TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

0.8 acres in Bell County, Texas

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

NW Corner West Main Street & Trojan Road, Troy Texas 76579.

Approximately 35,000 square foot retail/commercial development site. Frontage on West Main Street
Secondary frontage on Trojan Road. Adjacent to Trojan Carwash and Troy High School. Zoned General Business. $2.50 per square foot.

5.715 Ac, 3308 & 3310 S 5th St

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

5.715 Acres of Mostly Level Development Land on South 5th Street, just South of Southeast H K Dodgen Loop 363. Currently Zoned SF-1. All City utilities available.

Near both Baylor Scott & White Memorial and the Central TX Veteran's Hospitals as well as being adjacent to the Texas A&M Agrilife Research Facility on Blackland Road.

Temple, Texas is situated in one of the booming economic corridors in the nation along IH-35 and the "Golden Triangle."

526 acres in Edwards County, Texas

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Lewis Lem

Silver Horn Ranch
526 +/- Acres
Edwards, County
Barksdale, TX

AWESOME CABIN – Sleeps 14 with 2 baths, approximately 1200 sq ft, central heat and air, full kitchen with stainless appliances tongue & groove wood ceilings, wood floors, large front & back decks with AMAZING scenic overlooks of hills, canyons, caves and a dry creek.
There is also a custom fire pit and 30 x 40 Shop building with lean-to for equipment.

All low fenced and fair chase with 12,000-acre neighbor & 15,000-acre neighbor.

Very heavily trophy managed ranch with many species of wildlife: Zebras, Turkey, Quail, Dove, Bear, Hogs, Elk, Whitetail deer, Axis, Aoudad, Fallow Deer, Sika as well and a wide variety of varmints such as fox and porcupines.

Excellent deer genetics161 BNC Buck & 172 taken here.

State of the art feeders and deer stands included.
Call for price details.

Dietrich Rd

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by John C ( Jay) Jones III

Property has great trees (Post Oaks with some Live Oaks), live water (Gamenthaler Creek), great well (40GPM, 140 feet deep), underground utilities in place, low water crossing: all just 6 miles north of Fredericksburg. The secluded property has easy access off Dietrich Road. The land is well manicured with towering Post Oaks and sandy loam soils. There are several outstanding locations to build your country home. The deed restrictions are easy to work with. Water well, well house, fenced garden and a workshop (24×24) are in place.

Equipment, tools, and other misc items in the shed/workshop are not included in the sale.

Bridgeport Lakeview Ranch

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Davidson Charles

The Bridgeport Lakeview Ranch represents the rare opportunity to buy a larger ranch with diverse scenery, a desirable location, and abundant recreational opportunities northwest of Fort Worth. All of this is mixed with an eye towards future development because the ranch is located between Jacksboro and Bridgeport. The main feature of this ranch is the dynamic ridge line that runs the eastern and southern areas of the property with expansive views across the Jasper Creek bottom and east towards Lake Bridgeport.

Location: The ranch is approximately 50 miles from Fort Worth on the border of Jack and Wise counties, and approximately 5 miles from both the Runaway Bay and Wizard Wells communities. The property is just west of Lake Bridgeport, with gated access off of Highway 380 and also from the Jim Ned road on the north side.

Land: This rustically scenic property boasts elevation changes of over 200 in multiple areas, going from approximately 870 to 1070. The lower elevation areas include densely wooded, clay soil hillsides with scrub oaks and the ranch is complimented by more open mesquite flats and live oak motts in the loamy soil areas with higher elevation. There is a good road system throughout the ranch allowing for access to most areas.

Water: Three small springs feed a few seasonal creeks that flow down the hillsides, and in addition, there are 6 ponds scattered around the property. This area receives approximately 30 inches of rain annually.

Wildlife: Whitetail deer, hogs, turkeys, and dove are the target species for the sportsman and hunter.

Shown by appointment only.

The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment or type of use, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination.

Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the States of Texas; Oklahoma; and New Mexico are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas real estate, New Mexico real estate or Oklahoma real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction.

When buying investment property the buyer's agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Republic Ranches, LLC.

+/-584 Ac JAG Ranch

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Davidson Charles

The excellent waterfowl hunting, saltwater fishing, hogs, deer, and dove, plus good pastures make the JAG Ranch a fantastic combination recreational property/working ranch with unique diversity. Unobstructed views of the flats and Lavaca Bay, plus over 3.5 miles of combined bay and creek frontage enhance the value of this property and the long term development prospects.

Location: The ranch is located approximately 20 miles southeast of Victoria and approximately 5.5 miles north of Port Lavaca on the northeast end of Lavaca Bay with paved FM road access to the entry. The Calhoun County Airport is minutes away (5,004 asphalt runway), and the nearby Victoria Regional Airport is also very convenient for larger planes.

Habitat: The ranch consists of an estimated +327 acres of upland pastures and brush, and +257 acres of tidal flats. The pastures are a nice mix of clean, open grasslands and areas of dense brush game habitat. Mesquites and huisache are the predominant brush species, but there are also more southerly browse plants such as lime prickly ash present on the ranch. Hackberry and cedar elm are the predominant trees, along with some nice live oaks. The tidal flats are largely grazeable wintertime pasture, and feature two main ponds of +3.5 and +2.5 acres, along with numerous smaller potholes that are great duck hunting spots.

Placedo Creek flows along the ranchs border for +3.5 miles, emptying into Lavaca Bay at the ranchs northeastern corner, with the shoreline of the bay forming part of the ranchs border.

Wildlife: There is a great combination of game on this property (waterfowl, dove, deer, hogs).

Placedo Creek is an area known to local sportsmen as a hotspot for speckled trout and redfish. Much of the creek can be fished from the bank and accessed by pickup or ATV, and there is a public boat ramp just down the shoreline from the ranch.

The ponds and potholes provide excellent duck hunting opportunities. Deer, hogs, and varmints frequent the upland pastures, and dove hunting can be excellent.

Water: Three windmills provide water for livestock & game in the pastures, and there is an electric well located at the implement barns.

Minerals: Surface only is being conveyed in this sale.

History: Owned by the same family for over 100 years, this farm and ranch was originally purchased by early 1900s Calhoun County Judge Willett Wilson.

Price: Asking $2,026,480 or $3,470/acre.

The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents, and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment or type of use, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination.

Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the States of Texas; Oklahoma; and New Mexico are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather-related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions, and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction.

When buying investment property the buyers agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Republic Ranches, LLC.

Sunny Dell Farm

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Davidson Charles

Sunny Dell Farm presents a charming, well-maintained, family-oriented property. This peaceful and secluded setting comes with a 5BR/4BA immaculate, modern farmhouse, West Navidad River frontage, rolling pastures, and a constant level 5 acre stocked lake. The property was designed for family gatherings and outdoor recreational enjoyment that all family members can enjoy through the years.

Location and Access: The location of this ranch is in the highly sought after Schulenberg/Halletsville area with easy access from Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. Access is off of a beautiful tree-lined, private road only a few miles east of Hwy 77 and 6 miles south of Schulenberg off I-10. The surrounding neighborhood is composed of small, well-kept farms, pasture land, and quiet rural communities.

The Land: The property is a good mixture of improved pastures and undisturbed wooded areas. The pastures include irrigated Coastal Bermuda that yield large round bales of hay each year. These pastures are interspersed with groves of large hardwoods, including many magnificent oak trees. The magnificent oaks are said to be some of the largest and oldest in the county. Thick clusters of trees populate both sides of the West Navidad River as it courses through the property.

Water Features: The west fork of the Navidad River crosses a portion of the northeastern section of the ranch for a distance of approximately 2/3 mile. In addition, a pump fed, constant level, 5 acre lake is fed by a strong well located in the middle of the property just below the house. This is a recreational lake stocked with bass. On this lake is a large pier which has a screened in area with running water and a sink for cleaning fish. Another excellent well is located near the house. Of major note, in the southwest section of the property there is a constant flowing large spring, lined with towering oak trees which form a canope over a display of native ferns. There is also a spring-fed pond located on the east side of the property providing access for livestock.

Improvements: Centrally located in the property is the 5BR/4BA house with 2 fireplaces constructed in 1983 and remodeled in 1998 with hardiplank siding. Located at a higher elevation, this home features panoramic views of the surrounding countryside plus the large lake down below. Other features include an attractive outdoor firepit with stone foundation and a nearby built-in large barbeque pit, both located just west of the house. Other building improvements are a barn, 2 equipment sheds, and a well-appointed workshop fully equipped with power tools. A nice feature for the sportsman is a trap and skeet range with 4 shooting stations for sporting clays located below the home and by the lake. This property sale will include all furniture and fixtures, kitchen appliances and utensils, and farm equipment, including a John Deere Model 542 tractor, new doublewide shredder, an irrigation hose trailer, a John Deere Z425 mower, and 2 UTVs, a Polaris Ranger and a John Deere 64 Gator.

Equipment Inventory:

John Deere Mower Z425

Honda Big Red Three-Wheeler

Kawasaki 300 Four-Wheeler

Polaris Ranger XP 2-Seater, Power Steering, Winch

John Deere 64 Gator UTV

John Deere Tractor 542 Model

New Shredder for Tractor

Irrigation Equipment Trailer

Miscellaneous Yard Maintenance Tools

Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, small game animals, doves, and ducks frequent the property year-round along with songbirds.

Electricity: Provided by Fayette Electric Co-Op Inc.

Minerals: Seller to convey 25% of Sellers 100% minerals, plus full Executive Rights.

4Robertson Ranch

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Hortenstine Blake

PROPERTY OVERVIEW: The 4Robertson Ranch is located in the southeastern corner of Coke County approximately 3 miles south of Tennyson, Texas, and 24 miles north of San Angelo, Texas. This high fenced recreational ranch features a desirable combination of changing topography, big views, numerous surface and underground water sources, excellent wildlife habitat, and quality structural site improvements. The property is set up to grow and manage high caliber whitetail and exotics, operate as a top-tier breeding facility, and commercial hunting operation, but could also be simply utilized as a private recreational family ranch.

DIRECTIONS FROM SAN ANGELO: Take US-277 north for 22 miles to Saynor Lane on right. Follow Saynor Lane east for 0.9 miles to the intersection of Tennyson Road. Turn right and continue south on Tennyson Road for 1.0 mile to the gated ranch entrance on the left.

DIRECTIONS FROM ABILENE: Take US-277 south for approximately 62.5 miles to Saynor Lane on left. Follow Saynor Lane east for 0.9 miles to the intersection of Tennyson Road. Turn right and continue south on Tennyson Road for 1.0 mile to the gated ranch entrance on the left.

TERRAIN: Rugged cedar and mesquite covered hills line the eastern portion of the ranch as similarly wooded ridges and points protrude into the property from the south. These topographical features combine to provide ~ 125’ of elevation change across the ranch as the hilltops descend into draws and valleys. Panoramic views of the property and surrounding countryside abound, including distant observations of Mount Margaret to the north near Tennyson, Gobbler Hill to the northwest, and Kiser Mountain to the west. The lower lying areas offer a nice mixture of mesquite flats, scattered cedar, native, and improved grass pasture. Approximately 70% of the property is heavily to moderately wooded with thick brush cover and native browse for wildlife. The remaining 30% is gently sloping open pastureland and areas suitable for wildlife food plots. Soils primarily consist of the Berda-Vernon-Potter association, Cho, Sagerton clay loam, and Nuvalde silty clay loam.

RANCH HEADQUARTERS FACILITY: The 4R’s impressive headquarters facility is fully equipped with a large office, shop, two bunkrooms, kitchen, lab, and enclosed/climate controlled deer handling room with Priefert chute system. This facility was constructed in 2016, provides approximately 8,800 SF of enclosed space, and has a total of 15,500 SF under roof. Fawn pens are housed on the east side under 3,700 SF of covered area and vehicles, utv’s, and ranch equipment under 3,000 SF of covered area on the west side. As part of a turn-key sale all furnishings and deer handling equipment located at the headquarters facility may be included.

ADDITIONAL STRUCTURAL SITE IMPROVEMENTS: A 2,280 SF 4/2 ranch house is located on the west side of the property with easy access to Tennyson Road. This rock home with metal roof was constructed in 2016 and provides two full length porches across the front and back for outdoor enjoyment, offers quality interior finishes, and also comes fully furnished as part of a turn-key sale. Water is supplied from a nearby water well with well house and storage tank.

Perched on a hilltop on the east side of the ranch is a 1,200 SF lodge, 750 SF bunkhouse, and 1,200 SF shop. These improvements were constructed in 2016 & 2012 respectively and are primarily used as comfortable lodging for guests and hunters. A second water well is located here and supplies the lodge and bunkhouse. Note: Construction dates and square footages were obtained from the Coke County Appraisal District.

FENCES & DEER PENS: There are ~ 8 miles of perimeter and interior high game fence in excellent condition that was constructed in 2016. Two large automatic gate entrances with key pad access provide entry on the north and west sides of the property from Tennyson Road. There are 34 250’ x 175’ deer pens connected to the headquarters facility and deer handling room by a series of alleys. Most of the pens are equipped with sheds, automatic water troughs, alfalfa hay racks, and 1,250# All-Seasons protein feeders.

WILDLIFE & HUNTING: The majority of whitetail deer and exotics have been removed allowing a new owner to stock the ranch to their own desires. There are believed to be 75 100 axis, Russian boar, and some whitetail that will remain on the property. The remaining whitetail are estimated to be in the 160- 175 range. Quail hunting at the 4R can be phenomenal and Rio Grande turkey are also in good numbers. There are 6 tower blind setups strategically placed through the property with 1 protein feeder and 8 corn feeders in place.

WATER: Two water wells supply water to the structural improvements as well as the deer pens. There are four surface ponds fed by a number of wet weather creeks & branches that meander through the ranch, providing additional water sources for wildlife and recreation. One of the ponds was recently enlarged to ~ 2 surface acres.

MINERALS: Minerals are negotiable.

EASEMENTS: An electric transmission line and pipeline right of way cross the ranch from southwest to north.

UTILITIES: Concho Valley Electric Coop provides electrical service to the ranch. Wireless LTE high speed internet service is available through West Central Net.

SCHOOL DISTRICT: Bronte Independent School District

PROPERTY TAXES: The property is under a wildlife exemption and the annual property taxes for 2018 were $8,734.

PRICE: $3,750 per acre ($2,295,000)

CONTACT:

Bret Polk, Agent
254-965-0349 mobile

Valley View Ranch

Posted on: December 10th, 2018 by Brady Anders

VALLEY VIEW RANCH IS AN UNIMPROVED BLANK CANVAS PROPERTY ONLY 20 MINUTES FROM FREDERICKSBURG.

LOCATION
The property is located 26.1 miles east of Fredericksburg and 9.9 miles west of Johnson City, just south of US-290 along the west line of Rocky Road. The property is accessed by a private easement road. DO NOT TRESPASS.
WATER
There are 2,790' of a seasonal creek traversing the south part of the property that flows into the west fork of Rocky Creek. There are multiple locations along the seasonal creek for water development. The ranch is serviced by one (1) water well currently used for livestock watering. Average annual rainfall is 31.53 for the local area.
LAND
There is good amount of live oak and Spanish oak throughout the ranch, although it is presently obscured by cedar in many areas. There are tremendous views from the north end of the ranch to the east and south that could be created with moderate brush clearing. Approximately 35 ac +/- are currently in native pastures with deep, rich soils. Property elevation ranges from 1,465' to 1,600' +/-. There is a healthy mix of live oak, Spanish oak, Cedar elm and other native varieties that provide excellent habitat for wildlife. White-tailed deer and Axis deer are abundant. The ranch is accessed by a recorded, private easement road (insurable access). DO NOT TRESPASS.
IMPROVEMENTS
Interior access is provided by unimproved ranch roads typical of the area. The property is low-fenced on the east, west, and south boundaries. There is a small pole barn/carport of nominal value near the water well.
FINANCIAL / TITLE
The ranch currently carries an Agricultural Exemption. The seller will deliver existing survey and provide basic title insurance. Mineral rights which the Seller owns will not be conveyed to the Buyer at Closing.

Gillespie County – Parker Ranch – W of Fredericksburg

Posted on: December 8th, 2018 by Hoerster Ken

Incredible Views – Building Sites – Abundant Wildlife

The 43 +/- acre Parker Ranch exhibits incredible views among a wonderful Hill Country backdrop. Situated 15 +/- miles west of popular Fredericksburg, Texas, this convenient location is be ideal for a permanent residence or weekend retreat.

LAND

The Parker Ranch is comprised of a nice combination of bottom land with a gentle rise in elevation. The southern portion of the property consists of fertile soils ideal for a personal orchard or garden. The southwest corner of the property is a natural drainage area that could potentially hold surface water. The land slightly rises in elevation to the north atop a hill resting at 1,985 +/- asl. Multiple building sites in the higher elevations take advantage of beautiful Hill Country views. Vegetation includes a healthy array of native grasses and a variety of oak including Heritage, Spanish and Blackjack. A large portion of cedar has been selectively removed with the remaining retained for wildlife cover.

The Ranch is accessed by a private caliche road off FM 2093 through an iron automatic gate entrance. The private road has a maintenance agreement in place and traverses along the east boundary of the property serving two additional neighbors. There is an access easement down the west boundary line to access a neighboring property.

IMPROVEMENTS

The property is raw land with no structural improvements in place.

WILDLIFE

Wildlife includes white tail deer, axis deer, turkey, dove and other animals native to the Hill Country.

WATER

The property does not have a water well.