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48.8 Acres, FM 3369 & Content School Road

Posted on: November 14th, 2017 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

48.8 acres available for sale, originally part of a larger 200 acre family farm.

Located along the South side of FM 3369 and along the West side of Content School Road, North of FM 2904 and West of Hwy 320.

32.3 Acres are Tilled and in Row Crop Production, 2017 Crops were mostly Corn with some Cotton and have been Harvested; Remainder of acreage is a mix of Native Grass and Wooded/Brushy Sections along Possum Creek.

2,050' Linear Feet of Frontage along Possum Creek. Small Area Along Possum Creek within the 100-Year FEMA Floodplain.

Flat to Gently Sloping Topography: 570' – 530' Above Sea Level w/ 0% – 8% Slopes. There are Great Views towards the West from most of the Property.

Variety of Clay & Clay Loam Soils, Including: Class II Heiden Clay, Class II Houston Black Clay, Class IV Heiden-Ferris Complex, Class III Wilson Clay Loam and Class V Tin Clay.

Partial Perimiter Fencing.

Heart of Texas Co-op Electric along East Side of Content School Road and along West Boundary of Property. Bell-Milam-Falls Co-op Water Line is Currently being Extended onto Northeast Corner of Property along West side of Content School Road.

1,000' of Gravel Road Frontage along Content School Road.

Property is Leased to Agricultural Tenant.

Rosebud-Lott ISD.

Open Space Valuation (Ag Exemption) in Place for Low Property Taxes: Estimated $148.04 in 2017.

EULOGY LONGHORN RANCH + Working Cattle Ranch + Great Hunting!

Posted on: November 14th, 2017 by Stefanie Cobb

87 +/- Acres located 8 miles from Glen Rose, TX and 1.5 hours from DFW. The Eulogy Longhorn Ranch is a working Longhorn and recreational ranch. Located on a private road off State Highway 56. The work on this ranch is complete and ready to enjoy, with a beautiful private setting. The entrance into the ranch is a beautiful stone entryway, complete with security cameras, and a crushed asphalt driveway to the houses.

THE LAND:
The property had been cleaned and clear of all mesquite and cactus. The Sellers have left a few cedars for coverage. The land has numerous trees including- oak, elm, and pecan trees. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced into 6 pastures almost all with water access for livestock. All fences on the property are excellent. The grass is native bluestem and coastal. There is a seasonal creek and 3 stock tanks. One of the tanks has a pier and is stocked with huge catfish. The wildlife is abundant in the heavy tree coverage located near the creek.

THE IMPROVEMENTS:
The custom main house is two years old and designed in a rustic design with open concept living. The house 2450 sq. ft. 3-bedrooms/3.5 baths, with a 2-car garage. The exterior of the home covered in sandstone, all floors throughout the property are hickory wood. Other features of the home include wood ceilings, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and a metal roof. The home is foam insulated, with propane vent-less fireplace and is very energy efficient. There is also a storm shelter in the garage.

The guesthouse is 800 ft. with 2-bedrooms/1 bath, with stained concrete floor, two porches and a metal roof.

Other improvements include a workshop with concrete floors and rollup doors. Two metal cattle barns, one with working pens. There is also a metal equipment shed with hay storage.

Water: the property has deep 2nd trinity water well
Taxes: $2800.00 per year/Ag. Exempt
Animal Capacity: 25 Head
Average Rainfall: 32" per year on average
Electric: Co-op Electricity
Propane tank is buried underground

*24 Hours advanced notice for all showings. All prospects will be required to provide proof of funds or a letter of qualification prior to scheduling a showing. Exclusively Listed by Stefanie Cobb (972) 989-5220 and Tai Cobb-Klam (254) 253-0157. Cobb Properties strives to represent all properties accurately All information contained herein has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. However, no warranty or guarantee is made as to the accuracy of the information. *Buyer(s) agent/broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed the possibility of fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of this firm.

51.2 Acres, Content School Road

Posted on: November 11th, 2017 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

51.2 acres available for sale, originally part of a larger 200 acre family farm.

Located along the West side of Content School Road, between FM 3369 & FM 2904.

32.67 Acres are Tilled and in Row Crop Production, 2017 Crops were Cotton & Corn and have been Harvested; Remainder of acreage is a mix of Native Grass and Woode/Brushy Sections along Possum Creek.

1,456' Linear Feet of Frontage along Possum Creek. Access to approx. 10.17 acre Soil Conservation Lake. Small Area Along Possum Creek within the 100-Year FEMA Floodplain.

Flat to Gently Sloping Topography: 560' – 525' Above Sea Level w/ 0% – 8% Slopes. There are Great Views towards the West from most of the Property.

Variety of Clay & Clay Loam Soils, Including: Class II Heiden Clay, Class II Houston Black Clay, Class IV Heiden-Ferris Complex, Class III Wilson Clay Loam and Class V Tin Clay.

Partial Barbed-Wire Perimiter & Cross Fencing.

Heart of Texas Co-op Electric along East Side of Content School Road and on Southern Portion of Parent Tract. Bell-Milam-Falls Co-op Water Line is Currently being Extending onto North portion of 200-acre Parent Tract.

1,375' of Gravel Road Frontage along Content School Road.

Property is Leased to Agricultural Tenant.

Rosebud-Lott ISD.

Open Space Valuation (Ag Exemption) in Place for Low Property Taxes: Estimated $155.32 in 2017.

Smith Farm – house, horse pens, farm/pasture land!

Posted on: November 10th, 2017 by Byars Beau

The Smith Farm is located approximately 12 miles north of Vernon, just south of Odell. It has all weather county road frontage and is just a half mile east of the paved FM 432. It has a house, horse pens, several outbuildings, and cultivated ground. The farm is very quiet and private, with the closest residential neighbor being about a half mile down the road.

HOME AND OUTBUILDINGS:

The house has 2,398 sq ft of space, with a large living room with vaulted ceiling, kitchen, separate dining room, utility room with sink, four bedrooms, and two full bathrooms. It has a nice covered front porch and attached two vehicle carport that provides a covered area to grill or hang out. The house has a septic system and is all electric. It gets water from an irrigation well in the pasture, which was tested at 90 gpm last year.

The home needs some work to bring it up to date. The current owner purchased the property as a retirement home and started work on it, but due to personal reasons, decided to sell it instead. The most recent work done to the property includes:

– new metal roof
– electrical work in home
– general clean-up of house and lots
– some interior painting
– installed a two car pre-fab metal garage and additional carport

Additional work that needs to be done in the home includes flooring, interior paint, kitchen and bathroom overhauls, and new CH/A unit. All plumbing and wiring seems to be ok. Any buyers will be allowed to inspect the property at their own expense.

Behind the house is a pipe horse run with covered loafing shed. Attached to this is a tack room with concrete floor. Electricity is ran to loafing shed for interior lights. A pipe riding pen is on site as well, and a 1.5 acre lot is by the house for horses or other animals.

LAND:

The land is mostly rectangle, with perimeter fences and a separate water well. It's very flat and would make a great hay farm or grass pasture. It has not been farmed in several seasons. Years ago it was irrigated, but the irrigation system is no longer any good and needs to be scraped.

Per the Farm Service Agency, the field is 65.6 acres in size. The land is classified as Springer loamy fine sand, 3e class soils. It would do well in coastal, alfalfa, haygrazer, wheat, or cotton. The farmer across the road is growing peanuts under a circle pivot. The water is a little thin in this area for irrigation, so you can expect to need several wells tied together to be able to run a pivot. Estimated cost for drilling three wells, pumps, pipe, and new center pivot would be around $85K. If you wanted to leave keep the land as a dry land farm, coastal bermuda would do very well here.

LIST PRICE:

$139,500

This Smith Farm is in overall average condition, but with money invested, could be a top notch farm. The listing has been priced with consideration of what repairs need to be made.

CONTACT:

For more information, call agent Benjamin Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940.

STILLWELL RANCH

Posted on: November 10th, 2017 by John Carpenter

Welcome to the legendary Stillwell Ranch dating back to early 1900s that is rich in history with picturesque mountains and valleys of the Chihuahuan Desert.
The ranch offers excellent hunting as well as provides income from a general store, Hallie Stillwell Museum, and 65 unit RV & camping park. This is a historic gateway into Big Bend National Park and the Black Gap Wildlife Management Area offering enhanced recreational development and income opportunities.

*ACREAGE~ 6,492+/- acres all deeded land located in South Brewster County adjacent to Big Bend National Park and Black Gap Wildlife Management Area.
*LOCATION & ACCESS~ The Stillwell Ranch is located approximately 52 miles south of Marathon, TX accessed by traveling south from Marathon on State Highway 385 for 42 miles, then by FM 2627 for 7 miles to Stillwell Ranch Headquarters, RV Park, and Hallie Stillwell Museum. FM 2627 continues on past the ranch to the small mining town of La Linda on the Rio Grande River, once a port of entry into Mexico, which is now closed.
*TERRAIN & VEGETATION~ The ranch terrain varies from a nice combination of calcareous and non-calcareous soils on igneous rolling hills and broad overflow flats of light colored shallow to deep gravelly calcareous soils in the valley and flats. Maravillas Creek traverses through the heart of the ranch from west to east for approximately 4 miles. Maravillas Creek is a major drainage that begins approximately forty miles north that frequently overflows large areas along the drainage through the ranch caused by large rains to the north that provide about average moisture for native grasses and browse in the valleys and flats for livestock and wildlife.
*IMPROVEMENTS~ The Stillwell Ranch along FM 2627 was developed into a popular historical tourist attraction and serves as a close access point into Big Bend National Park. Over the years, the original headquarters home and 15,000 acres were sold off, leaving 6,492+/- acres remaining in the ranch. The improvements now on the ranch include:
~A 2,275+/- Sq. Ft. General Store providing food, drinks, ice, fuel, rock shop and souvenirs.
~The Hallie Stillwell Museum (all adobe) building with 3,816 Sq. Ft. displaying historical
records, pictures, furniture and artifacts of the Roy & Hallie Stillwell lifetime.
~Approximately 7 full service RV Hookups with 50 Amp service, modern restroom facilities with
shower, washateria, sewer dump station & approximately 60+/-RV spots with electric services
for campers or self-contained RV's, and approximately 8 horse stalls.
~Ranch house having approximately 1,000+/- Sq. Ft. with one bedroom, 3/4 bath with tile
shower , living/dining area, and spacious kitchen, and carport.
~Manager's Quarters is a manufactured home with 1,330+/- Sq. Ft.
~Numerous small out buildings for shop, storage, etc.
~2,200 Ft natural surface runway. Needs blading before further use.
*VEGETATION~ The rolling gravelly hills are predominantly creosote bush, stool, variety of yucca, with Burro-grass, chino gramma, fluff grass, and several varieties of tridents. The valley floor or flat land has deeper soils and host a huge variety of grasses such as wild Bermuda grass, blue, hairy, and sideoats gramma, Johnson grass and an host of native weeds and flowering plants. Mesquite, white brush, apache plum, tassajillo cacti, yuccas and dagger are prominent in the valleys. All of which provide excellent habitat for both wildlife, livestock, dove, quail and other native wildlife species.
*WATER~ The ranch and building improvements are watered by three wells via a pipeline and trough system, and several earthen tanks. The well at the headquarters store, museum, and RV park is equipped with a submersible pump approximately 1,300 Ft in depth, the well at the owner's house is approximately 120 Ft and equipped with windmill and storage. Another well is located in the heart of the ranch that is approximately 90 Ft and equipped with a windmill and solar buster pump furnishing water to several water troughs via pipeline.
*WILDLIFE~ This area of southern Brewster County is well noted for it's trophy Desert Mule Deer, scaled Blue Quail, Morning and White Wing Dove during migration. It's rich calcareous soils produce an abundance of ideal natural browse, seed and habitat. This ranch is qualified and under a Wildlife Management Development (MLD) program for the Desert Mule Development. The current owner only allows three mature bucks taken each year.
*MINERALS~ All fee minerals have been reserved by previous owners. There are three sections (approximately 1,920 acres) of State Mineral Classified land. These are minerals owned by the state but managed by the surface owner. If the minerals are leased, the surface owner received 1/2 of the income generated by the lease during that surface owner ownership. These minerals may not be reserved by the surface owner if the surface is sold.
*EASEMENTS & IN-HELD TRACTS~ There is a private 40 Ft easement to one property owner through the ranch to it's east boundary, seldom used. There are also seven separately owned inheld parcels scattered over the ranch totaling approximately 230+/- acres that have not been visited for years by the owner. These parcels should be purchased, if given the opportunity.
*PRICE~ $762.00+/- per acre, Total $4,950,000.00
*NOTE~ Texas Law requires that an "Information about Brokerage Services" be submitted with the presentation. All information was gathered from sources deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. all information herein is subject to error, omission, price change, and or withdrawal from the market without notice. Carpenter Real Estate is the Exclusive Listing Agency for this property.

Kuykendall Creek Ranch

Posted on: November 9th, 2017 by Davidson Charles

Just North of Brenham this 92 acres tract has great potential for subdividing into 5 separate tracts with privacy for each tract and great accessibility from The Independence Highway- FM 2621.

Topography:

Rolling improved pastures that drop down to Kuykendahl Creek and provides wonderful road frontage and privacy along the creek. Sandy soils and a pond make for great grazing and hay production.

Location:

1.5 miles north of the Brenham Airport. Go north on 50 from 105, turn right on 2621, also known as the Independence Highway and property .5 miles down on the right.

County water available

Abston Farm

Posted on: November 4th, 2017 by Byars Beau

This 62.3 +/- acres is located north of Thalia, on FM 262. It consists of old CRP and native grasses, and is partially fenced with a couple of the neighbors. In the past, it has been baled for hay. It is no longer enrolled in the CRP program. There are no ponds or surface water.

There are several gas wells scattered throughout the property; no mineral rights will convey with the sale. An old homesite is located on site that needs to be cleaned up as well.

LIST PRICE: $1500/acre

Contact agent Benjamin Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940 for more information.

Sandy Fork Ranch

Posted on: November 4th, 2017 by Henry SchmidtIII

Country living at it's finest! This spectacular property has it ALL! Well maintained custom home with an open floor plan, an abundance of windows looking out over the manicured yard adorned with a variety of fragrant flowers, a massive covered porch perfect for swinging with your loved ones and a lovely view of a nice pond. The property surrounding the home offers expansive grazing pastures overlooking a creek bottom, magical mature oaks, and a lush pecan orchard. Sandy Fork Creek traverses through the property. Extra bonuses include a handy equipment metal barn with concrete floors for those seeking the perfect man cave, a chicken coup, fruitful gardens with irrigation, and income producing rent house or guest house! This property is surrounded on all sides by large tracts of land providing seclusion. Wildlife lovers dream home!

Buyers agent to verify taxes with county. Large art sculpture and custom fire-pit in front yard will not convey. Owner to retain washer and dryer and all equipment and tools in barn and carport. The main house is 2127 sqft and the guest house is approx 900 sqft. The guest house is currently being rented out and is a 3/1 w a 2 car carport.

Please call Henry Schmidt, Agent at 830-263-0600 for more details.

The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Viewing appointments scheduled with the KW Farm & Ranch Group, Henry Schmidt, agent.

Buyer's broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of KW Farm & Ranch Group, Henry Schmidt, agent.

SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY – DO NOT TRESPASS

Papalote Ranch

Posted on: November 4th, 2017 by Davidson Charles

What an address and what a ranch! Properties in this big ranch country do not come up for sale very often. This unique property is located in Bee County, Texas, between Sinton and Beeville. It has incredible oak trees, large drainages, superb quail habitat, thick native brush, farm land and a small amount of the minerals. The neighbors range from large to very large acreage.

Location: The ranch is located on asphalt paved County Road 361, east of State Highway 181, in southern Bee County.

Habitat: The soils are good sandy loam soils, some portions have more clay and some portions have more sand. It makes for a unique combination of farmland, large oak trees and thick brush creating the perfect habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, and quail.

Wildlife: Whitetail deer are abundant (not hunted), as well as quail, wild hogs and turkey. The new tanks are perfect for dove hunting.

Improvements: A new barn, a new mobile home, three water wells and miles of piped water support the ranch. There is also a set of cattle working pens.

Water: There are three electric water wells and three new constructed tanks.

Electricity: Electricity is found along the front, to the middle and near the rear of the ranch.

Minerals: A small portion of the minerals is available with the purchase.

67 acres in Bandera County, Texas

Posted on: November 3rd, 2017 by Cardenas Stacy

Welcome to the Hill Country! The views are spectacular from this oak covered, ag-exempt property. Hunting, horses and livestock are permitted. You will have easy access with Hwy 16 frontage. In the same family since 1905, this 67 acre tract is a blank canvas to build your dream home.