Cynthia Inman

TEXAS RANCHES… Texas…. famous worldwide, for the Alamo, our Universities, our football teams, the hospitality of our people and our ranching heritage. Many people dream of owning a Texas ranch. Our mission is listening to our customers and then working diligently to find the ranch they seek. If we don't have the ranch in our inventory, we have the knowledge and resources to find it. Ranch Connection is the only connection you will need to find your ranch and we assist you with access to resources to effectively own and manage a ranch. Texas native and Texas Licensed Broker, Cynthia Inman has over thirty years of professional experience in farm and ranch real estate, a degree in agriculture, and years of completed ranch real estate transactions as bonafides, her organization stands as an icon in the ranch real estate industry. Texas ranch lands is her passion. When buying or selling Texas Ranches, Ranch Connection provides professional Farm & Ranch real estate service throughout the Lone Star State. Texas ranches have always and will always be one of the most sought after investments in the nation.
$149,000  •  10.01 acres
Honey Creek Ranch Lot 13 General Description: Lot 13 in Honey Creek Ranch is a unique and attractive piece of property that is perfectly suited for someone looking to build a home or weekend cabin on. When arriving at the property, you will immediately be able to tell the elevation change and vast views that surround you. As you walk down the elevated hill, you will find a rocky trail that leads you to an open pasture. This trail offers great opportunities to stumble across arrow heads, fossils, and deer antler sheds. The open pasture you're led into offers a creek front view and various large Pecan and Oak trees sprawling the banks. It undoubtably offers the quaint and relaxing atmosphere everyone is looking for! Location: Located only 3 miles from Hico, Lot 13 offers quick access to a very popular and nifty town. Hico is historically known for the harboring of legendary outlaw "Billy the Kid", during the 1800's. The town today showcases numerous popular restaurants, boutiques, gun shops, banks, and is extremely family oriented. It is the perfect town to bring your family, friends, and other guests, for an eventful weekend trip. Land & Topography: The land has vast topography changes, accommodated by open pasture and flat land. When arriving to Lot 13 you are on top of a hill, the hill steeply transitions into an open pasture and overlooks a creek bed. Livestock: Due to Honey Creek Ranch having Longhorn cattle that graze throughout the ranch, Lot 13 has an active Ag Exemption status. Minerals: 0% Easements: Gas Pipeline (Magellan) School District: Hico ISD Airports: Stephenville Clark Regional Airport Hospitals: Hico Clinic - Hico Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville (22 miles) Hamilton General Hospital Hamilton (24 miles) Popular Attractions in Hico: Midland Hotel & Chophouse Koffee Kup Caf Wiseman House Chocolates Billy The Kid Museum Various boutiques, shops, wineries, and more! Proximity to Metropolitan Areas: Dallas 101 miles (1 hr. 55 mins.) Fort Worth 80 miles (1 hr. 30 mins.) Waco 89 miles (1hr 30 mins.) San Antonio 187 miles (3 hrs. 15 mins.) Directions: Head South leaving Hico on HWY 281. Take a left on CR 209, then a right on CR 208. Continue on CR 208 until you see the Honey Creek gate on your left. Contact: Sheldon Wellborn (254) 974-2082
$317,330  •  24.41 acres
This 24 acre lot offers a wide open pasture to build your dream home on! The property is accessed by an easement off of the FM 2114. Huge Pecan Trees are sprinkled across it and create great shade and spectacular views. The land is fairly flat with little dramatic changes in topography. It is located just minutes from Lake Whitney, which guarantees summer fun for the kids and family. There is one small pond on the property that holds water well, but does occasionally get dry during stressful drought. This is a great place to build your dream home or weekend get away! Please call with any questions or to set an appointment to view! Contact: Sheldon Wellborn (254) 974-2082
$9,525,000  •  300 acres
Flying C Ranch (CP Longhorns) General Description: The Flying C Ranch is extremely unique and offers some astonishing views of Denton County. Located roughly an hour from the DFW metroplex, this property is directly off Highway 51 and offers great road frontage. A private pipe entrance welcomes you into the property and is secured by video surveillance, always keeping its owner and guests safe and secure. A gravel driveway takes you to the homesite and headquarters of the ranch. The 2,000 square foot barndominium has attached a 60x80 airplane hangar; sitting on an elevated hill, it overlooks lush pastures and presents a spacious view for many miles. Behind the homesite is a large 40x100 commodity barn, that also covers some of the cattle working station. Various pipe holding pens, a squeeze chute, and loading dock make up the cattle facility. Adjacent to the headquarters is a 3500' grass airstrip. The land has a soft roll to it. Strategic and responsible land stewardship practices have been in place for the last 20 years, ensuring the integrity of it's grasses, soils, and the overall well-being of the ranch. Maintaining one of the highest points in Denton County, this property bestows incredible views in every direction. Although the ranch has been utilized to accommodate the current owners purebred cattle business, there is immense potential for it to proceed in commercial business and development endeavors. Location: Located in the Prairies and Pineywoods West region of Texas, this property demonstrates the immense beauty that the Denton County countryside offers. Roughly an hour from DFW, the ranch presents a convenient route to all the major outlets the metroplex has to offer you including being within an hour of the DFW airport. Eagles Canyon Raceway is a recent business development mere minutes from the ranch, as well as Fossil Pointe Sporting Grounds; both very popular sites. The property has approximately 1,300 feet of highway frontage; as the DFW metroplex expands closer, so will the attractiveness and value of this property. Legal Description: A1239A THOMAS, TR 1C(1), 300.0 ACRES Ranch History: The Flying C Ranch has been an operating Longhorn breeder for the last 20 years. The ranch has raised an astonishing amount of award-winning champion cattle within the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America, as well as being recognized as a top breeder in the nation. In order for these first-class cattle to thrive, it is obvious that the ranch management practices have met a strict and responsible criteria of keeping land stewardship a foundational focus during its existence. Commercial & Development Potential: The ranch is located adjacent to Highway 51 and offers an opportunity to develop from a commercial standpoint; in various directions. Roughly a mile West from the ranch is the luxurious Fossil Pointe Sporting Grounds. It is a 5-star gun range and lodge that has been recognized as one of the best in the DFW area. Secondly, Eagles Canyon Raceway is also very close to the ranch and is a luxurious commercial outfit. It's primary use is for owners of sports cars to use the raceway, stay on-sight, and have personal garages for their vehicles at the raceway. This area will ultimately experience great commercial development in the years to come and the Flying C Ranch is set up to accommodate your next successful business venture. Grasses & Vegetation: The ranch is comprised of various medium and tall native grasses. Last year, 45 acres was planted in WW-B Dahl and it performed very well. The ranch is perfectly suited for planting and implementing a rotational grazing program. There are few trees on the property, mainly open pastures, making it best suited for cattle and/or horses. Wildlife & Hunting: There has been minimal Whitetail Deer hunting pressure on the property for many years. The last mature buck that was harvested, scored in the 140s class B&C. Feral hogs, turkey, and various native birds also frequent the property. Water: 2 ponds on the ranch provide great opportunities for fishing with family or to simply use as a place to relax. Each pond is roughly 3 acres in size, and all remain in great condition with no leaking. Minerals: 0% Easements: Gas Pipeline (Targa), Oil & Gas (Lime Rock Resources) School District: Slidell ISD Airports: Private airstrip (Flying C Ranch)3500' grass airstrip, Denton Enterprise Airport, DFW International Airport Hospitals: Wise Health System East & West campuses Proximity to Metropolitan Areas: Dallas 68 miles (1 hr. 20 mins) Fort Worth 54 miles (50 mins) Waco 140 miles (2 hr. 20 mins) San Antonio 305 miles (5 hr. 30 mins.) Contact: Sheldon Wellborn (254) 974-2082
$699,000  •  10 acres
This beautiful property is now available and we are so excited to offer it! Sitting on 10 acres, offering great views but also the seclusion and privacy of country living. Stepping into the main house immediately brings the atmosphere of a lodge you'd find in the mountains of Wyoming. Offering 3 bedrooms, 2 and half baths, a stunning kitchen and plenty of room to entertain family and guests! From the enormous fireplace to the beetle kill pine wood trimmed in metal encompassing the entire house; this home is full of history and stories! Have your own organic farm or raise livestock. Seller will convey his chickens and the right kind of buyer as these are his egg laying pets. Great location, minutes to Hamilton, Circle T Arena, Hico and Hwy 281 or Hwy 36. Could be a cowboy's paradise! This is truly a one of a kind in the area! Contact: Sheldon Wellborn (254) 974-2082 Directions: Take Hwy 281 or Hwy 36 to Hamilton, in Hamilton take E. Baker past the Dairy Queen, follow to FM 1241, you will see a two story barndominium on the right about 3 miles out from town, there are a lot of mailboxes where you turn. Gate has Texas flag sign.
$1,170,000  •  60 acres
General Description: This section of the Johnson Ranch being offered is extremely unique and offers some astonishing views of Bosque County. Located just 6 miles from Clifton, this property is just off of County Road 4150 (fully paved). A secluded private entrance and driveway ushers you into the property and its boundaries widen as you progress. Since this property is located in the Norse Historic District, “Norse Hill” also resides on the property and offers a breath-taking view at 797 feet! A variety of wildlife roam the area and the tranquility of country living encompasses the entire property. There are numerous areas to build a home or weekend cabin to enjoy with friends and family. Sprawling topography changes spill over the property and serve as a bold reminder as to why this part of Bosque County is known as the “Top of The Hill Country”. Location: Located in the Edwards Plateau region of Texas, this property demonstrates the immense beauty that Bosque County offers. Only 6 miles from the widely historic and popular area of Clifton, you don’t have to go far to shop, eat, and entertain your guests. The property lies directly in the middle of the Norse Historic District and has always been an attractive and extremely popular area to own property. Legal Description: ABST A0423 JONES, J M UNDIVIDED INTEREST Ranch History: The Johnson Ranch has been in the same family for over 100 years. This is the first time since the 1920’s that any part of it has been offered for sale. In the past, this section of the ranch was used as a cattle operation and for farming. During the mid-1850’s this area of Bosque County, known as the Norse Historic District, was settled vastly by Norwegian immigrants. They used this land to settle, raise their families, worship, and to start a new life. Just down the road from the Johnson Ranch, sits “Our Saviors Lutheran Church”, built by the Norwegians in the 1870’s and is still operating today. Land & Topography: The ranch is comprised of various native grasses, Oak trees, Pecans, Cedars, and surprising rolling hills. Once entering the property, the land is fairly flat and level, but upon further progression, one will notice the changes in elevation and hills that make up the vast topography changes. Shredded trails allow for great navigation around the property with precise direction. The land has recently been used for grazing commercial cattle but has not been overgrazed or damaging in any way. Rotational grazing and land stewardship practices have been fundamental to the current family ownership, for the last 100 years. Soil Report (Top 3): • Eckrant very cobbly silty clay, 1-5% slope, very stoney (42.95% - 33.16 ac.) • Brackett-Eckrant association, hilly (27.27% - 21.05 ac.) • Denton Silty Clay, 1-3% slope (11.79% - 9.1 ac.) Grasses/Vegetation: Various native grasses comprise the property. Main ones (but not limited to) are: Big Bluestem, Sideoats Grama, Blue Grama, Beardgrass, Tall Fescue, Lovegrass, Dallis Grass, etc. From the soil report above, it illustrates that the property can sustain limited to moderate farming and is also suited for grazing and wildlife. Cattle: Due to the rocky terrain, few improved pastures, and moderate brushy cover, it would be recommended to not exceed 1 AU (cow)/10-12 acres; ensuring the integrity of the land and preventing overgrazing. The property is currently under an active Ag Exemption. Wildlife & Hunting: There has been no hunting on the property for the last 20 years. With the hunting pressure being absent, larger whitetail bucks have matured and frequent the area during the rut and throughout the hunting season. Turkey, feral hogs, bobcats, and various native birds are also familiar to the area. There is a small pasture that would be ideal to plant a food plot in and various locations to set up corn feeders and hunting blinds. Minerals: 0% Easements: Gas Pipeline (ATMOS) School District: Clifton ISD Airports: Clifton Municipal Field, Union Island Airport, Talley Airport TX48, Waco Regional Hospitals: Goodall Witcher Hospital Proximity to Metropolitan Areas: • Dallas 102 miles (1 hr. 40 mins.) • Fort Worth 88 miles (1 hr. 30 mins.) • Waco 42 miles (50 mins.) • San Antonio 203 miles (3 hrs. 10 mins.) Contact: Sheldon Wellborn (254) 974-2082
$200,000  •  1.42 acres
Beautiful lot with native grass meadows and nice tree cover. Long vistas will offer a scenic homesite. Tranquil development of 78 lots with only a few homes built. Paved road. Location is 9 miles west of Marble Falls. Great Hill Country views including some Lake LBJ views!! Minimal clearing has been done removing all cedar and this lot has no granite!! The Lot is centrally located 15 minutes from dining, shopping and a boat ramp on Lake LBJ!! Contact: Wally Welch (830) 708-4585
$175,000  •  0.8 acres
The Pointe in Kingsland offers 78 homesites and with only a handful of homes - it is a very serene location. Great views of the upper end of Lake LBJ within 15 minutes of dining, shopping and a boat ramp!! The Seller has done minimal clearing removing most of the cedar; a big plus is no granite. Water and Electricity are available. This lot is ready for your new home! Contact: Wally Welch (830) 708-4585
$225,000  •  1.25 acres
Gated Community with incredible views from one of the highest elevation lots in Lookout Mountain West in Kingsland, TX. This lot is the perfect place to build your next home serenity and beautiful views of the Texas Hill Country. Public boat ramp is nearby. Great views of the upper end of Lake LBJ within 15 minutes of dining, shopping, and a boat ramp! This lot has no granite and 90% of the cedar removed leaving oaks, small persimmon bushes and two large mesquite trees!! The Seller had plans of building the forever custom home on this lot so purchased Lot 8 which buts up to Lot 18 on the downhill lake side so no one could build and obstruct the view, a water meter has been installed and extensive excavation was completed at a large cost to prepare for the custom home but things changed and both lots are for sale!!
$2,500,000  •  12 acres
Oakcrest Farms Shepard Hill Rd, Willis, TX Every so often an opportunity to own something “special” arises… Welcome to Oakcrest Farms, 12 acres of tranquility in beautiful Montgomery County, near Lake Conroe. The owners of this stunning offering took their time as they carefully planned their vision for their property. The main house was painstakingly detailed not just for aesthetic beauty but for efficiency as well. Details such as window placement, how the light plays through the house, and natural airflow. The custom cabinetry in the home is crafted by the owners, making it “one of a kind”. The home was designed with a spacious entry, large living area with windows to capture the views, three bedrooms, three and one-half baths, spacious utility, pantry, closets and storage areas. Graced with a screened porch that creates quiet space to sit and overlooks the lower pasture where the horses and deer graze. Fireplaces create ambience in the living area and on the porch, the home is truly a sanctuary. There are so many special details to this home that it is best to see it in person! In addition to the main house, the owners have remodeled what is believed to have been the original home on the property and transformed it into a charming one bedroom, one and a half bath cottage with the same crafted cabinetry. Flooring is woodgrain waterproof vinyl throughout. The use of space is the best I have seen. The custom cabinets and drawers in the kitchen offer an organized space for everything. The bedroom is spacious with a king size bed with floating nightstands. A laundry room is located immediately off the bedroom and bathroom. The bathroom has a walk-in glass shower, bamboo walls, and ample storage. A custom murphy bunkbed off the living area offers additional sleeping. The cottage opens to a front porch decked with rocking chairs and overlooking the land below. Gorgeous landscaping of both dwellings create bird and butterfly havens. Nearby is a lovely building that houses the well and offers tool storage along with a great woodworking shop that can be used as is or transformed into other uses! A tack and feed room offers additional storage, and a covered alleyway adjoins this building with two stalls, along with a third extra stall at the back of the building creates a barn area. Behind the stalls is a covered concrete wash rack with a stock that converts for grooming and an adjacent barn yard. The barnyard opens to a lane that leads to the lower pasture. Water and electricity are strategically placed on the property. The last building on the property is an extra-large three stall stand-alone garage with two electric garage doors and a third manual. Behind this building is a covered porch to store firewood. The lay of the land is beautiful with lush grasses and a wide variety of hardwoods. Several of the trees must be centuries old. The overall beauty of Oakcrest Farms would be pleasing to the most discerning eye. ---To see a detailed list of property improvements, click the link to view the property brochure---
Cynthia Inman

Cynthia Inman
5049 Edwards Ranch Rd 4th Floor
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Office: 817-366-3850