TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

Tract 2: CR 329A, Yoakum, Tx

Posted on: April 24th, 2018 by Gary Holub

Great location, great school district,Shiner ISD! Several building sites on this 34acre tract. Part of the property is in DeWitt County, most is in Lavaca County. Land is locatedbetween Shiner and Yoakum. Build your dream home, run cattle, or use as a weekend getaway. There are not many tracts of land this size available in this area.Propertyis adjacent to,and can be bought with Tract 1for a total of 87 Acres.

Tract 1: CR 329A, Yoakum, Tx

Posted on: April 24th, 2018 by Gary Holub

Great location, great school district,Shiner ISD! Several building sites on this 53 acre tract in Lavaca County in between Shiner and Yoakum. Build your dream home, run cattle, or use as a weekend getaway. Property includes a small pond and is fenced and cross fenced. Property is adjacent to, and can be bought with Tract 2 for a total of 87 Acres.

107.33 acres in Williamson County, Texas

Posted on: April 24th, 2018 by Paula Paulette

Long Road Ranch – Stunning mile long views & 4/10 mile of the San Gabriel River meanders throughout. Stone home overlooks 1 acre lake.For equine enthusiasts – a 7,100 sq. ft. 8 stall barn of matching craftsmanship, impeccable stalls, wash racks, saddle room, living quarters, office & excellent turnouts. For auto or equipment enthusiasts there is a stone garage, 8 station sporting clay stand, & outdoor pits for cooking finish off this property for an all inclusive retreat in the heart of Williamson County.

100 ac McCulloch

Posted on: April 21st, 2018 by Mike Barbour

Location. Southeast McCulloch County near the Voca community.

Terrain. This is rough and rugged terrain with elevations and distance views. The property is secluded, it does not join any public roadway except for the access road. It is heavily wooded with live oak, elm, mesquite, cedar and prickly pear.

Improvements. One well and a solar powered pump.

Water. The water well produces a good volume of water at 25 gpm, and it is good quality water.

Wildlife. Whitetail deer are plentiful, it also has game birds and other native species.

Minerals. Negotiable

Comments. Great home sites and good deer hunting are available, and you can do both or either one with privacy, peace and quiet.

435 Acres McCulloch Count

Posted on: April 21st, 2018 by Mike Barbour

Location. One of the best reputation counties in the Texas Hill Country for hunting and recreation is McCulloch County. Brady is the county seat, and the geographical center of the State, known as "The Heart of Texas ". This ranch is 18 miles north of Brady, with paved access.

Terrain. The ranch terrain is gently sloping. The appearance is varied; part of the ranch has heavy brush cover similar to South Texas. There are nice live oaks among the beebrush and mesquites. It also has cultivation, fields that are typically planted to wheat. The wheat provides some income and is a great attractant for deer.

Improvements. A nice lodge was built on the ranch in 2009. It is an attractive building, solidly built and very low maintenance. It has a masonry exterior with a metal roof. The interior is well done with solid wood ceiling in the great room, a 9 foot island in the kitchen, and a jet tub in one of the baths. One side of the house has a 45 foot long porch, and there are large covered areas on each end of the lodge for outdoor cooking, recreation, or for vehicles. These are 40 feet by 32 feet.

Water. The house is supplied with rural community water. Water for the wildlife or livestock is supplied by 2 stock tanks or ponds on the place.

Wildlife. Whitetail deer, dove, turkey and varmints are abundant here.

Minerals. The owner may include a portion of the minerals with an acceptable offer.

Comments. Principals only please.

10.56 Acres McCulloch

Posted on: April 21st, 2018 by Mike Barbour

Location. This choice home site is situated 18 miles northeast of Brady just off U.S. Hwy 377 on Homestead lane.

Terrain. This acreage gently slopes down to the southern edge of Corn Creek; a wet weather draw. Large Oaks, and good mixture of brush, cover and open areas. Road frontage on the northwest.

Improvements. Rural water and electricity are present on the property. Some new fencing.

Wildlife. Wildlife abound here, including typical species for the region; whitetail deer, raccoons, rabbits, etc.

Comments. This acreage is not dividable.

CR 409, Gonzales County, Tx

Posted on: April 19th, 2018 by Gary Holub

Hunter's paradise and blank canvas! Private, affordable hunting/recreational tract 1 hr from San Antonio and Austin, 1.5 hrs from Houston! This secluded tract has a wet weather creek, holds water most of the year, and is surrounded by large tracts of land. Abundant wildlife including white-tail deer, hogs, dove, duck, turkey, and the landowner has even spotted otter and beaver in Peach Creek. This property has been well managed for the last 10 years, and only a handful of mature deer have been harvested. Neighbors have all been managing the deer and turkey population as well. Two diverse ecosystems split this tract with 30 acres being a mesquite flat with a pond, and 15 acres being creek bottom with thick brush and mature trees. A myriad of 100 year oaks are dotted throughout the property and the area provides a secluded habitat for wildlife. The property is accessed by easement. Camper onsite and will convey with the property, electricity also onsite. Property is fenced on all sides. Seller will consider conveying small portion of the minerals.

*Disclaimer: Property is located in the floodplain according to FEMA maps.*

Hansford County Dryland

Posted on: April 17th, 2018 by George Clift

This Hansford county dryland farmland is located 12.5 miles southwest of Spearman Texas. There are two tracts, one of 160 acres and the other has 320 acres. Both are good flat land, suitable for dryland farming and wheat pasture grazing. Fences around portion of the perimeters are in fair to good condition. Properties are currently under lease agreement through out July 2018.

100 acres in Williamson County, Texas

Posted on: April 17th, 2018 by Paula Paulette

Highly productive farm land. 100 /-acres to be surveyed upon receipt of contract. Exceptional and fertile Williamson County farm land with consistent and long record strong production. Backs to Brushy Creek, Panoramic and open views and backs to Brushy Creek. Ready for your spring crop~

660 acres in Frio County, Texas

Posted on: April 16th, 2018 by Jim Mullen

Description. Rocky 5 is a gently undulating tract with high ground on the NE sloping to a large drainage on the SW (see topo map provided). Soils consist of Comitas, Dilley and Duval loamy fine sands with perhaps 10% heavier soils in the bottoms. Old irrigated farmland, this tract has been managed to permit regrowth in specific areas while native growth has been opened up mechanically. There are several large mesquite and Live oak trees on the property, but for the most part it is lightly wooded.

Improvements. There is a small, basic cabin on the ranch used by the owner for noon time breaks from hunting. There is also a small high-fenced enclosure in the western part of the ranch, used as a food plot to attract dove.

Water. This ranch is uniquely watered with an extensive system of 3-inch and 2-inch poly pipe serviced by an electric Carrizo well. The poly lines run to all four stocktanks as well as an array of sprinklers, effectively drought-proofing the entire ranch. In addition to the Carrizo well, there is another smaller electric well that serves the cabin. The 30 hp pump in the Carrizo well was replaced on or about 4-1-18.

History. Managed for many years for dove and quail, this ranch, with deep sandy soils responds well to cool season discing, producing ragweed, croton and native sunflower. The four ponds attract and hold waterfowl, turkey are seen often, and there are a few Whitetail deer harvested each year.

Minerals/Easements. It is believed Seller owns one-half of the mineral estate, but actual ownership must be determined by a mineral search. There is a current lease on the ranch, held by a well on an adjoining property. Approximately 100 acres of the total are separated from the main body of the ranch by a driveway to a neighboring tract. A waterline purportedly runs from the Carrizo well to this tract under the driveway. There is a utility easement to the Carrizo well.

PRICE/MINERALS. This ranch is offered surface-only at $3,500 per acre. Seller will provide a new title policy.

NOTE. While gathered from sources deemed reliable, this information is not guaranteed, and prospective buyers should enlist inspectors of their own. Quailpro, LLC represents the Seller and welcomes cooperating brokers. Buyers are advised to seek broker/legal representation prior to the first showing.