|County: Hays||Address: Darden Hills Rd.||Zip: 78619|
|Type: Acreage||City: Dripping Springs||Price: $315,000|
|Acres: 21||State: Texas|
21+/- acres to be divided off existing larger tract. North and east property line will follow the center line of Jackson Branch creek, a seasonal flowing creek that empties into Onion creek. West line is fenced and the south line is the centerline of Onion creek.
Bottomland alluvial soils w/ grass cover, diverse mix of hardwoods and equestrian friendly meadows and woodlands. Wildlife tax exemption currently in place. Very private feel with almost no visible neighbors, yet only minutes to Dripping Springs.
Drew ColvinPhone: 512-755-2078
Mostly level with some rolling and sloped areas.
Near Dripping Springs.
From county road.
Diverse hill country hardwoods and mixed woodlands.
Deer, turkey, dove, and more.
West line fenced.
Bordered by Jackson Branch Creek and Onion Creek.
No existing structure, just home sites.
All owned will convey.
Bottom land with native grass cover.
Wildlife tax exemption currently in place.
Horses, cattle, goats.
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County Road 162, east of RR 150
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