This 370+ acre ranch grandly displays the epitome of the hill country. With 800' of the strong, year-round, rock bottomed Cow Creek, and some of the highest peaks in Travis County, the property is replete with panoramic views and water. Smaller year-round spring-fed creeks crisscrossing the property have carved stunning grottos into the Texas limestone, finally culminating with a waterfall spilling into Cow Creek. Cedars and live oaks abound. Texas Hill Country beauty at its finest!
On Cow Creek, 30 minutes to Lakeline, 50 minutes to downtown Austin.Map of Travis County Description •The Ag exemption will expire once the seller removes the cattle from the land at the end of the year •Wildlife exemptions will continue, thus continuing the low taxes •The removal of the Ag exemptions will likely reduce the fair market value of the land, thus likely reducing the taxes on the land •In assessing fair market value, the appraiser RECOMMENDED dividing the land into 7 large 50 acre tracts which will all qualify for Wildlife Exemptions; therefore the land is not legally divided into tracts as of yet and the these tracts have not been platted, no location has been chosen •Moving forward with these recommendations, 3 of the lots can be built on, the 4 others cannot •The 3 lots have a 5 acre envelope for building whatever the owner would like to build - the rest of the acreage must be left untouched •Clearing of brush, etc is considered land maintenance and is acceptable and encouraged in these easements •Hydrological enhancements (such as building a pond or enhancing the grottoes on the creek) are also encouraged and part of the beautification and maintenance of the land •The high plateau that you can drive on (you will know it when you go out there) and the 24 acres around it are not included in the conservation easements, but does maintain wildlife exemptions. Minerals Partial Listing Agent Dave Murray (512) 751-6060 - view all properties from this agent