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Welcome to Ranches at Sentinel Peak

We are excited to present Phase ll of the Ranches at Sentinel Peak, a Premiere Gated Hill Country Ranch Community! 16 tracts in Phase l sold fast and Phase ll is going just as quick! ~ there are 7 additional pristine home sites left ranging from approximately 16 - 36 acres. 3 tracts in Phase ll have already sold prior to going to market, give us a call to get your piece of the Hill Country today! 

This is one of those rare and precious gems in the Texas Hill Country that are becoming nearly impossible to find. Nestled in the Blanco River Valley near Wimberley, TX, and along the fabled scenic route known as the Devil’s Backbone, you will find twenty-six pristine home sites ranging from approximately 16 to 98 acres. The land is comprised of multiple hilltops affording stunning long-distance views as well as pastures, grottos, and creeks. The Ranches at Sentinel Peak is named for the Lone Oak, standing atop the highest peak at 1,250 feet. This majestic “sentinel” stands to watch over the 680-acre ranch and is the prominent landmark visible throughout the property. The community is mostly bordered by conservation land, while the entire northern side is a 500+ acre Blanco River Park owned by Hays County. This will preserve the beauty of the surrounding tracts for years to come.

Ranches at Sentinel Peak

Ranches at Sentinel Peak

5800 FM 32, Fisher, TX 78676

“The Land Is Comprised of Multiple Hilltops Affording Stunning Long-distance Views as Well as Pastures, Grottos, and Creeks.”

Mark and France Clausen

The Location

Conveniently located ~ Austin and San Antonio are each less than an hour away ~An H-E-B Grocery Store is 9 miles away ~ The nearest hospital is 19 miles away ~ Airports in Austin and San Antonio are both an hour away.

The Ranches

Ranch sites from 16 - 98 acres offering stunning views along the historic geological feature known as Devil's Backbone. 26 tracts offered with individual wildlife expemption in process. Offering paved roads and gated entry.

The Land

The true value of the Ranches at Sentinel Peak is in the land itself. The ranch tracts offer a multitude of varying topography from hill tops with expansive vistas, to open pastures with rich, dark soil, sprawling groves of oak trees and bubbling grottos with spring fed creeks.

The Sentinel Tree

The current guardian lone oak has stood atop the ranches highest point at 1,250 ft for 27 years. The ranches namesake sentinel tree is actually the 3rd tree to stand watch at this site. and grows out of a dome of solid stone.

Long-Distance Hill Country Views

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The Veritas Group has positioned itself for success as a valuable resource for buyers, sellers and investors who wish to work with agents who have vast experience in the ever-changing market.

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