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Bosque Canyon Ranch is a property rich with history situated at the top of the Texas Hill Country and adjacent to the beautiful, but relatively undiscovered, shores and cliffs of Lake Whitney. Like Cross Pines Ranch, Bosque Canyon Ranch was designed as a private, shared-ownership ranch and club with just 48 Home sites scattered throughout nearly SIX Square Miles of Texas Hill Country. Bosque Canyon Ranch combines incredible natural beauty with first-class amenities to provide a truly unique and rewarding experience for its owners. Owners say that they can feel their stress levels dropping as they get closer to the ranch.
Conservation easements and protective covenants and restrictions ensure that the land will be protected for generations to come. However, being in the country does not mean roughing it.The Ranch’s first-class amenities, a Staffed Equestrian Center, Clubhouse and Pool and Professional Grade Gun Club are a great way to relax after a long week. The Owner’s home sites have been carefully selected to ensure privacy and preserve the integrity of the Ranch’s natural resources, as well as ownership in the Ranch’s vast common land and amenities.
From horseback rides and hikes on the Ranch’s trail system, to fishing on one of the lakes or ponds or shooting skeet at the Gun Club, to just reading a book on one of the clubhouses large screened porches or seeing a majestic white-tailed buck on a crisp winter morning, Bosque Canyon Ranch offers something for everyone. The Ranch also has Ranch Horses for the owners and their friends to ride at no expense.
Each Property Owner owns their 5 Acre home site, as well as 1/48th of the Entire Ranch. The Ranch is governed by the Bosque Canyon Ranch Association, a nonprofit entity that works closely with the North American Land Trust to monitor and protect the Ranch’s natural environment, administers the Bosque Canyon Ranch Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions to protect the Ranch environment.
Pictures don’t do the ranch justice, for more information or to schedule a tour with Jim Brosche at 817.233.5143.