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Who is looking for pristine land in the beautiful Texas hill country with little to no unnatural e.m.f.?! No power lines. No cell towers close. Neighbor would be me (permaculture offgrid) and a few large ranch properties. Great neighbors. Perfect for your offgrid, permaculture paradise. A little under 125 acres. Not on market yet. I wanna find a good offgrid conscious buyer if I can. Seller is planning, as of now, on asking something like 20,000 per acre. He is willing to owner finance though. It's super top shelf land with tons of potential. Great water, nice slope. Let me know if you have questions or are interested. THANKS!
 
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are mineral rights included in sale of property,
 
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s wesley wrote: Great water, nice slope. Let me know if you have questions or are interested.



What is the water source?  Altitude?  How far from the nearest gas station?
 
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are mineral rights included in sale of property,


I can ask. Generally all mineral rights in this area are always transferred when the owner has them. Also this area has no oil and gas drilling.
 
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What is the water source?  Altitude?  How far from the nearest gas station?


Water source is significant runoff or the multiple wells. Well water is excellent here. There is at least one working windmill on a well that I know of. We are at the top of a watershed and this area is the start of the rivers and streams for a lot of texas. When we bought our land it was during a major drought and the springs and rivers around here were great. I don't think there is a spring but I can check because there is one close by. There may be a seasonal creek running through. I'll have to check on the number of ponds. I haven't seen 100% of the property at the back but I can check it out and deliver the details if there is someone very serious about it. We are close friends with the neighbor who is selling it.

Altitude is approx. 1400'-1500', maybe closer to 1400'. I can probably get exact details on that if need be. Great views. Clear air. Again a super nice area of texas and this huge ranch.

Nearest gas station is maybe 14 or so miles. Which is in the nearest town. A couple larger towns are maybe 30 mins. away for major shopping or markets. It's tucked away in the country but not too far from markets if you choose to go there. One of the most scenic drives in texas is what you would drive to get to town.
 
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Would love to learn more about this, we are looking for a place to start a permaculture homestead, thanks!

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Which county?
 
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In many parts of Texas the mineral rights do not entirely belong to the owner of the land.
 
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I'm Interested 20000 an acre?
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