Located in Fredericksburg, Texas down the road from the iconic town of Luckenbach. This unique live water ranch is truly one-of-a-kind with historic structures, remarkable topography, improved pastures, beautiful creeks and ponds, and exotic wildlife. Ranches like this rarely become available. This highly-improved ranch includes 3 restored and rebuilt historic German homes (originally built in 1858 and 1874) plus a guest house, 6 ponds, hunters’ cabin, chip sealed roads, 3 creeks, 5 dams, 5 water wells, and a 60' x 40' barn. The ranch is completely fenced including some high fencing and has three entrance gates, 2 on 1376 and the main gate on Luckenbach Road. As the name implies this ranch has both sides of 3 separate creeks Hunter Creek and Grape Creek offer year-round water and the Hopf's creek is seasonal. The ranch has 5 strong water wells (30+ GPM each) and three of the ponds are spring fed and each is located on a natural gravity fed areas allowing each of these ponds to stay full year-round. The ranch pastures consist of approximately 180 acres of Costal Bermuda and 50 acres of Klein Grass and production and/or grazing on average the ranch produces approximately 1500 round bales annually.