S-K Ranch

0 Fly Gap Rd, Mason, TX 76856

Mason County

S-K Ranch, Mason County Texas

Discover this stunning ranch with spectacular hilltop views and a park-like landscape. The property features granite outcrops and boulders, the North Fork of San Fernando Creek, and a diverse array of trees and native brush. It is perimeter fenced and cross-fenced into two pastures, with a newly drilled water well and electric access. Additional amenities include a small metal shed for equipment storage and county road frontage with a short easement road access. Don’t miss out on this remarkable property!


  • Spectacular hilltop views and park-like landscape
  • Granite outcrops and boulders enhance the scenery
  • North Fork of San Fernando Creek traverses the ranch
  • Scattered live oak, post oaks, Spanish oak trees, mesquite, and native brush
  • Perimeter fenced and cross-fenced into two pastures
  • Newly drilled 12 GPM water well (not equipped) with electric access
  • Small metal shed with concrete floor and electric for storage
  • County road frontage with recorded easement road access from Fly Gap County Road
  • Seller requires participation in a 1031 Exchange at no additional cost or liability to the buyer

Mason County, Texas, located in the central part of the state, was established in 1858 and named after Fort Mason, which was itself named for Lt. George T. Mason, a U.S. Army officer killed in the Mexican-American War. The county has a rich history that reflects the broader narrative of Texas’ development. Early settlers, primarily of German descent, arrived in the mid-19th century, attracted by the fertile land and abundant natural resources. The region faced numerous conflicts with local Native American tribes, leading to the establishment of Fort Mason as a protective measure. Over time, Mason County evolved from a frontier settlement into a thriving agricultural community, known for its ranching, farming, and later, its notable pecan and peach orchards. The county seat, the city of Mason, is home to several historic landmarks, including the Mason County Courthouse and the Mason County Jail. Today, Mason County retains its rural charm while embracing a blend of historical heritage and modern progress.

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GPS Coordinates – 30.900330, -99.031309, Google Maps – LINK

2 Hours from Austin Texas

2 Hours and 15 Minutes from San Antonio Texas

Listed by Lehmberg Realty

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Acreage: 288
Price Per Acre: $7,468

Listed By

Will Lehmberg

Lehmberg Realty