Gabriel Romero, MySanAntonio.com
Looking for a ranch to call home? This property near Hunt, west of Kerrville, is perfect for anyone looking for their own frontage on the Guadalupe River.
The 50-acre Camp Verde Ranch is now selling for $4.4 million in Kerr County, according to a listing from agent Charles Davidson with Republic Ranches LLC.
The property was once part of the the nearby camp Camp Mystic, but the current owners have owned the property for over 30 years, according to the listing. There is even a great view of the sky high “Mystic” sign from the camp. The property is about four miles south of Hunt and roughly 17 miles from Kerrville.
There is over 757 feet on the Guadalupe River that goes through the property. A few of the wild animals that are on the property include white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, free-range exotics, varmints, songbirds, largemouth bass, Guadalupe bass, catfish, and sunfish.
The property also has a 4,015-square-foot home that was constructed in 2002. The home has a spacious living room and dining room area. The four-bedroom home has one room separate from the others for extra privacy. The main home is also surrounded by a patio to enjoy. Close to the main home, is a 440-square-foot, two bedroom guest cabin that can hold six people and has a small kitchen.
Campo Verde Ranch’s property is fit for swimming, hiking, hunting, fishing, camping, canoeing, kayaking, bird watching, and star gazing. Hunters will be in love with the property. In 2013, the #1 SCI world record free range axis deer was captured on the ranch. Other hunted animals on the property include fallow deer, feral hogs and more, according to the listing.