94 ACRES – BLANCO COUNTY SECLUDED WATER PARADISE

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94 ACRES – BLANCO COUNTY SECLUDED WATER PARADISE
94 ACRES – BLANCO COUNTY
SECLUDED WATER PARADISE
PEDERNALES GROTTO RANCH
94 ACRES – BLANCO COUNTY
PEDERNALES GROTTO RANCH
LOCATION: This fine recreational parcel is located near the end of little-used Gipson
Road, a well maintained private easement road, about one mile off of paved Towhead
Valley Road. Johnson City is 5 miles east (restaurants, shops, services, schools,
supplies), Fredericksburg (fine restaurants, shops, jet airport) is 25 miles west, and the
famed Texas Wine Country is in between the two all along US 290. The area is
composed of 100 acre parcels and up for the most part, with cattle, sheep, goats,
wineries and hunting driving the local economy.
Austin is 50 miles east, while San Antonio, the nation’s 7 th largest city, is 60 miles
south, both with major medical, universities, airports and numerous large corporations.
The location is central to all things Texas Hill Country, one of the nation’s most prized
and sought-after addresses, and well known as home of prime investment land.
For more information on Blanco County and Johnson City, go to www.co.blanco.tx.us/
and http://johnsoncitytx.org/.
ECOREGION: PGR is located in the ecoregion of the Edwards Plateau Woodland.
It contains the central part of the Edwards Plateau and receives sufficient rainfall to
support woodland. The Edwards Plateau region comprises an area of central Texas
commonly known as the Texas Hill Country. It is a land of many springs, stony hills, and
steep canyons. The region is home to a whole host of rare plants and animals found
nowhere else on earth. Average annual rainfall ranges from 15 to 34 inches. Rainfall is
highest in May or June and September. Soils of the Edwards Plateau are usually shallow
with a variety of surface textures. They are underlain by limestone. Elevations range
from slightly less than 100 feet to over 3,000 feet above sea level. Several river systems
dissect the surface, creating a rough and well-drained landscape. The limestone of the
Edward's Plateau is honeycombed with thousands of caves. Beneath the eastern edge
of the Plateau lies a hidden world of underground lakes known as the Edwards Aquifer.
This precious water resource also is home to a number of curious creatures, such as the
blind salamander.
Today, the Edwards Plateau is characterized by grasslands,
juniper/oak woodlands, and plateau live oak or mesquite savannah. Open grasslands
and savannahs were more common in pre-settlement times than they are today. The
grasslands of Ecoregion 30a are considered a southern extension of the mixed grass
prairie, expressed as tallgrass or shortgrass dependent upon soil type, moisture
availability, and grazing pressure. Grasses include little bluestem, Texas wintergrass,
yellow Indiangrass, white tridens, Texas cupgrass, sideoats grama, seep muhly, and
common curlymesquite. Ranching is the primary agricultural industry in the region. For
more information, visit the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) at
www.tpwd.texas.gov.
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WATER: The site lies along the south bank of the stunning, spring-fed Pedernales
River, for about 2,100 feet, with about half of that frontage hikable and accessible, the
other half being chiseled limestone bluffs with jaw-dropping vistas and homesites
from the crests. There is much deep water in this area, somewhat unusual for this
drainage, and large fish are often observed in the deeper holes, which are swimmable
and floatable.
A second notable water feature is an enchanting, spring-fed creek that appears to flow
all the way through the ranch much of the time, as minnows and fish are visible
throughout. This creek is a classic babbling brook, with a couple of deep holes that
may be floatable tied together by an endless series of waterfalls, which culminates in
one of the more scenic grotto waterfalls known in the area – hence the ranch name.
A water well is located in the area of the improvements, and was tested at a whopping
100 GPM, with static level of only 11 feet! Texas Water Development Board (TWDB)
maps show good groundwater in the area.
For further information on area
groundwater, please visit the Blanco-Pedernales Groundwater Conservation District’s
official website at http://www.blancocountygroundwater.org/. The annual rainfall at
this location is 33.99 inches.
LAND: The site rolls gently from the south to north, culminating in the
sizzling river frontage, following the noisy, winding creek all the way. Soils vary from
loamy to rocky, with large sycamores, liveoaks and pecans found along the creek
waterway. Cedar, elm and other hardwoods are present, with persimmon and agarita
being the primary woody shrubs.
Some of the river frontage is dominated by large limestone bluffs, home to
spectacular river view homesites of undeveloped land on the other side. Only one
home is partially visible downstream from this site, which also contains evidence of
Native American occupation.
Level areas on the south end of the parcel are suitable for low-intensity cultivation or
horses, but much of the norther portion consists of limestone outcrops. Overall, the
look and feel is classic Texas Hill Country with all the trimmings.
IMPROVEMENTS: The parcel is fenced and has two pipe and electric gate entrances,
with an all-weather caliche road to the river. A metal storage building has a small
apartment attached, and is served by a well and septic. A fishing cabin near the river
has no value.
SUMMARY: If you seek lots of power in a package less than 100 acres, make this a
must-see. PGR features permanent, deep river water complemented by a strong,
noisy creek, placing the offering among the more unique small recreational parcels
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known in the area, with the exquisite seclusion being the icing on the cake.
welcome your inquiries, and appreciate your kind consideration.
We
FINANCIAL/TITLE: Listing price is $17,500/acre = $1,645,000, mineral conveyance
is negotiable. A road easement serves one neighbor to the west, and there is a visible
electric service line entering and passing through the site. The site is served by
Pedernales Electric Coop, is located in the Johnson City ISD, and 2015 ag-exempt taxes
were $1,004.83.
The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable,
but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change,
prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify
accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent
natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the
usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Viewing appointments
scheduled with LANDTX staff only. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY – DO NOT
TRESPASS.
Buyer’s brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying
prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not
met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of LANDTX, David E. Culver, broker.
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~94 acres | Blanco County
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Lowest Elevation
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USGS Topography - 1:24,000
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~94 acres | Blanco County
30°21'0"N
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State Well #: 4335
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 38 ft
Well Depth: 485 ft
Yield: 150+ GPM
30°21'0"N
98°27'0"W
State Well #: 101873
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 43 ft
Well Depth: 164 ft
Yield: 150+ GPM
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State Well #: 168733
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 102.5 ft
Well Depth: 485 ft
Yield: 35 GPM
30°19'30"N
State Well #: 15152
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 68 ft
Well Depth: 465 ft
Yield: 60 GPM
30°20'15"N
State Well #: 48241
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 48 ft
Well Depth: 220 ft
Yield: 25 GPM
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State Well #: 45468
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 70 ft
Well Depth: 620 ft
Yield: 130 GPM
State Well #: 141575
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 111 ft
Well Depth: 404 ft
Yield: 43 GPM
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State Well #: 89893
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 51 ft
Well Depth: 264 ft
Yield: 20 GPM
State Well #: 18530
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 20 ft
Well Depth: 564 ft
Yield: 25 GPM
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State Well #: 56900
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 70 ft
Well Depth: 600 ft
Yield: 75 GPM
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State Well #: 156580
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 184.5 ft
Well Depth: 405 ft
Yield: 75 GPM
State Well #: 57-45-9H
TWDB Data
Water Level: N/A
Well Depth: 220 ft
Yield: 10 GPM
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State Well #: 160861
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 85.5 ft
Well Depth: 365 ft
Yield: 100+ GPM
State Well #: 1536
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 55 ft
Well Depth: 365 ft
Yield: 25 GPM
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Driller's Report
Water Level: - 81 ft
Well Depth: 404 ft
Yield: 120 GPM
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Driller's Report
Water Level: - 90 ft
Well Depth: 200 ft
Yield: 100+ GPM
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USGS Topography - 1:24,000
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Groundwater of Pedernales Grotto Ranch
98°27'0"W
30°17'15"N
30°18'0"N
State Well #: 126280
Owner: PGR
Driller's Report
Water Level: - 11 ft
Well Depth: 164 ft
Yield: 100+ GPM
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Climate of Pedernales Grotto Ranch
The following charts are the 1981-2001 Climate Normals for Blanco, Texas. This is the
latest three-decade averages of climatological variables, including temperature and
precipitation from the National Climate Data Center (NCDC).
MONTH
(1981-2001)
AVG PREC
(IN)
MIN TMP
(°F)
2.11
34.8
47.3
59.7
2.04
38
50.6
63.3
2.92
45.3
57.6
70.0
2.29
52.3
64.9
77.6
4.16
61.7
72.8
83.9
4.23
67.9
78.8
89.7
2.41
70.0
81.4
92.8
1.90
69.5
82.0
94.4
3.33
63.8
76.1
88.4
4.26
54.5
66.9
79.2
2.88
44.8
57.0
69.2
2.34
36.4
48.6
60.8
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
AVG TMP
(°F)
MAX TMP
(°F)
100
80
AVG PREC (IN)
60
MIN TMP (°F)
40
AVG TMP (°F)
20
MAX TMP (°F)
0
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Days Where Temp Exceeds 86°F:
Freeze Date (Avg First Frost):
Zip: 78636
Freeze Date (Avg Last Frost):
USDA Hardiness Zone:
Nov
Dec
121 – 150 Days
Nov 01st – 10th
Mar 21st – 31st
Zone 8a: 10F to 15F
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98°29'15"W
98°29'0"W
98°28'45"W
~94 acres | Blanco County
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30°18'30"N
30°18'30"N
30°18'45"N
30°18'45"N
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NAIP Imagery: 08/22/2014
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Soils of Pedernales Grotto Ranch
98°28'45"W
10 - Eckert-Rock outcrop association, rolling
33 - Oben fine sandy loam, 1-5% slopes
30 - Nebgen-Oben-Rock outcrop association, rolling
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