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Goliad 3550 North Ranch

Posted on: September 22nd, 2021 by Davidson Charles

This fertile 1,526 acres is being offered out of the Goliad 3550 Ranch. Traditionally known as the Beef Pasture it affords incredible habitat full of native grasses for quail, wildlife and cattle alike. This incredibly productive ranch is an excellent mixture of productive cattle ranch, hunting and recreation.

Location: Located just 6 miles south of Goliad, TX off of HWY 183. The ranch has 1.8 miles of frontage along HWY 183 with two access gates off the highway. Approximately 160 miles to Houston, 100 miles to San Antonio, 135 miles to Austin and 35 miles from Victoria. The Victoria Regional Airport runway is over 4,900 ft.

Topography, Rangeland & Habitat: The 1,526 acres consist of primarily open coastal plains abundant with native grasses, beautiful oak mottes, scattered mesquite and huisache trees. The seasonal Buzzard Branch runs north-south in the western portion of the pasture for the entire length. Topography is gently sloping from the highest point of 165 ft on the northeast portion down to 135 ft on the south end. The sandy loam soils produce a high biological diversity of native grasses and forbs along with good hardwoods and brush for wildlife.

Wildlife: White-tailed deer are known to be above average for the area, turkey are abundant, excellent quail habitat, dove and hogs.

Improvements: There are miles of all-weather caliche roads throughout the interior of the ranch.

Fencing is all in excellent condition.

Water: Buzzard Branch Creek stretches for over 2-miles north to south, although a primarily wet-weather creek there are large holes that hold water for cattle and game for extended periods. Three stock tanks are scattered throughout the property, all with access to nearby water wells. One tank is fed by a windmill.

Minerals: No minerals are offered for sale. Historically there has been production on the ranch providing for good access through the heart of the property.

Easements: There is one natural gas pipeline traversing the property east to west. No other easements are apparent.

Showings: All showings must be scheduled at least 24-hours in advance. Seller reserves the right to pre-qualify any potential buyer prior to showing.

Co-Brokerage: This property is Co-Brokered with Coldwell Banker- The Ron Brown Company- Billy Murphy, Listing Agent (351) 655-0484

Price: $3,410,200 ($2,950/acre)

The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment or type of use, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination.

Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the States of Texas; Oklahoma; Colorado; Louisiana; Arkansas; and New Mexico are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt, Anthrax, Chronic Wasting Disease), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas real estate, New Mexico real estate, Colorado real estate, Oklahoma real estate, Arkansas Real Estate, or Louisiana real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction.

When buying investment property the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Republic Ranches, LLC.

Republic Ranches, LLC reserves the right to require any or all interested buyer(s) of a particular property to provide proof of financial ability to purchase said property prior to the initial showing or any subsequent showing of the property. Republic Ranches, LLC also reserves the right to refuse to show a property to a potential buyer for any reason at Republic Ranches, LLC’s sole and absolute discretion.

Pond – Seasonal Creek – Ranch House – Well – Electric

Posted on: September 22nd, 2021 by John Ed Stepan

Located in the southern part of Bastrop County this 63 +/- ac tract provides a great property for home site, recreation, retirement, or cattle or horses. The large city of Bastrop is about 15 minutes away and Austin is about a 35 minute drive away.

If you are looking for a property that offers large live oaks, post oaks, and elm trees, this is one to take a look at! This tract is about 80 percent wooded with two nice coastal meadows. This would be good place to have horses and a few cattle. The soils are good loam and give ample opportunities to grow improved and native grasses.

Located on the property is a nice older cabin. This structure has a nice back porch that overlooks the surface tank. It sits under large post oak trees that offer shade most of the day. With some TLC this building would make a good weekend or guest home. It is very livable and would provide a place to live while you build your dream home. There are several great shady areas to construct a home or other buildings on this tract.

The cabin has electric, septic, and a water well. Rural water will also be available if desired.

Wildlife habitat on the property is very good. Whitetail deer, dove, and duck hunting on the ponds are excellent. Native songbirds can be seen all over the property.

The property is fenced on three sides and carries an agricultural exemption. The soils are good sandy loam.

There is more acreage available at this time.

Agents Comments:

We are also offering tracts in this area ranging from 20 to 35 acres.

This ranch is covered with large hardwoods and pretty grassy meadows. A couple of the tracts will have surface water and a seasonal creek. The pretty wooded areas provide excellent wildlife habitat. If you are looking for a great place for family recreation, retirement, or a quite homestead property to build a home under large hardwoods, here it is.

Shown by appointment only with Ranch Investments. 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 Ranch Investments.

Vogel Ranch

Posted on: September 22nd, 2021 by Bacon Michael

The Vogel Ranch is a great place to get away from the city and destress with peaceful serenity of the country. Located in Lampasas and Mills Counties, the ranch is ten minutes to Lometa, twenty five minutes to Lampasas, and an hour and a half to Austin. Lots of road frontage provides an opportunity for development.

The land is a good combination of heavy tree cover and open pasture. Tree cover consists of live oak, elm, mesquite, elm, and cedar. Several meadows are ideal for food plots. Simms Creek runs through the southern end of the property and there a feeder creek has the potential for ponds or a lake. Game includes whitetail, turkey, dove, hogs, and varmints.

Improvements include a neat weekend home (1,779 sq ft Mills CAD). There are 2 bedrooms and a bath downstairs and an upstairs flex room, for extra beds. Nearby is a cabin/man cave, with a fireplace and bathroom.

Other improvements include a 2,100 sq. ft. barn, with overhang, a 3 stall horse barn, and various outbuildings. Water is supplied by Corix Water and electricity by Hamilton Electric.

The Owner will sell the improvements and less acreage. If you are looking for a great place for hunting, recreation, home place, or development, then the Vogel Ranch is worth a look.

Vogel Ranch

Posted on: September 22nd, 2021 by Bacon Michael

The Vogel Ranch is a great place to get away from the city and de-stress with peaceful serenity of the country. Located in Lampasas and Mills Counties, the ranch is ten minutes to Lometa, twenty five minutes to Lampasas, and an hour and a half to Austin. Lots of road frontage provides an opportunity for development.

The land is a good combination of heavy tree cover and open pasture. Tree cover consists of live oak, elm, mesquite, elm, and cedar. Several meadows are ideal for food plots. Simms Creek runs through the southern end of the property and there a feeder creek has the potential for ponds or a lake. Game includes whitetail, turkey, dove, hogs, and varmints.

Improvements include a neat weekend home (1,779 sq ft Mills CAD). There are 2 bedrooms and a bath downstairs and an upstairs flex room, for extra beds. Nearby is a cabin/man cave, with a fireplace and bathroom.

Other improvements include a 2,100 sq. ft. barn, with overhang, a 3 stall horse barn, and various outbuildings. Water is supplied by Corix Water and electricity by Hamilton Electric.

The Owner will sell the improvements and less acreage. If you are looking for a great place for hunting, recreation, home place, or development, then the Vogel Ranch is worth a look.

61 acres between Mason and Llano

Posted on: September 21st, 2021 by Leverett Clayton

61.522 acres on Hickory Grove Road
Located 3 miles South of Pontotoc, Texas, 27 miles from Llano, Texas and 27 miles from Mason, Texas. The following are highlights of the property:

– Private access off Mason County-maintained Hickory Grove Road

– Electricity on-site

– Perimeter fenced

– Recently drilled 5 gallon per minute well

– Excellent views/homesites

– Big hardwoods (mainly Post and Live Oak)

– Close proximity (17 miles) to Castell, TX

-Nice/drivable interior trail systems

The property does have light deed restrictions with the intention of protecting the integrity and value of the area. They are attached below.

Main photo was taken in the Spring and the remaining photos were taken in September 2021.

Additional adjoining 59 acres available.

59 acres on Hickory Grove Road

Posted on: September 21st, 2021 by Leverett Clayton

Located 3 miles South of Pontotoc, Texas, 27 miles from Llano, Texas and 27 miles from Mason, Texas. The following are highlights of the property:

– Private access off Mason County-maintained Hickory Grove Road

– Electricity on-site

– Perimeter fenced

– Two recently drilled wells (5 gallon per minute and .5 gallon per minute)

– Excellent views/homesites

– Big hardwoods (mainly Post and Live Oak)

– Close proximity (17 miles) to Castell, TX

-Nice/drivable interior trail systems

The property does have light deed restrictions with the intention of protecting the integrity and value of the area. They are attached below.

Main photo was taken in the Spring and the remaining photos were taken in September 2021.

Additional adjoining 61 acres available.

Creeks, ponds, & hay barns on gorgeous acreage!

Posted on: September 18th, 2021 by Martin Janet

HIGHEST AND BEST OFFER DUE BY 5PM ON SATURDAY 7-24-2021. SHOWCASE Cattle and Hay Operation!!! Meticulously maintained on 1,188 +- acres just 10 minutes from Sulphur Springs. This gorgeous property with gently rolling terrain features CR frontage to every pasture, fully fenced & cross fenced w 6 strand barb wire & pipe fencing. Fully self sustained, producing hay for sale as well. Two covered sets of working pens with WW Chutes conveniently located on opposite ends of the property. 21 ponds total 2 creeks provide year round water. At 75% capacity this property carries 330 pairs, 400-600 weight gain calves per year. 6 hay barns, 4 of them are 50 X 100 and 2 are 40 X 60. Commodity barn with 2 roll up doors & 3 seed bays. 100 x 400 hay barn & 100 x 400 weaning barn.

Mount Ord Ranch

Posted on: September 18th, 2021 by Davidson Charles

The Mount Ord Ranch, named after the highest peak of the Del Norte Mountain range, is a true legacy ranch and the epitome of a Far West Texas gem. Springs, sky islands, deep canyons, productive grasslands, a prime location, the Mount Ord Basin and extraordinary diversity are some of the many attributes that set this ranch apart from others.

At 6,803 ft above sea level, Mount Ord provides a 360-degree view of arguably some of the most revered landscapes in Far West Texas. On a crystal clear day, the vistas to the south consist of mesas and peaks such as Elephant Mountain, Santiago Peak, Nine Point Mesa and even the Chisos Mountains in Big Bend National Park. The viewshed to the west is equally as impressive and possess iconic landscapes including Cathedral Mountain and the Chinati Mountains on the far horizon.

Location: The entrance to the ranch is located just 12.8 miles south of Alpine, TX on Hwy 118 South. The Alpine-Casparis Municipal Airport is just a short 20-minute drive from the ranchs main gate.

Topography, Rangeland & Habitat: About half of the Mount Ord Ranch is mountainous and foothill terrain, while the remainder is rolling and varied terrain with numerous spectacular canyons and water-cut rock features, including the magnificent Panther Hole.

The mountainous portion of the ranch includes the highest peak of the Del Norte Mountains known as Mount Ord. This peak was named after the great Gen. Edward O.C. Ord (1818-1883) who led large numbers of troops stationed out of San Antonio and patrolled as far as the Trans-Pecos region. The Mount Ord summit is 6,803 ft above sea level and towers approximately 2,000 ft over the floor of the entire ranch. Mount Ord is considered a cuesta peak because of its gentle slope on its south-facing side and its extremely steep slope (or cuesta) on the north and east sides.

One thousand feet below, to the south of the summit, is Mount Ord Basin. The basin is a stunning hidden valley teeming with native wildlife and a concentration of oak, madrone and pinyon pine woodlands.

In addition to Mount Ord Basin, much of the other mountainous portions of the ranch have areas associated with the most desirable types of vegetation found in the Trans-Pecos region: high desert grasslands, oak-juniper-pinyon woodlands and riparian woodlands.

Traversing through the south-central portion of the property, in the rolling desert grasslands at the base of the foothills, is Ash Creek. This riparian area is studded with large Emory oaks, cottonwoods, Arizona ash trees, desert willows and other riparian vegetation.

Wildlife: The big game and upland bird populations on the ranch are exceptional. This is in part due to the diverse habitat with many springs, dense riparian areas, mountains, canyons, valleys, boulders and overall thermal cover. Game and other huntable species found on the ranch include mule deer, trophy elk, white-tailed deer, Rio Grande turkey, javelina, feral hogs, mourning dove, blue quail and mountain lion. Non-game species include black bear and Montezuma quail. In fact, word of mouth has it there are upwards of 13 different mature black bears calling the Del Norte Mountains home.

Over the years, the owners have taken 350 to 400+ bull elk and have reported resident populations of elk to be exceptional as seen firsthand on our visits!

The ranch uses supplemental feed to support wildlife populations, with protein feeders strategically located across the ranch (all within feeder pens).

Seasonal migrations of mourning and white-winged dove and waterfowl also provide wing shooting opportunities.

Improvements: The Mount Ord Ranch has several homes and barns all within the headquarters located centrally on the ranch.

Main Home: The 4,420 sf main home is a 1950s vintage home with 4 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths plus separate guest quarters. Our favorite feature of the home is the sweeping covered porch with spectacular views.
Foremans Home: The 1,736 sf home has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths and is centrally located in the headquarters area.
Bunkhouse: This house is 1,128 sf and can be used for ranch hands or as a hunters cabin.
Horse Barn: 4,000 sf with 8 indoor stalls, 2 tack rooms, round pen and outdoor stalls and turnouts.
Equipment Barn: This 6,750+/- sf equipment barn provide open equipment storage with a portion closed in, originally built for a helicopter hanger.
Shipping Pens: All pipe constructed, loading chute and annually certified livestock scales.
Outside of the headquarters area there are 3 additional sets of working pens.

The ranchs road system allows good access throughout the ranch.

Water: The ranch is extremely well watered by way of over a dozen water wells, significant water storage, distribution and delivery points. In addition, there is an abundance of springs (some developed), seasonal Ash Creek, stock tanks and header dams, all providing life-sustaining water for livestock and wildlife alike, not to mention for folks enjoying the headquarters! The southern end of Ash Creek has water pockets even during the dry months and is a great feature to count on.

The vast majority of the ranch sits above the Igneous Aquifer.

Minerals: Seller to convey 50% of their owned mineral estate.

Antenna Leases: Several entities have leases to maintain antennas on top of Mount Ord providing an annual income stream to the owners. Please contact broker for more information.

Taxes: 2020 taxes were $16,800.00

Asking Price: $23,831,370 or $1,500 /acre

Co-Listed with John W. Carpenter

French Ranch – 546 acs – Gonzales Co

Posted on: September 17th, 2021 by Lynd John

A true diamond in the rough the French Ranch is located north of IH-10 and south of HWY 90 in northern Gonzales County. Booming Austin and San Antonio are a 75 minute drive away with Houston being just under 2 hours. Gonzales is 19 miles to the south and the quiet town of Waelder is 4.5 miles to the east. This generational family-owned ranch has approximately 3500 ft. of frontage along lightly traveled County Road 423.

The ranch is 90% wooded and 10% open country with an impressive array of towering hardwoods including Live Oak, Post Oak, Bull Mesquite and Cedar Elm. Near the center of the property there is a 30 acre Bermuda grass field dotted with huge Live Oak trees. The sandy loam soil in this area has produced an incredibly dense stand of grass that is of high quality and ag-value. The ranch is currently utilized as a cow-calf operation and in normal rainfall years can support 50 animal units.

There are 4 surface ponds, one of which has held water continuously for 70 years. The bass and catfish fishing in one of the larger ponds is rated as excellent. Seasonal Elm Creek enters the ranch near the northeast corner and meanders south the entire length of the ranch for about a mile. Though seasonal, the creek can hold shallow pools of water parts of the year. Even with ownership of both sides of Elm Creek, the amount of floodplain is minimal. The stream bed is a rust-colored gravel highlighted with exposed yellow bedrock. The towering canopy of trees paired with grassy meadows create not only a stunningly beautiful setting but also prime wildlife habitat.

There has been no hunting on the ranch for at least 30 years. This lack of hunting pressure, along with an abundance of natural feed sources, reliable surface water and heavily wooded areas have created a sanctuary for the native wildlife. The ranch is completely low-fenced with large neighbors on 3 sides.

With booming Austin and San Antonio nearby, the French Ranch is a blank slate for its next owner to enhance and improve upon its natural beauty. Mature hardwood forest, abundant wildlife, Elm Creek, raw unspoiled habitat and a highly desirable location make the French Ranch a rare opportunity in todays world.

$3,995,000 or $7,325/acre. This Property is co-listed with David O. Faust – 512.940.3300. Surface offering only. Known easements include a water transmission line and an overhead transmission line both located on the southern portion of the property. The property will be conveyed with an agricultural tax exemption.

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 sole discretion of Listing Broker, Bluestem Ranch Group.

**Information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Sellers, and is subject to change, errors and/or omissions, prior sale and withdrawal from market. Buyers are urged to verify representations on their own regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Property is sold as is where is, with all faultsand without warranty other than that of title.**

10.03 acres in Real County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Shandley Shirley

Property #14: Remote recreational property near Leakey. This 10.03 acre +/- is a little rough to access and 4WD is required but it is worth the trip. Though the terrain is rugged there is plenty of level land to hunt, hike, or build your off the grid cabin. There is abundant cover for the wildlife and hunting is allowed. There is no HOA/POA but there is a nice park with a spring fed swimming hole inside the subdivision. Water shown in photos is NOT on the property but is in the park. Priced to sell at $49.650!

Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on the first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Pioneer Real Estate Shirley Shandley, Broker. DISCLOSURE: ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT IS NOT GUARANTEED BY THIS AGENCY AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE IN PRICE OR TERMS, CORRECTION, PRIOR SALE, OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE.