TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

Sunset Ranch

Posted on: September 20th, 2018 by Grothaus Sheldon

The 117 acre Sunset Ranch for sale in Medina County, Texas, is the perfect weekend getaway or forever home. If relaxing among the many colorful flowering plants on the patio of your own hunting and recreation ranch while enjoying the splendor of the Texas sunset over your 117-acre estate sounds appealing, this ranch is a must see.

Tucked nicely in the hills of the Medina County transition zone and offering the privacy and security of the gated Brown Ranch community of large ranches is this well designed and constructed Barndominium. With 4200 square feet under roof (60 x 70) and 1800 square feet of living space, the all steel exterior home offers 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, an open concept kitchen, living and dining areas, with great window treatments enhancing the expansive views of wildlife and mother nature.

A Glen Rose water well with great quality drinking water serves the home and Medina Electric provides the power. The kitchen offers a gas cook top range, double oven, extra large pantry, granite tops and views of the many birdfeeders just outside the windows. Many species of other wildlife are often seen from the comfort of the rear deck.

The oversized single garage has room for a workshop and lots of storage space and the entire attic is floored for even more storage capacity.

Wildlife on this low fenced ranch includes whitetail deer, axis deer, turkey, aoudad, bobcat and feral hogs. There are two hunting blinds, an elevated box blind, and a tripod bow/rifle blind, along with 2 corn feeders. Numerous whitetail deer are frequently seen year-round from the patio and rear deck.

Taxes are low on this ag exempt property, hunting is excellent, privacy is supreme, and the location is great, being close to Hondo, Bandera, and San Antonio with all the shopping, dining and medical services available. The views are awesome and the price is right for this superb slice of the Texas landscape.

All owned minerals will convey.

CR 3420

Posted on: September 20th, 2018 by Leah Caruthers

Rolling hills with views over Lampasas! Minutes from HEB or the school. Great location.

203 ac Hunters Package

Posted on: September 19th, 2018 by Tyler Wright

New Listing: 203 acres SE MENARD COUNTY

Access: Located on West Rd ( private road) off of FM 1773

Water: One water well with submersible pump

Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, dove and quail. Some exotics roam the area.

Improvements: A modest hunter's cabin and camp has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms

Terrain: Some good elevations along the western boundary with a valley towards the center of the property !

Remarks:
Great hunting ranch that's set up and ready to hunt. 203 acres in southeast Menard County on West Road; private road access on two sides. A modest hunter's cabin and camp has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Water well with submersible pump. Heavy brush cover with scattered live oak and shin oak mix. Perfect for hunting whitetail, turkey and hogs. Call/Text Tyler Wright, Broker today at 325-456-1301

11.1 Acres, Creek Road

Posted on: September 19th, 2018 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

Size: 11.1 Acres to be surveyed out of larger tract.

Description: Good mix of land uses with a portion being used as livestock grazing and the remainder of the land is great for hunting and recreation.

Location: The property is located north of FM 2086 on Creek Road, just north of the Lost Prairie Road intersection in Northeast Bell County.

Hydrology: There is one stock tank, and Big Elm Creek along the western property line. The back of the land behind the stock tank, West to Big Elm Creek, is within the 100-year flood zone.

Utilities: East Bell WSC is the provider for this are. A pending study is in progress to determine if a water meter is available to this tract. Electric service is provided through coop and is along the east side of Creek Road.

Topography: The elevation at the northeast corner is at 520' feet above sea level, with 0% to 5% slopes.

Soil: Mix of Tinn Clay, Lewisville-Altoga complex soils, very suitable for grazing or limited to moderate farming.

Taxes: Open Space Valuation (Ag Exempt) for low property taxes. Outside city limits, no city taxes.

School Disctrict: Troy ISD.

Restrictions: No Commercial Feed Lots, Poultry or Swine. No Junk Yards. Mobile Homes Allowed; Barndominiums Allowed.

Apache Creek Ranch

Posted on: September 18th, 2018 by Grothaus Sheldon

The 2,058 acre Apache Creek Ranch is for sale in Medina County, Texas. The occasion is special and rare when a property this large, this exquisite, and this well-located becomes available. This ranch is the epitome of that situation. Halfway between Devine and Yancey, just 10 minutes from I-35, an hour from the San Antonio International Airport and 30 minutes from Hondo Municipal Airport, this ranch checks all the boxes for the discerning ranch buyer, investor, or developer. Situated on the prized divide between sought after South Texas brush country and picturesque Hill Country terrain, in the famed region termed the Golden Triangle, this highly improved sporting paradise is being offered turnkey with endless options and opportunities.

With numerous excellent development options available to the owner of this property, one of them could certainly center on the excellent hunting reputation of this region. Medina County lies within the Golden Triangle of Whitetail Deer hunting in Texas, an area known the world over for the highest scoring deer. The long-term release of superior genetics Whitetail stock and excellent native brush protein sources of the area ensure world-class Whitetail hunting. The ranch is currently home to Whitetail and Axis deer, as well as Turkey, Dove, and Quail. Improved grasses have made for excellent quail hunting. There are 10 hunting blinds and corn feeders, as well as eight protein feeders, strategically placed across the ranch.

The Apache Creek Ranch has 1,650 high-fenced acres and 408 low-fenced acres with a distribution of 50% high protein brush, 40% lush pastures of improved grasses, and 10% hay production. With a gated entry from paved FM 2200, the ranch has extensive well-maintained all-weather roads to all corners of the ranch including the one and a half mile main entry road leading to the main home. There is a 20 acre pivot irrigated field on the southern portion of the ranch producing Tifton Bermuda. An extensive set of custom built cattle working pens and loading chutes in excellent condition are also in place. Ample ranching infrastructure is in place, including an 80 x 60 implement barn and workshop, a two-bay equipment barn with a game processing room with stainless steel work areas and walk-in cooler, a storage barn with several bunkrooms, and a horse barn with six stalls and a tack room.

Water is plentiful from redundant sources on the Apache Creek Ranch. In addition to the constant level two-and-one-half acre lake and one-and-one-half acre pond, which are maintained by water wells, there are nine other smaller ponds scattered across the ranch. There is also just under a mile of highly desirable frontage on Hondo Creek consisting of both sides of this regionally significant creek. The property is also supplied by water via two rural water meters with access points along FM 2200. 11 submersible wells and two windmills are strategically placed across the property.

Residential improvements on the property include an attractive and modern main home with spacious and comfortable open concept living and dining areas offering plenty of space to entertain large groups, The home also features a gourmet kitchen and many large windows for excellent natural light. Just outside the home is a large patio area, a covered outdoor kitchen with a fireplace, and a gorgeous pool, all surrounded by a meticulously landscaped yard. Just down the road from the main home is a two bedroom guest home with a carport and outdoor relaxation area near the barns. The entire barn compound area has been beautifully landscaped and irrigated.

The Apache Creek Ranchs approximately 2,058 acres of highly productive land, that is this close to San Antonio and in the heart of prime Whitetail country, the ranch doubles as both a revenue-generating asset and a recreational haven. The ranch can support a large and profitable cattle operation as it stands. It could easily become a legendary commercial hunting operation. And with the acreage involved and urban proximity, it could readily become a residential retreat development or any combination of all of these.

150 Ac Felps/Faircloth

Posted on: September 18th, 2018 by Flack Andy

In the heart of Tyler County, Texas, known for great soils and flowering dogwoods, near the New Hope community. The Felps/Faircloth tract is a beautiful forested property in managed Southern Pine Plantations, ranging in age from 2005 to 2007, interspersed with mixed pine/hardwood SMZs (Stream Side Management Zones. See stand map). Bisected by Theuvenins Creek. CR 4525 access. Competitively priced for the recreation and/or forestry buyer. Excellent wildlife and hunting!

61 Acres CR 62

Posted on: September 18th, 2018 by Flack Andy

RARE FIND! Forest industry land with first time open market offering in optimal rural recreation sizes. Managed pine tree plantations, intermixed with hardwood creek drains. Great access and road frontage. Near Lake Sam Rayburn, Jordans Creek, and adjoining Angelina National Forest.

444 Acres County Line Rd

Posted on: September 18th, 2018 by Flack Andy

Excellent location and road frontage in Willis ISD. Good topography and timber with some merchantable pine and huge hardwoods. In the path of development and progress. Good topography and drainage with minimal flood way along Caney Creek boundary to west. Approximately 5 miles east of I-45. Bisected by one petroleum pipeline. No well sites.

667 Acres Easement Road

Posted on: September 18th, 2018 by Flack Andy

Tucked in the heart of Tyler County, Texas, known for great soils and flowering dogwoods. The Bridges/Hopson/Boase Tract is a beautiful rolling forested property in managed Southern Pine Plantations, raging in age from 2000 to 2008-09, interspersed with mixed pine/hardwood SMZs (Stream Side Management Zones). 100 foot elevation change from north to south and bisected by Seven Mile Creek. Accessed by deeded easement for privacy/seclusion. Competitively priced for the recreation and/or forestry buyer. Excellent wildlife and hunting!

639 Ac CR 4280

Posted on: September 18th, 2018 by Flack Andy

Near the Mitchell Hill community just south of Woodville, TX, in the heart of Tyler County, Texas, known for great soils and flowering dogwoods. The tract is a beautiful rolling forested property in managed Southern Pine Plantations, ranging in age from 1999, 2003, and 2009, interspersed with mixed pine/hardwood SMZs (Stream Side Management Zones). 70 foot elevation change from north to south and bisected by Turkey Creek. Big access along CR 4280. Competitively priced for the recreation and/or forestry buyer. Excellent wildlife and hunting!