ADJ Lane Tract C
- Address:Adj Lane Tract C
Tract C of ADJ Lane is a prime, 30.041-acre tract of prime Hill Country real estate. Densely wooded with various native oaks, there is a cabin, solar-well system, roughly a quarter mile of wet-weather creek bed that runs into a fifth-acre new pond. The pond is situated near tall oak trees with native limestone terraces nearby, making a beautiful picnic and hangout area. The property exhibits 50+/- feet in elevation changes and is fenced on 2 of 4 sides. Tax exempt, underground electricity, and priced at roughly $15,500/acre.
ADJ Lane is located under 10 miles N/NW from Fredericksburg, 8 miles from city limits and 9 miles from Downtown. Nearby points of interest include: Hilltop Caf (5 miles), Enchanted Rock (11 miles), Vineyards and Wineries (20 miles), Luckenbach (20 miles), and LBJ State Park (26 miles).
Tract C includes multiple improvements on the property. There is a 2-room small hunters cabin with 4 bunk beds, a wood-burning stove, and overhead lights that is wired to the outside for hook up to a generator. There is also a small kitchen area with cabinets.
Near the cabin is a solar-powered well with a 550gal black holding tank. The well is under 10 years old and has a new float-switch installed. The well pump, solar panels, and control module are a Lorentz system and had been installed replacing an old windmill pump. There is a buried discharge line that runs 700 feet to the pond to help combat the effects of evaporation on the pond.
Along the wet-weather creek bed, a medium size pond has been installed. It is poly-lined throughout the entire pond base and roughly one-third has two layers of poly-liner and 3 layers of felt padding. There is a buried flexible pipe that runs from the well to this pond to help combat effects of evaporation during dry spells.
Historically, the property has had its Ag Exemption (1-d-1 Open-Space Agricultural Use Appraisal) via cattle grazing, however the property is currently Ag Exempt via a Wildlife Management Plan. This requires much less effort than maintaining livestock and/or leasing your land to a cattle grazer, to achieve the same tax benefit. As with any ag exemption, new ownership requires a renewed application for the tax exemption. The renewal process is simple and of low cost.
Underground electricity serviced by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC).
Native Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Jack Rabbits, Dove, and more.
The property has an abundance of native oak trees, with a few pecan trees scattered in the area. Diverse brush and a variety of grass. Cedar is present on the property with much selectively cleared as part of the Wildlife Management Plan.
Through the center of the property there is 1380 feet of wet-weather creek bed that is part of the headwater system for Polander Creek. Near the northern edge of the property, next to ADJ Lane the creek bed has been improved to include a medium sized lined-pond that has a native white limestone terrace surrounding it.
Property Map / Directions
From Fredericksburg, head north on Hwy 87, right on Cherry Mountain Loop, which turns in to Gypsum Mine Road, right on Adj Lane. Tracts are marked A, B, C, D.