Great paved road frontage with very easy access, gently rolling terrain, and excellent hunting for free-range exotics.  

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Size & Location:  There are 568 acres located on the western edge of the Divide along Hwy 377 very close to Hwy 41.  Excellent paved frontage for approximately 2,750  +/- feet on Hwy 377.  This is the most sought after area of Edwards County due to its gently rolling terrain that is very easy to traverse.  Further south and west the terrain is much more rugged and remote.  From Kerrville, TX it can be reached in about 1 hour and is approximately 68 miles.  It is 5 miles NW of Rocksprings, 40 miles south of Junction, TX. or 77 miles west of Fredericksburg, TX.

Description:  Beautiful rolling divide country with numerous Live Oak mottes, gently rolling topography with abundant grass, and scenic views.   There are many areas with good soil that could be utilized for food plots for game.    The property is approximately 50% high fenced and 50% low fenced.   There are two newly drilled water wells approximately 500 feet in depth.  The property is currently under 1-d-1 Wildlife Management Ag-Exemption and the taxes are approximately $600+/- per year.   There are no neighboring easements through the property and excellent neighbors.   There has been no hunting for two years. 

Wildlife:  Huge herds of Axis, Whitetail deer, and some herds of Blackbuck Antelope are seen regularly.   This is an area of Edwards County where exotic deer thrive! 

Price:  $3,950 per acre or $2,243,600 (Owner will sell half)

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