Jeremy or David Jirasek, ALC, CCIM


David Jirasek, ALC, CCIM, and Jeremy Jirasek, ALC Candidate, have been involved in such services as sale, leasing, build to suit, tenant representation, due diligence, site location, and tax deferred exchanges of Commercial, Industrial and Investment Properties, and all types of Land Investments, including, Farms, Ranches, Transitional, Development Land, Subdivision, Wholesaling, Site Selection & Assemblage of Tracts, and has assisted in the economic development of multifamily, retail, office, restaurant, industrial, land developments.
$3,200,000  •  320 acres
DESCRIPTION: ±320.0 acres in SW Milam County, Mostly Open Cultivated Land with a Seasonal Creek and Two Small Ponds. LOCATION: Located between Lake Granger and Thorndale on CR 418, in Milam County near the Williamson County Line. Regionally situated in Central Texas between Austin and Bryan/College Station. LAND COVER: Mostly Open Cultivated Land in Row Crop Production. Currently planted in Wheat and Corn. Moderate Tree Coverage Along Fence and Seasonal Tributary. IMPROVEMENTS: Drive-way Entrance at the North end of the Property. HYDROLOGY: There are two small ponds on the property near a seasonal tributary which feeds into the San Gabriel River. TOPOGRAPHY: Mostly Flat with a Gentle Slope towards the Waterway. ±40' of Elevation Changes from ±520' to 480' above Sea Level with ±0% - 5% slopes. SOILS: Mix of Class II Branyon Clay, Class II Burleson Clay and Class III Heiden Clay with an average capability rating of 2.4. UTILITIES: Bartlett Coop Electric Overhead Single Phase Electric Lines run along the road frontage. ROAD FRONTAGE: Significant Road Frontage on 2 Sides. County Maintained All-Weather Gravel Road Frontage along CR 418. Well Maintained. SCHOOL: Thorndale ISD. TAX: Agricultural Expemption in Place for Low Taxes. COMMENTS: Shown by appointment only / listing agent must be present.
$201,977  •  0 acres
DESCRIPTION: ±11.881 acre recreational property between Davilla and Sharp. LOCATION: Located on a Private Road (PR 4074) just off of FM 487, take County Road 407, then right on PR 4074. Just east of Davilla in Milam County. IMPROVEMENTS: Rural Fencing. (Deer Feeders, Stands & Blinds do NOT convey). LAND COVER: Almost Entirely Heavily Wooded with only a few small open sections of land. HYDROLOGY: One stock tank. TOPOGRAPHY: Elevation at ±500' - 520' Above Sea Level with ±1% - 5% Slopes. SOILS: Minwells fine sandy loam & Riesel gravelly fine sandy loam. Average Soil Productivity Rating of 3. UTILITIES: Overhead Electric on Site, and along the front of property. ROAD FRONTAGE: Private Road (PR 6070) off of CR 407 & FM 487. SCHOOL: Rockdale Isd. TAXES: 2022 Estimated Taxes: $3,434.46 PRICE: $201,977 ($17,000/Acre) COMMENTS: Active Hunting Property. Shown by appointment Only. Please call ahead for safety.
$156,750  •  6.27 acres
±6.27 Acre Platted Lot in Homestead Hills, a gated Community. Located near Lampassas in Burnet County. Electric On-Site; Water Well Required. Ag Exempt for Low Property Taxes.
$630,000  •  45 acres
DESCRIPTION: ±45.0 acre recreational property just off of US-190 near Cameron. LOCATION: Located on a Private Road (PR 6070) just off of US-190/TX-36. Just Southeast of Cameron in Milam County. Located within the 'Post Oak Savannah' Region of Central Texas. IMPROVEMENTS: Partial Wire Fencing, A Private Road (easement), Storage Container. (Deer Feeders, Stands & Blinds do NOT convey). LAND COVER: Almost Entirely Heavily Wooded with only a few small open sections of land. HYDROLOGY: Two small ponds at opposite ends of the property (North & South). TOPOGRAPHY: Varied from Flat to gently Sloping with 60' of Elevation Change at ±430' - 490' Above Sea Level with ±1% - 8% Slopes. SOILS: Padina fine sand. Average Soil Productivity Rating of 3. UTILITIES: Overhead Electric, Pole and Meter Set on-Site. Water Meter Set on-Site. ROAD FRONTAGE: Private Road Easement (PR 6070) off of CR 237A & TX-36. SCHOOL: Cameron ISD. TAX: 2021 Estimated Tax: $5,531. COMMENTS: Active Hunting Property. Shown by appointment ONLY. Please call ahead for safety.
$680,075  •  45.49 acres
DESCRIPTION: ±45.49 acre recreational property on Little Elm Creek just outside of Temple. The focal point of the property is a ±4.5 acre wetland/habitat. LOCATION: Along the North side of Stringtown Road, East of FM 3117 (Oscar Road). Just outside of Temple in Bell County. Easy Access to and from TX-53, TX-36, US-190 and IH-35. IMPROVEMENTS: Partial Wire Fencing along Perimeter. Heavy duty bridge allows for vehicular access to the rear of the property where the wetland habitat is located. LAND COVER: Approximately ±22 acres is planted in Sunflowers, great for dove hunting/habbitat. Remainder of Acreage being a mix of Native Prairie and Heavily Wooded/Brushy Sections along Little Elm Creek. There is a open section of land with scattered hardwoods near the front of the property, located outside of the flood zone, good potential for a homesite. HYDROLOGY: ±260' Linear Feet of Frontage along Little Elm Creek. Approx. 25 acres flood zone (mix of 100-year, 500-year & flood way). TOPOGRAPHY: Varied from Flat to gently Sloping with over 40' of Elevation Change at ±470' - 510' Above Sea Level with ±0% - 15% Slopes. There is a nice 2± acre homesite near the front of the property with Nice Views, especially towards the East. SOILS: Heiden Clay, Houston Black Clay and Tinn Clay Soils with some erosion around bottom/creek line. Average Soil Productivity Rating of Land is 3.23. Soil Report. UTILITIES: Overhead Electric along Stringtown Road. East Bell WSC Services the Area. Septic Required; No Sewer nearby. ROAD FRONTAGE: Approx. ±60' of County Maintained Paved Road Frontage along Stringtown Road. SCHOOL: Rogers ISD. TAX: Open Space Valuation (Ag Exemption) in Place for Low Property Taxes. 2022 Estimated Tax: $53.89. COMMENTS: Active Hunting Property. Shown by appointment ONLY. Please call ahead for saftey.
$756,700  •  80.5 acres
DESCRIPTION: ±80.5 acre Farm in East Bell County. Mostly Open with Wooded Sections along a North Elm Creek. LOCATION: Located on the South side of Rosebud Road just off of FM 485 & FM 940. Situated in the Burlington area, between the communities of Cyclone, Yarrelton and Meeks and Regionally between Temple and Cameron. Part of the Central Blacklands Prairie Region of Texas. LAND COVER: Mostly Open Cultivated Farm Land in Row Crop Production. Currently planted in Corn. Moderate Tree Coverage Along North Elm Creek. HYDROLOGY: ±2,345 Linear Feet (0.45 Mi.) of Meandering Frontage along the North Elm Creek, being a tributary to Big Elm Creek. ±39 Acres within the 100-year Fema Flood Zone. TOPOGRAPHY: Mostly Flat with a Gentle Slope towards the North Elm Creek. ±30' of Elevation Changes from ±410' to 440' above Sea Level with ±0% - 5% slopes. SOILS: Mix of Soils including, Houston Black Clay, Heiden Ferric and Tinn Clay with an average capability rating of 2.99. UTILITIES: Overhead Single Phase Electric Lines run along the road frontage. ROAD FRONTAGE: County Maintained All-Weather Gravel Road Frontage along Rosebud Road. SCHOOL: Rogers ISD. TAX: Agricultural Expemption in Place for Low Taxes. Approx. $190 in 2021. COMMENTS: Shown by appointment only. Do not drive over farm land. $2,500/Year Ag Lease.
$244,600  •  11.12 acres
DESCRIPTION: 11.12 acres in West Milam County Developed with Horses in Mind. LOCATION: Located north of Hwy 36/190 between Rogers, New Colony and Buckholts, in Milam County near the Bell County Line. Regionally situated in Central Texas between Austin and Bryan/College Station. LAND COVER: Mostly Open Pastureland. Some Tree Cover Along Pond. IMPROVEMENTS: Gated Entrance with Pipe Fence with Drive-way Entrance at the North end of the Property. Approximately 900' of Gravel Driveway to a 26'x39' Recreational Vehicle Roof Cover with room for additional vehicle. Additional outbuildings include a 15'x30' Open Equipment Shed with Graveled Base, a 20'x40' Cargo Container with Attached 19'x40' Open Livestock Shed. There are Poles Only in the Ground for a 30'x40' Shed that has been started. Additionally, there are multiple Small Animal or Poultry Houses. There is an onsite water meter with about 1,200' of water lines to RV Cover and Poultry Houses. HYDROLOGY: There is a Small Pond and a Larger Shared Pond on the Neighboring Property Line at the Start of a Tributary of the South Elm Creek which downstream feeds in the Big Elm Creek. TOPOGRAPHY: Mostly Flat with a Gentle Slope towards the Waterway. 50' of Elevation Changes from 460' to 510' above Sea Level with 0% - 5% slopes. SOILS: Mix of Heiden Clay, Satin Gravelly Clay Loam, Ferris-Heiden Complex and Houston Black Clay with an average capability rating of 3.41. Utilities: Coop Electric Overhead Single Phase Electric Lines Service and Onsite Electric Meter. ROAD FRONTAGE: County Maintained All-Weather Gravel Road Frontage along CR 114. Well Maintained. Property is 2/3rds of a Mile East of FM 2184. SCHOOL: Buckholts ISD. TAX: 2022 Property Taxes Estimated to be $908+-. RESTRICTIONS: Modular homes, Mobile homes, HUD Code manufactured homes and prefabricated homes are prohibited on part or any part of the Property. No structure of a temporary character, motor home, travel trailer, storage shed, shall ever be used as a dwelling by any person, for more than 6 months, on all or any part of the Property. COMMENTS: Shown by appointment only / listing agent must be present.
$696,927  •  66.37 acres
DESCRIPTION: ±66.374 acres. Good "mixed-use" property with great grass for grazing and plenty of wooded section for recreation. LOCATION: On the North side of West Hillyard near the Bell/McLennan County Line, just West of IH-35. Regionally situated between Waco and Temple in Central Texas. LAND COVER: Property is currently Leased to an Grazing Tenant. Quality grass cover most of the property with a light to moderate cover of hackberry, cedar and other native hardwoods especially in the Northwestern portion of the property. The property is both perimeter and cross fenced. Mixed of net-wire and 5-strang barbed wire. HYDROLOGY: There is a 1.15 Acre Pond near the Western boundary of the property, fed by a small seasonal tributary to Big Elm Creek. There appears to be a very small portion of the property located within the 100-year Flood plain (±0.09 acres), near in the Southwestern corner of the property. TOPOGRAPHY: Sloping from the road towards the back of the property with ±50' of Elevation Changes from ±710' to 760' above sea level with ±0% - 4% slopes. The "peak" of the property is about 3/4ths of the way back and near the center of the property, creating great potential for a homesite. SOILS: Mix of Class IV Austin Silty Clay and Class II Houston Black Clay with an average capability rating of 3.6%. UTILITIES: Elm Creek WSC provides potable water to the area, water line on-site, but no meter in place. Onsite septic system would be required; No Sewer in area. ROAD FRONTAGE: County Maintained Paved Road Frontage along West Hillyard Road Road. Well Maintained. SCHOOL: Troy ISD. TAX: Open Space Valuation (Ag Exemption) in Place for Low Property Taxes. COMMENTS: Fenced and gated entry. Shown by appointment only / listing agent must be present. There are pipeline easements that bisect the property from East to West.
$174,150  •  11.61 acres
11.61 Acres, Fenced Native Pasture Land. Includes a 11'5” x 24'3” Storage Building with Open Porch. Located off of Hwy 281 between Evant and Lampasas on CR 3930, Lampasas County. Open Areas along Hwy 281 with remainder with brush/trees and runoff creek. The property is fenced with barbed wire. Wide gated entrance from CR 3930. There are overhead electric lines running through the property. The property will require a water well. There is no septic system on the property. Graveled County Road. Lampasas Isd.
Jirasek Realty

Jeremy or David Jirasek, ALC, CCIM
510 S 1st St
Temple, TX 76504

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