84.77± Acres
Dripping Springs,

TBD Prochnow RD, Dripping Springs, TX 78620

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TBD Prochnow RD, Dripping Springs, TX 78620


Exceptionally private and tranquil 84+/- acres featuring a wet weather creek and tank surrounded by gorgeous hardwoods in the heart of Hill Country, just 30 minutes to Downtown Austin. Boarded by large acreage parcels, this is a rare offering being partitioned out of a 169+/- ac ranch. Prochnow Ridge Ranch – East features an abundance of seclusion and useability. In light of its mainly level topography ranging from 1310’-1260’+/- there are plenty of gorgeous build envelopes. The shape of this tract lends itself to future development of (8) 10+ acre tracts coupled with more than 1200’ of county road frontage. Wildflowers and native wildlife blanket this awe-inspiring canvas, a true piece of nature at its finest. Excellent for livestock or recreational use, boasting a high population of Whitetail Deer. Currently Ag-exempt and outside of city limits. Less than 30 minutes to Austin. Minutes to shopping, restaurants, wineries and distilleries. Light restrictions. Additional 84 contiguous acres available.


South side of Prochnow between Mt. Gainor and Pursley
Listing #5339901, last updated August 21, 2023. Courtesy of Andi Eystad of Anders Realty & Mortgage Group.

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