Falls County Family Ranch

Falls County Family Ranch

Posted on: November 19th, 2018 by Katy Wunderlich

LOCATION: The property is located at 1184 CR 147, Marlin, TX 76661 in Falls County. From the intersection of Hwy 6 and FM 147 in Marlin, TX travel East on FM 147 for 7.5 miles. Property is located on the right. Look for Capitol Ranch Real Estate sign on gate. Located 30 minutes from Waco, 2.5 hours from Houston, and 2 hours and 15 minutes from Austin.

ACRES: 108.56 acres according to Falls County Appraisal District.

IMPROVEMENTS: Property is 75% planted in winter oats and ryegrass with some native grasses in nearby pasture. Mature post oak trees are scattered and located near the rear of the property. One pasture contains a stock tank and light mesquite. Along creek and near post oak trees, there is a location being used for good recreational deer hunting.

WATER: There is an existing water meter on the property/water trough and one stock tank. There is also a wet weather creek that crosses the West side of the property.

SOIL: There are various soil types on the property including Wilson loam, Wilson silty clay loam and more.

TOPOGRAPHY: The land is flat with gently rolling areas for home site.

CURRENT USE: Property is currently being used for cattle grazing, winter oat and ryegrass.

GROUND COVER: 75% planted winter oat and ryegrass with some native grasses.

Buyer agent must be present at all showings.

Ashorn Farm

Posted on: November 16th, 2018 by Cody Maxwell

Highway 105 frontage just minutes to Brenham. Prime for a homesite. Will subdivide. Play golf or go swimming next door at the country club. No restrictions if buying the entire 16.7 acre tract. Call Cody for a viewing, (979) 530-7010.

J & J Farm

Posted on: October 17th, 2018 by Freddy Rouse

First time offering of a rare Fort Bend County 2,425 acre farm that has been in the same family for over 100 years! This property consists of approximately 1,425 acres of income producing farmland, and 1,000 acres of prime pasture and impressive Live Oaks, Elms, and Bald Cypress along the San Bernard River. With 2.5 miles of Turkey Creek, and an 18-acre lake add to the recreational value of the ranch. Set in an easily accessible location on paved Darst Road just 1.5 miles south of Hwy 59 near Kendleton in popular and growing Fort Bend County.


There are approximately 1,440 acres of farmland in row crop, and laser levelled rice fields. It has been leased by the same farmer for over 30 years and well taken care of. Cotton, Milo, Soybean and Corn have been grown productively on the land during this time. Rice fields have been laser levelled and are currently irrigated by a 2-mile canal that is fed by a 10 inch irrigation well on the neighboring property. There are two rice fields (263 and 285 acres) that are in rotation, along with approximately 820 acres of row crop in rotation.


Lots of Live and Recreational Water!! There are approximately 1,000 acres of hunting and livestock pasture and woods set between the farmland and the river. 2 miles of San Bernard River border the property to the Northwest, and 2.5 miles of Turkey Creek meander through the Live Oak and Pecan trees along the West side of the property providing great habitat for deer, hogs and other wildlife to hide out. Perhaps the crown jewel of the pasture is the 18-acre lake! This lake is home to lots of fish and offers great duck hunting in the colder months. Its location well off any public road is ideal for tons of ducks and other waterfowl looking for big holes of secluded water. There is a duck hunting blind in place. The woods consist of a Cypress lined San Bernard River and are loaded with 100-200 year old giant Pecan trees, large mature Oaks, and many other species of hardwoods. The 1,000 acre pasture also holds a set of large cattle working pens with a large sorting chute, ground load and double loading chute, barns, shed, water and troughs, electricity, and a 75-acre fenced and cross fenced trap. Water is provided to the pasture by a water well at the pens with troughs. This is a one of a kind rare Fort Bend County family estate!!! One of the largest Farm and Ranch combo properties in the County.

720 acres in Bosque County, Texas

Posted on: June 21st, 2018 by

Ready to Sell the Family Ranch! Nice livestock place on Hwy 56 and County Road 3360 just north of Valley Mills. A nice farmhouse, large barn with hay loft and 4 storage rooms, pipe pens, cross fenced, with spring fed Hogans Branch and a big pond! Rolling hills, wooded and open areas, road frontage on two sides, and big views present a great place to buy and enjoy. 1/2 minerals negotiable. Priced right at $2,083/acre! Great price for Bosque County land!

Call Bill Ferguson to schedule a showing at (254) 709-2244.

455 acres in San Saba County, Texas

Posted on: June 13th, 2018 by

Motivated Seller!!!!
Situated just SW of San Saba off CR 344 you will find a well-balanced 455 +/- acre livestock ranch with exceptional hunting and outdoor recreation opportunities. The property sits off a public maintained gravel road and is comprised of sloping, varied topography with native grasses.

*Adjoining acreage available for purchase = total of 910 +/- acres

In addition to the cow/calf operation or hunting/livestock lease potential, this ranch has plenty of room for horseback riding, wildlife viewing, off-road ATV trails, and beautiful panoramic views! Located in a popular hill country location the ranch has become a haven for a variety of wildlife including: whitetail deer (10-12 point bucks) and an abundance of hogs. The rustic hunting camp headquarters has electricity and well water. Perimeter livestock and net wire fence is in good condition with about a mile and a half of new fencing on the back side. Minerals negotiable. San Saba ISD. Ag exemption.

Disclaimer: Information is believed to be correct, but not guaranteed. Changes in price, size, and property specifics are subject to change at any time. All photos are property of Capitol Ranch Real Estate and are not to be used without written consent. Buyer Representation is welcomed, but the buyer's agent must be present from the first showing on.

25 acres in Coryell County, Texas

Posted on: June 13th, 2018 by

This property welcomes you with a beautiful gated entrance and paved road up to the ranch style home that is 2,080 square feet with a metal roof and surrounded by beautiful oak trees. The home is a 2 bedroom, 2 full bath, with an additional room downstairs that can be used as a third bedroom and/or office. There is a large entertaining/living room downstairs and a formal living room upstairs with a wood burning fireplace. The upstairs master bedroom, kitchen, and living room open up to the large back patio giving you a beautiful view overlooking the property! It has a large open porch in front of the house that can be used for entertaining or park your cars under. Also has an attached one car garage. The property is cross fenced and the fencing is in excellent condition. The four stall metal barn is about 1,200 +/- square foot with a concrete floor tack/feed room. There is an area to park farm equipment and/or a livestock trailer that is enclosed on three sides. The back and side of the barn has smaller turn out paddocks that lead into the larger pastures. There is metal lean to sheds in the cross fenced pastures.

Disclaimer: Information is believed to be correct, but not guaranteed. Changes in price, size, property specifics are subject to change at anytime. All photos are property of Capitol Ranch Real Estate and are not to be used without written consent.

Freestone Lake Ranch

Posted on: June 13th, 2018 by


This scenic property is a good largemouth bass fishery, and offers terrific duck hunting!

Just a few miles North of Fairfield, Texas on County Road 111, being only 1 hour from Dallas and 2 hours from Houston just off of I-45.

There is a Pine Tree hill overlooking the lake that would make a great homesite. An Oak tree lined creek meanders through the middle of the property offering cover for deer and wildlife.

With lots of paved road frontage on County Road 111, Bateman Road, the creek, lots of Oak and Pine trees, and a lake – This unique private lake ranch is prime for future subdivision or development. Bring your family, fishing poles, and shotguns, and come buy this lake ranch.

Call Cody to schedule a private showing at 979-530-7010. Broker/Partner

Hico Hunting Ranch

Posted on: June 13th, 2018 by

Nice recreational or agricultural place with ranch house, guest house, and two water wells.

The ranch has lots of big Live Oak and Post Oak trees. This would make a great hunting ranch for someone. Fallow fields along the creek are perfect for grain or wildlife food plots. Four nice ponds and a seasonal creek offer plenty of water for livestock and wildlife. Road frontage on two sides, and perfect rectangle in shape. This is place is ready for a hunting ranch or family farm retreat only 1.5 hours from Dallas or Ft. Worth! Call Cody Maxwell at 979-530-7010.

268 acres in Comanche County, Texas

Posted on: June 13th, 2018 by

This top of the mountain property has vast 360 degree views! Energy Hunting Ranch is completely high fenced with great whitetail hunting and a few axis. A soft release pen is in place for any additional animals to bring in. There is a small and functional hunters cabin with electricity and a water well. An old cement dairy barn is present for hanging deer or storing gear in. The best part is the quality of the land. There are hills, bluffs, ravines, rocky ground, sandy soil, Live Oak, Shin Oak, Post Oak, cedar, Elm, and other tree species. This ranch could be mistaken for a larger one, because of its elevation changes and dense animal habitat. This is a very cool hunting place without a lot of improvements to pay for. Located on FM 2561 near Energy between Comanche, Hamilton, and Goldthwaite.

Nelson Branch Ranch

Posted on: June 13th, 2018 by

Little Mountain Creek runs through the hills creating a beautiful landscape where wildlife is abundant. This property shows like it is 1,000 acres!

Well wooded with Elm, Live Oak, Post Oak, Mesquite, and brush presenting an ideal environment for whitetailed deer, lots of turkey, and other native species. The property boasts high elevations and deep ravines, a creek bisecting the bottom pastures, gorgeous Oak motts, and several nice ponds.

The property is set up as a hunting operation with electricity and a water well in place. Come see this larger than life ranch.

Call Cody Maxwell 979-530-7010 for a viewing.