This 65.566 acre ranch is located at 1376 Sandy Oaks Ranch Road near Johnson City. Being in Central Blanco County, this stunning ranch is only 40 +/- miles west of Austin and 60 +/- miles north of San Antonio. The property consists of gently sloping topography with moderate tree cover and mature oaks scattered throughout. Access to the gated Sandy Oaks Subdivision can be found off Ranch Road 1323 just a few short miles from Highway 281 in Johnson City. As you enter the ranch off paved Sandy Oaks Ranch Road you will enter through a stone entrance with an automatic iron gate. The all-weather road will lead you to the several improvements on the property including a single-family ranch house, 4 older barns, a detached laundry room with shower, a stone storage building, roping arena, and cattle pens.
The improvements are believed to be the headquarters of the original larger ranch that was subdivided to create the Sandy Oaks subdivision. This could make an incredible homesite surrounded by historic structures that have restoration potential. The ranch house is approximately 1,224 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath and is wood framed set on a pier and beam foundation with concrete footers and a pitched metal roof. The water to the house is provided by a water well and there is a septic system. The exact age of the ranch house is unknown but has been well maintained and overall reflects the original construction. In addition to the house, there are 4 older barns throughout the property that total approximately 4,040 square feet. These barns are a mix of stone and cedar construction with metal roofs. These barns add a lot of character to the property but are in need of repair. The detached laundry room with a shower is approximately 107 square feet and the stone storage building is approximately 432 square feet. Both of these structures are within a few feet of the ranch house. In addition to these improvements, there are also cattle pins and a lighted roping arena.
Whether you are looking for a place to build your permanent residence, a small cattle operation, horse property, or for a weekend hunting getaway, this ranch is definitely worth a look!