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Cameron Duck Club

Posted on: June 20th, 2021 by Riley Tim

Cameron Duck Club is conveniently located just +/- 3 miles from Cameron and +/- 74 miles from downtown Austin on FM 2269, Cameron, TX 76520, Milam County. This 686 acre property is currently being used as a duck club by multiple owners. There is a 2,900 sqft lodge built in 2011 that features three guest rooms with bunk beds and/or twin beds for lodge visitors, two bathrooms, kitchen, great living room and approximately 1,150 sqft covered patio added on in 2014. Nearby the lodge are two structures currently used for storage. Approximately 2.75 miles of year-round Big Elm Creek frontage throughout the property. There are six water tanks designed by Ducks Unlimited. The terrain is generally flat except for the lodge location on a hilltop that slopes down into the rest of the property. Cameron ISD. The Cameron Duck Club is a duck hunter’s dream and a great recreational property as well.

Great Location, Views, Paved Frontage on FM 581

Posted on: June 20th, 2021 by Dave Murray

Great location & productive soil! This 11+/- AC tract has frontage on FM 581, less than 10 mins from Lometa, and 18 mins from Lampasas. This tract has a mixture of pasture, and mesquite brush.

UTILITIES: Electricity is close by, and there is a Corix water line at FM 581, or a water well can be drilled.

LOCATION: 1.5 hours from Austin, 18 minutes from Lampasas, 1 hour from Georgetown, Leander, Cedar Park.

WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, Rio-Grande Turkey, Feral Pigs, Coyote, various game birds have all been seen on this property.

Call Josh Smith for more information about this listing: 512.699.4684

155 Acres | Maya 1004 Tract 15

Posted on: June 19th, 2021 by Flack Andy

First time open market offering with historical forestry ownership! From hilltops to valleys, rolling to sloping, young pine to old hardwood you decide! 5,187 Acres total or take your pick from 33 acres up to 916. Rare gem near Eds Creek attracting deer, hogs, beavers, rabbits, and other wildlife! Mix of sandy loam and red dirt soils. Weekend getaway, luxury ranch, investment, or forestry potential you name it!

Nixon Creek Rd

Posted on: June 19th, 2021 by Doug Evans

21+- acres in Gillespie County just 20 minutes N.W of desirable Fredericksburg , Texas . This recently completely renovated home has 3 bedroom 2 baths nothing else needed to feel like a new home , the state of the art lighting and electronic systems are a bonus to the construction. The newly installed generator offers peace of mind to the owner. 2 water wells provide ample water for the home , party barn , and equipment barn. The 40X60 Party barn is equipped with a full bath also the Barn and Main house have upgraded sound , security and lighting systems are wonderful added bonus to this beautiful Hill Country Estate. Call today for a tour of this property.

1,031 acres in Menard County, Texas

Posted on: June 19th, 2021 by Mike Barbour

Summary. This historic ranch is on the market for the first time in over 100 years, since 1909 ! It is a beautiful property, with clearwater springs and elevations overlooking a canyon full of trees. It has seclusion, history, paved access, water and power on the ranch, wildlife, great views all the ingredients for you to customize a great ranch retreat !

History. The Luckenbach Ranch has been in the same family since 1909. It was named after Fritz Luckenbach Sr. and wife Anna, who moved from Fredericksburg and settled in old Menardville in 1888, when it was still part of the Old West.

Fritz was a blacksmith. He started a barbwire fence company when the ranchland in the area was open range. He then started a windmill company, and eventually opened Luckenbach Ford Motor Company in Menard.

The ranch is now being offered, for the first time, by Fritz Luckenbachs great grandson and namesake.

Location. In one of the prettier areas of the Texas Hill Country, it is within 2 miles of Menard and 35 miles west of Mason. That puts it about 2.5 hours from Austin and 1 hour from San Angelo.

Terrain. The terrain is very scenic, with 140 feet of elevation change. The ranch is mostly wooded, primarily live oak and some shin oak, along with mesquite and juniper trees, and a few mature pecan trees. There are limestone bluffs, and elevations with beautiful homesites that have appealing distance views.

Improvements. The ranch will soon be fenced entirely, the east side fence will be new and the fence on the other sides is in fair to good condition. Electric power is in place in 2 locations.

Water. Multiple springs flow thousands of gallons of crystal clear water daily. The springs are active year round, except in very dry periods. The Jackson Hole is fed by the springs and it attracts game animals, birds and varmints. The water hole became widely known after a soldier who was stationed at old Ft. McKavett in the 1800s deserted and was caught there. In addition, there is an old water well and windmill that needs to be reworked.

Wildlife. The Luckenbach is very good game habitat. Whitetail deer are abundant, and the largest deer harvested for the year in the County has come off the ranch several times in recent years. Turkeys, dove, some waterfowl, and occasionally hogs can be hunted. Foxes and other natural predators inhabit this place as well.

Minerals. 100% of the Executive Rights and 33% of the royalties are available with an acceptable offer.

Price. $3100 per acre.

Comments. We invite you to make an appointment and get a personal tour of this historic ranch. Your unique additions and improvements will continue the ranching legacy and make it a blessed place for your family and friends.

The Whitman Ranch

Posted on: June 19th, 2021 by Clifton Bob

The Whitman Ranch on scenic Mormon Mill Road (CR 340) is centrally located in one of the most desirable areas in the hill country approximately half way between Marble Falls and Burnet. The Whitmans have ranched and cared for this 182 acres for well over 40 years. The owners have taken great care to clear the cedars, but left enough growth to provide for more than adequate cover for the abundant wildlife which includes whitetail deer, turkeys, dove, ducks, hogs just to name a few. The ranch is well fenced with 6 different pastures and ALL have water plumbed to them along with a couple of stock tanks/ponds for additional watering sources. The all-weather road leads to a modest ranch house, which was constructed by the current owners. It is a very nice warm house with a native stone fireplace and large timber construction. There is an upstairs loft style bedroom with a small breakfast area or step out on the upstairs porch with a cup of coffee and enjoy spectacular views of the Simmons Mountain Ranch off in the distance which covers thousands of acres of beautiful hills and pastures. There is a barn and working livestock corral/pens with a squeeze chute for handling cattle. Bring your horses, cattle or atvs and turn this into your own legacy ranch.

Call agent Bob Clifton 830-613-5215 or Brad Wilcox 512-461-7042 for more information.

Sutton County | Deer Valley Ranch | SW of Sonora

Posted on: June 19th, 2021 by Hoerster Ken

DESCRIPTION
Deer Valley Ranch is located in southwest Sutton County, about 23 miles southwest of Sonora. Nice improvements are in place with a home and metal barn. The ranch has good terrain change with long-range views, heavily vegetated draws, and good mesquite flats.

LAND
Vegetation on the ranch includes live oaks, juniper trees, mesquite, and good native grass covering the hilltops and valley areas. The main draw bisects the ranch and stretches about 1.5 miles from the east boundary to the west boundary. A good road system navigates across interior roads and most of the perimeter fence lines. There are 13 corn feeders and 3 protein feeders strategically located across the ranch. Blinds include 7 rifle stands and 10 bow blinds that are located at the corn feeders.

A neighbor has a short easement through the southwest corner of the property.

IMPROVEMENTS
A main focal point is the main home that is 1,740+/- sf and is situated on a high point overlooking the ranch. The home has large front and back porches with great views. Nearby is a 1,000+/- sf metal barn with roll-up doors, concrete floor, and skinning area. A water well and electricity are located at the headquarters. Additional utility lines traverse through the ranch that could provide for possible additional water well locations. The views, along with possible other water wells and electricity availability, offer various great building site opportunities.

WILDLIFE
Wildlife is bountiful with axis deer, whitetail deer, blackbuck, fallow, sika, barbado sheep, turkey, dove, hogs, and other animals native to the area.

WATER
A water well is located near the main home and barn with troughs. Another water well located near the southeast corner is equipped with a solar well with a large concrete storage tank and troughs. Several water troughs are also located on the ranch providing water for the wildlife.

Texas Ranches For Sale, as Broker, asserts that the information contained herein is submitted without representation or warranty. All information is deemed reliable but is subject to error, omission, price change, changes in terms and conditions, prior sale, withdrawal from the market without notice, etc.

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.

43.333 Acres South of Evant, TX in Lampasas County

Posted on: June 18th, 2021 by Burks Calvin

43.333 acres just south of Evant, Tx in Lampasas County. The property has a 9 ft. 8 in. x 16 foot storage building with electric, there are 3 RV hookups and 3 water wells. One water well has a submergible pump, one well is operated with a solar panel-submergible pump and the third well is capped but in good condition. The property has over 120 change in elevation with great views and good tree cover. Fiber Optic Internet Service is available from Central Texas Telecommunication in Goldthwaite, Tx. The property is approx. 30 minutes from Lampasas, Gatesville & Hamilton Tx and approx. 1 hour from Killeen, Stephenville, Waco and Temple, TX and 1.5 hours from Austin, TX

Sonora

Posted on: June 18th, 2021 by Roy Raney

THIS RANCH HAS BEEN OWNED BY THE SAME FAMILY SINCE 1909.THIS COUNTRY WAS KNOWN AS STOCK MAN’S PARADISE YOU COULD RUN ANY KIND OF LIVESTOCK
ON THE RANCH FROM GOAT,SHEEP,AND CATTLE
THE RANCH IS DIVIDED INTO FOUR PASTURE AND A HUNDRED ACRE TRAP WITH PENS
THREE WATER WELLS WHICH ARE ELECTRIC
THE RANCH IS ROLLING HILLS AND DRAWS
THE GATES ON TO THE RANCH AND PASTURES ARE BUMP GATES OR PUSH
COVER IS MOSTLY LIVE OAKS A MIX OF CEDAR AND MESQUITE
CLOSES TOWN IS SONORA OR ROCKSPRINGS
IT’S WORTH LOOKING AT

96 Acres | Maya 1004 Tract 19

Posted on: June 18th, 2021 by Flack Andy

First time open market offering with historical forestry ownership! From hilltops to valleys, rolling to sloping, young pine to old hardwood you decide! 5,187 Acres total or take your pick from 33 Acres up to 916. Rare gem near Eds Creek attracting deer, hogs, beavers, rabbits, and other wildlife! Mix of sandy loam and red dirt soils. Weekend getaway, luxury ranch, investment, or forestry potential you name it!