A unique property pleasingly designed for folks who want to down-size in style and enjoy country living. About two-thirds of this property is very productive cultivated land and the remaining one-third is native pasture that slopes downward to a tree-lined wet-weather creek. The home and guest cabin are nestled among large oak trees on the high side of a creek that runs along the east side of the property. Covered porches running the lengths of both the house and cabin in combination with the pergola that connects the structures allows the outdoors to be claimed as living space. The exteriors of the house & cabin are attractively constructed with a combination of native sandstone and cedar siding. The home is designed for comfort and efficiency with large windows on the south and east sides and solid walls on the north and west sides to block the winter winds and hot west sun in the summer. It has 1 bedroom, a large bath with walk-in shower, and the kitchen and living area share the great room. There are engineered wood floors throughout the house and beautiful granite countertops in the kitchen and bathroom. Use of natural materials such as the wood plank ceiling and flagstone in the bathroom enhances the rustic style while ceiling fans, central heat and a/c and built in appliances make life comfortable
A few steps away from the main house is the cozy guest cabin. The wood burning fireplace, natural wood walls chinked to resemble a log cabin, customized bathroom, separate kitchen/laundry area, and a sleeping loft above is sure to please anyone who stays there.
A picturesque yard includes rock terraces, pathways and sitting areas, a hot tub and a flagstone patio down by the creek with a stone fireplace. The yard has an automatic sprinkler system and raised beds for growing vegetables.
A nice metal barn/equipment shed offers plenty of space for vehicles, equipment, hay or whatever you need to cover, plus animal stalls, and has an enclosed shop area, too. The perimeter fences and cross fences are in excellent condition. There are also pipe livestock working pens in the corner of the field and a good fishing tank (pond). The combination of grain planted in the field and the excellent cover provided by the native pasture along the creek make hunting deer, turkeys, etc. very good. This is an attractive place to live, located only a few miles out of town on a county maintained road, and has the potential for producing income. Check out the pictures and then give us a call to see if for yourself!
THIS PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, CHANGE IN PRICE, OR REMOVAL FROM THE MARKET WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL INFORMATION IS DEEMED TO BE TRUE & CORRECT TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE AND FROM RELIABLE SOURCES. PROPERTY TAXES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE ANNUALLY. GENE STEWART REAL ESTATE WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY CHANGES OR DISCREPANCIES.
“Buyers broker/agent must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first and subsequent showings in order to earn full participation in co-brokerage commission.”
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Owner occupied. An agent must be present at all showings.
County 210, San Saba, TX 76877, USA