Incredible River Front Property/VRBO on the Llano River, TX

705 Scott Drive, Llano, Texas, 78643

* FOR SALE

$849,000

MLS: 42165-81674

1.221 Acres

836 SqFt

2 beds

1.0 baths

What You Should Know

  • Stunning Views

  • Incredible Location

  • River Front Property

  • Direct River Access

  • Texas Hill Country Gem

  • Successfull VRBO

  • Long Term VRBO Success

  • Over $100k in 4 years on VRBO

Why You'll Love It

Property Description

Welcome to your serene getaway nestled along the picturesque banks of the Llano River. This charming cabin offers a unique blend of tranquility and outdoor adventure, perfect for those seeking respite from city life. Enjoy stunning views and experience the magic of the Llano River from your cabin's windows and outdoor deck. Relax to the soothing sounds of flowing water and immerse yourself in nature's beauty. There are no shortage of activities such as fishing, kayaking, or simply lounging by the river. The property boasts direct one of a kind access to the riverbank for convenient water-based recreation. The cabin features a very comfortable interior to unwind in. Historic towns, vineyards, and natural landmarks are within driving distance, offering a taste of Hill Country culture and heritage. Whether you're seeking relaxation or adventure, this property promises an unforgettable escape from the ordinary. Property is currently being used as a very successful VRBO and well established

The Llano River

The Llano River is a picturesque waterway that winds through the heart of Texas Hill Country, offering a tranquil and scenic escape for nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers alike. Originating from springs in Edwards Plateau, this river meanders approximately 100 miles southwestward, passing through rugged terrain characterized by rolling hills, limestone cliffs, and oak-juniper woodlands.

One of the defining features of the Llano River is its spring-fed waters, which contribute to its clarity and cool temperatures year-round. The river's flow varies depending on rainfall and seasonal changes, with higher water levels typically seen during spring and early summer.

The Llano River's beauty lies in its diverse landscapes along its course. In its upper reaches, near the town of Junction, the river flows through rocky canyons and open pastures dotted with mesquite and cacti. As it continues downstream, the terrain transitions into more wooded areas with towering pecan trees lining the riverbanks.

The riverbed itself varies from shallow riffles to deeper pools, providing habitat for a variety of aquatic life, including bass, catfish, and sunfish. Anglers frequent the Llano River for its excellent fishing opportunities, particularly during cooler months when the fish are most active.

Wildlife thrives along the Llano River, attracting birdwatchers and nature lovers. Common sightings include great blue herons, kingfishers, and painted buntings. Along the riverbanks, you might also spot white-tailed deer, armadillos, and foxes.

For outdoor enthusiasts, the Llano River offers numerous recreational activities. Kayaking and canoeing are popular, especially during periods of higher flow when the river provides a thrilling ride through gentle rapids and chutes. Swimming holes are scattered along the river, inviting visitors to cool off in its refreshing waters on hot Texas days.

Camping and hiking opportunities abound near the Llano River, with several state parks and natural areas offering scenic campsites and trails. Garner State Park, located downstream, is a favorite destination for families and groups seeking a nature-filled getaway along the river.

The Llano River holds cultural significance as well, with a rich history dating back to early Native American settlements and later European exploration and settlement. The river and its surrounding landscapes have been a source of inspiration for artists, writers, and musicians over the years.

In summary, the Llano River is a cherished natural gem of Texas Hill Country, known for its stunning vistas, recreational offerings, and ecological diversity. Whether you're seeking adventure on the water, peaceful moments in nature, or a deeper connection to Texas' rich heritage, the Llano River invites exploration and appreciation.

 

 

 

 

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 705 Scott Drive
  • City: Llano
  • State: Texas
  • County: Llano

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