TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

Rancho Azul

Posted on: November 13th, 2018 by Swope Louie

Property Description:
Rancho Azul is a unique property with excellent farmland and substantial potential for being a great cattle ranch. Located in Zavala County, just minutes from Uvalde and La Pryor with easy access off of Hwy 83. Rancho Azul features three homes and a large patio, making this ranch the ideal place for entertaining and accommodating friends and family or lodging hunters. This ranch will appeal to farmers, hunters and investors alike.

Wildlife:
Rancho Azul is home to your typical south Texas native wildlife. That includes dove, hog, quail, turkey and whitetail deer. This ranch is great for bird hunting!

Terrain:
Fertile fields and south Texas brush country make for great row crops and raising livestock. Black soil and flat fields provide for excellent crop terrain.

Improvements:
Cattle pens, a masonry building, and three homes.

Wells:
Two domestic water wells on the property.

Minerals:
50% of owned minerals convey.

271 Acres Milam

Posted on: November 13th, 2018 by Flack Andy

Great frontage with rolling acres. Trees harvested in 2016 on most of the tract leaving open rolling hills with treed creek drains. Ready for conversion, natural re-gen, or replant. Close to Toledo Bend Lake, the Sabine National Forest and the Indian Mounds Wilderness.

362 acres NW Menard County

Posted on: November 12th, 2018 by Tyler Wright

Approximately 362 acres of gently rolling native pastureland with a wet water draw in NW Menard County. Once part of a larger family ranch, this property is accessible but very private and secluded, has been surveyed, and has access to electricity along the Western property line. This ranch would be a great retreat for recreational hunting with good coverage for deer, hogs, dove, quail, and varmints. Offered at $1,625 per acre.

Access: Private Road known as Wilkinson Lane off Waddell Lane (county road).

Terrain: Gently rolling with a nice hill towards the southern end of property. Small wet weather draw runs from central part out the Northeastern portion of property.

Water: No water well on property at present (water wells are in the area).

Utilities: Access to electricity is along the Western property line.

Wildlife: Whitetail deer, axis deer, hogs, dove and quail can be seen along with bobcat, fox, and other varmints native to the area.

Minerals: Negotiable.

Fencing : Fenced on 3 sides. This is out of a larger family ranch and it has been surveyed. SE property line is cleared and ready for fence to be built.

Note: There is evidence of oak wilt or live oak decline on the property.

Cuatro Cattle & Ranch Co.

Posted on: November 10th, 2018 by Swope Louie

Property Description:
The Cuatro Cattle Ranch is a beautifully diverse South Texas hunting oasis with excellent trophy whitetail deer hunting and first class quail and dove hunting. This secluded, high-fenced hunting ranch was carefully thought out and managed with Texas wildlife in mind. The diverse terrain and vegetation is apparent while you drive through the property. The ranch's diversity consists of thick South Texas brush where visibility is narrowed, to senderos, to wide open prairies with Motts of mesquite and underbrush. Both deer feeders and quail feeders are abundant all over the ranch. This ranch is well watered throughout. In addition to the beautiful ranch land, there is a nice home that overlooks the mouth of the Rio Grande river and Falcon Reservoir. The home sits on a beautiful 9 acres that is separate from the 3,000-acre ranch.

Wildlife:
Cuatro Cattle and Ranch has abundant wildlife with trophy 180 +/- inch deer, great quail populations and plenty of doves. This high fenced ranch has been managed to enhance wildlife and game bird populations and grow trophy Texas whitetail deer. With feeders, watering stations and good brush management, wildlife is thriving. The ranch also has a small deer breeding operation where trophy whitetails are grown and released on the ranch.

Terrain:
The terrain of the ranch is relatively flat with a gentle rolling slope throughout the ranch. The vegetation of the ranch consists of your typical diverse South Texas brush. This brush is high in protein and is known to grow large deer. The mixture of south Texas grasslands, motts of brush and thick high-density brush makes this ranch a perfect combination of a deer hunting ranch and wing shooting ranch,

Improvements:
The ranch has a pretty 3656 sqft rock house that overlooks the Falcon Lake Reservoir. This home is perfect for a game ranch with plenty of rooms to sleep and a large kitchen and living room. The home features a large rock fireplace and wood accents throughout, This home sits on a 9-acre parcel that is separate from the 3,000-acre ranch but is only a short drive away,

Water:
1 water well, with 5 stage reverse osmosis system 30-40 GPM 1,000 + ft deep pumping at 426 feet deep. Multiple tanks and ponds throughout the ranch.

Cherokee Creek 102

Posted on: November 10th, 2018 by Brady Anders

Overview: 102 acres with Cherokee Creek located just off HWY 16 North of Cherokee in San Saba County. This diverse property offers live water, thick cover for wildlife and productive fields suitable for Ag use.

Land: The property is gently rolling with better soils flanking Cherokee Creek. There are 3 existing fields on the property which were recently cut & bailed broken into 8.5, 32 and 10 acre fields. Hardwood tree cover consists of mature Pecan, Cedar Elm, various Oak trees light Mesquite & Hackberry. The center of the property provides excellent wildlife cover.

Water: Cherokee Creek enters flows through the property for 1,805 +/- feet with a nice deep pool of water.

Wildlife: Whitetail deer, feral hogs, dove, Rio Grande wild turkey. Bass & Catfish in the Cherokee Creek.

Financial / Title: The property carries a current Ag Exemption with San Saba County. Seller will provide existing survey and basic title insurance.

77.32 acres in Gillespie County, Texas

Posted on: November 9th, 2018 by SIMPSON ANTHONY

DESCRIPTION: This beautiful secluded farm sits at the end of Lochte-Wise Road. The property is truly one of a kind offering open fields with good grasses and soil, pecan bottoms, live oak trees, 2 ponds, both sides of crystal clear Bear Creek, Historic stone farm house all located in tranquil southern Gillespie County just 15 minutes from Fredericksburg and the Texas Wine Corridor. This farm is a must see for anyone interested in the quiet tranquility of the Texas Hill Country.

LOCATION: 378 Lochte-Wise Road, Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Located 9 miles southwest of Fredericksburg as the crow flies.
15 minutes to Downtown Fredericksburg
40 minutes to Boerne
30 minutes to Kerrville
1 hour to The Rim and The Shops at La Cantera in San Antonio

IMPROVEMENTS: Historic 2-story German style stone home originally built in the late 1800s. The home has 3 bedrooms, a loft, 4 bathrooms, a cellar, two porches, fireplaces in both the living area and master bedroom, along with a combined kitchen and dining room. Beautiful antique wrought iron fence surrounds the yard around the house. In addition to the house, there is a separate garage, utlity room, cattle pens and two older barns with original batten board siding.

EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: No equipment will convey although some may be purchased outside the sale of the farm.

WATER: One water well, 2 stock ponds and approximately 1000 feet of both sides of Bear Creek.

TERRAIN/HABITAT: The property offers deep soil and a great mix of open field and wooded pasture. Grasses include Klein and Coastal. Stunning pecan bottoms line the creekside along the property. Flat to rolling hill country terrain provides the potential for a great olive orchard. Property has excellent perimeter fencing and is cross fenced.

WILDLIFE: Whitetail, axis and turkey

EASEMENTS: None other than those of record

MINERALS: Negotiable

SUMMARY: Call Anthony today to schedule a private showing! 210.854.6365

100 Acres: FM 532, Gonzales County, Tx

Posted on: November 9th, 2018 by Gary Holub

Beautiful 100 acre property dotted with tremendous oak trees and rolling plains. Views from several different building sites make this a one of a kind piece of land. This privateescape could be yours, just minutes from the towns of Moulton, Shiner, and Gonzales. Improved pasture, a pond, and 100 year old oaks make this one of the most tranquil andpicturesque properties in the area. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, and hogs. A small wet weather creek meanders through the property, surrounded by those 100 year old oaks! Water well and electricity are already in place. The property has a set of working cattle pens and a hay field is cross fenced as well. Come build your dream home and enjoy the views and privacy this property has to offer!

Cherokee Creek Ranch

Posted on: November 9th, 2018 by Brady Anders

Overview: 170 acres with Cherokee Creek located just off HWY 16 North of Cherokee in San Saba County.

Land: The property is gently rolling with better soils flanking Cherokee Creek. There are 3 existing fields on the property which were recently cut & bailed broken into 8.5, 32 and 10 acre fields. Hardwood tree cover consists of mature Pecan, Cedar Elm, various Oak trees, light Mesquite & Hackberry. The center of the property provides excellent wildlife cover.

Water: There is an existing water well by the cabin. Cherokee Creek enters flows through the property for 3,942 +/- with a massive new dam built creating a nice pool of water. An additional dam located on the adjoining property, pushes a deep vein of water back up on this property.

Improvements: There is a small 2 bedroom 1 bathroom house on the property. There are 2 electricity meters on site at the homestead and down by the old rock barn by the creek.

Wildlife: Whitetail deer, feral hogs, dove, & Rio Grande wild turkey. Bass & Catfish in Cherokee Creek.

Financial / Title: The property carries a current Ag Exemption with San Saba County. Seller will provide existing survey and basic title insurance.

Cherokee 170

Posted on: November 9th, 2018 by Brady Anders

Overview: 170 acres with Cherokee Creek located just off HWY 16 North of Cherokee in San Saba County.

Land: The property is gently rolling with better soils flanking Cherokee Creek. There are 3 existing fields on the property which were recently cut & bailed broken into 8.5, 32 and 10 acre fields. Hardwood tree cover consists of mature Pecan, Cedar Elm, various Oak trees light Mesquite & Hackberry. The center of the property provides excellent wildlife cover.

Water: There is an existing water well by the cabin. Cherokee Creek enters flows through the property for 3,942 +/- with a massive new dam built creating a nice pool of water. An additional dam located on the adjoining property, pushes a deep vein of water back up on this property.

Improvements: There is a small 2 bedroom 1 bathroom house on the property. There are 2 electricity meters on site at the homestead and down by the old rock barn by the creek.

Wildlife: Whitetail deer, feral hogs, dove, Rio Grande wild turkey. Bass & Catfish in the Cherokee Creek.

Financial / Title: The property carries a current Ag Exemption with San Saba County. Seller will provide existing survey and basic title insurance.

1251 E Jung Road, Cornman Ranch

Posted on: November 9th, 2018 by Dockal Helen

Description: 98.1 Acres, northwestern Gillespie County, Texas, with excellent access off CR E Jung Road.

Land/Water: Rolling terrain accentuated by beautiful hardwoods and excellent cover for wildlife. This ranch is easy to traverse, yet has diverse topography-beautiful hill top vistas dropping into draws, one of which is a wet weather creek with interesting rock formations. In addition to the creek there is a 10 gpm equipped well which provides water for the cabin.

Improvements: A metal cabin, approximately 800 sq. ft., which has a cozy living area, shop area with bathroom, and open front porch. The cabin has running water and air conditioning/heating and two sets of bunk beds. There is also a crushed granite RV parking area with three RV hook-ups, and a storage container. Conveying with the property are three 8 steel blinds, 3-400# automatic corn feeders and 1-700# protein feeder.

Wildlife: The property is wildlife exempt and the owners have been diligent to enhance the wildlife population. White tail deer, turkey, feral hog and other wildlife native to the area are plentiful.

Fencing: The ranch has a gated entrance and is fenced on three sides, the west side being unfenced.

Financial/Title: The ranch is listed at $695,000.00, or $7084/acre. Seller will provide basic title insurance and survey. Seller to convey all owned minerals. Property is currently under a Wildlife Exemption.

Comments: This is a very attractive, turn-key hunting ranch, only minutes from Harper, Texas, and a short 15 minute drive to iconic Fredericksburg. There are several great home sites with views for someone wanting to sink permanent roots down in this great Texas soil. Dont miss this opportunity to purchase a move-in ready property! Give us a call to take a look!

All information contained herein was obtained through research by the Broker and associates but is not warranted by Helen Dockal, Broker, Nine Bar Land & Cattle, LLC expressed or implied. All information herein should be verified by your own source. Maps shown are prepared for general illustrative purposes only and may not be exact. All listings are subject to errors, omissions, change of price, rental or withdrawal from the market by the Seller.

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