5-Mile Crossing

Posted on: April 25th, 2018 by Tyler Wright

Located 5 miles East of Menard on FM 2092 along the San Saba River. owner/broker

– One water well with submersible pump
– Approx 3,300 ft of river frontage
– Hundreds of large pecan trees
– One nice size hole of water and other good fishing holes along this property.
– Electric is on the property
– There is more property available to the south! Call FMI

This property is very easy to access from paved FM 2092. Lots of wildlife and excellent fishing/kayaking along the San Saba River!

Cypress River Ranch (Medina River)

Posted on: April 24th, 2018 by Swope Louie

The Cypress River Ranch is a beautiful 304 acre live water ranch that features the cypress lined, crystal clear Medina River located just outside of Bandera, Texas. The spring fed Medina River offers gorgeous scenery along with abundant recreational opportunities such as wade fishing, kayaking, floating and swimming. Cypress River Ranch is also comprised of grass prairie land that is scattered with large sprawling oak trees throughout the ranch. A 3,900 sqft rock home overlooking a pasture is present on the ranch along with two smaller guest houses. With frontage on highway 16; an accommodating and beautiful, accessible river frontage and only minutes from the town of Bandera, this property would be perfect for a recreational buyer or an investor.

WILDLIFE: The ranch is home to an abundance of native wildlife including whitetail deer, axis deer, turkey, dove and hogs. The river has a healthy population of largemouth bass, sunfish, bluegill and catfish.

WATER: The major water feature the ranch has to offer is the Medina River. The entire river frontage is very accessible. This crystal clear rock bottom river makes for the perfect hill country swimming hole. In addition, the ranch also has two small tanks.

TERRAIN: Cypress River Ranch has a rolling to relatively flat terrain. The ranch is covered with towering oak trees throughout, featuring a large number of live oak and post oak trees. The rolling prairies of grass with the large oak trees make for pretty vistas.

IMPROVEMENTS: The ranch has three homes on the property. The main house is a 3,900 square foot rock home that was built in 1952. The house is very well constructed but is in need of some updates. The other two guest homes are 1,130 sqft and 768 sqft.

WELLS: The ranch has three water wells.

River Valley Ranch

Posted on: April 23rd, 2018 by Davidson Charles

The stunning Pedernales River valley between Cypress Mill and Johnson City is one of the most idyllic areas in our Texas Hill Country. River Valley Ranch, by all measures, represents the best this area has to offer. With its 1.3 miles of unspoiled river frontage, including a 20 acre natural lake with cascading runs on each end of it, rolling terrain, native grasses, majestic trees, diverse habitat, wildlife and unobstructed views that go on forever, this ranch is ready for its next steward. Less than 20 miles from the Hill Country Galleria, River Valley Ranch is an absolute escape from the crowds in one of the most peaceful settings that can be found in the Texas Hill Country.

The owners of the River Valley Ranch chose to donate a Conservation Easement on this fabulous property to protect the unique ecological values along the Pedernales River Valley for future owners and heirs to enjoy the quiet solitude it offers. Thousands of acres in on this part of the Pedernales have Conservation Easements which ensure that much of the area will remain in its natural state and be an oasis of nature close to rapidly developing Austin. As owner of the property you would be part of one of the largest conservation neighborhoods in Texas.

Note: This past week I went down to the river on the ranch to get some new late evening photos. After settling down on a boulder overlooking the river, I was struck by how quiet this ranch truly is. For an hour the only indication that any people existed was only the occasional jet flying over at 35,000 feet. One cannot hear any road noise, motors, nothing. The only thing to be heard was the background of mourning dove, bass crashing bait on the river, and the occasional turkey gobble. To believe that I was less than an hour from downtown Austin was unimaginable. The advantage of being within a "Conservation Neighborhood" was brought home.

Location: The ranch is located about 4 miles southwest of the town of Cypress Mill on paved Cypress Mill Road. The ranch is located 7 miles northeast of Johnson City and 30 miles west of Austin. Access to great shopping, golf courses and dining is close by, if one actually has any desire to leave the ranch.

Habitat: The ranch location is along the eastern front of the Edwards Plateau and is dominated by rolling terrain of native bunch grasses such as little bluestem and blue grama. Wooded areas consist of post oaks and live oaks, with some ashe junipers and mesquites mixed in with the oaks as well as sycamore, elm, and hackberry trees. Along the river, there are cypress, pecans and ash trees. Stands of thicker brush can be found in the under story of the trees in many areas, particularly along the multiple creeks and drainages winding down to the river.

Most of the land has desirable sandy loam soils with mixed limestone outcrops. The majority of the property is very usable, with gently rolling hills that are easily accessible. The ranch owners have not grazed the ranch for years and the cover of native grasses is extensive and in excellent condition.

Wildlife: The ranch is teeming with white-tailed deer, turkey, dove and some quail plus some feral hogs. Being kept in a natural state over the years, hunting is excellent and has been limited to just family and friends.

Improvements: There are no permanent structures on the ranch except for one small old barn. There are numerous roads on the ranch that are both paved and caliche covered. The perimeter fencing is in excellent condition. Several good caliche pits are on the ranch for internal use. There are also several electric service lines running through the property that allow easy access in multiple areas.

Water: This ranch sits over a very good aquifer and has excellent groundwater. Currently there are five water wells on the property, with two in operation. There are 1.3 miles of frontage of the Pedernales River on the ranch and it is all very accessible. The top of end of the river on the ranch and the lower area are primarily rocky outcrops with flowing water over small waterfalls and rapids. The center of the river run is dominated by Lake Lester, a 20-acre area that is deep and wide providing excellent recreational opportunities. This section of river sees very limited river traffic due to lack of nearby public accessibility

Conservation Easement: This ranch has a Conservation Easement on it to protect the property in its natural state. Being a negotiated easement, it is landowner friendly, while protecting the conservation values of the property and includes some notable aspects summarized below:

The ranch may be split in up to seven separate ranches. Each ranch may develop their own building envelope. This could also be created to have six ranches with a common area river frontage enjoyed by the up to six ranches.

Cattle may be grazed with a qualified grazing plan, and horses are allowed as well.

Current roads may all be maintained and new roads maybe built to access any new building envelopes. There are several caliche pits on the property, which may be used for road upkeep.

No restrictions on hunting and fishing, blind placement, etc. and food plots are allowed.

A copy of the easement document is available on request.

Electricity: Electricity is found at various places throughout the ranch.

Property Taxes: The property is currently taxed at 1-d-1 (Open Space) Agricultural Use valuation (under Wildlife Management), where applicable.

Minerals: The owners believe they own some minerals, which will transfer with the sale of the ranch. The exact amount is unknown.

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Meyer 5 acres

Posted on: April 21st, 2018 by Virdell Tory

This 5 acres is an exceptional & RARE tract with 250+/- on the Llano River! There is NO home on the property, there is an RV Hook-Up and there is a water well. The covered patio is great for a small gathering or picnic area. The small storage room can store your fishing gear or toys for playing in the river. The River is on the property side and has a great channel along the bank for swimming and fishing. This is truly the Llano River at its BEST!

The RV can be purchased($20K+/-) separately if wanted.

House and 9 acres on the Rive

Posted on: April 21st, 2018 by Mike Barbour

What a wonderful place this is! A nice home in excellent condition on the prettiest river in Texas, the Llano River. The water is clear and clean and flows right by this property. The acreage is wooded with trees and wildlife habitat, and there are extras like a guest cabin as well!

The home is a '99 model modular home, with a concrete pier foundation, of 1,640 square feet. It has 3 bedrooms plus an office adjoining the master bedroom. There are 2 full baths; the master bath is roomy and has a garden tub. Both the indoor and outdoor air conditioning units are new, installed in 2017!

The den has a working fireplace with a blower. Lots of cabinets in the large kitchen, which also has an island and a serving bar. The dining room is on one side of the kitchen, and the breakfast area is on the other. Next to the breakfast area is the utility room.

Behind the home is a quaint frame cabin. It is a 26 x 24 building with a concrete foundation. All the oversized covered windows open up to make a great breezy place for entertaining and living. It has a wood-burning stove and a kitchenette with a gas range and a refrigerator. With the 3/4 bathroom, it is just right for friends or grand-kids.

The property is well watered with its own well. It is a very good well, producing 25 gallons per minute. Additional features include a storage building and a tool shed. All of these are on acreage which includes a natural area for wildlife. And lots of wildlife frequent the area. The acreage fronts on the sandy "beach" along the Llano River, which is a great place for walking the dog and other types of recreation. The river itself is beautiful clear water, great for fishing or canoeing. The banks are wooded with oak, elm and pecan trees.

It's a very attractive property, ready for quiet country living and many activities.

Prop #20

Posted on: April 21st, 2018 by Jan Hutchison

6+A with cute 3BR/2BA home. The property offers river frontage to the backside and access directly from Hwy 55 on the front. There is an abundance of excellent native and exotic wildlife to enjoy. This property offers your family the availability of hours of family adventure whether hunting, swimming, kayaking or treasure hunting. There is shopping, schools and banking within minutes of your front door.

3 ac River

Posted on: April 14th, 2018 by Tyler Wright

3 acres out in Eastern Menard Co on the San Saba River. Water well and Electric is on the property along with a nice size storage building that is in the process of being converted to a cabin. The river bottom has been well kept and great for BBQ'n and fishing, kayaking, & more. Asking $79,484

Tract 14 out of the SanSaba River Ranch

San Gabriel River 30 ac.

Posted on: April 14th, 2018 by Virdell Tory


Raw Land on the San Gabriel River is a rare find with 725 of river frontage and very little floodplain. The massive cliffs offer safety from a flood and also spectacular views of the surrounding Hill Country. There is good access to the river along the trails leading to the currently Live Water. The land is akin to a State Park, as it has been cleaned up beautifully, and with much Pride in Ownership from the existing ranching family that will soon be your new neighbor. There dozens of Big Post Oaks, Live Oaks & Red Oaks throughout the Land. There has been a new caliche road added for great access to the many Wonderful homesites atop the cliffs. Youll be above the San Gabriel River that offers Incredible views of the Hill Country & your new Ranch! Besides the River you could create a pond from the caliche area that was used for the road and for Groundwater this particular area lays atop the Hickory Sands and Trinity Aquifers. Electricity is already on the property and with the Aquifer situation you can install your water well in whatever location is most convenient. You have 380+ paved Ranch Road 1174 access to the well maintained County Road 326 where the gate currently exists. Dont miss out on this rare opportunity to own part of the San Gabriel River, spectacular land and easy access to Burnet, Marble Falls and Austin, Texas, all within 45 minutes or less. Bertram will be the town you call home on this Wonderful & Rare find!

An additional 31 acres can possibly be purchased for a total of over 61 acres.

San Gabriel River – 30 Acres

Posted on: April 13th, 2018 by Leverett Clayton

Location: Located 3 miles S/SW of Bertram, Texas and approximately 45 minutes from Austin, Texas.

Description: Gently sloping land from Ranch Road 1174 down to the river. Gorgeous cliff faces above the river allow great views and good building sites well out of the flood plain. Hundreds of Live, Post, and Red Oaks throughout the property.

Water: Approximately 725 of San Gabriel with both sides of the riverbank on the property. Currently, there are no water wells but groundwater can typically be found in the area between 300-400 feet.

Access: Access is via County Road 326 off of FM 1174.

Improvements: There are no improvements on the property. Electricity is located on the property running along FM 1174.

Financial: $525,000 and seller will provide title insurance and current survey. 30 additional adjoining acres available.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as required by proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.

Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of listing broker.

Rocking W

Posted on: April 5th, 2018 by Carpenter David

If you are looking for water front property with wonderful views and abundant wildlife, this is the land for you! Beautiful property located approximately 1 mile up river from Highway 36 bridge over Leon River. Access the water by what is believed to be a "historic wagon trail" for old river crossings. Ideal for hunting, secluded home site, or just to enjoy nature.