Johnson City, Texas
60.85 acres in the Heart of the Texas Hill Country. Minutes from the 290 Wine Trail, this property offers it all. There are 2 barndominium type homes (2/2 and 1/1) a large shop, historic rock wall, 2 water retention ponds, massive healthy oaks and other hardwoods, and tons of wildlife.
Location & Access
Just north of Johnson City off Ranch Rd 1323, this property is situated 45 minutes from Austin, 1 hour from San Antonio, 30 minutes to Marble Falls and 30 minutes to Fredericksburg.
The entire Western boundary of the property is a historic rock wall that has been dated back to the 1800s. The open concept living in the 2 bedroom barndominium has sliders that open the entire living area to the Hill Country views. This is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet of country living.
The larger of the two barndominiums features 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths with an open concept kitchen and living area. Both sides of the structure slide open to allow for a breeze and views for miles.
The second barndominium features an 800 sq ft apartment, with a 1000 sq ft shop attached. The apartment has a full kitchen, with gas stove and granite counter tops as well as a full bath with a large soaker tub.
The owners put in two rocks dams to create two water retention ponds in the southwest corner of the property. This also helps to maintain the wildlife exemption. There is a wet weather creek at the entrance to the property as well.
This property has been parked out. Leaving enough natural land to create a barrier and maintain the wildlife exemption; the owners cleared the property of cedar and scrub brush leaving large healthy oaks, and many other hardwoods. The grassland has been maintained and is currently covered in wildflowers.
Topography ranges from 1280 ft in the southwest corner to 1340 ft at the current homesite and potential future build site.
Views from the high point of this property overlook the Pedernales River Valley.
In the process of clearing the owners have maintained enough habitat to keep a healthy population of whitetail deer, dove and Rio Grande turkey. The entire acreage is under a wildlife exemption.