This 81 acre property is rare in the Driftwood area with modest and sensible deed restrictions. The Preserve at Driftwood is located just 35 minutes from downtown Austin and only 6 miles southeast of downtown Dripping Springs on Farm to Market Road 150 in Driftwood, Hays County, TX. The property is a short drive from restaurants, wineries, shopping and many other amenities. It is also minutes away from the new Discovery Lands Driftwood Golf and Ranch Club development. The property has ample highway frontage on Highway 150 West. Improvements include newly paved private roads, high-fence wrapping around a majority of the property, and installed underground utilities. The acreage is covered with large oak trees, native grasses and wildflowers. Both sides of Rocky Creek (a wet weather tributary of Onion Creek) wind its way through the northwest corner of the property for approximately 1,400 feet, with exposed limestone creek bed and rock formations. The property is predominantly flat but with a gentle slope to the north, east and west offering panoramic Hill Country views. Hays ISD. Well and septic at Buyer’s Expense. Underground utilities; Rainwater Collection encouraged. This property is perfect for a weekend getaway or gentleman’s ranch.
Tbd Farm To Market Road 150 Road
Property Listed by: Riley Mclean Land
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