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Tyler Jacobs
Tyler Jacobs
Hall and Hall
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Highlighted Properties of Tyler Jacobs with Hall and Hall in College Station, TX

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$2,805,000 1,581.01 acres
Groesbeck, Texas 76642 - Limestone County

Pokey Camp Ranch

Pokey Camp Ranch consists of approximately 1,581 acres of rolling, wooded ranchland nestled between Thornton and Old Union, west of Lake Limestone. Roughly 40 miles east of Waco, 50 miles north of Bryan, and less than 100 miles south of DFW, Pokey Camp is situated in the heart of the Brazos Valley ranchlands. Duck hunt in the morning, feed your cows a few cubes at lunch, then go to the deer stand in the evening. Great roads, miles and miles of trails and ROWs, fenced and cross-fenced. Abundant lakes and ponds, duck, deer and hog hunting. Fully functional cabin with electricity, hot water and a fireplace. Wander your way to nearly 20 seasonal and permanent bodies of water including an 11 acre lake and shallow duck habitat and youll find that
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$6,500,000 1,077 acres
San Saba, Texas 76877 - San Saba County

Canones

San Saba, San Saba County, Texas Caones is a legacy ranch situated along the southerly banks of nearly 4.5 miles of the upper Colorado River and its long navigable pools. Consisting of nearly 1,080 acres, the ranch offers outstanding canyon formations, rich regional history, pristine views, and productive habitat for fisheries, wildlife and livestock. Several 100-150 foot high, nearly sheer canyon faces on the river give vantage points of the areas river valley and the ranchs diversity. The roads along the river and canyon cliffs are exhilarating, having a birds-eye view of both the aquatic and terrestrial wildlife. Caones is in its fourth year of the Texas MLDP Level 3 whitetail program, allowing the owner flexibility in harvesting as well
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$6,950,000 943.14 acres
Paige, Texas 78659 - Lee County

Yiotta Ranch

The Yiotta Ranch (short for Why I Ought To) is the perfect combination of wildlife, improvements, and Southern Texas charm, and is sure to find favor in almost anyones eyes. Located just over one hour from Austin, TX, this 943 acre high-fenced game ranch offers an opportunity for both investment and recreation. The ranch is beautifully situated, with meadows strategically placed among the trees, and an extensive road system to provide access to all areas of the ranch. The ranch also features some of the Lost Pines that are primarily found in the Bastrop and Lee county areas of Texas. There are two significant lakes on the property, with the lake near the main house offering the opportunity to relax on the porch and watch for wildlife, and t
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