Conner Hood


Conner was raised in the heart of the Texas Hill Country in Kerrville, TX, and has always harbored a love for the great outdoors. Conner received his Bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University-Kingsville where he studied Wildlife Recreational Entrepreneurship with a double minor in Ag-Business and Business Administration. Conner decided to couple his specialized degree and passion for the outdoors into a career by practicing farm and ranch real estate. Conner joined his family’s business, Hood Real Estate Inc., in 2016, and he enjoys utilizing his background to provide excellent customer service to his clients.
$366,800  •  130.97 acres
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION AND MOTIVATED SELLERS!!!! Falcon Ranch, located about 30 miles west of Rock Springs in Val Verde County, boasts ±130.97 acres of opportunity where the Hill Country meets South Texas. The ag-exempt property, which fronts Highway 377, provides a diverse variety of native vegetation including oaks, mesquite, juniper, yucca, prickly pear and grasses. The mixed brush serves as nature's buffet for the white-tailed deer, blackbuck antelope, fallow and axis deer that frequent the ranch. The ranch's terrain varies from draws with deep soil to rough and rocky hills. While 4x4s are not required, the ranch is an ideal place to put ATVs and UTVs to use. Two seasonal "playas" catch and hold water when the rain falls. The ranch has rights to a shared water well; an additional well has been drilled on the property, but has not been developed. As part of the ranch purchase, the sale of the hunting infrastructure—4 Atascosa box blinds, 2 bow blinds, 4 corn feeders, and 1 gravity feeder—is negotiable. A 2-bedroom/1-bath cabin with a kitchen and living area could provide lodging while the new owners build their dream home. To see Falcon Ranch for yourself, contact Conner Hood, with Hood Real Estate Inc. at (830) 928-2317. Listed at $3,000/acre.
$2,737,000  •  476 acres
Coyote Creek Ranch, located near Flatonia in Fayette County, is a ±476-acre canvas of opportunity positioned less than 90 minutes from Houston, Austin and San Antonio. The heavily wooded property, with easy access to I-10, is ideally situated to deliver both convenience and privacy. For the past 50 years, the owners have used the low-fenced ranch, which fronts on FM 2237 about 3.5 miles from the community of Cistern, as a natural haven for hunting and camping. To encourage and attract wildlife, the owners have maintained the land's native character. The land supports a mixture of post oaks, mature cedars, mesquite and yaupon—a buffet for game. Today, the ranch is home to white-tailed deer, turkeys, feral hogs and an array of small game and predators such as coyotes and bobcats. Three ponds, ranging between a half-acre and an acre in size, offer fishing for bass and catfish as well as stopover water for migrating ducks. In wet weather, Live Oak Creek cuts across the property; it dries up when rains are scarce or intermittent. Through the years, the owners have carved out hidden clearings and cut trails through the woods by following the same paths over and over again. An all-weather caliche road provides access from the front of the property to the back. Depending on the new owners' goals, the land could be cleared to create an open landscape, partially cleared to create a mosaic of grass and woody plants, or left in its natural state. The gently rolling terrain offers a variety of potential building sites for a dream home or an expansive family compound with guest houses. An 800-square-foot, off-the-grid cabin provides a housing option for those who like to live close to the land or for people seeking a temporary camp as a larger home is being constructed. The 2-bedroom, 1 -bath cabin features a 20'x20' main room. Generators power the lights as well as the air-conditioning units, while propane fuels the heater. A rain catchment system provides water. For those looking for more convenience, county water and rural electricity are readily available. An 8' x 8' shed housing the generators and tools rounds out the ranch infrastructure. Through the years, a livestock grazing lease has provided an additional income stream, maintained the agriculture tax valuation and ensured the fences have been maintained in order to hold cattle. The agriculture tax valuation could be converted to a wildlife tax valuation if the new owners so choose. Regardless of your vision for life in the country, Coyote Creek Ranch provides a beautiful, flexible canvas on which to make your dream a reality. Whether you're in Houston, San Antonio or Austin, it's just a short drive to your new country home. To experience the raw, beauty of Coyote Creek Ranch for yourself, contact Conner Hood with Hood Real Estate Inc. at (830) 928-2317. The ranch is listed for $5,750/acre.
$8,787,500  •  925 acres
LoMaRo Ranch, which straddles the Austin and Fort Bend county line, is a productive, diverse Texas-sized ranch with huge commercial potential. The ±925 acre-ranch is located less than an hour southwest of downtown Houston near Wallis. The ranch includes more than 1.5 miles of Brazos River frontage and fronts Highway 36 for ±.7 of a mile. An active railroad, with a perpetually maintained crossing, parallels Highway 36 adding another appealing commercial feature. For a discerning buyer interested in agriculture and livestock, wildlife and recreation, or commercial investment, the potential is limitless. While LoMaRo is convenient to urban amenities, it’s a world away when it comes to privacy. The stars still shine big and bright here. Tracing its lineage to the original Stephen F. Austin land grant, the low-fenced ranch, has been in the current family since 1871. Early on, some fields were broken out for cotton fields, but the LoMaRo Ranch has been a working cattle ranch throughout much of its multi-generational history. Traditional ranch roads provide easy access to the entire ranch, which has been cross-fenced into six separate pastures. The front portion of the ranch features improved Coastal Bermuda pastures and hay meadows. Here the terrain includes flat meadows and rolling hills. The back portion slopes down into the rich Brazos River bottom. Legacy oaks, pecans and cottonwoods provide shade. Native grasses and brush create superlative wildlife habitat. While the ranch has not been actively managed for wildlife, game abounds. The ranch has never been hunted commercially. White-tailed deer, migratory waterfowl, feral hogs, and sandhill cranes as well as small game are plentiful. Quail have also been spotted. Stretching for just over 1.5 miles, even the river frontage is diverse. An oxbow lake, stocked with two types of bass and bluegills, spans about one mile. Another portion includes a sandbar that gives a different type of access to the river. A high bank marks a third portion of the ranch’s intersection with the river. A ranch lake, covering ± 3 acres, delivers stock water in the upper portion. Anglers seeking a different type of challenge can fish for catfish in this impoundment. The original ranch house, which has been updated and currently is the site of family retreats, features 3 bedrooms and 3 baths with 2 bonus “kids’ rooms” in the loft. Its strong bones, dating back to the 1870s, could be the basis for the new owners’ dream home or it could be converted to a guest house. The ranch offers many different building sites that could be the foundation for a perfectly appointed retreat. Ranch infrastructure includes livestock working pens, 2 equipment barns and a hay barn. A well supplies water to the house and the pens. Mineral rights are negotiable. Diversity. Productivity. Proximity. Privacy. Access. Convenience. History. Water. Wildlife. Livestock. Endless opportunities. LoMaRo Ranch is home to it all. Claim its abundance for yourself. To experience the potential of LoMaRo Ranch, call Conner W. Hood with Hood Real Estate Inc. at (830) 928-2317. The ranch is listed for $8,787,500.
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Conner Hood
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Kerrville, TX 78028

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