1,348 Acres Edelstein Ranch Parcel

$11,450,000.


County: Kerr
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General Info

  • Property Name:1,348 Acres Edelstein Ranch Parcel
  • County:Kerr
  • City:Hunt
  • Acres:1,348
  • Status:Active
  • Live Water:Yes

Description

1,348± Acres Edelstein Ranch Parcel

Kerr County, Hwy. 39, Hunt, TX 78024

Description:A truly unique and historic offering near beautiful Hunt. This long-time family ranch has been owned and operated by the same family since 1927. Not only historic, but truly rare in size for this desirable area and featuring a portion of Guadalupe River plus springs. This tract is an 1,348 Acre portion of the total 1,708 Acre Edelstein Ranch.

Improvements:

Scattered about the ranch are several old barns for equipment storage.

Water: The ranch includes White Oak Spring and Cherry Creek on the western tract and are tributaries to the Guadalupe River, which has its source in Kerr County. No water wells are present.

Vegetation/Terrain: The ranch offers spectacular views with rolling to gentle landscapes, incorporating large native trees such as Live Oak, Spanish Oak, Shinnery Oak, Chinkapin Oak, Hackberry, and Black Walnut trees plus Juniper and Mesquite trees. Grasses common in the area are Buffalo Grass, Wild Rye, Switch Grass, Hairy Gramma, Side Oats Gramma, and Bluestem Grasses. Growing season is approximately 216 days.

Elevations: Elevation ranges from 1,850± feet to 2186± feet asl.

Wildlife: Native game species including white-tailed deer and wild turkey. Feral hogs and exotic species are common in the area which include Axis deer, Sika deer, Fallow deer, Blackbuck Antelope, and Aoudad sheep.

Taxes: Ag Exempt. Source: KCAD

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