Johnna Blackburn, REALTOR®
CENTURY 21 The Hills Realty
302-B G Street
Kerrville, TX 78028
Broker License #9001362
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Kerrville TX Real Estate and Hill Country Ranches
As a specialist in Kerrville real estate and Hill Country ranches, I represent both buyers and sellers. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast, a hunter, an investor, or a cattle rancher, you will find listings for fantastic Kerrville and Hill Country real estate here on my website. Or, if you're looking for a new home in Kerr, Kimble, Edwards, Crockett or Sutton Counties, I can help you there as well. Since I live in Junction, TX, please call me if you're looking for real estate or ranches in that area. I can show you any property for sale in all areas. Search the MLS.
If you don't see what you're looking for, contact me and let me find you the ranch, land or home that you're looking for via my extensive network. My contacts all over Texas provide the means for me to work with you to find you the investment or home anywhere in the Hill Country region of Central Texas.
Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have regarding real estate in Kerrville, TX, or any type of property in the Junction, TX or Hill Country areas. I will assist you quickly and professionally. My goal is to facilitate every aspect of your real estate, ranch, farm, or land transaction for the most satisfactory outcome possible. I look forward to having an opportunity to work with you!
The Texas Hill Country is a term applied to an area of Central Texas that features rugged hills consisting of thin layers of topsoil covering either granite or limestone. The Hill Country extends into parts of two major cities in Central Texas, San Antonio's north suburbs and ending just west of downtown Austin.
Recreational opportunities are abundant in the Hill Country. With our many lakes, rivers and streams, there is never a shortage of swimming, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and boating.
Texas is home to many avid hunters, and this is especially true in the Texas Hill Country. The first exotic big game animals were brought into Texas from other countries around 1930 and were released on South Texas ranches. By the 1950's, hunter demand had created a huge market for them. Now, there are fifty one species of exotic animals in Texas. The most common are fallow deer, sika, axis, wild Corsican, blackbuck antelope, aoudad, and Mouflon sheep.
The 25 counties located in the Texas Hill Country are:
- San Saba
- Val Verde