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TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

195 Ac. | US 190

Posted on: November 14th, 2019 by Flack Andy

US 190 frontage. Rolling topography in established pine plantations (2004) on either side of gorgeous, hardwood lined creek through the middle of the tract. Huge hardwood treesoaks, ash, beech.. Electricity along US 190. Internal woods roads, ATV access only. Small amount of oil/gas minerals go with the property.

21 Ac. | Off CR 4210

Posted on: November 13th, 2019 by Flack Andy

OFF THE GRID ! Wooded property East of Woodville with deeded access easement. Raw & untouched, ready to shape to your desire! Buyers, this property has a recorded access easement, however, physical access is unimproved. Access is gated and by walking, only. GPS Long/Lat: 30.816361, -94.282784

Pinecrest Farm – Spring Fed Lake, Ponds, Cabin

Posted on: November 13th, 2019 by John Ed Stepan

A rare opportunity to own a beautiful ranch well located between Austin and Houston just minutes from Highway 71 near Smithville. This rolling topography with improved grass pastures offer beautiful views over Bastrop State Park. A gorgeous, spring fed lake, multiple ponds and seasonal creek offer ample water for livestock and wildlife. Extensive County Road frontage and a Rural Water System add long term investment value to this ranch.

Location: 34 miles East of Austin and 130 miles West of Houston. Bastrop or Smithville are a 15 to 20-minute drive for local services.

Access: Approximately 8000 of County Road Frontage with multiple access points.

Water: Aqua Rural Water for domestic use, several ponds, a wet weather creek and a three-acre spring fed lake.

Terrain: Gently rolling with excellent topography, there are multiple sites on the ranch for additional ponds and lakes. The higher elevations offer excellent views of the surrounding area.

Improvements: A small cabin, pole barn and a set of pipe cattle working pens are located at the ranch headquarters.

Flora: A mixture of pines and hardwoods scattered across the improved grass pastures. The low areas along the creek as well as several locations across the ranch have dense cover providing excellent wildlife habitat.

The improved pastures consist of approximately 400 acres of Coastal Bermuda and Bahia Grass on the ranch. In normal times the ranch will easily support 100 mother cows with replacements.

Fauna: Due to the permanent water across the ranch, there is an abundance of wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Feral Hog and a variety of Varmints

27.03 acres in Atascosa County, Texas

Posted on: November 13th, 2019 by Galm Harold

Great opportunity to own a small hunting tract in Atascosa Co. south of Charlotte, with a nice home. Good brush cover with some open area. Small tank. South Texas deer and wildlife out your back door! Excellent water well. No restrictions. Don’t miss this one! 27 acres South of Charlotte with a nice 1,800-sqare foot home. Home needs only a little work on the interior. Property is in the 100-yr. flood plain. Excellent hunting and no restrictions. Pipeline crosses the property. Good water well. No minerals or ag. exemption. Seller would finance for a qualified buyer.

340 Acres | Z. Hopson

Posted on: November 8th, 2019 by Flack Andy

This property has Tyler County road frontage along County Road 1150. Prime forestry/recreation tract in varying ages of pine plantation bisected by hardwood lined Big Cypress Creek.
One of the most important aspects of this tract is the natural beauty! Excellent wildlife and hunting! For instance, explore East Texas wildlife and habitat along the Big Sandy Trail in the Big Thicket National Preserve!
Competitively priced for the recreation and/or forestry buyer.

7.49 acres in Walker County, Texas

Posted on: November 8th, 2019 by Jeff Markham

Farmhouse Dream. Chip and Joanna would swoon. 80 + year old Farmhouse with Shiplap throughout on 7.49 bucolic Acres. Gorgeous setting with Huge Stately Oak trees standing guard around the home. The acreage enjoys a mix of pine and hardwoods. Deer and wildlife abound. There is a 1500 square foot Metal shop with 2 Roll up doors and 2 walk through doors. The shop has a concrete floor, electricity, newer water heater and framed bathroom that is plumbed. The previous owners had begun a renovation and were living in the home. Home is quite functional with Central Heat and Ac. This grand old lady needs some tender loving care but its hard to find a place with such potential!!

Buck Hollow Ranch

Posted on: November 8th, 2019 by Bacon Michael

Buck Hollow is an outstanding Hill Country ranch, with a lot to offer. Located on paved CR 2275, the property is around 15 minutes from Lampasas, an hour from Georgetown, Cedar Park/Leander, and an hour and an hour and a half from central Austin. Lampasas provides medical facilities and has an HEB, Walmart, and Tractor Supply for various shopping needs. The Lampasas Municipal Airport is a general aviation airport consisting of a 4,200-foot runway (extendable to 5,000 feet) with an Instrumental Flight Rules approach, a small terminal / lounge building, tee hangars, nine aircraft tie-down spaces, and Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS) that is accessible by telephone or aircraft radio, a cement pad for use by emergency evacuation helicopters and a 24-hour self-service fuel dispensing facility.

When you enter the property, the ranch road winds through motts of oaks and along small meadows until you come to School Creek. An impressive concrete crossing allows access across the creek. The crossing creates a dam that backs up a nice stretch of water. There is 2,500+/- feet of School Creek winding through the ranch. The creek is clear flowing, has a rock bottom, and has scenic limestone bluffs, yet is accessible in various locations. The banks are lined with huge hardwoods. The land has varied topography, with elevations ranging from 1,180 feet to 1,300 feet. There are several building sites with scenic views of the surrounding countryside and take advantage of the southeastern breezes. There is good tree cover consisting of Live Oak, Elm, Spanish Oak, Pecan, Cedar, Sycamore, and Mesquite. The lower elevations have meadows that are ideal for food plots or improved grasses. A feeder creek and/or a deep draw offers the opportunity for a pond or lake. There is a well and electricity on the property. The hunting should be excellent due to the ranch not being hunted for many years. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, and hogs. Occasionally quail can be seen or heard.

If you are looking for a great live water ranch for hunting, recreation, or a home place, then Buck Hollow is worth a serious look. Call Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 for more information.

Avery Road Ranch

Posted on: November 6th, 2019 by Guy Allcorn

The Avery Road Ranch in Kerr County, Texas is located less than five miles from downtown Kerrville, Texas and just a mile north of Interstate 10. This secluded outdoor paradise offers paved frontage, a beautifully updated home, amazing views, and great hunting and recreational opportunities.

Originally built in 1985, the two-story, 3,151 square-foot stone home has three bedrooms and two-and-one-half bathrooms. The remodeled interior features include a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, new flooring, and updated bathrooms. The upper level features a wood-burning stone fireplace, and there is a wood burning stove in the lower level den. The house sits at the highest point of the property and a large two-level patio overlooks the beautiful Texas Hill Country. In addition to the attached garage there is a two-bay metal building and detached garage for parking and storage.

A Trinity well provides water to the home and ranch. A large pond spans to almost three acres in the rainy season.

There is a gradual 100+ foot elevation rise from the pond to the house. The low-fenced pastureland is forested with cedar and oak. Native wildlife is found in abundance, including Whitetail deer, Axis, wild hogs, and a variety of birds and seasonal waterfowl.

The Avery Road Ranch is the perfect Texas Hill Country home or getaway.

Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales, LLC. 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 Ranch Sales, LLC.

Alexander River Ranch

Posted on: November 6th, 2019 by Bacon Michael

The Alexander River Ranch offers the opportunity to own one of the few places left that has highway access and river frontage in fast growing Liberty Hill. The 53.79 acres is only 35 minutes from Austin, 20 minutes from Cedar Park/Leander, and 25 minutes from Georgetown. The ranch is located on Hwy 29, approximately 4.5 miles west of Liberty Hill.

The land is gently sloping from Hwy 29 to the river, having 50 feet of elevation change. There is good tree cover, consisting of live oak, elm, mesquite, and cedar. The main attraction is over 1,400 feet of South San Gabriel River frontage. The river is clear flowing and has towering hardwoods lining the bank. A wet weather creek meanders through the ranch and offers the potential for a pond or lake. Soils consist of Sunev silty clay loam, Denton silty clay, Eckrant cobbly clay, and Oakalla soils along the river. These soils are good for improved grasses or food plots for wildlife.

Domestic water in the area is from private wells. The Trinity Aquafer is around 350-500 ft deep.

Electricity is provided by Pedernales Electric.

Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, hogs, and varmints.

The property is Ag exempt and estimated taxes are $32.72.

The Alexander River Ranch is a unique offering that has a multitude of possibilities, from a home place, legacy ranch, development, winery, events center, or a place to invest for the future. Shown by appointment call Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078.

Kinchelo Creek Ranch

Posted on: November 6th, 2019 by Bacon Michael

The Kinchelo Creek Ranch is located on CR 2109, around 20 minutes NW of Lampasas, about an hour from Cedar Park/Leander, and 1.5 hours from central Austin. The best way to describe the 362.15 acres is that it has a lot of character. The diversity in topography makes the ranch feel much larger than it is and there is something new around every corner. There is over 200 feet of elevation change, ranging from 1,440 ft. to 1,220 ft. The hilltops provide big time views and there are home sites that will have almost a 360-degree panoramic view. There are several draws that are potential sites for ponds or a lake. Clear flowing Kinchelo Creek meanders through the property and there are small waterfalls and fern covered banks in several locations. In addition to the 1,700+/- feet of Kinchelo Creek, there is 5,000+/- feet of a feeder creek was still flowing after the dry summer. The creek is ideal to impound a series of ponds or a lake. In addition to the creeks there are four small ponds. There is good tree cover consisting of cedar, live oak, elm, and mesquite. A well provides water for the hunters camp. Game includes deer, turkey, dove, hogs, and varmints.

The property is ag exempt and taxes for 2019 are $597.41.

If you are looking for a great hunting/recreation ranch, a place to build a home, or a legacy ranch to be enjoyed by your family for generations, the Kinchelo Creek Ranch is worth a look. Shown by appointment call Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078.