8407 E FM 1431, Marble Falls, Texas, 78654
Wagenfuhr Place Legacy
Wagenfuhr Place is over a century old legacy property. It has served as the homestead for 5 generations of direct descendants of the Miller Sisters of Kentucky (1756). The remarkable story of the ancestry can be found in the 1975 book, “And Then There Were Three Thousand”. What was once a necessity for water sources, and high peaks to look out for the enemy is now a luxury.
117.633 Acres 8 miles east of Marble Falls, in Burnet County. 1-hour northwest of the ever-growing state capital, Austin.
Large enough to roam and small enough to easily manage. This is a diamond for its prime location and hunting.
Neighboring a wild game ranch and equestrian/game facility formerly owned by Coach Mack Brown. 1 mile west, provides a boat ramp to the most northern shore of Lake Travis on the Colorado River.
With multiple peaks for stunning views of Blanco, Burnet, Travis, and Llano county, it provides rolling hills, ravines, and pastures with native landscaping, flourishing Texas Wildflowers and a variety of oak trees for prime wildlife habitat. Turkey, Duck, Dove, Whitetail, and occasional exotics.
Currently of equestrian use, goats, and cattle rotated.
Adventurous days, tranquil nights!
Ideal for hunting, homestead, or vacation.