Ask Deryl Hoyt
Cozy Farmhouse Cottage on 4 acres located in Richland Springs, Texas on the Old San Saba Highway. This property has it all y'all! The house features two bedrooms with one bath and original beautiful hardwood floors throughout the house. There have been upgrades added throughout the house with a new roof in 2018. There are three window units and propane heat for the winter. The kitchen has recently been painted including the cabinets and also features a gas range. A new hot water heater was installed in 2022. There is fiber optic cable installed. The exterior of the home is white wood and is in great condition with a red metal roof that was installed in 2018. The entire property has new fences providing the perfect horse farm. There are also cross fences that provide different paddocks to separate your livestock. In the middle pasture there is a 12x15 metal barn with a roll up door and floor kit perfect for storing feed, fertilizer and your yard and farm equipment. The main gate entering onto the property is a 14ft wide gate to insure horse trailers can be moved in and out when needed. The backyard is fenced separate from the pasture. There is a 20x20 tack room (entertainment barn) that makes the perfect spot to hang out, grill, watch football and entertain your guests! Open the doors to let the amazing breeze in or close the doors during the winter time and turn on your propane heaters. Do you like to tell stories and roast marshmallows on cool fall and winter nights? There is a 15ft high outdoor wood burning fireplace to gather all your friends around while telling stories and roasting marshmallows. No matter the season, you will find yourself hanging out back enjoying the simple life! This is the perfect place to retire. A house with small acreage doesn't come available too often around here and when it does they never last long. Seller is currently paying $325.00 a year in taxes. So, don't let this property pass you by, call today and let's connect!
San Saba County is Pecan Capital of the World and is located in the heart of the Hill Country. With only being 2 hours from Austin and three from the metroplex area you are sure to enjoy this little quaint town. Come and enjoy our local winery, local eatery's and hit up all the local shops. Local shops include, The JC Campbell Mercantile, Switch Boutique, Bard and Hollow Antiques, historical Harry's Department Store, several pecan companies and stores and San Saba Olive Oil just to name a few. We have fabulous restaurants that include sandwiches/soups/quiche shops, Mexican food, Italian food, American food, steaks, drinks and sometimes street dances for the nightlife. Have a remote job? Then San Saba has you covered for that too with highspeed fiberoptic internet. Also, you can enjoy our luxurious 18 hole golf course that over looks the banks of the San Saba River. Our beautiful parks are sure to be a hit as well. Just down the road in Bend you will find Colorado Bend State Park for the hiking and fishing enthusiasts. This town offers just about everything you need!