Buckners Creek Ranch is located in the western portion of Fayette county, near the Bastrop/Fayette county line. As you enter the property, you are greeted by large post oaks and long horns grazing on the improved grasses. Just behind them sits a beautiful Satterwhite Log home on the edge of the thick woods. Step out your back door for countless hours of exploring on the many trails around the property. One of the many gems you will find while exploring is Buckners Creek, a predominate creek which originates in southeast Bastrop County then travels 33 miles through Fayette county before feeding into the Colorado River just south of La Grange, Texas. Conveniently located, the front gate is only 58 miles from the State Capital, 100 Miles from San Antonio, and 125 Miles from Houston.
Topography: The property has a slight topo relief as you move from the northern boundary to the southern boundary (Buckners Creek).
Wildlife: The wildlife species that can be found on the ranch include whitetail deer, turkey, dove, and other vermin.
Improvements: Located on a dead end road, tucked in the heart of Fayette county, this property offers a quiet and secluded get-a-away . On most days you will only see the mail man and occasionally a neighbor making a trip to town. Beneath the large oaks in the front pasture sits a 2700 sq. ft. Satterwhite log home which has 3 bedrooms/3 baths, large porches, and open floor plan. Just outside the gate of the surrounding yard sits a 60X50 enclosed barn with 14 ft. sides and a slab. Attached to the back is a 50×20 covered shed with pipe working pens. There are two separate 50 amp hook ups for RVs.
Water: The southern boundary of the property is Buckners Creek, the property has +/- .18 miles of frontage on the creek. This ranch sits on top of the Carrizo-Wilcox Major Aquifer and Yegua Jackson, Sparta, & Queen City Minor Aquifers. The water well that services the home was drilled in 2006. it was drilled to 556 Feet, the static water level is located at 73 feet deep. When tested the the well was producing 53 GPM. Link: Buckners Creek Ranch Water well data
Minerals: Currently there is not a oil & gas lease on the property and no known history of surface drilling on the ranch. Owned minerals are negotiable.
Agriculture: The property is Ag exempt with Fayette county appraisal district, this exemption is kept by grazing registered longhorns.
History: This property along with the surrounding acreage in the Pierson, J G W abstract was granted to John G.W. Pierson. Mr. Pierson played a major role in Texas history. “John Goodloe Warren Pierson combined his talents of Indian fighter, commander of militia, surveyor, land developer, judge, and lawman during his life in the frontier communities of the Arkansas Territory and Texas.” Detailed story’s of his involvement in Texas history can be found at Link: Texas State Historical Association – John Pierson Fayette County Ranch Broker Tallon Martin
List Price: $647,195
Edwin G. Pierson, Jr., “PIERSON, JOHN GOODLOE WARREN,” Handbook of Texas Online (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fpi16), accessed July 28, 2015. Uploaded on June 15, 2010. Modified on October 31, 2012. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.
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