The San Saba Peak Game Ranch boasts a commanding presence in the Texas Hill Country. This rare and unique geographic feature rises 1,712 feet above sea level to a plateaued peak that is visible for miles in every direction. The Peak is a Texas Historic site named in 1732 by the Spanish Governor of Texas, Don Juan Antonio y Cevallos. The unique outcropped rock formations offer caves and Indian artifacts along with the tales of lost silver.
The San Saba Peak Game Ranch is dominated with a heavy cover of cedar, mesquite and live oak. Selective clearing has been done creating meadows for habitat improvement and hunting.
There are four strategically located hunting blinds and feeders dispersed across the ranch with room for several more. Hunting will be excellent with a variety of big game species present in breeding herds such as Whitetail Deer, Axis Deer, Red Deer, Blackbuck Antelope, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Aoudad and Iranian Red Sheep. In addition, there are Wild Turkey, Feral Hogs and a variety of varmints present on the ranch.
For wing shooting, a 40 +/- acre field is planted annually with a variety of forage and grains that provide feed for the wildlife and game birds. The field is a magnet for doves during the season and quail have been spotted as well.
The sloping and rolling topography provides runoff from rains that feed several small earthen dam stock tanks located throughout the ranch.
The native stone Ranch House with three bedrooms, two baths and a basement has recently undergone an extensive renovation. Rustic, traditional design with Saltillo Tile floors, granite counter tops, Alder cabinets and an inviting rock fireplace. The front porch offers scenic views across the field and the Colorado River Valley off in the distance to the Southwest. Out back, a flagstone patio with a built in gas grill sits under a canopy of Live Oaks with a spectacular view of San Saba Peak.
Hop in a Ranger and take a ride to the top of San Saba Peak and enjoy the incredible 40+ mile views of the Texas Hill Country. Relax by the fire pit with a cool drink and experience an incredible sunset!
A 5,000 s.f. Metal Barn on a concrete foundation features a workshop, utility room, equipment storage, walk in cooler and skinning rack complete the heavily wooded property. The ranch is surrounded by four miles of 8' high tensile net wire game fencing.
This is one of the rarest offerings Ranch Investments had in many years. A ranch that encompasses a significant State Historic Landmark, has quality improvements, stocked with a variety of exotic wildlife and offers outstanding wing shooting. Don't miss your opportunity to own this Historic Ranch.
Location: 95 miles Northeast of Austin, and 170 miles Southwest of Dallas. Goldthwaite is a 10-minute drive for local services.
Access: County Road 429 Frontage.
Water: A water well serves the improvements and there are several ponds for the wildlife.
Terrain: Gently rolling with excellent topography rising to the Historic San Saba Peak.
Main House is an 1800 s.f. Rock Ranch House with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths plus a basement. Recent renovations include new granite counter tops and appliances in the kitchen, new bathroom fixtures, updated hvac and electrical service.
Barn of 5,000 s.f. completely enclosed on a concrete foundation with utility room, workshop area, equipment storage, skinning rack and walk in cooler.
Flora: A mixture of Cedar, Live Oak, Spanish Oak, Elm, Hackberry and Mesquite are scattered across the native grass pastures. Several varieties of brush species are present proving feed for the wildlife.
Fauna: Breeding herds of Whitetail Deer, Axis Deer, Red Deer, Blackbuck Antelope, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Aoudad and Iranian Red Sheep. In addition, there are Wild Turkey, Feral Hogs and a variety of varmints present on the ranch.
Older Ranch House
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