Bear Creek Ranch

1150 Bear Creek, Kerrville Texas 78028

Kerr County

Bear Creek Ranch, Kerrville Texas

1150 Bear Creek, Kerrville Texas 78028

This creek frontage listing offers private country living with the convenience of being just 7 miles from downtown Kerrville. The property spans over 59 acres of ag-exempt land in Kerr County, Texas and features over 1,000 feet of Bear Creek frontage (both sides). It includes two concrete drive-overs, including a dam. The land encompasses two worked pastures that produce up to 90 round bales of hay annually during non-drought years. There is a pond that fills up to 1.40 acres, and a hilltop homesite offering stunning views. The modern, energy-efficient home, built in 2020 with insulated concrete form (ICF) construction, is 1,230 square feet with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a large porch.  Additionally, there is a spacious, insulated three-bay garage (two bays are drive-through) with adjacent storage space.  The property has gravel roads for easy access, a water well, pump house, and a 5,500-gallon water reservoir, along with an aerobic septic system and propane. Hunting is permitted, with Axis, whitetail, and turkey observed on the property. Cleared, ready-to-build site for a ranch house. (Complete plans for the 3/3 ranch house and a separate studio building will be provided to buyer).  This diverse parcel features Live Oak, Red Oak, Sycamore, Cypress, and Cedar trees, along with over ten native grass species.   Tractor and attachments convey.

Highlights –


Private country living with easy access to city amenities (7 Miles to Kerrville)

59+ Acres of ag exempt land

Over 1000 feet of Bear Creek Frontage (live Creek), both sides of creek.

Two concrete Bear Creek drive-overs, including dam.

2 worked pastures that have produced 90 round bales of hay on an annual basis in a non-drought year.

Pond that fills up to 1.40 acres.

Hilltop homesite with views

Modern, energy efficient, 1,230 sq foot home (built 2020), with a large porch to enjoy views.  (2 Bed 2 Bath)

Large, insulated 3 bay garage  (2 bays are drive-through), with laundry room, full bath and storage closet.

Gravel roads throughout property for easy access

Water well, pump house, and 5500 gallon water reservoir.

Underground propane tank and aerobic septic tank

Hunting allowed, bow and black powder and shotgun only.  Axis, whitetail, turkey seen on property.

Cleared, ready-to-build site for ranch house (Complete plans for ranch house will be provided to buyer)

Live Oak, Red Oak, Sycamore, Cypress and Cedar trees, 10+ native grass species

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History of Kerrville, Texas:

Kerrville, Texas, founded in the 1850s, is nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Its origins trace back to Joshua Brown, a shingle maker who settled in the area along the Guadalupe River in 1846. The town was named after James Kerr, a major in the Texas Revolution and a friend of Brown. The establishment of a post office in 1856 marked the formal founding of Kerrville. The town quickly grew as a center for trade and transportation due to its strategic location. The arrival of the San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway in the late 19th century spurred further growth, transforming Kerrville into a bustling hub for agriculture, particularly ranching and farming. Over time, Kerrville evolved, preserving its rich history while adapting to modern developments, becoming a cherished location known for its scenic beauty and vibrant community.

Amenities in Kerrville, Texas:

Today, Kerrville offers a blend of historic charm and modern amenities. The city is renowned for its beautiful parks, such as Louise Hays Park and Kerrville-Schreiner Park, which provide ample opportunities for outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and picnicking along the scenic Guadalupe River. Kerrville’s vibrant arts scene is highlighted by the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center and the Cailloux Theater, offering a variety of performances and exhibitions. The city also hosts the annual Kerrville Folk Festival, attracting music lovers from across the nation. For those interested in education and healthcare, Kerrville is home to Schreiner University and boasts excellent medical facilities, including the Peterson Regional Medical Center. With a variety of shopping, dining, and recreational options, Kerrville provides residents and visitors with a rich, fulfilling lifestyle, making it a desirable place to live and visit.

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Acreage: 59
Price Per Acre: $42,372
Home Size: 1230 SF
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms 2

Listed By

James Bigley