- Property Name:645 Acres Privilege Creek Ranch
- Live Water:Yes
645± Acres Privilege Creek Ranch, Kendall-Kerr County
Turkey Knob Road, Boerne, Texas 78006
The serene and private Hill Country location holds an abundance of natural beauty with Privilege Creek, springs, and ponds. Privilege Creek was so named in 1852 when a pioneer remarked it would be a "privilege" to settle at such a fine spot. With both level terrain and hills, it offers a choice for future improvements with easy access as well as scenic views. The ranch is minutes to historic Boerne or Comfort, plus has proximity to metro San Antonio amenities only 30± minutes away.
IMPROVEMENTS: All weather road system. Partial high fencing.
WATER: Impressive live water includes the headwaters of Privilege Creek (over 1.5± miles of both sides), including numerous springs and small picturesque waterfalls. Privilege Creek continues to run south for thirteen miles, joining with Bear Creek, to its mouth on the Medina River. There is also a 2± Acre tank and 3 smaller ponds, plus both room and potential for much more water development.
TOPOGRAPHY/TERRAIN: There is a dramatic 380± feet of elevation change across the ranch, with stunning hilltops offering dramatic unobstructed views on the north end of the property, and lower rich bottom land in the valley to the south.
VEGETATION: Shallow clay loam soils support numerous Live Oak trees and ashe woodlands intermingled with a variety of grasses.
WILDLIFE: An abundance of water is an attraction for native wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, hogs and more.
LOCATION: Located at the end of Turkey Knob Road, which forms a T off the west end of Ranger Creek Road, a major exit off IH 10 West, the corridor to the Hill Country. 11± air miles NW of downtown Boerne (20± min drive).
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