Land with HWY 95 Frontage

Posted on: May 18th, 2019 by Beck III Joe

10 acres of land on HWY 95.
* Approximately 450ft of HWY 95 frontage to the east.
* Approximately 1000ft of CR 338 frontage to the north.
* No restrictions on the property.
* Currently sharecropped and has been producing two crops annually.
* Agricultural tax valuation.
* Prime brazoria clay soil, 0 to 1 percent slopes.
* Certificated Water and Sewer Service Areas by the PUC of Texas- Jonah Water SUD.
* Above ground electric available along both roads.

This is an excellent opportunity for a country farm, a rural business, or a land investment.

Located 7 miles north of Taylor and 4 miles south of Granger puts this 10 acres close to country towns with plenty of amenities.

Go see it!

Arrow Creek Farm

Posted on: May 18th, 2019 by Hortenstine Blake

Location: Arrow Creek Farm is located approximately 3 miles southwest of Gladewater, Texas on Old HWY 135. The farm is also conveniently located 15 miles from Longview, 24 miles from Tyler, and only 115 miles east of Dallas.

Overview: Arrow Creek Farm is a polished and scenic 127+/- acre property located in a desirable area in northwestern Gregg County. The property consists of large rolling hills, scattered mature timber, a spring-fed creek, 2.5-acre pond and productive improved pastures. Surrounded by other rural properties and only 1.5 miles from Gladewater Airport, this property is nestled in a convenient, yet quiet part of Gregg County.

Improvements: Arrow Creek Farm features a 2,560 SF brick home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, one of which is ADA approved. A long, paved driveway winds its way to the house, which has a 2-car garage, security system, open floor-plan, and has been remodeled and updated. The shop area is setup with two storage rooms, rollup doors, covered parking areas, and an additional 600SF open air barn for equipment storage. Also, with over 3,800' of road frontage on two sides of the farm, additional home sites overlooking the farm's rolling hills, this property is setup well for a homestead, weekend retreat or future investment.

Trees, grass, forbs: This area of Gregg County boasts sandy loam soils which are productive for both hay production and prolific timber stands. This property features approximately 100+/- acres of Coastal and Common Bermuda that is strictly used for hay production. Most of the farm's landscape drains well making access convenient from all four entrances. Groves of large mature white oaks, pin oaks, and red oak trees can be found on each hillside. Other tree cover consists of pecan, black gum, sweet gum, river birch, hickory, elm, willow, and some pine. Found within the stands of mature timber scattered across the farm are native forbs and browse that are highly attractive to deer and other wildlife.

Water: The property has a spring-fed creek flowing from the west towards the center of the farm into the 2.5+/- acre pond on the east part of the property. The property is also located well within the Carrizo Wilcox aquifer and the Queen City aquifer making additional drinking/irrigation water very accessible from a well if so desired. Starrville Water Supply provides water to the improvements of the farm.

Topography: The house sits on the highest point being 350'+ overlooking the entire property, sloping down to around 285' above sea level towards the east side of the farm. The majority of the property is rolling to sloped terrain with a nice lake site located just north of the house.

Wildlife and fisheries: Arrow Creek Farm is settled in a scenic, quiet part of the county where wildlife abound. Deer and dove can be seen regularly and the 2.5-pond is fully stocked with crappie, largemouth bass, bream, and catfish.

Easements: Two easements for XTO pipelines, and one for SWEPCO.

Minerals: Ask Broker for details

Utilities: SWEPCO provides electricity and Starrville WS provides community water.

Property Taxes: Arrow Creek Farm carries an agricultural exemption. Ask Broker for details

Schools: Gladewater ISD

Price: $850,000 ($6,685.70 per acre)

Contact: Stephen Schwartz- Agent, 903-738-7882,

58+ Acres, Stringtown Road

Posted on: May 15th, 2019 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

DESCRIPTION: 58.486 acre mixed use property on Little Elm Creek. Hunt & Fish while earning passive investment income off productive leased farm land.

LAND COVER: Property is currently Leased to Agricultural Tenant. Approximately 28 acres is cultivated and in row crop production. Crop Rotation of Cotton & Corn. Remainder of Acreage being a mix of Native Prairie and Heavily Wooded/Brushy Sections along Little Elm Creek.

LOCATION: Along the North side of Stringtown Road, East of FM 3117 (Oscar Road).

HYDROLOGY: 1,779' Linear Feet of Frontage along Little Elm Creek. Approx. 33 acres flood zone.

TOPOGRAPHY: Flat to Sloping with over 40' of Elevation Change at 470' – 510' Above Sea Level with 0% – 12% Rolling Slopes. There is a nice 10+ acre homesite at the front of the property with Nice Views towards the East and South.

SOILS: Heiden Clay, Houston Black Clay and Tinn Clay Soils with some erosion around bottom/creek line. Average Soil Productivity Rating of Cultivated Land is 2.75.

UTILITIES: Overhead Electric along South Side of Stringtown Road. East Bell WSC Services the Area. Septic Required; No Sewer.

ROAD FRONTAGE: Approx. 190'+ of County Maintained Paved Road Frontage along Stringtown Road.


TAX: Open Space Valuation (Ag Exemption) in Place for Low Property Taxes. 2019 Estimate: $141.

IMPROVEMENTS: Partial Wire Fencing along Perimeter.


Posted on: May 14th, 2019 by Clark Brian

15.1 ACRES BROWN CO. BARE LAND Here is a nice place that you has a lot of potential. This land is a field that has trees on the fence lines that could be used for farming, a home site, or make a great dove hunting place. There is rural water and electric available onsite. The road frontage is paved Farm to Market Road and just 7 1/2 miles from town. If you are looking for a nice acreage that is very affordable come take a look at this place! For more info or to set up a showing contact us today!


Posted on: May 14th, 2019 by Clark Brian

6 ACRES BROWN CO. EARLY,TX WITH HOME! Here is a great place to call home. It is a 3 bedroom 2 bath 1595 sqft home with two shop metal shops. The house is one that needs some work but has a lot of new improvements done to it already. The rooms in the house are large making it nice to be able to move around and store things. The land is a neat find as well. It has huge live oak trees and a creek meandering through the property. The 2 metal shops are newer buildings, one of which is on a slab foundation that is insulated and has electric ready to go! The other is a great place for storage or putting lawn mowers etc. in. Here at this location you are only 3 minutes out of town for your convenience with a great country feel to it. This place will make someone a great little farm to raise animals on and enjoy. Call us today for more info or to set up a showing.

Hilltop Ranch

Posted on: May 9th, 2019 by Davidson Charles

The Hilltop Ranch is one of the finest turnkey ranches on the market in Washington County. With 84 rolling acres, a beautiful 6,500 square foot Georgian home, horse barn, corrals, stock tank and 1500 feet of New Year Creek frontage, this ranch is an absolute show stopper. Add in the location and proximity to Houston and Hilltop Ranch is the total package.
Hilltop Ranch is accessed off of FM 2447 which is a well maintained blacktop that dead ends just 3 miles past the ranch. This results in very little traffic other than the occasional passing farm truck.

As you pull up to the gate, the premise behind the name of the ranch is immediately apparent. The stately home sits atop a drastic hilltop surrounded by gorgeous rolling pastures. Driving through the large iron gate, massive pecan trees line the concrete drive up the hill to the home. As you crest the hill and pull around the circle drive, the 360 degrees of scenery come into full view. In every direction the topography drops away leaving views for miles.

The massive front doors open into a wide and long foyer that gives a first peak of the perfectly appointed home. The foyer leads into the dining room and den to your left and right with the large staircase ahead. A beautiful kitchen and wetbar give the feel of classic country living. The master suite extends towards the back of the house with an entire wing devoted to perfect comfort. An additional family room is located in a cozy basement and wash and mudroom sits towards the back. Three large bedrooms, a bunk room and porches, both front and back, make up the second story. Porch views look endlessly to the east and west.

A secondary self sufficient living space consists of a kitchen and bathroom downstairs and bathroom, large game/family room, bedroom and bunk room upstairs.

The home wraps around a beautiful stone patio with elevated seating and a pool. The patio looks east across the property and down towards the creek. Remnants of a fireplace from the original homestead has been restored and doubles as the backside of an outdoor shower that looks privately over the property.

A slabbed, four stall horse barn sits beside a newly redone set of extensive pipe corrals and joggs. The barn has ample storage with an office and extra room that could easily be converted into a suite. From the corrals, the road follows over a cattle guard and drops down into the back of the property, with wonderful stands of hard woods, a 1.6 acre lake and the beautiful New Year Creek frontage. As you look back up the property towards the home, the 90 feet of elevation change is even more apparent. Driving the fence lines through the rolling pastures, past grazing longhorns and donkeys, the full beauty of Bluebonnet Country is on display.


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80.28 Acres Hwy 181

Posted on: May 8th, 2019 by Gulick Karen

75+ Acres of Recreational Paradise with all of the Urban Amenities within 15 min. New entrance has been approved by TXDOT, Great Dove Tank and Pasture for Seclution. Wooded and cleared areas, full of wildlife, Deer, wet weather creek, stock tank, fenced, Hwy 181S Hwy frontage

San Antonio River Frontage 265.5 Acres

Posted on: May 7th, 2019 by Gulick Karen

265+/- Acres of Rich Farmland and over 4000ft of San Antonio River Frontage.Old farmhouse, implement barns and shed. Most of the land is presently used for crops. Ag valuation in place, fenced and cross fenced. Some grazing area. Incredible River Frontage for all your recreational needs.

4 Corners Farm

Posted on: May 4th, 2019 by Swope Louie

The 4 Corners Farm is 640 +/-acres of multifunctional land that is located at the corner of Rock Quarry Road and FM 395, just a few miles East of Crystal City, Texas. This property has two miles of road frontage, making this an ideal property for potential development. The farm is surrounded by good perimeter fences and electricity, including three phase power, allowing for the addition of a pivot system. A one mile, all-weather caliche road cuts through the middle of the property allowing access to the entire farm, which is set up for running cattle or growing crops. The farm is cross fenced into pastures with Buffel and Bermuda grass and has water troughs in each field, as well as a stock tank, two reservoirs, and two Carrizo irrigation wells. A good set of cattle pens are located towards the front of the property. An old barn and mobile home, that serve as a hunting camp, are located in the back of the farm and are serviced by electricity, septic, and a residential water well. The farm is home to excellent Dove hunting which currently provides an annual income of 15-20k from day hunts, with potential to increase that figure. 150+class whitetail and hogs are also seen on the property, making this an ideal ranch for hunting as well. The amount of road frontage, farming opportunities, income potential and the abundance of wildlife make this property desirable to land investors, entrepreneurs and your typical recreational ranch buyers alike.

An abundance of Dove can be seen on and flying over the property during bird season providing an annual income for this property, 150+Class whitetail are seen yearly on the farm and a few hogs can be found, as well as your typical native Texas wildlife.

The farm is flat and level surface, allowing for easy crop production. There are small areas of brush around the stock tanks and reservoirs that provide shade for the livestock and wildlife.

A mobile home and old barn are located at the back of the property. There are good perimeter and cross fences that transverse the farm.

A stock pond and two reservoirs are located on the farm, as well as water troughs in each pasture. Two Carrizo irrigation wells and a domestic water well are on the property as well.

Seller will retain all owned minerals.

Development Potential:
The 4 Corners Farm has 2 miles of road frontage allowing for the property to be easily subdivided.

Contact Information:
Perry T. Donop III 210-842-1719

El Sueno Ranch

Posted on: May 3rd, 2019 by Tyler Wright

El Sueno is an exceptional property with 2 nice homes, coastal (irrigated) and wheat fields, and a 60-acre Pecan orchard thats nicely located in a beautiful setting along the San Saba River just a short drive from Menard, Texas. Offering everything a Buyer would want in a Texas ranch, El Sueno should be at the top of your list of places to see. El Sueno comes with productive agricultural operations with potential income from Pecan orchard, excellent hunting and wildlife habitat with a good mixture of Live Oak, Cedar, Mesquite and other native brush on the upland portion of the property, and over 200 acres of adjudicated water rights from the San Saba River. The highlight of this property is the amount of the San Saba river frontage. Asking price $10,000/ac

265 Acres

Upland Live Oak hill country sloping northward toward a San Saba River bottom. There is a mixture of mesquite and cedar about the hilltops along with numerous Live Oaks. 60-acre pecan orchard with over 3,500 producing trees; large native Pecan trees along the scenic river bottoms.

The living improvements include a 2-bed Austin-stone home; guest bedroom and bath upstairs with loft, and master bedroom downstairs with nice size living area and kitchen with rock fireplace and a cozy older stucco farmhouse with 2 bedrooms, sunroom, large living area with fireplace, nice size kitchen and one bathroom.

Nice Quonset Hut Barn, equipment shed, 5 deer blinds/feeders, and diesel pump for irrigation of the 60-acre pecan orchard with approx 3,500 producing trees.

Great fishing and hunting along with fishing, swimming, boating/tubing, hiking, and MORE. Abundance of wildlife: White-tail deer, turkey, dove, and free-ranging axis and blackbuck antelope in the area.

One water well with submersible pump supplies water to Austin stone home and barns.
Includes 200 acre-feet of adjudicated water rights from the San Saba River.
San Saba River frontage, an earthen tank that is fed by the water well with a windmill, stock tank, irrigated coastal fields, several small draws and one dry creek bed running through the ranch.


Fencing is in good condition.

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