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TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

10 Acres – Seller Financing – Water & Electric – No Restrictions (Green Acres)

Posted on: November 14th, 2019 by Spillers Russell

40 acres in McCulloch County, Texas

Posted on: October 30th, 2019 by Mike Barbour

Fabulous Austin Stone home located just outside of Brady, Texas. This home, along with a one bedroom guest house, has 40 acres, a pond, and a horse barn. This is not your average country home, but rather a large (over 2500 sq. ft.) beautifully landscaped home with extraordinary views.
This home was built in 2006. It is a 4BR, 2.5BA home with a two car (oversized) garage. It has extra storage space in the garage as well as floored attic space. A beautiful fireplace in the great room draws your attention which then leads you to the awesome view visible through the double pane windows on either side of the fireplace. There is a small breakfast nook off the kitchen as well as a formal dining room. The kitchen is very nicely designed with all the necessities and then some. Appliances will convey.
The bedrooms are split design with two on each side of the house. Currently, one bedroom is being used as an office. The master bedroom is roomy enough for exercise equipment, office space, or a lounge chair if you would prefer. The master bath has a separate bath, shower, double vanity and private commode area. The remaining bedrooms have a jack and jill bath between them. Each room has a large closet and ceiling fans.
In 2013, a one bedroom, one bath guest home was built on the property. It has a magnificent great room with fireplace. It does not have a formal kitchen, but there is a large bar area with sink. It has an ice machine, a wine cooler, a dishwasher and microwave. The bedroom has a huge walk-in closet while the bath has a walk in shower. There is also a two car garage with this home. Any guest would enjoy these private accommodations. Large outdoor patios behind the main house as well as by the guest house leave plenty of space for entertaining.
A 30 x 40 barn has three stalls and a tack room. There is one stock tank on the property. The terrain is mostly cleared with scattered Oaks and Mesquite. The entire home is surrounded by pipe and net wire fencing.

64 Acres in McCulloch County

Posted on: October 26th, 2019 by Mike Barbour

Location. In northwest McCulloch County, this place is 19 miles northwest of Brady and 2.7 miles west of the farming village of Lohn. It is within an hours drive east of San Angelo.

Terrain. The terrain is level to gently sloping. There are views of the Brady Mountains ridgeline to the south. The seasonal creek has native trees and brush, primarily mesquite. The majority of the acreage is grassland, well suited for horses or livestock, and for bird hunting.

Improvements. The acreage is fenced, and electricity is available at the county road frontage. A new water well has been drilled as well. There is a very old farmhouse, which is in poor condition.

Water. A water well recently drilled hit water at 15 feet. The well is cased to 80 feet. It also has an old hand-dug well, which has not been used in years.

Wildlife. Good dove hunting, deer hunting as well. A number of varmints have been seen also.

Minerals. The owner has no mineral rights.

Comments. The seller will divide this property. Parcels from 10 to 33 acres may be purchased at varying prices per acre, depending on the parcel.

This is a farming and ranching area, with a small community and a school district less than 3 miles away. It is a great place to build a home and raise some kids.

Fm 1113, TX 76522

Posted on: October 24th, 2019 by Brown Amber

This property is perfect site for a new home! This 19.16 acre property has wide-open views and plenty of room to build and let animals graze. There is an Ag exemption in place, allowing you to take advantage of low taxes with the opportunity to develop your ideal getaway or homestead.
Property has fencing on all sides, including rock wall border on one side. Property has previously been used to grown broom corn and cattle grazing. Topsey Water Supply confirmed a water line is located along Fort Panic Rd. and a water tap (meter) should be available.

Small Coastal Farm – great building site!

Posted on: October 24th, 2019 by Byars Beau

This 15.5 +/- acres is located on the east side of Highway 183, just south of the city of Vernon (not in the city limits). The soils are class 3e Springer loamy fine sand, currently in established coastal pasture. The current owner is using the pasture to grow hay.

The whole perimeter is fenced, with three sides having barbed wire and along the road, pipe. A pipe gated entrance allows access from the highway. Three phase electricity is located along the road, and two phase electricity down the whole north border. The neighbors all have water wells for stock water, so it is probable that you could get ground water too.

While the pasture itself doesn’t have any trees in it, the north border has a row of tall trees along one side it. Surrounding properties have wooded pastures and are neatly kept. No known deed restrictions manufactured houses, trailers and barndomium homes are all welcome! This property would be an excellent place as a home site, hobby farm or commercial development like an RV park.

2018 property taxes were $127.66, with an agricultural tax exemption in place.

LIST PRICE: $6,500/acre | $100,750 total

For more information, contact agent Benjamin Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940.

Nixon CR 117 – 3

Posted on: October 24th, 2019 by Henry SchmidtIII

OWNER FINANCING WITH ONLY $5K DOWN!!

Only 3 tracts available ranging from 11-12 acres
Rolling acreage with mixture of pasture and brush
Located just outside of Nixon Texas with good frontage on County Road 117
GVEC Electric on site or available

Septic and water wells required

Financing options available for the utilities if needed.

Please call Henry Schmidt, Agent at 830-263-0600 for more details.
Seller is a LTREA

The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Viewing appointments scheduled with the Schmidt Ranches & Realty, Henry Schmidt, agent.

Buyer’s broker 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 sole discretion of Schmidt Ranches & Realty, Henry Schmidt, agent.

1347 Branch Rd.

Posted on: October 24th, 2019 by Henry SchmidtIII

Perfect horse property with private stocked tank on 21.68 Acres of fully agriculture exempt land in Navarro ISD. Spectacular sunset views, large neighboring tracts, & lush grazing, improved pastures. Fertile soil & recently planted live oak, crate mertyl, pecan, juniper, fig & magnolia trees. Ranch fencing on two sides. Private gated access, tight knit farm & ranch community. Rolling hilltop views of Geronimo, TX & abundance of wildlife. Additional acreage available. Plenty of space for barns & arena. The home is a Rob Hudson Custom Home, farmhouse style with board and batten and stone all side masonry. Open concept floor plan with luxurious master suite and massive his and hers closets. Vinyl plank flooring, floating shelves, stainless steel appliances, quartz counter tops, smart home capabilities & large covered back porch. Back sliding door stacks open from living to porch. Bench seat in mudroom. Gas range & expansive kitchen island. 3 car attached garage. wwwBluestemReservecom.

Please refer to community website for Restrictions, Building Guidelines, & plat. wwwBluestemReservecom Please call for private showing appointment & access to the property. We have an off road machine on-site for property tours. The GEO & Parcel ID are TBD & will be assigned by Guadalupe co. Crystal Clear water and GVEC electric on-site and/or available. Our sales office is located at 160 Max Rd, Seguin, TX 78155 Pricing: $175/Sqft & $15K/Acre.

Please call Kristine Schmidt, Agent at 512-277-4447 for more details.

The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Viewing appointments scheduled with the Schmidt Ranches & Realty, Henry Schmidt, agent.

Buyer’s broker 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 sole discretion of Schmidt Ranches & Realty, Henry Schmidt, agent.

Jenschke Lane Farm

Posted on: October 24th, 2019 by James King

Location
Jenschke Lane Farm is located immediately south of US Hwy 290 with over 1,500 feet on Jenschke Lane in the heart of the Texas Wine Country just 2.5 miles west of Stonewall and 10 miles east of Fredericksburg. This area of the Texas Hill Country is well known for the thriving wine culture that has been established along this stretch of US 290 and continues to develop and progress into one of the most visited wine regions in the country. The area also boasting some of the best natural scenery, amazing flora and fauna, and expansive dark skies in this intact region of the Texas Hill Country. San Antonio and Austin are about an hour drive away making this area easily accessible to millions of visitors each year.

Acreage
202 Acres

Description
The Jenschke Lane Farm primarily consists of gently rolling savanna-woodlands studded with huge Post Oaks and Spanish Oaks with areas of historic and active cultivation nestled into the picturesque Hill Country farm scenery. Driving into the property from Jenschke lane one is taken back into time as you pass through sculpted agricultural fields and under towering trees into the historic headquarters dating back to the 1880’s.

Deep, dark soils provide excellent and diverse native grasslands including little bluestem, Texas wintergrass, yellow Indiangrass and sideoats gramma. Along two small drainages and multiple improved tanks across the property a consistent covering of healthy oak trees provide excellent habitat and cover for many species of native wildlife and exotic game.

The farm is large and diverse enough to give a sense of privacy while also providing excellent access, multiple homesites with incredible views, and a fantastic location amidst this booming region of the Hill Country. Jenschke Lane is a paved county road with a healthy built-in traffic count of over 1,000 cars on an average weekend. One of the most well-known vineyards in the Texas Wine Country located 3/4 mile down the road, Becker Vineyards is the driving force of visitors along Jenschke Lane providing a tremendous opportunity to expand upon its momentum with the Farm being utilized as new Vineyard, rural housing community or mixed-use development.

The farm is under an agricultural tax exemption as continued cultivation of milo, oats, corn and commercial hay take place on approximately 80 acres as well as cattle grazing on the remainder of the property.

Improvements
Situated in the heart of the property under a stand of heritage Oak Trees lays the historic German cut-limestone home dating back to the 1880’s and waiting to be brought back to life as a centerpiece to a new farm headquarters, vineyard operation or community development. A quality metal barn with concrete floors sits beside the home and is currently used as a workshop and barn for the small commercial farming operation.

The farm has several miles of good perimeter fencing as well as multiple new interior high-fenced pastures around the active cultivation. A solid all-weather road leads to the center of the ranch with several smaller ranch roads sprawling the pastures to access the rest of the property.

Wildlife and Water
There are two intermittent streams crossing Jenschke Lane Farm that in combination with 8 improved tanks provide value to wildlife. This in combination with excellent tree cover creates a remarkable habitat for game animals such as whitetail and axis deer, turkey and dove as well as other wildlife including hundreds of species of neo-tropical songbirds, raptors and butterflies for nature lovers of all kinds to enjoy.

A primary Water Well with a submersible 200 gallon per minute pump provides a substantial amount of high-quality water across the property in a series of pipelines and troughs. The well is estimated to be 160 feet deep with water being accessed t only 60 feet.

Saint Hedwig – Commercial or Residential

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Inman Cynthia

Location is the key…Saint Hedwig! Only 4 miles from I-10 would make this property suitable for a multitude of purposes! From residential development to commercial to industrial or as a personal property. Located in the Central ISD and in Abbott Estates. Call Adela Mendoza at 830-556-5555 or Wally Welch at 830-708-4585

Callahan Co. – 208.4 Acres

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Inman Cynthia

Located in a scenic region 36 miles southeast of Abilene, 11 miles south of Baird and I-20 and about 12 miles west of Cross Plains on State Hwy 36 is this very productive 208.4 Acre field. The field is usually planted in winter wheat or haygrazer and historically has been used to graze steers. Barbed wire fencing and one pasture. Pecan Bayou runs along a side of this tract and provides nice wildlife habitiat with the some heavier vegetation and nice large Live Oaks. This parcel of land is flat but has scenic hilly country surrounding it. Deep soils, an average rainfall of 25 inches per year with an average growing season of 230 days create good farming opportunities for this county. The county is rich in Texas history and has great access to anywhere!