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100 Acres on Old Kimbro Road

Posted on: October 27th, 2021 by Riley Tim

**BEST AND FINAL DUE OCTOBER 29TH – see broker for contract form.**

100 Acres on Old Kimbro Road is ideally located between Manor and Elgin at 13405 FM 1100, Manor, Texas, Travis County. The 99.836 acre property has road frontage on two public access roadways, +/- 1,550 feet on Voelker Lane and +/- 2,000 feet on FM 1100. Aqua Water 4 inch water line in Voelker Lane and 2 inch water line in FM 1100. Septic available. New wastewater treatment plant being built to the west of the property – see broker for more info. The property is partially zoned R-1 Single Family, subject to a development agreement with SF zoning upon annexation. Improvements include a 1,728 sqft house, 4,280 sqft barn, and an uncovered terrace – 324 sqft will be subject to a life estate. Topography is mostly flat with a few slopes throughout the property. Elgin ISD. The City of Manor has four residential projects selling over 150 new construction homes on an annualized basis. With this property’s prime location in the path of growth, this is an opportunity that you will not want to miss and will not be available for long.

111.8 acres in McCulloch County, Texas

Posted on: October 25th, 2021 by Dave Murray

Located just six miles outside of the quaint town square of Brady, Texas, sits this 111.795 AC agricultural and recreational tract with a 2/1 975 sqft ranch house built in 1935 with original hardwood, carport, additional storage available, plus +1800 of frontage on FM 1121. All utilities are in place with power supplied by Chariot, Richland Springs city water to the house, high speed fiber optic internet and a windmill powered well servicing the cattle troughs. The property boundary is fully fenced and cross fenced with smooth hog and single strand barb mostly reconstructed three yrs ago. This is an excellent property for those looking to reduce carrying costs on their purchase with suitable income production – Year long grazing lease in place (additional details upon request), residential lease, hay production (Kleingrass with production potential of 235 bails/yr). Youll also have some recreational opportunities given the whitetail harvest history this ranch carries. Property taxes are reduced by an AG valuation already in place. Located approximately 30 minutes to Brownwood, 2 hours from Austin, 2.5 hours from San Antonio and 3.5 hours from Dallas. Contact Reid Barry with Texas Land for additional details or to set up a showing.

1930 Ranch

Posted on: October 22nd, 2021 by Grothaus Sheldon

1930 Ranch is a 548 acre South Texas hunting Ranch located just 5 miles south of Alice, Texas in Jim Wells County. The ranch is accessed on Farm to Market Road 1930, about three miles off of Highway 281. Corpus Christi can be reached in under an hour and San Antonio can be reached in under two hours.

The rolling topography of the 1930 Ranch is covered in a dense and diverse variety of native South Texas brush species. The perimeter of the ranch is low fenced with a high fence on the west side. Various trails and senderos have been carved out to provide access throughout the property. Native wildlife including Whitetail, Quail and Dove are in abundance and offer good hunting opportunities.

Two wells and two ponds provide water to the ranch and wildlife. Single phase electricity is currently in place.

This is a great undeveloped hunting ranch in a convenient location with endless improvement or development options.

Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales, LLC. 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 Ranch Sales, LLC.

17 acres in Medina County, Texas

Posted on: October 19th, 2021 by Galm Harold

Great little hill country place with easy access off of FM 462 North of Hondo. No restrictions Excellent cover of brush and trees including numerous live oaks. Old mobile home on property has no value but will convey. Good Glen Rose aquifer water well is not currently inuse, but was drilled by current owner and used in past years. Bandera electric line runs through middle of the property. Very little of the property has been fenced and thus no current ag-use tax valuation.

325 +/- Acres of CRP in Bailey County

Posted on: October 15th, 2021 by Clift George

These are clean flat farms with a strong CRP payment. Mule Deer and Antelope are in the area. The north tract shares a five wire fence on the south property line. The south tract shares a fence on the north and east sides. The Seller will entertain selling each tract separately or combined. The current CRP contracts are set to expire September 30, 2022.

275 Acre Ranch Erath County

Posted on: October 12th, 2021 by Lindsey A. Thompson

275 acre ranch located at 6331 County Road 385, Dublin tx 76446- Erath county. Ranch has a 1992 sq ft Red brick house with 3 beds, 2 full baths, a basement, 2 car garage, and a sun room towards the front of the house with a fenced in yard. There are 3 barns posted behind the home. 1 Water Well. The property is estimated to have 7-12 million tons of frac sand that is STEMLAB tested and verified. Resistivity and all other test can be provided. The property is 7.8 miles from Tarleton State University. The main entrance is accessible off of county road 385 on the north side of the property. Another entrance on the southwest side of the property is accessible from county road 373. The ranch has an abundance of grass that is currently being utilized for cattle and hay operations. There is a set of cattle pens that make the property perfect for horse and cattle operations. 3 ponds are stocked with bass and a wet weather creek located on the property.

Crossroads Ranch #3

Posted on: October 10th, 2021 by Byars Beau

These three quarter sections in Cottle County are diverse, have access to electricity and are within a five minute drive to Paducah, TX! Pictures are specific to each listing.

#1 The east 160 +/- acres has paved road frontage on FM 1037, where there is electricity and fiber optic internet. This quarter is where the original farm home was located; remnants of the building are still there today that need to be cleaned up. The old house sits on top of a broad hill, providing views for miles and miles in back to the south and west. The elevation changes approximately 30 as it slopes to the south and west.

The land is terraced from days when it was farmed. These terraces run water a ross the property, providing several nice locations to build water tanks. The property has all grass pasture, with thick patches of mesquites. I jumped a huge buck while driving through it during the photo shoot. This property hasnt been hunted in years, and has whitetail deer, wild hogs, quail and dove.

#2 The west 160 +/- acres is along the paved FM road as well and also has a dirt county road on its west side. Electricity and fiber optic internet are along its north border. It has 47 acres of native pasture, with dense mature mesquites and scattered hackberries. Wild plum thickets line the washes, providing additional vegetation for the native wildlife. A sandy seasonal creek wash winds through this area too.

The remaining acres are in mesquites and grass pasture, with a few cleared areas perfect for food plots or feeder stations. This property has great hunting deer, turkey, quail, wild hog and dove. There are a few tall cottonwoods, and a few open areas that could be sewn in wheat for a food plot.

#3 The south 160 +/- acres has access on County Rd 106. Electricity is available along its east border. This quarter is flatter and more open than the other two; it would be good to fence for cattle and could be broken back out into cultivation. The soils are Class 3 sandy loam, suitable for cotton or wheat.

LIST PRICE: $1,425/acre | $228,000 total (no minerals to convey)

CONTACT: For more information, call agent Steven Beck at cell phone (806) 778-1597.

***Pictures posted here are for #3.

80 +/- Acres with County Road Frontage in Sherman County

Posted on: October 8th, 2021 by Clift George

A flat vacant dryland farm with county road frontage.

16.11 acres in Frio County, Texas

Posted on: October 3rd, 2021 by Kinsel Dan

1/4 mile East of IH-35, South of Hwy 117, behind planned Dilley Motor Inn.
Water, electricity and sewer available to property.
Can be divided.
Recently annexed to City of Dilley, Frio County. Excellent location for commercial development.

1.5 acres in Frio County, Texas

Posted on: October 3rd, 2021 by Kinsel Dan

1/4 mile East of IH-35. Frontage on Hwy 117.
Water, electricity and sewer available to property.
Recently annexed to City of Dilley, Frio County. Excellent location for commercial development.