Ask Deryl Hoyt
Would you like to find a place to relocate your family where you can enjoy a slower paced and safer lifestyle? This home was designed with family in mind. So many people are working from home now and can live just about anywhere as long as they have reliable internet. San Saba has high speed, fiber optic internet.
As you head North out of the city limits of San Saba you will drive past a couple pecan tree orchards and cross over the lovely San Saba River. Hang a right on FM 1480 which is also known as Pecan Grove Rd. You will see the property on the right after only 2/10 mile. The location is a perfect distance from town and paved highway the entire way. The property also fronts CR 139 on the West side. The 4 acre property gives you plenty of room for recreation and has lots of potential - Start a garden, plant a fruit orchard, set up a corn feeder and enjoy the whitetail deer and other wildlife, build a barn or workshop, get the young ones some battery powered cars to drive or maybe a small dirt bike or even a horse to ride!
The front porch faces to the West so you can enjoy sunsets from the porch swing and the back porch provides shade and sun protection for most of the day's hot sun. Epic backyard BBQ's can be enjoyed here with all your friends and family. Just set up the corn hole boards and turn on the pellet grill and crank up the tunes. During cooler weather, you can build a fire in the outdoor fireplace and enjoy more outdoor time year round.
The living area (20' x 28') has a grand, wood burning fireplace, vaulted ceiling, large ceiling fan and energy efficient LED lighting throughout the home. There are French doors on either side of the fireplace that allow you more visual and physical access to the backyard activities. The kitchen, living and dining areas are all open to each other so families can be together more regardless of what is going on. The kitchen (15' x 17') has a small pantry, island, and wrap-around bar that has the sink, dishwasher and bar seating. The countertops are made of cement and provide a rustic feel with great durability. Most of the doors are full 8' wooden doors. Some doors are pocket, barn and standard. The floors are stained concrete which are easy to clean and maintain.
The master bedroom (17' x 17') has a trey ceiling with stained wood. The master bathroom has a double vanity, jetted tub, walk-in shower, and walk-in closet. A small bedroom (10' x 10') is just across the hall from the master for smaller children or would make a great in-home office/workspace. Further down the same hall is a half bath and the laundry room(10' x 16') that can make your girlfriends and your mother-in-law jealous. The laundry has another sink, additional pantry space and room for a large freezer. The home has a water softener and gas, on-demand water heater. The other 2 bedrooms(11' x 12') are located on the other side of the living room and share a Jack and Jill bathroom.
Small town living means you can be more active in your kids lives and they can be apart of more activities. Besides all the hunting and fishing opportunities, there is little league baseball, 4H, FFA, football, basketball, tennis, golf, track, UIL, Band, scouts, church involvement, cheerleading, drill team, rodeo, and the list goes on. They do not have to pick only one or two to be involved with here, they can be in as many as they want. Our schools are strong academically and our community really cares for and supports one another. This could be the dream home your family deserves.
San Saba is located approximately 1.5 hours North of Austin, 2 hours North of San Antonio, 2.5 hours South of DFW.
There are 3 major parks in San Saba. Mill Pond is a spring fed pond that has a sandy beach for swimming, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, ducks that enjoy being fed, playground equipment, little league fields, Civic center, track, beautiful waterfall and landscaping along Mill creek. Risien Park is along the banks of the San Saba River and under the canopy of huge pecan trees. Enjoy fishing and swimming, pavilion, and many family events are held here. San Saba Nature Park is along the meandering Mill Creek and the San Saba River. There are lots of wide cement sidewalks that weave through the large Pecan trees. Great for bike riding and walking for enjoyment or exercise. Areas are set up with bird watching and wildlife viewing.
San Saba is considered the "Pecan Capital of the World" and home to the Colorado and San Saba Rivers. Top notch for catfish fishing and seasonal white bass. For the golf enthusiasts, San Saba has a beautiful 18 hole golf course nestled along the San Saba Ri