163 Irmas Dr Lockhart TX 78644

163 Irmas Dr Lockhart TX 78644

Caldwell County

Ranchette in Caldwell County Texas


Nestled on 10 acres, this 2090 square foot 5 bed/3 bath home offers both comfortability and practicality with a newly remodeled interior and exterior. Located just 5 minutes from SH 130, the property ensures a convenient commute to the I-35 corridor, Lockhart, San Antonio, and Austin. The home boasts a large back deck with expansive views, an insulated climate-controlled workshop or office, and ample space for various activities with a large equipment shed, a barn with one stall, an announcement booth, and a roping arena with sandy loam sand. Additionally, this property has a RV hookup with sewage, no restrictions, allowing for ultimate flexibility in use.


  • 5 minutes from SH 130
  • 2090 square foot newly remodeled home
  • 5 bed/3 bath
  • 10.3990 acres
  • Large back deck with expansive views
  • Insulated climate-controlled workshop or office
  • Large equipment shed
  • RV Hookup (electricity and septic)
  • Barn with 1 stall with electric
  • Announcement booth
  • Roping arena with sandy loam sand
  • Convenient commute to I-35 corridor, San Antonio, and Austin
  • No property restrictions
  • large back neighbor (300 acres+)

Caldwell County, Texas, established in 1848, has a rich history and has experienced significant growth over the years. Named after Mathew Caldwell, a ranger captain, the county seat is Lockhart, known as the “Texas BBQ Capital.” The early economy was heavily agricultural, with cotton being a primary crop. The introduction of railroads in the late 19th century spurred growth, connecting towns like Luling and Lockhart to larger markets. The discovery of the Luling Oilfield in 1922 marked another economic milestone, leading to prosperity and development.

In recent years, Caldwell County has seen steady population growth, increasing from 38,066 in 2010 to 45,883 in 2020, with an estimated population of 49,859 in 2023. The county’s strategic location within the Texas Innovation Corridor, with proximity to Austin, San Antonio, and Houston, has attracted new businesses and residents. Efforts to revitalize downtown Lockhart and the opening of large retail establishments like Buc-ee’s in Luling are indicative of ongoing economic development. The county’s blend of historical charm and modern growth makes it a dynamic and appealing place to live and work​ (Texas State Historical Association)​​ (Wikipedia)​​ (Texas State Historical Association)​​ (Caldwell County Official Website)​.

Listed by EXP Realty

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Acreage: 10
Price Per Acre: $60,000
Home Size: 2090 SF
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms 3

Listed By

James Bigley

EXP Realty