Texas Hunting and Recreational Property For Sale - K2 Ranch - 562 +/- Acres
Your search for an agricultural and wildlife investment ends here at the K2 Ranch. This ruggedly handsome ranch is located within 20 minutes of nearby Fredericksburg, Texas and Mason, Texas, both prized Hill Country destinations. Far enough away from the big-city sprawl but still within easy driving distance of city amenities. Good restaurants, banks, airports, medical facilities, and grocery stores are readily available in the area known as The Heart of the Texas Hill Country. Located near US Hwy 87, K2 Ranch is easily accessible in all weather conditions. This Texas Hill Country ranch is ready for you and your friends and family.
The K2 Ranch is an exceptional, secluded 562 +/- acre Texas Hill Country Ranch with outstanding topography, dramatic hill top views, sandy loam soils and heavy native hardwoods, predominately live oak some 200+ years old. Excellent and diverse native grass. Jaw-dropping views of the Llano River Valley to the northwest and the Doss - Harper Valley to the southwest. Wildlife is extremely prolific. This is a unique historical ranch with a long history of ownership by the same family.
Abundant wildlife including a well-managed trophy whitetail deer population are found all over your new ranch. The Seller has operated a trophy whitetail guided hunt business on this ranch and the surrounding family-owned ranches for decades. Outstanding whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, and some hogs. This is Big Buck Country.
This ranch is a hunter's paradise with outstanding wildlife habitat throughout, and your new Texas ranch offers some sort of hunting activity everyday, all day. Not only for your personal enjoyment as the new owner but also as another revenue stream on this Texas hunting land for sale.
There is a historic sandstone block building on the ranch that was used as a stagecoach stop along the Pinta Trail that is still being used as a hunting cabin. There are three good solar wells on the property estimated at 5-10 Gpm. Electricity is available right across the fence on the adjoining property.
Loyal Valley, established on the Pinta Trail in 1858 by German pioneers from Fredericksburg, once had a hotel, saloon, store, school, church, post office, a baseball team, and 194 people. The stagecoach stopped there on its way from San Antonio to parts northwest, and this was, for a time, the leading town in the huge Fisher-Miller Land Grant. The Fisher-Miller Land Grant, 3,878,000 acres, included present day Mason, Llano, Kimble, Menard, Concho, McCulloch, and San Saba Counties. Friedrichsburg was originally to be there, but settlers stopped short of the Fisher-Miller area because of the hostility of the Indians in the area at the time.