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*Owner Financing Available* **PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO https://youtu.be/-8EAEKplFGI**. This beautiful 441+ acre Ag Exempt ranch is located in Bandera County. It offers incredible views with elevations reaching 1,500 ft, rich fertile bottom land, and big, beautiful oaks & other hardwood trees throughout the ranch. Bandera Oaks Ranch is just 9 miles east of "The Cowboy Capital of the World". Bandera TX which remains a place where rodeos reign, dude ranches abound, and real cowboys mosey through town. The ranch is also conveniently located minutes from Boerne, San Antonio, Kerrville, and Fredericksburg. The location, acreage, and gentle rolling hills makes Bandera Oaks Ranch a rare find. The ranch gate is located 1 mile off Hwy 16 just NW of Pipe Creek, TX. This ranch can be sold as 441 acres or in two parcels. The 160-acre high fence parcel has a 1,500 sq ft barn-dominium that has been beautifully remodeled. Attached to the barn dominium is a generous sized area for a shop, side x side, tractor, and all other implements and toys. The Barn dominium measures 150ft long x 50ft wide. The 160 acre parcel of the ranch is stocked with Scimitar Oryx, Addax, Black Buck Antelope and Fallow Deer. It also has native whitetail deer as well as Rio Grande Turkeys. Enjoy watching the wildlife from the back patio every morning while drinking your cup of coffee. The 281 acre parcel of the ranch is low fenced and has a very gentle roll with multiple building sites that have incredible views of the Texas Hill Country. This ranch has beautiful oak trees throughout the property as well as some giant century oaks with incredible canopies that look like a park setting. The wildlife on this parcel of the ranch consists of Whitetail Deer, Axis Deer & Rio Grande Turkeys. History of Bandera Bandera was settled in the early 1850's drawn by the cypress trees along the Medina River. A sawmill was built in 1853 which produced shingles from the cypress trees for builders in San Antonio as well as the U.S. Military. Bandera was also home for the Apache Indians as well as the Comanche Indians. Many bloody battles between Apache and Comanche Indians and the Spanish Conquistadors took place in Bandera Pass (12 miles north of Bandera on Hwy 173). Legend has it that, for years afterwards, a red "bandera" (Spanish for banner or flag) was flown at the site to define the boundary between Spanish and Indian hunting grounds. Bandera Texas after the Civil War was the staging ground for cattle drives which ran north as far as Dodge City Kansas, into Nebraska and for a time, clear up to Deadwood South Dakota. As you might expect, Bandera loves to share its Texas heritage. The town celebrates the National Day of the American Cowboy in a big way, with rodeos and music and BBQ aplenty. The fun takes place on the fourth Saturday of every July. On Labor Day weekend the National Professional Bull Riders come to town as the centerpiece of Celebrate Bandera, the annual end-of-summer family-friendly festival that includes the Longhorn Cattle Drive and Parade, Circle of Life Intertribal Pow-Wow, Texas pioneer living history exhibitions and the Lonestar BBQ Society's Cook-off. Bandera also stakes a claim on one of the most popular cowboy Mardi Gras parades in the state, with the Annual 11th Street Cowboy Mardi Gras the last weekend in January. Visitors can saddle up for a ride at many local ranches and riding stables or enjoy a real cowboy experience with a days-long stay at one of several dude ranches. And don't miss Arkey Blue's Silver Dollar Saloon, said to be the oldest continuously operating honkytonk in all of Texas. For more history on Bandera, Texas, visit https://www.banderacowboycapital.com/ and https://truewestmagazine.com/bandera-texas-cowboy-capital-of-the-world/ .
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