Gold Dust Ranch
Spring Branch, Comal County
The Gold Dust Ranch in Spring Branch, Texas is a unique property with its majestic scenery and prime location. Located off 281 and accessed through an automatic entry gate on 311, this ranch sits close to the Spring Branch gas station and is seven miles from retail stores, grocery stores, schools, and restaurants. Nestled between San Antonio, New Braunfels and Austin, with a close location to some of Texas’ most sought-after cities, the ranch feels very secluded and features amazing views of Twin Sisters and the Guadalupe River Valley. Multiple tanks and creeks transverse the Gold Dust Ranch as well as a spring fed pond that has never been dry, which is stocked with bass and sun perch. Large heritage live oaks and brush scattered throughout the property, make for excellent hunting of Whitetail Deer, Axis, Turkey, Quail, Dove, and Wild Hogs. Some of the ranches amenities include one water well with a submersible pump at a potential building site, a working windmill with water troughs, an old hunter’s cabin, a chicken coop and a 130′ x 130′ gravel pad. There are shell fossils that can be found throughout the property as well. The Ranch could be crossed fenced to make an excellent cattle or horse property as there is an abundance of lush native grass across the pastures. There is 1.3 miles of Highway Frontage on 311 and 2,000 feet of private paved road access via Rust Road. A Guadalupe River public access point is located approx. 2,000 ft. from the property so you can drive your ATV/UTV straight to the water. This property and the neighboring ranches are located in a Conservation Easement that allow for numerous building sites and improvements but restricts from the potential of development, making this the ideal ranch for the recreational buyer.
Home to your typical Native Texas Wildlife; including Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove and Wild Hogs. There are Axis Deer and Quail on the property as well.
Fertile bottomland with lush native pasture rise up to Majestic Hill Country Views.
There is a newly drilled domestic water well with a pressure tank and polly storage tank situated next to a possible building site with views looking toward the Guadalupe river valley. A working windmill with water troughs is located next to a pond just down from an old Hunter's Cabin that could be expanded.
Creeks, springs and ponds transverse the property. There is the potential to increase the size of the ponds currently on the property as well as the ability to create more.
Domestic Water Well with polly storage tank. Windmill well.
All owned minerals will convey.
Broker does not make any representations, warranties or covenants of any kind or character, whether expressed or implied, with respect to the quality or condition of the property, the suitability of the property for any and all activities and uses which Purchaser may conduct thereon, compliance by the property with any laws, rules, ordinances, or regulations of any applicable governmental authority, or habitability, merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose, and specifically, Broker does not make any representations regarding hazardous waste, as defined by the Texas Solid Waste Disposal Act and the regulations adopted thereunder; or the United States Environmental Protection Agency regulations or disposal of any other hazardous or toxic substance in or on the property; or the Endangered Species Act of 1973; or for live oak decline, oak wilt or any other natural phenomena. All information furnished is from sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or representation, expressed or implied, is made to the accuracy thereof, and is submitted subject to prior sale, withdrawal, or other changes in price and or terms without notice.