- Executive Estate
- Improved Ranch
- Recreational Ranch
- Water Property
Buckner Creek Ranch is a one of a kind ranch with stunning Fayette County hardwoods and terrain. The ranch is very well watered with over 3600’ of Buckner Creek and several clear water ponds stocked with bass. Buckner Creek Ranch is highly improved with a brand new ranch style home and many other new improvements maintained in excellent condition. Buckner Creek Ranch is offered as a turn key ready to go ranch; all the hard work has been done and awaits the new owner to enjoy.
Location: Located 3 miles west of Muldoon TX on FM 2237
Less than 10 minutes north of IH 10 in Flatonia. 2 Hours to Houston and 1.5 to San Antonio. 6 miles East of Cistern TX, the location of this property gives you the best combination of convenience to town and privacy.
Wildlife: The ranch is loaded with game; the creek bottom creates a large canopy of hardwoods that holds large quantities of deer, hogs and turkeys.
Improvements: A brand new 3 bedroom 3.5 bath farm/ranch style home was built in 2018. The home features modern amenities with large porches overlooking the lake. An outdoor area has been created with grill and fire pit to enjoy the scenic views. A new barn with covered carport provides adequate storage for vehicles and equipment. The home was professionally designed for comfort and entertaining while being low maintenance. Four new Atascosa Insulated blinds with Luxury package were installed in 2018 as well as 5 new feeders. New low fence perimeter fencing was constructed as well on several sides.
Water: The ranch is extremely well watered. There are 3 ponds on the ranch, one over 2-3 acres with clear water. Rural water supplies the new home and barn. New water well was drilled in 2018 and is piped to the large lake by home. Over 3600’ of Buckner Creek is the north boundary which provides an abundance of water year around.
Land: The ranch contains a multitude of large mature habitat. 80% of the ranch is covered in large live oaks, post oaks and cedar elms. The remaining areas of the ranch have a huge variety of native grasses. The creek bottom provides large canopies of cover for holding wildlife. Very good diversity of soils can be found; heavy clay as well as areas of sandy loam. A good road system is in place with good paved FM frontage.