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5 acres Lone Oak, TX Auction - Aug 27, 2014 at 1:00 PM

5 acres Lone Oak, TX

Hunt County Bill Hall Bill Hall Auctioneer, Inc.

25 days until auction

Type: Acreage

ABSOLUTE REAL ESTATE LAND AUCTION WED. AUGUST 27, 2014 F.M. 1571 LONEOAK, TX. BUYER REGISTRATION AT 1 PM REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 2 PM BY ORDER OF THE FEDERAL BANKRUPTCY COURT SELLING A +/- 5.00 ACRE PROPERTY (LEGAL A0945 SMITH AMOS, TRACT L14-2) WITH TREES & NATIVE PASTURE. & +/-117 FRONTAGE ON FM 1571. +/- 1617 x 1500 x 352.THERE ARE NO MINERAL RIGHTSHUNT CO.LONEOAK SCHOOL DISTRICT CASH WATER CO. LINE IN FRONT OF PROPERTY 2013 TAXES $932.68NON AG.TAX ROLL VALUE-$34,650.00. THIS WOULD MAKE AN EXCELLENT INVESTOR PROPERTY OR GREAT HOME SITE. TERMS & CONDITIONS: EVERYTHING SELLS AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH NO WARRANTIES WRITTEN OR IMPLIED TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER WITH NO MINIMUMS OR RESERVES. THE COURT WILL PROVIDE PAPERWORK FOR A CLEAR TITLE. TO BID ON REAL ESTATE: BIDDERS MUST PRESENT A $3,000.00, CASH OR CASHIERS CHECK, MADE PAYABLE TO THEMSELVES & EITHER A BANK LOAN APPROVAL LETTER OR A BANK LETTER OF GUARANTY (see web site for example) BEFORE THE AUCTION. THIS WILL BE A NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF DOWN PAYMENT FOR THE SUCCESSFUL BUYER. ALL NON-SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS WILL BE RETURNED ALL DEPOSITS. ANY REALTORS PARTICIPATION WILL BE AT THE BUYERS EXPENSE. BUYER WILL PAY ALL CUSTOMARY CLOSING COSTS & ALL 2014 TAXES. ** ALSO- BUYER WILL PAY A 10% BUYERS PREMIUM SALEDAY. CLOSING WILL BE WITH-IN 45 DAYS OF SALE. PROPERTY INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - CALL THE REAL ESTATE AGENT ROBERTA SCROGGINS / CENTURY 21 FIRST GROUP-CELL-830.460.1023 OFF.-903.455.5852- A PROFESSIONALLY MANAGED AUCTION BY: BILL HALL AUCTIONEER, INC. SALADO, TX. LIC. & BONDED SINCE 1981 TXS 6949

77 acres Burton, TX Auction - Sep 13, 2014 at 2:00 PM

77 acres Burton, TX

Washington County Jeff Keaghey Keaghey - Mayer Real Estate

42 days until auction

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2370 SqFt

THIS PROPERTY WILL BE OFFERED OFFSITE AT 5452 N. HIGHWAY 77 LINCOLN TEXAS AT THE MAYER AUCTION FACILITY BETWEEN 2-3 P.M. SEPT 13, 2014. N: ADDRESS OF BROKEN BUTT RANCH IS DIFFERENT AS MAPPED. WE ARE SELLING FOR THE ESTATE. PROPERTY CONTAINS HOUSE, BARN, EQUIPMENT SHED AND PENS. TERRAIN IS GENTLY ROLLING WITH A CREEK TRAVERSING THE PROPERTY AND BOUNDRY. DIFFERENT VARIETY OF TREES DOT THE LANDSCAPE. PROPERTY IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO CALL HOME, RAISE A FAMILY OR FOR RECREATION PURPOSES/ PER OWNER 4 DONKEYS GO WITH THE PROPERTY! (IF YOU WANT THEM) THERE IS A AREA SUBJECT TO THE 100 YEAR FLOOD PLAIN DUE TO THE CREEK AND BOUNDARY CREEK. THE PROPERTY SUPPORTS SEVERAL NICE PONDS AND GOOD GRASSES. REAL ESTATE WILL BE OFFERED SUBJECT TO OWNER/ ESTATE CONFIRMATION. PROPERTY CONSISTS OF APPX. 77.260 ACRES OF ROLLING AND CREEK LAND w/ RANCH HOME BARN AND OUT BUILDINGS IN WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS SITUATED AT 5503 BREDTHAUER ROAD. PROPERTY IS ONE OF SEVERAL SITUATED AT THE END OF THIS ROAD. PROPERTY HAS SOME LAND SITUATED IN THE 100 YEAR FLOOD PLAIN DUE TO CREEK. HOUSE WAS STARTED IN 1945 PER WCAD WITH VARIOUS ADDITIONS DURING THE FOLLOWING YEARS. TOTAL UNDER ROOF INCLUDING PORCHES IS APPX. 2370 WHICH INCLUDES A LARGE PORCH UPSTAIRS COULD BE CONVERTED TO LIVING SPACE AS WELL BUT HAS NO HVAC AT THIS TIME. HOUSE DOES HAVE HVAC DOWNSTAIRS. IN ADDITION A DIRT FLOOR EQUIPMENT SHED OF APPX 1461 SF AND A ROOF AREA OF APPX 564 SF WERE BUILT IN AROUND 2011 PER WCAD. OTHER BUILDINGS INCLUDE A BARN W/ LOFT AREA AND SEVERAL SMALLER SHEDS. THIS IS AN ALL CASH SALE w/ 10% EARNEST MONEY REQUIRED AT FALL OF HAMMER WITH CLOSING IN 30 DAYS AT BOTTS TITLE IN BRENHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS - FOR MORE DETAILS, A COPY OF THE TITLE COMMITMENT OR TO SCHEDULE A SHOWING, PLEASE CALL 979-716-3148. THERE WILL BE A 1% BUYER PREMIUM ADDED TO THIS SALE FOR INTERNET BUYERS/ NO BUYER PREMIUM FOR ONSITE BUYERS. NO MINERAL OR ROYALTY RIGHTS WILL CONVEY UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. BUYERS WILL WAIVE ALL SURFACE RIGHTS BUYERS OWN. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO PREQUALIFY ANY AND ALL BIDDERS ON THIS LOT. BID DEPOSITS MAY BE REQUIRED- YOU WILL BE CONTACTED VIA PROXIBID IF DEPOSITS ARE DEEMED APPROPRIATE. ANY AND ALL INSPECTIONS DESIRED BY BUYER ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBLITY OF BUYER TO SET UP TIMES AND PROCURE SAID INSPECTIONS AT BUYER EXPENSE. BY BIDDING ON THIS LOT BUYER WARRENTS THAT HE/SHE/ THEY ARE SATISIFIED WITH ANY AND ALL PROPERTY CONDITIONS THAT MAY AFFECT THIS PROPERTY. NOTICE: FARM HOUSE IS OLD AND MAY CONTAIN ASBESTOS AND OR LEAD BASED PAINT. SHOWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT! THIS IS A LARGE TICKET ITEM AND AN ALL CASH TRANSACTION NOT SUBJECT TO BUYER RECEIVING A LOAN. IF GETTING A LOAN, MAKE SURE YOUR FINANCING IS IN PLACE PRIOR TO BIDDING. ANY BUYER BIDDINGAND NOT CLOSING AS REQUIRED PER CONTRACT WILL LOOSE THEIR EARNEST MONEY SO DO NOT BID UNLESS YOU ARE SURE YOU CAN COMPLETE THIS TRANSACTION. SELLER WILL FURNISH EXISTING FIELD NOTES AND TITLE POLICY, DEED AND PAY FOR SELLERS NORMAL CLOSING COSTS AS CITED IN CONTRACT. REAL ESTATE WILL BE OFFERED OFFSITE AT THE MAYER AUCTION FACILITY 5452 N. HWY 77, LINCOLN, TEXAS 78948 VIA PICTURE / SLIDE PRESENTATION BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 2 AND 3 P.M. DAY OF AUCTION. LIVE AND ONLINE BIDDING ARE WELCOME. ALL PERTINENT DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST. RUDY A. MAYER, AUCTIONEER TXS12271 PHONE 979-716-3148

29,000 acres Mountain Home, TX $75,000,000

29,000 acres Mountain Home, TX

Kerr County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage

The Legendary Y.O. RANCH 29,000 Acres, Kerr County, Mountain Home, TX. When you think of historic ranches of Texas, the Y.O. Ranch has to be near the top. Established in 1880 by Captain Charles A. Schreiner, this ranch has been owned and operated by 6 generations of the Schreiner descendants. The ranch was passed down to a University of Texas football player, a resourceful widow, and a man who bloomed where he was planted. This ranch survived the armistice post World War I, the Great Depression and the 1950s drought. Captain Charles A. Schreiner, merchant, banker, philanthropist, and pioneer rancher, joined the Texas Rangers in 1854 and served with distinction until 1857, when he entered the cattle business in Kerr County. The Y.O. Ranch, purchased in 1880, became headquarters for the Schreiner Cattle Company, and the Live Oak Ranch, now forming portions of the Y.O., was headquarters for its sheep operations. Throughout 5 generations, the ranch is notable for many firsts, including leasing land for hunting to provide income, establishing a registry for Texas Longhorns that brought the legendary breed back from the brink of extinction, and for introducing exotic hoof stock that earned the ranch a reputation world-wide as Americas Original Game Ranch. With an established infrastructure, it is a notable destination for native and exotic hunting, Longhorn cattle and animal auctions, ranch tours, social and corporate events, and superb recreation and relaxation. Native wildlife includes whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, quail and wild boar. Exotic wildlife includes Scimitar Horned Oryx, Blesbok antelope, Black Wildebeest, Beisa Oryx, Eland, Red Sheep, Persian Ibex, Pere David Deer, Barasingha Deer, Blackbuck antelope, Axis deer, Sika deer, Fallow deer, Aoudad sheep, and Corsican Ram among others. An innovative animal conservation program has assured strength of these herds and made the legendary Y.O. Ranch a world leader in exotic game preservation. WATER: There are 30 water wells on the ranch, with the majority in the Edwards Lime and the remainder in the Trinity Aquifer. Edwards Lime is found at 300 feet and Trinity at 700 feet. Johnson Fork Creek, a seasonal Creek, holds pools of water in wet times and traverses through the northwest part of the ranch near Headquarters. Besides the abundance of subsurface water, there are a few tanks on the ranch. Water from the ranch drains north into the Llano River. There is one known sink hole in the Middle Pasture that drains south and recharges springs at the headquarters of the Guadalupe River. IMPROVEMENTS:The entire Y.O. Ranch perimeter is high fenced with 75% of it being recent fencing. There is high/low fencing for 42 pastures/traps. There are 10 miles of paved entrance road with paved roads leading to each residence. HEADQUARTERS: There are 4 original historic buildings 7 miles from the gate on Hwy. 41. These buildings are enhanced by original log and frame structures that were brought to the ranch from the area and comprise the guest lodging. Main Lodge: This showplace has a 40 foot ceiling and thick walls of native stone with faded red planking of a Hill Country barn. There is a massive stone fireplace, turn of the century wood bar with mirrored back, and chandeliers fabricated from wagon wheels. A spiral staircase leads to a loft. Chuckwagon: 140 x 138. Includes restaurant, banquet room with fireplace, offices, 3 half-baths. Auction Barn with Holding pens: 200x100 includes 80x250 arena plus 10 stalls/pens on east side. Additional pens behind barn. Newer large pens behind barn built for horse breeding facilities. McMinns Home. Old Cabins: Crockett. Sam Houston 100+ yr.old school house from Comfort. Boone 1850s stagecoach stop. Wells Fargo 1st post office from Boerne. FIVE RESIDENCES: #1 6,000 s.f. 3 Br/3.5 baths. #2 5,000 s.f. 4 Br/4.5 baths. #3 4,000 s.f. 3 Br/2 baths. #4 3,500 s.f. 4 Br/3 baths. #5 3,300 sf. 4 Br/3 baths. Other Improvements: Stables, staff homes, waterfall pool with spa, cabana and bath house, RV campsite, and youth 'Adventure Camp'. Y.O. Ranch airport (XS22) has a 2136 elevation and a 2110 runway. VEGETATION: Native Live Oak and Post Oak trees, cedar, mesquite. The highest elevation is Gobblers Knob at 2218 feet, with views across 4 counties. SCHOOLS: Kerrville I.S.D MINERALS: Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural/wildlife exemption. EXCLUSIONS: All livestock and 'super-exotics'. See Broker for details. 34 PAGE BROCHURE AVAILABLE - SEE 'VIRTUAL TOUR' for this large pdf file. There is also a slide show on YouTube. Shown by Appointment Please. All Inquiries: ROBERT DULLNIG, Broker Associate (210) 213.9700

17,132.04 acres Uvalde, TX $58,500,000

17,132.04 acres Uvalde, TX

Kinney County Howard W. Hood Hood Real Estate Inc

Type: Acreage

The 4 Aces Ranch, the largest, contiguous live-water ranch currently on the market in the Texas Hill Country, is home to magnificent scenery and a fully operational wildlife preserve. The one-of-a-kind ranch spans the borders of both Uvalde and Kinney counties, encompassing 17,132.04 acres. Miles of paved and improved roads provide accessibility throughout this sprawling ranch. The landscape showcases the Hill Countrys topography including low rolling hills and deep canyons. Salmon Peak and Boiling Mountain, the two highest peaks in the area, are located on the property, providing challenging hiking. Live oaks and juniper ensure the view is evergreen. In the process of strategically removing cedar, ranch staffers have uncovered cultural treasures ranging from dinosaur tracks to Native American cave art. In arid southwest Texas, nothing is more desirable than live water. Live Oak Creek and Sycamore Creek course through the ranch for miles, their rushing currents are sustained by more than 30 springs. Working with a wildlife biologist, the current owners have transformed this ranch into a wildlife preserve with an international flair. The 4 Aces is home to: axis, scimitar-horned oryx, red sheep and red stag, eland, zebras, black buck, Catalina goats, aoudad, gemsbok, fallow deer, Corsican sheep, elk, as well as native species such as wild turkey and white-tailed deer. The ranch is surrounded by almost 50 miles of game-proof fencing protecting its high-quality habitat and keeping the myriad of wildlife species inside. At the end of a long day, even the most intrepid adventurers want to relax in elegant comfort. The main residence is a beautiful five-bedroom, four-bathroom native limestone ranch house that overlooks several of Live Oak Creeks natural waterfalls. The home boasts two master suites as well as a fully updated kitchen. The huge covered patio with its large open-air fireplace, expansive fire pit and a completely covered outdoor bar, is the perfect spot for enjoying the company of family and friends. A three-bedroom cabin offers additional, private lodging for guests. The 4 Aces Ranch is the ideal world-class commercial hunting operation and or corporate retreat. View the ranch website at oxhuntingranch. com or by going to the Virtual Tour link at the top of the page.

103 acres Frisco, TX $44,866,800

103 acres Frisco, TX

Collin County Steve Burris Capstone Commercial

Type: Commercial

Total Land Size: 103 Acres Pad Sites Available Future Throne Hall Dr. Borders Southern Portion of Site Zoning: Mixed Use PD-181 (C-1 & O-2) North of Frisco Market Center (88 Acre PD Includes Retail, Restaurant, Multi-family, Marriot Hotel & Main Event) Across from Pizza Hut Park Traffic Count: - Main Street & Legacy: 59,233 VPD - Main & Tollway: 68,040 VPD - Tollway & Main: 68,058 VPD

9,269 acres El Campo, TX $39,887,240

9,269 acres El Campo, TX

Wharton County Reata Realty and Management Co. Reata Realty and Management Co.

Type: Acreage

Gary Radley, Reata Realty and Bill Wheless, Wheless Properties are proud to announce that we are offering for sale one of the most unique ranches in Texas. This ranch offers world class duck hunting, an excellent, intensively managed deer herd with 200 class genetics, superior goose hunting, income producing farmland and private water. In addition, there are dove, quail, hogs, and bobcats on this property. This ranch is comprised of over 9,000 acres of timber and open farmland. The setting is beautiful with 4.5 miles of frontage on the Colorado River and a live creek. Over 7,300 acres aree game fenced and there are well stocked, well managed bass lakes located on the ranch as well. A fabulous custom built six bedroom lodge is located on a high bank overlooking the Colorado River. The ranch has exceptional deer hunting and its own deer breeding facility that includes some 800 animals with superior genetics. The deer breeding operation allows the owner to consistently inject new genetics onto the ranch, therefore constantly improving the quality of the deer herd. There are in excess of 60 duck ponds and over 100 blinds which are strategically located throughout the ranch, all equipped with blinds. Most of the ponds are capable of receiving water from the 8 irrigation wells and underground water distribution system which runs throughout the ranch. The waterfowl hunting is literally second to none. The ranch is very accessible, with the location being 1 hour 15 minutes from Houston and 30 minutes from an airport capable of handling private aircraft of all sizes. ***The following tracts are available for purchase separately or all together: 383.72 (+/-) acres - Matagorda County (Property Id# 262348) 1359.67 (+/-) acres - Wharton County (Property Id# 1514659) 7325 (+/-) acres - Wharton County (Property Id# 1512542) Upon the execution of a Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement, serious and qualified prospective buyers will be supplied with a full package of detailed property information. Contact: Gary Radley, Reata Realty and Management at (979)543-1442 or Bill Wheless, Wheless Properties at (713)526-4411.

9,269 acres El Campo, TX $39,887,240

9,269 acres El Campo, TX

Wharton County William Wheless III Wheless Properties

Type: Acreage

Bill Wheless, Wheless Properties and Gary Radley, Reata Realty and Management Company, are proud to announce that we are offering for sale one of the most unique ranches in Texas. This ranch offers world class duck hunting, an excellent, intensively managed deer herd with 200 class genetics, superior goose hunting, income producing farmland and private water. In addition, there are dove, quail, hogs, and bobcats on this property. This ranch is comprised of over 9,000 acres of timber and open farmland. The setting is beautiful with 4.5 miles of frontage on the Colorado River and a live creek. Over 7,300 acres aree game fenced and there are well stocked, well managed bass lakes located on the ranch as well. A fabulous custom built six bedroom lodge is located on a high bank overlooking the Colorado River. The ranch has exceptional deer hunting and its own deer breeding facility that includes some 800 animals with superior genetics. The deer breeding operation allows the owner to consistently inject new genetics onto the ranch, therefore constantly improving the quality of the deer herd. There are in excess of 60 duck ponds and over 100 blinds which are strategically located throughout the ranch, all equipped with blinds. Most of the ponds are capable of receiving water from the 8 irrigation wells and underground water distribution system which runs throughout the ranch. The waterfowl hunting is literally second to none. The ranch is very accessible, with the location being 1 hour 15 minutes from Houston and 30 minutes from an airport capable of handling private aircraft of all sizes. Upon the execution of a Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement, serious and qualified prospective buyers will be supplied with a full package of detailed property information. Contact: Bill Wheless, Wheless Properties, at 713-526-4411 or Gary Radley, Reata Realty & Management Company, at 979-543-1442.

1,474.86 acres Austin, TX $33,184,350

1,474.86 acres Austin, TX

Travis County Land Advisors - Austin Land Advisors Organization

Type: Acreage

Peacock Ranch is roughly 1,475 acres of beautiful Hill Country. The property features incredible vistas, rolling hills, a gentle spring fed creek and beautiful live oak trees. The geographic region offers tremendous access to nature parks and preserves. There are over 10,000 acres within 5 miles of the property that have been preserved. The Hill Country Galleria, Austins newest regional mall, is 15 minutes from the site. The owners of the property have a reservation for 1,500 LUEs of untreated water out of Lake Travis with the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA). One will have to negotiate with the LCRA to have waterlines extended to serve the property.

4,416.59 acres Palo Pinto, TX $33,124,388

4,416.59 acres Palo Pinto, TX

Palo Pinto County Mac A. Coalson COALSON REAL ESTATE

Type: Acreage

4,416.58 ACRES on the BRAZOS RIVER Fortune Bend, Palo Pinto, Texas LOCATION:Approximately 1.5 hours west of Fort Worth and minutes north of Palo Pinto. TERRAIN:Native rolling land with pecan, live oak, mesquite, and cedar. Beautiful majestic views and high sandstone river bluffs. IMPROVEMENTS:A beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath lodge. 4,346 gross sq. ft. with 2,376 sq. ft. of living area. Exterior - Douglass Fir beams, ruff sawed plywood, AP panel roof, Living room with vaulted ceilings of 9-13 feet. All cabinets are of old lumber, counter tops are sheet metal, old lumber and plaster walls, and slate floors. Master bath with sauna. 2 kitchens. Screened in and treated porches. Carport. Built in August of 2005. The lodge overlooks the Brazos river and huge sandstone bluffs. A small horse shed for horses. WATER:The property lays in the tear drop of Fortune Bend with approximately 45,000 feet or 8.5 miles of Brazos River frontage. Ioni creek enters the Brazos river at the most southern tip of Fortune Bend where for years it has deposited large amounts of stone and gravel. This has resulted in a large natural stone and gravel dam that holds the water back which is deep and wide for miles. One water well. MINERALS:All the minerals owned will be conveyed and believed to be approximately 1,305 net mineral acres or 29.58%. COMMENTS:A unique property, very private, and prime hunting. PRICE:$ 7,500.00 per acre. ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE. SELLER CAN RECEIVE AND ACCEPT BACKUP CONTRACTS.

2,700 acres Edna, TX $33,000,000

2,700 acres Edna, TX

Jackson County Harold Haynes Haynes Realty Company

Type: Acreage

Swan Lake is approximately 2700 acres located between Lake Texana and Lavaca Bay on the Texas Coast with frontage on the Lavaca River and Swan Lake. This unique property has diversified land characteristics with highland topography, hardwood trees and coastal wetlands and major river and lake frontage. Dating back to 1866, the original Swan Lake Property was comprised of approximately 25,000 acres and the 2700 acres which currently comprise the Swan Lake Preserve property is the largest in tact tract of the original 25,000 acres which is still owned by the original family members and this portion of the original property has never been offered for sale.

6,000 acres Bay City, TX $30,000,000

6,000 acres Bay City, TX

Matagorda County Bob Peltier Bob Peltier & Associates

Type: Acreage

Working Texas Ranch for Sale! Matagorda County's most beautiful ranch. Approximately one hour southwest of Houston, Texas. A perfect 10. Approximately four miles of state highway frontage and two miles of county road frontage. Rich caney creek and pledger soils. Native pecan orchards and mature live oaks. Open grassy savannahs and thousands of acres of mature oak and pecan lots. 3,000-4,000 acres of healthy improved grasses and hay fields. Abundant, healthy wildlife numbers (approximately 750 whitetail deer), nearby US Fish and Wildlife preserve. Two cedar homes, numerous barns and cattle working facilities. Seller may consider selling part. Current hunting and cattle lease income. $5,000 per acre. 6000+- acre income producing ranch just off the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, in Bay City, Texas. Call for additional information.

6,000 acres Bay City, TX $30,000,000

6,000 acres Bay City, TX

Matagorda County Minor Taylor PROPERTY CONNECTIONS REAL ESTATE

Type: Acreage w/House

The K-Bar Ranch at 5975+/- acres is one of the largest and finest working ranches to become available in this part of Texas for some time. Steeped in Texas history, the K-Bar was once part of the over half million acre ranch held by A. H. Shanghai Pierce. As part of the Pierce Ranch, which was established in the early 1800s, it played a major roll in the establishment of the Brahman breed of cattle in not only Texas but the U.S. Shanghai Pierce, one of the most colorful cattlemen in early Texas history, imported Brahman breading stock from India and the rest is history. The ranch is located in Matagorda County and only 50 miles southwest of Houston and 20 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. It has 2.5 miles of highway frontage on FM 1728 and only 10 miles from Bay City and approximately 15 miles from Wharton and Highway 59. There will soon be a 4 lane highway from Houston to within 5 miles of the ranch which will make the Houston drive less than 45 minutes With close to 50 inches of rainfall per year it is in one of the best grass producing areas in the southwest United States. The ranch soils are some of the best in Texas and capable of producing up to 8000 lbs per acre of forage per year. Matagorda County is the leading cow/calf county in Texas producing more pounds of beef per acre than any other county in Texas. The ranch has over 23 improved pastures, which consists of Kentucky 31 Fescue, Bahia, Dallis grass, Bermuda grass and Dutch White Clover. There are 17 water wells with electric pumps & motors which are able to provide water to each pasture. There is also the Lynnville Creek running through the ranch, a 6 acre spring fed lake, 1800 acres of woods and the pastures have scattered live oak and pecan trees. An approximate 138 acre Gordo Bluestem hay meadow produces 2,000 round bales of hay per year and an approximate 200 acre native pecan orchard provide additional income potential. There is an 8550 sq. ft. show barn with pens and a 5,000 sq. ft loading shed with additional holding pens. There are also two, 2,400 sq. ft barns which house a workshop, equipment storage and horse stalls with tack room. There are two covered working/loading chutes with a laboratory and holding pens. The ranch is responsible for numerous awards over the past decades. The Ranch has a Texas Parks & Wildlife Managed Lands Deer Permit which is overseen by a wildlife biologist and to date has approximately a 1500 head deer herd at 2 to 1 ratio. There are annual commercial deer leases which again provide additional income. There is a 3 bedroom/2 bath main house with a 5 car detached garage, an office and a 3 bedrooom/1 bath foremans residence. Not withstanding this remarkable ranch, it also has future development potential as it is in one of the fastest growing areas in Texas. Truly, a beautiful ranch and ranches of this size rarely become available.

7,325 acres El Campo, TX $29,750,000

7,325 acres El Campo, TX

Wharton County Reata Realty and Management Co. Reata Realty and Management Co.

Type: Acreage

CONTRACT PENDING!! This ranch is 7,325 contiguous, game fenced acres. The property is part of a 9,269 +/- acre tract (property id# 1133554). It can be purchased separately or all together. It is difficult to explain all this ranch has to offer to the wildlife enthusiast and investor. Blue Creek Ranch is a highly improved combination deer, waterfowl, farming, and ranching property, within easy access from Houston and U.S. highway 59. The current owner has spared no expense in creating what is the most unique, diverse, and beautiful ranch in this part of Texas. To our knowledge, there exists no other ranch that offers world class whitetail deer and waterfowl hunting, dove, quail, trophy bass fishing, and hog hunting all in one location. In addition there are income producing capabilities from agriculture and ranching. The entire eastern boundary of the ranch, has approximately 4.5 miles of frontage on the Colorado River. In addition, there is a large and flowing creek which traverses thru the ranch for about 2 miles and this creek runs water year around. Approximately 3,800 acres is heavily wooded with live oak, pecan, and various other trees and brush. There are 3,142.9 acres of crop land. Approximately 285 acres of this crop land has been designated for wildlife, allowing native brush to grow along with the planting of high protein food plots. The ranch is easily traveled and maintained due to the extensive road system, much of which is gravel. Ranches of this quality, size, and agricultural production capability, rarely if ever become available to the market place. The addition of world class waterfowl and phenomenal deer hunting on the same magnificent ranch, make it a truly remarkable entity.

4,543 acres Utopia, TX $29,000,000

4,543 acres Utopia, TX

Uvalde County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: River House 3 Beds | 3 Baths

4543 Acres Sabino Grande Ranch State Hwy. 187, Uvalde County, Utopia, TX 78884 A rare opportunity to acquire a large Hill Country ranch with miles of both sides of the beautiful Sabinal River. This exceptional ranch is being offered for the first time in over 80 years. Located just south of Utopia, Tx. in Uvalde County, the ranch has 2.5 miles of road frontage on Hwy. 187. The Sabinal River traverses the ranch entering on the north boundary, and exits on the southern fence line of the property. There are very few ranches, if any, that offer the extensive river access available on the Sabino Grande Ranch, with 4.5 miles of both sides of the Sabinal River, giving a total of 9 miles of river frontage. The crystal clear waters and limestone bottom of the river is shaded by huge, century-plus old cypress trees which line both sides of the extensive river frontage. Flowing springs and deep water holes lie below towering limestone bluffs combine to make this ranch a truly exceptional water property. Terrain: The terrain varies from fairly level fields to the west of the river to rolling and hilly terrain on the eastern portion of the ranch. The open fields have both native and improved grasses, suitable for grazing , cultivation or hay production. This field area is fenced and crossfenced with game proof fence. The eastern portion of the ranch combines rolling hills along the east side of the river rising to hilly, steep rugged terrain more typical of the Hill Country. Elevations range from 1200 feet to 1950 feet above sea level. Improvements: There is a 1930s main house, guesthouse, staff cabin, vintage frame farm house, barn and equipment sheds plus cattle pens. Water: Five water wells. 4.5 miles of both sides of the Sabinal River, natural springs, and Little Creek, a flowing creek except for periods of extreme drought. Vegetation: The ranch has a wide variety of native browse for game. There are hundreds of Live Oak, Elm, Pecan, Sycamore and other hardwoods throughout the property. Most of the lower elevations have been selectively cleared of cedar, with remaining areas providing excellent cover for the abundant wildlife population. Wildlife: Native species include whitetail deer, wild turkey, dove, some Bobwhite quail plus feral hogs and seasonal migratory birds. Additionally there is a large population of free ranging game including Blackbuck , Axis, Fallow, Sika, Aoudad, Himalayan Tahr, Zebra, Nilgai and other non-native species. The extensive variety of wild game allows for superb hunting and recreation. The edxtensive river offers a fabulous venue for flyfishing for native bass. Schools: Utopia I.S.D. Utilities: Bandera Electric Coop, septic, propane Minerals: Negotiable. Taxes: $13,601.21 Tota/Ag Exempt $7,329.14 (Uvalde Co.) $6,272.07 (Utopia ISD)

9,857 acres Malakoff, TX $25,527,300

9,857 acres Malakoff, TX

Henderson County Jason Murray Murray Real Estate Services, LLC.

Type: Acreage

9,857 +/- acres in 3 non contiguous tracts in Henderson and Anderson Counties. Seller will divide Tract 1 is 4,323 +/- contiguous acres, south of Malakoff with the eastern border having frontage on CR 1300 and CR 1307 and the western boundary is Cedar Creek. It is about 50% pasture and 50% timber. Currently leased for grazing rights. This tract will provide very good hunting for deer, hogs, ducks, dove and varmints. Also, a 60 acre and two 11.8 acre tracts. Tract 2 is 2,914 +/- contiguous acres near the community of Cayuga with the southern boundary being Hwy 287 and the western boundary being the Trinity River. This tract is about 50% pasture and 50% timber and is currently leased for grazing rights. There is approximately 1,700 acres inside the levee that provides excellent soils for farming and waterfowl habitat. The flat woods area will provide for good hunting and has several sloughs for waterfowl. Tract 3 is 2,002 +/- contiguous acres near the community of Crossroads with the western border being the Trinity River and the eastern border is CR 1313. The majority of this tract is pasture with some wooded areas lying inside the levee with some upland pasture. Currently leased out for grazing rights. This tract will provide some excellent waterfowl, dove, hog and deer hunting. Call for more detailed information
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