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$7,000,000  •  1,154 acres
1154 Acres of improved cattle production, wildlife and recreation. 42 bodies of water with more than 12 miles of quality interior fencing, 20+ pastures, 3 barns, a private and secluded, high quality home nestled quietly away from the hustle and bustle of the city and so much more..... Ranches of this size and quality are a rare find in this area. Don't miss out on your opportunity to own this piece of Texas!
$5,200,000  •  1,050 acres
McCrary RanchWith four miles of frontage and big views of the iconic Brazos River, a legitimate ranching operation, recreational opportunities, and producing minerals, the McCrary Ranch has it all. The setting on the Brazos is unique, as a central ridge gently rises nearly 100’ over the regular channel of the river and surrounding farmland, creating alluvial pastureland that is largely protected from the forces of the river. Oak studded pastures are primarily coastal Bermudagrass on sandy loam soils and are well watered and cross fenced with good interior roads found throughout the ranch. Mesquite, oak, elm, and pecan make up approximately 250± acres of scattered woodlands and support large dear and feral hog numbers. Duck, dove, deer, and hog hunting all have tremendous potential with further management. Current mineral development on the property is owned and operated by the seller and is included in the offering down to the current operating depth. The ranch consists of approximately 1,050± acres in Milam County between Calvert and Cameron with paved access and a small ranch home. The property enjoys nearby access to Waco, Temple, and College Station, and is easy accessible from north Houston, Austin, and Dallas Ft. Worth.The Facts:4± miles of high quality Brazos River FrontageSandy loam soils and great forage productionGreat access Via FM 979Potential to subdivideProducing oil wells and rights conveyExceptional hunting6 ponds, 2 water wellsLong views from several prominent points on the ranch
$4,445  •  497 acres
497+ Acres, a good mix of AG production and recreational/hunting mix, this place has something for everyone. Live creeks offer hunting and fishing opportunity, while the improved and native pastures and lush bottom land offer production value. Beautiful, mature, Pecan groves and abundant wildlife, make this an ideal multi-use property investment.
$1,751,000  •  412 acres
Approx. 412 Acres of rolling sandy hills and fertile creek bottoms. At the confluence of Six Mile and Pole Cat Creeks, this property is mostly wooded. A diamond in the rough, just waiting for you to create your own secluded paradise. Must see to appreciate. Give us call today.
$2,250,000  •  230 acres
230 acres of mostly wooded, rolling terrain, featuring an immaculate custom country home, sitting among scattered oaks on a hilltop with 30 mile views. A cozy guest cabin, metal workshop, gardening areas, two water wells, five ponds and more. Enjoy the scenic beauty, privacy and seclusion that can not be duplicated.
$865,000  •  173 acres
A 173 ac property in Thorndale that has not been offered in over 100 years! A scenic property with an attractive rolling topography covered with thick, improved and native grass pastures. Improved grasses include Tifton 85 and Coastal. Sandy Creek, a wet weather creek is on the property as well as four dirt tanks. Mature oaks and elms primarily along the creeks. Soil is sandy loam. The property is ag exempt. The homestead has little value but could be restored. The barns are in fair to good condition. Public water is available at the road and power meters are on the property.
$698,000  •  125.01 acres
Take a look at this beautiful 125-acre cattle/hunting ranch located just two miles North of Cameron, Tx. This location is great for a weekend getaway or building your own ranch home. Centrally located with College Station’s Kyle Field, City of Georgetown, and Killeen’s Fort Hood all less than an hour drive. Also, it is only an hour and fifteen minutes to The Domain in Austin. This ranch is fronted to the North by Hwy 77 and to the South by Starlight St. There is a gate entering the ranch off both roads. There is already municipal water and electricity on the property with a place to park your RV. There are four barns with one having a concrete floor and a set of older cattle pens. Plenty of tractor, four-wheeler, and equipment storage to keep your machines out of the weather. The fences are in excellent shape. There are two stock tanks that hold water and provide great places to hunt dove and fish. The family has limited out on dove around these tanks in previous years. This property is known for its Quality whitetail deer (see photos.) There is approximately 75 acres of improved pasture, much of which is in coastal that produces quality hay annually and approximately 50 acres of native pasture. Plenty of grazing for horses too and room to ride. The terrain is slow rolling hills with a variety of large trees scattered and an abundant mesquite mot in the center of the property provides good cover for the wildlife.
$690,000  •  109.88 acres
Size: ±109.88 Acres. Description: Good mix of land uses with ±55 acres improved pasture which was previously used for hay production, there are fenced pastures for grazing and the remainder of the land is great for hunting, fishing & recreation. Improvements: The ranch boasts a very large 4,572 Sq.Ft. (Bell CAD) Two-Story House built in 2004 which features a Large 1,400+ Sq.Ft. 4-Car Shop/Garage and ±1,800 Sq.Ft. of Enclosed Horse Stables... all under one roof! Location: The property is located at 23950 FM 485, near the Falls & Milam County lines. Hydrology: There are multiple ponds, the largest of which is just over 1 surface acre and is stocked with bass & perch, making it a great place to fish or just relax, unwind and enjoy the sites and sounds of the natural countryside. The Northern boundary of the property features over ±1,700' feet of meandering frontage along the North Elm Creek. There is a small portion of the property within the 100-year flood zone which runs along the creekside. Utilities: There is a Bell-Milam-Falls co-op water meter on-site. Electric service is provided through Heart of Texas coop and is in on-site. Topography: Great Hilltop views of the rolling country side thanks to the over 70' of elevation changes. Flat to sloping topography at ±480' to 410' feet above sea level, with 0% - 8% slopes. Topographical Map Available Upon Request. Soil: Mix of Class 2 Houston Black Clay, Heiden-Ferris and Tinn Clay soils, very suitable for farming, or grazing. Taxes: Open Space Valuation (Ag Exempt) for low property taxes. Outside city limits, no city taxes. School Disctrict: Rogers ISD.
$339,500  •  97 acres
Approx. ±82.97 acres being cultivated dry cropland which is rotated in corn and wheat. The remainder of the land is drainage/water way and wooded space with a small stock pond near the middle of the farm.
$286,612  •  72.56 acres
Size: ±72.56 Acres. Description: Pasture Land with a Mix of Improved and Native Grass, Currently Used for Cattle Grazing. A Few Scattered Hardwoods and Moderate Mesquite Cover Provides cover for Game & Wildlife. Improvements: Barbed-Wire Perimiter and Cross Fencing. Fair to Average Condition. Location: Located just outside of Rogers on FM 2184 on the Bell/Milam County lines. Rogers ISD. Hydrology: A small Seasonal Run off Creek Runs Through the Property. Multiple Stock Ponds (4) on Property. Utilities: Bell-Milam-Falls co-op water lines along road frontage. Overhead Electric Lines Along Road Frontage. Natural Gas Pipeline Along East Boundary of Property. Topography: Rolling Topography; 0%-5% Slopes; Elevations Range from 550' - 513' Above Sea Level. (Topographical Map available). Soil: Various Soils: Heiden Clay, Houston Black Clay, Satin Gravelly Clay Loam. (Soil Report available). Taxes: Open Space Valuation (Ag Exempt) for low property taxes. Outside city limits; no city taxes. No Zoning.
$455,000  •  70 acres
Under Contract
70 acres with approximately 2/3 improved pasture with 1/3 wooded. Significant elevation changes with distant views to the north and south. Paved road frontage, community water, two power meters, fenced and a small pond. Beautiful, productive property in a very scenic area. This one won't last long.
Contact for Price  •  40 acres
40-acre, fully operational turkey-grower farm - ​4 50'x600' grower houses, two homes, equipment barn, workshop, two water wells and two community water meters. This farm is currently producing under a Cargill contract.
$100,000  •  20 acres
Size: ±20.0 Acres. Description: Approx. ±20 acres being nearly all cultivated dry rowcrop land. Improvements: There is a driveway culvert off of FM 1444. Location: The property is located just East of the community of Ben Arnold just off of Hwy 77 in Northern Milam County. Hydrology: There is no surface water on the property. Appears to have good drainage. Topography: Flat to gently sloping. There are ±30' of elevation changes across the property at ±390' to 420' feet above sea level, with ±1% - 3% slopes. (Topographical Map available). Soil: Mostly Class 2 Houston Black Clay, very suitable for farming. (Soil Report available). Utilities: Bell-Milam-Falls WSC and Heart of Texas Electric service the area. There are O.H. electric lines on site. Taxes: Open Space Valuation (Ag Exempt) for low property taxes. Outside city limits, no city taxes. Estimated Taxes With Exemptions are $258.30. School District: Cameron ISD.