TBD Hargrave Road

Posted on: February 15th, 2019 by Jeff Markham

118 Acre Wooded Retreat within close proximity to Houston, The Woodlands, Lake Conroe and Magnolia. This tract is very secluded and offers many recreational opportunities. The totally wooded tract is west of Magnolia and South of FM 1488. The property is accessed by a permanent 80' wide easement at the end of Hargrave Road. The tract is fenced and has been used for years as a hunting and recreational property. A four-wheeler trail exists around the entire perimeter of property. Wildlife consist of whitetail deer, feral hogs, squirrel, ducks and other native species. Nature trails both man-made and wildlife meander throughout the property. Walnut Creek traverses in a north/south direction and it is a pretty, sandy bottom creek lined with Sycamore trees, Walnut trees and other hardwood trees. The creek does create flooding issues from time to time and contributes to over half of the tract being in the flood plain. Trees are mature hardwood of all varieties as well as mature and intermediate pine. Native habitat is great for the wildlife. Property has an exemption for timber. The road leading to the property on the easement is a solid all weather road. Electricity is a little over 200 feet away from the northwest corner of the property. Although not a great development property, it is a great natural getaway without having to experience half of your enjoyment time driving. Tracts in this location and with all its natural appeal are almost impossible to find and appreciation in value is eminent.

5.61 Acres | Bluewater T1-4

Posted on: February 7th, 2019 by Flack Andy

Bluewater, named after Bluewater Rd. is a country setting in Southeast Polk County, Texas easily accessed from US 59 (I-69) and within close proximity to communities southeast of Livingston, TX. Historically utilized as managed pine forest, Bluewater is in a natural setting with varying ages of pine trees, hardwoods, and open areas to choose from. Easily accessed with paved State FM frontage or county maintained gravel road frontage. Electricity available or forthcoming. Lightly restricted, for preservation, the tracts in Bluewater are suitable for your permanent home, weekend farm, and/or legacy investment.

Owner Financing Available:
20% down, 8% interest, 15 year amortization with a 5 year balloon payment. (Subject to credit approval)

7544 FM 532, Gonzales, Tx

Posted on: February 6th, 2019 by Gary Holub

13 Acre small rectangular tract in the Moulton School District, complete with Gonzales Rural Water, septic and a pond. The 1996 mobile home had been used for weekend getaways but has not been used for 3 years. There is a hunting stand near the pond which will convey. This will make a great weekend getaway or permanent residence. A winding road leads you to the mobile home site which sits at the back of the property, nice and private! In place is a large deck to enjoy the outdoors and evenings. The property has boundary fencing(front fence needs attention) and has a small storage building. Property is priced as land only. Just 7 miles from Moulton and 10 miles to Gonzales.

Scurry County

Posted on: February 5th, 2019 by Williams Steven

Superb, well maintained property with 360 +/- acres in Wheat and the remaining in native pasture. Income from Cattle and Crop lease, and hunting leases. The seller has cleaned out and improved drainage for two large water tanks and the fencing on 3 sides has been replaced the last 7 years. Abundant deer and other games animals making this property a family recreational hunting and cattle operation. Beautiful views, varying terrain and improved water features make this ranch one of the best with the good stewardship that has occurred.

Has an outstanding layout with rolling terrain and pastures with perfect cover. The owner has conducted an extensive work improving the native grasses and grazing value of the property.

The fencing throughout the property is newer, most parts less than 7 years old on 3 sides and the 4th side though older is in good operating condition.

Abundant deer population due to the Wheat Fields and existing cover. Other game includes Dove, Turkey and Hogs. Leased for deer hunting at $2,400 per person or $3,000 for a father / son agreement. Currently 4 hunters lease the property averaging $10,200 annual payments.

There is an older set of cattle pens that are still used and old footings remaining from an old homestead but no other structures. Electric on the property with 30amp plug used for the hunters camp.

The owner has recently constructed and cleaned out 2 larger stock tanks that catch the water drainage and are full.

The owner currently leases the property for Cattle and Crop lease on a annual basis leased for $2560.00 (640 ac $4 per / acr). Leasee would continue leasing if buyer desires.

The Seller believes they own 75% of the oil and gas mineral rights and would consider dependent upon price offering conveying a portion of the mineral rights.

Detailed property layout and water improvements have been made to the ranchs overall aesthetics and marketability. The annual income also makes this a great investment. This Scurry County Ranch is competitively priced to make this a complete operation for the hunter, outdoorsman, cattleman and investor.

101 & 103 E. Granite

Posted on: February 3rd, 2019 by Virdell Tory

101 & 103 Granite st. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, tile floors, fenced back patio, garage with W/D hook-ups. Call Tory B. Virdell, owner agent, for details.

George Ranch

Posted on: January 29th, 2019 by James King

The George Ranch is located northwest of Marfa, Texas just 4 miles outside of town and to the southwest of Fort Davis approximately 20 miles. The ranch has access from the old Bloys Camp Road, a well-maintained private electric gated road through the Dixon Water Trust that adjoins Marfa. This location is extremely private with no easements through the ranch. Isolated and private but only minutes to the airport and all the amenities of Marfa.

5,093.63 acres in Presidio County.

The George Ranch is part of the Marfa Plateau, a mile-high desert grassland of basin range topography between the Davis Mountains to the north and the Chinati Mountains and the Rio Grande River to the southwest. Sweeping grasslands to the east fall into the horizon and rolling hills to the west the George Ranch commands views of area mountains from every direction.

Classic Cattle County of the Old West, the Marfa Plateau has maintained much of the environment and appearance of times past. This ranch, once part of the famous Mimms Ranch, is a working cattle ranch with a central set of livestock pens, excellent interior and exterior fencing, great road infrastructure, as well as a water distribution system providing water throughout the property. There are several pastures and traps that allows for managed grazing as the George family took great care in enhancing this amazing grassland ranch.

The Headquarters is located on a slight ridge on the west side of the ranch and there is a custom 3br/2ba home with walled garden and grounds all powered with a sophisticated Solar Energy System. This off the grid home looks north and east where you can see hundreds of thousands of acres close and beyond. A grand covered outdoor porch is the central feature of this home with modern amenities and windows framing area mountains. A covered carport and fenced landscaped yard top off this unique homestead.

Out of sight just over the hill from the main house is a solar powered HQ water well, storage, barns, sheds, and Formans home. The rest of the improvements are also off the grid with solar panels and battery storage.

The landscape is wide-open rolling grassland surrounded by rugged, blue mountain ranges which can be seen from most places within the custom home and throughout the property. This vast area lies in a narrow elevation range between 4,842 and 5,050 feet allowing for mix of vegetation from the mid- high Chihuahuan Desert such as Spanish dagger, yucca, sotol, and cholla with a dominate grassland of cane bluestem, blue grama, black grama, bear grass, and sideoats grama with some scattered brush. South Fork of Alamito Creek supports a riparian woodland of mesquite and other scattered brush.

The Estate of Bill George by and through his will is working with the Texas Agricultural Land Trust (TALT) to place a Conservation Easement on the ranch prior to selling the property. This effort complements the Hip-O Ranch Conservation Easement covering 16,000 ac to the west and the 11,000 ac Dixon Water Foundation Mimms Ranch to the south and east, dedicated to demonstrating conservation land stewardship with a focus on Holistic Land Management. It is part of a large protected neighborhood ensuring good land management, protected views, and open space all the way to the town of Marfa.

This ranch is home to many species of birds, raptors, songbirds, and upland game birds including Mourning Dove and Blue (Scaled) Quail as well as larger wildlife of the open prairie such as Pronghorn Antelope, Desert Mule Deer and Javelina. The grasses and limited brush provide excellent habitat for these game and non-game animals. This is Chihuahuan Desert Grasslands at its best and a wildlife enthusiast dream.

The Marfa plateau has excellent groundwater and with a distribution of wells,
pipelines and troughs, there is excellent water available throughout the ranch.

Ochiltree County Farm

Posted on: January 27th, 2019 by George Clift


This Ochiltree County property offers everything the farm and cattleman requires to raise quality crops, as well as graze, receive and ship livestock, with a home on the property. There are opportunities for future development to increase productivity. Located just 6.5 miles Southeast of Perryton on asphalt roadways, it is easily accessible to and from the community resources.

The farm consists of a total of 640 acres +/- acres; with the majority 505 +/- acres of relatively flat excellent quality farmland with potential for development of irrigation. This farmland sits an average static water level of ~200 foot and approximately 150 foot of saturated water thickness exists below*. This farmland has been rotationally operated with wheat and Milo and used to graze wheat pasture cattle. The owner is motivated to allow for the evaluation of water quantity on the property.

In addition, the tract has a residence, garage, livestock barns, grain bins, storage buildings, and corrals, located on 135 +/- acres of grassland in the northwestern portion of the section. This native grassland has an excellent perimeter fencing with cattle guard entering the property allowing grazing of cattle nearby the home. The steel pens are in excellent condition and allow ease of receiving, caring and loading of livestock.

703 Acres | Pete Garrett Road | Tract 03039

Posted on: January 26th, 2019 by Flack Andy

First time open market offering! Use has been historically industry forestland. Railroad frontage with easy access to US Hwy 59/I-69. Varying ages of pine plantation over rolling to sloping topography. 50' elevation change.

3.4 Ac Wilderness Estates Tr 5-5

Posted on: January 23rd, 2019 by Flack Andy

Wilderness Estates is Point Blanks newest small community! Build your new house or weekend home on the raw and untouched land that Wilderness Estates has to offer. Near the town of Huntsville for access to larger town amenities, but also close to small communities around Lake Livingston for weekend fun. Invest in yourself Get away from city life and come live in the country!

Frontage on Felix Currie Road, off Wilderness Road.

339 Acres Eastern Menard Co.

Posted on: January 19th, 2019 by Tyler Wright

339 +/- acres located in Eastern Menard County has just the right mix for a great productive/recreational ranch. The land has a very good roll to it with varying elevations. The property features good tree cover for wildlife made up of Mesquite, Cedar, Live Oak and Spanish Oak trees with cultivated fields along the Northern part of property. Whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, dove and quail abound.

339 acres

Cultivated fields along North part and good elevation towards Southern boundary. Mesquite-Cedar-some Live Oaks along hill side and up top along with some nice Spanish Oak trees.

Electric at center of property and along South property line.

Wildlife deer, turkey, hogs, dove and quail

1 water well with solar pump and concrete storage/reservoir.

Seller to reserve 50% of all minerals owned and 50% of wind/solar. Seller to convey 100% of Executive Leasing Rights.

Option Period: 10 days

3 sides currently fenced. Buyer and seller to split cost of new fence on East boundary line.

All properties are shown by appointment with FINDARANCH. Buyers Broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany client or customer on first showing to participate in compensation.