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Katemcy Hilltop Ranch


Katemcy Hilltop Ranch located in Mason County near the town of Katemcy, Texas stands out on its own, showcasing a beautiful piece of the Texas Hill Country. With 105 acres of varied landscape, fertile soil, and diverse habitats, it’s a ranch that offers great opportunities for hunting and agriculture, making it enjoyable year-round. Devils Spring creek runs along the southern edge of the land, bordered by a stunning granite bottom fed by the nearby San Saba River. The key feature of this property is the expansive ridge that runs across the ranch and provides a view of the impressive Katemcy rock formation. This natural geological wonder comprised of pink granite, was named after a Comanche chief involved in the Meusebach Comanche Treaty of 1848. The Katemcy Hilltop Ranch spans 105 pristine hill country acres and is now available for a new owner.

Land Improvements: Katemcy Hilltop Ranch features extensive granite roads excavated from the lake to establish a network of durable all-weather roads that span the entirety of the property. Alongside this, meticulous brushwork has been undertaken, including the ongoing construction of a lake nestled at the base of the ridge, potentially serving as a future homesite. While the lake is not yet fully complete, we have obtained a quote from a local company to finalize its development.

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

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Leaving from Llano: Take a slight right turn onto SH 71 from West Young St Go 29 miles then turn left onto RM 386 Go .7 Miles and turn right onto RM 1222 Go 8.3 Miles and the ranch gate will be on the left Leaving Mason: Head left onto SH 29 West Go 11 Miles & turn right onto RM 1222 Go 2.8 miles and the gate will be on your right Leaving Brady: Take US 190 West and turn left onto US-377 Go 17 Miles and turn left onto RM 1222 Go 2.8 miles and the gate will be on your right

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