Acreage/Farm & Ranch
The Fish Hook Ranch, so named for the intriguing "fish hook cactus" that appear sporadically throughout the ranch, is approximately 900 acres near Cypress Mill in Blanco County. Property is fully fenced and crossed fenced with an abundance of grazing areas and cover alike for wildlife or livestock with 2 water wells and electricity in place. Spring-fed Cypress Creek is one of the most spectacular live-water waterways in the Hill Country...more
This beautiful 300-acre live-water ranch is located less than 5 minutes south of downtown Marble Falls with multiple access points from U.S. Hwy. 281 on the east side of the ranch. It has approximately one-half mile of Burnet County Road 401 on the west side. The City of Marble Falls has a 16’ water main across the east side of the ranch.
Year-round live water is provided by approximately a half mile of Flatrock Creek (both sides) that...more
Approximately 70 acre gentleman's ranch in the gated community of Cavern Ranches. The home is perched high on a peak along the Backbone Mountain Range at about 1350 ft. 10-20 mile views of the Highland Lakes and surrounding Hill Country show Shovel Mountain, Lake Marble Falls, Lake LBJ, and Packsaddle Mountain on the horizon. The home has been very well maintained with windows strategically situated to capture the views from all over....more
Beautiful Unrestricted Ag Exempt Hill Country property with two homes on 40.24 acres! Custom log home AND an additional Barndominium with 2000 sqft living space and 1600 workshop with 3 Bay doors. Stock tank 8' deep full of fish. This is a dream property with endless possibilities, could be a wedding venue, winery....only limited to your imagination! Offered at $1,555,000
Listing Agent - Katherine Clay (830) 201-0877more
Approx 44.7 acres in a fantastic location! This tract lies between Highway 281 and Highway 71, about 5 minutes from Scott and White Hospital, 10 minutes south of Marble Falls, and 20 minutes west of Bee Cave. The same family has been fortunate to have enjoyed the land for over 100 years, used primarily for hunting and agricultural purposes. Whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, and other Hill country wildlife are abundant throughout. Large live oak,...more