TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

Summit Prairie

Posted on: May 19th, 2022 by Grothaus Sheldon

Summit Prairie is for sale approximately 40 miles east of Prineville, Oregon. This excellent hunting and cattle ranch spans approximately 9,020 deeded acres with an additional 640 acres of BLM allotments, accessed on Forest Road 3010 and Forest Road 42. The ranch is just under two hours outside of the Redmond Municipal Airport.

This well-watered ranch has two large lakes, the 70 acre Allen Creek Reservoir and the 11.5 acre Peterson Creek Reservoir. Almost seven miles of the North Fork Crooked River traverses the southern end of the ranch, along with numerous creeks and tributaries. There is approximately four miles of Ross Creek, three-and-a-half miles of Allen Creek, three-and-a-quarter miles of Peterson Creek, almost three miles of Gill Ditch, over a mile of Hickey Creek, about a mile each of Yellow Jacket Creek and Brush Creek, and half a mile of Beetle Creek that encompass the ranch. The property has live in stream rights and storage rights. There are seven diesel pump wells that service water troughs. 6,220 acres of the property are irrigated from the above lakes, creeks, and tributaries.

Hunting on Summit Prairie Ranch is unbelievable with abundant game animals and LOP permits from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. This includes limited landowner rocky mountain elk and mule deer tags. Additional hunting opportunities include pronghorn antelope, black bear, bobcat, mountain lion, coyote, turkey, and seasonal waterfowl.

The property is a mix of lush pastureland and native brush with mature trees that provide excellent cover, forage and grazing for wildlife and livestock. Currently, the ranch supports 1,400-1,600 cow-calf pairs.

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.

283 Acres | T-10 | Red Hollow

Posted on: May 19th, 2022 by Flack Andy

BIG recreation ! BIG Views ! BIG forestry ! Low traffic. High and dry ! !1st time opening market offering for this forested timberland in popular Polk County, TX.. East of Leggett, TX and Seven Oaks, TX easily accessible from US 59.

30 Acres | T-34 | Eliot

Posted on: May 18th, 2022 by Flack Andy

First-time open market offering. Historically used as industry forestland. Good access frontage off FM 355 near Groveton, Texas. Varying ages of pine plantation with mixed hardwoods along creek drains. Ready for continued silviculture or conversion to pasture. High and dry for recreation and/or improved farm/ranch.

136 Acres | T-9 | Red Hollow

Posted on: May 18th, 2022 by Flack Andy

BIG recreation ! BIG Views ! BIG forestry ! Low traffic. High and dry ! !1st time opening market offering for this forested timberland in popular Polk County, TX.. East of Leggett, TX and Seven Oaks, TX easily accessible from US 59.

Iron Ridge Farm

Posted on: May 17th, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Overview: Iron Ridge Farm is a well-timbered and well-watered recreational hunting property, located in the piney woods of NE Texas. The Morris County property reveals a glimpse into the past while providing recreation for the present. The 173+/- acres boasts perennial streams, a wide variety of mature hardwoods, diverse plant life providing exceptional hunting opportunities for deer, hogs, and waterfowl.

Location: The property is located on Connor Rd, ~1.5 miles north of the quaint town of Daingerfield, Texas. From Dallas, the drive is ~ 125 +/- miles (2 hr. 15 min); from Longview, the drive is ~31 miles (less than 45 min.).

Improvements: The property features a historic ~1,200 SF rock home built in the early 1900’s by the original owners. This home, if improved, could provide the new owner with a unique nostalgic cabin. There are plenty of other opportunities for one to build a new structure overlooking the 6+ ac lake as well. The museum in downtown Daingerfield has a display featuring photos of this cabin being built and the family that lived there.

Timber/Habitat: Iron Ridge Farm is mostly timbered with native species including white oak and red oak varieties, hickory, elm, birch, black gum, sweet gum, and some native pine. Amidst the native timber the understory provides abundant habitat and forage for wildlife. There are several areas where the new owner could establish food plots and hunting areas to further develop this property and its recreational attributes.

Surface Water: Iron Ridge Farm features abundant surface water including the centerpiece of the property, a 6.2+/- acre lake. Two other creeks or tributaries flow across the property as well. The lake is stocked with largemouth bass, Coppernose bluegill, other panfish, and various baitfish.

Wildlife: The topography, diverse, and abundant cover provides an excellent habitat for deer growth. Excellent native cover also provides a home for feral hogs, squirrel, and varmints. The property’s water assets provide duck hunting opportunities as well.

Topography: The topography is rolling to sloped terrain. The majority of the property drains well with minimal if any floodplain. The property has a high point of ~400 feet above sea level and a low of ~320 feet above sea level.

Easements: One electrical easement in the central portion corner of the property.

Utilities: Electricity is provided byBowie-Cass Electric Cooperative.

Taxes: The property has a timber management plan in place and has a timber Ag exemption.

Minerals: Ask Broker for details

Asking Price:$847,000.00 ($4,886.35/acre)

Contact:
Stephen Schwartz – Agent
903-738-7882 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

9B Ranch

Posted on: May 17th, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Location: 9B Ranch is located just 3 miles north of Gilmer, Texas on Antelope Rd. The ranch is also conveniently located only 19 miles from Longview, 32 miles from Tyler, and 125 miles east of Dallas.

Overview: 9B Ranch is a very diverse and productive 482+/- acre property located in a desirable area in central Upshur County. The property consists of large rolling hills, scattered mature timber, a spring-fed creek, an 18+ ac lake, several other small lakes and ponds, planted loblolly pine, and productive pastures. Surrounded by other rural properties and only 6 miles from Gilmer Municipal Airport, this property is nestled in a convenient, yet quiet part of Upshur County.

Improvements: 9B Ranch features a custom cabin tucked away amongst stately oak trees overlooking an incredible 18+ acre lake. Nearly 1,000′ of white rocked road winds its way to the house, which has over 2,000 SF living, sleeps 4 comfortably, covered porches, and plenty of room for entertaining guests and family.

Along with the main cabin, there are the following improvements:

1,800 SF Shop with covered parking
1,600 SF living quarters in shop that sleeps 8 comfortably
2,540 SF Barn
3 gated entrances along Antelope Rd.
1 Gated entrance along Bear Rd.
Ranch is fenced and cross-fenced
Two water wells, one of which is currently in service

Trees, grass, forbs: This area of Upshur County boasts sandy loam soils which are productive for both hay production and prolific timber stands. This property features approximately 245+/- acres of improved and native pastures. The grasses are predominately common and coastal Bermuda as well as some Bahia and native grasses as well. The vast majority of the property’s landscape drains well making access convenient from all entrances. The ranch also features ~58 acres of mature planted loblolly pine, which was planted in 2008 and has been thinned once since. An additional ~25 acres of loblolly pine was planted in 2017 and spaced generously (~45′ wide rows) to encourage a mixed-use with grazing. Groves of large mature white oaks, pin oaks, and red oak trees can be found on scattered throughout the ranch. Other tree cover consists of black gum, sweetgum, river birch, hickory, elm, willow, and some pine. Found within the stands of mature timber scattered across the farm are native forbs and browse that is highly attractive to deer and other wildlife. Bald Cypress around the ponds and lakes, burr oaks, maples, red oaks, and fruit trees have been planted by the owners for added aesthetics and enjoyment.

Water: The centerpiece of the property is the spring-fed ~18.6 ac lake. The rest of the ranch is well-watered featuring ponds 2.84, 2.2, 0.80, 0.70 acres in size, a wetland that ranges from 3 to 5 acres in size as well as two small cattle tanks. This property is also located well within the Carrizo Wilcox aquifer and the Queen City aquifer making additional drinking/irrigation water very accessible from an additional well if so desired.

Topography: The highest point on the ranch can be found on the NE and W sides at 360’+ providing some incredible views, and eventually slopes down to just below 280′ above sea level towards the south side of the ranch. The majority of the property is rolling to sloped terrain with a little bit of floodplain along the southern boundary.

Wildlife and fisheries: 9B Ranch is settled in a scenic, quiet part of the county where wildlife abounds. Deer, hogs, and doves can be seen regularly as well as waterfowl on the lake and wetlands. There are several areas across the ranch that are set up well for further development of food plots and hunting areas, especially on the southern and western portions of the property. The main lake is stocked with largemouth bass, crappie, coppernose bluegill, and various baitfish. The 2.8-ac pond is stocked similarly to the main lake. The 2.2-ac pond is stocked with catfish, bluegill, and crappie. The other ponds across the ranch are also stocked with bass and bluegill and have been supplemented with baitfish as well.

Easements: To our knowledge: Two easements for Mid-Coast Pipeline (nat. gas), one easement for XTO Energy, and two electric service lines cross the property as well.

Minerals: No minerals owned by Seller.

Utilities: URECC provides electricity and water is provided from the deep well located on the property.

Property Taxes: 9B Ranch carries an agricultural exemption. ~$2,800 in 2021.

Schools: Gilmer ISD

Price: 3,777,000.00 ($7,614.35/acre)

Contact:
Stephen Schwartz – Agent
903-738-7882 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.

385 Acres | FM 2991 | Burkeville, Texas

Posted on: May 11th, 2022 by Flack Andy

Beautiful rolling hills with natural growth and pine plantation. Property is easily accessed with major frontage on FM 2991. Located 20 minutes south of Toledo Bend, which is the largest man-made body of water in the South with public boat ramps and parks to enjoy. The Sabine River runs just East of this tract, attracting impressive wildlife for hunting and fishing. Burkeville, Texas has a population of less than 2,000, making the surrounding area quiet and peaceful. The perfect recreational tract unrestricted and ready to be used!
Timber was recently planted in 2018.

Boot Lake Ranch

Posted on: May 3rd, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Location: Boot Lake Ranch is located midway between Mount Pleasant and Mount Vernon, Texas, with close proximity to I-30 and less than 3 miles south on SW 5. The ranch is a quick one hour and forty-five-minute drive east of Dallas, Texas (~112 miles) and minutes from the highly sought-after Cypress Springs Lake.

Overview: Boot Lake Ranch is a highly manicured and well-balanced 410+/- acre combination recreational and agricultural ranch with the focal point being a 42+/- acre lake positioned in the middle of the property. The water quality is best described as a quintessential “tea stained” East Texas lake. The ranch is comprised of pristine hardwood timber, towering plantation pine, abundant fishable surface water, green timber wetlands and gorgeous rolling pastures surrounding the lake. The quiet, asphalt county road frontage offers all-weather access into the property. While there are currently no permanent structures located on the property, multiple, picturesque potential homesites exist surrounding the waters’ edge.

Improvements: This is a highly manicured raw land offering poised for a new owner to customize development to suit their needs. Miles of ATV trails have been maintained throughout the ranch for ease of travel and enjoyment.

Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch’s fertile soils foster Coastal Bermuda pastures which are dominate to native grasses throughout the property as well as diverse stands of hardwood and plantation pine timber. Historically, the pastures have been in hay production and managed for optimum productivity. Tree cover consists of approximately 125+/- acres of mixed hardwoods and 155+/- acres of planted pines. Most of the blocks of planted pines are ready to be thinned providing income potential for the new owner. The diversity of the hardwoods is nothing short of incredible. Planted for peak production, their placement is also ideal for wildlife with contiguous corridors winding across the entire property. Species include white oak, saw tooth oak, burr oak, swamp chestnut oak, a variety of red oaks, hickory, walnut, cypress, and black gum among others. The diversity is unmatched even with some of the best stands of native timber. Native forbs and browse are also plentiful and provide robust habitat for wildlife.

Water: Lakes of this size are extremely difficult to acquire especially within a 2-hour drive time of DFW. The 42+/- Acre Boot Lake will be a legacy asset for years to come. The prized waters are teaming with aquatic life poised for an epic day of fishing. With a lake of this magnitude, it’s also large enough to for summertime watersports! Topography and tree cover surrounding Boot Lake enhances the uniqueness of the lake. In addition, there are three smaller rain dependent, green timber wetlands located on the NE portion of the ranch. All water resources serve wildlife and livestock alike.

Topography: Boot Lake Ranch possesses rolling terrain that drains well and is easily accessed by ATV. With over 100 feet of elevation change, topography on the ranch is exceptional for the geographical area!

Wildlife and fisheries: The Seller has not permitted hunting for the last 35-40+ years fostering a sanctuary for various species of wildlife. There is an abundance of Whitetail deer in this part of Titus County and plenty of other wildlife species for recreational enjoyment. The lake’s surface water and various wetlands provide waterfowl habitat for migratory ducks and Canada geese. Excellent fishing opportunities abound on Boot Lake!

Livestock/hay production: This ranch offers approximately 85+/- acres of improved pastures that have been previously fertilized and managed for hay production.

Minerals: Surface only

Utilities: Electricity runs along the asphalt county road SW 5 in the SE corner of the ranch. Electricity is also located on adjacent land .25 miles from the western boundary. To Broker’s knowledge, there are no water wells on the property. The property is located in the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer.

Property Taxes: The majority of Boot Lake Ranch currently carries an Agriculture Exemption. Taxes are estimated to be $8,118.46 in 2021. This estimate is only an estimate due to multiple incomplete parcels being sold. Ask Broker for details.

Schools: Mount Pleasant ISD

Price: $4,920,000 ($12,000 per acre)

Contact:

Cash McWhorter – Broker/Partner (469) 222-4076

Casey Berley, ALC – Broker Associate (214) 422-7253

Alamo Pine

Posted on: April 29th, 2022 by Grothaus Sheldon

This 238 acre live water property is located about four miles east of Elkhart, Texas, a little over an hour from Tyler or Huntsville, and under two hours from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The ranch is dissected by West State Highway 294, giving it frontage on both the north and south sides of the highway.

Alamo Pine has a gated entrance with a 3,600 square-foot shop, complete with three bedrooms, one bathroom, an office, and two bay doors. An electric well provides water to the ranch and there is single-phase electricity in place. This is a great location for a secluded homesite or small family hunting or camping getaway.

The property consists of East Texas timberland, which is well suited for timber and land investment along with recreational enjoyment. Currently, there is Forrest Management Plan in place that has a projected income of $342,000 over the next 38 years. The dense pine trees and variety of oaks also create a great habitat for the abundant wildlife including Whitetail deer and hogs that frequent the property. In addition, there is a pond, and two spring-fed creeks traverse the acreage for over a mile and a half, giving drinking water to wildlife.

This ranch is in a great location with amenities in place and multiple ideal building spots for a cabin, weekend retreat, or full-time residence, making it an excellent recreational investment property.

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.

17 Acres | T-13 | Caney Pines

Posted on: April 21st, 2022 by Flack Andy

1st-time open market offering! Beautiful area/neighborhood on non-thru, low traffic, roads. Fronting Morrell Rd. and/or East Caney Loop Rd., county-maintained gravel roads. Electricity is available. Community water is at East Caney Loop, thus, by extension. ~ 2.5 miles west of Chester, TX easy to get to yet private, quiet, peaceful setting.