- Property Name:420 Acres Hidden Spring Ranch
- Status:Active Option
- Live Water:Yes
420± ACRES HIDDEN SPRING RANCH. Kendall County,
Bergheim TX 78006
Hidden Spring Ranch is a spectacular live water property located just north of Bergheim, Texas. This first-time offering has been in the same family for 90 years and offers a wonderful raw blank canvas with multiple build sites along its extensive Guadalupe River frontage. River tracts of this size are quickly becoming a rarity in this area of the Hill Country.
The highlight of the ranch is the 4,850± feet of cypress-lined Guadalupe River frontage. The river can be easily accessed in several locations and features some wide, deep pools segregated by flowing rapids. There is also a strong spring in the center of the ranch, that flows water year-round according to the owners. There is currently no water well on the ranch, however neighboring well logs suggest that domestic water can be found at 200-250± feet.
The gently sloping “usable” terrain descends from 1,280± feet above sea level on the east side of the ranch down to 1,100± feet at the river which forms the western boundary. A healthy population of hardwoods can be found along the river bottom and sloughs, along with numerous beautiful live oaks scattered across the ranch. Only approximately 12-13% of the ranch lays within the 100-year floodplain, allowing for endless options for future build-sites.
Whitetail, turkey, axis, sika, and great fishing along the river.
The ranch is accessed via a 1.8± mile privately owned gravel lane off of FM 3351, just 6 miles north of Bergheim, and is an easy 16 miles to Boerne and IH-10. Considering the explosive growth that eastern Kendall County has experienced over the last few decades, this ranch provides an excellent investment with tremendous future development potential.
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