- Property Name:3,500 Acres Treaty Stone Ranch
- County:San Saba
- City:San Saba
- Live Water:Yes
3,500± Acres TREATY STONE RANCH, San Saba County
CR 310, San Saba, TX 76877
A significant, historic ranch has been family owned and operated as a cattle and hunting property for over 50± years. The Treaty Stone Ranch is the site of the famous Texas Treaty Stone, identifying the location of the Treaty of Peace made between John H. Rollins, Special Agent of the United States Government, and the various Chiefs of all of the Indian Tribes of Texas on December 10, 1850. The ranch functions as a great livestock and wildlife ranch, with minimal improvements offering the opportunity to build to your needs.
Improvements: There is an old rock house plus 2 home sites with full utilities providing infrastructure for future improvements. Complete low perimeter fencing; 3.9± miles of recent fencing.
Water: An impressive 2,600± feet of both sides of live water Wallace Creek includes over one-half mile of the refreshing headwaters of Wallace Creek lined with seasonal fresh watercress. A natural spring feeds one of the tanks near the rock home. Fully stocked 3-acre lake. Conservation lake and dam creating a 14± acre seasonal reservoir. 8 year-around stock tanks, and 4 above ground cement or metal reservoirs. There are 3 working windmills plus 2 sub pumps and 1 shared sub pump. All wells are believed to be in the Hickory Sand Aquifer.
Location: Property fronts on Wallace Creek Road also known as County Road 310, plus two additional public right-of-way accesses to County Road 346. A premier Hill Country setting is only 15± minutes SW of the city of San Saba and 40 minutes N/NW of the City of Llano. Additionally it is 115± miles northwest of Austin, 151± miles north of San Antonio, 174± miles SW of Fort Worth, 195± miles SW of Dallas, 236± miles from Midland and 266± Miles from Houston, Texas.
Vegetation-Terrain: Kleingrass pastures and rolling native rangeland combines with portions of rugged landscape. There are scenic views with magnificent 50’-70’ bluffs and rock outcroppings, with elevations ranging from 1,420-1,600’± asl. Grand trees include large Live Oaks, Cedar Elm, Pecan, Mesquite and other native to the area. Persimmon, Cat Claw, Bee Bush, and Algerita are part of a variety of brush coverage that makes an excellent wildlife habitat.
Wildlife: The perfect environment supports native white tailed deer, turkey, dove, quail, hogs and others, plus there are fishing opportunities
Minerals: All owned will convey
Taxes: $6,108.20, (2019)