SETTLERS RIDGE
MASON, TEXAS

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30 small acreage tracts with
only 20 left to choose from!

OFFERED FOR SALE: $56,000 and UP!

Be a part of a growing community!

The 150 acre HOA development of Settlers Ridge is located just south of historic Mason, near the heart of Texas just off Ranch Road 1723. Beautiful home sites range from three to seven plus acres each or can be combined to create the larger spaces for the homestead of your dreams. Most of the land features wide open spaces, grassy fields, several tanks, mature trees and stars at night. On the top of the ridge, we offer our most exclusive, premiere home sites that are heavily wooded and feature the most incredible, undisturbed views of the Llano River basin, neighboring ranches and country fields. 

Utilities are available as well as two watering systems (metered and/or well). There is an existing Utility Water System serving approximately 50% of the lots. Lots atop the hill or farther away from the water system are being sold subject to the developer drilling a successful water well, which is included in the lot price.

Mason is a special place with the classic Texas lifestyle; hometown of Old Yeller, site of Fort Mason (last Union post of Robert E. Lee), home of the largest topaz found in North America, and features the oldest operating cinema in west Texas. The crystal clear waters of the beautiful Llano River run just a few miles down the road from here for kayaking, swimming and picnicking afternoons. Historically a ranching community, the town now thrives on its authentic creativity with delicious restaurants, arts & craft festivals, its beautiful courthouse, blue ribbon schools, boutique shopping, antique stores, beautiful vineyards & tasting rooms, and Mason’s State winning Tennis program!

Most basic necessities such as groceries and medical clinic exist with major hospitals within reach. Fredericksburg, Tx is only a 30 minute drive south on Hwy 87 with Austin and San Antonio being approximately an hour and a half to two hours away.

Come settle in and settle down at Settler’s Ridge, where you’re always welcome and always invited. Make this your “Forever” home.

PARTIAL RESTRICTIONS LIST

The following is a non-binding simplified summary of the more substantial restrictions that apply to Settlers Ridge. All Buyers are bound to the actual recorded Restrictions filed with the County Clerk of Mason County:

· Residences – Single family dwellings only. A smaller secondary dwelling such as a guest house or servant quarters will be allowed. No retail or commercial businesses will be allowed in the Development.

· Residence Appearances and Limitations – Settler's Ridge is designed to reflect Texas Hill Country aesthetic in the overall look of its residences, garages, landscaping, fencing and any out-buildings. Construction needs to be completed over one year period. All new residences must have a minimum area of 1,500 square feet of indoor air conditioned space and must not be any larger than 4,000 square feet. All plans must be approved by the ACC.

· Combined Lots – Buyers interested in acquiring multiple contiguous lots will be able to have their build-back boundaries redefined by the ACC.

· Maintaining Appearances – RVs, boats, 4-wheelers, etc. must be stored in an ACC approved barn or garage. No temporary sheds, carports or tents. No window AC units, swamp coolers, or tinted windows. No TV or radio antennas. Satellite dishes are limited to two per Lot.

· Hunting and Firearms – In that Settlers Ridge is located in the Texas Hill-Country, there is an abundance of native wildlife. However, no hunting or discharge of firearms, compound bows, or crossbows is permitted.

· Animals – No more than three dogs and three cats per residence. If a dog isn't on Owner’s property, it will require being on a leash.

· Livestock - A property Owner may have a certain number of fenced-in horses, cows, goats, sheep or chickens - depending on the actual property size.

· Developer's Cattle – The Developer maintains a small herd of cattle with access to all available land. If you prefer not to have cattle on your property – you should allow for fencing.

· Property Owners Association - The annual POA Assessment Fee is billed in February and due in March of the current year.