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TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

103.88 Acres ~ Johnson City, Texas

Posted on: June 19th, 2019 by Myane Jerry

Nueces River Ranch

Posted on: June 19th, 2019 by Lewis Lem

PROPERTY NAME: Nueces River Ranch
COUNTY: Real
CITY: Camp Wood
ACRES: 197+/-

Description: Water. Lots of water. One of the nicest live water tracts in the area. The first thing you notice driving into this ranch is the amazing view of the hills set behind beautiful crystal clear Nueces River. Then venturing through towering pecan trees that flow into oak covered pasture this ranch will not fail to impress. Fertile soil for planting and wildlife abounds. The banks of the river and creek are high but also offer great access to water for recreational activities. The improvements are located well to provide a nice hunting retreat or family vacation destination. Pulliam creek frontage offers a very unique area to explore and recreate. Hunting will not disappoint with Whitetail, turkey and Axis deer in healthy numbers. All around great ranch for the size and price.

Ranch Improvements: There is an older style ranch house overlooking the river with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms as well as two separated 1bed/bath combos. Several outbuildings including a workshop, barn, equipment shed and livestock pens.

Water: One water well with electric pump located near house and barns.

Utilities: Bandera Electric, Hill Country Telephone

Wildlife: This ranch has an abundance of native wildlife as well as a very healthy herd of Axis Deer.

Access: This ranch is accessed via county maintained road but is also very private with few neighbors.

Elevation: Elevation changes little on this ranch averaging about 1,460 feet.

Vegetation: This property is predominately inhabited by oak trees, large native pecans, cedar, persimmon, agarita as well as the occasional mesquite and sycamore.

Minerals: Minerals are unknown. Any owned convey. No production and no leasing present.

Taxes: $4,518.21, 1-D-1 Open Space Valuation in place under Wildlife Management Plan.

Location: Approximately 2 miles North of Camp Wood, Approximately 85 miles Northwest of San Antonio and Approximately 140 miles Southwest of Austin.

NOTE: Texas law requires all real estate licensees to give the following Information About Brokerage Services:

All properties are shown by appointment only. Buyer’s Brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany client or customer on first showing to participate in compensation.

Rockin’ A

Posted on: June 19th, 2019 by Larry Jacobs

Delightful Paul Meyer Design custom home on 11 acres just north of historic Montgomery. 3,686 sf home, built in 2006, centers around a family living room with high wood beamed ceilings, lots of windows, and a stone fireplace. Island kitchen, open to the living room, has granite countertops, breakfast bar, pot filler, gas stove and walk-in pantry. Master suite with lighted coffered ceiling. Master bath offers twin vanities, jetted tub, separate shower, and walk-in closet with built-ins. Formal dining room and office flank a unique entryway with barrel-shaped wood ceiling and stone wall. Second downstairs bedroom with bath can serve as guest suite. Upstairs has two bedrooms, each with full bath, and a game room, as well as a large unfinished bonus room. Property is fenced and cross-fenced, slopes gently to the southwest, no flood plain. There is a small pond behind the house. Unrestricted, ag exemption in place for hay production. Home features custom cabinetry, travertine floors, double pane windows, three a/c units, and more. Montgomery ISD. Currently on well, but water system available along the road. Close to Lake Conroe and Sam Houston National Forest. Easy access to The Woodlands, Huntsville or Bryan/College Station.

Recreational and Timber Investment in Angelina County

Posted on: June 19th, 2019 by Joey Bellington

A nice residential/recreational property about 2 hours from Houston. This property is ready to go if you are looking for a place to build. Or can be a good getaway place for the recreational buyer looking for a retreat. Lots of fun to be had with some trails and roads criss-crossing the property and a small but nice pond. Owner will consider subdividing property into smaller parcels of (3) 16+/- acre lots to (2) 24+/- acre lots. All lots would have road frontage along FM 1818.

Land: 49 acres of land with road frontage along Farm to Market Road 1818. 95% of the propety is tree and brush covered with trails and roads criss-crossing the property. Good woods and cover for deer and wildlife. Property is surrounded by almost 2800 acres of Timber Company land to the North and East.

Improvements: Electricity & septic system

-Nice 49 acre recreational, residential, and timber investment tract
-Mostly Timber covered
-Small pond and creek are the water features on the property
-Electricity on the property
-Community water service (4-way water)
-Property currently has a residential trailer on the property but is not included in sale
-No minerals are avaliable with the property

The information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker or Seller. The Broker (Whitetail Properties) does not assume liability for typographical errors, misprints, nor for misinformation that may have been given us. All property is subject to change, withdrawal, or prior sale. Buyers’ agent must be identified on first contact with Broker and must accompany the buyer on showings to receive full fee participation. Otherwise, the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Whitetail Properties

Classic Southern East Texas recreational property

Posted on: June 19th, 2019 by Joey Bellington

Classic Southern East Texas recreational property. A combination of palmetto bottom and native pine timber with 40+/- percent of the property classified as wetlands, this parcel offers good deer hunting, exceptional hog hunting and lot of trails and roads for ATVs.

Soils maps indicate good potential for conversion to pasture for grazing and hay production.

Very light hunting pressure in the past with lots of both deer and hog sign.

Two water wells on the property, but may need work to be fully functional.

Electricity is available to the property.

A small area is set up for camping and a potential lodge site to house campers and hunters.

About 30 miles from downtown Beaumont and about an hours drive from Houston.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker or Seller. The Broker (Whitetail Properties) does not assume liability for typographical errors, misprints, nor for misinformation that may have been given us. All property is subject to change, withdrawal, or prior sale. Buyers’ agent must be identified on first contact with Broker and must accompany the buyer on showings to receive full fee participation. Otherwise, the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Whitetail Properties.

Lucky Penny Ranch

Posted on: June 19th, 2019 by Bacon Michael

Lucky Penny Ranch
533.77 acres
Bell County, TX

Location: Approximately 45 minutes NW of Austin.
Description: The Lucky Penny is a spectacular 533 acre ranch that is an easy 40-45 minute drive from Austin. It’s rare to find acreage with so much character and having such an abundance of surface water. The topography has elevation changes of 120 feet, yet is virtually all usable. There are tremendous vistas from the higher elevations and the western views provide some of the best sunsets to be seen. The rolling terrain is very diverse- having high elevations and productive bottom land. Much of the cedar has been cleared, leaving a good hardwood cover of live oak, Spanish oak, and elm. Areas have been left untouched for game cover and there is approximately 100 acres of coastal or klein fields.
There is no shortage of water on the ranch. There is over 1 mile of Clear Creek frontage. Clear Creek meanders through the ranch and a concrete dam impounds a long stretch of clear water that is 6-8 foot deep in places. The creek is shaded by towering native pecans. In addition to the creek, there is a beautiful 6+/- acre lake that reaches depths of approximately 30 feet. The banks are clear of brush and there is a rock jetty and a concrete pad, for a picnic area. This blue water lake is made for swimming, canoeing, fishing, or jet skiing. It is stocked with bass, catfish, crappie, and perch. Catches of 10+ pound bass, 2 lb. 9 oz. crappie, and catfish weighing 20+ pounds have been reported. In addition to the surface water, the ranch has 3 water wells and rural coop water (Kempner Water Supply) provides water to the main house and guest lodge.

Improvements are not lacking either. The main house is a single story 3-bedroom, 3.5 bath home that is perfect for entertaining. The kitchen/dining/living area is open and has lots of windows to take in the sunsets and surrounding country. There is a den with bar and a shower in the utility/mud room. The master bedroom has 2 large walk in closets and a neat sitting area with views of the ranch. The master bath has a Jacuzzi tub and large walk in stone shower. Out the back door is a 2,000+/- square foot deck that can host a large group of folks.
A stones throw from the main home is a way cool 1 bedroom, 1 bath guest lodge. The home is built on the edge of a bluff and the shaded deck has one of the best hill country views to behold. There is a full kitchen and a large, open living area. There is a massive built in, brick barbeque/smoker/grill/fish fryer. Between the two homes are two, 2 car garages- each with an attached carport. All improvements in the compound have brick exteriors and a paved drive from the county road to the homes is approximately 2,400 feet in length.
Across the creek is a foreman’s house. The house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a covered front porch. Nearby is a barn with an apartment and workshop area, pole barn, and working pens, corral, Tri-Country Horse Barn with 8 Stalls, with a tack room, a feed room, and a lighted arena with four rail Buff tech Lifetime Vinyl fence.
The ranch has been high fenced for about 13 years. At that time three breeding bucks, from Kansas and Iowa, and three genetically superior bred does, from South Texas, were brought in. The ranch has an MLD permit from Texas Parks and Wildlife. In addition to the excellent whitetail population, there are Oryx and Black Buck Antelope. There is also turkey, dove, and ducks for hunting options.
This executive ranch is easy to get excited about because it has so much variety, beauty, and character. Options are numerous- family/corporate retreat, horse/cattle ranch, home place, and future development. One thing is for sure- this premier ranch will put a smile on your face every time you drive through the gate.

Utilities: Electricity, telephone, co-op water.
Water: 3 wells, Lake Lucky Penny, and Clear Creek.
Game: Whitetail deer, turkey, dove, exotics, and fishing in ponds.
Minerals: Seller will convey 1/2 of minerals owned.
Price: $4,998,000.00
Terms: Cash, conventional
Contact Listing Agents: Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078

The information has been gathered from sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed by Texas Ranch Brokers, LLC and is subject to errors, omissions, corrections, change in price or terms, or withdrawal from the market without prior notice.

12+/- Acres with Views and Thick Native Grass Pastures in Williamson County

Posted on: June 19th, 2019 by Honeycutt, ALC Don

12+/- acres, fantastic location with views, just 2.6 miles east of Walburg on FM 972 in Williamson County.

Primarily open, native grass pastures with black soil and sloping terrain.

Jonah Water and Bartlett Electric at the road.

Property is ag exempt and was once used to raise natural grass fed beef.

Property is 100% fenced.

Mild seller imposed restrictions have not yet been recorded so minor revisions could be possible.

This is the perfect property for livestock, horses and to build your dream ranch home.

30+/- ac with Views & 3 acre Stock Pond in Bartlett, Williamson County

Posted on: June 19th, 2019 by Honeycutt, ALC Don

30+/- acres just 2.5 miles east of Walburg on FM 972 in Bartlett, Williamson County.

Primarily open pasture land with black soil and coastal fields that have been chemical free for more than 15 years.

A wet weather creek and sloping terrain supply a 3 acre stock pond.

Per seller, Jonah Water has an 8″ waterline at the road, Bartlett Electric is at the road as well.

Property is ag exempt and was once used to raise natural grass fed beef.

Seller has state approval for entrance off FM 972.

Light seller imposed deed restrictions that have not yet been recorded. Minor changes could be considered.

This is the perfect property for livestock, horses and your dream ranch home.

Come build your forever home!!!

Posted on: June 18th, 2019 by Brown Amber

Come build your forever home on rare McGregor acreage!! Just 5 minutes outside of McGregor and 25 from Waco, this wonderfully level, open 35.455 acres features a tank, wonderful privacy and stunning country views on all sides! Historically known for growing some of the best coastal grass in Texas, this beautiful blackland is fenced on all sides and ready for your livestock! The tank has never run dry (since being put in over 30 years ago) so is believed to be spring-fed. There is a Coryell City water meter on the property and electric is easily available. 483 feet of road frontage.

Seller restrictions: The 35.455 acres not to be subdivided until July 4th, 2029. No manufactured homes.

SWC US-190 & S 5th

Posted on: June 18th, 2019 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

– 6.788 Acres SWC of HK Dodgen Loop 363 & South 5th Street. (100 linear feet of road frontage on Southern Boundary to be Retained & Developed as Avenue, Servicing 2-Family Project Currently in Development on Parent Tract)

– 125 of Frontage Along Southwest HK Dodgen Loop 363 an Expressway Classified Thoroughfare with approximately 20,000 VPD (Just East of H.E.B Market Place, Temple Mall / IMAX, & Lowe’ s Home Improvement)

– 1,009 of Frontage Along South 5th Street a Major Arterial Classified Thoroughfare with over 13,800 VPD (Directly Adjacent to New Rehabilitation Hospital currently under construction as well as proposed TMED South Mix-Use Development.)

– Located Between 31st Street Overpass and Proposed 1st Street Overpasses, as well as being just North of Proposed Azalea Road connection to South 5th Street.

– Zoned Commercial; Future Land Use Map Shows Commercial (City Supportive of Rezoning)

– City Water & Sewer Utilities Available. Water located at Street and sewer along creek.

– 3-Phase Power Available (Oncor)

– Will Consider either dividing or selling additional acreage, please call for details.

– Close Proximity to Wall-Mart & Sam’s, Lowe’s, Temple Mall & IMAX Theater, Temple College, Several New Class-A Mixed Use Developments, Hotels and Restaurants and between the VA and Baylor Scott & White Memorial and Childrens Hospitals.