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
$8,937,500  •  1,626 acres
Spectacular ranch about 1 hour NW of Austin. The diverse land gives the property lots of variety and character. The ranch has over 150 ft in elevation changes and there are big views from numerous locations. Good tree cover, consisting of live oak, Spanish oak, pecan, mesquite, and cedar. There is approximately 100 acres of productive riverbottom. Abundance of water for recreation, livestock, and game. There is fishing from several ponds, including one around 2.5 acres.An intermittent creek meanders through the property and is an ideal lake site. One mile of Lampasas River frontage, provides fishing, kayaking, and swimming opportunities. The ranch is high fenced and has been and game managed. The Seller has added $100,000 of high quality whitetail the last 3 years. In addition to the deer there is great dove and turkey hunting. A variety of exotics can be purchased separately. In the river bottom is a multi-acre Indian campground, where arrowheads and artifacts have been found.Very nice improvements, but not over the top. A 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath limestone house sits on a hill and overlooks the Lampasas River valley. The home has a climate controlled wine closet, study, and a 2 car garage. A second home is a neat log home that has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. There is a large living area with a huge fireplace and covered porches front and back.A recently constructed 40x120 metal barn/workshop is fully air conditioned. Other improvements include a metal pole barn, bunkhouse, and working pens. Wells supply water to the improvements and there is a co-op water meter at the eastern gate. Four additional wells are in place for watering livestock and game. If you are looking for a turnkey ranch, with a multitude of uses, this Arrowhead Ranch is worth a look. The Seller will convey all minerals owned.Co-listed with Steve Turner Turner Commercial Properties 512 930-2800
$206,804  •  50.44 acres
Tract J consists of 50.44 acres. The property is elevated with rolling topography. The elevation provides for homesites with amazing vistas looking to the north. Some frontage on Pompey Creek is available. The property is partially fenced. The creek provides an interesting combination of hardwoods and pecan trees. Abundant wildlife exists. 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. Electricity will be available to every site. The properties are deed restricted. Internet is available at 10, 50, or 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.
$247,494  •  59.28 acres
Tract H consists of 59.28 acres. A three-quarter acre pond currently exists on the western border of the property. The pond would provide numerous recreational opportunities. A potential homesite is within side of the pond and surrounded by large live oaks and other trees. Abundant wildlife exists. The Noble foundation from Ardmore Oklahoma will consult with property owners on pond, flora, and fauna management. Contact management regarding ag exemptions or establishing wildlife exemptions. The property is partially fenced. Electricity will be available to every site. The properties are deed restricted. Internet is available at 10, 50, or 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
$243,663  •  59.07 acres
Tract G consists of 59.07 acres. The property currently has a water well which produces 15 gallons per minute and electricity on-site. The property consists elevations which create amazing views for a significant distance just west of the existing camp. The property is partially fenced. Numerous live oaks, cedar and mesquite are scattered throughout the property. Abundant wildlife exists. 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 partially fenced. Internet is available at 10,50, or 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.
$554,224  •  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.
$326,182  •  76.3 acres
Tract F consists of 76.3 acres. The property also provides frontage on Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek. Two ponds, roughly one half to three-quarter acres, exist on the property. One pond was built by the government years ago and includes a drawdown pipe on the south end of the pond. Amazing building sites are within view of the pond. The building sites include massive live oaks and other hardwoods. Abundant wildlife is evident and often use the creek for cover. The Noble foundation from Ardmore Oklahoma, will consult with property owners on pond, flora, and fauna management. Contact management regarding ag exemptions or establishing wildlife exemptions. The property is partially fenced. Access is off County Road 189. Electricity will be available to each tract. The properties are deed restricted. Internet is available at 10,50, or 100 megabytes if interested. More land is available if desired.
$172,385  •  41.29 acres
Tract I consist of 41.29 acres. The property is elevated, providing significant vistas for enjoyment. Numerous hardwoods exist on the property. Abundant wildlife exists. Potential homesites provide amazing views, north. 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 partially fenced. Electricity will be available to every site. The properties are deed restricted. Internet is available at 10, 50, or 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.
$159,500  •  20 acres
This is Tract 6 of The Ranches at Scenic Ridge, LLC west of Lampasas, Texas. This tract is 20 acres which is the standard size for this rural development. The configuration is approximately 400 feet wide and 2,150 feet long. Oak trees plus other hardwood are found in bunches on this rolling tract. Views are found in the front and in the back with the middle being lower and providing the drain pattern to the pond. The pictures do not do it exhibit the overall views and feel of this well-priced and conveniently located property. There is a large home one tract away and another under construction before you get to this one. This tract is fenced on three sides, including the front, north (left), and back. It is not fenced on the south side and there are some linear white markers that mark the property lines. Come take a look call Bob Clifton 830-613-5215 for more information.
$199,000  •  6.84 acres
The Reavis Ranch House is located around 45 minutes from Austin, Leander, and Cedar Park, on the Burnet and Bell County line. The ranch house fronts paved CR 221, just off of FM 2657. Nearby Copperas Cove provides grocery shopping, medical facilities, and restaurants. Killeen is around 20 minutes away and has mall shopping, restaurants, and a hospital. The Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport is about 15-20 minutes away and offers direct, non-stop flights to Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston. From these hub airports, passengers can fly to any destination in the world without changing airlines. Overall tree cover is good, providing excellent habitat for game. The home is a nice 3-1 brick home (1,747 sq. ft). It is deed restricted and it is in very good condition and is well suited for a weekend home or residence. The Reavis Ranch House has loads of character and offers a multitude of possibilities: from recreation, home place, or future development. This one is worth a look! By Appointment Only.
$125,000  •  10 acres
The best of both worlds….. 10 acres, secluded, quiet country living yet the security that comes with a gated community. Moderate restrictions to protect your investment. AG Exemption in place so property taxes are minimal. About 80% tree covered with old large virgin cedars with nice oaks sprinkled in throughout. Long views are already established from one proposed building site but with additional clearing one can uncover more panoramic views with each tree removed. The potential is there, just needing attention. Or, leave it to nature and enjoy the feeling of solitude. Backs up to a very large high fenced ranch which makes it seem even more remote though it’s only a few short miles the either Burnet or Lampasas and all the amenities one could ask for.
$1,358,000  •  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.
$725,000  •  20.08 acres
Paradise found! Entering the south gate of Creekside Place is the start of leaving a crowded world behind. Cedar-lined hillsides descend to open pasture lands sprinkled with mature oaks and several other species of native trees growing along the over 1600 ft. of vibrant, spring-fed Sulfur Creek. This creek is the source of inspiration and rejuvenation, which is no surprise given the fact that Lampasas was settled in the mid-1800's for the curative power of its springs. The creek runs year-round and features waterfalls and several deep pools - perfect for swimming, tubing, fishing, skipping rocks, or just sitting under a tree and watching a leaf make its lazy way down stream. This idyllic home currently serves its owners as a popular vacation rental property. A sprawling 3500+ square foot, split level home that features 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths on two floors, a rear patio and deck that overlook the private pool and creek below. The open kitchen includes a big breakfast area and beamed ceiling. The entire property is gated and fully fenced, lending to the serenity that’s expected in the Texas Hill Country. So, if you are looking for an exciting investment opportunity, or a hill country getaway and family legacy property, Creekside Place awaits your arrival! Call and schedule your private showing today.
$371,010  •  99.6 acres
Tract C consists of 99.6 acres. Several thousand feet of frontage on Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek, is the hallmark of Tract C. Numerous live oaks, pecans and other hard woods line the creek. A cultivated field is fenced and located on the property. This 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 maintaining Ag exemptions or establishing wildlife exemptions. 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. An interesting cabin was built over 100 years ago on tract C. The compound consists of two rail cars constructed in 1917 that were used for storage. An existing windmill, masonry water holding facility, rock cellar, several hundred-year-old live oaks, and small paddocks complete the facility which has an amazing view of Pompey Creek. Electricity will be available to each tract. Internet is also available at 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.
$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.
$495,022  •  134.7 acres
Tract A consists of 134.7 acres. A 1/2 acre pond is located on the northwest corner of the property. Numerous large live oaks, a zip slide and tree house complete the recreational paradise on Tract A. The terrain consists of a rolling topography with amazing views. There has been no livestock on the property for a significant time, allowing abundant grass cover. Contact management regarding maintaining Ag exemption for securing a wildlife exemption on the property. The Noble foundation, from Ardmore, Oklahoma will consult with property owners on the pond, flora and fauna managements. The property is partially fenced. Access is off County Road 199. Electricity will be made available to each tract. Internet is also available at 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.
$3,999,000  •  435 acres
435 plus acre Rocky River Ranch Location: This is that hard to find place you've been looking for! 41 miles to downtown Austin, an hour and 20 from loop 1604 in San Antonio and just 8 miles from Johnson City. It's the Perfect Location just minutes from amenities like Pedernales Falls State Park, Good Texas Dance Halls, a Real grocery store, restaurants and WINE, WINE and more WINE with vineyards and tasting rooms just minutes west of the Ranch. Fredericksburg's wine region LBJ State Park and Fast-Growing Dripping Springs are all within 20-30 minutes of the gate. Property Description: This ranch has spectacular views, Huge Old Oaks and Cedar Elms shade the land some cedar has been left as cover for game. Fertile well drained soil sets this one apart and makes it very horse friendly and tillable (see wine). The surrounding neighborhood has some of most well-known High-End ranches in the Hill Country of which many are in Conservation easements insuring the setting for future generations. This is NOT the cedar infested rocky stuff with thin soil that you have come to believe is all there is in the Hill Country. Nope, the size of this ranch packs a lot of diversity and that is what sets it apart. It has 3700 ft road frontage but maintains a quiet setting without a lot of road noise. There are three nice hilltops with a good elevation changes from about 1280 ft down to 1000 with beautiful 360-degree views of the Pedernales River Valley and best of all you aren't looking at rooftops. Great deer Hunting, turkey hunting and bird hunting awaits. This ranch is YOUR blank canvas. It has One water well and good fences making it an opportunity to own a fine piece of property that YOU can mold and create without paying for someone else's idea of "improvements". There are a couple of good spots to put in some tanks if one desires. This will be someone's Family Legacy Ranch. *For those desiring more acreage or potential Pedernales River and Creek Frontage please call the Broker for more information. Taxes: Property is agriculture exempt. Approximately $540/year History: It is currently a part of the famed Alonso Robinson Ranch which was established in 1838. Members of the Robinson family still own it. Robinson Road is named after him and the land that the State Park was once a part of the Ranch. *Brokerage Participation is encouraged. Buyer’s agent must be identified on first contact and MUST BE PRESENT at initial showing of the property in order to participate in the real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Adkins & Associates, Inc. Information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable, however, Adkins & Associates, Inc. its agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of the property from the market without prior notice and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify ALL information to their satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment or type of use, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination.
$4,304,040  •  1,076 acres
The Ramsey River Ranch is a true ranchers and sportsman’s paradise. Being 1076+/- acres, with 1.4+/- miles of Colorado River frontage plus a large oxbow lake, offer year-round recreational opportunities. The land rolls along the river with big hardwoods and amazing views of the Colorado and also has big acreage with improved pastures for cattle, farming, or hunting. Other areas of the ranch have been left natural to provide shelter, cover and sanctuary for the wildlife. This property is a wonderful mix of grasslands and huge oaks. Traversing the ranch is easy with an oil field road as the main access to the home site and barn areas. The riparian woodlands have good clear pathways all along the river and the perimeter fencing. Internally there is a nice network of pasture roads to drive and hunt in addition to an assortment of smaller clearings for blinds and feeders. According to FEMA floodplain maps the entire ranch is located in Flood Zone A. Improvements: Vertical improvements consist of a 120 x 60 metal barn with electricity. The barn is divided in 3 sections, one being open for a large equipment, one for hay storage and the last for a workshop. A smaller barn is located in the back which is used for storing materials and equipment. The original homesite still contains the family home, but was left uninhabitable by Hurricane Harvey. While the gorgeous homesite itself still remains, the house is now only a shell. Water wells include a 1,250 gpm irrigation well, about 1 ½ miles of subterranean piping, there also appears to be one, and maybe two 5” water wells with electric pumps.
$1,350,000  •  121.93 acres
The Ridgeback River Ranch is an incredible property with a lot to offer. Located in Burnet County, the ranch is about hour from Austin and fronts CR 253A. Shopping, eateries and medical facilities are nearby in Lampasas or Copperas Cove. Most of the cedars have been cleared, leaving a variety of hardwoods, including live oak, elm, mesquite and pecans. Behind the home is a 25-acre field, suitable for improved grasses, sunflowers for the dove hunter or food plot for wildlife. The western boundary has around 1,500 feet of Lampasas River frontage. In addition to the river is a really cool feeder creek that has springs and a waterfall. Another intermittent creek offers the potential for series of ponds or a lake. The owners moved a farmhouse to the property and renovated the home. The 1,844 sq. ft. (BCAD) has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, CACH, fireplace, metal roof, and covered front and back porches. Near the home is a patio with a fireplace with was part of the original home on the ranch. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, hogs and varmints and the Lampasas River provides fishing for the angler. The Ridgeback River Ranch is a great family place for weekends or a permanent home place.
$295,000  •  82 acres
Ag exempt 82 acres parceled out of a larger ranch. Perimeter is well fenced for both cattle and goats, which are currently grazing the ranch. Large Oaks are plentiful and there is also enough cedar, mesquite and persimmons to lend refuge to the wildlife. Numerous riding and driving trails meander throughout the property. This makes for a good time getting around horseback or on ATVs. Hunting is great in this area. You have Dove, Deer, Blackbuck, Turkey and a variety of Varmints. Slow 90’ elevation change to the west allows for several flat plateaus where the views, sunrises and sunsets are spectacular. There are several hunting blinds and feeders. Some will convey to buyer. There is a small stock pond that holds most of the year, but could easily be improved to impound and hold more water. Electricity and internet are available. There are good wells in the area. Less than 20 min. to Mason. Known for topaz hunting, kayaking river trips, bat watching, theatre, restaurants and shopping. 15 min. to the famous London Hall for live music. Possible owner finance. Call Texas Licensed Realtor Brad Wilcox 512-461-7042
$195,000  •  20 acres
The Hunt 20 is located near the beautiful North Fork of the Guadalupe River. The drive is one of the most picturesque in the State crossing the River numerous times. This is a great shaped property with electricity already in place, paved road frontage and good well reports in the area. There are a number of summer camps, retreats and resorts in the area, such as Mo- Ranch, Bear Creek Scout Reservation, Camp Stewart, Camp Waldemar among others. This would be a great place to build a dream home with scenic views or bring your RV for a weekend getaway. Wildlife includes Whitetail, Axis, turkey, dove, hogs and varmints. It has good tree cover, but there are some areas cleared out for hunting. The majority of cover being cedar with many live oaks and persimmons scattered throughout. With the BBQ Shack(10min), Hunt(20min), Ingram and Kerrville(30min) being just minutes away for supplies, restaurants or entertainment, that makes for a perfect hunter’s getaway!
$65,000  •  6 acres
Leave the hustle, bustle, and noise of the city behind you as you enter a world of peace and quiet in the country. This 6-acre home site is currently Ag Exempt in a gated entrance. It’s the perfect size to be all alone with everything that nature has to offer. Views, exceptional building site, nice oak trees, and good native grasses allow you to follow your dream of owning your piece of paradise. The Ranches at Blackbuck Ridge, Lot #196, is located about equal distances from Burnet and Lampasas where all the necessary amenities can be found. The perfect place to slow down and relax.
$899,900  •  161 acres
he Maria Del Ray is located about an hour and a half NW of Austin and 30 minutes from Lampasas. The Ranch fronts County Road 327. The varied topography has around 140 feet of elevation change and gives the ranch a wide variety of looks. The hilltops offer big time views in all directions, so you can enjoy a magnificent sunset and sunrise every day. The bottom land below the hills are ideal food pot locations. There are two ponds that could be expanded. There is very good game cover, consisting of Live Oak, Spanish Oak, Shin Oak, Elm and Cedar. There is good road system thru the ranch and the perimeter fences is in good condition. A new well was drilled in 2017 and electricity is on the property. Improvements consist of a barndominium, build in 2016. There are 2 bedrooms, 2 bathes, and large upstairs room as additional sleeping quarters, kitchen, CACH and propane. The garage area is insulated and has 2 overhead doors. It could be used as additional living area or a huge man cave. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, hogs and varmints. The property is ag exempt and 2018 taxes were $546.43. The Maria Del Ray is absolute great hunting, recreational ranch with loads of character. This place is ready to go. All you need to do is bring your toothbrush and start enjoying this premier ranch. Call Texas Ranch Brokers listing agents: Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 for any additional information.
$806,927  •  322.77 acres
The Whiskey Jack Ranch is located around 90 miles NW of Fort Worth and 120 miles west of Dallas. The property fronts Hwy 16 and MX Ranch Road. The varied topography gives the ranch a lot of character, with outstanding views from many locations. The ranch is thick with a variety of oak trees, as well as elm, pecan, ash, cottonwood, and mesquite. There is around a mile of Brushy Creek meandering through the property. In addition, there are three branches of the creek that wind through the ranch and four ponds. The dam on the largest pond has recently been built up and creates around one acre of surface water and there are numerous potential lake sites in the draws and feeder creeks. There are several locations that are ideal for food plots. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, quail, hogs, and varmints. Electricity is on the property and a new well was drilled in 2018. All minerals owned by Seller will convey, including royalty payments from existing production.
$750,000  •  108.5 acres
Only once in a great wile does a property like this becomes available to purchase. An End of the road ranch over 100 acres with a huge rambling ranch house. Built about 1985, this rock and wood frame house makes the perfect weekend getaway, or permanent county home. Being over 4000 square feet with metal roof, wrap around porch, two fireplaces and out buildings, it will meet every expectation. A seasonal creek and stock tank greet you when you enter the property, and the driveway leads you up a small valley to the homesite. The home occupies a place that faces towards scenic hill country view flanked by rolling hills. The balanced of the property is heavily wooded, with a lot of topography and big views. Wildlife is abundant and hunting is top notch. The ranch is off the beaten path and suited for most any recreation. Priced to sell and seller will convey as-is, light restrictions do apply. Call for private showing. Listing Agents: Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 or Mike Bacon 512-940-8800.
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