Bandera 132 acres Clark Creek
Clark Creek Ranch sits north of Hwy 337 on the secluded, scenic and winding drive half-way between Medina and Vanderpool,known as the Swiss Alps of Texas.
The spectacular water, long picturesque views, deep shaded draws, and the perfect mix of useable creek bottom and hills make the 132 acres feel like ranches twice that size.
This property boasts magnificent views that overlook the lake, creek, and waterfall, plus long, picturesque views of the hills, cliffs, canyons, and neighboring ranches.
The tree cover on the ranch is incredible and diverse, with huge live oak, Spanish oak, shin oak, lacy oak, cedar elm, madrone, among many other varieties, and cypress along the creek.
The endless flow of water naturally attracts all typical Hill Country wildlife—both native and exotic. The area has excellent hunting for deer, turkey, hogs, axis, fallow, and other exotics.
-Electricity on site
-Electric water well
Clark Creek’s permanent, crystal clear water meanders through the property for about 2,500 feet. Two dams back up the creek to create a gorgeous lake and the sound of water flowing down the rock dam.
Throw in a spring fed waterfall and grotto and you find a slice of paradise unlike any in the area.
Electric water well
Minerals may be available with acceptable offer. No production.
Whether for hunting, fishing, swimming, hiking, searching for Indian artifacts or just relaxing, Clark Creek Ranch is a rare gem in the heart of Bandera County Hill Country.
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