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Dave Culver
Hall and Hall
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Properties of Dave Culver with Hall and Hall in Mason, TX

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$3,030,500 1,101 acres
Lometa, Texas 76853 - Mills County

Simms Creek Ranch

This long-held family ranch lies in far southern Mills County, a few miles north of Lometa, on a caliche county road about two miles off of pavement. Goldthwaite, the county seat, is about 12 miles north, while Lampasas, which offers supplies, services and a hospital, is about 20 miles south. Austin, the State Capital, is 80 miles SE. This area consists of medium to large working/recreational ranches, with scattered acreage tract subdivisions. A wind farm is clearly visible and adjoining to the north and west. The ranch features a pleasing mixture of rough and smooth ground, including a layer of cliffs that are loaded with fossils, along with nearly level clay loam fields that have been cultivated in the past. Overall, the ranch is til
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$3,478,370 880 acres
Barksdale, Texas 78828 - Real County

Nueces Falls Ranch

This stellar live water offering lies about one mile off paved RR 335 (top five motorcycling routes in Texas) on all-weather Hackberry Road, which crosses the ranch on the far southern section. It is blessed with two different, both-sides owned, frontages on the hard-flowing East Nueces River, just below the headwater springs at Camp Eagle. This is some of the most pristine and scenic land in all of the Texas Hill Country, featuring dramatic limestone bluffs, 30+ mile vistas and lush bottoms of oak/pecan dotted with Indian sites. The water is crystal clear and spring-fed, with noisy falls tumbling into fern-lined pools, amidst scenery that borders on the surreal. A nice, but not fancy, compound of log cabins comfortably sleeps 10-12, and
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$1,092,000 168 acres
Mason, Texas 76856 - Mason County

Blue Hole Ranch

There are few finer, small live water properties in the Texas Hill Country than this very special place, located on Leon Creek, west of prized Mason, about five miles down a private, well-maintained easement road. Featuring over 3,000 feet of both sides of this hard-flowing, crystal clear creek, Blue Hole is the premier small live water property in this area. Cold water surges from beneath limestone ledges bordering the awesome Blue Hole, which one can dive into and is over six feet deep. A cool stone diving platform has been constructed, and many families have experienced one-of-a-kind fun with the owners during their annual July 4th swim party for neighbors. This awesome hole is easily accessible by all ages, including babies, and is sol
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$3,251,675 1,093 acres
Mason, Texas 76856 - Mason County

Oak Hills Ranch

This solid, attractive unit is located in northwest Mason County, in the northwest section of the famed Texas Hill Country, at the end of an all-weather, gravel county road and easement two miles north of TX Highway 29. Mason is becoming a prized address, and this land is above average quality for the area. Oak Hills is a combination ranching/recreational unit boasting 85% clay or loamy soils in oak/mesquite country known for producing large deer and flocks of turkey. The land is level to gently rolling, with a total elevation change of 150 feet, and has a nearly level field of 45+/- acres in the northwest corner. The ranch is bisected by a major drainage, Spring Branch, which flows large amounts of water in wet years, and is lined with
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$3,919,350 493 acres
Blanco, Texas 78606 - Blanco County

High Lakes Ranch

High Lakes Ranch is located in southwestern Blanco County, about ten miles west of Blanco, on paved Maenius Road in an area of medium to large working/recreational ranches and acreage tract subdivisions. Being part of a ranch once owned by actor Jimmy Stewart, High Lakes Ranch shows its sheep and goat heritage by having little to no cedar amongst its gorgeous cover of oaks, resulting in a refined, sophisticated look. The location is next to none, with the now-famous 290 Wine Corridor less than ten miles north, and sizzling Fredericksburg just 20 miles west. This is about an hours drive to either Austin or San Antonio, both home to international airports, and smack dab in the big middle of one of the three top growth areas in the United Stat
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