A unique 10.01 acre tract of land located approximately 12.6 miles North of Hondo, Texas in Medina County. Property has an above average water well for the area. Property also has a very unique set of small orchards with a variety of different fruit-bearing trees. The orchards are provided irrigation from the water well located in the center of the property. The property is traversed by a wet weather creek in the northern portion that runs from the west to the east.
LOCATION: Property is approximately 12.6 miles north of Hondo, Texas in Medina County, Texas. The property has access off of PR 2410 and County Road 241.
IMPROVEMENTS: Property has a water well, well house, electricity, and a carport.
EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: Seller does have some equipment on the property. However, it is not included in the listing price. The equipment can be negotiated as personal property if a buyer is interested.
WATER: Property has an above average water well for the area. Additional information on the water well can be provided upon request. The property is traversed by a wet weather creek in the northern portion of the property that runs from the west to the east.
TERRAIN/HABITAT: Property is gently rolling. Property is mostly cedar trees with a good number of oak trees mixed in. The seller has been planting (3) small orchards with a variety of different fruit-bearing trees. A list of the orchard trees can be provided upon request.
WILDLIFE: Property wildlife includes whitetail deer, wild hog, doves, turkey, raccoons and other varmints.
EASEMENTS: The property has an electrical transmission line traversing the property.
MINERALS: Property is offered as surface estate only.
Call Cameron Schuster to schedule a showing! 830-334-1593
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Putman Mountain Ranch has extraordinary views of House Mtn, Putman Mtn, Prairie Mtn and the surrounding hill sides. The ranch features granite outcroppings outlining the live oak and post oak motts with scenic pastures of wildflowers & native grasses. Seasonal creeks meander throughout the ranch. Ranch is offered with blinds and feeders. One water well near south property line at 20 GPM. If you are in the market for a ranch that has breathtaking views, water, great hardwoods, granite outcroppings, wildflowers, and abundant wildlife (whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, dove, aoudad) with convenient and easy access to Fredericksburg & Llano, THIS IS IT. One look and you will be hooked.
Seller is a LREB.
UNDER CONTRACT! Nice house in the country! This 1.785 acres has everything you need, just minutes from Rockdale.
A nice brick home is in place that was built in 2008. This home is a 3/2 with an attached garage. Laminate wood floors throughout, spacious kitchen and master bedroom, with a nice wood porch in the rear of the home to enjoy your evenings. Lots of large trees around the house and yard including live oaks, post oaks, and pine trees. A gravel circle driveway provides ample parking for you and your guests. There is also a newer portable building in the back of the home that’s great for a work shop or storage. A private water well is ready to use, along with an old hand-dug well of unknown condition.
The yard area has fencing along the back side, and is open along the road side. Plenty of room in the yard for a shop, or barn. There is an older home as well, that is in need of removal. No restrictions. Accessed via CR 335 just several miles north of HWY 79.
21.4 Acres on Little Elm Creek and Williamson Branch with 3 Bedroom 2 Bath 1,116sf (Bell CAD) Home, Barn and Sheds.
ACREAGE : 10.03+/- Acres
LOCATION : Utopia, Texas – Bandera County
WATER FEATURES : Impressive Cypress and Sycamore Lined Sabinal River Frontage ; Wet-Weather Tributary
TOPOGRAPHY : Premium Native Grassy Tree-Studded Land with Subtle Contours and Limestone Shores ; Useable Land ; Great Soils
VEGETATION : Cypress, Sycamore, Live Oak, Mesquite, Cedar, Agarita, Persimmon, Native Grasses, Variety of Additional Trees, Aquatic Plants native to the region
WILDLIFE : Whitetail, Axis, Turkey, Hog, Dove and other Woodland Birds, Songbirds, Wild Natives, Bass, Perch, Occasional Catfish
IMPROVEMENTS & HIGHLIGHTS : Rare Riverfront Property with Convenient Location just North of Utopia ; Limestone Ledge bordering the River’s Edge just waiting for you to Jump In ; Excellent Setting ; Beautiful Scenery ; Canopy of Cypress Trees cast a perfect blanket of shade over the Riverbanks ; Ideal Building Sites ; Useable Land ; Electricity Available ; Ideal Weekend River Property Potential ; Swim, Snorkel, Leisure Float
COMMENTS : Drop a Line in the Deeper Freshwaters for enjoyable recreational Fishing ; Quality Land for Building a Full-Time Residence or Vacation Cabin… Keep Calm and Swim On!
TERMS : Cash to Seller or Third Party Finance
DISCLAIMER : Information is believed reliable but is not guaranteed by REALTOR. Property is subject to prior sale, correction or withdrawal without notice.
Come fall in love with this lovely, well-maintained 3 bedroom/ 2 bath home. This sweet gem is located on an over-sized corner lot with mature landscaping, large shade trees and beautiful outdoor gathering spaces in the back yard. Home is conveniently located within walking distance to the local schools and shops.
3 BR/ 2 BA/ 1 CCP
2,083 SQ FT
Large Kitchen Open to the Dining room
White Shaker Custom Cabinets
Updated Tiled Back-Splash in Kitchen
Neutral Paint Color to Go With any Dcor
Ceramic Tile & Carpet Flooring
Large Living Area with Functioning Freestanding Fireplace
Cedar Closet in Utility Room
Ceiling Fan in all Rooms
Large Master offers Walk-in Closet, Ensuite Bath
Fabulous French-Doors, Lead to the Outdoor Patio
Updated Guest Bath
Converted One-Car Garage Workshop
Concrete & Brick Paver Patio
Beautifully Landscaped Front Yard with Mature Trees
Composite Roof and New Privacy Fence
Single Car Carport
Working Water Well for Watering Yard.
1st time open market offering on this forested timberland. Upland, southern loblolly pine, sloping to hardwood bottom land, excellent for recreation and passive timber income. Just over an hour from downtown Houston, TX fronting a good county maintained road. The 57 acres has water/electricity readily available.
The G5 Ranch is a beautiful well-rounded, turn-key combination ranch in the heart of premium ranch and horse country. With over 4 water features and a balanced combination of cover and open pasture, G5 Ranch offers something for everyone. Upon arrival, you’re greeted by lush Bermuda pastures, diverse native timber, abundant water, rolling topography and comfortable amenities. Whether you prefer to fish and hunt, ride horseback along the trails or in the arena, or just relax by the custom fireplace, this ranch will suit the needs of most any discerning buyer.
The G5 Ranch is located in the northern part of Anderson County, between the communities of Bradford and Springfield, off of FM 837. The ranch has exceptional proximity to Dallas, with the hard to find bragging rights of less than 1.5 hours from downtown, located in a very desirable area amongst several prominent legacy ranches.
From Dallas, take US-175 E to Athens for approximately 68.53 miles, head west on Loop 7 in Athens to take State Highway 19 S. After approximately 13 miles, turn right onto FM 837 and travel approximately 1.4 miles to the automatic gate entrance on the left.
From Athens, take State Highway 19 S for approximately 13 miles. Turn right onto FM 837 and travel approximately 1.4 miles to the automatic gate entrance on the left.
From Palestine, take State Highway 19 N for approximately 17 miles. Turn left onto FM 837 and travel approximately 1.4 miles to the automatic gate entrance on the left.
Surface Water & Fisheries
The ranch is very well watered, with over 4 bodies of water, with the highlight being the 4+/- Acre lake that is tucked away into beautiful, mature hardwoods. An aerator is in place to promote plant and animal life by helping with lake oxygen levels. There are multiple spots to fish from the bank, as well as a couple of boat launch areas to fish into the deeper water or back into the coves. There is also a dedicated water well located at the lake for supplemental water during dryer times. While the owner has not had to utilize this well over the last few years, it is certainly a valuable resource to have during drought conditions. The lake is currently under the management of Lochow Ranch Pond & Lake Management. Over the last three years, the owner has stocked coppernose bluegill, redear sunfish and tilapia to provide ample bait fish for growing trophy largemouth bass. This past year, the owner also added crawfish and shiner minnows into the mix. In March of 2020, the owner stocked 75 lbs. of Florida strain adult largemouth bass, and in May of 2020, 150 lbs. of adult feed trained bass. There are also two fish feeders on automatic timers at the main lake.
The additional bodies of water consist of two .5+/- acre ponds located in the southern pastures near the improvements, as well as a .65+/- acre pond in the northern pasture. The water well that services the improvements, also has piping that runs to each .5+/- acre pond to keep both filled during dry and/or drought conditions. One of the .5+/- acre ponds has been stocked with catfish. All bodies of water provide a dependable water source for livestock and/or wildlife.
Wildlife & Hunting
G5 Ranch has ample cover and forage to support good whitetail deer hunting. There are numerous bow and rifle stand locations found throughout the ranch, as well as corn and protein feeders. The wildlife found on the ranch consists of whitetail deer, turkey, bobcats, waterfowl and dove. The ranch has been lightly hunted over the last several years, creating a refuge for the wildlife.
The barndominium, 10 stall horse barn and well house are contained in an approximately 3-acre area secured by pipe fencing. It is obvious that a lot of thought and attention to detail went into the design of the structural improvements.
The barndominium is approximately 3,920+/- square feet. It has two enclosed areas within the barn, with one area being in an open floor plan, studio complete with a bedroom, sitting area, dining area and full kitchen. It has a walk-in closet, as well as a full bathroom. The second enclosed area has its own roll up door, door entry outside and door entry into the living quarters. It functions as a garage, storage for tools and various ranch equipment. It also has a set of stairs which leads to a second story loft to offer additional functional space and storage. Next to both enclosed areas, is a covered garage on slab, with three walls being enclosed, with the southern wall having an additional rollup door. A lean-to is also located off of the eastern side of the barndominium and is also on slab. The barndominium space is currently very functional, but its thoughtful design allows the next owners to convert the space into additional living quarters if so desired.
The 10 Stall Horse Barn is approximately 5,488+/- square feet. The barn is an incredibly beautiful and functional building. It is clear that a tremendous amount of attention to detail was put into the design and build. On the northern end of the barn sits two additional bedrooms and one full bath. The bedrooms and bath areas are all fully air conditioned. One of the bedrooms could easily be converted back into a tack room if so desired. On the southern end of the barn is a large, covered sitting area, with year-round breezes and a magnificent fireplace. The huge fireplace is approximately 10 feet wide and puts off a tremendous amount of heat. The covered area provides a year-round place to be outside and enjoy the ranch with family and friends.
G5 Ranch has three very functional wells that service the various improvements, as well as provide a supplemental water source for the water features and irrigation capabilities. The well located near the two barns service both structures, as well as provide a supplemental water source to the two half acre ponds. It is approximately 550′ in depth, has a 15-horsepower pump, an 85-gallon pressure tank and produces approximately 85 gallons per minute. The well at the 4+/- acre lake is believed to be approximately 500′ in depth. The well at the northern pasture is approximately 580′ in depth, has a 3″ galvanized pipe, a 15-horsepower submersible pump, 81-gallon pressure tank, and produces approximately 130-160 gallons per minute.
Timber & Grass
The timber found on the ranch is diverse and productive fostering ample habitat for wildlife. You’ll find an 8+/- Acre Pine Plantation planted approximately 12 years ago that will be ready for its first thinning in just a few years. As well as, 173+/- Acres of mature hardwoods with native Pine, Hickory, Red Oak and White Oak varieties, some Post Oak, Black and Sweet Gum, Willow, and some cedar. Along with the timber the ranch also features 104+/- acres of highly improved Coastal Bermuda hay pastures that produce approximately 600-800 large round bales on two cuttings. On years with ample rainfall, a third cutting is feasible.
Cattle & Horses
The G5 Ranch is setup very well as a premium equestrian ranch. The ranch currently has two horses, however, it is setup to run 10 horses. The current owner has not run any cattle on the ranch, however, the ranch could conservatively support 50 AUs.
A horse-riding arena, with a grandstand, sits at the northeast corner of the ranch and is just under 1+/- acre.
The entire ranch is perimeter fenced, with hog proof fencing in many areas. The fencing consists of pipe, hog-proof and 5-strand barbed wire.
The ranch has approximately 4 miles of internal roads/trails, with approximately 2.2 miles of graded iron ore rock road.
The seller is willing to convey all owned minerals with an acceptable contract.
The G5 Ranch is under an agricultural tax exemption. The approximate taxes for 2019 were $2,495.86 per Anderson County Tax Assessor.
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.
Chance Turner, Agent – 972-765-7326
Stephen Schwartz, Agent – 903-738-7882
Two wooded lots with a combined acreage of around an 1/2 an acre with numerous oak trees in the resort community of Morgan’s Point. Build your dream home near Lake Belton and within close proximity of Belton High School and all the amenities you need and want.
Talk about North Texas “Hill” Country! This 64.31 +/- acre ranch has big of elevation change, tall oak trees and year around recreation. It’s located halfway between Bowie and Jacksboro in Clay County, TX, about five miles south of the Vashti community. Only a half mile north of the Jack County line, it is also just down the road from the Montague & Wise County lines, accessible from downtown Fort Worth in only one hour.
The ranch has frontage on the county maintained, gravel based Dewebber Rd., for all weather access. Hwy 59 that runs between Bowie and Jacksboro is four miles away. You enter the ranch through a newly constructed pipe ranch entrance and travel 456 ft down a 35 ft wide deeded private lane, where the ranch opens up to the wooded pasture. A 40 ft x 100 ft metal barn with dirt floor is located at the front end of the pasture; this barn has two 10 ft (wide) x 14.5 ft (tall) entry doors and would be perfect for parking a camping trailer, ranch equipment, etc. Electricity and a 300 ft water well are in place at the barn too, in good working condition. There are nice spots in the woods just off of this area that would make great spots to build a cabin or house.
Newly dozed interior roads take you down multiple paths through the woods. The ranch has over 70 ft of elevation change across it and two large hills, which make for a fun vehicle or horseback ride. The land has dense oak trees, mostly post but some live oak, across the hills and the bulk of the pasture, with thick mesquites on the south end that create the perfect barrier between this ranch and the neighbor. The soils are a sandy mix and grow native forbs and grasses well. Lots of rock boulders and outcroppings dot the landscape, some bigger than a pickup truck, which make for great hiking and exploring.
The neighbors have very little to no hunting activity going on. The neighbor on the west and north border is 1,000 acres large; the neighbor on the east is 60 acres, to the south is a 30 acre homestead and another tract on the west side is 25 acres. A large 2,500 acre ranch is around those neighbors, within 0.25 miles of the property too. This property will have excellent hunting for whitetail deer, turkey and feral hog. Two feeder locations are in place; the one in the middle of the deepest valley hasa tree stand and spin feeder, and the one in the northwest corner on the highest point of the land has a wooden box blind and feeder pen, perfect for rifle shots.
Two seasonal creeks feed two ponds, one of which is stocked with bass. The pond dam and perimeter were recently cleaned up of trees and brush. The creek that feeds it has a large tail, and fish can be seen going up stream as well.
Overall, this is one of the nicest ranch properties we’ve seen in this area. It has a good perimeter fence to mark the border. The land is agriculture exempt for property taxes, which are low and less than $300 per year. It is in Bowie ISD. This is one you will be sure to enjoy for years to come.
LIST PRICE: $5,500/acre | $353,705 total
For more information or to see this ranch in person, contact agent Beau Byars at cell phone (940) 224-3183.
The property has a current wind lease on it that expires in Jan. 2026 if no production has gone into effect by then. Currently there are no commercial windmills on the property or anywhere in Clay County. This wind lease will be disclosed to a buyer under an Inspection Period in a signed sales contract. Seller to convey all of his ownership in this lease at closing. No minerals are owned or will convey with the sale; no oil & gas production is currently on the property either.