258.8 Unrestricted acres, ripe with possibilities and unencumbered by zoning restrictions, this one-of-a-kind ranch would make a stunning vineyard & winery, resort, commercial, residential, or mixed-use development, or easily be returned to a working cattle ranch. Luminary Texans such as the colorful radio personality Bill Cammack (who was also a pilot, photographer and big game hunter who famously survived a polar bear attack) and businessman “Red” McCombs brought their vision to this ranch on the Texas Hill Country Wine Trail, and now you can build your own legend at the Cammack Ranch. Let your imagination take flight as you consider this prime offering of land situated between Johnson City and Fredericksburg. With over 1,900 feet of frontage on Highway 290, this Blanco County gem sits just an hour drive from two of Texas’ largest cities, Austin and San Antonio.
Improvements include a rustic 3300-foot limestone ranch house built in the 1930's, with ties to Lyndon B. Johnson. There is also a new pole and metal barn on the site that could serve any number of purposes. This spectacular property will inspire you with expansive views in all directions, gently rolling topography, and an abundance of lush, mature oak trees that have been meticulously kept. Every spring, the landscape is accentuated with the famous wildflowers native to the region: bluebonnets, Indian paintbrushes, red poppies, purple tansy, ox-eyed daisies and wine-cup flowers. Ripe with possibilities and unencumbered by zoning restrictions, this one-of-a-kind spread would make a stunning vineyard & winery location.
Don’t let the opportunity to snap up this investment pass you by as land parcels such as this are a quickly dwindling breed in the Texas Hill Country, particularly along the Wine Trail. The legend can be yours to reinvent as you reap the benefits of the laid-back lifestyle of world-class BBQ, charming wineries, inventive distilleries, and eclectic art and music that defines the region.