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11.12 Ac, 2157 CR 114

Posted on: July 3rd, 2022 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

Description: 11.12 acres in West Milam County Developed with Horses in Mind.
LOCATION: Located north of Hwy 36/190 between Rogers, New Colony and Buckholts, in Milam County near the Bell County Line. Regionally situated in Central Texas between Austin and Bryan/College Station.
LAND Cover: Mostly Open Pastureland. Some Tree Cover Along Pond.
IMPROVEMENTS: Gated Entrance with Pipe Fence with Drive-way Entrance at the North end of the Property. Approximately 900′ of Gravel Driveway to a 26’x39′ Recreational Vehicle Roof Cover with room for additional vehicle. Additional outbuildings include a 15’x30′ Open Equipment Shed with Graveled Base, a 20’x40′ Cargo Container with Attached 19’x40′ Open Livestock Shed. There are Poles Only in the Ground for a 30’x40′ Shed that has been started. Additionally, there are multiple Small Animal or Poultry Houses. There is an onsite water meter with about 1,200′ of water lines to RV Cover and Poultry Houses.
HYDROLOGY: There is a Small Pond and a Larger Shared Pond on the Neighboring Property Line at the Start of a Tributary of the South Elm Creek which downstream feeds in the Big Elm Creek.
TOPOGRAPHY: Mostly Flat with a Gentle Slope towards the Waterway. 50′ of Elevation Changes from 460′ to 510′ above Sea Level with 0% – 5% slopes.
SOILS: Mix of Heiden Clay, Satin Gravelly Clay Loam, Ferris-Heiden Complex and Houston Black Clay with an average capability rating of 3.41.
Utilities: Coop Electric Overhead Single Phase Electric Lines Service and Onsite Electric Meter.
ROAD Frontage: County Maintained All-Weather Gravel Road Frontage along CR 114. Well Maintained. Property is 2/3rds of a Mile East of FM 2184.
School: Buckholts Isd.
Tax: 2022 Property Taxes Estimated to be $908+-.
Comments: Shown by appointment only / listing agent must be present.

Turkey Ranch – 320 Acres

Posted on: July 2nd, 2022 by Frasier Richmond

Contact Wade Arrington at 817-301-9225 for all questions related to this listing.

Turkey Ranch is an incredible 1,160 acre panhandle ranch for sale in northern Motley county Texas. Approximately 7 miles south east from Turkey, Texas, this sandy oasis is situated just 250 miles from the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and 100 miles from Amarillo and Lubbock.

This sportsman’s paradise has free range mule deer, whitetail, quail, dove, and hog hunting. The unique terrain is great for recreation such as horseback riding and off-roading. Adjoined by two large ranches on the East and North, this ranch provides incredible privacy and seclusion. Turkey Ranch has a full perimeter fence, and cross fencing, for cattle production.

This property is enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program which pays on a yearly basis at approximately $33,000, with the last payment in 2022. The CRP program does not affect any type of hunting on the property, but allows for a great return on investment for any use.

Contact Wade Arrington of Legacy Broker Group at 817-301-9225 to make Turkey Ranch the beginning of your own Texas land legacy, or for information on available land and ranch properties across the state of Texas.

Llano County Baby Head Ranch

Posted on: July 2nd, 2022 by Clifton Bob

This ‘ideally’ located small ranch is in the the heart of the Texas Hill Country and Highland Lakes. Only eight (8) miles north of Llano, TX on beginning of CR 226 right off Highway 16.Llano is the mecca for team ropers, in addition to many events held at the Kuykendall Event center west of town. Next town up Highway 16 road is the berg of Cherokee and just a bit farther is San Saba, which is quickly becoming a destination for wine lovers and boot shoppers. Last but certainly not least, one of most popular destination if Fredericksburg, which is only thirty-nine (39) miles south of Llano on Highway 16. Location, location.

Please see the basic overview of this neat tract.

Size:
86.57 acres, more or less. Rectangular in shape.

Water:

There is not a well on the place. There are wells close by but no well has ever been drilled. Surface water consists of three (3) tanks/ponds. Two of these are fed by Wright’s Creek which enters the property on the NW corner. The other one is on the back fence line of and is fed by small creek which comes from the neighboring ranches on the north.

Soil:

This ranch is primarily sandy loam to sandy soil, which is excellent for coastal bermuda, food plots for wildlife, small grain, and other crops that need good soil.

Tree Cover:

Mesquite trees and bushes are the predominant species. The majority of these are second growth or small with a number of trunk branches. However; there are some magnificent Live Oaks plus several Post Oaks that are scattered over the ranch. Particularly, there is a thick Live Oak and Post Oak grove along the rear fence line.

Topography:

The land is fairly ‘flat’. There is a slight rise from the front along County Road 226 to a high point in the center rear of tract. It falls off going back towards the back fence line and the Oak grove. Nice spots for homesite. Area to the south has panoramic view of mountains along County Road 226. Nice agricultural activities going on close.

Fences:

Only perimeter fence. There is a small fenced in tract in the middle, not sure what purpose. Fences are old and have not been maintained. With some work, would hold or keep out livestock, but depending on buyer’s use, a fencing project is most likely in order.

Summary:

This is a very well located small ranch in one if not the most desirable rural area in Texas. Ready for new owner. Has been in same family for many, many years. Some TLC could be in order depending on buyer’s tastes and level of development desired.

Let’s go look.

20504 County Road 1, Hallettsville, TX 77964

Posted on: July 1st, 2022 by Helmcamp Gary

Approx. 79 acres on CR 1 in Lavaca County 23 miles south of Hallettsville (north of Hwy 111) featuring an ideal mix of native pastureland for livestock grazing & partial woods for wildlife habitat highlighted by historic Live Oaks & Lavaca River frontage!

DETAILS

– Ideal recreational property for weekender, hunter & outdoorsman

– Pastureland includes scattered Live Oaks/Mesquites & river bottom includes Pecans/Cottonwoods

– +/-522′ gravel county maintained road frontage on east boundary

– +/-1,782′ Lavaca River frontage on west boundary

– Mostly sandy soil

– 90′-140′ elevation (approx. 15 acres along the river is in the 100 year FEMA floodplain)

– Abundant wildlife, including deer, hogs, turkeys & small game

– Ag-exempt through cattle grazing

– Ezzell ISD

– Similar to larger size neighbors

– Electric meter in place (GVEC)

– 6.63″ DCP natural gas pipeline crosses western part of property, per MapRight

– 3 miles from Hwy 111 & 12 miles from Hwy 77

– 30 minutes south of Hallettsville & 45 minutes north of Victoria

Contact Tri-County Realty for additional info or to schedule an appointment to view. Tri-County Realty will co-broker evenly with Buyer’s Agent making initial contact & present at all property showings.

33.43 +/- Acres near Coryell City, TX Coryell County

Posted on: July 1st, 2022 by Burks Calvin

33.43 Plus or Minus acres with FM 929 Frontage & CR 262 frontage. The property is rolling with good views to the north and native grass pasture. You will need to check on the availability of a water meter with Coryell City Water and electric is along CR 262. The property is approx. 20 minutes from Gatesville, McGregor & Crawford and approx. 40 minutes from Waco and and approx. hour to Temple & Killeen.

Rancho Mason

Posted on: July 1st, 2022 by Grothaus Sheldon

Rancho Mason, for sale in Kinney County, Texas, is 64 acres ideal for country living or a hunting getaway. The property has been owned by the same family since 1986 and offers numerous options to the discerning ranch buyer within 20 minutes of Brackettville. This secluded yet accessible ranch is also just 35 minutes from Uvalde, about a two-hour drive from San Antonio, and under an hour from Del Rio, with an easement on Ranch to Market Road 334.

This property stands to be the ultimate hunting camp with lodging, great access, several high points with 360-degree views, and water already in place. The headquarters area offers a 450 square-foot hunting cabin with one bedroom, a second 260 square-foot one-bedroom cabin, an outdoor shower, and an outhouse. There is also a hay barn and a storage room with a cement floor.

There is one Edwards well, six water storage tanks, and two water troughs that provide water to the property. This is one of the few properties in the highly desirable N Bar Ranch that has water, which pulls a lot of wildlife to the ranch. The acreage is an excellent Whitetail habitat that also attracts a number of Axis, aoudad, quail, turkey, and dove.

Excellent brush management creates edge habitat for wildlife and provides access throughout the ranch. The ranch is low fenced with dirt ranch roads and cleared senderos giving 2WD access.

Rancho Mason offers almost limitless options as a scenic weekend getaway, hunting retreat, homestead, or development project set within commuting distance to San Antonio. This is a gorgeous piece of Western South Texas brush country within close proximity to all the amenities that Brackettville has to offer.

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.

Soda Springs Farms Tract 1

Posted on: July 1st, 2022 by Henry SchmidtIII

OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE WITH 25K DOWN!

Rolling pastures, excellent views, scattered Post Oak Trees and paved road frontage!

Located 7 miles North East of Luling, 14 miles to Lockhart and 30 miles South of Austin.

New fencing and entrance were recently installed along the paved county road, Bluebonnet Electric Service onsite (no meter in place) and water well will be required.

Whispering Waters Ranch Tract 5

Posted on: July 1st, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Offering 10 exclusive, private creek front homesite tracts ranging in size from 10 to 36+/- acres along the banks of beautiful Honey Creek, just south of Hico, TX.

Summary: Looking for a slower pace of life and the peace and serenity of the country. Whispering Waters Ranch is an exclusive 10 tract subdivision of the northern most 185+/- acres of a former 1,375+/- acre ranch property located approximately 4 miles South of Hico, Texas, offering private access creek front homesite tracts ranging from 10-36+/- acres along the banks of beautiful Honey Creek. In addition to the wonderful creek frontage, these properties feature excellent topography, scenic views, diverse terrain, plentiful hardwoods, abundant wildlife, and outstanding proximity to Dallas/Fort Worth, Waco, and Austin. Come lay stake to your new home place or family getaway just minutes from the historic town of Hico, where you’ll find a revived downtown with great restaurants and shopping, as well as numerous annual events such as the Texas State Cookoff, Old Settler’s Reunion, Billy the Kid Day Car Show, Downtown Holiday Open House, and many local area attractions such as Rough Creek Lodge and Resort, Circle T Arena Inn and Steakhouse, Fossil Rim Wildlife Center, Dinosaur Valley State Park, Meridian State Park, Lake Proctor, Lake Whitney, and much more.

Directions/Location: From the intersection of US-281 and TX-6 in Hico, go South on US-281, 4.1 miles to Hamilton CR 207 and Hamilton CR 208 on left. The property begins near these intersecting roads with frontage along US-281, CR 207, and CR 208.

Description: Whispering Waters Ranch provides an array of opportunities for buyers seeking scenic potential homesites, unique terrain, and that always highly sought after water frontage. Honey Creek borders and fronts along each available tract as it meanders its way through the original ranch. Electric utility service lines are already in place on much of the property and private entry access points will be made available in accordance with entrance regulations of Hamilton County, Texas.

Water: Honey Creek, a well-known rock bottom clear water creek and major tributary of the Bosque River in the area, meanders through this portion of the original ranch for approximately 8/10th of a mile. Per the map, each individual tract has varying amounts of Honey Creek frontage and multiple tracts may be combined and purchased if additional acreage and creek frontage are desired. Underground water in the area is excellent as the property sits over the prolific Trinity Aquifer, where water wells should be easily attainable to provide water to improvements and fresh water troughs for livestock and/or wildlife.

Terrain: There is approximately 80+/- feet of elevation change across this portion of the original ranch with higher elevated portions being on either side of Honey Creek and offering views back toward the creek valley as it carves its ways through the landscape. Overall the property and tracts are moderately to heavily wooded, with some clearing and under brushing already having been done on the tracts that front along CR 207. Hardwood tree coverage consists of live oak, post oak, spanish oak, pecan, elm, and hackberry, with cedar/juniper, mesquite, elbowbush, bumelia, sumac, and a variety of other brush species. There are some portion of creek bottom pasture offering grazing for livestock and prime locations for establishing wildlife food plots. All culminating to create a beautiful landscape, with scenic ridgelines, rough draws, and good fertile bottom land.

Wildlife & Hunting: The property is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including deer, turkey, dove, duck, hog, bobcat, fox, coyotes, squirrel, raccoon, possum, and a multitude of song birds. The abundant tree cover along and reliable water source provided by Honey Creek make this area a well-travelled corridor for wildlife.

Fencing & Roads: Perimeter fencing ranges from excellent to fair, with some high fencing along the south and east sides of the property. Interior tract lines are currently unfenced, subject to a survey, and will need to be fenced as a requirement of a purchase contract unless multiple tracts are assembled, whereby proposed interior lines would not need to be fenced. It is believed that each individual tract meets the frontage requirements of Hamilton County, Texas, necessary to be approved and create private access along CR 207 and CR 208. All current interior roads and trails are unimproved.

Easements: Aside from the typical electric utility easement that services the property, there are no known easements encumbering the property or providing access to neighboring landowners. Subject to title search.

Minerals: There is no O&G production on the ranch or in the immediate area. Buyer will assume responsibility and expenses associated with a mineral ownership report if one is desired.

Utilities: United Cooperative Services provides electrical service to the ranch.

School District: Hico Independent School District

Taxes: Property is currently ag-exempt.

Deed Restrictions: As terms of a sale some deed restrictions will apply. Contact agent for more information.

Asking Price: $197,925

Contact:
Bret Polk, Agent
254-965-0349 mobile

Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.

All information is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is subject to change without prior notice.

Whispering Waters Ranch Tract 1

Posted on: July 1st, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Offering 10 exclusive, private creek front homesite tracts ranging in size from 10 to 36+/- acres along the banks of beautiful Honey Creek, just south of Hico, TX.

Summary: Looking for a slower pace of life and the peace and serenity of the country. Whispering Waters Ranch is an exclusive 10 tract subdivision of the northern most 185+/- acres of a former 1,375+/- acre ranch property located approximately 4 miles South of Hico, Texas, offering private access creek front homesite tracts ranging from 10-36+/- acres along the banks of beautiful Honey Creek. In addition to the wonderful creek frontage, these properties feature excellent topography, scenic views, diverse terrain, plentiful hardwoods, abundant wildlife, and outstanding proximity to Dallas/Fort Worth, Waco, and Austin. Come lay stake to your new home place or family getaway just minutes from the historic town of Hico, where you’ll find a revived downtown with great restaurants and shopping, as well as numerous annual events such as the Texas State Cookoff, Old Settler’s Reunion, Billy the Kid Day Car Show, Downtown Holiday Open House, and many local area attractions such as Rough Creek Lodge and Resort, Circle T Arena Inn and Steakhouse, Fossil Rim Wildlife Center, Dinosaur Valley State Park, Meridian State Park, Lake Proctor, Lake Whitney, and much more.

Directions/Location: From the intersection of US-281 and TX-6 in Hico, go South on US-281, 4.1 miles to Hamilton CR 207 and Hamilton CR 208 on left. The property begins near these intersecting roads with frontage along US-281, CR 207, and CR 208.

Description: Whispering Waters Ranch provides an array of opportunities for buyers seeking scenic potential homesites, unique terrain, and that always highly sought after water frontage. Honey Creek borders and fronts along each available tract as it meanders its way through the original ranch. Electric utility service lines are already in place on much of the property and private entry access points will be made available in accordance with entrance regulations of Hamilton County, Texas.

Water: Honey Creek, a well-known rock bottom clear water creek and major tributary of the Bosque River in the area, meanders through this portion of the original ranch for approximately 8/10th of a mile. Per the map, each individual tract has varying amounts of Honey Creek frontage and multiple tracts may be combined and purchased if additional acreage and creek frontage are desired. Underground water in the area is excellent as the property sits over the prolific Trinity Aquifer, where water wells should be easily attainable to provide water to improvements and fresh water troughs for livestock and/or wildlife.

Terrain: There is approximately 80+/- feet of elevation change across this portion of the original ranch with higher elevated portions being on either side of Honey Creek and offering views back toward the creek valley as it carves its ways through the landscape. Overall the property and tracts are moderately to heavily wooded, with some clearing and under brushing already having been done on the tracts that front along CR 207. Hardwood tree coverage consists of live oak, post oak, spanish oak, pecan, elm, and hackberry, with cedar/juniper, mesquite, elbowbush, bumelia, sumac, and a variety of other brush species. There are some portion of creek bottom pasture offering grazing for livestock and prime locations for establishing wildlife food plots. All culminating to create a beautiful landscape, with scenic ridgelines, rough draws, and good fertile bottom land.

Wildlife & Hunting: The property is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including deer, turkey, dove, duck, hog, bobcat, fox, coyotes, squirrel, raccoon, possum, and a multitude of song birds. The abundant tree cover along and reliable water source provided by Honey Creek make this area a well-travelled corridor for wildlife.

Fencing & Roads: Perimeter fencing ranges from excellent to fair, with some high fencing along the south and east sides of the property. Interior tract lines are currently unfenced, subject to a survey, and will need to be fenced as a requirement of a purchase contract unless multiple tracts are assembled, whereby proposed interior lines would not need to be fenced. It is believed that each individual tract meets the frontage requirements of Hamilton County, Texas, necessary to be approved and create private access along CR 207 and CR 208. All current interior roads and trails are unimproved.

Easements: Aside from the typical electric utility easement that services the property, there are no known easements encumbering the property or providing access to neighboring landowners. Subject to title search.

Minerals: There is no O&G production on the ranch or in the immediate area. Buyer will assume responsibility and expenses associated with a mineral ownership report if one is desired.

Utilities: United Cooperative Services provides electrical service to the ranch.

School District: Hico Independent School District

Taxes: Property is currently ag-exempt.

Deed Restrictions: As terms of a sale some deed restrictions will apply. Contact agent for more information.

Asking Price: $200,850

Contact:
Bret Polk, Agent
254-965-0349 mobile

Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.

All information is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is subject to change without prior notice.

Whispering Waters Ranch Tract 9

Posted on: July 1st, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Offering 10 exclusive, private creek front homesite tracts ranging in size from 10 to 36+/- acres along the banks of beautiful Honey Creek, just south of Hico, TX.

Summary: Looking for a slower pace of life and the peace and serenity of the country. Whispering Waters Ranch is an exclusive 10 tract subdivision of the northern most 185+/- acres of a former 1,375+/- acre ranch property located approximately 4 miles South of Hico, Texas, offering private access creek front homesite tracts ranging from 10-36+/- acres along the banks of beautiful Honey Creek. In addition to the wonderful creek frontage, these properties feature excellent topography, scenic views, diverse terrain, plentiful hardwoods, abundant wildlife, and outstanding proximity to Dallas/Fort Worth, Waco, and Austin. Come lay stake to your new home place or family getaway just minutes from the historic town of Hico, where you’ll find a revived downtown with great restaurants and shopping, as well as numerous annual events such as the Texas State Cookoff, Old Settler’s Reunion, Billy the Kid Day Car Show, Downtown Holiday Open House, and many local area attractions such as Rough Creek Lodge and Resort, Circle T Arena Inn and Steakhouse, Fossil Rim Wildlife Center, Dinosaur Valley State Park, Meridian State Park, Lake Proctor, Lake Whitney, and much more.

Directions/Location: From the intersection of US-281 and TX-6 in Hico, go South on US-281, 4.1 miles to Hamilton CR 207 and Hamilton CR 208 on left. The property begins near these intersecting roads with frontage along US-281, CR 207, and CR 208.

Description: Whispering Waters Ranch provides an array of opportunities for buyers seeking scenic potential homesites, unique terrain, and that always highly sought after water frontage. Honey Creek borders and fronts along each available tract as it meanders its way through the original ranch. Electric utility service lines are already in place on much of the property and private entry access points will be made available in accordance with entrance regulations of Hamilton County, Texas.

Water: Honey Creek, a well-known rock bottom clear water creek and major tributary of the Bosque River in the area, meanders through this portion of the original ranch for approximately 8/10th of a mile. Per the map, each individual tract has varying amounts of Honey Creek frontage and multiple tracts may be combined and purchased if additional acreage and creek frontage are desired. Underground water in the area is excellent as the property sits over the prolific Trinity Aquifer, where water wells should be easily attainable to provide water to improvements and fresh water troughs for livestock and/or wildlife.

Terrain: There is approximately 80+/- feet of elevation change across this portion of the original ranch with higher elevated portions being on either side of Honey Creek and offering views back toward the creek valley as it carves its ways through the landscape. Overall the property and tracts are moderately to heavily wooded, with some clearing and under brushing already having been done on the tracts that front along CR 207. Hardwood tree coverage consists of live oak, post oak, spanish oak, pecan, elm, and hackberry, with cedar/juniper, mesquite, elbowbush, bumelia, sumac, and a variety of other brush species. There are some portion of creek bottom pasture offering grazing for livestock and prime locations for establishing wildlife food plots. All culminating to create a beautiful landscape, with scenic ridgelines, rough draws, and good fertile bottom land.

Wildlife & Hunting: The property is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including deer, turkey, dove, duck, hog, bobcat, fox, coyotes, squirrel, raccoon, possum, and a multitude of song birds. The abundant tree cover along and reliable water source provided by Honey Creek make this area a well-travelled corridor for wildlife.

Fencing & Roads: Perimeter fencing ranges from excellent to fair, with some high fencing along the south and east sides of the property. Interior tract lines are currently unfenced, subject to a survey, and will need to be fenced as a requirement of a purchase contract unless multiple tracts are assembled, whereby proposed interior lines would not need to be fenced. It is believed that each individual tract meets the frontage requirements of Hamilton County, Texas, necessary to be approved and create private access along CR 207 and CR 208. All current interior roads and trails are unimproved.

Easements: Aside from the typical electric utility easement that services the property, there are no known easements encumbering the property or providing access to neighboring landowners. Subject to title search.

Minerals: There is no O&G production on the ranch or in the immediate area. Buyer will assume responsibility and expenses associated with a mineral ownership report if one is desired.

Utilities: United Cooperative Services provides electrical service to the ranch.

School District: Hico Independent School District

Taxes: Property is currently ag-exempt.

Deed Restrictions: As terms of a sale some deed restrictions will apply. Contact agent for more information.

Asking Price: $428,750

Contact:

Bret Polk, Agent
254-965-0349 mobile

Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.

All information is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is subject to change without prior notice.