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$15,090,690  •  1,117 acres
The C5 Ranch is located in Southeast Llano County at the foot of the Riley Mountains nestled amongst the Sandy and Honey Creek watersheds. The C5 is rich in Llano County history having been the former site of Click, TX named after early Llano Co.unty settler Malachi Click and his family. Remnants of the former town can still be seen. The ranch features lengthy portions of both the Spring and Barnett Branches whose headwaters originate a short distance upstream in the Riley Mountains. These wet-weather creeks generate an enormous amount of run-off from the mountains during rainfall and have been cleared to reveal the home to hundreds of beautiful century-old oaks. Multiple tanks are present throughout the ranch, the largest of which is a 10 acre 20 feet deep lake when full. The lake is full of bass, and has been the focal point for many family fishing trips throughout the years with the Grandkids. Beautiful uninterrupted 360 degree vistas can be seen from the apex of the ranch. Devil’s Toenail, Lucky Mountain, the Packsaddle Mountains and the Sandy Creek Valley to name a few are all just a head turn away. Native vegetation for the area includes oaks, elms, mesquite, cedar, prickly pear, bee brush, tasajillo, plus the many different types of beautiful Hill Country flora. Ranch wildlife includes whitetail, turkey, hogs, dove, Aoudad, and other exotics including the occasional Elk or Axis. Much thought and care has been taken in transforming and developing this spectacular ranch into the perfect combination of cattle ranch, recreation, and hunting. Nearly 10 miles of new perimeter and cross fencing has been constructed to create 16 pastures and hundreds of acres of careful clearing lends itself to new grassland and road creation. Five water wells, 15 cisterns, and several miles of piped-underground water allow for an abundant amount of water in every section of this ranch for livestock and wildlife. In addition to the hundreds of acres of improved grasses and fields, revival of original cattle pens and storage barns, the C5 also boasts an updated and restored headquarters featuring all the comforts you’d expect and more. The C5 is located approximately 55 miles from Austin, 19 miles from Llano, and 12 miles from Horseshoe Bay. An owner is only minutes from enjoying the highland lake activities from the ranch. Baylor Scott & White Marble Falls and Horseshoe Bay airport are just a short drive away. If you’ve been searching for the perfect piece of Texas Hill Country basked in an area of history and lore, the C5 Ranch merits your attention.
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$10,975,000  •  807 acres
$11,000,000
This picturesque ranch has it all. From breathtaking views to Lake Travis shoreline frontage, has all of the attributes that makes it one of the outstanding ranches for sale in the Highland Lakes/Hill Country of Texas. Whether the property is developed or kept intact, buyers will have many options and opportunities with this w Lake Travis frontage is approximately 1,900 feet. This unique property is sprinkled with four lakes/tanks, grandiose views, and a great location in the Highland Lakes/Hill Country of Central Texas. It is one of the largest properties for sale in the area with Lake Travis frontage and access. We look forward to showing this to directly to buyer prospects and for sure to brokers representing prospects. Call listing agent Bob Clifton 830.613.5215 for all details.
$3,750,000  •  97 acres
A 97-ACRE PROPERTY IN TRAVIS COUNTY — LAGO VISTA, TX The Red Sky Ranch is approximately 97-acres of wildlife-exempt land fronting on the west end of Lake Travis with over 1,500’ of your own private lake frontage with end of the road privacy. This ranch sits directly in the bend of the lake providing incredible views towards Austin and Marble Falls. Across from the ranch is the Muleshoe Bend Park which ensures that you will always be looking at a pristine park landscape. Improvements include a +/-3,000 sf home with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, a storage shed, a paved walkway to the lake alongside a cascading waterfall, and a covered 2-stall boat dock with electricity and storage. The ranch is only about 8 miles west of Lago Vista off of RM 1431 fronting on Muleshoe Bend Trail.
$999,950  •  96 acres
A rare recreational ranch with majestic hilltop views along with over 4,100 feet of Cow Creek frontage, a classic rock-bottom Hill Country live water stream. There are multiple locations to build a private retreat, with the Balcones Canyonland National Wildlife Refuge sharing a common boundary on two sides of this property. Easy access to the Austin metro area with direct access off FM 1174.
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$1,799,000  •  60 acres
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Norton Ranch is for sale. At 60 acres this ranchito is full of history and nostalgia from the early days of Llano, Texas. The ranch is located just outside the city limits Llano, Texas. A 30-minute drive will take you to Lake LBJ and Marble Falls, and Austin is less than an hour away. This remarkable hill country mansion is also known as the house on the hill. Built in 1883 by Frank R. Malone, a mineral wildcatter. He came to Llano from Iowa in hopes of getting rich fast. He became known as the most outstanding new citizen because of the new lavish new hotel and other businesses he was investing in around town. He poured all of his money in building the mansion that his enormous ideas for the house became bigger than his wallet. He had everything imported from England and hand-crafted to make this mansion truly a one of a kind. Unfortunately, Frank R. Malone never got to finish the house he had big dreams for due to poor management went bust. Several years went by a new owner bought the mansion with big dreams like Malone but would, unfortunately, fall short. Once again, the mansion would sit waiting for new owners. Thomas W. Norton, born in Boston Massachusetts in 1886, his wife Mary Seggerson came to Llano in 1900. Here they established Llano Granite Works alongside the railroad just east of town. He owned a gray granite quarry just 6 miles south of Llano. In 1915, Tom and Mary Norton purchased the Malone Mansion and began the repairs to finish what Mary stated would be her dream home. By the end of 1916, construction on the house was complete and the Nortons moved into the home where they raised their five daughters Polly, Cordelia, Eleanor, Margaruite, and Catherine. Years went by and several of the family members Passed, Cordelia and Catherine would be the only two left to have the mansion. Cordelia and Catherine would still be respected women in Llano for their investments in new business ventures and philanthropic work for various causes (local schools, hospitals, city parks, etc) during their in Llano. Due to a pack by all daughters made to their father, none of the girls married and had children. Once Cordelia and Catherine passed away, there was no one to inherit the mansion. The 3,760 sq/ft three-bedroom and three-bathroom home has incredible Hill Country views everywhere you turn. The home features a 180-degree porch with rock patio and outdoor fireplace, an observation room on the second floor can be used as a third bedroom. You can see the Llano courthouse, Llano River bend, Hwy 16, and the Llano airport from this ranch. One well supplies water to the home, a second well is in the east pasture. Two ponds provide water to abundant wildlife such as whitetail and dove. The entire ranch is covered in Live Oak, Post Oak, Elms, and Juniper trees. If you are looking for a true piece of Texas History, the Norton Ranch could be the perfect place for you. The possibilities for a historic home or bed and breakfast are endless. Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.
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$1,300,000  •  12 acres
Your slice of Hill Country paradise awaits you at this gated 12-acre estate, located between Marble Falls and Johnson City. Set among rolling farmlands, the property boasts a stunning contemporary custom home, a 6-acre vineyard, a large barn and a studio apartment perfect for guests or a caretaker. The 3,029+/- square-foot, architect–designed home was built for energy efficiency and is ‘solar ready.’ Featuring expansive views from every room, large, covered patio, gourmet kitchen and wine cellar. Fenced. Ag Exempt.
$899,950  •  10 acres
A peaceful hilltop retreat that could serve as a large family compound, bed and breakfast, or wedding and event venue. The 3,800 sq. ft. 5/2.5 main house, 1,300 sq. ft. 2/1 guest house, 1,300 sq. ft. 1/1 gathering space with attached garage/workshop, and 400 sq. ft. cottage all combine to give this property endless possibilities. Situated on 10 acres with a tree-lined paved driveway and two ponds located just 5 minutes from Burnet. FOR THIS LISTING, CALL JOHN MELNAR 512-497-8284.
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$112,000  •  3 acres
$119,900
Exceptional Hill Country acreage with amazing, panoramic views. Desirable corner tract in a high end gated community. Less than 10 minutes to the new Scott and White Hospital, 15 minutes to Marble Falls and the Highland Lakes, and 30 minutes to the Hill Country Galleria and Austin.Amenities include underground utilities, water, and concrete ribboned asphalt streets. There is no timeline to build and when you are ready you can choose your own builder. Reasonable POA fees. A wildlife exemption keeps the property taxes low.  This is the place to build your dream house!