REDUCED: This 57.92-acre ranch, at the edge of the Village of Kingsland in the Highland Lakes area of Central Texas, would make a great horse or cattle ranch. It is near the confluence of the Colorado and Llano Rivers, which form Lake LBJ. It is currently used as a recreational ranch for hunting (deer, doves, hogs and turkeys).
There are many big, beautiful oak trees, as well as scattered mesquites. There is a creek and 2 ponds, one a large pond with a fishing pier, which is stocked with catfish, perch and bass. There is an old mobile home used by hunters, which conveys "as is" and has a holding tank, no septic system, and a good well. A second well on the property has not been used by this owner.
The highest and best use could be a RV park or Park Homes in the heart of Kingsland for snowbirds and RVers year-round. There is a severe shortage of RV sites in this retirement village of several thousand on Lake LBJ. There is plenty of room for large RV pads located in this beautiful park-like setting and it is just blocks away from the lake, shopping, dining and golfing. Water and sewer service is not far away and could be brought to the property.
Part of the property follows the Longhorn Railroad tracks, no longer in use. Other uses could be development of garden homes, a retirement village, smaller homes or manufactured homes. This nice, quiet site with a country atmosphere would be great for a vineyard and wine-tasting facility.
It is located about 12 miles from the major trade center of Marble Falls, with many shops, restaurants, big box stores, such as Home Depot, Office Depot, Walmart, HEB, and other chain stores and eateries.
It is wildlife exempt for low taxes.