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Leakey Acres

... 35 acres in beautiful Frio Canyon ...

Private hill country property with 35 acres is conveniently located 2 miles east from the desirable town of Leakey. Situated at the end of a picturesque box canyon you will have easy access by way of a county-maintained road. No 4x4 needed. Nearest neighbors all own large lots for added privacy. No HOA. The property is perimeter fenced extending up and over the top of the mountain with tremendous views in all directions. Attractive landscaping has been done to provide a fenced garden area, meditation areas, rock lined walkways, and two large patio areas, one having a metal fire-pit, for those cozy evenings to enjoy the “Dark Skies” with friends and family.

Hunting, hiking trails, fossils, artifacts, caves, incredible views for photograpy enthusiasts, star gazing and endless discoveries. Looking for a great state park and its amenities, your location puts you 10 miles from your doorstep to Garner State Park (#1 TX State Park).There are two cabins, the main having lots of large windows, a modern open kitchen, one bedroom and one bathroom. A two-sided covered wrap-around porch encourages you to “sit a spell.”

The second cabin is smaller but packs a big punch for views from its covered front porch. City water/utilities are in place plus a grandfathered well. There is a wood shed and two (2) full sized railroad containers for storage or conversion, many features can be reviewed in amenities/conveyance documents. There are no restrictions on the land so you can enjoy it as you see fit. To round out the package, you have deeded access to the Frio River about a mile away. This Realtor actually saw the hill country for the first time in late 1979 from this particular box canyon, and has been in Leakey ever since!
Property Features

35 Acres, heavily wooded (includes both sides of mountain)

Elevation change from cabins to top of mountain is ~600 feet plus

Approx. 2.0 miles to downtown Leakey

Deeded Frio River access less than 1.5 miles away

No city taxes/no HOA

City Water with booster pump for enhanced pressure

Garbage pickup / Electricity / Fiber Optic broadband / Propane: 100 gallon tank

Abundant Wildlife

Grandfathered well

Handful of neighboring properties are 15 to 30 acres plus

Breathtaking views abound

Multiple build sites with spectacular views

Perimeter Fenced, Private – end of box canyon with gate

Good road access – four-wheel drive not required

Two Cabins

Two full-sized railroad cars for storage

Large wooden storage shed

Small greenhouse

Black gravel driveways to both cabins

Large outdoor covered porch and deck

Large outdoor BBQ/entertainment area

Fenced in natural garden area

Natural stone deposits

Ornamental stone walls and paths

Art deco cedar front fence

Outdoor stone burn pit area

Large outdoor metal fire pit

Metal Roofs on all Buildings

Hundreds of Oak Trees, Black Persimmon, Lacy Oak, Agarita, Mountain Laurels,


Small storage shed

Large storage building

Two (2) full-sized RR shipping containers

Additional Outbuildings Small Storage Shed (2) full-sized RR car containers for secure storage/or conversion Large Storage shed – electric Pole installed/city water access if you wish to convert shed or RR cars
Meridian Mountain
There are a number of legends concerning lost or abandoned mines and buried treasure in the Real County area. Some evidence indicates that a smelter once operated at the San Lorenzo Mission, and John Bell Hood, who prior to the Civil War commanded the military outpost at Camp Wood, reported signs of silver extraction (presumably by Spaniards), at the “Pepper Mine,” a shaft to the south of Meridian Mountain in the western part of the county.

Source = Texas State Historical Association at →
Nearby Places
Garner State Park, Frio Pecan Farms, Bent Rim Grill, Mama Chloes's, Frio Feed & Supply, Dora's Nursery, Leakey Mercantile
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