Hoot Owl Hollow
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Hoot Owl Hollow
Located in Ingram Texas, between Kerrville and Hunt. This ranch fronts State Hwy 27 and Hoot Owl Hollow Rd. which is a paved county maintained Rd. This property is approximately 1 hour from San Antonio via IH-10.
Hoot Owl Hollow is approximately 85 acres. The property has excellent paved road frontage on a state Hwy and a paved county rd. It has excellent Johnson Creek frontage as well. There are 2 homes, 3 barns, and 2 tillable fields on the property that are used to grow hay and winter oats. The property is high fenced and low fenced. The fences are in excellent condition. The property has scenic views of the Johnson Creek valley with tree covered hills as a backdrop. The property has an Ag Exemption (not Wildlife) and the owners have an Over 65 Exemption. The approximate taxes paid for 2015 on the entire property were under $4,000.
THE MAIN HOME was built in 2001. It is approximately 2,215 sq. ft. in size. The home is a single story, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths with a split floor plan and attached 2 car garage. The floor plan consists of a Master bedroom and master bath, and a nice size and attractive kitchen that opens into a breakfast area. On the other side of the kitchen is a formal dining room. The living room has vaulted ceilings and a fireplace. Adjacent to the living room, along with the entire backside of the home, is what is best described as a sunroom which really takes in a lot of the views and sunlight. Around the corner from the living room is the laundry room which has space for a washer and dryer, sink, extra fridge, and has a built-in desk area and cabinets. Next are the 2 guest bedrooms separated by a bath. The exterior of the home is white limestone and Hardie Plank with a v-crimped, non-painted, metal roof. Not attached to the main home but close by is a matching pavilion with fireplace, bar top with sink, mini fridge, and cabinets. The pavilion is designed for cooking and entertaining and general relaxing. The design of the home is simple, timeless, and attractive. The home is well cared for and in excellent condition. The floor plan and room sizes are available upon request. Some additional information about the home:
Kitchen; black granite countertops, oak cabinets, electric glass top range, oven, built-in microwave, fridge/freezer, and dishwasher. There is an under sink R.O. system that is leased, not owned.
The home has central electric heat and air. There are 2 units.
Telephone and internet provider is currently Hill Country Telephone Co. The Electricity provider is Central Texas Electric Coop. The utilities for both homes and barns average to roughly $191 per month based on the current owner’s usage.
THE GUEST HOME is approximately 1,526 sq. ft. in size. The home is a single story, 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths. The floor plan consists of a bedroom and bath, a small kitchen that opens into a living area adjacent to a second large living area. Accessible from the second living area is a laundry room and ½ baths. The home is clean simple and well cared for. The guest home is currently being leased. Floor plans with room dimension are available upon request.
THE MAIN BARN by the main home is a metal building with a 30x40 enclosed and insulated shop. The shop has a window unit and a wood burning stove. The slab and roof of the entire structure is 60x40 creating a covered outdoor working area.
THE SECOND BARN is a covered, open-faced, metal hay storage barn approximately 40x60
THE THIRD BARN is located near the guest home. It has a 2 car garage and an attached, multi-bay, implement or material storage area.
Well and Septic:
The property currently has one well that is drilled to the Trinity Aquifer. The well services both homes, the main barn, and some water troughs.
There are 2 conventional septic systems on the property. Each home has its own system.
Johnson Creek Frontage and Fields:
There is approximately 1,000 feet of creek frontage that will convey with the property. Johnson Creek in this area is 4 to 5 ft deep and approximately 150 feet wide. Johnson Creek is considered to be the third main tributary that forms the official beginning of the Guadalupe River in Ingram Texas. It is a freshwater, year round, spring fed waterway that offers great fishing and swimming.
There are approximately 40 acres of fields on the property. Adjacent to the creek are 40 acres of fertile creek bottom fields ideal for raising Coastal Bermuda and grain crops. The fields are under high fence to keep the deer out.
The property has native and exotic games that come and go as they please. Whitetail deer, turkey, and dove are commonplace in this area. There are also exotic species that frequent the property such as Axis deer, Fallow, and Mouflon sheep to name a few.
This property is shown by appointment only. Listing broker must accompany. The Sellers require 24hr notice to show the property. No trespassing.