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
$12,750,000  •  2,582.24 acres
SRK River Ranch 2,582.24 Acres The Ranch property contains 2,582.24 acres of land located along northeast side of FM 500, about one mile north of CR 215 and approximately fifteen miles northwest of San Saba in San Saba County, Texas. The property offers a wide variety of topographical relief from gently sloping improved pasture to rolling and steeply sloping native pasture. The property provides a total change in elevation of about 180 feet with the main drainage features being Cottonwood Creek, Turkey Creek and the Colorado River. Sandy loam soils typical of the neighborhood are dispersed over the subject with numerous sandstone outcrops on the upland native pastures. Tree cover consists of a variety of oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, willow, pecan and mesquite trees. The property has been well-maintained over time with very little cedar tree regrowth. It has a desirable mixture of land types with about 175 acres in open improved pasture, 10 acres in pecan orchard and the balance being in wooded native pasture. There are numerous earthen stock tanks on the property which reportedly hold water throughout the year. A private well and meters from Richland Springs WSC provide potable water to the subject dwellings and livestock water troughs. The entire property is enclosed within standard height barb wire fencing in good condition. Wildlife species on the ranch are typical of the neighborhood, including whitetail deer, hog, turkey, dove and quail. Several of the earthen tanks are also stocked with bass. The property is physically capable of supporting a wide range of land uses dominated by outdoor recreation, livestock production and use as a large acreage home site. The property is improved with a 3,267 SF (living area) main house, a guest cabin, two ranch hand houses, and various out-buildings. The main house is a high-quality residence suitable for owner occupancy on a full or part-time basis. The house design is well suited to occupancy by the owner and for guest lodging along with entertainment. The guest cabin is very functional and provides additional guest lodging. The two ranch hand houses are modest in size and design, representing older dates of construction. These two dwellings have historically been used by ranch employees. The outbuildings include a barn, equipment shed and horse barn which complement the livestock production and outdoor recreational uses of the ranch. These out-buildings are highly functional and are utilized for a multitude of ranch functions. The property is located outside the boundaries of any municipality and is not subject to zoning. The property is subject to the regulations of San Saba County regarding the installation and operation of on-site septic systems as well as any subdivision of the property. Land Uses: The area neighborhood has historically been owned in larger ranch units with trends over the past thirty years toward division into smaller units. Ownerships remain typically above 100 acres with several ranches above 500 acres. The balance of neighborhood properties consists of acreage home sites, recreational and livestock-based land uses. Guest Cabin: The guest cabin is located southwest of the main house, containing a total of 1,394 SF of living area. The cabin represents wood frame construction on a pier-and-beam foundation with masonry and concrete fiber board siding on the exterior walls and a corrugated metal roof. A 410 SF covered porch is attached to the front of the cabin as well as a 230 SF enclosed screen porch. The floorplan provides two bedrooms and two baths with a bunkroom, open dining/kitchen/living area and pantry/utility room. Interior finishes include rustic wood floors and barn wood panel walls and ceilings. The cabin utilizes central heat and air for interior climate control. An on-site septic system handles wastewater disposal. The guest cabin represents older original construction with additions and remodeling occurring within the past fifteen years. Ranch Hand Houses: There are two ranch hand houses located on the southwestern portion of the subject near FM 500. These two modest dwellings consist of wood frame construction with siding exteriors and sheet metal roofs. One house contains about 900 SF and is built on a concrete slab foundation while the second house utilizes a pier-and-beam foundation and contains about 1,350 SF. Both structures use window units for cooling and space heaters with on-site septic systems handling wastewater disposal. These houses are occupied full-time by employees of the ownership. The age of the houses is unknown but is estimated to have been built in the 1950’s. A ±700 SF detached garage is situated south of the ranch hand houses. This structure is supported by a wood pole frame with corrugated sheet metal covering the sides and roof over a dirt floor. Barn: This structure encloses 2,400 SF with two 15-foot overhangs on each side for covered parking and storage. The barn utilizes a steel frame and has cypress wood exterior walls supported by a concrete slab foundation with a sheet metal roof and sliding doors on each end. There is a 180 SF screened game processing room located on the northwest corner of the building connecting to a walk-in cooler. The barn is used for ranch vehicle maintenance, game processing, as a workshop and for storage of lumber, tools and supplies. The barn was built in about 2003. Equipment Shed: This structure consists of pipe and steel frame construction with open sides and a sheet metal roof. The canopy covers approximately 2,700 SF and has a dirt floor. The equipment shed was built in about 2015. Horse Barn: This building was constructed on a pipe and steel frame with cypress wood covering the exterior walls and a sheet metal roof. The horse barn is open on two sides and contains a total of about 5,145 SF under roof. The six stalls and covered pen have a dirt floor while the tack room, storage room and wash areas are on a concrete slab. The tack and storage rooms are fully enclosed with cedar siding walls. A 240 SF covered porch on a concrete slab is attached to the north side of the building. The structure is used for care of horses and livestock and is connected to a set of pipe livestock working pens on its south and east sides. The horse barn was built in about 2006. Ranch Improvements: The ranch contains a good network of interior ranch roads that are maintained by ranch employees using a road grader and bulldozer. In addition, the property contains numerous earthen stock tanks scattered throughout which serve as water sources for livestock and wildlife. Many of these earthen tanks are stocked with bass. The largest tank contains approximately 3½ surface acres and has a covered fishing pier. Water: The ranch is located within the Richland Springs Water Supply Corporation’s (WSC) Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) Boundaries. Potable water for use on the property is supplied by Richland Springs WSC meters and by an on-site private well. Livestock water is supplemented by numerous earthen stock tanks. Wastewater: The ranch building improvements utilize on-site septic systems for wastewater disposal. Fencing: The perimeter of the ranch is fenced with standard-height 7-strand barb wire fencing on a mixture of wood and steel posts in good condition. Portions of the property are also cross-fenced. Easements: Subject to survey. Typical utility easements for water, telephone and electric service cross the property. Based on information from the seller, the property is encumbered by several access easements to property owners adjoining the north boundary. These easements follow existing ranch roads. Minerals: Negotiable, and subject to title inspection. Water Rights: The ranch property contains 65 acre-feet of water rights out of the Colorado River with a priority date of December 31, 1963. Rare and unique, anything comparable will be very hard to find, you owe it to yourself to see it before its gone. Call today for a private showing contact Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 or Mike Bacon 512-940-8800.
$250,000  •  4.01 acres
4.01 ACRES HIGH VISIBILITY... COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES OR INVESTMENT! Unique rare commercial property zoned C-3. Great visibility from State Highway 29 and Algerita Road. Basically, sloping tract for your choice of commercial uses, PEC power poles, perimeter fenced for livestock. Perfect property to build a personal residence and have adjacent business use. Acreage has multiple uses located in such close proximity to city of Burnet and Bertram and area Highland Lakes. Owner/Agent call listing agent Drew Colvin 512-755-2078.
$150,000  •  100.3 acres
Great hunting land secluded with plenty of wildlife!! Plenty of brushland, which creates outstanding beauty and diversity supporting a wide variety of native and exotic game species. The terrain on the ranch varies from large wide valleys covered with live oak, hackberry, mesquite, cedar and wild persimon trees with escarpment oaks, cedar and native brush cover. Wildlife on the ranch includes native whitetail deer, free ranging exotics, such as axis deer, aoudad, fallow deer, feral hogs, turkey, quail and dove and bears. Call Tricia Singleton for more information 512-556-1398.
$1,800,000  •  105.65 acres
The Escondido Ranch, an incredible live water ranch for sale in Coryell County, is located just 15 minutes South West from Gatesville, providing high-style ranch living and commercial opportunities. An end of the road property, surrounded by large ranches. The land includes both spectacular hills and open meadows; all easily accessible by good ranch roads. Free flowing Cow House Creek; crystal clear, rock bottom pecan tree lined creek banks compliment a diverse tree canopy with hidden clearings, creating a park- like setting. It is also home to a nesting pair of Bald Eagles. Coryell County has a rich Native American history, explore for arrowheads along Cow House Creek. The ranch boasts a 3-acre private lake that is stocked with bass, perch and other native species, delivering abundant surface water and recreational opportunities such as swimming, canoeing and kayaking. All three homes water supply is currently being provided by Multi-County Water Supply, Gatesville, Texas and a private well with storage. This high fenced ranch is home to native whitetail deer that have been improved by genetic introduction, plus turkeys, axis, fallow deer, oryx and black buck antelope to name a few. Hunting has been extremely limited and the number and quality of the animals is very high. There is also an uninsulated metal equipment barn (30'x 36' with two 12' roll up doors with electric). The ranch headquarters occupies a commanding spot upon a ridge that provides a sweeping view of the surrounding Hill Country. The two-year-old three-bedroom, two bath, w/loft, house is very refined, tastefully decorated and welcoming. A well-appointed outdoor kitchen, as well as a rock fire pit, set the stage for entertaining. The homes front and rear of the home has covered patios. In addition, there are two guest houses that offers income possibilities or gives friends and extended family their privacy. A two-bedroom 1 bath guesthouse with a large kitchen and living area close to the lake and walking trails. Enjoy watching the animals in the morning with coffee or take in the gorgeous sunsets. Most often, there is a breeze rolling up from the valley every evening. The second a cabin with 2 large bedrooms, one bath, is nestled next to a shady creek. The cabin has a warm and inviting atmosphere with a rustic interior pine finish. Large windows invite the natural light and the outdoors in. Cabin and Guest Home are both being utilized as an Airbnb to provide income for the ranch. Own a special getaway, this quite-105.65-acre hidden paradise will revive your spirit and soul. Just 15 minutes from town and 45 minutes from the airport. Make your appointment now to experience it before its gone call Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 or Mike Bacon 512-940-8800. You can also see more information on http://www.escondidoranchtx.com/
$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.
$141,400  •  10.01 acres
Lot 14 in this gated recreational development has what you are seeking a hilltop location with outstanding views, a seasonal creek and mature hardwoods throughout the property. This handsome hard to find offering is 10.1 acres, sits at the end of a cul-de-sac and has several outstanding homesites. This development has light restrictions that will ensure the property values for years to come. Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey and various birds and small game are prevalent on the Honey. In an historic Hico which is less than 10 minutes away there is the renovated Midland Hotel which dates back to 1896, numerous very good restaurants, a gun store and an old-fashioned ice cream parlor. This quaint town has unique boutique shops, antique shopping and also boasts of having its own chocolate factory Wiseman House Chocolates. Hico is home to several annual events including an invitational steak cookoff and an art festival. The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is within an easy two-hour driving distance making it readily accessible for a family gathering destination, a weekend getaway or just sneaking out for a morning/afternoon getaway in the country. Electricity will be available early fall and the buyer will need to dig a water well if desired. Call listing agent Jeff Young for more information on this property 817-313-8060.
$185,000  •  10.1 acres
14 Honey Creek Ranch – Lot 14 in this gated recreational development has what you are seeking – a hilltop location with outstanding views, a seasonal creek and mature hardwoods throughout the property. This handsome hard to find offering is 10.1 acres, sits at the end of a cul-de-sac and has several outstanding homesites. This development has light restrictions that will ensure the property values for years to come. Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey and various birds and small game are prevalent on the Honey Creek Ranch. Hico has a gun store and an old-fashioned ice cream parlor. This quaint town has unique boutique shops, antique shopping and also boasts of having its own chocolate factory. The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is within an easy two-hour driving distance. Electricity will be available early fall. Contact listing agent Jeff Young 817-313-8060 for more information.
$273,980  •  75.58 acres
Tract L consists of 75.58 acres and includes a portion of Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek, which serves as a conduit for many species of wildlife. An existing game camera, feeder, and blind are present which are frequently visited, and recorded, by Whitetail deer, Turkeys, and many small game species. A portion, approximately 30 acres of property, includes a fenced, and managed food plot which can attract Mourning Doves in the fall as well as Whitetail deer and turkeys in the winter months at no cost to the Ranch owner. Electricity, provided by Comanche Electric Co-Op, is available as is fiber optic Internet cable if so desired. The fiber optic cable is managed by Central Texas Telephone. The property has an abundance of tree cover for wildlife and open areas for grazing. Ask about the Noble Research Institute which can provide information about grasses, trees, pond management, stocking rates, and game management at no cost to the Ranch owner. An owner can maintain the existing wildlife exemption or request an agricultural exemption. The Ranch is priced to include a $4000.00 fencing allowance. Deed Restrictions and a Road maintenance Agreement are in place to maintain value. Build a treehouse, hunt, look at the stars, manage your livestock, look for your arrowheads or just get away from it all. Please visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself what this little slice of heaven can do for you or your family.
$254,890  •  71 acres
Tract K consists of 71.0 acres. Multiple building sites can be created, all with sweeping views of the large neighboring Ranches. Numerous large Live Oaks are scattered throughout the property with significant elevation changes. Thick native grasses are located throughout the ranch due to the lack of grazing in recent years. The neighbor to the West is interested in a fencing contribution that could be repaid with grazing rights. A $4000 fencing allowance is reflected in the purchase price as listed. Numerous Whitetail deer are often seen on the ranch as well as turkey and the occasional quail. Existing ranch roads crisscross the ranch and lead to the various building sites. A new private road on the east side of the ranch is utilized to access the property. Deed Restrictions and a Road Maintenance Agreement are available to Oak Ridge Ranches and are designed to maintain property values. The Noble Research Institute in Ardmore Oklahoma is available for management advice at no cost to the ranch owner. The individual ranch owner can select either a wildlife or an agricultural property tax exemption after January 2021. Electricity is available to all Ranches within Oak Ridge, powered by Comanche Electric Co-Op. Buried fiber optic cable is available if high-speed Internet access is needed.
$1,289,000  •  67 acres
Tipps Top Ranch is a private 67+/- acre estate that is surrounded by large acreage tracts, with the largest neighbor being 2400+/-acres. Completely high fenced with a service entrance and an additional automatic gated entrance to the house for convenience along with keypad for your invited guests. This is a perfect location in the Hill Country being within 1HR drive to Austin, work commute is possible and you’re close to everything the Highland Lakes Area has to offer. State Parks, Lakes, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Caverns, Camps, Airport, Restaurants are all nearby! When you enter the gate, you will drive up to a welcoming 4 Bedroom 3 Bath w/study, Tuscany Ranch Style Custom Home. The well thought out 3,069sqft home is the perfect combination of stone, wood, steel an abundance of windows. Enter through the beautiful front doors into the foyer then to the spacious informal dining area with magnificent high ceilings and hardwood floors and recessed lighting throughout make this a roomy but still warm country feel. The master bedroom has two large his/her walk-in closets. The master bath is huge with Jacuzzi tub and walk-in shower along with separate vanities. There is a guest bath also with walk-in shower that has access from the outside pool area or from inside. Two of the bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bath also with two separate vanities. In the kitchen an awesome Jenn Air Range is framed out in stone along with stainless double ovens, granite counter tops, island and split-level stone bar with sink help keep the cook happy. The custom cabinetry allows for ample storage of pots and pans. The living area is good size with a warm fireplace and room for all to watch some football or your favorite hunting shows. The study would make a great home office or could be used for another guest bed. The laundry room is full size with room for large washer and dryer and even has more cabinet and counter space. There is a double car garage and a single, each with separate doors along with ample parking outside. The back-porch patio pool area is large enough to entertain guests or just enjoy as a family. The hot tub overflows down the stone waterfall into the pool. There is also another waterfall on the other end of the pool. You can imagine the kids laughing splashing and going down the slide having the best time in the summer and also how peaceful this area can be when all is quiet and you just hear the water cascading over the rocks on a cool morning as you watch your own private herd of Axis deer in the pasture below. Only some of the acreage has been cleared, leaving a natural habitat for the wildlife which along with the Axis is Whitetail, Turkey, Dove, Fox, Bobcat, Racoon and more. The cover is a good mix of Live Oak, Elm, Cedar with some scattered Persimmon and Mesquite. There are rugged atv/utv trails through the ranch which make for fun on the four wheelers or side by side. Also, there are some great hunting spots cleared out. The property is ag exempt under a wildlife management which helps keeps taxes low. Shown to Qualified Buyers by Appointment Only Contact Listing Agent Brad Wilcox 512 461-7042
$949,000  •  132.52 acres
Excellent ranch only 45 minutes from Cedar Park, Leander, Georgetown and less than 1 hour to NW Austin. Access is at the end of a paved road of a gated entry subdivision. Shopping, restaurants, and medical facilities are 10 minutes away in Copperas Cove. The rolling topography offers big views from several locations. There is heavy tree cover, consisting of oak, elm, and cedar. A seasonal creek meanders through the land and is ideal for a potential pond or lake. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, and varmints. There is a new 50GPM well and electricity will be available. There are some light restrictions. If you are looking for a place to call home or just a great weekend getaway, the Whitetail Ridge Ranch is worth a look.
$2,300,000  •  270.36 acres
Magnificent high fenced ranch only one hour to Austin. The property is located near Kempner and is a short 20-minute drive to Lampasas. The varied topography gives the land a lot of character and a feel of being bigger than it is. Elevations range from 1,020 to 880 feet. There are multiple sites with big hill country views. A seasonal creek meanders through the land and feeds a large pond. Catches of bass over 8 pounds have been reported. There is excellent tree cover consisting of live oak, Spanish oak, elm, pecan, mesquite, and juniper. The ranch has been part of the Wounded Warrior program and the owner has brought in superior genetics that have produced 200+ class bucks. The main home is around 100 years old and has been updated and expanded. There are 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, metal roof, CACH, rocked fireplace with wood burning insert, and Fredericksburg style stone exterior. The guest cabin has 1 bedroom, 1 bath, a large living/kitchen room, and metal roof. Other improvements include a wood frame office, a workshop, and a 3,600 sq ft metal barn with 220v and two 12x 14 rollup bay doors. The Harmony Ranch is would make a perfect legacy ranch, hunting/recreation ranch, or a corporate retreat. Contact listing agents Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 or Mike Bacon 512-940-8800.
$596,500  •  6 acres
Enter the property via the impressive, double gated and coded entrance made of masonry and steel and progress up the winding concrete driveway to the hilltop setting of this pretty home overlooking the city of Lampasas located on nearly 6 acres. Originally built in 1987, the 3BR/2.5B contains +/- 2,000 sq. ft. and is served by city water and sewer. The residence recently underwent extensive interior remodeling and also received a new roof in 2018. Pecan and oak trees abound with cool St. Augustine grass covering the huge yard, all watered by the underground sprinkler system and surrounded by pipe post w/top rail and no-climb net wire fencing, although it is quite common to see a whitetail deer or two laying in the shade of the pecans and soaking up the peace and quiet. There is also a large fenced garden area, and a large, shaded dog kennel area along with a small storage building. Included in this offering is the massive shop building set up to support and maintain equipment which is a 50’ x 75’ (3,750 sq. ft.) all steel main building on concrete with a connecting 30’ x 75’ (2,250 sq. ft.) shed for equipment storage that also contains the 15’ x 25’ office complex complete with 2 bathrooms (1 for the office & 1 for the shop) and a kitchenette. All completely wired throughout and plumbed with city water and its own dedicated septic system.
$1,450,000  •  111.24 acres
Circle Star Ranch- The most pristine and picturesque ranch setting in this part of the world. Numerous oak trees, lush Bermuda pastures and immaculate improvement, all surrounded by tall granite hills. Situated in a small valley of the Texas Hill Country between Mason and Llano, this ranch features exceptional facilities for horse training/ breeding/ care/ entertainment and many other versatile uses. Lighted round pen, 8 paddocks with sheds, 17 stall-60 x 120 horse barn with a/c office & vet station, 15 stall show barn, 130 x 300 roping arena with 1200 sq. ft. covered observation deck & announcer’s stand w/ tack room, air conditioned kitchen, 40 x 80 trailer barn, 40 x 50 RV barn/shop, 25 x 40 equipment barn. Four water wells, 2 electric and 2 windmills with 12,000-gallon enclosed storage. Attractive 1.5 story, 3/2 brick personal residence built in 1988 with attached 2 car garage – perfectly landscape. Rock guest house, 2/2 and open living area. Separate 5 bay detached garage (A/C) with a 20’ overhang/carport, workshop/storage. Improvements are immaculate! Beautiful ranch with turnkey improvements for multiple uses, all at a fantastic price. http://bit.ly/CircleStarRanchBroch
$83,440  •  10.43 acres
Honey Creek Description Honey Creek Ranch offering – Tract 2 a hard-to-find 10.43 acre recreational retreat minutes out of the historic city of Hico in North central Texas. Legend has it that Billy the Kid did not die in Fort Sumner in 1881 but instead moved to Hico under an alias “Brushy Bill” Roberts and lived there until 1950. In Hico there are numerous very good restaurants, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor and the city has its own chocolate factory. The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is within an easy two hour driving distance making it readily accessible for a family gathering destination, a weekend getaway or just sneaking out for a morning/afternoon hunt. This property has great cover for wildlife which includes Whitetail deer, feral hogs, Rio Grande Turkey and various small game/predators. Electricity will be available early fall – buyer will need to dig a water well if desired.
$13,675,000  •  17,436.61 acres
The well-known J Bar Ranch is now for sale. This legacy ranch has been in the same family since prior to 1906. After much consideration the family has decided to list the property for sale. This 17,438 acre + – is ranch located in NW Crane County, TX. The ranch is located south of Penwell with FM 1601 running parallel with the east perimeter for 7 miles. The south side is fronted by FM 1233 for approximately 5 miles, with the entrance to the headquarters on the eastern side. The J Bar Ranch features a fabulous headquarters with the main house, garage and upstairs apartment, large metal RV garage and trophy room, and barns, sheds, and outbuildings completely fenced within a 4-acre tract. Of keynote attention is the original ranch house that was built in 1906 by R.D. McGee who homesteaded the land. It is recognized by the Texas State Historical Commission as the “oldest” house in Crane County. The J Bar Ranch is contiguous on the north side of CR 1233 with the exception of 4 sections which is located across the highway on the south side. As seen by the pictures, this ranch is situated in the sand country of the Permian Basin and does have an inactive sand plant on it. This historic ranch was a prominent Hereford breeder for many years and the sand county is very strong for cattle. There are ample wells and water lines to provide service to watering troughs throughout the ranch. Please plan a good part of the day when viewing as this a big place with much to see. For your private tour please contact Bob Clifton 830-613-5215.
$2,698,000  •  350 acres
The Bagley Ranch is located in San Saba County just southwest of San Saba. The eastern border has over 4,000’ RR 1030 frontage. 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 and produce a substantial commercial crop also. There’s plenty of cross fencing to help manage grazing and separate livestock during farming operations. Also, a stout set of working pens are in place for handling livestock. 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. A warm and welcoming natural stone and cedar ranch style home sits in the shade of the beautiful pecan trees surrounded by a large yard and outdoor patio area ideal for family fun and entertaining. There are multiple covered parking spaces for vehicles, with plenty more parking and storage for your RV, four wheelers, tractor and equipment in the multiple sheds, shops and 40’x80’ barn. There is an Artesian well that supplies plenty of good water to the home and ranch. 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. Call Agent Brad Wilcox 512-461-7042 for more information. Co listed with Darlene Wilson 325-205-2469
$895,000  •  301 acres
$3,250 per acre one hour from Austin! The Hidden Hollow Ranch is an outstanding ranch that is conveniently located around 15 minutes from Lampasas and about 1 hour from Austin. The Lampasas airport is a short 10-minute drive from the gate. The property fronts paved CR 2200, but has a feeling of seclusion with the majority of the land sitting back from the road and surrounded by large ranches. The land is gently rolling, yet has over 100 ft. of elevation change. There are long views from several locations. The majority of the land has heavy tree cover, but there is an old terraced field of about 40 acres that would be ideal for coastal, food plots, or sunflowers. There are 3 ponds, with the largest still having water in the current extended dry period. Below the ponds is a deep draw that would be a possible lake site. There are good interior and perimeter roads on the ranch and there is electricity on the property. Nearby wells average 15+/- GPM and typically the depth of the wells in the area are 350-450 feet. Hidden Hollow was part of a 2,000+ acre ranch that has not been hunted in several years. If you need more land the neighboring 600+ acres can be purchased. The Seller will place some modest restrictions on the property. If you are looking for a great recreational, hunting ranch, or home place, the Hidden Hollow Ranch is worth a look.
$299,997  •  20.82 acres
Comprised of 2 adjacent tracts 58 & 59 which total 20.82 acres located in a very quiet, semi-secluded rural subdivision just east of the quaint community of Rumley. The property is set in a valley with ascending slopes on both sides. Oaks are plentiful ranging from lone trees to good oak motts with some cedar and a nice pecan tree located near the creek. Some good open ground is present with strong native grasses. There are numerous building sites on the slopes with views of the high mesas to the east, hilltops to the northwest and a creek that runs the length of the property that originates from a seep spring. The draw contains more than one potential lake sites. There are plentiful deer, turkey, hogs and the varmints common to the area. Light restrictions are in place to protect values. Electricity is present at the front and rear. A well would be need to be drilled for water. Land is currently taxed ag exempt. For info or a showing call Greg Collins (512)525-1851 or email greg@txranchbrokers.com
$1,850,000  •  81.04 acres
Enter through the imposing gated rock entry and into the finest community in the Hill Country. Once there you can just kick-back and enjoy the peace and serenity of this exclusive 81.4-acre recreational ranch. Placed high up on a ridge, the terrain is gently sloping with groomed areas dotted with enormous Live Oaks and Elms and, pockets of virgin wildlife habitat. Placed in the center of the property is an impressive 6,000 square foot rock and metal building, insulated and on a cement slab. The building is 24 feet in height, with 16’ eaves and 12’ doors, to accommodate almost any RV or farm equipment. There are both a 1,300 square foot living quarters, with a living area, kitchen, master bedroom/bath and covered porch, and a 704 square foot guest quarters. Both apartments are fully finished out with the same quality and amenities you would expect in a fine custom home. The owner has prepared a building pad and septic system for up to a 5,000 sq. ft. house, which gives a view of the surrounding hill country. The property is ag exempt, deed restricted and has availability of city water and underground electric service. Originally engineered and platted out into 33 2-4-acre tracts, the property can also be developed into a luxury residential neighborhood, providing an excellent investment opportunity. The entire ranch is perimeter fenced and you will smile every time you pull through the impressive rock entry and take the drive up to the house. Whether you are looking for a family retreat, a legacy ranch, or an investment opportunity, this is the place for you. Conveniently located only 45 minutes from Austin and about 2 miles from Burnet and the Highland Lakes. No need to spend most of your time traveling or working to creating a special place for family and friends, call today.
$149,000  •  34 acres
Hard-to-find 32 acre recreational retreat minutes out of the historic city of Hico in North central Texas. Legend has it that Billy the Kid did not die in Fort Sumner in 1881 but instead moved to Hico under an alias “Brushy Bill” Roberts and lived there until 1950. In Hico there are numerous very good restaurants, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor and the city has its own chocolate factory. The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is within an easy two hour driving distance making it readily accessible for a family gathering destination, a weekend getaway or just sneaking out for a morning/afternoon hunt. This property has great cover for wildlife which includes Whitetail deer, feral hogs, Rio Grande Turkey and various small game/predators. The adjacent landowner’s property fronts year-round Duffau Creek and they said that they would grant access to the creek for fishing for the new owner of this property. Electricity is readily available – seller will need to dig a water well if desired. Some minerals will convey.
$534,744  •  150.4 acres
Tract D consists of 150.4 acres. Several thousand feet of frontage on Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek, is also noted on Tract D. Numerous live oaks, pecans, and other hardwoods line the creek. A cultivated field is fenced in located on the property. The field would allow for establishment of small grains for wildlife or cattle, sunflowers for doves and turkey or hay products in the summer. Contact management regarding ag exemptions or establishing wildlife exemptions. The Noble foundation from Ardmore Oklahoma will consult with property owners on pond, flora, and fauna management. The properties partially fenced. Access is off County Road 199. Electricity will be available to each tract. The properties are deed restricted. No water wells or septic system currently exist. Internet is also available at 10, 50, and 100 Megabytes if interested. More land is available if desired. We encourage you to visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself the serenity, beauty and quiet of this little slice of the Hill County. Owner agent. Contact Jake Hersman for more information 469-223-6989.
$211,525  •  50.97 acres
Tract E consists of 50.97 acres. Frontage on Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek, is noted on tract E. Numerous live oaks, pecan trees, and other hardwoods line the creek. Numerous hardwoods exist on the balance of the property with amazing views. Abundant wildlife is evident and often use the Creek for cover. The Noble foundation from Ardmore Oklahoma will consult with property owners on flora and fauna management. Contact management regarding Ag exemptions or establishing wildlife exemptions. The property is not fenced. Access is off County Road 189. Electricity would be available to each Tract. The properties are deed restricted. No water well or septic system currently exists. Internet is available at 10, 50, and 100 Megabytes if interested. More land is available if desired. We encourage you to visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself the serenity, beauty and quiet of this little slice of the Hill County. Owner agent. Contact Jake Hersman for more information 469-223-6989.
$1,299,000  •  362.15 acres
The Kinchelo Creek Ranch is located on CR 2109, around 20 minutes NW of Lampasas, about an hour from Cedar Park/Leander, and 1.5 hours from central Austin. The best way to describe the 362.15 acres is that it has a lot of character. The diversity in topography makes the ranch feel much larger than it is and there is something new around every corner. There is over 200 feet of elevation change, ranging from 1,440 ft. to 1,220 ft. The hilltops provide big time views and there are home sites that will have almost a 360 degree panoramic view. There are several draws that are potential sites for ponds or a lake. Clear flowing Kinchelo Creek meanders through the property and there are small waterfalls and fern covered banks in several locations. In addition to the 1,700+/- feet of Kinchelo Creek, there is 5,000+/- feet of a feeder creek was still flowing after the dry summer. The creek is ideal to impound a series of ponds or a lake. In addition to the creeks there are four small ponds. There is good tree cover consisting of cedar, live oak, elm, and mesquite. A well provides water for the hunter’s camp. Game includes deer, turkey, dove, hogs, and varmints. The property is ag exempt and taxes for 2019 are $597.41. If you are looking for a great hunting/recreation ranch, a place to build a home, or a legacy ranch to be enjoyed by your family for generations, the Kinchelo Creek Ranch is worth a look.
$373,906  •  102.44 acres
Tract B consists of 102.44 acres. A 3/4 acre pond is located in the northeast corner of the property. Numerous live oaks, and rolling topography create amazing views. There has been no livestock on the property for a significant time, allowing for abundant grass cover. Contact management regarding Ag exemptions or securing a wildlife exemption on the property. The Noble foundation, from Ardmore Oklahoma will consult with property owners on pond, flora, and fauna management. The property is partially fenced. Access is off County Road 199. Electricity will be available to each tract. Internet is also available and 10, 50, and 100 megabytes if interested. The properties are deed restricted. No water well or septic system currently exists. More land is available if desired.
Texas Ranch Brokers, LLC

Drew Colvin & Mike Bacon
313 S Main Street
Burnet, TX 78611

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