10 acres in Comal County, Texas

Posted on: September 21st, 2018 by Haass Lauren

Nestled on +/- 10 acres, this one of a kind property boasts a two-story 1880s German Fachwerk farmhouse that has been meticulously restored and crafted to allow the home to offer modern day conveniences while still maintaining the charm and historic authenticity of its time. In addition to the main home, the property affords a detached guest quarters, an expansive limestone entertaining area and breath taking views across the Guadalupe River Valley. Deeded access to the Guadalupe River adds additional value and year round enjoyment to the property without high waterfront prices. The moment you drive through the gated entry and see the charming windmill, you begin to experience the beauty of this property from its lush landscaping and gardens to breathtaking Texas Hill Country views.

Strategically restored to maintain as much historic authenticity as possible, this property features a 2,772 square foot home under a standing seam metal roof, with two levels and walk out basement. Hand planed logs with mortise and tenon joints, long leaf pine floors, bead board ceilings and original sand brick walls captivate your attention as you walk through the home. The main home features three living areas, three bedrooms with three full baths and one half bath.

A chefs and entertainers delight, the kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, a Wolf stove, copper veggie sink, farm-style kitchen sink, granite countertops and walk in pantry. Gorgeous custom cabinetry and vintage Clear Springs Store pool table lighting were artistically crafted to go hand in hand with the historical design. Numerous windows allow for an abundance of sunlight in the kitchen and long distance tranquil Hill Country views.

The master suite on the first level also affords an abundance of natural light and offers a walk in closet. Complete with a claw foot tub and walk in shower the master bath is sure to please. The second level of the main home features two bedrooms each with their own private baths. With over 500 square feet, the walk out basement was cut out and reinforced underneath the farmhouse and is accessed via an authentic German stairway or exterior door. The solid rock surrounding the basement walls keeps the area cool and makes for an ideal movie room and/or wine cellar. The utility room is also located in the basement.

With over 420 square feet, the detached corn crib barn, made of 100% salvaged materials, bodes well for out of town guests, a large private study or game room complete with a full bath. Take your pick and relax on the covered front or three level Ipe deck as both provide a perfect place to relax and enjoy hill country views and breezes on a hot Texas day. A grand limestone fireplace is the focal point of the expansive stone patio complete with a wood burning pizza oven. An ideal place to gaze into the views of the Guadalupe River Valley or enjoy a fire under the starry night sky.

With approximately three and a half cleared acres the land maintains its natural beauty with an abundance of mature Live Oaks, a seasonal creek and native flora and fauna. Additional improvements include several storage barns, basketball court and batting cage, dog kennel and raised vegetable gardens. The property has one well and an aerobic septic system.

Come experience this jewel tucked away in the Texas Hill Country! You have to see it to believe it.

764 acres in Menard County, Texas

Posted on: September 21st, 2018 by Leverett Clayton

Gently rolling land spotted with Live and Post Oaks, as well as a few native pecan tress along the river. Approximately 6500' of the famed San Saba River, often referred to as one of Texas' best kept secrets. It's known for its clarity and limestone-lined bottom. From long, deep pools to shallow ripples and falls this river is sure to impress. See swlandco.com for detailed information, map, etc.

80 acres in Gillespie County, Texas

Posted on: September 21st, 2018 by Leverett Clayton

Extraordinary views on one of the most scenic and iconic roads in the Texas Hill Country. 5gpm well and electricity is scheduled to be delivered to property. Property is still under construction and is not completed at this time (5/30/18).

52.84 acres in Guadalupe County, Texas

Posted on: September 15th, 2018 by David Glover

Fifty plus acres with large ranch home and smaller 2/1 guest home or rental. Has Barn and some pens for livestock, fenced and cross-fenced . Old lighted arena for roping. Open pasture for livestock with stock tank. Very large and old live oaks around the homes.

196 +/- acres for sale in Williamson County

Posted on: September 13th, 2018 by Lewis Lem

196+/- acre ranch in the booming growth corridor of western Williamson County!
This ranch is less than 1/2 mile off of hwy 183 and only 35 minutes from The Domain making it ideal for someone who wants to escape the hustle and bustle of city life while staying convenient to all the wonderful things that make the Austin area so desirable. With some of the strongest grass cover in the area and cross fenced in to six pastures with six stocks tanks, this large ranch would make an ideal performance horse operation or gentleman's retreat.

Looking for a property with development potential? This ranch offers over 1,600' of county road frontage and can be sold in various tracts to suit your needs.

196 acres at $7,680/ac

Water Valley 10

Posted on: September 11th, 2018 by Roy Raney

This 10.01 Acres is located on the East side of Water Valley, on Hwy87N.
About 8 Ac is in cultivation.
There is a Water Well on the property that is being used.

Coyote 3 Ranch

Posted on: September 11th, 2018 by Davidson Charles

The Coyote 3 Ranch is approximately 653 acres of incredible native habitat that includes a mixture of good brush, a couple of open areas, and huge oak trees. Seasonal wet weather Olmos Creek bisects the ranch from west to east. The creek carries a lot of water and is lined with huge over-hanging oak trees, which is a very unusual feature to have in South Texas.

The Coyote 3 Ranch is located in southern Bee County, Texas, along the north side of asphalt paved F.M. 797, approximately 4 miles west of US Highway 181, and approximately 4 miles west of Skidmore, TX. It is also located approximately 8 miles south of Beeville, TX and 39 miles north of Corpus Christi, TX.

The ranch has the ideal environment for deer, turkey, dove, quail and hog hunting. Deer thrive in the thick brush and the seasonal acorn drops from the oak trees. In addition, wild turkey utilize the large trees for their roost.

The improvements on the ranch are minimal. The main gate and entrance road are located along the north side of F.M. 797. This main ranch road leads to the hunters headquarters which is an older mobile home and old large shed or barn. There appears to be one water well and it is equipped with an electrical submersible pump. The fencing along the south, east and west sides is a typically barbed wire cattle fence. The fence along the northern boundary appears to be a shorter high fence, maybe 6 tall. The ranch has one small earthen pond approximately acres in size. It is surrounded by good trees and would be the perfect spot for a late afternoon dove hunt. Electricity is available along the south and west portions of the ranch.

This is a great ranch from a beauty and recreational standpoint.

No minerals.

75 acres in Limestone County, Texas

Posted on: September 11th, 2018 by Lockhart Jesse

75 acres, more or less, square tract of dry farm land on LCR 128 northwest of Prairie Hill, about a mile off of paved road 339, 2 to 3 miles north of Hwy 84, about half way between Mexia and Waco. No trees except around perimeter. Not fenced. Sellers will convey 1/4 of minerals owned – firm. NOTE: Flag on location map is approximate.


Posted on: September 11th, 2018 by Lockhart Jesse

Stunning Texas Hill Country views and gorgeous Nueces River frontage! Flat Rock Ranch is a Hill Country gems – it has all of the terrain you'd expect in the Hill Country, two miles of rover frontage, and a house and two cabins. The property value has been enhanced by nearly a decade of healthy habitat and game management.

The fences on this 2,000 acre parcel range in condition from good to new. The northern and western borders are game proof fences, with livestock fencing on the southern and eastern perimeter of the ranch.

Vegetation includes what you'd expect in the Hill Country along with some grass species native to the Nueces Canyon River Basin. Huge old oak trees line the river bottom. It's an ideal environment for the native and exotic game roaming about the ranch.

Pennington Farm

Posted on: September 8th, 2018 by Davidson Charles

67.7 acres of good Victoria County farmland. Currently leased by local farmer. Good soils and access to FM 1090 and Highway 87. Close to Victoria, Texas just south of Highway 59. There are no minerals to convey and is sold as surface estate only.

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