Dilley Hunting Ranch

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 by Lewis Lem

Acres: 563.02 +/-

Description: Great little hunting ranch surrounded by large neighbors. This South Texas hunting ranch is well situated to I35 and an easy quick drive from Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and Houston. It is a hunters paradise with large healthy deer, turkey, hogs, and birds.

Ranch Improvements: There are several electric poles around the ranch, water well, large earthen tank, good fencing,

Water: One good Carrizo water well with electric pump operated by the oil company. There is also a sizable earthen tank supplied by the well and the seasonal Cibolo Creek as well.

Fencing / Roads: Game proof fencing along south boundary with remaining boundaries having typical 5-strand barbed wire fencing in new to fair condition. Ranch roads are in fair to poor condition beyond the oil and gas roads.

Utilities: Several electric poles are nicely placed throughout the ranch with AEP Electric.

Wildlife: An Abundance of native wildlife such as large whitetail deer, turkey, and hogs roam the entire ranch. There are also many different types of birds around the ranch including many birds of prey such as hawks and the beautiful Caracara.

Access: Good access from two different gravel/dirt county roads – Northwest side of CR 4885 and Southwest side of CR 4670.

Elevation: The property is generally undulating with the seasonal Cibolo Creek bisecting the property in its central portion. There is very little elevation change – 590 ft. to 615 ft.

Vegetation: The ranch has vegetation and tree cover that is typical for the area such as, mesquite, guajillo, black brush, white brush, and prickly pear, and native grass. Approximately 10% of the property is cleared with an oilfield pad. There are also several Senderos cleared for hunting.

Minerals: Unknown – seller believes none are owned.

Taxes: Taxes for 2018 were$1,430.00. 1-D-1 Open Space Valuation is in place under agriculture.

Location: Approximately 13 miles west of Dilley, Texas on the SW corner of CR 4885 & CR 4670

Environmental Issues: There is an old oil spill in the northwest corner of the property. Seller is currently working with several entities to evaluate the impact to the property and outline potential remedies.

Encumbrance/Easements: The property has a surface lease and is understood to have a natural gas transmission line located along its south boundary as well as a natural gas gathering line near the main entry from CR 4885 easement servicing the oilfield pad in the central portion of the ranch.

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459 Pinedale

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 by Jeff Markham

This custom home on 6 acres is one of the most photogenic properties on the market today. Everything has been thoughtfully designed and reflects the perfect peace and tranquility of exceptional country living. Its classic, yet trend-conscious, combining colors & features that satisfy every taste. The kitchen & its island are enhanced with quartz countertops, & it all opens to the living room, creating the most inviting atmosphere, centering in on the stone fireplace, contrasting beautifully w/the wood tile flooring. Built with storage in mind, there is zero wasted space in this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath floor plan. The utility room has extra hookups for washer/dryer, & an enormous storage closeta rare find. Outdoors, the property is wooded, w/a cleared back yard for entertaining. This place is impressive, & youll want to move in right away. Its just that good.

18 acres in Liberty County, Texas

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 by Davidson Charles

Nice property with open pasture and hay field with plenty of woods. Great access off of paved road CR2169. Great homesite for building your home in the country. Electricity runs down the side of property.
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9.99 acres in Medina County, Texas

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 by Galm Harold

Awesome and unique property this 9.99 acres is AG-exempt and has a pretty 1.2 acre lake/reservoir stocked with big bass and catfish. A nice concrete fishing pier and cute 575 sq. ft. 1BR 1Bth cabin overlooking the lake. There is an Edwards irrigation well which was originally permitted to pump 1,200 gallons per minute plus a domestic Edwards well. Majority of the acreage is coastal Bermuda field. Plenty of room to build your new home if so desired.

Hunters 82

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 by Bacon Michael

Ag exempt 82 acres parceled out of a larger ranch. Perimeter is well fenced for both cattle and goats, which are currently grazing the ranch. Large Oaks are plentiful and there is also enough cedar, mesquite and persimmons to lend refuge to the wildlife. Numerous riding and driving trails meander throughout the property. This makes for a good time getting around horseback or on ATVs. Hunting is great in this area. You have Dove, Deer, Blackbuck, Turkey and a variety of Varmints. Slow 90 ft elevation change to the west allows for several flat plateaus where the views, sunrises and sunsets are spectacular. There are several hunting blinds and feeders. Some will convey to buyer. There is a small stock pond that holds most of the year, but could easily be improved to impound and hold more water. Electricity and internet are available. There are good wells in the area. Less than 20 min. to Mason. Known for topaz hunting, kayaking river trips, bat watching, theatre, restaurants and shopping. 15 min. to the famous London Hall for live music.
Possible owner finance.

Call licensed Texas Realtor Brad Wilcox 512-461-7042.

Stanley – Peyton Creek Ranch

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 by Lindsey A. Thompson

Matagorda County 767 Acre rice farm with Colorado Basin Water rights included in the sale. Located in the heart of Matagorda County, this show place has several miles of frontage of Peyton Creek, excellent bottom land habitat for trophy deer and a large DU project for duct hunting. It also features a large fresh water lake for bass fishing. Massive Live Oak tres provide the perfect setting for 2 homes on the ranch.

28+ Unrestricted Acres w/ Development Potential.

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 by Honeycutt, ALC Don

28+/- unrestricted acres with mobile home in Liberty Hill, Williamson County. Currently an ag exempt property maintained by a cow/calf operation. Due to the location, the property is prime for development and is also perfectly suited for your dream ranch home. The topo is gently sloping with a good combo of tree cover and open pasture. There’s one water meter from Georgetown water and there’s several meter drops from PEC power. Mobile home and all out buildings convey with property. In Liberty Hill ISD.

Cottonwood Ranch

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 by Hortenstine Blake

General Description: This 160 +/- acre ranch is located between Crowell and Vernon, Texas near the town of Thalia. Mature fifty to sixty ft tall Cottonwood trees cover this beautiful Foard County ranch. Excellent native grasses have been established in three (3) CRP areas giving this ranch lush open fields intertwined with nice pockets of thick cover. There is an excellent internal road system throughout the property allowing access to all four corners.

Directions: From Vernon, Texas travel south on Hwy 70. Travel approximately 15.5 miles passing through Lockett, Texas to CR 293. Turn right (North) on CR 293 and travel .8 miles to CR 290. The southwest corner of the ranch is at this intersection of CR 293 and CR 290. Turn left on CR 290 and travel approximately .5 miles. The entrance gate will be on the right. The ranch is approximately 2 hours and 45 mins to 3 hours from the Dallas/Ft. Worth metropolitan area.

Terrain: Mostly flat with a nice sandy loam soil base throughout. The ranches perimeter has a four (4) foot high sandy berm covered partially in vegetation. This berm gives the ranch a nice “privacy fence” or feeling of seclusion when inside the property. In the southwest corner of the property is an old homesite from the early 1900s. The home belonged to a local school teacher that taught children in the local one room country school house. Most of the old house is gone but the homes fireplace is still standing strong.

Habitat: Extremely large cottonwood trees dominate the majority of wooded areas inside this ranch. However, there is a nice smaller mix of pecan and hackberry trees with a small amount of mesquite and cedar sprinkled around. There are large thickets of wild plum bushes and sand sagebrush also scattered around the ranch for excellent wildlife browse. The wild plum bushes produce thick bunches of plums in the late summer and fall. Native grasses include plains bluestem, little blue stem, Indian grass, sand lovegrass, and a variety of other grasses common to the area.

Wildlife/ Hunting: Quail are prevalent is this area along with Whitetail deer, Turkey, dove, feral hogs, and varmints such as coyotes and bobcats. The quail hunting should be excellent with a quality wildlife habitat and a good supply of food.

CRP: There are 100.3 acres currently in CRP 10016 plan. The program is located in three (3) separate areas around the ranch. The program must be continued by any future owner. The program is scheduled to end in 2021 and brings in a payment of $3,309 annually.

Leases: There are no hunting or cattle leases currently in place.

Fencing: The fencing is in good condition on the north side of the ranch. There is currently no existing fence line on the south and east side with only partial fencing on the western side. However, there is a large sand berm on the eastern, southern and western side of the ranch which serves as a natural fence line.

Underground Water: Underground water is very prevalent in the area. Many of the near-by houses are on water wells for home use and irrigation pivots can been seen on multiple surrounding ranches.

Electricity: Southwest Rural Electric provides electricity to the area and is located along the west side of the ranch on CR 293 and on the south side along CR 290.

Minerals: No minerals are owned.

Legal Description: 160+/- acres in Abstract 306 Block 8 Section 33 H&TC RR.

Taxes: This property is agriculturally exempt. 2018 property taxes were $748.56.

Price: $1250 per acre ($200,000)


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Tuscan Luxury Estate w/ Stunning Build-Out & Expansive Outdoor Living

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 by Dave Murray

This 4,848sf, 4BR/3.5BTH Tuscan style single-level luxury residence sits in the middle of the superbly located 20.43-acre Hill Country estate, just 45 minutes to Downtown Austin and Downtown San Antonio, and only 10 minutes to San Marcos or Wimberley Square.

Free-range Texas Longhorns and cattle welcome you on site, as they roam the Ag. Exempt property. The beautiful landscaping is serene and exceptionally lush throughout–designed to focus around an amazing 350-year old “mother oak tree” with surrounding mature oaks. The back of the ranch is huge, private and secluded, with no visibility to neighbors and has 1.25 acres of perimeter fencing with 4 access gates around the house. The main iron gated security entrance opens to a 1,000ft paved cement driveway which leads to the homes welcoming area and motor court. There is an attached, oversized 2 car main garage with storage, as well as a separate 2-story 3-car garage & shop with a partially finished 500sf Casita above it–which can be converted into another bedroomand is connected by a Tuscan arch.

The house was designed by Design Vision of Austin, and built by Seven Homes of Austin in 2014. It is stunningly sophisticated, featuring incredible attention to detail everywhere you look, energy-efficient design and expansive outdoor living. Stepping through the iron and glass front double doors leads into the homes interior, featuring custom hardwood flooring, vaulted ceilings, Polk surround sound, foam insulation and a central vacuum system throughout. The interior is one showcase after another, beginning with an enormous gourmet kitchen featuring oversized exotic granite islands with raised bar seating, double ovens, SubZero, Wolf, Miele, and KitchenAid appliances and a separate prep-kitchen with appliances and tons of storage. The fully sound-insulated Home Theater room with pro-audio tech, wet bar and fridge promise the movie nights will always be memorable, and the absolutely breathtaking custom 900-bottle Wine Room will leave any wine enthusiast speechless. Accessed through an ornate 10 insulated metal door with inset glass panels, this room features its own WhisperKOOL 4000 chiller system with closed-foam insulation in the walls and ceiling.

The master bedroom is everything youd expect from this house and more, with a master bath that is a showcase unto itself, featuring a luxurious walk-in rainfall shower, oversized air-jet bubbler tub, double sinks, his/her toilets and bidet, his/her separate closets, and laundry room, and all guest suites include en-suite bathrooms and large walk-in closets. The residence also includes a fitness room (which can also be converted into another bedroom), a private office with built-in desks, a huge cast-stone fireplace in the master living room, and the 3 AC units ensure the interior is always at the ideal temperature, while the (2) 50-gallon timed water heaters guarantee the hot water never runs out.

The outside pool and patio area is equally as stunning. This area overlooks the back of the ranch and has multiple access points from the home, including from the Master Bedrooms private porch which takes you all the way around out back to it, as well as from the attached guest bedroom and bath. The 26,000-gallon in-ground fresh water Infinity Edge pool is simply awesome, and has 3 HVAC heat pump systems for integrated heating & cooling. The surrounding patio/entertainment area has a weatherproof 6-speaker Polk sound system, outdoor TV, shower, and features an under-eve kitchen & BBQ area complete with an Alfresco 36 gas BBQ, sink, fridge, storage, & space for Big Green Egg. There is also an outdoor, gas-fed, wood burning masonry patio fireplace, and separate masonry outdoor wood burning fire pit, along with ample room for entertaining.

Additionally, the estate includes; a 52,000-gallon rainwater collection system, a 1,000-gallon in-ground propane tank, complete yard irrigation with 14-zone sprinkler and drip systems, 5-tank aerobic septic system with field sprayers, underground power lines, a 20 AV generator, and exterior security cameras & alarmed security system.

The 1,500-acre developed community is comprised of 20 to 40-acre estate lots, and more information about it can be found online at bridlewoodranches.org

70 Acres | Hwy 326

Posted on: September 10th, 2019 by Flack Andy

Untouched, raw property with a mix of pine and hardwood trees. Sloping terrain to Cypress Creek attracts wildlife and provides natural drainage. Wonderful property for a home-site or recreation! Close to Kountze, TX with future development upside. SH 326 frontage for easy access. The possibilities are endless!