26109 Wild River Rd., Spicewood, TX
Travis County
Priced from $2,499,000 to $5,300,000)
9-99 acres
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Fall Creek Ranch


Description: Fall Creek Ranch is a 99-acre paradise on mystical Fall Creek in western Travis County.  The ranch can be best described as a naturalist's dream. From the crystal clear running waters of the cypress tree lined canyon to the 360-degree views on the hilltops above, the diversity of flora and fauna create an unparalleled ecosystem featuring everything that is treasured about the hill county.


Improvements: The ranch lodge is a spectacular, rustic, dog-trot log home built in 2004 and modeled after Texas cabins from the 1800's. The storybook 5 bedroom, 6 bath home was designed and hand-built by master craftsmen using a combination of both antique and reclaimed materials resulting in a masterpiece that has been featured in “Country’s Best Log Homes” magazine (Spring 2010).


Home Details:

  • The house was designed as a retreat lodge with “bunkhouse.” Sleeps up to 15 people (plus cot space on the sleeping porch). 

  • Reclaimed materials, including antique shiplap and beaded board, used throughout (almost no sheetrock on walls or ceilings). Sources for lumber include a cotton oil mill in Seguin built circa 1890, and a church in Taylor built in 1901.

  • All doors antique, beautiful antique long-leaf and short-leaf pine floors

  • Open floor plan with loft

  • Covered decks, screened-in porch

  • Home is perched above spectacular year round fall creek.  

  • Rainwater collection system with good well back-up. (The well’s original flow was 30 gpm. Water filtered to 1 micron and with ultraviolet light. This is the best water you can get.)

  • Free-standing wood-burning fireplace inside, fire pit outside

  • Sprinkler system

  • Native, deer-resistant landscaping

  • Two carports for your RV, plus two cars and two ATV’s (or a tractor)

  • Excellent high-speed internet connection


Water Features: Water is abundant on the ranch. Strong flowing Fall Creek runs the length of the property for over half of a mile and is graced by massive, towering cypress trees.  The strong flowing, crystal clear creek creates picture perfect grottos, swimming holes, fishing holes, and rapids to explore.  The relaxing and calming sounds created by the cascading water of the creek can be heard and enjoyed from throughout the home. There are also three ponds on the property, 2 of which are spring fed.


Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, quail, doves, and free-range exotics all roam the ranch. The creek offers fishing opportunities, including white bass fishing in early spring when Lake Travis is full and backs up into Fall Creek.


Vegetation: Large majestic cypress trees, oaks, pecans, persimmon, pecan, walnuts, elms, buckeyes, flame leaf sumacs, and redbuds to name a few all thrive on the ranch. Texas A&M consulted to restore this pasture to a native tall grass prairie. This pasture has deep, rich soil, unusual for the hill country.


Other Amenities:

  • 18 acre fenced pasture with a pond and well for livestock.

  • Gun range

  • Marvelous scenic hiking trails and off-road trails for ATV’s.

  • Potential for spectacular family campgrounds along the creek.

  • Complete “Off the Grid” living option as the owner has installed a large array of solar panels & a 12,000-gallon rain collection system. The 8 kW solar system with 35 kW back-up generator (grid tied to Pedernales Electric), served as model for solar installers and students from around the country.

  • Fruit orchard and wicking-bed vegetable garden


Development Potential: No conservation easement is in place and the ranch has many spectacular building sites.


Taxes: The property is under a wildlife tax exemption to keep taxes low and benefit the wildlife.



  • 40 minutes to downtown Austin

  • 18 minutes to the Galleria Mall in Bee Cave

  • 15 minutes to the new Scott & White hospital near Marble Falls

  • 10 minutes to the Spicewood airport, 28 minutes to the Horseshoe Bay airport

  • 5 minutes to the prestigious Austin Golf Club


Financing Option: Attractive owner financing available to qualified buyers.


Other Size Offerings: The Fall Creek Ranch is 99 acres and can be purchased in its entitity or as smaller parcels, with or without the lodge.  The various size offerings are as follows: (Click links to see each offering).


Contact for More Information:


Brady Moore, Broker

Big League Ranches LLC





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