Drew Colvin & Mike Bacon


Drew Colvin is a Director and Partner of Texas Ranch Brokers LLC. Drew was founder of Circle C Properties, a successful real estate company specializing in ranches, land, wildlife and commercial real estate investment properties. A native Texan raised in a ranching community, Drew combines his experience in executive management with his expertise in real estate brokerage throughout Texas and Northern Mexico. Drew’s experience was originally built on 20 years of experience as senior management for several distinguished international insurance brokerage firms whose clientele consisted of Fortune 100 multinationals in the international oil and gas sector. Building upon this experience and lessons learned, in 2003 Drew and his wife Susan established Circle C Ranch Sales to serve a specialized and select clientele with an exceptional level of personal service, integrity, experience and professionalism. Email Drew at: drew@txranchbrokers.com Call Drew at: 512-755-2078

Mike Bacon is a Director and Partner/Broker of Texas Ranch Brokers. LLC. Mike established Bacon Investments, Inc. in 1984, whose primary focus was Hill Country and Central Texas land. Mike has enjoyed a great relationship with clients and fellow Brokers over 32+ years. Mike strives to provide the highest level of service to Buyers, Sellers, and Brokers/Agents. His clientele includes executives, investors, developers, and families looking to purchase “Legacy” ranches for generational enjoyment. Mike genuinely cares about the people he works with and values the friendships made during his career in land sales. He has a good working relationship with fellow brokers/agents in all parts of Texas. Integrity, loyalty, longevity, knowledge, and confidentiality are the hallmarks of his service. Repeat Buyers, Sellers, and referrals make up a large portion of Mike’s business. Email Mike at: mike@txranchbrokers.com Call Mike at: 512-940-8800

$1,999,000  •  696 acres
Once a part of the famous Noyes Ranch, the Little Dipper Ranch is an outstanding 696 acre ranch in Concho and Menard Counties. It is conveniently located around 20 miles WSW of Brady and approximately 20 miles ESE of Eden. The property is about one hour east of San Angelo and 2.5 hours from Austin or San Antonio. The property fronts CR 3477 (Callan Rd.). The land is only 15 minutes from great fishing at Brady Reservoir. The property has a lot of character due to the diverse soils and tree cover. It has the feeling of different ranches under one fence. The gently rolling topography has a 100 foot elevation change and offers long views from various locations. Wildlife habitat is excellent. Tree cover consists of live oak, shin oak, and mesquite. Some areas have been cleared of brush and mesquit, leaving a park of large live oaks, good native grasses, and areas for food plots. There is a very good interior road system in place. The current owner has been told that the land is one of the strongest in the area for cattle. There are several sites that have the possibility to create water features. There is a pond that was stocked with catfish. If you like stargazing you can enjoy the jaw-dropping canvas of stars on a clear night. Water to the improvements is supplied by a shared Hickory Sand Well (3,500ft). The well services three contiguous properties and the ranch is well watered with pipelines, storage reservoirs, and troughs. There is a one bedroom, one bath hunters’ cabin, and implement barn, and a set of pipe working pens. This ranch is part of a 1,382 acre high fenced ranch. The high fence has been in place for 20+ years. The subject property will be fenced on three sides with a low partition fence dividing the other 686 +/- acres. Game includes black buck, axis, white tail, turkey, dove, and varmints. Several years ago a previous owner brought in northern genetics with several doe from Ohio. Most of the blinds and feeders will convey. If you are looking for a ranch with a lot of character and great hunting, the Little Dipper Ranch is worth a look. The owner is willing to sell the additional 686 +/- acres. It will include a very nice 3-bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home. Call broker for details. For information on this ranch call listing agent Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078
$1,999,000  •  696 acres
Once a part of the famous Noyes Ranch, the Little Dipper Ranch is an outstanding 696 acre ranch in Concho and Menard Counties. It is conveniently located around 20 miles WSW of Brady and approximately 20 miles ESE of Eden. The property is about one hour east of San Angelo and 2.5 hours from Austin or San Antonio. The property fronts CR 3477 (Callan Rd.). The land is only 15 minutes from great fishing at Brady Reservoir. The property has a lot of character due to the diverse soils and tree cover. It has the feeling of different ranches under one fence. The gently rolling topography has a 100 foot elevation change and offers long views from various locations. Wildlife habitat is excellent. Tree cover consists of live oak, shin oak, and mesquite. Some areas have been cleared of brush and mesquit, leaving a park of large live oaks, good native grasses, and areas for food plots. There is a very good interior road system in place. The current owner has been told that the land is one of the strongest in the area for cattle. There are several sites that have the possibility to create water features. There is a pond that was stocked with catfish. If you like stargazing you can enjoy the jaw-dropping canvas of stars on a clear night. Water to the improvements is supplied by a shared Hickory Sand Well (3,500ft). The well services three contiguous properties and the ranch is well watered with pipelines, storage reservoirs, and troughs. There is a one bedroom, one bath hunters’ cabin, and implement barn, and a set of pipe working pens. This ranch is part of a 1,382 acre high fenced ranch. The high fence has been in place for 20+ years. The subject property will be fenced on three sides with a low partition fence dividing the other 686 +/- acres. Game includes black buck, axis, white tail, turkey, dove, and varmints. Several years ago a previous owner brought in northern genetics with several doe from Ohio. Most of the blinds and feeders will convey. If you are looking for a ranch with a lot of character and great hunting, the Little Dipper Ranch is worth a look. The owner is willing to sell the additional 686 +/- acres. It will include a very nice 3-bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home. Call broker for details. For information on this ranch call listing agent Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078
$850,000  •  14 acres
A Texas home that sits on 14 acres with no restrictions, and no HOA is getting harder to find, but search no more. Enjoy the peaceful quiet country life while only being minutes from the conveniences of being close to Austin, College Station, Temple/Belton/Waco and surrounding areas. This charming barndominium has 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths and an open concept for main living space. Master is spacious. An entertainer’s paradise in the over-sized climate-controlled barn with a large office and bathroom. The shop is a 1,000 sq feet of climate controlled workspace. The acreage is fully fenced and crossed fenced and already equipped for horses, with horse stalls. The tack barn has a covered concrete space for saddling up horses, shoeing and shade. Trailers and large equipment aren’t a problem with the 14,000 sq. ft. land surface for parking and 14 electric hookups. Enjoy the sunsets under the covered patio that overlooks the acreage.
$2,500,000  •  50 acres
With an unobstructed Hill Country view stretching to the horizon, the Sunset Ranch boasts an exceptional custom-built home sited on 50 ag-exempt acres with a stocked pond and approximately 1,700’ North San Gabriel River frontage. In addition to the home, the property offers many special features which include an oversized detached garage, a shop area, an upstairs garage apartment, rain water collection system, guest house and attached office, work shop, fenced and irrigated garden area and a large patio underneath the shade of large pecan trees along the river. Most of the property is open and rolling, perfect for showcasing the beautiful seasonal wildflowers. There’s a large stand of pecan trees and some oaks down by the river and willows and cypress around the stocked pond. Virtually free of rock, the property offers good soils for gardening, food plots, sunflower fields, or improved grasses. There are not many ranches with this caliber of home complimented by live water and views. Conveniently located on CR 201A in Bertram, the ranch is just a few minutes to Bertram or Burnet, 35 minutes to Georgetown, 45 minutes to Austin, less than 3 hours to Dallas and about 3 hours to Houston. Built to the owner’s specifications in 2008 and tastefully landscaped, this beautiful home boasts exceptional quality inside and out. The main home is an impressive 3476 sq. ft. (Burnet CAD) stone exterior home, featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and 1 half bath. No expense was spared in constructing this home of the very finest materials. Entering the home thru the double wood/glass doors, you immediately are taken in by the soaring ceilings in the living area complete with huge cedar beams, floor to ceiling stone wood-burning fireplace and tile flooring throughout the living area. The open concept kitchen/living/dining area has large windows to bring in plenty of light. The kitchen features a large island, ceiling height custom cabinets, sile stone counter tops, farm style sink, walk-in pantry, gas cook top and single oven. The study features solid mesquite flooring and built-in bookshelves and sliding doors to access the covered patio. The owner’s suite has beautiful antique long leaf pine flooring, tray ceiling and a screened in porch. The on-suite bath has his/her counters, jetted soaking tub, and a walk-in shower. Extra - large utility room and separate mud room complete the functionality of this one-of-a kind home. Outdoor living at the ranch was carefully thought out and designed for entertaining. The covered veranda contains an outdoor kitchen and gorgeous rock fireplace, they are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the peaceful serenity and natural beauty of the land and wildlife. The 2-car garage is a detached and oversized with a work area and built-in cabinets. Built over the garage is a multi-functional 1 bed room 1 bath apartment with a kitchen area. The property is serviced one excellent water well and a 29,000-gallon rainwater collection system and complete water treatment and filtration system. The guest house is the ultimate man cave. Built in 2004 & 06 and located at the far end of the property it is shaded by huge trees. Consisting of 3-bedrooms (one utilized as an office) 2 baths with open kitchen/living/dining areas and workshop. The large workshop is finished out with cabinets and work surfaces, suited to carry out most any task you could have for it. For warm summer afternoons or family gatherings there is the patio down by the river that offers a respite from the city life. Lightly restrictions, fully fenced perimeter, high fenced irrigated garden area and a partitioned off dog run behind the garage, this is a very private home place. Very special and very rare but available to just one fortunate buyer, make an appointment today for a private showing. Custom Item Summary  50 +/- ag exempt acres  Automatic gate with key pad access  Constant level & stocked pond  Paved parking area/turn around  Custom Built 3476 sq. ft. home  Barndo with attached workshop and covered porches  Oversized 2 car garage with upstairs garage apartment  Spray on closed cell foam insulation  Lincoln casement windows  29,000-gallon rainwater collection system  Water Well  Variable speed acculink system heat pumps and AC system with transferrable 10-year warranty  Fresh air and humidity control system  Hot water recirculation system to supply instant hot water in kitchen and powder room  Sound System with 2 speakers installed in each room ceiling and on the back veranda (control unit & amplifier located in study room closed with other electronic devices  Alarm System  Outdoor Shower  Irrigation system for flower beds  On slab picnic area with stone firepit  Standing seam metal roof  Covered walkway between house and garage
$1,250,000  •  10 acres
Beautiful Tuscan-style 10-acre estate located in a private gated subdivision. Enter the fully fenced property thru an automatic gate and meander down the granite gravel drive to the stone/stucco 2-story home. Enter the home thru double beveled glass doors into the formal entry hall with tile floors and a lovely mosaic insert. You are immediately taken in by the floor to ceiling wall of windows in the main living area where mesquite floors and a massive stone fireplace complete the look. The baker’s kitchen features a large marble island, farm-style sink, gas cooktop and a double oven. Kitchen, living and dining all open. Also featured is a nice wet bar with wine refrigerator. The master suite and an office are downstairs, 3 bedrooms and media room upstairs with balconies off the media room and bedrooms. Property also includes a flagstone/cool-deck patio with pavilion and stone firepit complete with stone bench. Additional amenities include the detached 3 car garage with porta cache, RV storage, metal/on slab workshop and a 2-stall horse barn with tack room.
$200,000  •  20 acres
A great 20 acres to build your dream home or weekend getaway. 10 minutes from Lometa, 25 minutes to Lampasas, and 1.5 hours to Austin. Good tree cover that includes large oaks, elm, and cedar. An open meadow is ideal for a food plot. The property has Simms Creek frontage and there is a seasonal creek that offers the potential for a pond or lake. Game includes deer, turkey, dove, and varmints. Electricity has been ordered will be run to the property. There is a Corix waterline on the rear of the property. Buyer needs to check with Corix on the availability of a meter. There will be some light restrictions. Looking for more land? There is an adjoining 20, 40, or 60 acres available
$5,500,000  •  185.97 acres
The Double D Ranch is an impressive 186 +/- acre, high-fenced hunting and recreational ranch located just minutes from Bertram and Burnet and less than an hour drive from Austin. The ranch has been improved and managed with the utmost attention to detail. This move-in ready, turn-key showplace is ideally suited for family and guests to enjoy, whether hunting, fishing or just sitting back and relaxing while enjoying the views. A labor of love, the owner succeeded in creating an exceptional game ranch. The whitetail genetics introduced to the ranch has created an outstanding whitetail herd producing bucks over 200 B&C. Exotics on the ranch include Blackbuck, Axis and Fallow Deer. This ranch has a well-managed habitat and a well-planned road system with feeder and blind placement to optimize the hunting. Much of the cedar has been removed over the years, enabling the native grasses to thrive for wildlife. Starting at the custom-gated entrance a paved drive meanders a short distance to the 4700 Sq/Ft. Texas Stone home. The main house features an open concept floor plan with plenty of east-facing windows designed to take in the hill country views and the flagstone patio and in-ground pool. The 2-story home has 4 bedrooms (master and one guest down) 3 baths, a downstairs office and 2 first floor living areas. This immaculately maintained home features rustic iron and glass entry doors, high ceilings, stained concrete flooring downstairs and carpet up, an impressive 2-sided stone fireplace. The kitchen is well appointed with granite countertops, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a Wolf gas cooktop. For the guests there is a 2-story, 4 bedroom/2bath barndominium with an open kitchen/living and dining area, large storage/workshop area and a 24’ X 28’ attached covered slab with 14’ of clearance that can be used as a spacious patio or RV storage area. Further amenities include a detached 3 car-carport, 2 metal barns on slab, 2 water wells, two side by side ATVs, several quality protein feeders, and hunting blinds, bulk feed hopper and all of the equipment needed to properly maintain the ranch. Fish in the stocked tank, ride ATVs thru the many paths, watch the wildlife, including trophy class whitetail, axis deer and blackbuck antelopes, swim, roast marshmallows or enjoy good drink around the fire pit, entertain family and guests –or just relax and enjoy the solitude. Highly desirable but only available to only one fortunate buyer. There is possible owner financing. Call for your private showing today.
$11,250,000  •  2,554 acres
7 D Ranch Hidden away in the heart of the Texas Hill Country with dramatic views of San Saba County is found the 1277 +/- acre 7D ranch where hunting, entertaining and ranching are the preferred way of life. This is an exceptional opportunity for a trophy Hill Country ranch with four large-fenced pastures that are watered via the 18+ surface water stock tanks, and county water throughout. For the avid hunter and outdoor sportsman, it is home to trophy deer, turkey, quail, hogs, and varmints. The ranch is TPWD Level III MLD and has a game fenced perimeter of 80% of the ranch. The deer have been managed for over 20 years, which makes for some impressive bucks. For the cattleman there is also an interior trap connected by a fenced lane all the way to the welded pipe working pens. Fencing is in good to excellent condition throughout the ranch. All of this combined with the stunning lodge makes the 7D a very special opportunity. Improvements: Built to the owner’s specifications in 2014, the 5,475 square foot ranch house is sited upon the highest point on the ranch with big views that are typically hard to find. Being of custom timber frame construction, the two-story ranch house has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths with a downstairs master, as well two half baths. It can sleep a dozen or more comfortably. No expense was spared in constructing this impressive home with white oak floors and trim all finished by hand. Everything from the cabinets to the fixtures are custom, and the rooms, closets and bathrooms are all large enough for a corporate style Lodge. Exterior of the home, porches, pool deck and the main ranch entry are all built with native stone from the ranch. Outdoor living at the ranch was carefully thought out and designed perfectly for entertaining large groups. There are several thousand feet of wrap around porches, perfect for enjoying the scenery and wildlife, a flagstone patio with an in-ground pool that overlooks the entire ranch. Ancillary structures include an oversized 2 car detached carport and a smoke house with BBQ pits that rival Coopers BBQ in Llano. Included in the offering is a large 4,000 square foot pole barn for equipment storage, ten custom-built 2 person insulated deer stands that are 66’ tall on steel stands along with 18-1,000 lb. feeders, a walk-in deer cooler, covered cleaning area and a 3,000 square foot insulated shop on a slab. Habitat & Topography: Exceptionally scenic Hill Country, the topography consists of plateaus combined with rolling post oak draws and drainages, mesquite-treed pastures, and native grasses beneficial to both cattle and wildlife. The elevation ranges from 1,330 feet to 1,484 feet above sea level. The 7D Ranch has 5 plateaus that create drainages and multiple large rock bottom creeks and hardwood draws throughout. The plateaus also provide stunning panoramic views overlooking the land. The property grasses are bluestem, windmill grass, switchgrass and side oats gramma. There are some areas of improved grasses and food plots for the game. Wildlife, Hunting: Teeming with wildlife; deer, turkey and quail appear to be in great condition with no active hunting leases in place. Drainages off the plateaus and 18+ stocked surface water tanks keep the game animals well-watered and challenge the angler. The MLD Level III managed native deer herd is only hunted by owners and friends. 20 years of managing the native herd with the ranch producing bucks in the high 150s and 160s B&C and a few 180s have been taken. Location: Situated on CR 117 northwest of San Saba and only a few minutes to groceries and shopping, a little over two and half hours from Fort Worth, four hours from Houston, 90 minutes from Austin and 45 minutes from Llano or Lampasas. Additional Information: The ranch can be purchased in two combinations, both with separate entrances off county roads. It can be purchased as the entire ranch and lodge, or just the East Division, which is 1,277 acres with no improvements other than fencing and a nice deer herd. Taxes: Ag exempt $21,208.45 Property rights: Owner has 100% of wind rights which will convey All owned mineral rights will convey with sale of ranch.
$230,400  •  11.52 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$231,600  •  11.58 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$255,400  •  12.77 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$199,368  •  11.08 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$218,970  •  12.17 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$218,970  •  12.17 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$236,900  •  13.17 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$218,970  •  12.17 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$218,970  •  12.17 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$218,970  •  12.17 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$220,878  •  12.27 acres
Come see Starke Farms located off E. Travis Road in Holland Texas. Holland Texas is located between Austin & Waco, ten miles east of Salado off interstate 35. It is a rich blackland farm community in southern Bell County just North of the Williamson County Line. Small affordable attractive, Holland I.S.D. will be a great place to live for a family setting, or retire with low tax rate and rare acreage opportunity. Contact broker for restrictions. Holland Texas History: About 1860 early settlers began community life along a stretch of Darr's Creek in southeast Bell County a mile east of present-day Holland. They called their settlement Mountain Home inasmuch as it adjoined Gotcher's Hill. The settlement grew and in 1877 added James R. Holland and his steam cotton gin a mile west along Darr's Creek. Cotton was king. Construction of the tracks of the Katy (Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad) were begun. Mountain Home became Holland in 1879 with final incorporation as Holland in 1891. Community has a yearly corn festival full of family fun. Make this your community and come see today.
$375,000  •  20 acres
20 peaceful acres tucked away in a gated rural community located on Red Stag Court at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. The front of the property is covered in nice oak trees which lead the way to a building site on a rise with a panoramic view of the whole property. The rest of the land could be used to grow grass for grazing for livestock, or food plots for the wildlife, your choice. Nice neighbors with a large ranch as a neighbor on the backside of the property. Ag exemption is in place to ease the tax burden. Properties of this size are getting very hard to find in Burnet County especially those with these features.
$3,400,000  •  216.25 acres
Majestic Oaks stand and watch over this one-of-a-kind property. Perched on a bluff overlooking the east fork of Rocky Creek is a rock home. Home began as a log cabin and has been added to over the years. The rock work is a wonderful example of craftsmanship. Awaiting the updating touch of the right visionary, this 3-bedroom, 2 bath home could be a quant weekend getaway or residence. Year-round water in Rocky Creek winds thru part of the ranch. Two wells and several stock tanks provide ample supply of a critical component to any operation. Fenced & crossed fenced, with two sides being high fenced, this property lends itself to hay production, tillage for crops, cattle operation or equestrian endeavors. Whitetail deer, turkey and the occasional exotic roam thru the property. Numerous large steel buildings, pole barns and rock sheds provide ample space for just about any endeavor one might imagine. Don't miss this rare and unique opportunity to be a part of a truly special place!!! Shown by appointment only. Call Randy Lenz 512-787-6978.
$785,000  •  4.02 acres
BRING YOUR HORSES!! Nice 3/2 Ranch Style Home on 4, unrestricted, high fenced acres overlooking a large stock pond and all the beauty the Texas Hill Country has to offer. A separate guest house/tenant quarters is a like new 2019 model 3/2 manufactured home. There is also a large 2000sqft barn with electricity and water plumbed to it and an airconditioned shop/man cave and well pump house building. At the Main House, you can sit on the swing on the large front porch and enjoy the beautiful hill country views. The front yard is well shaded and fenced for dogs along with covered parking and a separate fenced back yard with a couple of producing fruit trees. This property has plenty of privacy as it backs up to large ranch and the perimeter is completely high fenced. The Main House has a nice wood burning natural stone fireplace that was well used and appreciated during the big freeze of 2021. Master bedroom is large with his and hers walk in closets. The other 2 bedrooms offer plenty of space for an office or children’s rooms. Massive Oak Trees shade the house and several others provide plenty of shade for animals. Barn has turnout pens(also high fenced)and plenty of room for horses, hay, feed, tractors, 4 wheelers, and 4H/FFA show animals. Solar powered entry gate. Convenient location between Dripping Springs and Johnson City just 1.3 miles from the intersection of Hwy 290 and Hwy 281 make it easy to get to Austin, San Antonio, Fredericksburg, Marble Falls. Call Listing Agent Brad Wilcox 512 461-7042.
$3,800,000  •  1,382 acres
Carved out of the iconic Noyes Ranch, Estrella is an outstanding 1,382 acres of true Texas ranch country. The property has a lot of character due to the diverse soils and tree cover. It has the feeling of different ranches under one fence. The gently rolling topography has a 100 foot elevation change and offers long views from various locations. Wildlife habitat is excellent. Tree cover consists of live oak, shin oak, and mesquite. Some areas have been cleared of brush and mesquite, leaving a park of large live oaks, good native grasses, and areas for food plots. The current owner has been told that the land is one of the strongest in the area for cattle. There is a very good interior road system in place. Fountain Creek (intermittent) meanders across the property and there are several stocked tanks to provide permanent water on the property. Water to the improvements is supplied by a shared Hickory Sand Well (3,500ft). The well services three contiguous properties and the ranch is well watered with pipelines, storage reservoirs, and troughs. Improvements include a 3 bedroom, 2 bath double wide home (approx. 1,920 sq. ft.). The home is in very good condition and has a great covered porch to enjoy the sunsets. In addition to the home is a 1 bedroom, one bath hunters’ cabin, an implement barn, and a set of pipe working pens. The ranch has been high fenced for 20+ years and game includes: black buck, axis, white tail, turkey, dove, and varmints. Several years ago a previous owner brought in northern genetics with several doe from Ohio. Most of the blinds and feeders will convey. Located approximately 20 miles WSW of Brady and approximately 20 miles ESE of Eden. The property fronts CR 3477 (Callan Rd.) If you are looking for a ranch with exceptional value, a lot of character, and great hunting, Estrella is worth a look. The owner is offering roughly half the land, 696ac +/-, for sale as Little Dipper Ranch. Please see separate listing. For information on this ranch call listing agent Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078
$139,900  •  5.39 acres
This beautiful little property offers many of the features that just can’t be found inside city limit boundaries anymore. It is located just 10 minutes SE of Kempner in a quiet gated rural subdivision on a high point overlooking the Lampasas River Valley and close to 360-degree views of the surrounding area hills. The hard work has been done as all unwanted underbrush and cedar has been removed leaving only the best hardwood trees that add to the charm and aesthetic character of the property. There are Live oaks, Post Oaks, Spanish Oaks and Elm trees dotting the landscape and there is a great building site that overlooks the valley. There are common areas so that landowners can enjoy the Lampasas River and all that it has to offer. It is very hard to find so many positives in a property this size but it delivers on expectations. There is an electrical line running along the boundary. A water well will be needed. An Ag Exempt is currently in place to ease the tax bite. The property is less than 10 minutes from Kempner, 20 minutes from Lampasas, 10 minutes from Copperas Cove, 20 minutes from Killeen, and about 1 hr. 15 minutes from Austin. The property is ready for you to establish your dream home and just kick back, enjoy the quiet, and view the world from your hilltop sanctuary.
$1,904,000  •  272 acres
The 272+/- acres is located in San Saba County just southwest of San Saba. The eastern border has over 2,000’ RR 1030 frontage, along with good frontage also on CR 314. The main ranch has been blessed with an Artesian well that produces some of the best water you’ll ever taste! There is a possibility that a second well of the same quality could be drilled on the 272. The well could be drilled at a deeper depth to produce even more water if someone wanted a large-scale irrigation system. This is a very fertile/productive ranch providing wheat pastures for harvest and cattle forage with approx. 260 tillable acres. The Pecan trees are massive and plentiful, producing a substantial commercial crop. There’s plenty of cross fencing to help manage grazing and separate livestock during farming operations. The ranch can carry approx. 40 cows and their calves comfortably. If you want to feed calves on wheat, you can feed out approx. 150 head. This immaculate well cared for ranch with little to no rock and its many diversified uses, make it one of the most desirable ranches in San Saba County. Stock ponds also provide water for livestock and wildlife. With abundant Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Dove and Hogs, hunting can be excellent on The Bagley Ranch. Contact listing agent Brad Wilcox 512-461-7042 for any questions or appointment. Property is being co listing agent Darlene Wilson with True Source Realty.
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