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Enchanting Lockhart Mountain Peak Ranch

County Road 216, LLano, Tx 78643



  • County: Llano
  • Address: County Road 216
  • City: LLano
  • Price: $3,200,064
  • State: Tx
  • Status: For Sale
  • Sqft: 1,332
  • Lot Size: 333.34 +/- Ac
  • Year Built: 1910
  • MLS#: HL MLS#147916 & CHC MLS#77746
  • Tax Rate: $1.4745 per $100
  • Beds: 2
  • Baths: 1


Lockhart Mountain Peak Ranch, one of the most beautiful ranches I’ve seen, features amazing views of the Texas Hill Country, and has been in the same family for three generations. This enchanting ranch extends a mile and a half east and west and over a third of a mile north and south. The Little Llano, a wet weather tributary to the Llano River, meanders north to south, with the ranch having land on both sides that’s covered with huge pecan trees, willows, oaks and lots of wildflowers. Home to Large Mouth Bass, Catfish, Sunfish and Freshwater Drum, it’s an Angler’s delight. Even during the most severe droughts, there has always been pools of water in the Little Llano. Upon entering the gate from County Road 216, one travels down a well maintained granite aggregate road, before crossing the Little Llano. From the west bank and past huge live oaks and an old hand dug well, the road leads up the homestead built in 1910. This charming two-bedroom, one bath home, will capture your imagination and carry you back to yesteryear. The interior will welcome you and warm your heart with its vibrant colors and eclectic mix of Southwestern and Cowboy Style. As would be expected of a 110 year old house, it could use some renovation. (Most of the furniture and accessories will convey with an acceptable offer.) Traveling westward past an old corral and barn, worthy of a Western Movie Set, the road winds through pastures covered in natural grasses, oaks, mesquites, and various types of cactus. Before climbing to higher elevation, the road skirts the edge of a large tank, where migrating Water Fowl often rest. The Western most topography is composed of granite outcroppings and a scenic valley traversed by a natural clear water stream gurgling through huge rocks and forming pools, once used by Comanche to water their horses. Traveling west up from the valley the landscape dramatically rises until it reaches the peak of historical Lockhart Mountain, featuring breathtaking 360 degree views! Lockhart Mountain Peak Ranch is truly a one of a kind Texas Hill Country property. It is home to White Tailed Deer, Wild Turkey, White Winged Dove and many types of song birds, and it’s Wildlife Exempt. There is something here for everyone, and the potential is unlimited. You won’t be disappointed, so contact me today for a tour!



North from Llano on Hwy. 16 to CR 216, right (East) approx. 6 miles to ranch

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