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Posted on: June 26th, 2020 by Hill Kim

Land for Sale in Texas. 82+/- Acres in Hamilton County. This property is ag exempt and features a large 30×50 metal shop. There is a nice tank towards the back of the property. This acreage is partially fenced and has some cross fencing. The property has plenty of open pasture for grazing with native grasses and some parts are planted with sunflowers for dove. There is beautiful Mature tree cover across the property to include Oak and Elm trees and there is evidence of white tail deer in the area. There are several ideal home sites on this property and it would make a great place to build a custom home in the country. There is access to electric at the road, the buyer would need to verify expense to bring into the property. The elevation reaches over 1000 feet making for beautiful views. This property has road frontage to CR 410 and is just off of FM 1241. There is more acreage available!

Land, Acre, Lot For Sale 10 + ACRE Call now! this will go fast!!

Posted on: June 25th, 2020 by Spillers Russell

76.19 Acres in Lometa, Lampassas County

Posted on: June 24th, 2020 by Dave Murray

This longtime working family 252 acre ranch is sold as a whole or in 3 parcels. The property is versatile and has views for miles. Level pasture great for raising cattle for an ag exempt/horses. Fencing on one side only as the 252 acres was subdivided. Wet water creek runs throughout. Sold as whole (252.12) 80.47 or 76.19 – Electricity Available. Well and Septic Needed.

80.47 Acres in Lometa, Lampassas County

Posted on: June 24th, 2020 by Dave Murray

This longtime working family 252 acre ranch is sold as a whole or in 3 parcels. The property is versatile and has views for miles. Level pasture great for raising cattle for an ag exempt/horses. Fencing on one side only as the 252 acres was subdivided. Wet water creek runs throughout. Sold as whole (252.12) 80.47 or 76.19

95.5 Acre Ranch in Lometa, Lampassas County

Posted on: June 24th, 2020 by Dave Murray

MOTIVATED SELLER…This longtime working family 252 acre ranch is sold as a whole or in 3 parcels. This 95.50 parcel includes the 2B/2B house, well, septic and electricity. The house has good bones but will require work or remodel. One Pole barn and other metal structures on site for storage. The property is versatile and has views for miles. Level pasture great for raising cattle for an ag exempt/horses. Fencing on one side only as the 252 acres was subdivided. Wet water creek runs throughout. Sold as whole (252.12) 80.47 or 76.19. Please contact agent for combo code.

Other tracts available:

Entire 252.12 Acres (#8143999) $819,000
80.47 Acres (Rectangular shape) (#8214730) $375,000
76.19 Acres (Property behind the house) (#8214747) $365,000 – The redline shows where the road to be access.

Peach Ridge Farm

Posted on: June 21st, 2020 by Davidson Charles

Conveniently located just 2.5 miles south of Highway 90 and 6 miles southwest of Brookshire, this 65 acre ranch was previously cleared and maintained to pasture polo ponies. Improved Bermuda pastures scattered with hackberry, elm and oak trees make this gorgeous tract the perfect place to turn out livestock or build your dream home. The property is now bordered by turf, shrub and tree farms taking advantage of the fertile soils and productive groundwater. Several nice residential properties lie to the north along Peach Ridge Road. The well know Brookshire Polo Club sits just 5 miles north of the ranch.

The property has over 1,300 feet of frontage on House Road, a well surfaced and maintained caliche road bordering the tracts along the southern fence line and over 1,600 feet of frontage on Peach Ridge Road, a paved blacktop on the western boundary which ties directly into Highway 90 to the north.

Brazoria Clay and Clay Loam soils allow for diverse farming, residential or commercial development potential. The ranch is bounded by a nice exterior pipe fence with planted oaks dotting the pastures and along the margins.

The property sits 40 miles west of Houston and just 20 miles west of Katy.

Turkey Bend Ranch

Posted on: June 19th, 2020 by James King

Location
Turkey Bend Ranch is situated on the banks of Lake Tavis near the town of Spicewood in southern Burnet County. Located directly across the lake from Turkey Bend Recreation Area, the protected natural viewsheds and unspoiled shorelines of the ranch and its surroundings create an unmatched sense of privacy yet accessibility along the growth corridor of SH 71. Accessed off paved County Road 410A, this scenic Hill Country retreat is within a 45-minute drive of Austin and just minutes from the amenities of Bee Caves and Marble Falls.

Acreage
68 Acres

Description
Turkey Bend Ranch is part of the Edwards Plateau of Texas commonly referred to as the Hill Country, one of the most biologically diverse regions in the nation with a rich assemblage of wildflowers, grasses, shrubs, trees and native wildlife. Bedded limestone of the Hill Country creates a matrix of bluffs, wooded hillsides and deep-soiled meadows that are found on the property. Gently rolling down from the western entrance towards the Lake, much of the ranch consists of scattered Live-Oak and Post Oak woodlands above a blanket of native grasses, wildflowers and forbs. As you near the lake the landscape levels out into broad sloping meadows and brush lines waiting to be sculpted into ones homesite and lakeside estate. The ranch boasts approximately 3,500 feet of Lake Travis shoreline with several fantastic locations to improve boat docks, ramps, and other access to the recreational waters of Lake Travis. Cool clear waters of spring-fed Alligator Creek run yearlong along the north edge of the property as it merges into Lake Travis. This stretch of the ranch, with limestone bluffs, clear riffles and deep swimming holes has endless recreation opportunities and is a unique addition to the typical lakefront.

The 1,300-acre Turkey Bend Recreation Area spans the shoreline directly across for several miles creating permanently protected views from around the ranch. This property is home to White-tailed Deer and Rio Grande Turkey for the hunting sportsman, and an abundance of neo-tropical songbirds and raptors for the non-game wildlife enthusiast.

Improvements
Improvements on the ranch consist of a unique wood barn nestled on a wide ledge well above the floodplain. There several fantastic building sites scattered around the property in a variety of settings, all with potential to take advantage of the protected views. A good all-weather road winds around and down the center of the ranch. Electricity is run from the southwest corner to an old homesite that is centrally located.

Water
In addition to the year-round surface water of Lake Travis and Alligator Creek, public water utilities are accessible at the entrance of the ranch and an inactive water well is located near the lake. This area of the deep-water Lake Travis has been navigable to and from by boat even during the worst of droughts and low lake levels.

Chadbourne Ranch

Posted on: June 19th, 2020 by Davidson Charles

The Chadbourne Ranch is a large, productive Red River bottom ranch. Fronting 4 miles of FM 108 just north of Texarkana, it has all weather access via this paved highway to the various pastures. The property has been under the same ownership for approximately 40 years and is priced competitively in the market.

Location
The ranch is located on the state line about 6 miles north of Texarkana, a strong agricultural base in the area. The land is all north of Loop 49, and east of US 59-71. Total acreage is 2,292+/- acres: 2,272 acres are in Miller County, Arkansas and 20 acres are in Bowie County, Texas.

Land
The ranch has over 4 miles of frontage on FM 108, and both sides of this for approximately 2.5 miles. Soils are mostly clay (Bossier and Billyhaw), with some sandy and alluvial soils near the river. Just to the west is the Kansas City Southern rail that runs north and south along US 59-71 north. Chadbourne Ranch is 80 miles north of Shreveport, and 185 miles east of Dallas, with an elevation at 325. It lies within the Texarkana ISD.

Carrying Capacity
This ranch has historically been able to carry about 600 mama cows, utilizing a few small areas for hay production as well. There is a year to year tenant in place who has been on the property for over 7 years.

Water
This ranch has approximately 1/2 mile of frontage on the south side of the Red River. There are 4 water wells in good working order. Numerous stock ponds are scattered on the ranch, which has a few miles of Cedar Creek, and intermittent creek system that holds water. The land receives approximately 48 inches of rainfall per year.

Pecans
The ranch has over 100 +/- acres of old pecan groves.

Improvements
Improvements include a mechanic shop, office, and a 50 x 50 barn in a headquarters area on the highway. One set of working pens is on the northeast area of the ranch.

Minerals
Minerals are not available and currently there is no production on the ranch.

Misc
There is a 16 water utility line that services the stretch of Hwy 108 where Chadbourne Ranch is located. This water comes from the Millwood Water Treatment Plant (located 20 miles north of the city of Texarkana), which conveys water to the northern region of Texarkana through a 42 transmission main routed south along the State Line Avenue.

Shown by appointment only.

4bed, 2ba Mobile home on 99 acres near Lake Fork!

Posted on: June 17th, 2020 by Martin Janet

Sandy Hilltop cattle ranch in Southern Hopkins County. Near Lake Fork and Interstate 30. Double wide mobile home, all fenced, 76 x 48 equipment or hay shed, 37 x 55 covered cattle working pen with a 6-foot fence, tub sweep pen, and hydraulic squeeze chute with scale. Attached office or vet area. Several separate pastures lead to working pens. 475 foot well, electric fencing, nice meadow and large pens with scattered trees. 30 acres of heavy woods for hunting. Lots of deer and other wildlife. Great cattle operation. Second septic for another home as well as a nice build site. Gated entry and long, private drive back to home and barns.

Haynes Farm

Posted on: June 16th, 2020 by Larry Jacobs

Haynes Farm – Almost 74 acres in the rolling hills of southern Grimes County. Mostly hay pasture so ag. exempt. Two ponds each with a windmill. Band of trees along Sand Creek offers excellent wildlife habitat. Two recent Palm Harbor doublewides share a covered picnic pavilion and a firepit. 60×40 shop building provides lots of space for ag equipment and other machinery. It has power, four roll-up doors, one man-door, a concrete apron, and a water tap just outside. Water is from a local water system. Power has been brought underground so no unsightly power poles. Each home has its own septic system. 50 ft of elevation change from the highest point to the draw where Sand Creek crosses the property. Sited at the end of a long driveway, the property is quite secluded; yet offers easy access to College Station or Houston. Sellers will include all furnishings and 50% of minerals owned for the right offer. Haynes Farm is ready to welcome your family to country living.