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TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

13.33 acres in Burnet County, Texas

Posted on: January 15th, 2020 by Carpenter David

UNRESTRICTED Hill Country land with beautiful rolling hills and plenty of trees with a good mix of hardwoods. Great location for recreation or a place to build your home or barndominium. Conveniently located close to so many great Hill Country attractions: Lake Buchanan, Reveille Peak Ranch, Spider Mountain Bike Park and Longhorn Caverns. Just ten minutes from historic Burnet, TX. Additional acreage available.

NOTE: 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 sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing.

6 Tracts Available Call for Details

26 Acres | Neches River Tract

Posted on: January 14th, 2020 by Flack Andy

Why lease a tract to deer hunt on? This small tract has a 5 acre plus building site with giant hardwoods on it. The tract tampers from the building site down to a Neches River hardwood bottom. Only a stones throw from Temples old Forest Lake Experimental Wildlife Management Club. There is boat launch 1/2 mile from the property into the Neches River.

Black Ranch

Posted on: December 31st, 2019 by Hortenstine Blake

PROPERTY OVERVIEW: East of the Arbuckle Mountains, in an area once known as the “Field of Eden”, Indian Chiefs from the Southern Plains Tribes would journey with their sick and ill to a place with spring water so pure it was believed to cleanse both body and soul. Long before the land would ever be seen by early 1500’s era explorers, the Southern Plains Indian Tribes would bath in the curative and spiritually powerful springs near present-day Sulphur. Today, just 8.4 miles northeast of those same creeks and the town of Sulphur, the Black Ranch is offered “For Sale” for the first time in over 90 years.

The Black Ranch is a diverse cattle and recreational ranch found in the northeastern portion of highly sought-after Murray County in Central Oklahoma. The ranch offers scenic terrain with dramatic topography and big views, numerous potential building sites, mature hardwoods, miles of seasonal creeks, rolling native bluestem pastureland, and plenty of surface water. Primary features include perennial Cochran Creek, multiple stock ponds, a 25-30 acre potential lake site, outstanding wildlife habitat and strong native pastures for grazing cattle.

LOCATION:The Black Ranch is located 140 miles north of Dallas, 90 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, and 8.6 miles northeast of Sulphur, OK with approximately 1 1/4 miles of frontage along East Palmer Road (aka E1690 Road). There is a main gate and a secondary entrance providing good access to the ranch. Interior roads are somewhat limited, but in good condition with gravel in some areas.

DIRECTIONS FROM OKLAHOMA CITY (1 hour, 30 minute drive): Take I-35 South to Exit 66 for OK-29 toward Wynnewood, OK. Take East Robert S. Kerr out of Wynnewood. Travel east for 12+/- miles before turning right onto US-177. Take US-177 south for 6+/- miles before turning left onto East Palmer Road. The entrance gate to the ranch will be 4.0+/- miles on your left.

DIRECTIONS FROM DALLAS/ FORT WORTH (2 hour, 15 minute drive): Take I-35 North to Exit 51 for US-77 and Davis, OK. Go north towards Davis, OK for 3.6 +/- miles before turning right on Main Street, which turns into Oklahoma State Highway 7. Go east for approximately 6.2 miles, before turning left onto the Chickasaw Turnpike. Go north for 3.5 +/- miles exiting onto US-177, go north for 1.4 miles before turning right onto E Palmer Road. The entrance gate to the ranch will be 4.0 +/- miles on your left.

AREA ATTRACTIONS: The Chickasaw National Recreation Area measures 9,898+/- acres, open to the public for horseback riding, hiking, fishing, camping, trail riding and much more. Built in 1966 by the Bureau of Reclamation, a large portion of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area is the 2,401+/- acre Lake of the Arbuckles. Incredibly scenic and clear, the lake is the main water supply reservoir for the city of Ardmore. Featuring 36 miles of shoreline, this lake has been rated as the best bass fishing lake in the state by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

Sulphur, Oklahoma is home to the Artesian Hotel, Casino and Spa, as well as several fine dining and casual restaurants. It is also home to the Chickasaw Cultural Center including a Museum, Amphitheater, Sky Pavilion, Art Gallery, Traditional Indian Village and a cafe. The town population is ~4,794 and Sulphur remains a popular tourist destination.

AREA HISTORY: Many Indian legends and traditions are written in the springs that surround present-day Sulphur and Murray County. Indian Tribes of the Southern Plains took their sick and ill to the springs for over 500 years, it is written that the Indians knew of ‘Medicine Springs’ 50 years before Coronado, a Spanish Explorer, would be the first European to see them in 1541.

In the 1830s, the Five Tribes (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole) from the Southeastern U.S. were resettled in Indian Territory, present-day Oklahoma. At that time Oklahoma was known for its abundance of wildlife. By the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861 the Cherokee Nation alone had nearly a quarter-million head of cattle grazing on the fertile native grasses of southcentral Oklahoma. Sulphur lays between the famous Texas and Chisholm Trails.

In 1902, the United States federal government purchased over 700 acres from the Chickasaw Nation and deemed the area “Sulphur Springs Reservation.” Today, the park has been renamed the Chickasaw National Recreational Area.

TERRAIN:The Black Ranch ranges in elevations from ~1,264′ near the eastern boundary to ~1,086′ near the western boundary for a total of ~178′ of elevation change. The land is marked by a scenic transition from east to west throughout the property. Picturesque open hilltops and pastures transition into wooded draws with seasonal drainages flowing into Cochran Creek. Primary soils on the ranch are Clarita Clay, the Catoosa-Shidler Complex and Garvin & Elandco.

FENCES, PASTURES & CATTLE: Native pastures with bluestem grasses are found throughout the ranch with over 50% of the ranch being open. Carrying capacity is 1 animal unit per 8-10 acres or 130+/- head of cattle in normal years. There are 3 primary pastures, a smaller 4th pasture, several traps, and a good set of steel corrals. Perimeter fences are in excellent condition with the exception of the Southwest corner and the western portion of the North fence. Interior cross-fencing is in good to poor condition.

STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS: Three older, wood-framed & metal-sided barns/ outbuildings are located near a good set of steel working pens with a nearby water well. A second water well was hand-dug in 1944 and sits near an old homesite no longer in existence. A third water well is near the barn and pens having an old windmill on it. Depth and condition of the wells is unknown at this time.

TREE COVER & WILDLIFE HABITAT: Approximately 50% of Black Ranch is wooded with mature pecan trees, elm, oak, cottonwood, sycamore, redbud, and other tree species common to the area. Brush and beneficial browse for wildlife include greenbrier, blackberries, sand plum and other native species. The draws and riparian creek areas are all wooded and there are other areas with tree cover. The diversity of vegetation, cover, reliable water sources, and natural travel corridors created by the landscape all combine to provide top-tier wildlife habitat.

WILDLIFE & HUNTING:The array of wildlife on the Black Ranch is a unique and virtually unpressured with little to no hunting. The whitetail deer herd in this region regularly produces trophy sized bucks scoring in the 150-160 B&C class. In addition to the deer, Rio Grande turkeys are numerous in this part of Murray County, and provide outstanding hunting. Feral hogs, dove, ducks, bobcats, coyotes, varmints, reptiles and a variety of songbirds all thrive within the impressive wildlife habitat found throughout the property.

WATER FEATURES: Cochran Creek is a seasonal clear creek that traverses the northwestern part of the property for approximately 1.64+/- miles. There are numerous seasonal/wet-weather creek drainages that drain water throughout the property, supplying water to 9 stock ponds and one lake approximately 3.5 acres in size. In the southern portion of the property, four draws/drainages converge to form an unnamed creek that flows into Cochran Creek just off the western boundary of the property. This drainage system appears to have an excellent potential lake site, measuring approximately 25-30 surface acres in size.

FISHING: The stock ponds are believed to provide good fishing opportunities for black bass, crappie and catfish. The avid angler also has the ability to fish on nearby Lake of the Arbuckles, where a public boat ramp is found only 30 minutes SW of the ranch.

RIGHT-OF-WAYS: A medium to large transmission line with wood poles crosses the property in the northwest corner of the ranch for approx. 0.97+/- miles. It doesn’t appear to have an adverse effect on the quality of the property and provides good, internal access. There is also a smaller electric line providing electricity to the barn, pens, and water well.

10 ACRE PARCEL: There is an interior 10+/- acre unfenced parcel that is held in a different ownership. The property is not accessed or utilized by the owner and this is not seen as an issue. Please contact broker to discuss in more detail.

UTILITIES: Electricity is provided by People’s Electric Cooperative (PEC). The power line runs into the property from the main entrance on East Palmer Road. Sulphur City Municipal Water line may also provide rural water to the property.

MINERALS: There is no active production in this general area or on the subject property. Owner is unsure whether any minerals are owned.

GROUND WATER: The Black Ranch sits above the prolific Arbuckle Simpson Aquifer. Water rights and future royalties are negotiable dependent upon offered price and details. Any water rights or royalties reserved will not have an impact on the operation of the ranch including the ability of a new owner to drill water wells for a future home, barn, shop, water troughs for livestock, and other surface uses of ground water typical for ranch operations.

MONARCH BUTTERFLY PROGRAM: Approximately 19+/- acres of the property was recently enrolled in an Oklahoma NRCS sponsored program for the restoration and seeding of Monarch Butterfly habitat. A combination of removing cedar and planting habitat for the Monarch’s like milkweed and other nectar-rich plants provides yet another unique aspect to the property.

AIRPORTS: Ada Regional Airport (KADH) is a full-service public airport located 2+/- miles North of Ada and 26+/- miles from the ranch gate. The airport averages 34+/- aircraft per day with two (2) runways measuring 6,203′ by 100′ and 2,717′ by 50′. A helipad at the airport is also available and is measured 40′ by 40′.

SCHOOL DISTRICT: Roff School District.

PROPERTY TAXES: The property taxes for 2019 were approximately $2,445.

PRICE: $2200 per acre ($2,552,000)

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 Listing Broker.

CONTACT:
Blake Hortenstine- Broker, 214-616-1305 mobile
Cash McWhorter- Sales Associate, 469-222-4076 mobile
Chris Wengierski- Sales Associate, 214-707-3474 mobile

13.5 Acres + Custom Home

Posted on: December 27th, 2019 by Jeff Markham

PICK A PORCH – Wrap around porch, screened in porch, covered deck or the nice breezeway give all kinds of choices for relaxing and enjoying the views on this beautiful 13.5 acre property. Custom built in every way, this 4 bedroom home represents estate country living. With 10+ foot high ceilings, custom woodwork trim and built ins, woodburning fireplace, bay windows in breakfast and dining rooms, attention to detail was not overlooked when it was built. Kitchen has farmhouse sink, granite island with downdraft cooktop, stainless appliances including microwave/convection oven and lots of storage. The master suite is fabulous – great closet and master bath with doors to porches from both bedroom and bathroom. The second bedroom on first floor has built-ins that make a great closet, so it can function as a bedroom or a study. The property also has a 40×40 workshop on slab with 2 roll up doors, electricity, water and a 20×40 lean-to. This property is ready for you to make it yours!

10.01 Acres Bertram,TX

Posted on: December 22nd, 2019 by Carpenter David

Ten acres of Hill Country land and the liberty to control it! With minimal restrictions you can build big or not at all, live the sporting life or the simple life, tame the land or preserve it. This secluded property offers a choice of clear, level building sites dotted with a variety of oak trees. Dense woods are home to deer, foxes, and fowl. Your view is of nature – not neighbors. 10- to 15-acre tracts; no deadline to build.

218 Acres tucked away in Coryell County

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Gore Kim

The hunt is over! Youve found 218 +/- Acres in Coryell County with a beautiful home. Centrally located on FM 116, this gem is tucked away and gives you the ultimate country lifestyle with all the conveniences of town. The acreage is mostly level with scattered tree cover and an established road that stretches from the front of the property to the back, opening up on Old Georgetown Rd. There are several nice sized stock tanks and two seasonal creeks that run across the property. In addition to the custom home there are two barns, a storage building, and an older farm house that is non-livable but full of history. The custom home is 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2,358 sq. ft. The home is complete with a breakfast bar, wood burning fireplace, built in cabinets, skylights, and a porch that takes in stunning views. The wildlife is abundant on this tract making it prime for hunting. There are two water meters in place- on each end of the property. There is more acreage available!

118+/- Acres with beautiful home in Coryell County

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Gore Kim

If you have been looking for the perfect piece of property to do some family and friend bonding your hunt just might be over!
This 118 +/- Acre tract is centrally located in Coryell County just outside city limits off of FM 116. Coryell County is the Gateway to Hill Country and is an hour and a half drive to Austin and 2 hours to Dallas.
This little gem is tucked away well off the main road and gives you the ultimate country lifestyle with the convenience of being minutes from town.
The almost 2400 sq. ft. custom home has 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and a 2-car garage.
The home is complete with a breakfast bar, wood burning fireplace, custom built in cabinets, skylights, and a back and side porch that ensure stunning sunrise and sunset views.
The wildlife is abundant on this tract making it prime for hunting.
There is an established road that meanders through the gently rolling terrain and 2 decent ponds just waiting to be stocked with fish.
The property is mostly open but has some scattered tree cover with beautiful Oak Trees.
The fencing is adequate for cattle and is currently being leased by the neighbor.
There is an older farmhouse full of history that could be restored into a charming guest quarters.
If 118 acres is a little smaller then you were looking for, there is an additional 100 acres available that joins this property with paved Georgetown Road frontage and access.

100+/- Acres in Coryell County

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Gore Kim

100+/- Acres in Coryell County! This gem located on Old Georgetown Rd- just off FM 116, has a central location that is perfect for country living and still gives you the convenience of town. This property has two stock tanks and an established road that runs from the front of the property to the back. This parcel has a lot of tree cover near the front that gives way to more open property as you progress through it. There are two seasonal creeks that run across the property. The views are amazing, and it would make a great place for a custom home. There is a water meter in place. The wildlife is abundant- making it a great weekend hunting retreat. Call today to schedule a showing. There is more acreage available!

Odell Farm

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Byars Beau

This 40 +/- acres is 1.5 miles south of the paved FM 91, in the Odell community of northern Wilbarger County, TX. It has a perimeter fence and native pasture. Some parts have thick trees, and some have open grass land. The back part could be hunted where the thick trees are.

The land has two older irrigation wells. Ground water is shallow in this area and the city of Vernon has multiple wells near this property. Pivots are running on neighboring farms on all four sides.

An old homesite near the front needs to be cleaned up. This includes a concrete foundation to one house, an older wood frame house and various junk laying around the site. A small metal barn is there could be kept.

No minerals are owned, so none convey with this tract. A pump jack, injection well and storage tanks are located in the middle of the property, and the oil company retains an easement to access their production.

LIST PRICE: $1,750/acre | $70,000 total

Contact agent Benjamin Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940 for more information about this property.

437 Vacek Loop, Schulenburg, Tx 78956

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Gary Holub

Great Location just minutes south of Schulenburg, 10.94 acre tract on paved Vacek Loop. Cross over the cattle guard and follow the road that leads you to the two story home which is located at the highest point of the property. Beautiful mature oaks are located on the property with nice open areas for livestock grazing. This acreage is presently in Ag valuation and is fenced on all sides and also contains cross fencing. This property will make a convenient weekend/getaway property from the city and is only 1 hr from Katy. Enjoy county living and watch the wildlife that passes through the property. The two story home needs care and has 3,256 SF. The upstairs area is approximately 1,204 SF and has ample room for bedrooms. A wood stove is located in the family room. 1 bedroom, bath, dinning, kitchen and office area is located downstairs. There is a large three car garage, equipment shed and well house. Having the electrical and well in place is valuable! Minerals are negotiable.