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134 Acres of Toenail Trail

Posted on: July 23rd, 2021 by Tyler Wright

134 acres situated just south of Hwy 190 on the Menard/Schleicher county line, just 20 minutes from Menard. Windmill water well. The native brush cover with mesquite and live oaks make this property a hunter’s delight! HWY 190 frontage and Toenail Trail County Road frontage.

Neighboring property is listed for the option of 54 additional acres with traditional rock house, water wells, and more!

Cooks Creek Ranch

Posted on: July 23rd, 2021 by James King

Location
Cooks Creek Ranch is located on the south sides of US Highway 90 just 8 miles east of Dryden, Texas between Del Rio and Alpine. This is true western hill country and rugged canyon country; an area filled with history and amazing natural habitat and wildlife. This ranch has been in the same family since the 1960s and has been a significant source of recreation and adventure for several generations of owners. This is the remaining part of a once contiguous 23,000-acre ranch which according to the family is the best and heart of the ranch.

Acreage
9,510 +/- Acres in Terrell County

Description
The main drainage across a diagonal north to south is Cook Creek with its rich riparian woodlands. This large drainage of the Rio Grande defines the gentle rolling lands to the north and the mountainous Break country to the south with vistas into the mountains of Old Mexico. There are numerous other drainages like Cedar Creek, Buena Creek, Cow Creek, and Indian Creek that carve this landscape into an interesting combination of landforms. This is land West of the Pecos, a region full of early Texas history, including Judge Roy Bean and his iron hand of the law, who ruled from nearby Langtry. The area is a recreation mecca for both whitetail and mule deer hunting or just prowling the canyons in search of adventure. Cook Creek Breaks is a working ranch with operational waters and extensive road system. Electricity crosses the north end of the ranch. There are some older ruins interior but there are many building sites waiting for a new owner to plan and develop their own headquarters.

The 9,510 acres is scenic with tremendous views down into Indian Creek and Cook Creek with rolling hills and limestone cliff canyon banks. There are 2 large pastures and one trap on this south side. Waters are distributed in a variety of wells, pipelines, water storage, and water troughs. With topography ranging from 1,600 to just over 2,000 feet there are many potential building sites with distant vistas of ranch features.

Habitat and Wildlife
The ranch is situated at the convergence of three biologically distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the state. The Serranias del Burro Mountains create a backdrop of high elevations to the south in Old Mexico and serve as a source of black bears dispersing back into this region of Texas.

Tamaulipan Brushland, Hill Country and Chihuahuan Desert habitats are all part of Cook Creek Breaks. From ocotillo and sotol, to hackberry, persimmon, and mesquite woodlands, to black brush and juniper, the ranch represents a crossroads of diverse habitats. The propertys browse and grasslands are in excellent condition, a result of the ranchs evolution from a historic sheep and goat operation into todays recreational uses of hunting, hiking, and enjoyment of scenic beauty. Native grasses, forbs, browse, brush, cacti, and trees not only provide excellent habitat for game species such as deer, quail, Barbados Sheep, and dove, but also for non-game species such as Texas horned lizard, neotropical songbirds, golden eagles, fox, ringtail cat, black bears, mountain lion, and many other mammals and birds.

Recent use and management have been focused on improving and growing both mule deer and whitetail deer populations, which are tremendous. The population is about 50/50 for these two deer types and with the water distribution and excellent cover, this is some of the best Blue Quail hunting in Texas.

Water
The groundwater under Cook Break is high quality and is accessed two wells. There is a large tank or lake near the pens that fills with water during rain events. There are also two full-time springs in Indian Creek providing excellent natural waters for the local wildlife. With the extensive water tanks and water pipeline and trough system, water is available across the ranch.

Brick Home on almost 1 Ac near Llano River and Golf Course

Posted on: July 23rd, 2021 by Kathy Beckham

Nice brick home on almost 1 ac in quiet neighborhood. You’ll be within walking distance of the Llano riverside public golf course and Robinson Park, where you can kayak, camp or enjoy the public swimming pool! This older 3/2 home has a spacious kitchen and breakfast area that opens up to a heated and cooled sunroom that faces East. There are some great pecan trees in the front yard, and part of the large lot has been fenced in for a nice size back yard, leaving the rest of the yard partially open. There is also a 2 room storage shed/craft room at the back of the property and a high fenced area that was once a vegetable garden that could be rejuvenated. All kitchen appliances, including a side-by-side fridge, along with a washer and dryer, and additional fridge and freezer in garage, will convey. There’s also a very nice solid Marble Dining Table with 6 chairs and a matching solid Marble Coffee Table that will convey. A new Metal Roof was put on the house in July 2021. A new electrical breaker box with exterior electrical cutoff was also installed recently, along with the septic already inspected and pumped, otherwise, the house is selling “As Is”. Come enjoy the peacefulness of a small town life, and you won’t be disappointed.

46 Acres | Tract 10 | Wheatfield Branch

Posted on: July 23rd, 2021 by Flack Andy

Very nice tracts, and area, in central San Jacinto County. Wooded in mature pine and hardwood trees with good road frontage, some of which is paved. Water and electricity are readily available or by short extension. Excellent topography and beautiful creek drain. Low traffic, rural community, west of Lake Livingston.

24.85 Acres South of Evant, TX in Lampasas County

Posted on: July 22nd, 2021 by Burks Calvin

24.85 plus or minus acres south of Evant, TX in Lampasas County. The property has an old barn, 1 stock pond and scattered tree cover with good views. The property is in the service area of Central Texas TeleCommunication that provides Fiber Optic Internet Service and Hamilton County Electric is the electric provider. The property is approx. 15 minutes from Evant, Tx and about 30 minutes north of Lampasas, TX.

29 +/- Acres South of Pearl, TX in Coryell County

Posted on: July 22nd, 2021 by Burks Calvin

29 acres south of Pearl, TX in Coryell County. The property has rolling terrain with good tree cover. The property will need to be fenced on 2 sides. South Bee House creek runs through the property. The property has serval nice home sites with great views. You would need to drill a water well for water and electric is located across the road and the electric company is Hamilton County Electric Coop. out of Hamilton, TX. The property is located on a paved county road. From the property you are approx. 30 minutes from Evant, Gatesville, Copperas Cove and Lampasas. Additional Acreage is available.

36 +/- Acres south of Pearl, TX in Coryell County

Posted on: July 22nd, 2021 by Burks Calvin

36 acres south of Pearl, TX in Coryell County. The property has South Bee House Creek running through it and also a smaller season branch that runs through the property. The property has good tree cover with rolling terrain and a small stock tank. The property has several nice home sites with great view, electric is across the road and the provider is Hamilton County Electric in Hamilton, TX. You would need to drill a water well for water and the property is fenced on 3 sides. The hunting would consist of whitetail deer, turkey, doves & hogs. The property is located approx. 30 minutes from Evant, Gatesville, Copperas Cove & Lampasas TX. Additional Acreage is Available.

Old Oden Ranch

Posted on: July 22nd, 2021 by Grothaus Sheldon

This unique property is split into nine separate tracts varying from 13 to 60 acres. Located just 20 minutes from downtown Brownwood, these tracts are the perfect combination of rural setting while being close to the city. The rolling landscape is ideal for grazing, farming, or just looking at the scenery. Throughout the tracts there are improved native grasses, outstanding views, and multiple stock tanks. There is rural water and electricity along County Road 202 ready to be developed.

Tract 1 16 acres with paved FM 1176 road frontage that has scattered oaks, incredible views and native grasses.

Tract 2 This 13 acre tract has large scattered oaks, a spacious native grass pasture, along with two metal shops with roll up garage bays. This parcel has road frontage along paved FM 1176.

Tract 3 This acreage has County Road 202 frontage, scattered oaks, and beautiful views making this 29 acre property the perfect land to build on.

Tract 4 29 acres with large oaks and oak motts, suitable land for food plots, beautiful views and County Road 202 frontage with privacy and many opportunities.

Tract 5 29 Acres offering privacy with gravel road frontage on County Road 202, large hardwoods, and thick areas of brush allow for an abundance of wildlife.

Tract 6 On this 60 acre tract sits a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1,460 square-foot farmhouse. Improvements on this property include power, water meter, maintained yard, and metal shop with electricity. With hundreds of hardwoods, a wet weather creek and stock pond this tract is perfect and ready for the next eager buyer.

Tract 7 58 acres with County Road 202 frontage that has great views, large oaks, improved grasses and a well-kept stock tank.

Tract 8 These 26 acres offer a large stock tank, a wet weather creek, and massive oak trees off County Road 202, making it a true paradise. Under Contract

Tract 9 County Road 202 frontage, large scattered oaks, a stock tank, and areas of improved native grasses sits on 26 acres.

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.

118 Acres | Serengeti | FM 355

Posted on: July 22nd, 2021 by Flack Andy

1st-time open market offering for this private park tract.
Just north of Lake Livingston, this 118-acre East Texas landscape bursts to life with native wildlife and fauna! The tract offers rolling hills with approximately 90 elevation change, a recreational playground! Great county-maintained paved FM frontage!
Invest in timber or sculpt your get-away. Why choose when you can do both!
Approximately 6 miles to Lake Livingston and 15 miles to Trinity, TX. Nine miles north, youll find yourself in Groveton, TX, and the Davy Crocket National Forest.

Turkey Feather Ranch

Posted on: July 22nd, 2021 by Joey Bellington

The Turkey Feather Ranch offers seclusion and privacy, located just a few miles north of London, TX. The ranch has stunning topography and is highlighted by a custom home situated on one of the highest elevation points on the ranch. Wrap-around porches allow for gorgeous hill country views in all directions overlooking the ranch below. In addition to the main home, the ranch features a large enclosed shop, carport, barn, and RV hookups. The land has undergone extensive cedar removal and features excellent pasture, mesquite flats, and wet weather creeks. This is a showplace in the hill country and is deserving of immediate attention.

Land: The land possesses rolling topography with over 125 feet of elevation change. The perimeter is rectangular in shape and features a wet weather creek and large stunning valley running through the middle of the property, with bluffs and higher elevation along the perimeter. Most of the cedar has been eradicated and the ranch has great grazing conditions and still plenty of cover for wildlife. Large oak trees line the creeks and lower areas of the ranch and the entire place is both diverse and scenic.

Improvements: The custom 2,904 sq ft, 5BA/3BR main home is situated on one of the highest elevation points on the ranch and overlooking the beautiful valley below. The home features a vaulted ceiling living room, 2in tongue & groove pine flooring, formal dining, kitchen, two utility rooms and is surrounded by 1,800 sqft of porches with TREX decking. Next to the home, there is a 20×40 insulated shop, large covered carport, and an additional 3 sided barn, all setup with electric, lights, and water. The hunters camp is located on the Eastern side of the ranch and has its own water well, 200amp electric service, concrete slabs, and game cleaning shed with water and electric.

Water: There are three water wells in service on the ranch with approximate production of 10gpm, 7gpm w/windmill, and 3gpm. In addition to one existing surface pond, there are three cattle troughs that provide water throughout the ranch for both livestock and wildlife.

Wildlife: The land management efforts to enhance the land has made this ranch a real showplace and a home for abundant wildlife. With good sized neighbors, low pressure, and a diversity of habitat, this ranch is a great recreational hunting ranch in the hill country.

– 5 Pastures Fully Fenced
– Electric Gate Opener
– Pond and Three Cattle Water Troughs
– Wet Weather Creek runs through length of property
– Elevation Varies by 125 Feet
– 5 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom Home with 1,800ft of Outside TREX Decking w/Ceiling Fans & Covered Porches
– Outside Fire Pit & Fountains
– Large oak trees also providing shade around the house
– House was built in 2002
– Vaulted ceilings in LR, DR & MBR
– 2 inch tongue & groove pine flooring throughout home
– UV Water Sterilizer System
– 1600 Gallon Potable Water Storage Tank
– 1200 Gallon Rainwater Storage Tank
– Four Wells approx. 10 GPM, 7 GPM W/ Windmill, 3 GPM & Old Unused Well All With Submersible Pumps
– 6 KW Backup Gas Generator Wired to House
– 20 x 24 Metal Carport W/Elec & Lighting
– 20 x 40 Metal Barn/Garage Fully Insulated with Electric & Water
– 32 x 40 Three-Sided Metal Barn with Electric
– 20 x 12 Fully Insulated Divided Barn with Electric & Lighting & 12 x 12 Outdoor Metal Lean To
– 12 x 12 Horse Stable
– Hunters Camp – 16 x 16 Building with Electric, Lighting & Water
– 200 Amp 220/110 Electrical Service at camp
– 600 Gallon Potable Water Storage Tank
– Wireless Line of Sight Internet Available up to 50MB Down
– Whole House UV Water Sterilizer System
– Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System
– Barn Plumbed for Bathroom Addition Water and Septic
– House, Barn & Water System Wired for Backup Generator
– Both Fireplaces Have Heatilator Style Recirculation Systems
– All Three A/C Units Have Sensi Wi-Fi Thermostats
– Remote Control LED Deck Lights
– Water Heater, Microwave & Dishwasher less than 1 year old
– New convection oven in 2019
– New 30 Year Class 4 Roof Installed in Dec 2020
– All Rain Gutters, Front and Back, Replaced in Dec 2020
– Upstairs and Downstairs Main House Heat Pump A/C Units Completely Replaced in 2020
– Square footage of home at 2,904 sqft is referenced from plans
– Ag exempt

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.