3371 JAKES COLONY RD Seguin TX 78155-9606

3371 JAKES COLONY RD Seguin TX 78155-9606

Posted on: May 13th, 2021 by

A rare opportunity! Approximately 23.98 unrestricted acres with 3/2 well maintained Palm Harbor Manufactured home, open concept floor plan with wood burning fireplace, large master bedroom and bath, full length covered back porch, large laundry room, water softener, and washer/dryer. New roof in 2016, New microwave/cooktop and oven in 2020. Carpet is 3 years old. This property boasts a tornado shelter capable of holding 10 people in the carport area. Large 30 x 50 insulated workshop/garage with plumbing for bathroom. Two stall barn with feed room suitable for horses or other show animals. Well to water animals, lawn, etc. and home is on Springs Hill. Ag Exemption currently in place.

1905 Old Marble Falls Rd Round Mountain TX 78663

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The possibilities are endless on this 10+/- acre retreat! The main home is 2608 sq ft and offers 2 bedrooms 2 1/2 baths. The home offers very high end finishes and is ICF construction(very energy efficient). The main home offers nice yard fencing and very low maintenance landscaping. Also on the property is a fabulous barn that was originally built for a wedding venue. The barn offers a very nice overhead apartment(700 sq ft of living area) and commercial kitchen. The apartment offers 1 bedroom and bath plus a 1/2 bath downstairs. There is also a livestock barn/shed that is great for the kids show animals or whatever you choose. This property is unrestricted and offers great access with approx. 1100 ft. of paved road frontage on Old Marble Falls Rd. Great Water Well. Nice seasonal pond. This is a spectacular property located in one of the fastest growing areas in the USA.

TBD TRACT 3&4 Cr 212 Falls City TX 78113

Posted on: May 13th, 2021 by

24.97 acres located just South of Falls City on CR 212. Falls City ISD! Come build your dream home! Property is all cleared with some brush on the the Southern fence line. This property has road frontage on CR 212 and also on US Hwy 181. Lots of deer and turkey crossing this property.

CR 211 Alice TX 78332

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Located just four miles north of Alice with frontage on Highway 281, Highway 359, Farm to Market 2044, and County Roads 211 and 240. This farm has been very productive for many years and has been under the same ownership for several generations. Good road frontage on two highways and several county roads, makes the farm easily accessible. The farm has a shape that is very usable and allows for planting many different dryland crops. Soils on the property are ideal for corn, cotton, grain, sorghum, maize and other crops. The farm would make a great dove hunting operation.

1249 Thompson Dr Kerrville TX 78028

Posted on: May 12th, 2021 by

This 145.9 acre Gentleman’s Ranch is part of the last large acreage ranch, residential and/or commercial property located adjacent to the Kerrville city limits near downtown and overlooking the beautiful Guadalupe River Valley. Property includes a spring fed pond and other watering holes. This property consists of 145.9 acres (~9+ ac commercial) with lower-lying residential building spots with views and a high point with beautiful breathtaking hill country views and building sites overlooking Kerrville. The property is bordered by a 130 ac preservation land association property. A regional hospital and doctor offices (3 min away), grocery (5 min), and big box stores are 10 mins or less away. As a development the property is ready to be annexed by the City of Kerrville. City water and sewer is available. An adjoining 132.5 acre with a home is available also. Whether you’re looking for a great investment opportunity, a gentleman’s ranch, horse property, or a commercial and residential compound or development, this property presents a possible combination of all of these! Ag Exempt.

Arbuckle Road Elgin TX 78621

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The 134.895 acres is located in the Standifer Survey, where William Bailey Standifer fought at the historic Battle of San Jacinto in 1836. This was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution that was led by General Samuel Houston, and resulted in the defeat of General Santa Anna and his Mexican Army. Roger Arbuckle and Ronda Kirk are 8th generation Texans who are direct descendants of William Bailey Standifer who came to Texas in 1828 as a part of Stephen F Austin’s Little Colony. Many special times have been enjoyed on this property by the family raising and working cattle, harvesting pecans from the 200 plus pecans trees along the banks of Little Sandy Creek. The pasture land is native Bermuda and Tifton 85. In 1997, 58 acres were root plowed, cleared of mesquites, and Tifton 85 was sprigged. This enabled the Arbuckles to run 1 cow and calf per 2 acres. Roger and his wife Kathy raised their 3 sons on the property for 10 years. They were able to teach their sons the values of hard work and stewardship of the land.

Tarpley TX 78003

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In the same family since the 1860s, the historic Cottonwood Springs Ranch is situated in its own series of valleys, canyons and protective mountains in Bandera County, Texas, between Tarpley and Utopia. This ranch offers privacy, numerous springs, productive valleys with juniper management in place, seven canyons, excellent wildlife habitat, exceptional topography, forever views, and a modest road system. It is waiting for its next steward to make it their own. Location: The ranch entrance is off Rio Hondo Loop E Road, about 4.5 driving miles north of FM 470. The ranch is 10.3 driving miles from Tarpley, 17.5 driving miles from Utopia and Bandera is less than 25 miles from Bandera. The property is only 76 driving miles (1.5 hour drive time!) from the San Antonio International Airport. Water: The namesake Cottonwood Springs are centrally located on the southern portion of the ranch with a sizable waterhole and the remains of a historic cottonwood tree that benefitted from the springs for many years. There are several seeps/springs at the headwaters of the Williams Creek watershed that is located on the western part of the ranch. Other seeps/springs are located elsewhere on the ranch depending on conditions. The current owners have also put into service a small rainwater catchment (aka guzzler), as well, to provide another source of water for wildlife. Topography, Rangeland and Habitat: This scenic Hill Country ranch has over 400′ of topographical relief with a high point some 2,120 feet above sea level. The valley areas are fertile bottomland with majestic trees and deep-rooted grasses bounded by meandering protective ridge tops to the north along with the seven main canyons. This diversity along with the riparian areas along the creek drainages offer extraordinarily productive habitat. Typical of this part of the Hill Country, the habitat includes oak juniper woodlands with fantastic tree diversity including live oak, Spanish oak, shin oak, blue oak, Texas Madrone, cherry, redbud, Texas and Mexican buckeyes, walnut and Ashe juniper. Additionally, diverse brush species, succulents and grasses also provide excellent habitat for wildlife. Juniper management has been in place on the ranch for years in the valleys, lower hillsides and on some ridge tops; enhancing range conditions, habitat, spring flows and usability. Agriculture: The ranch has historically grazed domestic livestock and exotic livestock but is currently resting its pastures as part of its overall conservation management plan. Wildlife and Hunting: The ranch is high fenced on the perimeter. The ranch is home to populations of white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, feral hogs and other wildlife. In addition, this area of Texas is a known destination for birdwatchers with 76 species having been identified on or over the property. Other: The ranch is appraised for ad valorem taxes under 1D1-Ag/ Wildlife Management valuation on its open space. Seller’s owned minerals, if any, will convey.

1543 CR 428 Stockdale TX 78160

Posted on: May 12th, 2021 by

The Mo Jo Ranch brings a full suite of desirable ranch attributes, including hunting and productive cattle pastures. The ranch is high-fenced and cross high-fenced. There are cross-fenced pastures, improved ranch roads, underground water piping, outbuildings, and a nice front entrance. The 4,140 +/- sf main home is situated at the edge of a wooded area and has a great view across the ranch. Nearby is a hunting lodge and near the front entrance is a foremans home and equipment barns. Surface water is abundant, with five ponds ranging from .25-1.75+/- acres when full and several other smaller ponds throughout the ranch. A branch of Alum Creek, a major area drainage, bisects the ranch and holds water in wet years. These water features are spread across the ranch and attract waterfowl, provide water for the game and livestock, and several are stocked with fish.

TBD Mustang Pass Bandera TX 78003

Posted on: May 12th, 2021 by

Rare opportunity to own a 16 acre tract of land in the Hills of Bandera gated community set up with a Water Well, electric and to top it off it shares a border with the Hill Country State Natural Area preserves 5,369 acres of rugged, relatively pristine Hill Country terrain in Bandera County, Texas. Horses, Hunting, & Hillside views! Call for more info and to schedule a showing today!

1249 Thompson Dr Kerrville TX 78028

Posted on: May 12th, 2021 by

This is the last large acreage gentleman’s ranch, residential and commercial development located adjacent to the Kerrville city limits near downtown and overlooking the beautiful Guadalupe River Valley. Located on Thompson Dr with a daily traffic count of 10,392 and ~3,000 ft of road frontage this is a prime commercial development property. The entire property consists of 384 acres (~25 ac commercial) with lower-lying residential building spots with views and several high ridges with beautiful hill country views and other building sites overlooking Kerrville. Several spring feed ponds are located throughout. The property is bordered by several developments and a 130 ac preservation land association property. A regional hospital and doctor offices (3 min) are very close, grocery (5 min), and big box stores are 10 mins or less away. The property is accessed off of Thompson Dr with a second entrance off of Sheppard Rees Rd. City water and city sewer (2 taps) are available along Thompson Dr. Out of flood plain! Whether you’re looking for a great investment opportunity, a city ranch, or a commercial and residential development, this property presents a possible combination of all of these! Ag Exempt.