“77 Ranch” is known as one of the best working ranches in Madison County. Well located on Highway 75, 8 miles south of Madisonville, just West of I-45, fronting upon State Highway 75. Property is fenced, and cross fenced into multiple pastures in a functional manner. Ranch currently carries 300 mature cows, 20 to 30 replacement heifers and 14 to 16 mature bulls. Approximately 150 acres is in improved coastal Bermuda hay and yields 600 to 900 rolls, depending upon conditions. Approximately 300+ acres of the ranch lie in the Bedias Creek bottom and subject to overflow. However, these pastures carry cattle well in spring and summer. Wildlife habitat is enhanced in this area of the ranch. West boundary of the ranch is Mills Road, a county maintained road that connects to SH 75, North of ranch entrance. The ranch home was built in the 1950’s, and was updated in the 1980’s. The home has appeal but needs updating to current trends. Other ranch improvements consist of 2 sets of working pens, several barns and employee house. Large, productive ready-to-go ranches are becoming hard to find in this area of Texas. Madison County is a very desirable and convenient area with old Texas customs and charm.
Welcome to the Llano Granite Ranch located approximately 3 miles East of Llano, Tx. on Hwy 29.
LOCATION: This ruggedly handsome ranch is located within minutes of nearby Llano, a prized Hill Country destination known for its Antique stores, Llano river frontage and beautiful courthouse square. Good restaurants, banks, airport, medical facilities, and grocery stores are readily available in the area known as the Deer Capital of Texas.
Lake LBJ/Horseshoe Bay Resort is approximately 25 miles SE, Austin is an easy one hour drive and the popular destination town for many, Fredericksburg is only 40 miles S of the ranch.
LAND: Llano County is home to some of the oldest rock formations in Texas. The Llano Uplift contains unique minerals and protruding rock formations. The region features large granite boulders, lichen-encrusted granite rocks, large Oak trees, Mesquite and beebrush that provide excellent habitat for wildlife. Much of the ranch features a lush rolling terrain with the exception of an easy drive almost a 200′ elevation up the granite outcropping. Once on top, you’ll witness a full jaw-dropping 360* view across the Texas Hill Country and overlooking the Llano River. One of the largest deer taken off the ranch was harvested on top of the granite knob. One neighbor has deeded access down the East fence (laned out with fencing).
IMPROVEMENTS: There is a large open room hunting cabin, large tank and an unequipped 30 gpm well. The ranch is partially high fenced with conventional fencing on the east side.
WATER: The ranch features a large tank near the hunting cabin and a newly drilled well showing a substantial 30 gpm flow.
SUMMARY: If you have been searching for a hunting ranch you can improve yourself, with easy access, some of the most scenic views across the Texas Hill country, unique granite outcroppings reserved only for Llano County, then add this property to your viewing list.
FINANCIAL: Asking $9500/acre. 113+/- acres (SUBJECT TO NEW SURVEY) Sellers will provide a basic survey acceptable to title company. All minerals owned will convey.
LISTING BROKER: MICHELE SMITH (325) 347-4702
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Looking to get away from it all while enjoying kayaking, fishing, swimming, hunting or swinging in a hammock? Check out this private tract of land featuring approximately 700′ of deep Llano River frontage! Just 8 miles SW of Mason, Tx and all the basic necessities you will need. The ranch is just E of the confluence of the Llano River and James River. Paved road access is available until the last mile which consist of county road then a private un-exclusive easement road to the tract.
TERRAIN: 1+ acre of the property is located within the neighboring field and could be fenced into the main property. The river tract has a nice roll to it as you cross the scenic seasonal creek to its gate. Once in the main body of the property there is a nice subtle elevation change leading you to a great building site with distant views, 100 gpm unequipped well, electricity and surrounded by large Oaks. Nice wide roads run throughout the property while native brush, mesquite & oaks have been left in place for the wildlfie. The North end of the ranch consist of a large coastal field. This tract is allowed 2.2 acre-feet of water per year from the Llano River for irrigation rights. As you travel closer to the river you’ll experience sandy soils, massive Live Oaks, Pecans and other variety of trees. The owner has carefully cleared all the brush from under these trees along the banks of the river giving you an opportunity to build a picnic area, barbq pit, or whatever your heart desires under these looming shade trees.
WATER: The Llano River is nice and deep along its frontage with views of the interesting bluffs across the river. Large limestone steps give you easy access in and out of the river. There is approximately 700+/-‘ of Llano River frontage. Other than the water rights from the Llano river as mentioned above, there is an unequipped 100 gpm well plus a beautiful scenic seasonal creek on the property. Lots of personality!
IIMPROVEMENTS: The main body of the property is perimeter fence with cross fencing. 1 water well. Electricity is available on the property. No other improvements.
SUMMARY: If you’d like to own river property that is a bit more remote yet close to town, behind 2 gates for added privacy then take a look at this property. It’s just itching for a new owner to build a home or get-a-way cabin. With this quantity of underground water a new owner could build just about any size home, pool, etc… to entertain friends and family.
FINANCIAL: Asking $24,000/acre. Seller will provide current survey and basic title insurance.
Michele “Mitch” Smith | Listing Broker | cell (325)347-4702 | office (830)992-3045
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Perfectly located tract near College Station with over #3000 feet of frontage on Highway 30. This property is heavily wooded on the east side and more open pasture to the west. This is two 50 acre tracts that are being sold together. Property has one nice pond and frontage on Gibbons Creek.
Gibbons Creek runs through the property and brings tons of wildlife to this ranch. The ranch has historically been a cattle/hunting ranch but would be ideal for development due to its proximity to College Station. Huge neighbors on the north and south side.
Property has a manufactured home, power and water.
PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN BURNET, TEXAS
Now available for purchase, 4.027 acres on US HWY 281 S across from Burnet Municipal Airport. This property has 470 feet of highway frontage. It boasts two highway entrances. The primary structure is approximately 35,000 sq. feet with 3,500 sq. feet of office space. This property also includes another 6,000 sq. foot building located in the back portion of the property, currently leased by a longtime tenant.
33.31+/- acres of cultivated land in Granger, Williamson County. Prime location for a small farm, single family residence, horse property or development. The land is level to gently sloping with rich black soil and no floodplain. Has one water meter from Jonah Water, power and phone at road. Per Jonah Water up to three additional water meters can possibly be added once water study is complete in June 2020. Light seller imposed restrictions that allow subdividing and double wide mobile homes. Farm lease in place. Ag exempt.
Suburban forestry tract on the skirts of Lufkin, TX. Rolling topography with mix mature pine and pre-merch loblolly and slash plantations. Excellent access/frontage. Water, sewer, electric available. Access from FM 2680 on the south side and Jackson Road, and significant frontage on FM 2021 along the north boundary.Located minutes from Lufkin, TX and beautifully managed timber.
No known restrictions. Use remains subject to county/city regulations, if any.
Beautiful 3 bed / 2 bath home on 3 acres just outside of Livingston, TX! First time open market offering with long-time family ownership. Just off FM 350 in West Livingston on Dickens Ranch Road, providing necessary seclusion, but in close proximity to town. Near the Livingston High School, Livingston Municipal Airport, and Lake Livingston, this property has easy access to all Livingston has to offer!
Wonderful split style home with two front doors allows for easy access to separate spaces. Spacious kitchen and living room with floor to ceiling fireplace emanates a cozy atmosphere. Ample room for horses, goats, etc. on 3 acres with paper shell pecan trees in the front yard! Home is currently rented and would make a great investment property, weekend getaway near the lake, or forever home!
Dickens Ranch Road is privately maintained. Seller will contribute to road maintenance at the time of purchase, if necessary.
In 1893 a quarry was opened in the Piney Woods of East Texas to provide sandstone for the construction of jetties at Sabine Pass. In 1900 the great hurricane hit Galveston Island and was unlike anything before, killing an estimated 10,000 people. By 1904 construction had begun on building the Galveston sea wall with granite. Sandstone was also used to finish the wall that was quarried from the Blue Hole. Around 1908 the quarry was named Kyles Quarry after William Wesley Kyle from Beaumont, Texas.
Edwin Dumble (1918) published in his University of Texas bulletin, The Geology of East Texas, The hard rock is very light gray or gray blue in color, made up of quartz and chert and contains angular fragments of hard whiteish and greenish clays and is what is believed to give the Blue Hole its distinctive blue-green color. Once the sea wall was completed, the Blue Hole was used for local road projects and other construction projects. By the 1920s it had become a very popular swimming hole for local folks in East Texas.
Republic Ranches now has the famous Blue Hole listed for sale. This is a very rare opportunity to own a part of the Blue Hole and its history. The tract for sale is a 462 +/- acre tract and is part of a larger 1,600 acre tract. There is a shared use agreement between the three owners, giving access to the entire 1,600 acres.
Improvements: There is a river camp house on the bank of the Neches River with access to the river for some of the best catfish and crappie fishing in the State. There are several common areas with one having a wonderful pavilion with a grill, big screen TV, cooking area and mens and womens restrooms. There are also rope swings, a fire pit, a high dive and ladder to climb back up to the top. Below the pavilion area are steps down to a beautiful sandy beach.
Wildlife: There is plenty of wildlife on the property including deer, hogs, small game and plenty of varmints. There are several sites to build your dream home on.
Water: The Blue Hole itself is a very high alkaline water that will not support fish or other aquatic animals but also does not allow algae or other bacteria to grow. There are rumors that the waters have healing properties but we cannot verify this claim.
Blue Hole Restrictions: Please visit the link to our website to see restrictions on this property.
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