The Sandstone Ranch, situated in McCulloch County, presents a rare chance to acquire one of the most distinctive recreational properties in the Lone Star State. Spanning approximately 100+/- acres, this ranch serves as an outdoor playground with a multitude of potential uses.
Among some of the potential uses:
A high-fenced game ranch or preserve
Ideal grounds for a sportsmans club
One-of-a-kind shooting range experience
Prime locations for waterfowl and dove hunting
Opportunities for swimming and kayaking
Abundant whitetail deer and/or exotic game hunting
One-of-a-kind fishing experience
Suitable for grazing livestock and hay/crop production
Perfect terrain for rock crawling and off-roading adventures
The Sandstone Ranch boasts a rectangular layout and is situated in a highly sought-after area of the Texas Hill Country. Positioned conveniently 17 miles from Brady and 18 miles from Mason, it is easily accessible via a well-maintained county road. Renowned for its fertile sandy soil, ample underground water sources, and picturesque scenery, the region offers an ideal backdrop for outdoor pursuits. A notable feature of the property is a large quarry that was previously mined for sand, reaching depths sufficient to tap into the water table, resulting in two expansive water features. The striking sandstone walls add to the property’s distinctiveness. The remaining acreage encompasses rolling grasslands, a hilltop plateau providing panoramic vistas, and areas of dense brush country adorned with majestic oak trees.
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