Tierra Linda Ranch is literally on the border of Gilespie and Kerr County but most homes carry a Kerrville address. The county line runs right through the ranch. The closest town in Kerrville, about 8 miles or 15 minutes south. Harper is about 14 miles north and Fredericksburg is about 30 miles northeast. San Antonio is 70 miles or a little over an hour away and is the closest major metropolitan city to the ranch.« Continue »
Tierra Linda Ranch is a very beautiful place to call home but we are pretty picky about our wildlife management. The intent of the homeowners association for Tierra Linda Ranch is to preserve and maintain the atmosphere, beauty, natural resources, and inhabitants of our area. All of these need to work within the concept of a “working ranch” and for this reason, the Board of Directors manages wildlife, exotics, and cattle to keep in compliance with the association’s covenants and restrictions.
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Common question about Tierra Linda Ranch properties:
Can I use my property for commercial use?
According to the bylaws set forth for Tierra Linda Ranch, no property may be used for commercial purposes. “None of said lots, or the improvements erected thereon, shall be used for any purpose other than a private single-family residence with the usual and customary accessory building such as, but not limited to, garage, guest cottage and servants quarters. No lot, or the improvements thereon, shall be used for any commercial purpose, except that nothing herein shall be construed to prevent an owner from rendering professional services of a purely personal nature as long as such services do not attribute to the lot any appearance of a commercial or non-residential use.”« Continue »