Kingsbury, TX Guadalupe County
Lakeland Ranch is a very unique property in Guadalupe County. Unlike most properties in this are this 450 acre ranch offers a hill studded topography that features views for miles, beautiful creek bottoms, valleys, and small lakes. The main creek on the ranch could potentially be damned up to create a 20+ Acre Lake as evidence by the 20+/- Acre Lake Next Door. The great mixture of wooded creek bottom area and brush would make this place an ideal recreational ranch. In addition with easy access from a major highway this ranch could be a great long term investment as development moves towards the ranch from Austin and San Antonio.
With the combination of small lakes, creeks and open brush country the Mill Creek Hills offers sufficient habitat for native wildlife which includes white-tail deer, turkey, hogs and many other native animals.. It also has an abundance of dove and migratory waterfowl. With the lakes and drainage and potential to build a large lake this ranch could be made into an amazing trophy hunting and fishing retreat.
The ranch has a wide range of beautiful topography that is known as the Mill Creek Hills. These hills create beautiful peaks with views for miles to meadows with creeks and lakes. The highest hill on the ranch has an elevation of approximately 650 ft. and the lowest spot of the ranch is approximately 520ft. The ranch has a good mix of vegetation that consist of south Texas brush and oaks mots of the post oak savanna.
There is great surface water on the ranch with 6 small lakes. The ranch has the water capacity and drainage to build a 20 plus Acre Lake. There is no water on the ranch but city water is available from the county road.