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Welcome to Settlers Ridge

The 150 acre 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 acres each or can be combined to create the larger spaces for the homestead of your dreams. Most of the land features both wide open spaces and mature trees. 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.

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, boutique shopping, antique stores and beautiful vineyards.

Come settle in and settle down at Settler’s Ridge, where you’re always welcome and always invited.

Sincerely,
Tom Noble
Developer

Settlers Ridge From Above

If you're looking to get a feel for Settlers Ridge but haven't had a chance to drop by, hopefully this video can answer a few of your questions. This video gives you an excellent sense of our rolling topography, clusters of mature live oaks, charming stock tanks and the handful of lovely houses already built. Whether you're interested in a hill top property or something nestled next to an old oak on one of our meadow lots, this video will help you better envision your dream.

Settler’s Ridge by the Numbers

Total Development Acres
150
Unique Home Sites
30
Gallons Instantly Available
10000
Year Established
2010

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Individual Lots


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(S)Lot 1 = 5.59 acres
Lot 2 = 6.19 acres
Lot 3 = 5.71 acres
Lot 4 = 4.51 acres
Lot 5 = 4.13 acres
Lot 6 = 3.85 acres
(S)Lot 7 = 4.52 acres
(S)Lot 8 = 4.79 acres
Lot 9 = 4.31 acres
Lot 10 = 4.08 acres
(S)Lot 11 = 7.07 acres
Lot 12 = 6.69 acres
Lot 13 = 5.59 acres
Lot 14 = 3.97 acres
Lot 15 = 5.48 acres
Lot 16 = 4.71 acres
Lot 17 = 5.41 acres
(S)Lot 18 = 4.95 acres
Lot 19 = 4.98 acres
(S)Lot 20 = 4.1 acres
Lot 21 = 4.76 acres
Lot A = 3.82 acres
(S)Lot B = 3.82 acres
Lot C = 4.96 acres
Lot D = 3.98 acres
Lot E = 4.81 acres
Lot F = 7.72 acres
Lot G = 5.27 acres
Lot H = 6.65 acres
(S)Lot I = 4.33 acres
(S) = SOLD

 

The Settlers Ridge Team

Rolling Meadow Lots

Four properties at the heart of Settlers Ridge combine to make 19.75 acres of beautiful grass, oak trees & stock tank.


North Ridge Lots

Three properties, totalling 12.21 acres, slope down from the ridge give both dramatic views and offer flatter grassy areas.


Western View Lots

This 13.75 acre hill top combination offers long views of the James River bluffs and stunning sunsets.


Eastern View Lots

The Llano River basin unfolds to the east before this elevated yet private 19.64 acre group of properties.

Mason

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Settler’s Ridge is located a couple of miles from downtown Mason, a historic German town settled in the 1800’s below Fort Mason. Within minutes you can shop at the local grocer, check your mail at the post office and eat at hometown restaurants where the staff knows your name and your favorite meal. Mason is home to over a dozen vineyards and an award-winning boutique winery, Sandstone Cellars. The Mason community comes together for charitable events like Habitat for Humanity and Bluebonnet CASA as well as cultural events such as the Round-Up, Mason Arts Festivals and Old Yeller Days.

Fredericksburg

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Just 40 minutes south of Mason, you can find yourself amongst the historic German town of Fredericksburg, where you can enjoy walking the streets lined with over 150 shops. Not only is Fredericksburg the second-largest wine destination in the nation, but it also offers restaurants with diverse cuisine complemented with award-winning Texas wines. There’s always something fun for the family in Fredericksburg with events like the Fourth of July Chili Cook-Off, Oktoberfest and Concerts in the Park.

Llano

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The neighboring town of Llano is just 35 miles to the east, with a recently restored sandstone courthouse and the beautiful Llano River coursing through the heart of town. You can’t miss the infamous Cooper’s Pit Bar-b-que on your way to stroll around the town square with dozens of unique shops. Llano's calendar is packed with events throughout the spring and fall with the The Llano Crawfish Festival, Bluebell and Bluegrass Festival and Llano Earth Art Fest which are great events that can be experienced by the whole family.
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Water Systems

Settlers Ridge is built atop both the massive Hickory Aquifer and the granite formation of the Llano uplift. Without both of these natural wonders we would have no Texas hill country. New land owners at Settlers Ridge will have two available water system options. First, a owner can have the developer drill a private well (prior to closing) on their land at the developer's expense. Second, an owner may elect to join the development's in place Water Utility System with its 150gpm well, and 10,000 gallon storage tanks with dual municipal pumps. With either option the water will flow freely at Settlers Ridge.

Odeon Concerts

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The Odeon Theater is the oldest continually operating movie theater in West Texas. Each month the Odeon Concert series features a musical performance as part of their efforts to raise funds to renovate the historic theater for performing arts, movies and live concerts. Events include artists such as Sam Baker, Marcia Ball, Joe Ely, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Jaston Williams of Greater Tuna and Kix Brooks of Brooks and Dunn.

Round-Up and Rodeo

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The Mason Round-Up Parade and Rodeo is a 50 year tradition enjoyed by all generations. This mid-summer destination includes a parade of local organizations, an arts and crafts festival, “The Great American Jackass Race”, rodeo queens court pageant and open rodeo at the Mason Rodeo Arena. Round-Up culminates with a dance under the Hill Country stars accompanied by music from talented Texas musicians.

Old Yeller Days

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This event celebrates the rich frontier heritage of Mason and its hometown author of Old Yeller, Mr. Fred Gipson. The courthouse lawn is filled with re-enactors, storytellers, authors and musicians as well as events like Old Yeller look-alike contests, dog and owner costume contests and a fun dog show and parade. The Odeon Theater even has viewings of the original movies Old Yeller and Savage Sam in conjunction with the occasion.