- City:Mountain Home
- State/Zip:Texas 78058
The 336 Ranch, located 28 miles northwest of Kerrville in Kerr County, provides easy access, complete privacy and the opportunity to create a ranch to your own exacting specifications. The 336-acre property, which is just three miles from the convenience of I-10, showcases a variety of Hill Country terrain in a size thats easy to maintain and enjoy.
Within its fence lines, you will find bottom land along the seasonal creek as well as rolling hills and slightly higher elevations that are ideally suited as the site of a dream home because they deliver three-mile views. The primary ranch road is caliche and jeep trails criss-cross the property.
With wildlife management in mind, 95 percent of the Ashe juniper has been removed creating space so the valuable brush and forbs can thrive. To augment the native range and naturally occurring minerals, the owners supplement with alfalfa, protein and corn. Three bulk protein feeders, six corn feeders and all hunting blinds, both ground and tower, transfer with the property, which is already qualified for wildlife tax valuation.
The ranch is home to native whitetails and wild turkey as well as a host of exotics including axis deer, fallow deer, sika deer, black buck antelope and a small herd of purebred mouflon sheep. For the past six years, the 336 Ranch has been managed using the same regimen employed on its large neighbor, the Rio Bonito Ranch, a recognized commercial hunting destination. The top-of-the-line Tightlock fence, which gives game managers complete control of ingress and egress, is less than five years old.
Ranch infrastructure includes two 12 x 24 wooden buildings suitable for storage or that could be easily converted into camp houses. Additional storage is available. The property has electricity and water from a deep, productive well.
To claim the potential of the 336 Ranch for yourself, contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. The ranch is available for $3,295/acre.