Main Llano River Ranch is a live water property consisting of 300 acres located on Highway 377 in Kimble County. This riverfront ranch includes 2400 feet of Llano River and 3100 feet of Highway 377 just 3 miles from Junction, Texas. It is conveniently located 140 miles from Austin and 115 miles from San Antonio.
The stunning Llano river forms banks of white river rock making large beaches on both the east and west side of the ranch. For those seeking adventure, a nearby 5 mile paddle board or kayak route begins at the Schreiner Park (Junction City Park) and ends on the ranch’s banks. It is the ideal place for fishing and water activities. There is also a remarkable large rapid and grotto a 1/2 mile upstream.
The specatular long range views are due to the significant topography changes creating amazing places to build a home. As the ranch decreases in elevation, a 52-acre planted field of oats and sunflowers marks the mid-point. Pecan and oak trees line the river banks while oaks, mesquite and a few cedar are on the rest of the ranch. It also consists of a well-maintained network of roads and a sendero going from west to east. The ranch has 3 feeders and abundant whitetail, axis and some hogs. Birds consist of dove and quail.
The ranch has 2 water wells with one supplying the RV barn. Electricity crosses the ranch in multiple places and powers the RV barn and water well. A nice set of working pens is on the property for those seeking to pursue a cattle operation.