105 Acre Katemcy Ridge Ranch

105 Acre Katemcy Ridge Ranch

$2,100,000 Katemcy, Texas 76842
  • 105 Acres

Property Description

The Katemcy Ridge Ranch is in a category all its own and is a wonderful example of a pristine tract of the Texas Hill Country. From its diverse landscape and habitat, to its rich fertile soil, it provides great hunting and agricultural opportunities offering year around enjoyment. Devils Spring creek runs along the southern boundary line of the tract and is lined with a beautiful granite boulder bottom whose waters are fed out of the nearby San Saba River. The focal point of this property is the large ridge that cuts through the ranch overlooks the beautiful Katemcy rock formation. This natural geological wonder comprised of pink granite was named after the Comanche chief who was a signer of the Meusebach Comanche Treaty in 1848. The Katemcy Ridge Ranch is comprised of 105 pristine hill country acres and is ready for its new owner.

Location: The ranch is located in Mason County. Close to both the towns of Mason & Brady offering restaurants, shopping, hotels, taxidermists, meat processors, fuel, feed stores, grocery, hardware, and much more.
Brady 20 miles, Mason 14 Miles, Llano 40 Miles, San Saba 50 Miles, Fredericksburg 56 Miles, Austin 115 Miles, Marble Falls 70 Miles

Habitat: The land is abundant in fertile soil offering some of the best wildlife habitat and cattle grazing in the region. The majority of this ranch consists of diverse dense brush cover, rolling meadows, open stands of live oaks, a tree lined creek, and large uplifted ridge offering 360 degree views.

Many native Texas grasses such as-Texas winter grass, spear grass, sideoats grama, and little-big blue stem, Buffalo grass, Windmill Grass, purple threaten, Texas grama.
-Forbes & scrub brushes:
Algerita, bumelia, mesquite beans, greenbriar, tasajillo, prickly pear fruits, berries, skunk brush, elbow bush.
Live oaks, mesquites, post oaks, hackberry trees, persimmon, pecan, and ash junipers.

Wildlife: This area is known for both the quantity and quality of Whitetail Deer. The Rio Grande turkey population is also strong and makes for a wonderful spring turkey hunt. Coyotes, foxes, bobcats, and hogs are abundant along with good dove hunting in September.

Electricity: Yes

Water: Water Wells. 1 well on this site along with 1 Windmill

Surface Water: Seasonal Granite Lined Devils Spring Creek

Contact: Logan Carroll 512-318-8819

BUYER’S BROKER TERMS: Buyers brokers must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buying prospect on the first showing to be allowed fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the management of the Company.
If a Buyer Prospect makes initial contact with our Company and then later brings in other Broker, after the fact, the other Broker shall not be entitled to fee participation and the Buyer shall be responsible for paying the other Brokers fee, if any.

DISCLAIMER: The Information provided herein is deemed accurate, but subject to errors, omissions, price changes, prior sale or withdrawal. Ranchland Real Estate and Broker Agents licensed by Ranchland Real Estate does not guarantee or is anyway responsible for the accuracy or completeness of information, and provides said information without warranties of any kind. Please verify all facts. Owner holds a Texas real estate salesperson’s license.

*** Buyers Agent will receive a 2% Commission Based upon the Sales Price.***

Useful Documents

Property Map