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47 acres in Limestone County, Texas

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by Dean John

Stunning 47.37 acre property in the heart of Limestone County. If you are looking for a getaway place with great hunting potential, this is the spot.

Great privacy awaits you once you enter the property thanks to thick woods along the county road. A cozy cabin is tucked away near the front corner of the property along with a water well, barn, and RV hookup. Power and septic is in place as well. The cabin has a metal exterior for the long-haul usage, and has been recently remodeled inside. There is a great living/kitchen area with TV in place. There is one bedroom, one full bath and a storage room too. A mini-split A/C will keep you cool through the night!

The barn is great for storing a tractor and UTV, with areas on each end for cleaning animals, or storing tools, feed and more.

The property is high fenced around the perimeter, with a few acres in the rear being excluded for low-fence deer and hog hunting.

Awesome terrain changes throughout the property. It’s truly built of rolling hills as you move from the front to the rear of the property. This allows for great opportunities for trail riding and ATVs and also gives you several wet-weather creeks, one of which flows constantly.

The property is thickly wooded in most areas, making it remote and wild. There are towering trees and plenty of places to make your own.

A pond is in place near the middle of the property. There are 3 well-built tower blinds in place along with numerous corn feeders and hog traps. There are 3 large protein feeders that will convey as well.

The deer herd on the property come with the sale and have top-notch genetics. These deer come from great breeder bucks and should have phenomenal offspring from year to year. These deer can be enjoyed by the future owners through wildlife viewing, personal hunting or commercial hunting. A small high fenced holding pen is located near the cabin for use as needed.

One gas well is located in the middle of the property and several gas line ROWs.

Longneck Ranch

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by Grothaus Sheldon

Longneck Ranch is an incredible high fenced South Texas hunting and cattle ranch with big pastures, abundant water, gentle hills and views for miles. This highly improved ranch spans approximately 2,100 acres and is steeped in both history and legend. The ranch is located about 20 miles northwest of Uvalde with easy access on County Road 407, just 2 miles off Highway 334.

The headquarters area consists of a remodeled 3,100 square-foot lodge that boasts incredible views with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a spacious game room and family room, along with an open and modernized kitchen. A beautiful back porch is shaded by mature Live Oak trees and offers numerous sitting areas to relax and take in the views. Nearby, there is also a 1,250 square-foot apartment with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large office, laundry room, large family room and kitchen, along with a covered back porch and fenced backyard area. Additional improvements include a large horse barn with six open rail stalls, electrical and water, an equipment barn with a storage container and water, and a shooting range with a covered roof.

An impressive caliche road system connects the disparate sections of the ranch, giving full access to all parts of the property. The gently rolling terrain, with large oaks and mesquites, fortified grasslands, wide open fields, and nourishing South Texas brush varieties, are ideal for livestock and wildlife alike.

This expansive ranch is a deer and exotic hunters paradise. The property is home to several trophy wildlife species and has been releasing world-class Whitetail and exotics for a number of years. There are over 35 deer pens of various sizes along with a deer and exotics handling facility. Hunting amenities also include large corn and protein feeders, numerous hunting blinds, an overhead feed storage bin, feed buggy, and a walk-in game cooler.

Seven water wells and four ponds supply water to the ranchs improvements and wildlife. There is one solar well and six electric wells; two of which were recently drilled and have been cased and capped for future use. One of the electric wells would be able to tap into the Trinity-Edwards formation with the addition of a bigger pump. In addition, there are two water troughs that supply water from the neighbors wells under a water sharing agreement. All of the water rights are owned on the ranch.

Longneck Ranch has no shortage of legends attached to its name. An abundance of scattered prehistoric arrow points and several Indian Mounds that have never been disturbed, give credibility to the claims. The Legend of the Cave holds that there is a grave of an Indian Chief suspended on a burial rack of a cave on the property. He was rumored to have been found 30 years ago by an old surveyor who was walking the ranch. He discovered the cave, climbed in and saw the Indian on the burial rack, and departed the site without disturbing the grave. That surveyor swore to the discovery but died soon afterwards, perhaps because he entered the grave site. Both the history and mystery will convey with the sale of this unique ranch.

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.

Volare Equestrian Estate

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by Leverett Clayton

Location: 20 miles North of Fredericksburg, TX and 21 miles South of Llano, TX. Enchanted Equestrian is located almost directly across the street from Enchanted Rock State Park. That puts it at 90 miles from both San Antonio, TX and Austin, TX.

Improvements:

Main Home: Built in 2019/2020 the contemporary ranch-style home is a 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath 4000 sq. ft. (approx.) custom home constructed in 2020. Designed by architect, Nadeau Architecture, and built by Fredericksburgs own, Bill Dunn, no detail has been spared.
In the kitchen, the main sink is an IWS Workstation 5 with Wolf gas cooktop, speed oven, M series wall oven and pro hood liner. Sub-zero refrigerator/freezer and wine storage. There is a Cove dishwasher and Maytag washer/dryer. Under-counter lighting and cabinetry is from Kingwood Fine Cabinetry in Fredericksburg.
The home has two fireplaces, one in the great room and a propane fireplace in the master bedroom. The tub in the master bedroom is a Kohler Stargaze Freestanding BubbleMassage Air Bath. A Sonneman chandelier is located in the great room.
Water for the home is provided via rainwater collection from the arenas massive roof and then run through an ultraviolet purification filter. There are also two water wells on the estate outfitted with electric submersible pumps that can provide water to the home, vineyard, grounds, and outdoor equine facilities.

Equestrian Stable/Arena: This is a state-of-the-art equestrian facility was built with every detail in mind. The stable contains six custom 12×12 stalls equipped with rubber mats, fans, fly spray system, and Nelson automatic waterers. The large indoor tack-up bays are designed with stucco and Douglas fir ceilings and built-in cabinets with plenty of storage. Rubber mats are installed for you and your horses comfort along with fans, LED lighting, even electrical plugs for winter heaters. The wash bay is set up for hot and cold water, LED lights, and fans to help the drying process. There is a temperature-controlled tack room with washer/dryer hookups and a sink to make cleaning your tack convenient. Above the stalls is a full living suite complete with restroom and shower, large indoor viewing lounge with air conditioning, separate restroom for viewing deck guests, and giant upper, open viewing deck giving you a premium view of the arena. The covered arena features new Pinnacle footing from Atwood Equestrian Surfaces. Pinnacle is a proprietary blend that contains polymerized sand. Requires no watering and is completely dust-free. The indoor arena also features 40 Linear LED lights and a custom audio system, complete with Bluetooth to enjoy music while you ride. There are two 18′ ceiling mounted MacroAir Fans to help keep you cool in the Texas summers. The arena was built with custom designed walls to ensure safety for riders knees when close to the edge. If the weather is nice, you can ride out to the gorgeous outdoor arena. This arena is bordered with a rock wall and contains Silica sand with Geotex Footing creating a feeling of riding on air. The property also contains four large turnouts with water hookups for easy filling.

Financial: Asking price: $4,500,000; seller to provide basic title insurance and survey. Furnishings are negotiable.

Summary: With views of Enchanted Rock, a small pond, dry creek, large mature oak trees, and even a one-acre vineyard of cabernet sauvignon, this property is truly a one-of-a-kind dream.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.

Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.

15 Acres | T-5 | Indian Springs

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by Flack Andy

1st-time open market offering! Prime tract on a low traffic, non-thru road. Jimbo Nettles Rd. is a county maintained road. This property fronts Cody Rd., a private road. Close to US 190 for easy access. Younger pines allow buyers to shape trees to their desire. Nice area. Electricity on Jimbo Nettles Rd. Good drainage with sloping topography and no floodplain per topography map herein. The 15.3 acres, includes a dry hole well site that has been permitted for clean up. The 37.2 acres includes creek frontage.

520 Acres | Cypress Creek | Tract 284003

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by Flack Andy

1st time open market offering for this forested timberland with paved FM 943 frontage/access. Located in west Hardin County, TX among large timberland owners and low development/population. Abundant wildlife, High Fence candidate. Quiet/peaceful surroundings. Easily accessed. Big recreation with forestland variable for future passive income. Bisected on the south end by Cypress Creek.

47 acres in Austin County, Texas

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by Steven Craig

Cat Spring Hilltop. Forty seven acres located in the sought after Cat Spring area of historic Austin County. Frontage on FM 949 within minutes of Bellville. Open pasture land with great views and drops down to a wooded area with pecan and assorted trees. Currently under Ag Exemption. County water available and electric power accessible.

75 acres in McCulloch County, Texas

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by Mike Barbour

Summary. New to the market is a property ready to hunt, or ready for you to build your forever home. It is within 2 minutes of Brady Lake, a quiet fishing lake. The acreage is largely brushy, with oak trees making nice build sites on the west side.

Location. Just 10 minutes west of Brady, with paved frontage on lightly traveled FM 3022, it is 1 hour east of San Angelo and about 2.5 hours northwest of Austin.

Terrain. The ground is fairly level with one small draw, and it is nearly rock-free. Its good for horses, livestock and wildlife with a healthy stand of grass. Structures can be placed almost anywhere.

Improvements. Power is on the place, and it has a water well. A small cabin is used by the owners for a hunting cabin.

Water. Water is piped to a water trough from the well. The well produces about 4 gpm, and is 80 feet deep.

Wildlife. The new property owners will enjoy the wildlife here. It has whitetail deer, Axis deer, quail, dove, and a few turkeys.

Comments. No neighbors are living nearby, making this a great place to get away. With the game populations and the lake so near, its a gem of a property to own.

Unrestricted 46acres

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by Homeier Deborah

A-550 SUR-628 H SPANGENBERG, ACRES 32.2 & A- 24 SUR-809 A B & MOULTON, ACRES 14.251
This 45.451 acres is a blank canvas awaiting the buyer with a vision. No restrictions. Well, Electric, and fenced (electric in middle). Paths have been cut in to view property. You’ll also find the land has different levels, a tank, nice oaks, and some slight views. Location is the key. Close to Canyon Lake, Blanco, and more. Approx 1090 Ft of RR 32 frontage. Diamond in the rough with so many options. Cedar was left for privacy or for those tree lovers. Deer are known for hanging out too.
Electric line comes from the property behind to the middle of this property. Most of the property is drivable by car or smaller SUV. Trucks and 4 wheel drive have no problem with all. Talking to county on piles of old road base at front to see what they are doing. Working on 911 address too. In the last few years, fence, well, and electric had upgrades.

Property ID’s 79962/73356

Adjoining neighbor has additional property if you want to expand.

20+ Acres with Custom Home, 1/1 Apartment, Barn with 2 Stalls

Posted on: May 24th, 2022 by Honeycutt, ALC Don

20+ ag exempt acres with beautiful, highly improved, 3/2 custom home with 2 car attached garage, just east of Walburg on FM 972 in Bartlett, Williamson County. A drive through barn next to home has two horse stalls and a 1/1 apartment that is income producing and is currently leased. The home has stained concrete floors with slate baseboards and numerous built-ins, custom lighting and gas fireplace. The primary bedroom has a separate area for a sitting area or desk. The primary bath has two walk-in closets, one of which is a safe room. Also in the primary bath is a separate room that could be a dressing room or exercise area. The kitchen is open to the living room, has gas cooktop and has a center island with sink. The large back porch overlooks the back of the property and offers amazing views. The property is in an opportunity zone and is lightly deed restricted, which automatically expires on 4/1/2030. The ag exemption is maintined with honey bees. The land is level to slightly sloping, with rich black soil and thick lush grass in pasture. The property has a Jonah water meter and fiber internet through Bartlett Electric. The extensive rain water collection system needs minimal work to make functional again. This property has everything a rual property owner could ask for, with many in town conveniences.

3/2 Home, Shop & Pool on 2 Acres

Posted on: May 22nd, 2022 by Jirasek, ALC, CCIM David

Located in historic Salado, this 3 Bdrm 2 Bath brick home sits on a 2.274 acre lot with mature trees, crepe myrtles, and fenced area for gardening. It has a two car garage with RV electrical outlet, large living room with fireplace. The covered porch overlooks an in ground swimming pool. There is a 20×28 detached workshop on concrete slab with sheetrock interior and overhead garage door.