Reno Realty Group’s Jim Reno Sells Turnkey Hunting Property in Texas Hill Country

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Congratulations to Reno Realty Group’s broker/owner Jim Reno for his sale of a 681-acre hunting tract in Texas Hill Country’s Kimble County. This sale occurred on July 12, 2017, and was submitted through the Lands of America Comparable Sales program.

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Conveniently located two hours northwest of San Antonio, Oak Ridge Ranch offers an ideal turnkey hunting property, with herds of whitetail and axis deer available for year-round hunting opportunities. The land here provides a nice mix of oak and cedar to offer cover for the deer, along with plentiful open terrain, good soil, numerous places for food plots and two wells supplying water to eight water troughs.

The ranch’s previous owner introduced outside whitetail genetics to boost the makeup of the herd, plus has been feeding the deer protein, attributes that show in the quality of the deer. There are seven hunting blinds spread out through the property, plus a hunting camp consisting of a travel trailer, small house, cleaning station, liar’s pit and insulated storage shed. The rolling land offers great views while still being easy to get around, making for an ideal weekend hunting retreat for the ranch’s new owners.

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