This small, 25 acre Lampasas County property is both unique and beautiful. Don’t let this tiny hill country ranch fool you, it has it all! The property is located in the highly desired and gated Smith Ranch which is part of the Thomas R. Stiff Survey. The Smith Ranch is comprised of numerous properties ranging from 25 to 1000+ acre ranches. This ranch has awesome 360 degree scenic views because it is situated on top of one of the highest elevations in the Hill Country area of Central Texas.
The ranch is positioned approximately 20 miles West of the city of Lampasas and is located in Lampasas County. It borders the southern property line of the 9,310 acre Jackson Ranch, which has an abundant amount of wildlife to include whitetail deer, hogs, dove, quail, and turkey. This ranch is also located less than 2 miles from the Colorado River and Colorado Bend State Park and offers a wide array of outdoor activities due to its variety of habitat and terrain.
Each property owner is also granted full access to many miles of easements that follow the Colorado River within the Smith Ranch for fantastic fishing and other water activities. This hill country ranch has been under a strict wildlife management program for the last 5 years that consists of year round supplemental feeding of high quality proteins, vitamins, and necessary minerals to grow large and very healthy whitetail deer and hogs.
It is also home to a growing population of quail, dove, and porcupines which have also increase the frequency of year round bobcat and fox sightings. Property has stone fire-pit, 31 ft Flagstaff RV with large slide-out, heat/ac, built in 2007, 30 ft Sportsman RV with Porch & heat/ac built in 2000, 2 Pot belly fiberglass blinds 6 X 6 wide and 10 high, 2 Hang-em-High Crank-up 55 gal barrel feeders with timers & broadcasters, a couple of water storage tanks and so much more. Get in contact with the real estate agent for Lampasas County for information about this great little property.