TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

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.

6.87 acres in Real County, Texas

Posted on: February 13th, 2019 by Shirley Shandley

Property #25: 6.87 fenced acres, located one mile outside Leakey city limits. Shaded with many oaks trees and has over 300 feet of flowing and dammed Patterson Creek, providing an excellent water recreation area for the whole family. City water, county road access, power and two septics are in place. Also, included is a 30+ foot 5th wheel travel trailer under a new shelter, with a very large covered deck. There is a storage shed with washer/dryer and two separate fire pit areas with seating. There is a 27 foot travel trailer with deck with a new overhead shelter on the property, as well. This property is move in ready and waiting for you to enjoy your summer time in the Frio Canyon. $248,500

Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on the first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Pioneer Real Estate Shirley Shandley, Broker. DISCLOSURE: ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT IS NOT GUARANTEED BY THIS AGENCY AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE IN PRICE OR TERMS, CORRECTION, PRIOR SALE, OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE

5.87 acres in Real County, Texas

Posted on: February 8th, 2019 by Shirley Shandley

Property #14: Very secluded riverfront property located just minutes off Scenic Hwy 336 and easily accessed via county road. This immaculate 3/2 home sits on an estate sized 5.87 acres and has beautiful views of the surrounding hills. CA/CH and wood burning stove ensure year round interior comfort and a there is a screened in porch and 2 patios for outdoor enjoyment. The spacious open concept kitchen/dining area provides a gathering area for quality family time. All kitchen appliances and W/D convey as do most of the furnishings. Exterior amenities include landscaped yard, outdoor shower, workshop/storage building, and carport. A native stone staircase descends to a large waterfront patio allowing easy access to the river and an ideal spot to enjoy life! Shown by appointment and priced to sell at $375,000.

Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on the first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Pioneer Real Estate Shirley Shandley, Broker. DISCLOSURE: ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT IS NOT GUARANTEED BY THIS AGENCY AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE IN PRICE OR TERMS, CORRECTION, PRIOR SALE, OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE.

Gallagher Headquarters Ranch

Posted on: February 6th, 2019 by James King

Location
Gallagher Headquarters Ranch spans 1,508 acres of lush Hill Country mountains, clear ambling San Geronimo Creek with its deep lakes and limestone bed shoals, ancient signature Liveoaks, and one of the most historic and well restored headquarters in Texas, all within 20 minutes of San Antonio. It is located off Bandera Highway 16 west of Helotes across the highway and also adjacent to Government Canyon State Natural Area, a huge vast urban park. The ranch has a private bridge at the entrance off Highway 16 and a paved road that winds through the trees past the lakes to the headquarters. The ranch also has frontage on Highway 211 and a network of internal roads.

Acreage
1,508 acres in Bexar and Medina Counties.

Description
Gallagher Headquarters Ranch is a world all unto itself. An incredibly peaceful and protected setting so close to a metropolitan area. Its like going back in time both in the natural world as well as the historical buildings as if time stopped in the mid 1800s when the ranch was founded by Peter Gallagher, an Irish immigrant, brought to San Antonio as a young engineer-master stone mason by Santa Anna. Today with all the modern amenities of a new home this hand cut stone 19 bedroom, 17 and bath historic compound with 22 original fireplaces, sprawling porches, huge manicured lawns and beautiful gardens makes it seem that you are on a working historic Spanish hacienda.

The Ranch has been a gathering place for the owners and their families for over 150 years. Its headquarters overlooks the clear flowing San Geronimo Creek from a gentle oak shaded rise. This is Edwards Plateau or Texas Hill Country at its best with stunning live water, deep lakes, high mountains, lush trees, native flowers, and abundant wildlife all within a protected working ranch setting.

The Gallagher Headquarters Ranch has one Conservation Easement with The Nature Conservancy and two with the City of San Antonio Aquifer Protection Program. These easements allow recreation, hunting, agriculture, and limited development. The Headquarters Complex and the 35 acres surrounding the improvements has no conservation easements or restrictions allowing for expansion of infrastructure and improvements. The Gallagher is divided into several districts; San Geronimo Creeks and Valleys, Conservation Hills, and Headquarters Complex. Within these distinct areas one could focus on enhancing development, or further protecting the rich plants, water, and wildlife of the region.

San Geronimo Creeks and Valleys

Peter Gallagher topped arise twenty-odd miles from San Antonio de Bexar and saw spread out before him to the peaks of distant mountains behind which the sun was setting the lovely Valley of the San Geronimo River. Below him was the site he would select for Santa Annas supply base. Below him in this fertile valley with its deep canyons and rugged hills, he would claim 10,000 acres under a grant from the Mexican Government and establish what would become the historic Gallagher Ranch." -Dade Rayfield

This area comprises of all the San Geronimo Creek and Lakes frontage consisting of 741.881 acres. The San Geronimo Creek flows through the Ranch for over one and a half miles. This is a regional creek starting north of the property on very large ranches and runs south with the development of four rock and concrete dams along the way. These dams vary in size and back up water into huge lakes or gentle meandering pools with limestone bluffs along the way. They have been established since the 1850s and boast some of the largest bass populations in the Hill Country. In the mid 1800s Peter Gallagher undertook a large engineering project. He quarried massive limestone rocks from the surrounding hills to build an Acequia or Aqueduct. It resembles a roman ruin that once delivered water to the area from upstream dams for irrigation of lush fields. The Creek is bounded on the east by the mountain country creating huge cliffs and bluffs and on the west by a beautiful valley with deep soils, huge trees, and a wonderful diversity of Hill Country plants and wildlife.

Conservation Hills
There is a 731 ac conservation easement in the high mountains east of the headquarters that allows limited development while protecting the rare plants and animals in a partnership with The Nature Conservancy. These beautiful tree covered hills have a great road system for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, or just cruising in a jeep in a wooded wonderland. Adjacent to the Ranch and across the highway is a huge 11,576 ac State Natural Area called Government Canyon, one of the largest urban parks in the country. In all, the conservation values of this land are unequaled, and the amazing habitat is home to a wide diversity of songbirds, game, and all kinds of native plants and animals. Spring migration of neo-tropical birds are stunning including the vermillion flycatcher, painted bunting, golden cheeked warbler, hummingbirds, and many more.

Headquarters Complex
The Headquarters are a complex of main rock buildings, barns, corrals, outbuildings, and staff quarters. Peter Gallagher built the original fortress house in the 1830s which over the past 150 years grew into a sprawling complex, constructed of matched limestone blocks quarried from the ranch, meticulously restored by the current owner. The complex is the hub of the ranch with its houses, barns, outbuilding, gardens, lawns, and its many outdoor entertainment areas, perfect for the enjoyment of the owners guests and housing for the ranch employees.

The Main House
-19 bedrooms currently configured with three suites and 13 bedrooms…..8 have been restored, 17 1/2 baths.
-22 working fireplaces.
-Living Room is 30' x 60' with two great fireplaces and wet bar.
-Formal Dining room that measures 20' x 30'.
-Modern kitchen with large porch.
-Numerous covered patios.
-Outdoor covered entertainment area with fireplace.
-Two story Portal that separates the interior courtyard with huge oak covered manicured grounds
-Swimming Pool and outdoor cooking patio
-Numerous flower, vegetable, and herb Gardens, greenhouse.

Other Complex Housing
-Two restored worker houses.
-Restored 1br 1bath Bungalow
-Casita with 3br one bath under huge oaks.
-New Formans house.

Barn and Horse Stalls
-Horses Barn with 15 stalls.
-Center bay for grooming and saddling.
-Tack room.
-Feed room.
-Large clean Quonset Hut Barn.
-Outbuildings for equipment, tools, and supplies.

The Gallagher Headquarters Ranch is a working cattle ranch and a grass farm. The Headquarters has a set of working pens and there are several pastures to move and work the small heard of Black Angus Cattle and stable horses. There is a 60 acre hay field of Coastal Bermuda under a center pivot irrigation system. There are two other active wells that serve the Complex, pastures, and other facilities on the ranch all in excellent working order. There is also one well that is currently not in use, and there are numerous seeps and springs around the ranch and within the canyons including Pastora Spring listed on the USGS map. A small dirt tank surrounds a seep providing water for wildlife. San Geronimo provides additional year round water through the heart of the ranch.

The Ranch operation also boasts many recreation uses like hunting, fishing, canoeing, hiking, riding, biking, photography, birding and other outdoor adventures. There are four hunting blinds and feeders with bulk storage located and the Barn complex. Rio Grande Turkey, Whitetail Deer, and world class fishing makes this a sportsman paradise.

Creekside Ranch

Posted on: February 6th, 2019 by Bacon Michael

Approximately 15 minutes east of Gatesville, less than 2 hours from Dallas or Austin, and 30 minutes from Waco. The ranch is easily accessible, with over 1.3 miles of paved CR 267 frontage.

Drop dead gorgeous ranch in a beautiful neighborhood of quality ranches. Pride of ownership is evident from the time you drive through the gate. The owners have taken great care of improving and maintaining the land. Much of the cedar has been cleared, leaving a park of Live oaks, Chinkapin, Burr, Black Jack oaks, Elm, Black Walnut, and Pecan trees. There is approximately 100 acres of improved pasture. The land has varied terrain with over 150 foot elevation change. There are big, picturesque views from the upper elevations. There are no ingress/egress easements through the ranch.

Absolutely incredible live water. Over 1.3 miles, both sides, of clear flowing Coryell Creek winds through the ranch and 3 concrete dams create tremendous fishing and swimming areas. The creek did not go dry in the recent drought. It is rare to find a property offering easy and unrestricted access to both sides of beautiful and continual flowing water. Much of the brush has been cleared on the creek, allowing hiking and fishing along the banks. In addition to the creek there is a large lake, stocked with bass and clear enough to swim in, and a pond on the hill. Like the creek, the lake and pond did not go dry during the recent multi-year drought.

A very nice 2-1 home has been remodeled and makes a great weekend residence. Sit out on the covered front porch and enjoyed the view of the lake. Water to the house is supplied by Mountain Water Supply. In addition to the house is an implement barn, with concrete floor.

The ranch has not been hunted in years and there is an abundance of game, including deer, turkey, dove, and ducks. Recreational opportunities are endless and the productive land is geared for cattle or horses. The ranch is currently under an Agricultural Wildlife Exemption.

If you are looking for a ranch that has loads of character, fantastic water, and is ready to go, then the Creekside Ranch is worth a look. Just hang up your cloths, put up your toothbrush, and start enjoying.

Boardhouse Creek 120

Posted on: February 5th, 2019 by Brady Anders

Overview: This diverse 120 +/- acres offers convenient access to San Antonio & Austin and offers good soils, tree cover and spring fed creek.

Land: The land is slightly sloping with the majority of it being usable. The property offers good soils for agriculture use or horses. Diverse tree cover consisting of oak varieties, some pecan, post oak and cedar elm. The property offers direct blacktop frontage off Chimney Valley Road and there are no easements through the property. There is partial barbed wire perimeter fencing.

Water: An old homestead well services the old farm house & Ag use. The majority (but not all) of the Western property line is to the center line of Boardhouse Creek which is Spring fed.

Improvements: There is an old farm house which needs significant remodel but could be salvaged for a nice weekend or guest house. There is PEC electricity on site. The property is partially barb wire perimeter fenced.

Wildlife: Whitetail deer, rio grande wild turkey, feral hogs and other native Texas wildlife.

Financial / Title: The property sale will be subject to new survey to determine exact acreage. Seller will provide basic title insurance. The property carries a current Agriculture tax valuation with Blanco County and 2018 taxes paid were $1,355. This property will have light "family / neighbor friendly" restrictions such as no mobile home or trailer parks. See broker for additional restriction detail. Also, property owners have indicated they were delivered a permission to survey notice from pipeline company.

CG Ranch

Posted on: February 5th, 2019 by Larry Jacobs

Live oaks line the drive leading to this attractive one-story ranch home on 40 unrestricted acres along the San Bernard River. Built in 2009, the 2,632 sf home offers 4 bedrooms, one currently used as an office, 3 full baths, wood-burning stone fireplace, and wide wrap-around porches on three sides. Island kitchen with quartz counter-tops is open to living and dining rooms. Hardwood flooring in the bedrooms. 2-car carport joins the home to the shop, 30×40 on slab with power and three roll-up doors. 3 stall barn has feed and tack rooms, a cover off the back and a front porch. Next to it is an RV cover, 21×42 with 14 feet clearance. Two fenced pastures await your livestock on the high side of the property. The home overlooks a pond and beyond it the wooded bank of the river. This area offers wonderful wildlife habitat, even though it is in the floodplain. Improvements sit high and dry, have never flooded. Livestock, hunting, and nature – great variety about 30 min from Sugar Land.

Sweet Water Farm

Posted on: February 1st, 2019 by Grothaus Sheldon

It is inspiring that such a place as Sweet Water Farm exists and is available to bring a Hill Country dream to fruition! Just down the road from Fredericksburg, this exciting property on the Pedernales River is 224 acres of picturesque beauty. The opportunities presented by the lush, green pastures and riparian bottomlands of this farm and ranch for sale in Gillespie County, Texas are truly unique and exciting.

Accessed via an electric gate along paved Old San Antonio Road and down a tree lined, all-weather entry road, Sweet Water Farm is just five miles from historic downtown Fredericksburg. Just two miles to Highway 290 and three miles to Highway 87, it is convenient to many nearby Hill Country amenities and attractions.

The flora of Sweet Water Farm ranges from the vast acres of Coastal Bermuda pastures dotted with shade from great Live Oaks and Post Oaks to the huge Pecan trees along the river. Almost one mile of Pedernales River frontage offers excellent year round recreation with fishing, swimming, kayaking, picnicking, or hunting. Deep pools in the river are home to both yellow and blue catfish and the rocky shoals are ideal for arrowhead and fossil hunting. Whitetail and Axis deer are abundant in the area, as are turkey, dove, ducks, and even occasional Canada geese.

Improvements include a new 80 x 125 tractor barn with concrete floor, a 60 x 125 lean shed on the back of the tractor barn, and a 50 x 140 pole barn. There are two water wells and three uncompleted, cased wells. The property also includes water rights from the Pedernales.

This land checks all the boxes for not just one but several visions for a prime Hill Country property. It is an ideal permanent or weekend Fredericksburg retreat while still offering agricultural and livestock income opportunities. There are also numerous hunting, vacation, and recreational options for this beautiful land along the Pedernales. An opportunity like Sweet Water Farm is absolutely rare and ripe with potential.

3.17 Acre Lot in Dripping Springs with Pedernales River Access

Posted on: January 26th, 2019 by Waite Michael

Are you ready for peace & quiet, only 20 minutes to downtown Dripping Springs? This beautiful 3.17 acre tract has beautiful soils, great trees (Oaks, Juniper, Mesquite), lovely grasses, and is fairly level with long distance views! The homesite has already been cleared and is waiting for your dream home! This lot was re-platted off of a 10+/- acre tract. Water line available with tap fee less than $2000. You'll have Pedernales River access through HOA park, a short walk just down the street! You will need direct access on Live Oak Canyon, as the current drive belongs to another lot. 2 sets of flags show possible driveway sites. Lot is staked and flagged at 4 corners and along property lines. Minimal Deed restrictions, bring your own builder! Johnson City ISD.

Guadalupe Riverfront Ranch Property

Posted on: January 23rd, 2019 by Koehler Harold