TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

36.3 acres in Bexar County, Texas

Posted on: February 16th, 2019 by Galm Harold

It is wooded with some Oaks. Home built in 1997 has 1,248 square feet.Good black soils, hunting allowed, Ag exemption earth pond, good boundary fencing for livestock.

924 acres in Menard County, Texas

Posted on: February 9th, 2019 by Tyler Wright

Located just 2 miles west of the Menard County line on Norman Road.

Terrain: Rolling Live Oak with good topsoil. Several nice draws- no cedar!

Water : 3 water wells (1 windmill and 2 submersible), 2 small ponds that are fed by wells

Improvements: 1.5 story 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath metal home. 3 hunting lodges/cabins, 1 party barn with nice kitchen, 2 bathrooms, and built-in bar. Deer cleaning facility with walk-in cooler.

Recreation : Would make ideal hunting/game ranch or corporate retreat

Minerals: NONE, surface only

Price: $2,250,000

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The Lake Pasture Ranch

Posted on: February 9th, 2019 by John Ed Stepan

First time offered, the Lake Pasture is an Outdoorsmans Dream! The highlight is a 10 acre Lake built on Kinchloe Creek. The native, rolling pasture is well wooded and bisected by a creek drainage providing excellent wildlife habitat. The previous owner never allowed hunting, so this property has not been hunted in over 30 years. Water well and electricity are present, no other improvements. Road frontage on two sides.

Pecan Valley Ranch

Posted on: February 9th, 2019 by John Ed Stepan

This beautiful ranch with rolling hills and gorgeous valleys lined with hundreds Pecan Trees is approximately 1 hour northwest of Austin. A 2 acre lake, stocked with bass and over 6,250 ft of both sides of a beautiful Fall Creek that run through a wooded valley with large Live Oak, Pecan and Elm trees. Recently game proof fenced, the native deer herd is under the management of a Wildlife Biologist. In addition, there are Wild Turkey, Feral Hogs and a variety of varmints present on the property. A strong water well and electricity at two points on the property give the new owner many options for a homesite.

25 Acres, Possum Creek

Posted on: February 8th, 2019 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

25 Acres, Possum Creek Road, Temple, Bell County TX 76501, Now Available For Sale! Call Jeremy Jirasek or David Jirasek, ALC, CCIM, for price and details. 254-770-0996.

Frio County | Riggan Farm | E of Pearsall

Posted on: February 6th, 2019 by Hoerster Ken

Versatile Property | Paved Frontage Road | Good wells with 8 pivots

DESCRIPTION

The Riggan Farm is a versatile 1,436+/- acre farm with 2 Carrizo aquifer irrigation wells servicing 8 pivot irrigation systems and approximately 167+/- acres of native brush just 2.7 miles east of Pearsall Texas in Frio County offering a buyer the opportunity to farm, graze, and hunt all on one property. The property is dividable into two tracts each having an irrigation well with one tract being mainly farmland and the other tract including pivots, brush and stock tanks offering a multi-use type property (hunting, farming, and grazing). There is a good amount of cross fencing for cattle grazing rotation and two sets of cattle working pens. The 727+/- acre SW track has (1) irrigation well, (2) full circle pivots, (1) 60% circle pivot and (1) 1/4 circle pivot and (1) large stock tank. The 709+/- acres NE tract has (1) full pivot circle, (1) 90% pivot circle and (1) 1/4 circle pivot along with the hunters house, caretakers mobile home and includes native brush along with (2) large stock tanks.

LOCATION

The Riggan Farm is accessible off paved highway 140 East just 2.7 miles from Pearsall Texas which is less than a one hour drive South of San Antonio along I-35. There is approximately a little over one mile of Hwy. 140 frontage and of a mile of County Road 3300 frontage.

LAND

The Riggan farm is in the desirable red sandy dirt of Frio County well known for growing peanuts and potatoes as well as corn, misc. grains and sunflowers. NRCS soil survey data identifies the soils on this farm consist of (27.5% RBC,16.3% MgB, 9.9% CoB, 6% DvC, 5.6% Pe, 5.6% HYD, 5.1% DvB, 4% WoB) reference Web Soil Survey/National Cooperative Soil Survey Version 18, September 14, 2018 from USDA/NRCS.

IMPROVEMENTS

Improvements on the property include: (2) Carrizo Irrigation Wells, (5) 8 tower pivots and (3) 7 tower pivots, (4) full circle pivots irrigate approximately 120 acres each for a total of 480 acres, (3) 1/4 pivots, (1) 60% pivot, and (1) 90% pivot. Other structures include: (1) large grain storage bin, (6) smaller grain storage bins, (3) implement/equipment metal sheds, (2) closed in metal barns, (1) hunter house, (1) older mobile home. A good low fence perimeter and multiple cross fencing is in place. There is a good amount of cross fencing for cattle grazing rotation and two sets of cattle working pens.

WILDLIFE

This area of South Texas has exceptional habitat to support native game: whitetail deer, Bobwhite quail, javelina, mourning/white wing dove, and Rio Grande turkey. With the 167 acres of native brush, large stock tanks, and fallow farm fields there is a good number of Quail coveys present, some Whitetail Deer and excellent Dove hunting opportunities on this farm.

WATER

The property includes: (2) Carrizo Irrigation Wells, 3 large stock tanks of which one can be filled with a nearby irrigation well, one domestic water well needs to be reworked at the headquarters and one domestic well supports the hunters and caretakers house.

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Appointments for viewing 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.

Boardhouse Creek 120

Posted on: February 5th, 2019 by Brady Anders

Overview: This diverse 120 +/- acres offers convenient access to San Antonio & Austin and offers good soils, tree cover and spring fed creek.

Land: The land is slightly sloping with the majority of it being usable. The property offers good soils for agriculture use or horses. Diverse tree cover consisting of oak varieties, some pecan, post oak and cedar elm. The property offers direct blacktop frontage off Chimney Valley Road and there are no easements through the property. There is partial barbed wire perimeter fencing.

Water: An old homestead well services the old farm house & Ag use. The majority (but not all) of the Western property line is to the center line of Boardhouse Creek which is Spring fed.

Improvements: There is an old farm house which needs significant remodel but could be salvaged for a nice weekend or guest house. There is PEC electricity on site. The property is partially barb wire perimeter fenced.

Wildlife: Whitetail deer, rio grande wild turkey, feral hogs and other native Texas wildlife.

Financial / Title: The property sale will be subject to new survey to determine exact acreage. Seller will provide basic title insurance. The property carries a current Agriculture tax valuation with Blanco County and 2018 taxes paid were $1,355. This property will have light "family / neighbor friendly" restrictions such as no mobile home or trailer parks. See broker for additional restriction detail. Also, property owners have indicated they were delivered a permission to survey notice from pipeline company.

Scurry County

Posted on: February 5th, 2019 by Williams Steven

646.484 +/- ACRES SCURRY COUNTY, TEXAS
Superb, well maintained property with 360 +/- acres in Wheat and the remaining in native pasture. Income from Cattle and Crop lease, and hunting leases. The seller has cleaned out and improved drainage for two large water tanks and the fencing on 3 sides has been replaced the last 7 years. Abundant deer and other games animals making this property a family recreational hunting and cattle operation. Beautiful views, varying terrain and improved water features make this ranch one of the best with the good stewardship that has occurred.

TERRAIN
Has an outstanding layout with rolling terrain and pastures with perfect cover. The owner has conducted an extensive work improving the native grasses and grazing value of the property.

FENCING
The fencing throughout the property is newer, most parts less than 7 years old on 3 sides and the 4th side though older is in good operating condition.

WILDLIFE & HUNTING
Abundant deer population due to the Wheat Fields and existing cover. Other game includes Dove, Turkey and Hogs. Leased for deer hunting at $2,400 per person or $3,000 for a father / son agreement. Currently 4 hunters lease the property averaging $10,200 annual payments.

STRUCTURES
There is an older set of cattle pens that are still used and old footings remaining from an old homestead but no other structures. Electric on the property with 30amp plug used for the hunters camp.

WATER
The owner has recently constructed and cleaned out 2 larger stock tanks that catch the water drainage and are full.

CATTLE
The owner currently leases the property for Cattle and Crop lease on a annual basis leased for $2560.00 (640 ac $4 per / acr). Leasee would continue leasing if buyer desires.

MINERALS
The Seller believes they own 75% of the oil and gas mineral rights and would consider dependent upon price offering conveying a portion of the mineral rights.

Detailed property layout and water improvements have been made to the ranchs overall aesthetics and marketability. The annual income also makes this a great investment. This Scurry County Ranch is competitively priced to make this a complete operation for the hunter, outdoorsman, cattleman and investor.

Georgetown 21 Acres

Posted on: February 5th, 2019 by Bacon Michael

Great acreage site for small farm or horse/cow property in Weir minutes from East View High School. Minimal restrictions, but no HOA. Stock tank/pond is about 15 +/- feet when full. (No fish in tank at present.) Jiggs bermudagrass was planted and harvested for hay over past several years. Agent has familial relationship to Seller who is also an agent. Buyer agent must be present at initial and all subsequent showings for full commission. Please contact listing agent Brent Brown for all information 512-818-1475.

Sweet Water Farm

Posted on: February 1st, 2019 by Grothaus Sheldon

It is inspiring that such a place as Sweet Water Farm exists and is available to bring a Hill Country dream to fruition! Just down the road from Fredericksburg, this exciting property on the Pedernales River is 224 acres of picturesque beauty. The opportunities presented by the lush, green pastures and riparian bottomlands of this farm and ranch for sale in Gillespie County, Texas are truly unique and exciting.

Accessed via an electric gate along paved Old San Antonio Road and down a tree lined, all-weather entry road, Sweet Water Farm is just five miles from historic downtown Fredericksburg. Just two miles to Highway 290 and three miles to Highway 87, it is convenient to many nearby Hill Country amenities and attractions.

The flora of Sweet Water Farm ranges from the vast acres of Coastal Bermuda pastures dotted with shade from great Live Oaks and Post Oaks to the huge Pecan trees along the river. Almost one mile of Pedernales River frontage offers excellent year round recreation with fishing, swimming, kayaking, picnicking, or hunting. Deep pools in the river are home to both yellow and blue catfish and the rocky shoals are ideal for arrowhead and fossil hunting. Whitetail and Axis deer are abundant in the area, as are turkey, dove, ducks, and even occasional Canada geese.

Improvements include a new 80 x 125 tractor barn with concrete floor, a 60 x 125 lean shed on the back of the tractor barn, and a 50 x 140 pole barn. There are two water wells and three uncompleted, cased wells. The property also includes water rights from the Pedernales.

This land checks all the boxes for not just one but several visions for a prime Hill Country property. It is an ideal permanent or weekend Fredericksburg retreat while still offering agricultural and livestock income opportunities. There are also numerous hunting, vacation, and recreational options for this beautiful land along the Pedernales. An opportunity like Sweet Water Farm is absolutely rare and ripe with potential.