The Keidel Homestead on the Pedernales
Gorgeous, well maintained 67-acre ranch approximately four miles from the heart of Fredericksburg, Texas. This ranch is unique because of prime location, with Hwy 290 frontage, Schmidtzinky Road frontage and Pedernales River frontage. Most of the property is cleared, with an area of native brush and trees near the River that makes great cover for the native wildlife. This ranch will appeal to investors and recreational ranch buyers. The ranch has been under the same ownership since the 1800’s and the historic home dates back to 1906.
The ranch is home to your typical native Texas wildlife. That includes whitetail deer, turkey, and dove. An occasional axis deer will be spotted on the ranch. Guadalupe and Largemouth Bass, catfish and sunfish can be found in the river.
Mostly cleared and level with Boerne loam soil, Lukenbach clay loam and Pedernales fine sandy loam soil, all great for farming and grazing. Large oak trees, pecans, and other native brush are found near the river located on the Western boundary of the property.
A beautiful historic rock house surrounded by large oak trees overlooks the lush Pedernales River bottom; this homestead was originally built in 1906 and is your typical Fredericksburg style rock historic home. Other improvements include a metal storage building and an old barn.
Approximately 1.5 miles of the property is Pedernales River frontage. The river provides beautiful scenery to this already gorgeous property and allows recreational opportunities such as fishing and swimming.
One golf well services the property.
To be negotiated.