San Gabriel River Tract
|County: Burnet||Address: CR 252 and CR 254||Zip: 78605|
|Type: River Property||City: Bertram||Price: $395,000|
|Acres: 37.50||State: Texas|
Only once in a great while does a property of this quality become available. Made up of approximately 38 acres of scenic rolling country, it has just the right mixture of fields, trees and river front. The property is ideally suited for the family get-away, close to Austin but secluded.
Drew ColvinPhone: 512-755-2078
Predominantly gently rolling and offering distant views. There is a dramatic bluff along the south side of the river.
Less than an hour NW of Austin, on Burnet County 254.
Paved County Road 254.
A nice mix of big mature pecans and huge live oaks. The river bottom has a stand of large native pecan trees. The fields have a mix of cedar and mesquite re-growth.
There are areas about the ranch that offer good cover and habitat for the wildlife.
White tail deer, and turkey are predominate and an excellent population of native small game, dove, ducks and quail.
Electricity, well water, telephone, satellite and propane gas.
All minerals convey.
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