Bucolic retreat on the Llano River in the Texas Hill Country – between
Llano and Mason, Texas. With approximately 300 feet of river frontage,
this 4.64-acre property rests alongside a stretch that measures about 150
feet wide. A sandbar provides access to one of the deepest pools in the area.
Covered with large live oak trees, native grasses and plants, cacti and Spanish
dagger, the property has been purposely landscaped to maintain a very natural
environment. A ledge of granite cuts across the property separating the gentle
hill to the house from a grassy meadow. Neighboring structures are obscured
by trees and native brush on both sides of the property giving it a remote
and private feel. A beautiful ranch owned by a 6th generation family of Llano
county ranchers is situated across the river, with no structures in the view.
A renovated 1,100 sq. ft home enjoys a beautiful view of the river and the hill
country. Numerous windows from 3 living areas, including an enclosed sun
porch, are designed to take full advantage of the outdoor environment. The
one-bedroom, one-bath home has stained concrete floors throughout, and is
equipped with central air and heat, satellite high def television, and high speed
internet. A 2-car carport and a 15×20 workshop round out improvements on
One of the last wild rivers in Texas, the Llano River is very picturesque in this
area. River traffic is an occasional kayaker or a fly fisherman. Motorized boats
are prohibited. The property is ideal for fishing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing,
bicycling, bird watching, rock collecting and star gazing at nights. The back
roads are enjoyable for walking, biking, or leisurely sightseeing. And for
climbers and hikers, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is 45 minutes away.