Salem Bend 260

Salem Bend 260

Posted on: February 16th, 2019 by Cody Maxwell

Salem Bend 260 sits on the east side of the Brazos River between Gooseneck Bend and Salem Bend. Located in southeastern Young County just minutes from Graham, TX, Salem Bend 260 is an ideal opportunity for sportsmen and cattlemen alike. The ranch is ideally located 1.5 hours from Ft. Worth and 2 hours from Dallas and offers rolling terrain with a good mixture of woods and open pasture. Perimeter and cross fences are in great shape.

There is a wooded hill with expansive views overlooking the valley that would be a great spot for an elevated home site. Large live oaks are scattered throughout the ranch as well as elms, mesquites, and cedar trees. Electricity is tied in and one water well that services the needs of the ranch.

A good set of pipe cow pens, a barn and several ponds/tanks that hold water most of the year. Currently the ranch is leased for hunting as well as a grazing lease for a cow/calf operation.

OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE.

Contact Will Sorenson at (936) 499-8749 a day or two ahead of time to make an appointment.

Combination Cowhouse

Posted on: February 7th, 2019 by Robert Bong

Combination Cowhouse is 135 acres with 2,400 feet of Cowhouse Creek frontage and 60 feet of elevation changes. The homestead cottage is 1,094 sqft with 2 bed and 1 bath. Garage, barn, pens, and two sheds. Rugged coverage on 15-20% of property. Oak Mott. Small creek runs through the property. 50% minerals negotiable. Hamilton ISD. Ag exempt.

Cherry Ranch

Posted on: February 6th, 2019 by Colton Harbert

The Cherry Ranch is a diverse property that would be ideal for a family home site, grazing ranch, and/or investment. The property is +/-56-acres, consisting of rolling terrain with a number of ponds, fertile soils, and notable elevation changes. Close proximity to Austin and Lockhart provide a convenient location and a sound long-term investment.

Location: Cherry Ranch is located off Texas State Highway 130, 6.5 miles south of Lockhart. This ranch is central to many major Texas Cities: Austin (45 min), San Marcos (30min), San Antonio (1 hr.), New Braunfels, (45 min).

Habitat/Wildlife: The Big West Fork Plum Creek runs through the ranch. Most of the property is scattered with small mesquites and mature Live Oak Trees are found in several groves. Two half-acre tanks are on the property and maintain water year round.

Lockhart State Park is just 4 miles away. There is a healthy population of Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Bobcat, and many species of duck. Coveys of quail are said to be in the area.

Improvements: Property is cross-fenced for rotational cattle grazing. A mobile home and lean-to storage barn is on the property. Additionally, there is a 100+-year-old barn on the ranch. It was a schoolhouse for the local community in the early 1900s.

Agriculture: Property is Ag Exempt and currently has cattle grazing.

Water/Electricity: Present.

Investment: Nearly 2000ft. of Texas State HWY 120 frontage via the access road. The ranch is located in the booming area between San Antonio and Austin, and a few miles from the master-planned community of Cherryville, a large mixed-use community development.

Staton Ranch

Posted on: February 6th, 2019 by Colton Harbert

Staton Ranch is a fine, +/-364 acre, multipurpose property that offers exceptional topography, wildlife, and 6 ponds/tanks. Just a 45-minute commute from Austin, TX, one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S., this ranch will provide a secure, long-term investment. The property has numerous home building sites, one of which has a skyline view of downtown Austin on its horizon.

Location: The ranch is located in Caldwell country, approximately 13 miles southeast of Lockhart on FM-3158; 70 miles to San Antonio, 40 miles to Austin, 30 miles to San Marcos, and 50 miles to New Braunfels.

Habitat & Wildlife: The property has a wonderful, diverse terrain. Portions of the ranch are scattered with dense, hardwood thickets of post oak, hackberry, and cedar, with healthy native underbrush suited for wildlife. Several sections of property have been cleared for grazing and are active coastal grazing pastures. The wildlife includes whitetail deer, dove, pigs, and a healthy population of Rio Grande Turkey (owner said not uncommon to see over 100 in a day). The ranch has a maintained trail system that is suited for any sportsman.

Water: The ranch contains 6 ponds/tanks, as well as a water well. 3 of the 6 ponds hold water year-round, one of which is spring fed (per owner) and a few have large-mouth bass and catfish.
Electricity: Electricity is available.

Soil: Mix of Arensosa and Patilo soil, and Silstid fine sand, 1% to 5% slope.

Improvements/Additional: Property is 100% fenced with three cross fences and pipe cattle pens are present.

Garwood Colorado River Ranch

Posted on: January 28th, 2019 by Freddy Rouse

Garwood Colorado River Ranch is located 17 miles North of El Campo and 13 miles to Eagle Lake. Currently ag exempt. This ranch is set-up perfectly to run a hay and cattle operation, weekend getaway, or build your dream home. Approximately 850 feet wide and over 1 mile long with 1,200 feet of high bank Colorado River frontage. Irrigation well, pump, and motor on the property to irrigate the lush Coastal Jiggs hay meadows and pastures. Cattle pens, barn, water well with troughs, and old farmhouse sit up front near the entrance. Great opportunity to own a Colorado River front property in Colorado County!

Salem Bend 235

Posted on: December 3rd, 2018 by Will Sorenson

Salem Bend 235 sits on the east side of the Brazos River between Gooseneck Bend and Salem Bend. Located in southeastern Young County just minutes from Graham, TX, Salem Bend Ranch is truly a unique opportunity for sportsmen! The ranch is ideally located 1.5 hours from Ft. Worth and 2 hours from Dallas and offers rolling terrain, excellent elevation changes with a good mixture of woods and open pasture. Perimeter and cross fences are in great shape.

Endless recreational opportunities exist with Brazos River frontage and Brazos River Authority land on the west side for added seclusion. Large live oaks are scattered throughout the ranch as well as elms, mesquites, and cedar trees.

Currently the ranch is leased for hunting as well as a grazing lease for a cow/calf operation.

The famous Wildcatter Ranch is just south of the ranch for family and friends to enjoy first class authentic Texas cuisine and entertainment.

Contact Will Sorenson at (936) 499-8749 a day or two ahead of time to make an appointment.

Bar A Ranch

Posted on: November 21st, 2018 by Katy Wunderlich

Bar A Ranch is a 520+/- acre premier working cattle and hunting ranch located 3 miles outside of Schulenburg, Texas, in southern Fayette County.

LOCATION: The property is located at 825 Jahn Lane, Schulenburg, TX 78956. Situated just 4 miles south of Interstate 10 and US Highway 77, the ranch proves a quick hour and thirty minute drive from prosperous towns like San Antonio, Austin and Houston, Texas. The quiet rural town of Schulenburg includes a range of restaurants and amenities with a population of approximately 2,800 residents and is known for its German culture. Nearby, major airports and hospitals are simply an hour and thirty-minute drive on the connecting major highways.

IMPROVEMENTS: The functionality of the ranch is impressive, as many of the design features have been constructed to accommodate simplicity on a working cow/calf operation. The owners home on the ranch has been charmingly designed and remodeled in recent years. Pride in ownership is self-evident here, as are thoughtful accents among the already spacious and well-maintained surroundings. The gated entry off Jahn Lane and limestone road driveway attest to the quality infrastructure of Bar A Ranch.

MAIN HOUSE: The main owners home provides a comfortable balance of practical useable open space. With three bedrooms, two bathrooms, office space and a functional mud-room and laundry room combo, the 2200+/- square foot home includes all the necessary comforts one may desire. Custom tile floors and the charming stone fireplace coupled with the immeasurable views over the rolling terrain, welcome owners and guests in the main living room.

BARN OFFICE & APARTMENT: The two-room ranch office as well as the attractive 2 bed/1 bath guest apartment in the barn compliment the existing living improvements, making it an appealing and practical addition to the property.

BARN & CATTLE WORKING FACILITIES: Cattle enthusiasts will find Bar A Ranch well equipped, as the meticulously constructed 10,000+/- square foot barn serves as a multi-purpose space. With approximately 8,000 square feet encompassing the ranchs business office, equipment storage area, guest quarters and 2,000+/- square feet of an expansive yet functional show cattle facility.

WATER: One water well, two annual spring-fed creeks, two stock ponds and 200 foot of the fully fenced frontage on the Navidad River provide all of the necessary water features for the ranch.

PASTURE: Bar A Ranch is fully cross-fenced and well designed for all the needs of a working cattle operation including livestock amenities like stock tanks, water troughs and superior grasslands for nearly 30 acres of hay production

WILDLIFE: Recreationally, there are several unique hunting areas near the connection of the two spring fed creeks and 200 foot frontage of the Navidad river, which provide ample cover for many species of wildlife including a whitetail deer population. This is a cattle ranch with a quick proximity to some of the most pristine private hunting locations to date.

SOIL: The soil is a mixture of Straber loamy fine sand, Hallettsville fine sandy loam and sandy clay loam.

The simple functionality and long history of quality management make Bar A Ranch one of the most high quality agricultural and recreational properties on the market today. Welcome your family and guests to spend time together on the open range, making all the memories that a rural lifestyle can provide just minutes from town. This is a ranch you need to explore, this is Bar A Ranch.

Please contact Katy Wunderlich (979) 571-7498 to schedule a viewing.

Buyer agent must be present at all showings.

Cowhouse Bluff

Posted on: November 13th, 2018 by Cody Maxwell

More acreage available!

This is a prime piece of a family owned ranch since 1875, and first time listed for sale!

This is a very rare land offering due to the almost one-quarter mile of Cowhouse Creek frontage, and hill country mountains on the same place. This ranch is on the southern run of the creek before it enters Lake Belton; therefore, gaining more runoff water, and making it more dependable with deep holes and good fishing in comparison with more northern parts of the Cowhouse.

Giant Pecan and Bur Oak trees line the creek and the seasonal stream that comes out of the wooded hill on this magnificent place! There is an impeccable view of the creek valley ready for a home, a spring-fed hilltop pond, and a waterfall/crawfish hole to enjoy! Sandhill Crane watching, pond-side dove hunting, awesome white-tailed deer hunting, flint filled Indian campgrounds, a hand-stacked rock fence along the old wagon road are just a few of the attributes on this jewel of a place.

This place really has it all on such small acreage almost 1,200 feet of rock bottomed Cowhouse Creek frontage, limited floodplain due to tremendous elevations and views, huge hardwood trees and an abundant amount of thicker deer hunting cover, lots of water (creek, seasonal creek, spring fed pond), and minerals available!

Believe me, this could be the perfect place if there ever was one, and these dont come along hardly ever. This has been owned by the same family for over 140 years! Come have a look, and youll see why.

If you are a discerning buyer looking for end of the road seclusion on a ranch that has it all, give Cody a call today at 979-530-7010.

Lone Mound Ranch

Posted on: October 24th, 2018 by Colton Harbert

The 460-acre Lone Mound Ranch is the ideal scenic Texas Panhandle ranch. This place provides ample opportunities for both recreational and agriculture uses. Dramatic elevation changes from historic Lone Mound provide long sweeping panorama views, scattered with ample wildlife for hunting, and abounding character. The next owner of the ranch will surely be very happy of the unique purchase.

Location: Located on the eastern edge of the Texas Panhandle, between Shamrock and Wellington. Lone Mound Ranch is 15 minutes from historic Shamrock, 95 miles to Amarillo, 300 miles from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Access is provided from paved FM 1547. Rick Husband International Airport is 1 hour away.

Habitat: The Ranch consists of rocky mesas, scenic rolling hills, deep ravines where hogs and deer travel, to the sandy bottomed Elm Creek headwaters. Multiples seasonal creeks move through the middle of the property, providing canyon-like crevices and openings. Historic Lone Mound is the highest elevation on the ranch and surrounding areas boasting a 360 degree view of the rolling terrain that will blow your socks off! The rolling plains are broken by mesquite and Elm flats with wild plums, 3 seasonal creeks that are lined with hardwood trees providing generous habitat for wildlife, and a small meadow. The ranches Fine Sandy Loams support a mixture of native Texas grasses and is ideal for future cultivating and wildlife food plots.

The ranch is currently a residence for cattle, and is cross-fenced, allowing for rotational grazing.

Peanut base annual income on approx. 50 acres.

Wildlife/Hunting: This ranch is located in an area of Collingsworth County that has a historically healthy population of wildlife. You are sure to find Whitetail deer, Mule deer, Bobwhite Quail, and Rio Grande Turkey, coyotes, wild pigs, bobcat, and the occasional Mountain Lion. Ranches in the area have reported taking deer in the 170-185 B&C Range, and often weigh over 200lbs. This ranch is the heart of Eastern Texas Panhandle hunting country, and will provide endless memories for the next owner.

Water: The ranch has excellent water wells (2) and provides clean water to home and cattle tanks (3). There is also a water well and supply storage reservoir for the local rural water system on Lone Mound, from which a water meter is available should the new buyer want to supply a new home with a water system.

Electricity: Present and providing electricity to the home and hunting cabin.

Minerals: Owned mineral rights will convey. Amount is unknown and to be determined.

Improvements/Additional: There are two modest residences are on the property. The first is a hunters adobe and log cabin 600 square feet. It is very cool and unique built into a hill, it is very cool in the summer, and warm in the winter. It has a rustic vibe with exposed log ceiling joists and stucco walls and exterior. There is a bathroom with shower, kitchen, and living area with bunks and a wood burning stove. The second residence is a 2-story 944 square ft. apartment built into the barn. It also is a rustic, western themed living space with living, kitchen, and bathroom downstairs, and two bedrooms upstairs. There is a front porch with an incredible view of the ranch, and an upstairs deck off the master bedroom as well! The back door leads right into the barn where the horse stalls, equipment storage, and cattle pens are. Electric service, propane & wood heat, satellite internet, centrally located next to the large barn with cattle pen & stack lot, (1) 50' semi-trailer tool/equipment shed to be conveyed as well.

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.

FARMLAND

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.

PASTURE AND HUNTING LAND

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.