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33 Acres No Restrictions

Posted on: October 7th, 2022 by Frasier Richmond

Welcome to 13 Thunder Valley Road, 33 acres of prime Real Estate centered in the most sought after area of the Hill Country with easy access to downtown Boerne. The opportunities are endless with this one. The property is Agriculture Exempt, Unrestricted, and boasts 1200 linear feet of frontage on Thunder Valley Road with two entrances to the property opening the door to endless commercial development potential. There are multiple building sites offering picturesque views of the field and surrounding hills for any family that is wanting to make this their new permanent address. Menger Creek, a wet weather creek, runs through a portion of the property as well. On the property sits a charming, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom 1700 +/- square foot home that was built in 1975. Because of its location and size this property is highly desirable and will not last long. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!

Contact Krista Upham at 210-884-5276 for all questions and showings.

10 Acres SW Loop 336

Posted on: October 7th, 2022 by Markham Jeff

West of I-45, this tract fronts the East side of Loop 336, just south of Hwy 105 in Conroe, the County Seat of Montgomery County, which is one of the fastest growing areas in the state.

Property offers a cross access agreement with CVS Pharmacy allowing TXDOT approved access to SH 105 in addition to Loop 336 frontage.

TXDOT annual average daily traffic count for Loop 336 at the Intersection of Hwy 105 West bound is approximately 35,000.

Convenient to I 45, near major shopping areas including HEB, CVS, Conroe Market Place and many others. Minutes from a regional hospital and multiple medical specialists.

All utilities available. No flood plain issues, no major easements or other encumbrances.

Frio County | Martinez Ranch and Commercial Building | E of Pearsall

Posted on: October 7th, 2022 by Hoerster Ken

DESCRIPTION
The Martinez Ranch is a 18+/- acre unique multiple-use property located just outside Pearsall with no restrictions. The ranch features a beautiful 2012 custom-built 3,600+/- sf modern three-bedroom home with tile throughout and exterior limestone walls. The ranch includes cattle working pens and is ideal for grazing. The property also includes commercial frontage and offers a 2,700+/- sf two-bay machine and truck repair shop, extra outside work area, and plenty of parking on 2.3+/- acres. Equipment can convey and owner can be retained for training.

LOCATION
Located about a mile outside of Pearsall city limits, 55+/- miles from San Antonio, and 135+/- miles from Austin.

LAND
The terrain is flat with around half cleared for grazing and the other half remains heavy native brush. There is one small earthen tank that holds water during wet times.

IMPROVEMENTS
The 3,600+/- sf home was custom built in 2012 and has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. The home features nice tile flooring throughout, granite kitchen countertops, stacked rock backsplash, wooden bar, upstairs flex room, iron front door, hot tub master bath, 375+/- sf covered back patio, 225+/- sf covered gazebo patio, and a three-car garage. Other improvements include two awning-covered parking/storage areas, a 2,700+/- sf metal building, two awning-shaded exterior work areas, two offices, upstairs storage rod-iron fencing, windmill, and water well. All equipment can convey. The property also has a paved entrance.

WILDLIFE
In recent years this was a very productive white-winged dove flyway. Native to this property are wild hogs, whitetail, Rio Grande turkey, and Bob White quail.

WATER
One windmill and one water well are on the property. The city water line stops nearby on another property.

Texas Ranches For Sale, as Broker, asserts that the information contained herein is submitted without representation or warranty. All information is subject to error, omission, price change, changes in terms and conditions, prior sale, withdrawal from the market without notice, etc. Buyers verify assertions. Appointments for viewing are to be scheduled with Texas Ranches For Sale. Shown by appointment only. Buyers brokers 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 the sole discretion of Texas Ranches For Sale, Broker.

24 acres in Hays County, Texas

Posted on: October 5th, 2022 by Dutton Amy

This established Vineyard and Winery sits in the heart of the Hill Country just north of the tourist destination of Wimberley, Texas. The growth potential is unparalleled with populations exploding in this area and the less than one-hour proximity to Austin, San Antonio, San Marcos, and New Braunfels. The entire 24 acre perimeter of the property is high-fenced to keep harvests strong and provide a backdrop to the many facets that make Limestone Terrace Vineyard and Winery unique. From the wet weather creek running along the property’s western edge, the land slopes up to the east, providing the namesake terrace and yielding amazing long-range Hill Country views. Purchased in portions beginning in 2015, the current layout has been meticulously designed and added to over the years. There are approximately 7.5 acres under vine of the Sangiovese, Mourvedre, and Albarino varietals bringing flavors known traditionally from Italy, Spain, and Portugal. These vines are over five years mature, and their on-site harvest yields help produce multiple award-winning wines under the Limestone Terrace label. The recently renovated Tasting Room inside the Estate House allows guests to relax and unwind in complete comfort as they belly up to the bar or lounge in the leather sofa and chairs to connect and discuss life. A private tasting room is available within the Estate House for larger parties wanting to let loose a bit. A state-of-the-art commercial kitchen is also functional, serving charcuterie and the like to help curb the appetite of hungry patrons. Outside the Estate House, you can also sit in the afternoon breeze under the trees and umbrellas, sipping Estate Wine as you overlook the vineyard. Just up the hill, you will find the Tasting Tent. This permanent structure was built in 2021 to help with the demand created for the wines and views known to be unique to Limestone Terrace. The tent’s covered shade, the gentle breezes of being up on the terrace, and the long-range views of the Hill Country make the wine even more satiating. Outside the tent is a massive 2,500-square-foot two-level deck designed amongst the oak trees overlooking the main vineyard. A full bar set up for tastings and bottle service allows patrons to make an entire afternoon in the tent and on the deck overlooking the vines and listening to live music from the adjacent stage as they soothe their souls with the relaxing spirit of Limestone Terrace. Near the southern edge of the property lies the almost 3,800 square-foot Winery with a fully operational setup including laboratory, fermentation, and barrel aging. This state-of-the-art building contains all the equipment, tanks, cold storage, and barrels required to create, produce and bottle the Limestone Terrace labeled estate wines on site. The winery also actively produces wine for other vineyards under their labels as an additional revenue source. The side process is a large part of what makes Limestone Terrace stand alone in their operation. With six of the Limestone Terrace Estate Wines having won Gold, Silver, or Bronze medals in the 2021 Texas International Wine Competition, the winery has created a solid client base filled with wine connoisseurs and Hill Country residents alike. These award-winning wines are made from a combination of the on-site harvest yields grown in the Texas Hill Country AVA and carefully selected grapes grown in the Texas High Plains AVA. The passionate following created by these wines has led to increased sales year over year and continued expansion plans for new wine products. Limestone Terrace Vineyard and Winery also provides considerable additional growth and expansion opportunities. Indeed, one of the most readily available, the winery could be used to expand and generate different private label wines for other vineyards in the Texas Hill Country. If desired, the vineyard can be expanded to include additional acres. Another option could be a Bed and Breakfast community. Come see it!

110 S Masonic Street

Posted on: October 5th, 2022 by Steven Craig

Located in the heart of Bellville within walking distance to the square, you will find this beautiful two-story colonial home that was built in 1925 by architect, Alfred C. Finn. This storybook home is a true beauty both inside and out, from the original windows that offer lots of natural light to the large balcony that overlooks the well-manicured backyard. The bedrooms are all located upstairs and are very spacious and unique in different ways. Not only does this house have a captivating staircase but it also has a secondary one. The basement would be great for all your storage needs. The detached garage has space for one car and includes an apartment and large workshop area. The striking rock patio area would make a great outdoor dining space or be the perfect area for your friends and family to gather together for a cocktail party or summer cookout. This picturesque home is a must-see!

14 acres in Gillespie County, Texas

Posted on: October 4th, 2022 by Dutton Amy

A stunning and very rare 14 +/- acre Private Family Vineyard on the thriving and renowned 290 Hill Country Wine Trail. In the heart of Texas’ most coveted wine-growing AVA, this legacy estate proudly boasts over 1,100 feet of US Hwy 290 frontage and over 1,400 feet of Pedernales River frontage. The property also contains an additional live water border that feeds into the Pedernales River, making this property truly unique. Purchased with a vision, the raw land was an old farm and homestead overrun with scrub and brush and was painstakingly cleared and made fertile again with the dream of becoming a legacy private family vineyard. The original 1800s home is now the Tasting Room after being beautifully renovated and restored. Adjacent to the Tasting Room, enjoy outdoor seating under the pergola and an outdoor kitchen serving delicious farmhouse sandwiches and Charcuterie. And, of course, a sizeable outdoor Veranda overlooking the beautiful and mighty Pedernales River. Guests enjoy live music on the weekends while laying on blankets stretched out on the pristine lawn overlooking the river while relaxing with private label vineyard produced wine or walking among the heritage hardwood trees as they meander by the river allowing themselves to surrender to the euphoria. With approximately 2.5 acres of mature vines already planted in a combination of Tannat and Mourvedre, the annual harvest is an astounding 4 tons per acre due to the fertile soils of the Pedernales River valley and the state of the art irrigation systems in place. Untapped land lies ready for multiple acres of additional vines to be planted and cultivated, which could make this one of the Hill Country’s most extensive producing vineyards given the proven harvest yields. The private label wines produced from these on-site harvests have created a solid client base with a passionate following. A favorite for traveling wine connoisseurs and Hill Country residents alike, the wine sales and vineyard profits continue to grow year over year. An impressive retail store full of vineyard merchandise and everything Texas also sits right outside the Tasting Room for an additional revenue stream. Guests can belly up to the bar and have a tasting as they browse the store items and find a piece of the Texas Hill Country to take home with them. Additional growth and expansion opportunities for this property are endless. The vineyard can be expanded to multiple additional acres, also producing high-end grape yields and wine production could be brought on site. There could also be a Bed and Breakfast community established with multiple dwellings to host travelers for an extended time. Simple construction could also introduce a state-of-the-art indoor wedding and event venue or could easily create a one-of-a-kind live music venue under the stars while serving vineyard private label wine to the captured audiences as they overlook the Pedernales River. There are more than 400 wineries in Texas, making it the fifth-largest wine-producing state in the nation. According to the Texas Wine & Grape Growers Association, Texas wineries attract more than 1.7 million tourists each year and the Texas wine industry contributes an astounding $13.1 Billion of Economic Value to the State of Texas. The Hill Country is home to over 100 wineries and vineyards, and Gillespie County is the epicenter of Texas Wine Country boasting more than 50 wineries, vineyards and tasting rooms. This area of Texas is home to the second most visited wine region in the United States. Accordingly, the Texas Hill Country was placed in the top three as “10 Best Wine Regions in the US” by USA Today’s 10 Best 2021.

Grangerland Road Corner

Posted on: October 4th, 2022 by Larry Jacobs

HARD CORNER, Approx 1.43 unrestricted acres on the Corner of FM 2090 and Grangerland Rd. Property has approx. 250′ of frontage on FM 2090 and approx 200′ of frontage on Grangerland Rd…additional acreage may be available. Located in the fast growing Grangerland Area, property is approx 800′ from the 62 acre Conroe ISD tract thats currently under construction. Caney Creek High School and Moorehead Junior High are located on the corner of FM 2090 and 1485…approx 1/2 mile from property. Grangerland Road has access via FM 2090 and FM 3083, Grangerland Intermediate & Ben Milam Elementary schools are located on the corner of FM 3083 & Grangerland Road. Ideal location for Fast Food, Convenient Store or whatever you prefer.

20 Acres in Buda, TX | Outstanding Location

Posted on: October 1st, 2022 by Murray Dave

Only 5 minutes to SH45 and 183, this 20 acre tract is prime for development or an incredible ranchette just a stones throw from Austin. The surrounding Buda/Creedmoor area is rapidly growing with numerous residential and multifamily developments underway. Only 8 miles to the recently announced $20 billion Micron Technology chip site near Lockhart and 20 minutes to the Austin airport.

The property has excellent, buildable topography and is completely out of the flood zone. A mix of small oaks and mesquite populate the landscape as well as three small ponds.

Ag exemption in place.
*Lot lines are approximate
Contact Scout Hannon for showings and info. 512.517.0511

Comfort Commercial

Posted on: September 25th, 2022 by Powell Rae

Prime commercial location in Comfort, Texas one of the fastest growing towns in the Hill Country. A chance to own Front Street property with retail, restaurant and possible Airbnb income. Property consist of retail space currently occupied by Alamo Market and two houses. Lot is .83 acres +/-.

Dimmit Co. – RV Park

Posted on: September 24th, 2022 by Inman Cynthia

UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITIES in Carrizo Springs, Texas with a 3.5 acre property with all city utilities and high visibility! Brush County Oasis RV Park is the longest running park in the county with 50 spaces and good reviews. Less than 2 hours Southwest of San Antonio with easy drives to Uvalde, Bandera, Hondo, and Kerrville. Seller cannot offer owner financing, seeking cash offer.

Main road frontage on Hwy 277 (Pena Street) , with additional frontage on 23rd Street and 22nd Street, with two interior roads.
Carrizo Springs is home to a considerable amount of oil and gas companies, solar farm development, border patrol and is a growing town offering an assortment of good cafes and shopping. Also adjacent to the Lion’s Club baseball field and park.

2831’36″N 9951’45″W (28.526699, -99.862423)
US Highway 83
State Hwy 85 & FM 2644
50 miles S of Uvalde
44 miles SE of Eagle Pass and the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino
45 miles SW of Dilley
W of Cotulla
8 miles NW of Asherton
82 miles NW of Laredo
45 miles N of the Mexico border
Population: 5,800 Est. (2016)
5,368 (2010) 5,655 (2000) 5,745 (1990)

Carrizo Springs is the oldest town in Dimmit County. The name comes from the local springs (and the reeds) and the settlement began around 1865.