Leaning Oak Ranch
A secluded recreational property conveniently located between Luling and Lockhart with easy access to HWY 183. Mature Post Oaks and other hardwoods cover the majority of the property. The gently rolling topography, wet weather creek, two ponds, multiple pastures, all-weather road system, multiple electric meters, and a good water well all give the property an excellent start for the new owner. Located in a growing area, this property would serve as great recreational property with good investment value—an hour or less to Austin and San Antonio and only 2 hours to Houston.
620 Coastal Ln. Luling, TX 78648
4 miles to Luling, 11 miles to Lockhart, 30 miles to San Marcos, 45 miles to Austin, 60 miles to San Antonio, 145 miles to Houston, and 42 miles to Austin Bergstrom International Airport.
Land & Water
The property combines closed canopy forest, Post Oak savannah, and open pastures. The wet weather creek traverses the property in a general west-to-east direction with several other drainages feeding into it. This riparian area makes a great travel corridor for wildlife.
From the entrance on the north, the topography slopes down to the creek, then back up to the south end of the property.
There is approximately 40’ of elevation change. There is one stocked pond on the south side of the property which has not gone dry in the seller’s ownership. This pond can be supplemented by the water well. Another smaller pond near the gate serves as a wildlife water source. There is a small portion of the property within the 100-year floodplain.
Common wildlife in the area included Whitetail Deer, turkeys, feral hogs, migratory waterfowl, and songbirds. The owner has also seen Axis deer in the past. Trees observed on the property include copious Post Oaks, Blackjack Oaks, Cedar Elms, American Elm, Pecan, Hackberry, Sweet Gum, Black Willow, Osage Orange, Eastern Red Cedar, and Mesquite. The shrub and forb layer is comprised of Winged Elm, Yaupon, Lime Prickly Ash, Flame Leaf Sumac, Texas Persimmon, Prickly Pear, Tasajillo, American Beautyberry, Wooly Croton, Texas Croton, Broomweed, Dewberry vine, Mustang Grapes, Frost Weed, Green Briar, and Sunflowers. The grass layer is comprised of Little Bluestem, Coastal Bermuda, King Ranch Bluestem, Texas Wintergrass, Oldfield Three Awn, and Klein Grass. Soil types include fine sand, sandy loam, and clay loam.
The property has approximately 1200’ of frontage on Coastal Ln, a dead-end gravel county road with only three gates past the property. This, along with the dense tree cover, gives the property a secluded feel while being only 2/3rd of a mile from Hwy 183. The dense tree cover provides a good sound barrier from the highway muting out most of the road noise.
Improvements & Utilities
An all-weather gravel road runs north to south with a bypass loop to the east. There are multiple electric meters, including 440V service on the south end, per the owner. The water well is strong and recently had a new wire run in conduit from the breaker to the pump. The property is perimeter fenced with barbed wire in fair condition and holds livestock. Two pipelines run parallel to the main road. There is a single wide trailer and other rolling stock that is to be removed by the seller.
The property is qualified for Agricultural Valuation via a grazing lease that can be terminated with notice. 2022 taxes on the property were approximately $235.00
Most of the basic needs of a landowner can be found in Luling or Lockhart. Both towns have been renowned for their Central TX BBQ. Caldwell County is in the heart of the Innovation Corridor, with many major employers creating or relocating facilities in the area over the last few years.
***Buyer Agents must make first contact and be present at all showings to participate in 50% commission split. If this condition is not met, Buyer Agent split is at sole discretion of Grand Land Company.
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John grew up in Victoria, TX and was involved in multiple cow-calf operations in that area as well as Bryan-College Station, TX while attending Texas A&M. He earned a B.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. John has over 25 years experience in commercial sales and rural property services, and he is the Broker of Record for Grand Land Company. (TREC #655090). John is an active member of the Realtors® Land Institute, has earned the prestigious Accredited Land Consultant designation, and has been recognized as a part of the 2022 APEX Producers Club by RLI. John serves on the Executive Board of the Coastal Conservation Association of Texas (CCA) and is a member of the Williamson County A&M Club. John is also actively involved in the management of several hunting operations in South Texas. He and his family are are avid outdoor enthusiasts spending most of their free time hunting, fishing, and hiking in the great outdoors. His passion for the outdoors combined with his depth of experience with all types of rural properties brings authenticity to every transaction.
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This Land style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Grand Land Company. This property is listed at $ 1,299,946. It has bedrooms, bathrooms, and is 113.96 acres. The property was built in year.