Vista Lake Ranch is nestled in the hills along FM 2341. Lake Buchanan is the largest lake in the acclaimed Highland Lakes. Ranch is fronted on two sides by County Roads 110 and 113. The lower field is horse quality pasture with its red sandy loam and little to no surface rock. The ranch is traversed by the Fry Branch of Council Creek.The South side of Fry Branch starts to rise to a 120' change in elevation. The ranch is fenced and is currently used as part of a larger cattle operation with catch and load out pens. This is a very productive grazing property. Someone might also imagine a vineyard in this field that slowly slopes down to Fry Branch. The ranch is well treed with some massive Oaks, Elms and Pecans along with Mesquite, Persimmon and old growth Cedar. It is a great mix of open and wooded areas. Hunting is great in this area for whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove and varmints. There is a running spring that the mid 1800s homesteaders captured in a spring box and flows down to a concrete water trough.The 120' of elevation change on top provides for the panoramic views of surrounding hills and including Lake Buchanan to the west. Located less than 15 minutes west of Burnet's restuarants, shopping, HEB, hospital and airports are easily accessed from here. Craddock Field boasts a 5, 000' lighted runway and full length taxiway. Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport is within an hour and Austin Bergstrom being an hour and a half.It has private ranch, winery, equine/cattle operation or development potential.
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