Michael Bacon


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$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
$1,150,000  •  17.43 acres
The Cien Encinos (hundred oaks) is a magnificent 17 acres that is only 5 minutes from Blanco, yet has end of the road privacy. There is over 559 feet of accessible Blanco River frontage. The peaceful setting along the river is set among towering pecan trees. The land is out of the Girl Scout camp that was a part of the Blanco community for several decades. The majority of the land has been cleared of cedar and brush, leaving a park- like setting of oak trees. Virtually every time you drive through the gate you can see deer or turkey. The main home is a renovated 2-bedroom, 1.5 bath, rock home, with granite counters, stained concrete floor, a covered front porch, tankless water heater, and a huge fireplace. The rock exterior and interior walls give the home a comfortable and welcoming feel. The detached garage, has a huge air-conditioned office with laundry room and has 3 parking bays, with unique hydraulic operated doors. The guest house has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, a fireplace, and a 2 car carport. The home was the camp office that has been renovated. There is also 35×75 Quonset hut. The building is on a slab and has two 14 ft overhead doors. This has multitude of possibilities, from storage, party barn, or an enormous man cave. Water is supplied by a well and a rain water collection system made up of 3 storage tanks that are 3,000 gallons each. One thing that impressed the owners is the peaceful drive along Tejas Trail. They have spent many evenings driving the road in their Polaris and watching the wildlife or visiting with neighboring ranch owners. In addition there are some beautiful sunsets to behold. Whether you are looking for a permanent home or a weekend getaway, the Cien Encinos is worth your time to visit.
$365,000  •  56.12 acres
Excellent value for land in the area. Conveniently located in the fast growing corridor NW of Austin. The ranch fronts FM 243 and is 30 minutes or less to Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Cedar Park, and NW Austin. This is a great place to build your dream home and have enough elbow room for livestock, horses, and hunting. The land has a very gradual elevation change and offers good views from several locations. The property takes in part of a pond that is shared with a neighbor and there is a great site to build another pond. Scattered tree cover and productive soils. Game includes deer, turkey, dove, and varmints.
$3,950,000  •  420.76 acres
Old Thomas Ranch can be found just 60 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Austin and features the highest end of authentic Texas ranch lifestyle. Established in 1880 by early Texas pioneers, the stewards of this historic Hill Country ranch have lovingly restored its sprawling period ranch house and transformed it with the very best in modern amenities. Sitting on the porch carries the owner and guests to a simpler time, while offering extensive comfort and convenience. The additions of two wonderful guest homes, equipment barn, arena and multiple other amenities make this ranch one of the finest offerings to be found in Texas. The original owners had wisely placed the headquarters at the bottom of a hill to catch the heavier cool air, and next to a flowing spring for water, with massive oaks and pecan trees providing cool shade. Made of huge limestone blocks and adobe brick, the ranch house stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Large rooms with high timber beam ceilings accent this antique home. There are three bedrooms and two full baths and one half bath in the main house, while the two guest homes each have a single bedroom, kitchen, living area and full bath. The main house includes large entry hall, den, spacious dining area, office area, a chefs kitchen, separate pantry room , and full utility room. The main house also has numerous porch/patio areas to enjoy the lush native landscaping. Such features are the cool and inviting screened-in Texas-size patio with outdoor kitchen, big shady front porch, flag stone patio overlooking the spring and a fenced-in outdoor court shaded by massive oaks. One might believe that only in an Austin Historical District could you find this fine of a home. The ranch itself is located 4 miles west of Burnet, on top of Back Bone Ridge which overlooks the rugged red granite hills of the Llano uplift and sky-blue Highland Lakes off in the distance. The Highland Lakes are home to some of the best boating, skiing and championship Striper Bass fishing in all of Texas. Being over 420 acres of spectacular rolling topography, trees, 3 natural springs, abundant native game and scenic views. The property is low fenced and is sanctuary to an abundance of native wildlife. It is heavily wooded except for pastures and natural glades of native grasses. There are interior ranch roads suitable for ATVS, hiking and horseback riding. The headquarters and outdoor arena are accessible by an all weather paved road. This is an exceptional ranch property with a lot of appeal and diverse options for recreation. In the morning catch the serenity of nature and the world coming to life and, in the evening guests can marvel at the spectacular sunsets at the overlook, then gather around the fire pit before bedding down in the main home or one of the guest houses. If you are looking for a truly special place to create unforgettable memories, the Old Thomas Ranch is just the place for you and your family. Come visit this Hill Country jewel and experience its magic.
$430,400  •  53.8 acres
Riverfront, less than 1 hour from Austin. Beautiful land, that has a multitude of possibilities. There are towering pecan and oak trees along the banks of the Lampasas River and productive soils that are ideal for hay production, food plots, or sunflowers for the bird hunter. Hunt for deer, turckey, dove, and the cool, clear waters of the river provide fishing opportunities. This land has been in the same family over 100 years. This is a rare chance to own your own riverfront acreage!
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