- Property Name:1,200 Acres Train Mountain Ranch
- Live Water:Yes
1,200± ACRES TRAIN MOUNTAIN RIVER RANCH, Kimble County
KC 190, Junction, TX 76849
Train Mountain River Ranch is a highly desirable 1,200± Acre live-water offering featuring 2± miles of N. Llano River frontage (with portions having both sides) and breathtaking Hill Country topography and views combined with incredible wildlife. Train Mountain, which can be seen from I-10 is an iconic and grandiose feature with unbelievable views of both the N. Llano River and the surrounding area. Kimble County was along the Santa Fe Trail mapped in the 1800s, and was inhabited by several Native American groups, evidenced by Indian middens with artifacts.
Improvements: Multiple homes with rental income exist on the property. The first home is over 3,400± sq. ft. with an 800± sq. ft. detached garage with a current rental income of $1,200/month. The second home is 1,150± sq. ft. also with a barn, multiple sheds and a carport, and has a current rental income of $700/month. Both houses are set up on Junction city water.
There is also a modest hunter’s cabin around 700± sq. ft. that is fully functional.
Ranch Improvements: There is a set of pipe & cattle panel constructed pens, with a loading chute, and small shed with water piped to them from the main well.
Water: The live-water frontage on the crystal clear N. Llano River is gorgeous, with over 2± miles of both rapids and deeper pools. This is a picturesque waterway for kayaking and fishing as well as floating and swimming. The flow is strong, and this is one of the most sought after water features in all of the Texas Hill Country. Bass fishing and catfish are prolific and waterfowl hunting can be strong at times as well. There are multiple water wells, one is run by a windmill and the other strong hand-dug well by an electric sub-pump. One nice stock tank. City water is also available and utilized for the two main residences.
Topography: Varied and iconic Hill Country topography with incredible views from its location on the Edwards Plateau. Train Mountain is a striking highlight, and elevations ranging from 1,700± feet to 2,030± feet provide fantastic hiking as well as many scenic overlooks. Bottom land areas along the river have productive alluvial soils.
Vegetation: Large native trees & diverse brush abound along with native grasses and some productive bottom land that could be planted as a food plot or improved grass. Oaks are plentiful and a large population of sizable Pecan trees can be found in the bottom land areas.
Wildlife: Train Mountain River Ranch is home to many exotics including: Axis deer, Aoudad, wild sheep, and the occasional Blackbuck Antelope, as well as a thriving population of whitetail deer, turkeys, dove, ducks plus pigs.
Taxes: $2,625.42 Agricultural exemption.
Location: The ranch is located just outside of Junction Texas, and both a hospital and the 5,004 foot lighted (KJCT) Kimble County runway are located within a few miles, plus restaurants, groceries, shops, etc. can be found a short drive away. The ranch is located just 1 hour, 20± min from I-10 and 1604 in San Antonio and is a little over 2 hours from Austin, with historic Fredericksburg (50± min from the ranch) on the way.
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