1143 Sisterdale Road, Sisterdale, Texas, 78006
Truly a once in a lifetime opportunity! Most Texans from Amarillo to Houston and everywhere in between have heard of Sisterdale Texas, yet there have been no real opportunities to capitalize on its widespread popularity... UNTIL NOW!!! This incredible opportunity is situated on the NE corner of FM 1376 and FM 473 (to Kendalia). A mostly blank canvas that lends itself to becoming a premier winery/vineyard, distillery, amphitheater, small community of shops, restaurants, wedding venue, etc. Rolling grass pastures with a breathtaking backdrop of Cypress trees towering over East Sister Creek. The 1,357+/- feet of frontage along the creek forms the Eastern Boundary. There is a metal building, old house with tons of character that was once the Sisterdale General Store and a few original barns/outbuildings. All of these structures are surrounded by beautiful old century oaks. A productive well is already in place that produces approx. 20+ gpm.
Water Supply: 198' deep well producing 20+ GPM.
Surface water: West side of East Sister Creek which is lined with an incredible amount of Towering Cypress Trees. With the consistent health of the Cypress trees, we believe there could be ample sub-terranean water flowing in the creek even when the creek bed appears to be dry.
The current owner completed a cut and fill project which reclaimed a large amount of land out of the flood plain. Engineering docs for this project are on file. The rolling fields on the west side of the creek are currently used for hay production and are in excellent condition.
Significant visible frontage FM 1376.
2,500± sqft metal building that was once used as an art studio (west side of property)
1,176± sqft general store
Various old barns with lots of character.
Best suited uses:
Vineyard, winery, distillery, ampitheater, wedding venue, vacation rentals, Estate Home Site, shops, etc.
This property is right in the middle Sisterdale. Just beyond the intersection of FM 473 on the right.
*** All creeks and rivers in Texas are subject to fluctuating levels of flow and can go underground or even become dry at times based on rainfall and other conditions. We make no representation as to the permanency of this creek as it exists today or at the time of your visits.