, Blackbuck, Fallow, Whitetail, and Aoudad are abundant on the ranch, providing owners with trophy hunting year ‘round. Game birds such as Turkey and Dove also thrive on the Seven L. Quality blinds, corn and protein feeders are in place, making the ranch ready to hunt.
Taxes: 2019 taxes totaled $1,881 with wildlife valuation in place.