Are you looking for a turn-key hunting ranch with two hundred feet of elevation change in the Land of Living Waters, Kimble County, Texas? United Country Twin Bends Realty delivers exactly that to you today with the Hollow Run Ranch in Junction, Texas. Your new turn-key ranch property offers you an amazing set of assets that will give you flexibility when enjoying your Texas recreational ranch lifestyle. Your new country ranch home is a Rock Cabin model with two bedrooms, one bathroom, kitchen, living room, loft, wood-burning fireplace, and a porch built with a canyon view. This Rock Canyon Cabin was built in 2002. Your turn-key Texas hunting ranch home comes with two water wells, electricity, an all-weather road, and a gated entrance.
Texas ranch home with hunting income and RV hook-ups
This Texas recreational ranch property also features full hook-ups for RVs. Currently, there are three RVs on the property. Two will convey with ranch. Additional improvements include a shop, bunker, walk-in freezer, two equipment barns, working pens, eight custom deer stands with heaters, seventeen deer feeders, spring-fed creek, live oaks, and all-weather roads. This Texas hunting property has everything a buyer is looking for, truly TURN-KEY! If you are looking for a place off the grid, the Hollow Run Ranch is the one for you. Find your Texas Freedom, just outside of Junction, Texas.
Enjoy your new Texas property in Junction Texas on three hundred acres. Junction, Texas is known as the “Front porch of the West” and serves as the county seat in the heart of Kimble County, Texas, United States. Notable is the fact that you can be eating at Lum’s BBQ or Coopers BBQ in a matter of four miles from the front gate. It lies 115 miles northwest of San Antonio and 140 miles West of Austin. Notable highways serving the city include Interstate 10, U.S. Route 83, and U.S. Route 377. Kimble County Airport consists of a 5,000-foot paved runway. Commercial service is available to and from Mathis Field in San Angelo.
Founded in 1876 after the organization of Kimble County earlier that year. The original townsite named “Denman” after Marcellus Denman, who had surveyed and platted the new community. The name was changed to “Junction City”. In late 1876, Junction City won the designation of county seat from the unsuccessful and flood-prone settlement of Kimbleville. By 1879, a drugstore, livery stable, sawmill, and a few general stores were active in the community. Around three hundred people were living in Junction City in 1882. During the mid-1920s, highway connections from Junction to Menard and San Angelo were built. A sewer system was built in 1929. In the 1930 census, the city recorded 1,415 residents. Junction was the chief shipping and commercial center of Kimble County, as well as a tourist resort and hunting center. A new municipal building and fire station were opened in 1939 and 1940, respectively. In the mid-1940s, the cedar-oil business enhanced the economy, but the city’s growth slowed. Throughout the latter half of the 20th century and into the 21st, Junction’s population continued to hover around 2,600.