This 398 acres is a wonderful hunting, recreational or cattle ranch. You will own both sides of county road 106 crossing (7Ac./392Ac.). Spectacular Granite outcrops, Huge live Oaks and Pecan trees along Hickory creek. The 1st pasture has a wet weather creek/draw, granite outcrops and high ridgeline running along the boundary of the creek. The next pasture is more rolling with huge live oaks, Pecan trees, draws & is split by Hickory creek. The windmill & water troughs are on the East bank of the 2nd pasture. There are wonderful homesites with long scenic views of Hickory Creek & Llano county.
THERE IS A BUILDING PAD IN PLACE ON TOP OF A HILL WITH 360* VIEWS AND A GREAT ROAD LEADING TO IT! Whitetail deer, Corsican sheep, turkey, quail, dove, hogs and some exotics. All neighboring properties are larger than 300 acres. Building pad; roads/trails have been cut all over the property. An electrical line runs along the north and east sides. Ag-use valuation is in place.
This beautiful 384.48 acre tract just south of the Blanco City limits offers a wide range of potential. The property has great tall rolling hills that provide a spectacular view of the hill country, an abundant amount of road frontage (approx. .85 miles of 281 & 32) (approx. .51 miles of Lindeman Ln.), and two ponds. The property has a 12gal/m well for cattle use. There is a 12" Blanco water main line that runs along the 281 frontage side of the tract that can be tapped into.
382.5 UNRESTRICTED ACRES - AG EXEMPT! Property features a 20 acre lake, 2 homes overlooking a 2 acre pond and a vast array of wildlife. Located in Bandera County's northwest quadrant at the end of Mickle Creek Rd. One home features a 3bdrm 2bath, 2,076 sq ft interior, the second home features 2bdrm 2bath, 1,457 sq ft interior. Multiple game feeders and blinds on property for hunters. Multiple springs in the valleys on the property. Cleared portions of the property overlooking valleys for potential homes.
Rolling hill country with views for miles. Dense timber (live oak, Spanish oak, cedar) throughout w/good road access. Rustic 3 BR/ 2 BA "Nostalgic Log Home" (Brenham, Tx.) built around 1994. Approx. 1808 sq. ft. living area w/front & back porches. Energy efficient wood stove in LR, country kitchen, sketched concrete floors (large tile look), rustic pine walls, metal roof. Attached dble. garage. Big 2280 sq. ft. metal barn/shop, implement shed (open on sides). Windmill well w/pump, storage tank. 2 concrete stock tanks (one used for swimming pool w/deck.
Approximately 1500 ft. of Guadalupe River on the southern boundary. Over 1 mile of Hwy 281 N frontage on the western boundary. Over 1/4 of a mile of FM 311 on northern boundary. Faboulous views from northeast area of property. Wet weather Cypress Creek crosses property.
Enjoy the peace and tranquility of ranch-living just minutes from downtown Fredericksburg and the 290 Wine Trail. This immaculately well-manicured 373 +/- acre ranch boasts rolling hills and views for miles! You will also find an abundance of wildlife including axis, whitetail, turkey, and white winged dove. In the evenings, kick your feet up with a glass of wine on the back patio of the 2,600 square foot , four bedroom ranch house and indulge in a Texas Hill Country sunset. This rare opportunity won't last long so schedule your private tour today!
373.20 acre game ranch in north western Kerr County is available for $1,460,216. The ranch is high fenced with 2 water wells, a good road system, and a cedar removal program in place. There is a nice 3Br 2Ba cabin that is 924 SF, a concrete and rock pavilion for entertaining or cookouts, and a 2,000 SF metal barn. Native grasses and many hardwoods are present to provide amble cover for the wildlife. There are Axis, aoudad, fallow, black buck, whitetail deer and hogs. The terrain is fairly rocky with gradual slopes and nice views. Ranch is 58 miles from Kerrville, 70 miles from Fredericksburg
Buy the Farm AND RANCH! Create the "Primo Paloma" hunting spot. A solar powered water well already exist. Just run lines along the fence to troughs and to a natural low spot known to hold water. Shred around it, fill it up and have a dove hunting extravaganza. There are power lines just across Jim Wells County Road 129. 370 acres with a good mix of 300 acres of farm around 70 acres of brush. Play with it today and let your grandkids develop it for a future subdivision later. Crop income average $18,000/year
Nice ranch located just off FM 462 near Moore, TX; Most of the land is cultivated in coastal and native grasses with approximately 45 (+/-) acres in brush; Property is ag-exempt; Fenced and cross-fenced; Entrance available by two county roadways; Seller presently grazing cattle; Older home on property needs work; Large barn, animal pens, and several additional outbuildings convey with sale;
GENEVA KELLER RIVER RANCH- Iconic and majestic parcel of land situated on over a mile of premium Llano River waterfront. FIRST TIME OFFERED FOR SALE. Property to be subdivided and marketed as 8 separate tracts ranging in size from 37 acres to 180 +/- acres. Towering rock cliffs overlooking the Llano River, panoramic hilltop views, wide, deep holes of aqua blue water and pristine Honey Creek frontage. More features than words can describe, this property offers something for everyone and a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a symbolic piece of Mason County hill country.
Located near the historical community of Art, Texas is this stunning heritage ranch. One mile of RR 1900 frontage, two entrances, easy to traverse property offers many features buyers are seeking. Rolling terrain, excellent cover of gorgeous live oak and post oaks, some mesquite, very good stand of grasses, some improved. SW corner is characterized by granite outcrops and gullies that feed into Twelve Mile Creek which runs from north to south across ranch. Two wells, one equipped and serves the small cabin and supplements the large dirt pond. Electricity runs through middle of the property.
SO much is offered with this beautiful ranch in Doss, where few large tracts ever change ownership. 12 miles to Fredericksburg. This high fenced 356 acre ranch includes: a stunning 4537 SF home with soaring ceilings, rock fireplaces in both the great room and formal dining room, 3 large bdrms, 3.5 baths, gourmet kitchen, huge windows. Sale also includes a second home (2900 SF) which would make a perfect mother-in-law quarters, overseers home, etc. Also has a B&B or hunters' cabin overlooking a 1 acre stocked pond, large barns, sheds, equipment, etc. See Doss Ranch Info Brochure!
Awesome views! This beautiful 355 ac ranch west of Mason boasts an 8' game-proof perimeter fence. Entrances on Hwy 29 and RR 1222 would make this an ideal property to subdivide or keep intact. Great water wells on the ranch (27 GPM house/barn) & (50+ GPM services 2 of 5 tanks located throughout the ranch). Gentle roll w/deep draws and elevation changes up to 2000'. Good roads, crushed granite entrances, tremendous home-site. Very little cedar. Barndominium w/all amenities of home. Custom shooting range, skinning rack & storage barn. Blackbuck, Axis, Whitetail, Turkey & Dove. MLD Level 3.
This is a very remote hunting ranch with an older mobile home , water well and shed, electricity in place with meter. This property boast of big deer and a spring in the draw that keep water year round.
A good little hunting/recreational ranch with great deer brush, huge trees, two tanks on San Francisco Creek, only 20 miles West of San Antonio near Castroville. Owner to convey all minerals! A rare find!
Spring Lake Ranch is a 347 +/- acre property that rests on one of the most sought-after areas in the Texas Hill Country. In the main valley, the creek has been dammed into a nice lake. A good road system maneuvers through three main valleys, climbing to multiple hilltops for great views. The ranch has frequent sightings of White-tail deer, Axis, turkey, hogs and other native animals. a rustic house and another building for guests are located at the headquarters with a fire pit, two wells, and a field.
Spring Lake Ranch is a 347 +/- acre property that rests on one of the most sought-after areas in the Texas Hill Country. In the main valley, the creek has been dammed into a nice lake with a park-like setting on the banks. Great for canoeing, swimming, fishing. A good road system maneuvers through three main valleys, climbing to multiple hilltops for great views. The ranch has frequent sightings of White-tail deer, Axis, turkey, hogs and other native animals. a rustic house and another building for guests are located at the headquarters with a fire pit, two wells, and a field.
Spring Lake Ranch is a 347 +/- acre property that rests on one of the most sought-after areas in the Texas Hill Country. In the main valley, the creek has been dammed into a nice lake. The edge of the lake is well manicured, providing a park-like setting, inviting the opportunity to spend the day shing, swimming or camping. A good road system maneuvers through three main valleys, climbing to multiple hilltops for great views. The ranch has frequent sightings of White-tail deer, Axis, turkey, hogs and other native animals. At the headquarters is a rustic yet comfortable house along with another building for additional guests. A fire pit and cooking area are in the vicinity. There is a 1+/- acre field below the headquarters that would make a good food plot.
If you are looking for a Hill Country Showplace, Coal Creek ranch is the only one you will need to see. Located in the Famous Willow City Loop area between Llano and Historic Fredericksburg, this ranch has something for everyone. The water alone is a show stopper, but when you add the romance of the topography, the assortment of wildlife for the avid hunter, and the horse lover with the scenic bottomlands, it is the complete package. This ranch is ready for your final touches! You will fall in love with Coal Creek Ranch!