TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

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330 Acres Brazoria County

Posted on: December 5th, 2020 by Davidson Charles

Specimen live oaks and pecans draped in Spanish Moss are liberally dispersed across the prairie. Approximately 1 mile of timber lined Oyster Creek frontage enhances the ranch’s beauty. These natural elements combine to lay the foundation for creating a true showplace ranch a short distance from Houston.

Location: The ranch is located in Baileys Prairie, just outside Angleton and approximately 35 miles south of the Sam Houston Tollway.

Habitat: Huge live oaks and pecans provide shade and scenery on this predominantly native pasture ranch. Oyster Creek is lined with timber, creating a nice buffer and additional shelter for livestock. A +20-acre area of dense woods was left in its natural state, providing additional cover.

Per USDA data, soils are predominantly Brazoria & Pledger Clays (prime farmland classification), with approximately 20% of the ranch shown as Norwood Loam (also prime farmland).

FEMA data indicates the ranch lies within the 100-year flood plain.

Water: In addition to Oyster Creek, the ranch features one small electric well and trough, centrally located.

Minerals: Negotiable. There are no leases and no production on the ranch.

Price: $1,237,500 ($3,750/acre)

100 ac Farm and Ranch Property, 3 Stock Ponds, Improved Grass in Bartlett

Posted on: December 5th, 2020 by Honeycutt, ALC Don

100+/- acre, ag exempt, unrestricted farm and ranch property in Bartlett, Bell County.

Topo is level to gently sloping with fertile black soil and roughly 67 acres of improved grass and 33 acres of cultivated land.

Three stock ponds on property and all currently are holding water. A wet weather creek traverses the property east to west.

Bartlett Electric Coop has lines at the front of the property.

Bell-Milam-Falls WSC has a waterline at the road.

An old hand dug well on property is unknown condition. Windmill does not convey.

Verizon and satellite companies are the internet options that I’m aware of.

Neighboring wells range from 245′ to 366′. The aquifer is the Trinity.

Property currently has a farm/grazing lease.

Wildlife includes dove, turkey, whitetail and even ducks!

Property taxes are low and there’s established income history.

This is a fantastic, all around property for farming, ranching, recreation or to build your private country home.

Granger Lake is only a 10 minute drive away!

***Buyers must be accompanied by their agent or broker to view property.***

5.85 Acres in Crystal Mountain Subdivision – Lot 18 – Round Mountain, Texas

Posted on: December 1st, 2020 by Myane Jerry

Union Prairie East

Posted on: November 26th, 2020 by Davidson Charles

Union Prairie East is located on the western edge of Houston County in-between Centerville and Crockett and only 30 minutes from I-45.

Layout, Topography & Terrain:

Union Prairie Ranch offers matures hardwoods and a young pine plantation The middle 69 acre is a young pine plantation that is ready for its first thinning. The remaining acres are a good mix of large hardwoods and open pastures.June 2020 landowner cleaned up a pasture with young growth brush and planted 15-20 acres inBahia grass (pictures above with raw ground shows the area that was cleared and planted).

Wildlife and Hunting:

Wildlife species that can be found on this ranch include white-tailed deer, dove, and songbirds.

Water:

The property offers 1 pond and one wet weather creek that crosses the property. There is county water along the county road if someone would like to hook up a water meter. According to the state well logs one of the neighbors to the North has a 50gpm well drill to a depth of 306 ft.

Electricity:

Electricity crosses the property at several spots.

**Addtional Acreage Available**

Pecan Creek Ranch Tract – 10 Acres

Posted on: November 26th, 2020 by John Ed Stepan

Searching for a little privacy with gorgeous views in a gated community? This is a wonderful opportunity to own approx. 10 acres tucked away in the Pecan Creek Ranches Subdivision off of FM 580 E in Lampasas County. Great potential level building site with panoramic views. Land features an assortment of Pecan, Elm, Oak and Red Oak trees. Adding to the appeal, is Pecan Creek running directly though the property. High fenced in the back and electricity will be brought to this ranch at the street. Septic and well will be required if needed. Deed restrictions include no mobile homes, no swine, livestock allowed. Come build your dream home!

6.98 acres in Real County, Texas

Posted on: November 18th, 2020 by Shandley Shirley

Property #20: You will feel on top of the world from this amazing 7 acre +/- tract as this estate sized home site has some of the most beautiful sweeping views that the Texas Hill Country has to offer! The property is located approximately halfway between Leakey & Vanderpool and fronts the ever popular Ranch Road 337 so is easily accessed in any type of vehicle or motorcycle. There is no HOA/POA or restrictions so RVS/Manufactured Homes are allowed & there is plenty of level land to build your dream home. No utilities but electricity is available and the property is fenced on two sides. You must see to appreciate and priced to sell at $109,000!

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.

10 acres in Williamson County, Texas

Posted on: November 14th, 2020 by Honeycutt, ALC Don

Ten acres in the country yet 5 minutes from Florence, 25 minutes from downtown Georgetown, and 45 minutes from central Austin. Ideal topography to build your dream home with minimal grading. Georgetown Water supply is available and just needs to be tapped and metered and PEC electric is overhead, this property is ready to be built on. Get in on the popularity of HWY 138 and the easy commute to multiple cities.

Pipe Creek Retreat

Posted on: November 10th, 2020 by Davidson Charles

Located just south of Pipe Creek, Texas is a stunning live water property we call Pipe Creek Retreat. Live Water, undisturbed views, close proximity to San Antonio and Boerne and large old growth oaks makes this the ultimate Hill Country retreat.

Location: The property is located a half mile south of the Highway 16 and FM 1283 intersection and has excellent access off of FM 1283.

Pipe Creek Retreat is only;

45 minutes from downtown San Antonio, TX
20 minutes from Boerne, TX
10 minutes from Bandera, TX.
20 minutes from Medina Lake
Water: The propertys eastern border consists of 2,000+/- feet of Pipe Creek. There are two dams located on this stretch of creek providing additional recreational opportunity. In addition, there is a water well near the house that distributes water to the structures.

Improvements: Nestled in a motte of large live oaks is a 3,000 SF barndominum with half of it being livable space (3 bedrooms, 2 baths) and the remaining 1,500 SF being an enclosed barn and workshop space. In addition to the barndominium there is a one bedroom guest cabin that has been recently renovated.

Terrain & Habitat: The propertys terrain provides an inviting amount of pasture appeal. As you enter the front gate, you notice a nicely manicured level area giving a park like feel. As you continue along the main road, it cascades down the hillside looking over the Pipe Creek valley. Continuing, you will eventually reach Pipe Creek. Most of the Pipe Creek frontage has been sculpted by removing juniper and leaving ample live oaks to make it accessible and usable for a variety of recreational activities. The remainder of the ranch has also been strategically sculpted by removing appropriate amounts if juniper; leaving some as cover for the wildlife and opening up areas for grasses and forbs to flourish.

Wildlife: The ranch is home to native and free ranging exotic species found in the area. These include white-tailed deer, turkey, the occasional axis, feral hogs and various predators. The creek bottom acts as a travel corridor for wildlife bringing new roaming critters passing through the property. You never know what might be coming through next!

Other: There is a John Deere Gator, tractor, 4-Wheeler and various other tools that will convey with acceptable offer.

Asking Price: $997,799 or $19,092 /acre

CAGE RANCH 110 + BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITES + HUNTING RANCH

Posted on: November 4th, 2020 by Stefanie Cobb

CAGE RANCH 110 + BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITES + HUNTING RANCH
110 +/- Acres located in Hamilton County, off County Road 622! Great hunting property, beautiful oak trees and good building site with electricity near by. The highest point on the property is 1640 ft. above sea level. There is a seasonal creek that is 1296 ft. that spans across the south/west corner of the boundary.

New owners would have to drill water well. The property is loaded with wildlife- deer, turkey, hogs and dove!

The property is Ag. Exempt.

Property will need to be surveyed, Aerial map is estimated boundary lines.

Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds or a letter of qualification prior to scheduling a showing. Exclusively Listed by Stefanie Cobb (972) 989-5220 and Tai Cobb-Klam (254) 253-0157. Cobb Properties strives to represent all properties accurately. All information contained herein has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. However, no warranty or guarantee is made as to the accuracy of the information. *Buyer(s) agent/broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed the possibility of fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of this firm.

56 Acres of fertile farmland

Posted on: November 4th, 2020 by Lindsey A. Thompson

56 Acres of Prime Farmland in Matagorda County, Texas. Located 8 miles South of Bay City on FM 2668. Not in the Floodplain. Currently used as row crop but could be converted to pasture or homesite. Only $5,500 per acre.