TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

SBK Ranch

Posted on: August 19th, 2018 by Brady Anders

OVERVIEW, LOCATION, & ACCESS
SBK Ranch lies in the scenic terrain of northeastern Gillespie County. Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is an easy 20-minute drive from the property. This tract is a 1-hour & 30-minute drive from both Austin and San Antonio. The property sits within Willow City Ranch, which is a gated subdivision with light restrictions. Hunting is allowed and the HOA annual dues are approximately $280. Access to the property is provided by a well-maintained granite gravel road.
WATER
Knott Branch Creek
Knott Branch creek runs for approximately 1,600 through the property. Although this is a seasonal creek, the neighboring landowner to the SW has constructed a 1.00 ac pond downstream which provides some evidence that pond construction on the property is viable.
Water Well
There is a capped water well on the property located near the entrance along WC Ranch Rd. The well was drilled in November of 1997 and has a yield of 10 GPM. Note, a water pipeline would need to installed to run water to the main portion of the property or a new well could be drilled. There is adequate groundwater in the local area (see enclosed Groundwater Map).
Land & Wildlife
The tree cover on the property is outstanding with a mix of Post Oak, Cedar Elm, Mesquite, and scattered Live Oak.
With deep, loamy soils throughout the property and a miniscule amount of rock, numerous natural openings would be ideal for the addition of seasonal food plots for the deer herd and other wildlife.
White-tailed deer and Rio Grande turkey are abundant and Axis deer are known to pass through the property. If you are a bowhunter, it would be difficult to find a better small acreage tract that has the ingredient trees and soils to create your own personal hunting honey hole.
The terrain on the property is slowly undulating and the elevation ranges from a low of 1,820 along the southern portion of the tract to 1,860 in the middle and northern portions.
Power, Fencing, & Roads
Power provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC) has been extended along the eastern boundary of the property. There are no unsightly power lines running through the middle of the tract. There are no roads or trails through the property providing an opportunity for the new owner to create a trail system to their liking. The property is fenced along the western and northern boundaries and is in good condition.
SUMMARY
This property is an idyllic small acreage tract in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. With beautiful tree cover, deep loamy soils, and abundant wildlife, this is the kind of property that is optimally suited for a new owner to construct a cabin or house to enjoy the property as a weekend hunting retreat or a full-time residence.

20.19 acres in Franklin County, Texas

Posted on: August 18th, 2018 by Martin Janet

Beautiful acreage to build a home or graze cattle or horses. Grassy, rolling pastures with scattered trees, one new (red) barn, 2 ponds–one is about 2 acres and about 18-feet deep, stocked for fishing with a covered pier.

950 Flordia

Posted on: August 18th, 2018 by Roy Raney

This custom built home has granite kitchen counters which sits in a large open Kitchen/living/dining area
the Home is 8years old,Landscaping backyard with covered patio. surround sound system 2 car garage.a sprinkler system

Exotic Hunting Ranch and Lodging

Posted on: August 18th, 2018 by Michael Waite

The Old No.6 Ranch includes a magnificent herd of several hundred head of exotic animals, including Axis, Fallow, Sika, Mouflan, Scimitar-Horned Orix, Blackbuck, Aoudad and Barasingha. All indigenous whitetail have been removed and the ranch is stocked with genetic whitetail deer whose sires reached 200 inches at 3 years old.

The land is full of red, live and white oaks and has been cleared of cedar and mesquite and includes a beautiful wet-weather creek and stock tank as well as two water wells. Fully high fenced, this ranch is ideal for hosting corporate hunts and and large family gatherings. It is located 22 miles West of Menard, 1 mile off Highway 190 in Fort McKavett.

Infrastructure includes:
A lovely 2/2 main home of 2200 sq ft and a fenced yard with beautiful landscaping.

A one bedroom bunk house with full bath

A large metal barn with two storage rooms/workshops

A metal pole barn/4 car-carport on concrete slab

Giant Greenhouse with irrigation and heat

A walk-in game cooler with hanging hooks large enough to store 8-10 animals

A game processing room

You will not find a exotic hill country ranch which includes this many amenities and gold medal animals for anywhere near this price. A perfect get away ranch with many possibilities whether it be a hunting facility, an exotic breeding ranch, a personal recreational ranch or corporate retreat.

Nice Elevation changes

Oil Wells with a percentage of mineral rights/portion of royalties

Also found on the ranch are quail, turkey and a large populations of dove

Hogs and predators have been removed at present

Chicken coop

Dog kennel

Living room fireplace

Fire pit and patio for relaxing after a busy day

Capture, sorting and loading pens

Negotiable items:
4 protein feeders,
6 corn feeders,
Road Maintainer,
General furnishings

Additional 400 acres available with Lodge, two additional wells and a 1 acre tank. 702 acres is $2,500,000

65.32 acres in Bexar County, Texas

Posted on: August 18th, 2018 by Galm Harold

This property has 3,426 +/- feet of road frontage on Loop 1604 in a high traffic area. 1005 minerals owned by seller and 50% to convey. Buyers are able to do partial purchases at negotiated prices.

Hill Country Views!

Posted on: August 18th, 2018 by Jan Hutchison

5.4 acres with distinctive 1 room cabin is now available in the sought-after area of Roaring Springs! There is no other cabin like this with the parapet roof, sleek slope to the porch roof, custom tile in the bathroom that includes stones that were found on this property, and artistic flare. The large picture windows look out over the canyon covered in pinon pine, agarita, mountain laurel, and native oak trees. Or sit in the shade of the picnic area and enjoy nature! Take a short drive down to the 100 acre owners park and listen to flowing of the spring fed creeks, fish or canoe in the lake, or take a dive into the swimming hole. Cabin includes a kitchenette and full bath, rain catchment system, and above ground septic. Classic 1964 Streamline camper is included as well as a storage building and utility trailer. ** All Photos of water are of Owners Park**

Bull Creek Ranch

Posted on: August 17th, 2018 by SIMPSON ANTHONY

Bull Creek Ranch is all about the quail! With extensive brushwork for excellent habitat, modest improvements, surface water, rural water, paved frontage and 25% of the minerals you can't go wrong with this one!

LOCATION: Located in southwestern Fisher County about 4 miles south of the Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch and 15 miles northwest of Sweetwater. There is paved frontage on FM 1606 to the South and County Road 445 frontage to the West.

IMPROVEMENTS: Improvements are modest. These include a 30×30 three-sided metal building for equipment storage which is located next to a small covered pavilion with a bathroom and a 1500 gallon water storage tank. Electric is provided to both the barn and the pavilion. Fencing on the East, North and majority of the South border of the ranch are in very good condition. The remainder of the fencing is fair to poor.

WATER: The terrain is typical rolling plains. Excellent species of grass along with moderate mesquite cover mixed in with other brush and cacti combine to provide very good cover and the ideal quail habitat. Bull Creek traverses from west to east through the ranch and also provides great habitat for the wildlife.

WILDLIFE: While the main focus of this ranch is bobwhite quail, there are also fair numbers of white- tailed deer, turkey and wild pigs.

MINERALS: 25% of minerals
50% of wind rights with 100% leasing rights

SUMMARY: This is a tremendous property for the avid quail hunter! The current owner says the hunting last year was excellent, sometimes flushing 30 coveys in a full days hunt. If you love quail and want to build your own ranch then this is a must see! Call Anthony for more information or to set up a showing. 210-854-6365

Archer County Ranch Land

Posted on: August 17th, 2018 by Byars Beau

Very nice 106 +/- acres in northern Archer County, located between Windthorst and Archer City on the paved FM 2581. All utilities are available at the road, including electricity, city water and fiber optic internet. It's within a half hour drive to Wichita Falls and is in the Windthorst ISD.

This ranch has approximately 35 acres of improved coastal pasture on the north end and 71 acres of native pasture on the south. The perimeter is fenced, and there's one cross fence between the two pastures (owner is going to build a new fence along the native pastures east side). The land has been used for coastal hay in the north pasture and grazing in the south.

This land is a nice building location or could be used for a small cattle operation. It will qualify for 100% FSA land financing too (call agent for details).

LIST PRICE: $2,450/acre

For more information, contact agent Beau Byars at cell phone (940) 224-3183.

*You will see wind turbines in the pictures, but there are none on this property. The neighbors to the west and south have turbines on them.

Paisley Farms

Posted on: August 17th, 2018 by Jack Lipscomb

HOME BUSINESS!!! All natural, Non GMO, No Hormones, No Antibiotics!!! I just described Paisley Farms. They are passionate about what they do and what we eat. This Farm is 26+ acres with a 2BR, 2BA farmhouse. They have over 900 layer chickens, 750 meat birds, and yearling calves. The farmhouse is all electric, SS appliances, tankless water heater, has been recently painted, and had a new roof installed. The greenhouse, the livestock, the layer house, meat bird houses, and all the equipment to maintain this successful business is included in the sale. There are too many items to list. Everything you need is included to start your farm. Please call for a list of items and to see this great operation in action!!

North Fannin County Land

Posted on: August 17th, 2018 by Jack Lipscomb

MAKE 2,000 ACRES OF U.S. FORESTRY LAND YOUR NORTHERN BOUNDARY! Beautiful partially wooded 36 + or -acres to be surveyed out of larger tract bordering the U.S. forestry land, Lake Fannin and close to several other lakes for wonderful fishing and recreational activities. Lots of wildlife and good hunting for deer, hogs and turkey. Fenced, creeks and good pastures. All this in Northern Fannin County and still located only about an hour from McKinney, TX. SOP More acreage could be available.