TEXAS ALLIANCE of LAND BROKERS

Fixer Upper

Posted on: January 21st, 2020 by Harris Terri

Home is a fixer upper. Older frame home, vinyl siding, has settlement issues that need repair. Seller is selling as is condition. Kitchen has lots of cabinets, large dining area and has a large corner lot, city water and sewer, also has a water well (in need of repair). Also has another large lot included in price. Build a home or move in a manufactured home. Make repairs to older home and use for rental property or family.

17+/- Acres – 11 Rust Lane – Unrestricted

Posted on: January 21st, 2020 by Carol Schultz

103 ac Utopia

Posted on: January 17th, 2020 by Allen Sonny

Property features abundant paved road frontage on Seco Road (CR354). Little Seco Creek (wet weather) traverses the property. The back of the property has higher elevations for an incredible homesite with views. There are abundant hardwoods including Live Oak and Lacey Oak scattered throughout with great diversity of pasture and cover. Hunting is excellent. This is a very scenic property with tons of potential and easy access just a few miles from Utopia.

Ranch is offered exclusively by West Pole Partners, LLC and is shown only accompanied by Broker with advance appointment. Please do not enter the property unaccompanied. For appointment or additional info please directly contact Sonny Allen, Broker.

36 Saddle Ridge RD

Posted on: January 15th, 2020 by Dahl Wade

49.9 +/- acres of unrestricted, 1-D-1 exempt tax status acreage, right in the middle of Woodcreek North! Acreage is cleared of cedar with lots of native oaks throughout. Improvements include 3000 +/- sq. ft. home with several garages/barn/warehouse. Lots of potential on this very rare find this close to Wimberley!

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.

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.

Taylor Ranch

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Beck Steven

This 223.2 +/- acres in Cottle County is located southeast of Paducah, TX in the Chalk community, less than a mile from the King County line. Thick mesquite trees provide plenty of cover for whitetails, and there are trails everywhere!

The land has county road frontage on both its east and south sides, with gated entrances on both sides too. City water can be accessed at the northeast corner; electricity is also available. Approximately 200 acres of the land is fenced for cattle; the fence is in very good condition, with metal t-posts and five-line barbed wire. A neighbor is currently leasing the grazing and would continue to do so, if you wanted to retain the lease.

Hunting here is excellent for deer and hogs! You are buying 223 +/- acres of solid trees. The neighbors have lots of pasture land too, mixed with cultivated fields that provide excellent year around nutrition for whitetails. The neighbor to the west has irrigated crops, so there is a strong year around food source, while the native pasture and trees provide bedding and staging areas for wildlife.

In the middle of the ranch is a cleared out plot area, that would be perfect to use as small food plot or staging area with a feeder. The soils are good throughout, with mostly class 3 and some class 2 soils on the north end, so you could carve out a larger food plot anywhere you choose.

Overall, this is a nice tract for hunting, in an area known for big bucks and lots of game. No mineral rights transfer with this land, and there is a gas well on the far south end by the road.

LIST PRICE: $1,050/acre | $234,360 total

For more information, contact agent Steven Beck at cell phone (806) 778-1597.

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.

Tract # 4 Hurst Place Ranch

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Carpenter David

Lot – 4 15.12 acres with a well

320 Acres in Schleicher County

Posted on: December 20th, 2019 by Tyler Wright

**UNDER CONTRACT**

320 acres located West of Ft. McKavett in Schleicher County is an ideal hunting property. Larger ranches surround the property to the East and South. This ranch comes complete with exceptional old oaks, a water well with a submersible pump, a sea container, several blinds and feeders, and 3 RV sheds with hookups. Travel trailers do not convey with the sale but could possibly be purchased in separate agreements with the owner. The owner has taken much pride in this property and it is ready to hunt as soon as you close the deal.

Accessed down private ROW access easement. Two gates to get on to the subject property that could easily be converted to solar.

Acreage:
320 Acres +/-

Terrain:
Gently rolling terrain with native cover.

Improvements:
Electric and three RV sheds with hookups.

Recreation:
Great hunting and recreational property. Brush provides excellent wildlife habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail, and varmints.

Water:
Water well with a submersible pump.

Minerals:
Minerals are negotiable.

Fence:
The exterior fence is in excellent/new condition.