Location:This Texas Hill Country ranch is in Kerr County and is a convenient 16 miles southeast of Kerrville and even closer to Guadalupe River parks. Ingress to the ranch is via West Wind Road, an all-weather gravel surface road, which provides gated access for owners in the Lazy Valley Country subdivision.San Antonio - 55 milesAustin - 102 milesHouston - 250 milesDallas/Ft Worth - 333 miles Land:The property consists of two separate homesites/lots, both of which have been platted and recorded at the Kerrville County Courthouse, as a portion of the Lazy Valley Country Unit #1 Subdivision. Both lots have frontage on West Wind Road. There is an impressive 150'+ of elevation change from the access road to the back of the property. The topography affords nice views to the east which are ideal for building...you will be sitting in the shade in the afternoon! Entrance to the property is near it's highest point on the northwest side, where it is relatively flat. As you drive into the property the vistas begin to open up as the elevation decreases. The ranch has two drainages that converge near the southeast corner. With only minimal cedar, the property contains scattered oak motts, persimmon, cedar elm, and many other varieties of trees and shrubs. This subdivision has a very sensible set of recorded protective covenants. Water:The current owner hired a contractor to build a small pond at a small spring/seep in the southern most drainage in 2009. This 1/4 acre pond has never gone dry, even during the extremely dry summer of 2011 and the current, ongoing drought. Water wells in this area typically range from 500 to 700' deep. Improvements:There are no structures on the property. The ranch is completely low fenced and the fencing is in excellent condition. Electricity is nearby on the adjacent properties to the south, as well as the northeast. Wildlife/Hunting:Hunting on the ranch is very good. There are numerous whitetail deer, axis deer, sika deer, turkey and feral hogs. Property Summary:If you are looking for a piece of the Texas Hill Country that is less than 100 acres, with privacy, security, views and easy access to San Antonio, this may be the place for you. You also have the option to keep one of the tracts and sell the other. The possibilities are endless.