The Cien Encinos (hundred oaks) is a magnificent 17 acres that is only 5 minutes from Blanco, yet has end of the road privacy. There is over 559 feet of accessible Blanco River frontage. The peaceful setting along the river is set among towering pecan trees. The land is out of the Girl Scout camp that was a part of the Blanco community for several decades. The majority of the land has been cleared of cedar and brush, leaving a park- like setting of oak trees. Virtually every time you drive through the gate you can see deer or turkey.
The main home is a renovated 2-bedroom, 1.5 bath, rock home, with granite counters, wood floors, a covered front porch, tankless water heater, and a huge fireplace. The rock exterior and interior walls give the home a comfortable and welcoming feel.
The detached garage, has a huge air-conditioned office with laundry room and has 3 parking bays, with unique hydraulic operated doors.
The guest house has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, a fireplace, and a 2 car carport. The home was the camp office that has been renovated.
There is also 35×75 Quonset hut. The building is on a slab and has two 14 ft overhead doors. This has multitude of possibilities, from storage, party barn, or an enormous man cave.
Water is supplied by a well and a rain water collection system made up of 3 storage tanks that are 3,000 gallons each.
One thing that impressed the owners is the peaceful drive along Tejas Trail. They have spent many evenings driving the road in their Polaris and watching the wildlife or visiting with neighboring ranch owners. In addition there are some beautiful sunsets to behold. Whether you are looking for a permanent home or a weekend getaway, or an ideal Bed and Breakfast/events property, the Cien Encinos is worth your time to visit.