TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

Hunter/Recreational Hill Country Ranch with Views

Posted on: February 16th, 2019 by Dave Murray

This expansive 400-acre Ranch in the heart of the Hill Country features a strong 2,650 ft spring creek that feeds a nice pond surrounded by expansive tree cover including tons of century old Oaks, all of which create a perfect draw for wildlife. The property includes approx. 2,300 ft of frontage off of RR 3347.

Located in the northern part of Blanco County, west of Round Mountain, this site is loaded with rolling hills offering tremendous views in every direction, and is just 30 minutes from historic Fredericksburg, 20 minutes from Marble Falls, Horseshoe Bay and Johnson City, and less than an hour to Downtown Austin.

Additional acreage available

Turnkey Game Ranch with Great Lodge

Posted on: February 16th, 2019 by Brown Jane Bushong

Beautiful turnkey game ranch in fantastic location! All is in place for new owners to step in and start enjoying!

LOCATION & ACCESS: This great game ranch is in Northeast Real County. Access is off Hwy 83 via a private easement road. The entrance is 2 miles south of the intersection of Hwy 41 and Hwy 83 (Garven Store) and about 40 minutes from Kerrville.
IMPROVEMENTS:
** There is plenty of room for your family and friends to gather in the 2250 square foot lodge built in 2011 with open kitchen, dining and living areas and 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. The lodge has the perfect ranch look with the exterior construction being native stone and board and batten siding. It has scored concrete floors, custom built kitchen cabinets, tiled bathrooms with furniture style cabinets, fantastic large antler chandelier, thick walls with heavy insulation, 5 ton AC unit, 50' x 15' porch, fenced yard, rain catchment system that feeds into the pond, Rain Bird sprinkler system, phone line. The house is set in a peaceful, park-like setting overlooking one of the ponds.
** 60' x 30' fully enclosed barn that mirrors the lodge with native stone and board and batten siding. There is also a 15' open breezeway and a 20' parking area, all under the same roof. One end of the barn could easily be converted into an apartment. 30 and 50 amp RV plugs are present.
** High fence in excellent condition
** Good internal roads
** Two fuel tanks
GAME: A great management program is in place, ready for a new owner to take over! Fifteen whitetail does bred to 300 class bucks were brought in. There are also turkey, axis, fallow, aoudad and mouflon present.
WATER: One well at the headquarters (440' deep, 15 gpm) powered by a submersible pump and one well on the east side of the ranch (400' deep, 5 gpm) that is solar powered. Both wells feed into beautiful ponds. You can enjoy fishing for catfish at the one near the lodge!
TERRAIN & VEGETATION: T7 Ranch is in the beautiful part of the Hill Country known as the Divide which has gently rolling terrain and is known far and wide for its great hunting. There is excellent cover with huge liveoaks and some cedar and shinoak.
TAXES: Ag-use valuation is in place, using wildlife.
MINERALS: Seller believes to own a percentage which are negotiable.
PRICE: $3,500,000

PERRY BUSHONG REAL ESTATE
JANE BUSHONG BROWN, Broker Associate 830-640-3254
~~an experienced ranching and real estate family ~~

FM 2585 Hunting Ranch

Posted on: February 15th, 2019 by Beck Steven

This 160 +/- acres is located south of Vernon at the corner of the paved FM 2585 and the county maintained CR 97 S. It is just one mile from the historic 510,000 acre Waggoner Ranch, in an area known for large numbers of deer and trophy bucks.

The land is all in grass, with the north half being improved and the south half in native pasture. The south half has some thick mesquites and good wildlife habitat. It has a lot of game trails running through it, and this is the area from where the posted game camera pictures came too. Whitetails and feral hog will be both be found here, with the potential of shooting a really nice trophy (170"+ bucks have been harvested within a mile of this property.) A 20 +/- acre red-scald ravine runs through this area too, that would be good for predator calling from its ridge or target shooting.

The north half of the land is tall CRP grasses, with some re-emerging brush. A nice pond is located on the far north end that would be good for dove hunting. A second, smaller pond that was originally probably a retaining pond for the oil field is on the far east side in the scald ravine.

This property has active oil field production on it, and no mineral rights will convey with the sale. Six pump jacks are going, and there are three sets of tank batteries in place too. All of the oil production is on the south half of the ranch. The property also has a few junk piles on it that need to be buried (see pictures).

The ranch shares a fence with the neighbor on its east side. The other three sides are not fenced. It has access to electricity on the south end.

LIST PRICE: $1,050/acre | $168,000 total

For more information about this listing, contact agent Steven Beck at cell phone (806) 778-1597.

25 acres in Wilson County, Texas

Posted on: February 15th, 2019 by Randy Schriewer

Corner property with a view and a lot of road frontage located between Seguin and Stockdale just West of Highway 123 on County Road 429 and County Road 427. Nice property with a few trees, some improved grass and a stock pond! See listing agent for restrictions to be placed on the property.

Hidden Lake Ranch

Posted on: February 14th, 2019 by Brady Anders

A PREMIER LEGACY RANCH ONLY 10 MINUTES FROM FREDERICKSBURG.

OVERVIEW
Hidden Lake Ranch sits in south-central Gillespie County and is a short, 10-minute drive just south of Fredericksburg. With a 6-ac +/- lake, improved pastures with deep, rich soils, and beautiful, sculpted hills that offer panoramic views of Fredericksburg and the surrounding countryside, this property has all the ingredients for a legacy ranch or development property.
LOCATION & ACCESS
Historic Fredericksburg is 10-minutes from the front gate via Old San Antonio Rd., Meusebach Creek Rd., and Feller-Hahn Rd. Central Austin is a 1.5-hour drive via US-290 and San Antonio is just over a 1-hour drive via US-87. Crowned "The Best Small Town in Texas" by Southern Living in 2018, Fredericksburg is the gem of the Texas Hill Country. The town features more than 150 shops and galleries, many in fine old stone buildings along Main Street, well-preserved German landmarks, and a multitude of inns and bed-and-breakfasts within walking distance of restaurants, live music, and biergartens. The areas wineries are extremely popular, many of which rise from the idyllic pastures alongside US-290. Along with nearby New Braunfels, Fredericksburg keeps alive and celebrates the heritage of German immigrants who came to Central Texas in the 1800s.
WATER
Lake
At the center of this ranch is a 6-ac +/- lake that is impounded by an earthen dam 600' in length with a 10-12' wide clay core. The floor of the lake is sealed with 2-3' of gray clay that gives the water a clean, emerald hue. At capacity, the lake is 40' deep at the dam. The entirety of the lake can be accessed by gently sloped banks dotted with scattered live oaks. Near the shallower end of the lake, a large stone terrace was constructed providing a beautiful platform overlooking the water. The lake was constructed along a 6,575' primary creek that originates in the southern portion of the ranch that runs northwesterly and eventually off-property. There are multiple locations along this creek for further water development.
Water Wells
The ranch is serviced by five (5) existing water wells and one (1) hand-pump well. Three (3) wells sit near the improvements, two (2) wells sit near the lake, and the hand-pump well sits near the west boundary along the primary creek.
LAND & WILDLIFE
Hidden Lake Ranch provides a variety of habitat types that could be utilized in any number of ways. The northern section of the ranch consists of 276-ac +/- of improved pastures with deep, rich soils. These pastures could be utilized for grazing, hay production, grape production, or some other cultivated crop. In the center of the ranch, lies the 6-ac +/- lake with numerous potential building sites directly along the water.
The southern section of the property consisting of 300-ac +/-, rises into sculped hills covered with Live oak, Spanish oak, Cedar elm, and other native varieties. These higher elevation ridges and peninsulas overlook the lake and provide panoramic views of Fredericksburg and the surrounding area. The elevation ranges from a low of 1,690' in the middle of the property to 1,933' along the upper ridges in the south end of the ranch.
The ranch hosts a robust, native white-tailed deer herd that has been lightly hunted over the last three years. The property also has a healthy herd of Axis Deer that were caught within the property during the construction of the high-fence. Rio Grande turkey and other native wildlife are commonly seen on the ranch.
IMPROVEMENTS
Houses
There is a 1,898 SqFt (3BR/1.75BA) home built in 1953 in good condition that sits near the entrance of the ranch. This home could be utilized as a primary residence or would make an ideal home for a ranch foreman. There is also a 1,120 SqFt historic wood-framed home constructed in 1906 that has been structurally refurbished, stripped of any old paint, and is ready for your personal finishing touches. The original rock homestead constructed of stone and hand-hewn timbers is still standing and provides a charming glimpse into the history of this special property.
Fencing, Gates, & Power
The entirety of the ranch's boundary is high-fenced (8') with corners, entrances, and low-water crossings constructed of 3" & 4" steel pipe. There is one (1) interior cross fence which sections off 140-ac +/- of the front pasture area. The front gate providing access from Feller-Hahn Rd. is electric with a combination keypad for security. Power is provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC) and extends into the ranch in two locations. The first extension runs to the houses and the second extension runs into the middle of the property near the lake.
Roads
Hidden Lake Ranch has a well-constructed 3.90-mile primary road system that is built-up 18-48" with culverts placed accordingly. The road comes into the ranch on the north end, extends through the open pastures, and loops through the scenic hills and around the lake on the south end of the property.
SUMMARY
Hidden Lake Ranch is a spectacular legacy ranch or development property in the heart of the Texas Hill Country on the doorstep of historic Fredericksburg. It is a rare to find a ranch of this size with a 6-ac +/- lake minutes from town. Tremendous variety defines this property with its sculpted, oak covered hills for hunting and recreation and high-quality open pastures suitable for multiple agricultural uses.
FINANCIAL / TITLE
HIDDEN LAKE RANCH, as described herein (576.31 ac), is offered at $9,508,455 ($16,500/ac) for Cash or at Terms acceptable solely at the discretion of the Seller. The conditions of sale are as follows:
1. Offers to purchase or letters of intent must be in writing and accompanied by 2.00% of the purchase price to the escrow account at Hill Country Titles of Fredericksburg, TX.
2. All Prospective Buyers must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Seller, absolute financial capability to purchase the Ranch prior to scheduling an inspection of the Ranch.
3. The Seller will provide and pay for a standard owners title insurance policy. Title to the real property will be conveyed by a general or special warranty deed.
4. The Seller will provide a current survey.
5. Mineral rights which the Seller owns will be conveyed to the Buyer at Closing.
6. The 2018 ag-exempt property taxes were $3,766.54.
This entire Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice and approval of purchase by the Seller. Information regarding land classifications and acreages are intended only as general guidelines and have been obtained from sources deemed reliable; however, accuracy is not warranted or guaranteed by the Seller or Anders Ranch Realty. Prospective Buyers should verify all information to their sole and complete satisfaction. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.
Buyers brokers/agents must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allocated full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Anders Ranch Realty.

Turkey Tracks Ranch – Close to Bertram!

Posted on: February 14th, 2019 by Joey Bellington

Gentle, rolling hills, great tree cover that open to small pastures, good seasonal creek water and 2 sizable ponds characterize this perfect getaway. A well-maintained low fence surrounds the entire property and a good trail system winds its way all through the property as well. The hunting here is good with excellent turkey habitat as well as deer, dove and hogs. Having a comfortable 2/2 manufactured home with a newly built nearby shop and two other storage areas gives you the option of moving in right away. Or maybe youd like to build your own home and use the manufactured home until your dream home is built? The choice is yours because there are many scenic places to put a home. Another significant feature that cant be overlooked is the proximity to small towns, big cities and the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge nearby. Close to Bertram and approximately only 11 miles to Burnet or Liberty Hill gives you near limitless choices of small town Texas. But if you need a taste of the big city life, Georgetown is less than 35 miles and Austin is but 43 miles away. Make an appointment today to see this unique property with all it has to offer that is so close to so much!

Location: Close to Bertram and approximately 11 miles to Burnet and Liberty Hill. Georgetown is but 35 miles away and Austin is 43.

Land: Gentle rolling landscape with some flat areas. There is a good internal trail system as well as gravel road from the County Road to the house. The property is not in the floodplain.

Wildlife: Specifically managed for turkey this is an excellent area for turkey hunters. Deer, dove and hogs offer more hunting opportunities

Water: There are two ponds and several wet weather creeks that are wet for 7 or 8 months out of the year.

House: A gravel road leads to the 1,368 SF manufactured home that is a 2/2 with nice views from the front and back of the home. A newly built shop with workbench, window AC and three windows is close by the home.

Other Improvements: The property is low fenced with an entrance gate. There are two storage sheds as well as a covered equipment area. There is a Kubota tractor, a Bobcat skid steer and zero turn mower that can be purchased separately from the sale of the property.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker or Seller. The Broker (Whitetail Properties) does not assume liability for typographical errors, misprints, nor for misinformation that may have been given us. All property is subject to change, withdrawal, or prior sale. Buyers' agent must be identified on first contact with Broker and must accompany the buyer on showings to receive full fee participation. Otherwise, the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Whitetail Properties.

Rio de San Saba

Posted on: February 13th, 2019 by Tyler Wright

Rio de San Saba is a 92 +/- acre grazing/hunting/fishing/recreation ranch. Whether you want deer hunting or excellent fishing, this ranch has a private and beautiful setting youll want to experience.

Acreage:
92 +/- Acres

Terrain:
Terrain varies from mostly level to a gentle to moderate slope toward the river. Native pastureland dotted with cedar. Brush piles are scatted across the property providing good cover and habitat for wildlife. Most of the cedar on the property died during the drought in 2011.

Improvements:
Older cabin with electricity and water.

Recreation:
Complete recreation ranchhunting, fishing and scenery.

Water:
1 water well at cabin. North property boundary is the San Saba River. Current owner recently had the brush on the bank of the river cleared.

Minerals:
Seller will convey 50% all owned minerals, hunting blinds and jon boat.

Fence:
Good perimeter fences. There are 2 main pastures and 2 traps of which are cross-fenced within the ranch.

All properties are shown by appointment with FINDARANCH. Buyers Broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany client or customer on first showing to participate in compensation.

1.18 Acres | CR 3150

Posted on: February 13th, 2019 by Flack Andy

Beautiful tract just outside of Colmesneil, TX near Lake Amanda and Frog Pond. Build your forever home, use as a weekend getaway, or simply keep as investment property. The possibilities are endless!

9 Acres | CR 3150

Posted on: February 13th, 2019 by Flack Andy

Beautiful tract just outside of Colmesneil, TX near Lake Amanda and Frog Pond. Build your forever home, use as a weekend getaway, or simply keep as investment property. The possibilities are endless!

288 +/- ac. Coleman Co.

Posted on: February 13th, 2019 by DeBord Jerry

288 +/- Ac. Coleman Co.- Several elevation changes and bluffs on Gray's creek with a number of water holes and lots of oaks. Over half in native timber with deer, turkey, quail, ad dove. County road access with electricity available and rural water on property as well as two stock tanks. Good combination recreational/livestock place with potential building sites. Come take a look. $2,500 per acre.