TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

Maples Ranch

Posted on: May 21st, 2022 by Larry Jacobs

This historic ranch consisting of 158 +- Acres is being offered by the Maples family for the first time in over a century. The Maples Ranch is located in the Mapleton, TX area just minutes from Midway TX . Maples Ranch has road frontage on three sides of the property along CR 3200 and CR3190. Maples Ranch is currently used as cattle ranch and has three ponds to provide water for the livestock. Much of the property has previously been planted in row crop in the past. Electricity and Septic system are located on the property. Located in the Lovelady ISD , It is a short drive to Madisonville or Crockett TX. You must see this one to appreciate.

Ghost Canyon Ranch

Posted on: May 21st, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Location:

Ghost Canyon Ranch is located near Montague, TX. in central Montague County. Conveniently situated approximately 1.5 hours from Dallas, TX. and 1 hour and 20 minutes from Ft. Worth, TX., the nearest townships are Montague, TX. (5 miles NW) and St. Jo, TX. (10.5 miles NE). County Road access to the ranch’s entry gate is provided by Catholic Cemetery Road fronting the ranch’s southwestern boundary.

Overview:

Ghost Canyon Ranch is a scenic combination agricultural production and recreational ranch with excellent proximity to the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex area. Wildlife and sportsmen benefit collectively from miles of private hardwood lined roads, creek crossings, fertile native pastures, wildlife corridors and outstanding water features! Water features abound with two soil conservation lakes (Clear Creek Watershed) and multiple ponds stocked with game fish. Remarkable topography, excellent native wildlife habitat, a water well, electricity and all-weather access combine to create a premier legacy ranch primed for future structural improvements.

Improvements:

Improvements on the property include: multiple lake/pond dams, boundary fencing (fair to moderate condition), working pens and a fenced camp site with electricity, water well and septic tank.

Trees, Grasses, and Forbs:

Mature Oak varieties dominate the primary tree canopy on the ranch along with other hardwoods. Approximately 50 -60% of the ranch is sheltered with mature timber, creating remarkable wildlife habitat.

Robust native grasses including Big Blue Stem, Little Blue Stem, Indian Grass, and Side-Oats Grama blanket pastured areas. Some improved grasses thrive on the south end of the property. Plentiful forbs on the ranch include Catnip, Illinois Bundleflower, Chickweed, and Deer Vetch which provide natural forage for deer while native acorns provide a natural source of protein.

Topography:

Ranch roads and trails meander through rolling elevation changes of over 100+/- feet. Such scenic topography creates notable high points, draws, travel corridors, pinch points, and creek bottoms. Near the south boundary, Valley Creek and the Steelman Branch of Mallard Creek converge sending watershed to the southwest; while Dye Creek bisects the property east/west capturing watershed from north of the property. Ridgelines offer optimal potential build sites.

Wildlife/Hunting/Fishing:

In addition to a robust native deer population, Rio Grande Turkey frequent the ranch. Multiple varmint species, wild hogs, species of toads, lizards, birds, and insects play their role a very diverse, thriving, and protected ecosystem on Ghost Canyon Ranch.

Fishing opportunities abound for Largemouth Bass and Catfish within the many lakes and ponds on the property!

Water:

Water resources on Ghost Canyon Ranch are prevalent and a significant feature of the property. Water sources include: 2 soil conservation lakes up to 7+/- surface acres at normal pool. One of the lake dams lies on this property and the other resides on a contiguous neighboring property. Dams are governed and maintained by the Clear Creek Watershed Authority and have excellent depths. Together with the lakes, multiple ponds up to 1.5+/- surface acres in size control water shed while providing outstanding water resources for wildlife, livestock and excellent recreation in the form of fishing and waterfowl hunting. One water well services the camp site area. The ranch possesses extensive water resources; well above average for the geographical area.

Taxes:

There is an Agricultural Exemption on the property. The property taxes were $116.81 for the year 2021.

Minerals:

The Seller represents no mineral ownership. There is one producing gas well on the property located in the far northwest corner.

Utilities:

One water well services the camp site on the property. Electricity services all applicable improvements on the ranch. One underground septic system is in place within the camp site area.

Price:

$1,963,302.80 or $7,990.00 per acre

Contact:

Casey Berley, ALC – Broker Associate

214-422-7253 mobile

76 Unrestricted Ag Exempt Acreage N Kendall Co

Posted on: May 20th, 2022 by Dutton Amy

76.257 ag exempt, un-restricted acres on Old No. 9 Hwy about half-way between Comfort and Fredericksburg. Block Creek meanders along Old No 9 and Polecat Spring Creek lies to the north and are fed by the watershed of the 1800 elevation in the area. The hills and valleys are beautiful in this part of Kendall County. Elevations on this tract are between 1660′ to 1560′ on the main part of the 76 acres and is well balanced with 1/3 in grazing, 1/3 hardwood trees and open areas and 1/3 higher elevation with a heavier mixed tree cover for wildlife. Low fenced and cross fence. The owner is currently running cattle for ag and built a stock tank catch area that fills during wet weather. There is underground power on the property and many great home sites to choose from. 65′ wide flag in drive to the main part of the property. See aerial. No water well at this time. It can be permitted. The neighbor to the N is 110 ac, 23 ac, to the S 137 ac, 571 ac to the E and 80 ac to the W.

22 ac Horse Property, Arena, House, Guest House, Barn, Pool

Posted on: May 19th, 2022 by Dutton Amy

22.579 +/- ag exempt acres. 4 miles east from the quaint town of Boerne. Hill Country rock home surrounded by a canopy of live oak trees. Heated pool w/hot tub, 25 x 34 covered back porch, barn with 36 x 13 apt., 6 stalls/runs, tack and work room area, wire fence arena 150 x 250 w/return alley (black dirt), 2021 Barndominium 1,764 sq ft 2 bed, 2 bath with urban interior w/carport 42 x 12. The main home has wide open spaces, limestone wet bar, nice size bedrooms, wood burning fireplace and a double sided heatilator in the master bedroom/bath, separate office space and exterior entry. A great family compound. No commercial. Buyers should be pre-qualified.

Iron Ridge Farm

Posted on: May 17th, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Overview: Iron Ridge Farm is a well-timbered and well-watered recreational hunting property, located in the piney woods of NE Texas. The Morris County property reveals a glimpse into the past while providing recreation for the present. The 173+/- acres boasts perennial streams, a wide variety of mature hardwoods, diverse plant life providing exceptional hunting opportunities for deer, hogs, and waterfowl.

Location: The property is located on Connor Rd, ~1.5 miles north of the quaint town of Daingerfield, Texas. From Dallas, the drive is ~ 125 +/- miles (2 hr. 15 min); from Longview, the drive is ~31 miles (less than 45 min.).

Improvements: The property features a historic ~1,200 SF rock home built in the early 1900’s by the original owners. This home, if improved, could provide the new owner with a unique nostalgic cabin. There are plenty of other opportunities for one to build a new structure overlooking the 6+ ac lake as well. The museum in downtown Daingerfield has a display featuring photos of this cabin being built and the family that lived there.

Timber/Habitat: Iron Ridge Farm is mostly timbered with native species including white oak and red oak varieties, hickory, elm, birch, black gum, sweet gum, and some native pine. Amidst the native timber the understory provides abundant habitat and forage for wildlife. There are several areas where the new owner could establish food plots and hunting areas to further develop this property and its recreational attributes.

Surface Water: Iron Ridge Farm features abundant surface water including the centerpiece of the property, a 6.2+/- acre lake. Two other creeks or tributaries flow across the property as well. The lake is stocked with largemouth bass, Coppernose bluegill, other panfish, and various baitfish.

Wildlife: The topography, diverse, and abundant cover provides an excellent habitat for deer growth. Excellent native cover also provides a home for feral hogs, squirrel, and varmints. The property’s water assets provide duck hunting opportunities as well.

Topography: The topography is rolling to sloped terrain. The majority of the property drains well with minimal if any floodplain. The property has a high point of ~400 feet above sea level and a low of ~320 feet above sea level.

Easements: One electrical easement in the central portion corner of the property.

Utilities: Electricity is provided byBowie-Cass Electric Cooperative.

Taxes: The property has a timber management plan in place and has a timber Ag exemption.

Minerals: Ask Broker for details

Asking Price:$847,000.00 ($4,886.35/acre)

Contact:
Stephen Schwartz – Agent
903-738-7882 mobile

Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.

All information is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is subject to change without prior notice

Land For Sale in Coryell County

Posted on: May 14th, 2022 by Hill Kim

This is a 14.54+/- acres in Coryell County. You’ll find spectacular countryside views on this secluded tract of land that also has a nice pond. This gently rolling terrain and elevation reaching over 1100 feet lends itself to sunrise and sunset views that are breathtaking. This property has paved county road frontage on CR 131 and has water and electric available. Build your forever home here or create a weekend getaway for the family. This property is part of the Alford Ranchette Estates located in Gatesville, Texas, right on the gateway to the Hill Country. This central location is just 1 hour from Waco and Temple and 40 minutes from Killeen/Fort Hood. It is a 1.5 hour drive to Austin, 2.5 hours to Dallas and 3.5 hours to Houston.

O’Shields Family Ranch

Posted on: May 14th, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Overview: The O’Shields Family Ranch is a unique offering and a rare homestead property found in Fannin County, just a 1-hr and 20-minute drive northeast of Dallas, TX. A 3,450 +/- SF home sits on a high point on the front of the property. Found at the end of a county road, the privacy is impressive, and the property itself is a combination ranch. Several smaller ponds and stock tanks to both fish and water livestock in combination with the robust & improved pastures provide excellent appeal for an individual or family looking to operate a small cattle operation or a weekend getaway. Offered ‘For Sale’ for the first time in over 55 years, the 126 +/- acre O’Shields Family Ranch surely serves as an excellent full-time home, or a perfect weekend get-away.

Location: The O’Shields Family Ranch sits just 75 miles northeast of Dallas, 14 miles southeast of Bonham, and 2 +/- miles south of Windom, TX. Access is provided by the single lane, graveled CR 3230, off the blacktop CR 3250. The address to the property is 1044 CR 3225, Windom, TX.

Improvements: Built in the late 90s, the 3,450-SF home on the ranch is well-situated at the front of the property and the end of a county road. The home sits on a high point, overlooking the property’s 1+/- acre pond and the surrounding North Texas landscape. Complete with a 2-car garage, custom stone fireplace, and tall ceilings, the 3-bedroom and 2-bathroom home include large living and kitchen areas. A porch on the northside of the home provides a perfect place to watch kids play in the yard, cattle graze in the pastures or a North Texas sunset burns up the sky. An older, 1,800SF barn with dirt floor sits nearby, and a working set of cattle pens is located at the center of the property to collect and take livestock to sale.

Surface Water: Surface water on the O’Shields Family Ranch is suitable for both recreation and as a source of water for livestock. Several smaller drainages fill three stock tanks (A 1 +/- AC pond and two smaller tanks) stocked with bass, crappie, and catfish.

Area History: The history of Fannin Co and the surrounding Bonham and Windom townships is a long and complicated history. Before European settlement, the area was dominated by Caddo Indian culture. These tribes were known to be some of the first sedentary cultures of the Native Americans. Irrigation, farming, and the construction of homes meant these tribes thrived where they lived, utilizing the springs, creeks, and rivers still found in this productive area of Texas. The area is drained by the Red River and Bois D’Arc Creek; Fannin Co is watered by springs throughout and the average 43 inches of annual rain. The natural flora consists of oak, hickory, ash, walnut, pecan, cottonwood, elm, cedar, and Bois D’Arc trees, as well as redbud, spicewood, dogwood, pawpaw, and dwarf buckeye.

The county was originally to be named ‘Independence’, but during debates over the bill, the name was changed to Fannin, in honor of James Walker Fannin, Jr., a martyred hero of the Texas Revolution. The first county seat was named ‘Bois D’Arc’ in 1843, after the local tree that shaped the Native American’s lifestyle here.

In 1844 Bois D’Arc was renamed Bonham in honor of James Butler Bonham, a defender of the Alamo. Bonham has continued to be the major center of commerce for Fannin County and remains the county seat today.

Appearing on topographic maps and Google Earth still today, Burnett, TX was located on the O’Shields Family property. Named after local author and journalist, Thomas R Burnett, whose family arrived in early-1850 from Tennessee. Journalism became a passion in the young Burnett, and soon thereafter every major publication from Bonham, Paris, Ladonia, and Denton, TX were founded with help from Burnett. In September of 1876, Burnett set out across North Texas, reporting, writing, and advancing the interests of publications throughout the area. In 1888, Burnett moved to Dallas and merged his paper with the local publication. Burnett is buried in Oak Cliff Cemetery in Dallas, but his presence and influence can still be seen in the newspapers, publications, and organizations that he helped found throughout North Texas.

Terrain & Wildlife Habitat: The property has rolling terrain throughout, with the home situated on a high point on the property, overlooking several of the pastures, the 1+/- acre pond, and a northern horizon. Burnett Creek (named after Thomas R. Burnett) fronts along the property’s eastern boundary, and an unnamed drainage on the western boundary both provide travel corridors for wildlife. The owner reports an increase in the deer population recently, with other game seen being hogs, coyotes, bobcats, and ducks using the ponds during the winter. Large pecan trees are scattered throughout the pastures, as red oaks, hickory, cedar, and elm trees contribute to most of the timber found here.

Fencing & Pens: The perimeter fences around the property range in condition from average to good. The fences will hold livestock, and a set of older working pens could be utilized with some maintenance and renovation.

Livestock & Grazing: A grazing tenant currently runs livestock on the property.

Minerals: No minerals convey with the sale, there is however no active production on the ranch or in the immediate area.

School District: The property lies in Honey Grove Independent School District.

Electric Utility: Fannin County Electric Coop.

Water Utility: Contact agent for more information.

Taxes:Taxes were estimated to be $3,400 for 2021. The property is agriculturally exempt.

Price Reduced: $1,050,000

Contact: Chris Wengierski, Agent

Cell: (214) 707-3474

Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.

McDaniel Ranch

Posted on: May 10th, 2022 by Byars Beau

McDaniel Ranch
23.14 +/- acres, Cooke County, TX

Water well is 620 feet with a 2 hp 10 gallons a minute pump.
Barn is 75ft x 50 ft with a 20ft x 75 eave. The height of the barn is 24 ft at peak and 20 ft walls. Color is tan with brown trim. It has 3 garage doors 12 ft x 14 ft with garage door openers. Has 3 walk through doors that are 3 ft wide. Has plumbing stubbed up with the water lines and plumbing lines. Can get the blueprints of the living quarters. Electric on site but not run to the barn yet. Water line is ran to the barn.
Pond is about 1/2 acre.
10 acres of native pasture and 13 acres of Bluestem grass. with a new cross fence. Exterior fence is in excellent shape.
Has an additional small barn with a small corral.
Round pen does not go with the property.
Ag exempt for taxes. Muenster ISD

LIST PRICE: $650,000 total

For more information, contact agent Shawn Dangelmayr at cell phone (940) 723-8978.

Dunkle Farm

Posted on: May 7th, 2022 by Swope Louie

Dove Hunting! 80 +/- Acres of open field located approximately 6 +/- miles from La Pryor, Texas and approximately 16 +/- miles from Uvalde, Texas, off of FM 1436 in a historically known dove fly zone. This is fertile soil that is set up nicely for you to farm, graze cattle, or use for recreational/ residential purposes. The ranch is fenced on three sides with an ag exemption currently in place. There are currently no water wells on the property, but the wells surrounding the property are approximately 220 ft- 360 ft in depth (buyer needs to verify this information). The farm is located in the opportunity zone, thereby increasing buyers ability to capitalize on favorable tax advantages. A new survey will be needed prior to closing. Any owned mineral rights do not convey.

Located between the cities of La Pryor and Uvalde, Texas off US Hwy 83, this farm is located at the junction of the Texas Hill Country and the South Texas Brush Country. This area is known as the geographical center of one of the largest wildlife regions in Texas. Uvalde is also one of the largest mining regions in the country, is known for its year-round farming industry, and is located in close proximity to the Eagleford Shale Oil Field.

Terrain:
Flat fields that are currently being used for farming and/or grazing.

257 acres in Jackson County, Texas

Posted on: May 6th, 2022 by Lindsey A. Thompson

257 acres in Jackson County, TX one hour southwest of Houston is your getaway to enjoy the country. Located 4 miles south of Edna on the Lavaca river, at the intersection of FM 1822 and CR 308. With 120 acres of cropland currently planted in corn, there is some income as well as the ag exemption of property taxes. The balance of the acreage is heavily wooded and full of wildlife including deer and hogs. There is a pond stocked with fish. The Lavaca River is a special place to enjoy the peace and quiet, with fishing and hunting as well. If you are looking for a homesite in the country, or just run a few cows, or simply enjoy, this is it.