TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

388 Acres | Walker North

Posted on: August 5th, 2022 by Flack Andy

1st time open market offering for this part of ~ 13,000 acres in Northern Walker County. Wooded in varying ages of pine plantation with hardwoods in creek drains. Nelson Creek frontage. Little School Branch Creek crosses through the southeastern portion of the tract. Easement access. Private, low traffic, yet, easy access. The NE portion of this tract burned and is ready for pasture conversion or replant.

59 Acres | T-4 | Red Hollow

Posted on: August 2nd, 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.

168 Acres | FM 350

Posted on: August 2nd, 2022 by Flack Andy

FM 350 Hill Top. Rolling from front to rear. Recently thinned 2004 pine plantation with hardwoods along creek drains over sandy loam type soils. Excellent access and frontage. Low traffic FM road. Electricity along FM 350.

40.19 acres in Montgomery County, Texas

Posted on: August 2nd, 2022 by Larry Jacobs

40 +- Unrestricted acres in Montgomery County. Easy access to Highway 59 and 99 (Grand Parkway) Property is rectangular with frontage on Petty Walker Road. Heavily wooded with ag exemption in place for timber. A small portion is in the 500 year flood plain.

59 Acres | T-6 | Red Hollow

Posted on: July 30th, 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.

65 Acres | T-5 | Red Hollow

Posted on: July 30th, 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.

Sandy Pines Farm

Posted on: July 28th, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Location: Sandy Pines Farm is located on County Road 3588 Winnsboro, TX, just a mile east of FM 2869. The property is also conveniently located only 17 miles from Quitman, 14 miles south of Winnsboro, 16 miles west of Gilmer, and only 108 miles east of Dallas.

Overview: Sandy Pines Farm is a heavily timbered and beautiful 75+/- acre property located in a desirable area in eastern Wood County. The property consists of mature stands of planted pine timber (22-25 yrs old), well-drained topography, 2,100′ of county road frontage, and numerous home sites. Located just equidistant from Winnsboro, Quitman, and Gilmer this property is nestled in a convenient, yet quiet part of Wood County. There are no structural improvements on this property making this a clean slate for the new owner to come in and make it their own.

Trees, forbs, and soil: This area of Wood County boasts sandy loam soils which are productive for both hay production and prolific timber stands. This property features approximately 67+/- acres of pine which has been thinned once and is ready to be thinned again this year. The pine has been managed by a local and well-known forester and supports a timber exemption on the entire tract. The vast majority of the property’s landscape drains well providing numerous building sites for a new home. Other tree cover consists of both white and red oak varieties, black gum, sweet gum, hickory, elm, and native pine. Found within the stands of mature timber scattered across the farm are native forbs and browse that are highly attractive to deer and other wildlife.

Topography: The highest point on the property can be found on the southwestern side at 508’+, and eventually slopes down to just below 450′ above sea level towards the northeast corner of the property. The majority of the property is rolling to sloped terrain and well-drained.

Easements: One easement for Uphur Rural Electric Co-op along the southern boundary and there is an easement road running north and south through the tract for a neighbor to the south to access their property.

Minerals: No minerals owned by Seller.

Utilities: Upshur Rural Electric Co-op provides electricity and is available along the south portion of the property. Ground water is prolific in this area providing the new owner with an incredible opportunity for a very productive water well.

Property Taxes: This property carries a timber exemption. Ask Broker for details

Schools: Harmony ISD

Price: $732,250 ($9,741 per acre)

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

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.

34.9 acres in Matagorda County, Texas

Posted on: July 19th, 2022 by Lindsey A. Thompson

34.9 Acres Remotely Located in Matagorda County, just over an hour from Houston. If you are looking for a place in the country that you can hunt deer and hogs and run a few cows, this is it. It is at the end of a county road 164 which is a dead end road with no through traffic. This property is very close to the Matagorda & Brazoria county line. Only 18 miles from Sargent beach and 23 Miles from Bay City. The property is heavily wooded with no improvements. You can make This 34 acres just the way you would like it.

Hidden Spur Farm

Posted on: July 6th, 2022 by Hortenstine Blake

Location: Hidden Spur Farm is located approximately 8 miles northwest of Gladewater, Texas, at 1472 Shamburger Road. The farm is also conveniently located only 11 miles from the town of Gilmer, and only 120 miles east of Dallas.

Overview: Hidden Spur Farm is a beautiful 30+/- acre rural homesite nestled in a very desirable area of south-central Upshur County. The property consists of dramatic rolling hills, pristine hardwood timber, and an incredible 5+/- acre pond. The surrounding property consists mostly of mature growth timber, with some meandering open areas between the house and pond. Surrounded by similar homesites, larger ranches, and within 7 miles of Lake Gladewater, recreational opportunities abound both on and off the property.

Improvements: There is a beautiful, custom-built 3-bedroom, 3-bath, 2,200+/- SF Victorian style home located on a high ridge on the eastern portion of the property. The home was built in 2000 and has been well-maintained since, having updated the two exterior A/C units in 2014, and the inside unit in 2015, all outfitted with a Honeywell security system. The kitchen has also been updated with Quartz countertops, new stainless-steel GE appliances and a new gas stove. The stove and water heater both run off propane. In addition to these updates, new wood floors lead through the main living area and dining room, into an additional living area which provides room to entertain or privacy from the central portion of the house. New tile has been added throughout as well. Numerous updates have been added throughout the house including a new pantry, garbage disposal, new blinds and window treatments, updated closet shelving/racks, new water filtration system (kitchen) and many others as well. The back doors open from the kitchen onto the deck overlooking the outdoor BBQ/sitting area with a view toward the lake.

The entire downstairs and master bedroom upstairs is powered completely off of solar power. Inside the garage is a unit of batteries and power inverter which makes the home incredibly energy efficient. The power is stored until used, then recharged each day, making it nearly 100% sustainable off the grid. The average electricity bill runs from $35-60/month in the heat of the summer and can actually create a credit during the spring and fall. A new TAMKO Metalworks roof was installed in 2010 and comes with a transferable 50-year pro-rated warranty.

One main barn is currently being used to store equipment and a 30’x 40′ metal shop with roll-up door provides additional storage and workspace. Attached to the two-stall barn is a tack room and chicken coop complete with exhaust fans and water. Adjacent to the house is a fully enclosed well-house that serves the property’s irrigation. The perimeter of the property is mostly fenced with good cross fencing around the house and within the interior of the property. There is an electric gate for a nice, secure entrance along with the entire front and backyard being fully fenced.

Trees, grass, forbs: The property’s sandy loam soils foster Coastal Bermuda in the open areas as well as native grasses and forbs throughout the property. Towering mature hardwood timber dominates the landscape. The timber has not been cut or harvested in the last several decades providing scenic and productive wildlife habitat. Tree cover consists of a healthy stand of virgin hardwoods including a variety of red and white oaks, black gum, elm, hickory, dogwood, walnut and some pine. Native forbs and browse such as pokeweed, beautyberry, trumpet creeper, and green briar are also plentiful and provide robust habitat for wildlife.

Water: The property has an incredible deep, spring-fed pond, approx. 5.0+/- acres in size as well as access to Rocky Creek along the western edge of the property. There is also a water well near the main home accessing the Carrizo Wilcox Aquifer for an additional source of water.

Topography: Rolling to sloped terrain with an impressive 75 feet of elevation change provide a scenic view, especially from the house to the east, while the timber maintains privacy from all other directions. The house is arranged on the higher, somewhat level ground, while the timber encompasses the majority of the watersheds and hillsides. Such diversity offers the landowner countless options for recreational opportunities and possibly an additional building site.

Wildlife and fisheries: This property has been successfully hunted in recent years, but only sparingly. It has never been leased and has been managed in such a manner to provide the new owner with a turnkey recreational property. There is an abundance of deer in this part of Upshur County and plenty of other wildlife species including waterfowl for recreational enjoyment. Well stocked, the 5.0+/- acre pond fishes well for bass, crappie and bream and is easily accessible from the house.

Easements: One easement for an electric line and one easement for a gas line.

Utilities: Electricity is provided by Upshur Rural Electric and runs from the east boundary into the home site on the property. Co-op water is provided by Pritchett Water Supply

Property Taxes: All but 2 acres of Hidden Spur Farm currently carries a Timber Exemption. Ask Broker for details.

Schools: The new owners could attend Gladewater or Gilmer ISD.

Price: $798,600.00 ($25,853/acre)

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

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.

327 Acres | CR 340

Posted on: July 2nd, 2022 by Flack Andy

ZION HILL! Big views, Big roll, hills, ridges, and creek drains. This is a beautiful tract of land in Jasper County, Texas. Good county road frontage, close to FM road and State Highway for easy access. Electricity available by extension. Nice area with low traffic. Rethink Rural!