This 100 +/- acre piece of rugged, remote Texas Hill Country is cut from a larger parent tract in Smith Ranch. The western Lampasas County land offers diverse land types with various vegetation suitable of the rich wildlife populations. Live oak, juniper, mesquite, persimmon and other woody vegetation cover the densely populated landscape. Excellent hunting and fishing in the Colorado River are unique to his property.
Hamilton County electric on the property. A wildlife property tax exemption in place with taxes $140 per year.
This property is not on the river but has Smith Ranch community access to Common Areas designated along a 4-5 mile stretch of the Colorado River. The Colorado River offers excellent fishing, swimming and water activities.
Smith Ranch is a private ranch located on the western edge of Lampasas County. Access into Smith Ranch is by locked gate with keys issued to landowners within the ranch. Property sizes range from 5 acres along the river on up to several hundred acres off the river. All landowners within Smith Ranch have access to seven Common Areas along the Colorado River.