2434 Acres SOLD

Hashknife Ranch
Approx. Acreage: 2434
Price: $3,225,050.00  ($1325/acre)
Location: Edwards County
Nearest City: Rocksprings
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The Hashknife Ranch has been blessed with meticulous care by the current owners with regards to conservation and preservation of the historical features. This region of Texas offers some of the most reasonably priced land in the Hill Country. Combine that with the area’s solid hunting, and you’ve got a great buy!


The ranch is located in Edwards County, approximately 20 miles southwest of Rocksprings, fronting Hwy 674.


• The main house was built in 2008 and has 3 bedrooms and 21/2 bathrooms and is 2348 sf, of which 260 sf is an attached, covered porch where you can sit and enjoy watching the deer and turkey feeding in the back yard! Home features:
• Native rock fireplace with mesquite mantle and propane outlet
• Italian tile flooring and counter tops
• Mesquite front and back doors with antique hardware
• Antique sinks and tub
• Hardee siding and composition roof
• Energy efficient features including shades, windows, clock thermostat and HVAC duct work
• 2 CACH units
• Instant hot water system
• Water purification system
• Covered porch with rock grilling area, shades and fans
• Near the house is a 3 car, metal, steel-framed barn/garage (1495 sf) with water and electricity. It houses an exercise room (15X35) with CACH and a storage room.


• Historic rock 2/1 ranch house, +/-1250 sf, dating back to the 1940’s, completely rewired in 2012, CACH, screened porch, rock patio with fireplace, new insulation
• Historic rock lodge, also dating back to the 1940’s, +/- 390 sf with rock patio entertainment area
• Rock cabin, +/-672 sf
• Each of the above 3 structures are beautifully furnished with most of the furnishings to convey.
• Concrete reservoir/swimming pool with deck
• Historic well house
• Hunter’s cabin with sun room and metal barn
• Air Evac certified landing site
• Barn with walk in cooler
• Hay barn and game cleaning area
• All feeders and blinds


Whitetail, turkey, dove and axis. A total of 45 TP&W TTT whitetail does were released in 2007 and 2009.


• Almost 2 miles of both sides of the West Nueces River. The river goes underground in this area during times of drought, but will surface during good rainfall periods.
• 5 water wells (2 equipped with windmills and 3 with submersible pumps) with 4 concrete pillas


Beautiful liveoak, Spanish oak, shinoak and piñon trees cover the ranch. Other vegetation includes mesquite, cedar, mountain laurel, persimmon, agarita and hackberry. There are beautiful far-reaching views from the hill tops.

The owner has cleared approximately 1000 acres of cedar, leaving some on the ridges and in the headers for wildlife refuge.


Sellers believe to own 25% of minerals which will convey.


Ag-use exemption is in place. Current taxes are $4734


$3,225,050.00 ($1325/acre)