Farm Property: Llano TX, 78643
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Located between Mason and Llano. The Kothmann River Ranch is a unique property encompassing everything the Llano River has to offer; beautiful granite boulders, rock bottom channels, wade-in access to the river, great fishing holes with long stretches of moving water that is perfect for floating and fishing out of a kayak. It is rare to find a ranch like this… a ranch that offers so many diverse sources of recreation and enjoyment. This fantastic ranch has beautiful topography with exciting elevation changes. The ranch’s terrain and varied habitats offer something for everyone and make this ranch a year-round recreational paradise! Pecan Trees are scattered along San Fernando creek and intermingle with tremendous live oaks and post oaks, creating a canopy of hardwoods that are second to none for this part of the country. The combination and versatility of the terrain make for excellent wildlife habitat and also serve to make the Kothmann River Ranch very productive. The ranch has good perimeter fencing in place. The interior fences divide the ranch into several pastures and traps around the headquarters. The original ranch headquarters is still in place, and the family does use the house, barns, and pens but does not live there permanently. The abundance of live water on the ranch is a natural resource that allows the ranch to provide desirable habitats for various species of wildlife. These species include but are not limited to whitetail deer, dove, quail, turkey, wild hogs, and the normal mix of varmints that include raccoons, bobcats, coyotes, and red and gray fox. Water features are a significant component and allure of this Texas Hill Country Ranch. There is close to approximately 1 mile of Llano River frontage. In addition, the ranch has over a mile of San Fernando Creek running through the middle, with large holes and meandering channels running through the sandy bottom creek bed in normal rainfall years.
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