Failed Springs Ranch in Boerne, TX
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Failed Springs Ranch in Boerne, TX is 475+/- Acres of prime Texas Hill Country with a 3-acre spring fed lake and mountain top views. The spring fed lake is at the heart of this ranch with crystal clear water and stocked with bass and catfish. Towering Amman Mountain is located at the North end of the ranch offering some of the most spectacular 360-degree views in the Hill Country. With elevations of 1860ft and skirting the Southern edge of the great divide country you will enjoy unobstructed Southern views as far as you can see.
The lake is formed at the convergence of two major draws with tremendous water shed and live springs creating a picturesque setting. Enjoy fishing from the dock or swimming in the cool waters with friends and family. The ranch boasts long range targets for rifles, a skeet shooting deck as well as a pistol range for plenty of fun.
There are numerous build sites and a diverse terrain with over 300ft of elevation change across the ranch. Completely perimeter high fenced with interior cross fencing and a soft release pen between them offering a 200-acre North pasture and a 275-acre South pasture. There are 4 tower blinds with feeders, several water troughs and the ranch is currently stocked with Elk, Fallow, Axis and whitetail. This ranch is truly a sportsman’s paradise offering a blank slate to make it your weekend getaway, personal residence or hunting operation.
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135 Seven Sisters Dr. Boerne TX 78006
Centrally located just 10 minutes from Sisterdale and Kendalia, 20 Minutes to Boerne and Comfort, 30 minutes to Fredericksburg and the HWY 290 wine corridor, 45 minutes to San Antonio.
Gently rolling to dramatic topography with over 300ft of elevation change across the property. Views from any elevation on the property, mixture of Spanish Oak, Live Oak Post Oak and other hardwoods. Mostly cleared of Cedar with a mixture of soil type ranging from rolling grazing native pastureland to rugged vertical terrain with steep draws and canyons.
Beautiful spring fed 3-acre lake in the southern pasture of the ranch. Wet weather Jacobs Creek runs in the north pasture creating limited potential for water improvement or impoundment. New Water well with troughs.
Paved County Road Frontage via two entrances along Seven Sisters Rd and one entrance on FM 473.