Imagine yourself sipping that first cup of just-the-way-you-like-it coffee as the sun, rising in the east, bathes the majestic limestone cliffs towering above the quiet, still Llano River with shades of honey and gold. You will come to understand how this confluence of river and creek came by its name.
At Honey Creek Ranch you may even be blessed by the sight of whitetail deer, turkey and other wildlife as they slip down for their first drink of the day, then disappear into the brush never acknowledging you are there. Sharing this quiet serenity with family, friends and colleagues will bring refreshment and peace to body and soul.
Plan your next company meeting, host your long awaited family reunion or book your next fly fishing outing here at Honey Creek Ranch.
Take time to be with family and friends by the river or simply enjoy good conversation and games under the beautiful oak tree filled yard.
Established in 1851 as Ft. Mason a by the US Army, Mason has tons of history which you can explore through the three museums and historic Seaquist House. If you prefer nature, explore the Eckert James River Bat Cave or drive one of several spring wildflower loops. And obviously there’s the Mason Town Square – voted one of the top 5 most beautiful Texas town squares by Texas Monthly – you’ll find wonderful restaurants, charming shops, wine bars and art galleries. In the evening catch a movie or concert at the Odeon Theater.
Llano offers two shopping areas to explore, both north of the river and the beautiful town square with boutiques, restaurants, bakeries & antique shops. If your taste buds lead you, check out the world famous BBQ at Cooper’s on Highway 29.
The massive pink granite dome rising above Central Texas has drawn people for thousands of years. But there’s more at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area than just the dome. The scenery, rock formations and legends are magical, too!
Just 50 miles away, Fredericksburg has got it all with 150+ retail businesses. Shopping offers chic modern home décor, an assortment of stylish men’s and women’s fashion, antiques, wine, inspiring art galleries and so much more..
With over 30 vineyards and wineries in the Hill Country around Fredericksburg, it has the second largest tourism in the nation. Like the wildflowers, award-winning wineries have taken root along Highway 290 offering wine tours, tastings and events galore.
“So You’re Ready to Buy some Hill Country Property?”
Ryan Jordan’s knowledge of the Greater Texas Hill Country comes first hand. He is a rancher by heart and an avid outdoorsman. His real estate expertise is on-target. His professional relationships within the ranching, land investment arena, farming and outdoor community are strong and vital in helping his clients pinpoint the exact property that fits their precise needs.