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McMullen Whitetail Ranch

Posted on: October 13th, 2021 by Davidson Charles

This great McMullen County ranch is located in the heart of big deer country and is accented by large native South Texas brush, two good lakes and really big deer.

LOCATION
The ranch is between State Highway 16 and the Nueces River, on the north side of FM 624. It has .4 miles of frontage on 624 and is located approximately 40 miles SE Cotulla, 75 miles NW of Corpus Christi, and 85 miles south of San Antonio.

TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT
The ranch is gently undulating with good roll, ranging between 270 feet to 350 feet above sea level. This provides some incredible long-distance views.

WILDLIFE
The land has really good native brush diversity creating great habitat for wildlife such as deer, dove, quail, and hogs.

IMPROVEMENTS
The improvements on the low-fenced ranch are very simple but efficient. They include a large shed covering the headquarters which features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and a large den/kitchen area. There are also two weatherproof Connex boxes for storage.

WATER
There are two good-sized lakes strategically located on the ranch.

ELECTRICITY
There is electricity in place at the headquarters which comes off of FM 624.

MINERALS
To be negotiated separately.

Little Dipper Ranch – Menard County

Posted on: October 13th, 2021 by Bacon Michael

Once a part of the famous Noyes Ranch, the Little Dipper Ranch is an outstanding 696 acre ranch in Concho and Menard Counties. It is conveniently located around 20 miles WSW of Brady and approximately 20 miles ESE of Eden. The property is about one hour east of San Angelo and 2.5 hours from Austin or San Antonio. The property fronts CR 3477 (Callan Rd.). The land is only 15 minutes from great fishing at Brady Reservoir.

The property has a lot of character due to the diverse soils and tree cover. It has the feeling of different ranches under one fence. The gently rolling topography has a 100 foot elevation change and offers long views from various locations. Wildlife habitat is excellent. Tree cover consists of live oak, shin oak, and mesquite. Some areas have been cleared of brush and mesquite, leaving a park of large live oaks, good native grasses, and areas for food plots. There is a very good interior road system in place. The current owner has been told that the land is one of the strongest in the area for cattle. There are several sites that have the possibility to create water features. There is a pond that was stocked with catfish. If you like stargazing you can enjoy the jaw-dropping canvas of stars on a clear night.

Water to the improvements is supplied by a shared Hickory Sand Well (3,500ft). The well services three contiguous properties and the ranch is well watered with pipelines, storage reservoirs, and troughs.

There is a one bedroom, one bath hunters cabin, and implement barn, and a set of pipe working pens.

This ranch is part of a 1,382 acre high fenced ranch. The high fence has been in place for 20+ years. The subject property will be fenced on three sides with a low partition fence dividing the other 686+/- acres. Game includes black buck, axis, white tail, turkey, dove, and varmints. Several years ago a previous owner brought in northern genetics with several doe from Ohio. Most of the blinds and feeders will convey.

If you are looking for a ranch with a lot of character and great hunting, the Little Dipper Ranch is worth a look.

The owner is willing to sell the additional 686 +/- acres. It will include a very nice 3-bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home. Call broker for details.

For information on this ranch call listing agent Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078

Little Dipper Ranch – Concho Co.

Posted on: October 13th, 2021 by Bacon Michael

Once a part of the famous Noyes Ranch, the Little Dipper Ranch is an outstanding 696 acre ranch in Concho and Menard Counties. It is conveniently located around 20 miles WSW of Brady and approximately 20 miles ESE of Eden. The property is about one hour east of San Angelo and 2.5 hours from Austin or San Antonio. The property fronts CR 3477 (Callan Rd.). The land is only 15 minutes from great fishing at Brady Reservoir.

The property has a lot of character due to the diverse soils and tree cover. It has the feeling of different ranches under one fence. The gently rolling topography has a 100 foot elevation change and offers long views from various locations. Wildlife habitat is excellent. Tree cover consists of live oak, shin oak, and mesquite. Some areas have been cleared of brush and mesquit, leaving a park of large live oaks, good native grasses, and areas for food plots. There is a very good interior road system in place. The current owner has been told that the land is one of the strongest in the area for cattle. There are several sites that have the possibility to create water features. There is a pond that was stocked with catfish. If you like stargazing you can enjoy the jaw-dropping canvas of stars on a clear night.

Water to the improvements is supplied by a shared Hickory Sand Well (3,500ft). The well services three contiguous properties and the ranch is well watered with pipelines, storage reservoirs, and troughs.

There is a one bedroom, one bath hunters cabin, and implement barn, and a set of pipe working pens.

This ranch is part of a 1,382 acre high fenced ranch. The high fence has been in place for 20+ years. The subject property will be fenced on three sides with a low partition fence dividing the other 686+/- acres. Game includes black buck, axis, white tail, turkey, dove, and varmints. Several years ago a previous owner brought in northern genetics with several doe from Ohio. Most of the blinds and feeders will convey.

If you are looking for a ranch with a lot of character and great hunting, the Little Dipper Ranch is worth a look.

The owner is willing to sell the additional 686 +/- acres. It will include a very nice 3-bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home. Call broker for details.

For information on this ranch call listing agent Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078

Estrella – Menard Co.

Posted on: October 13th, 2021 by Bacon Michael

Carved out of the iconic Noyes Ranch, Estrella is an outstanding 1,382 acres of true Texas ranch country.

The property has a lot of character due to the diverse soils and tree cover. It has the feeling of different ranches under one fence. The gently rolling topography has a 100 foot elevation change and offers long views from various locations. Wildlife habitat is excellent. Tree cover consists of live oak, shin oak, and mesquite. Some areas have been cleared of brush and mesquite, leaving a park of large live oaks, good native grasses, and areas for food plots. The current owner has been told that the land is one of the strongest in the area for cattle. There is a very good interior road system in place. Fountain Creek (intermittent) meanders across the property and there are several stocked tanks to provide permanent water on the property.

Water to the improvements is supplied by a shared Hickory Sand Well (3,500ft). The well services three contiguous properties and the ranch is well watered with pipelines, storage reservoirs, and troughs.
Improvements include a 3 bedroom, 2 bath double wide home (approx. 1,920 sq. ft.). The home is in very good condition and has a great covered porch to enjoy the sunsets. In addition to the home is a 1 bedroom, one bath hunters cabin, an implement barn, and a set of pipe working pens.

The ranch has been high fenced for 20+ years and game includes: black buck, axis, white tail, turkey, dove, and varmints. Several years ago a previous owner brought in northern genetics with several doe from Ohio. Most of the blinds and feeders will convey.

Located approximately 20 miles WSW of Brady and approximately 20 miles ESE of Eden. The property fronts CR 3477 (Callan Rd.)

If you are looking for a ranch with exceptional value, a lot of character, and great hunting, Estrella is worth a look.
For information on this ranch call listing agent Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078

Estrella-Concho County

Posted on: October 13th, 2021 by Bacon Michael

Carved out of the iconic Noyes Ranch, Estrella is an outstanding 1,382 acres of true Texas ranch country.

The property has a lot of character due to the diverse soils and tree cover. It has the feeling of different ranches under one fence. The gently rolling topography has a 100 foot elevation change and offers long views from various locations. Wildlife habitat is excellent. Tree cover consists of live oak, shin oak, and mesquite. Some areas have been cleared of brush and mesquite, leaving a park of large live oaks, good native grasses, and areas for food plots. The current owner has been told that the land is one of the strongest in the area for cattle. There is a very good interior road system in place. Fountain Creek (intermittent) meanders across the property and there are several stocked tanks to provide permanent water on the property.

Water to the improvements is supplied by a shared Hickory Sand Well (3,500ft). The well services three contiguous properties and the ranch is well watered with pipelines, storage reservoirs, and troughs.
Improvements include a 3 bedroom, 2 bath double wide home (approx. 1,920 sq. ft.). The home is in very good condition and has a great covered porch to enjoy the sunsets. In addition to the home is a 1 bedroom, one bath hunters cabin, an implement barn, and a set of pipe working pens.

The ranch has been high fenced for 20+ years and game includes: black buck, axis, white tail, turkey, dove, and varmints. Several years ago a previous owner brought in northern genetics with several doe from Ohio. Most of the blinds and feeders will convey.

Located approximately 20 miles WSW of Brady and approximately 20 miles ESE of Eden. The property fronts CR 3477 (Callan Rd.)

If you are looking for a ranch with exceptional value, a lot of character, and great hunting, Estrella is worth a look.

Owner is offering 696ac +/- for sale as Little Dipper Ranch. Please see separate listing.

For information on this ranch call listing agent Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078

275 Acre Ranch Erath County

Posted on: October 12th, 2021 by Lindsey A. Thompson

275 acre ranch located at 6331 County Road 385, Dublin tx 76446- Erath county. Ranch has a 1992 sq ft Red brick house with 3 beds, 2 full baths, a basement, 2 car garage, and a sun room towards the front of the house with a fenced in yard. There are 3 barns posted behind the home. 1 Water Well. The property is estimated to have 7-12 million tons of frac sand that is STEMLAB tested and verified. Resistivity and all other test can be provided. The property is 7.8 miles from Tarleton State University. The main entrance is accessible off of county road 385 on the north side of the property. Another entrance on the southwest side of the property is accessible from county road 373. The ranch has an abundance of grass that is currently being utilized for cattle and hay operations. There is a set of cattle pens that make the property perfect for horse and cattle operations. 3 ponds are stocked with bass and a wet weather creek located on the property.

Bending Oaks

Posted on: October 12th, 2021 by Riley Tim

Bending Oaks is admirably located in between Dripping Springs and Austin on West Highway 290, Austin, Texas, Travis County, only 9.2 miles from Dripping Springs and approximately 13 miles from downtown Austin. The property is in a highly sought-after area with easy access off of Highway 290, nearby multiple active and future projects. Road frontage on 290 is approximately 2,040 feet. Bending Oaks consists of a mixture of wooded and open areas and hilltops at elevation up to 1,100 ft sloping down to 980 ft at Slaughter Creek which bisects the property for a total of +/- 2,371 of creek frontage. Improvements are limited to the interior high fencing and a good road system. The property is situated in the Edwards Contributing zone, Golden Cheek Warbler Habitat, and a waterline in Highway 290. Austin ISD. Bending Oaks is subject to a conservation easement which limits impervious cover and allows no more than two subdivisions. This is one of the very few opportunities to own a ranch within minutes of downtown and west of Austin within the City of Austin limits.

Crossroads Ranch #3

Posted on: October 10th, 2021 by Byars Beau

These three quarter sections in Cottle County are diverse, have access to electricity and are within a five minute drive to Paducah, TX! Pictures are specific to each listing.

#1 The east 160 +/- acres has paved road frontage on FM 1037, where there is electricity and fiber optic internet. This quarter is where the original farm home was located; remnants of the building are still there today that need to be cleaned up. The old house sits on top of a broad hill, providing views for miles and miles in back to the south and west. The elevation changes approximately 30 as it slopes to the south and west.

The land is terraced from days when it was farmed. These terraces run water a ross the property, providing several nice locations to build water tanks. The property has all grass pasture, with thick patches of mesquites. I jumped a huge buck while driving through it during the photo shoot. This property hasnt been hunted in years, and has whitetail deer, wild hogs, quail and dove.

#2 The west 160 +/- acres is along the paved FM road as well and also has a dirt county road on its west side. Electricity and fiber optic internet are along its north border. It has 47 acres of native pasture, with dense mature mesquites and scattered hackberries. Wild plum thickets line the washes, providing additional vegetation for the native wildlife. A sandy seasonal creek wash winds through this area too.

The remaining acres are in mesquites and grass pasture, with a few cleared areas perfect for food plots or feeder stations. This property has great hunting deer, turkey, quail, wild hog and dove. There are a few tall cottonwoods, and a few open areas that could be sewn in wheat for a food plot.

#3 The south 160 +/- acres has access on County Rd 106. Electricity is available along its east border. This quarter is flatter and more open than the other two; it would be good to fence for cattle and could be broken back out into cultivation. The soils are Class 3 sandy loam, suitable for cotton or wheat.

LIST PRICE: $1,425/acre | $228,000 total (no minerals to convey)

CONTACT: For more information, call agent Steven Beck at cell phone (806) 778-1597.

***Pictures posted here are for #3.

Crossroads Ranch #1

Posted on: October 10th, 2021 by Byars Beau

These three quarter sections in Cottle County are diverse, have access to electricity and are within a five minute drive to Paducah, TX! Pictures are specific to each listing.

#1 The east 160 +/- acres has paved road frontage on FM 1037, where there is electricity and fiber optic internet. This quarter is where the original farm home was located; remnants of the building are still there today that need to be cleaned up. The old house sits on top of a broad hill, providing views for miles and miles in back to the south and west. The elevation changes approximately 30 as it slopes to the south and west.

The land is terraced from days when it was farmed. These terraces run water a ross the property, providing several nice locations to build water tanks. The property has all grass pasture, with thick patches of mesquites. I jumped a huge buck while driving through it during the photo shoot. This property hasnt been hunted in years, and has whitetail deer, wild hogs, quail and dove.

#2 The west 160 +/- acres is along the paved FM road as well and also has a dirt county road on its west side. Electricity and fiber optic internet are along its north border. It has 47 acres of native pasture, with dense mature mesquites and scattered hackberries. Wild plum thickets line the washes, providing additional vegetation for the native wildlife. A sandy seasonal creek wash winds through this area too.

The remaining acres are in mesquites and grass pasture, with a few cleared areas perfect for food plots or feeder stations. This property has great hunting deer, turkey, quail, wild hog and dove. There are a few tall cottonwoods, and a few open areas that could be sewn in wheat for a food plot.

#3 The south 160 +/- acres has access on County Rd 106. Electricity is available along its east border. This quarter is flatter and more open than the other two; it would be good to fence for cattle and could be broken back out into cultivation. The soils are Class 3 sandy loam, suitable for cotton or wheat.

LIST PRICE: $1,425/acre | $228,000 total (no minerals to convey)

CONTACT: For more information, call agent Steven Beck at cell phone (806) 778-1597.

***Pictures posted here are for #1.

Crossroads Ranch #2

Posted on: October 10th, 2021 by Byars Beau

These three quarter sections in Cottle County are diverse, have access to electricity and are within a five minute drive to Paducah, TX! Pictures are specific to each listing.

#1 The east 160 +/- acres has paved road frontage on FM 1037, where there is electricity and fiber optic internet. This quarter is where the original farm home was located; remnants of the building are still there today that need to be cleaned up. The old house sits on top of a broad hill, providing views for miles and miles in back to the south and west. The elevation changes approximately 30 as it slopes to the south and west.

The land is terraced from days when it was farmed. These terraces run water a ross the property, providing several nice locations to build water tanks. The property has all grass pasture, with thick patches of mesquites. I jumped a huge buck while driving through it during the photo shoot. This property hasnt been hunted in years, and has whitetail deer, wild hogs, quail and dove.

#2 The west 160 +/- acres is along the paved FM road as well and also has a dirt county road on its west side. Electricity and fiber optic internet are along its north border. It has 47 acres of native pasture, with dense mature mesquites and scattered hackberries. Wild plum thickets line the washes, providing additional vegetation for the native wildlife. A sandy seasonal creek wash winds through this area too.

The remaining acres are in mesquites and grass pasture, with a few cleared areas perfect for food plots or feeder stations. This property has great hunting deer, turkey, quail, wild hog and dove. There are a few tall cottonwoods, and a few open areas that could be sewn in wheat for a food plot.

#3 The south 160 +/- acres has access on County Rd 106. Electricity is available along its east border. This quarter is flatter and more open than the other two; it would be good to fence for cattle and could be broken back out into cultivation. The soils are Class 3 sandy loam, suitable for cotton or wheat.

LIST PRICE: $1,425/acre | $228,000 total (no minerals to convey)

CONTACT: For more information, call agent Steven Beck at cell phone (806) 778-1597.

***Pictures posted here are for #2.