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$12,750,000  •  2,582.24 acres
SRK River Ranch 2,582.24 Acres The Ranch property contains 2,582.24 acres of land located along northeast side of FM 500, about one mile north of CR 215 and approximately fifteen miles northwest of San Saba in San Saba County, Texas. The property offers a wide variety of topographical relief from gently sloping improved pasture to rolling and steeply sloping native pasture. The property provides a total change in elevation of about 180 feet with the main drainage features being Cottonwood Creek, Turkey Creek and the Colorado River. Sandy loam soils typical of the neighborhood are dispersed over the subject with numerous sandstone outcrops on the upland native pastures. Tree cover consists of a variety of oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, willow, pecan and mesquite trees. The property has been well-maintained over time with very little cedar tree regrowth. It has a desirable mixture of land types with about 175 acres in open improved pasture, 10 acres in pecan orchard and the balance being in wooded native pasture. There are numerous earthen stock tanks on the property which reportedly hold water throughout the year. A private well and meters from Richland Springs WSC provide potable water to the subject dwellings and livestock water troughs. The entire property is enclosed within standard height barb wire fencing in good condition. Wildlife species on the ranch are typical of the neighborhood, including whitetail deer, hog, turkey, dove and quail. Several of the earthen tanks are also stocked with bass. The property is physically capable of supporting a wide range of land uses dominated by outdoor recreation, livestock production and use as a large acreage home site. The property is improved with a 3,267 SF (living area) main house, a guest cabin, two ranch hand houses, and various out-buildings. The main house is a high-quality residence suitable for owner occupancy on a full or part-time basis. The house design is well suited to occupancy by the owner and for guest lodging along with entertainment. The guest cabin is very functional and provides additional guest lodging. The two ranch hand houses are modest in size and design, representing older dates of construction. These two dwellings have historically been used by ranch employees. The outbuildings include a barn, equipment shed and horse barn which complement the livestock production and outdoor recreational uses of the ranch. These out-buildings are highly functional and are utilized for a multitude of ranch functions. The property is located outside the boundaries of any municipality and is not subject to zoning. The property is subject to the regulations of San Saba County regarding the installation and operation of on-site septic systems as well as any subdivision of the property. Land Uses: The area neighborhood has historically been owned in larger ranch units with trends over the past thirty years toward division into smaller units. Ownerships remain typically above 100 acres with several ranches above 500 acres. The balance of neighborhood properties consists of acreage home sites, recreational and livestock-based land uses. Guest Cabin: The guest cabin is located southwest of the main house, containing a total of 1,394 SF of living area. The cabin represents wood frame construction on a pier-and-beam foundation with masonry and concrete fiber board siding on the exterior walls and a corrugated metal roof. A 410 SF covered porch is attached to the front of the cabin as well as a 230 SF enclosed screen porch. The floorplan provides two bedrooms and two baths with a bunkroom, open dining/kitchen/living area and pantry/utility room. Interior finishes include rustic wood floors and barn wood panel walls and ceilings. The cabin utilizes central heat and air for interior climate control. An on-site septic system handles wastewater disposal. The guest cabin represents older original construction with additions and remodeling occurring within the past fifteen years. Ranch Hand Houses: There are two ranch hand houses located on the southwestern portion of the subject near FM 500. These two modest dwellings consist of wood frame construction with siding exteriors and sheet metal roofs. One house contains about 900 SF and is built on a concrete slab foundation while the second house utilizes a pier-and-beam foundation and contains about 1,350 SF. Both structures use window units for cooling and space heaters with on-site septic systems handling wastewater disposal. These houses are occupied full-time by employees of the ownership. The age of the houses is unknown but is estimated to have been built in the 1950’s. A ±700 SF detached garage is situated south of the ranch hand houses. This structure is supported by a wood pole frame with corrugated sheet metal covering the sides and roof over a dirt floor. Barn: This structure encloses 2,400 SF with two 15-foot overhangs on each side for covered parking and storage. The barn utilizes a steel frame and has cypress wood exterior walls supported by a concrete slab foundation with a sheet metal roof and sliding doors on each end. There is a 180 SF screened game processing room located on the northwest corner of the building connecting to a walk-in cooler. The barn is used for ranch vehicle maintenance, game processing, as a workshop and for storage of lumber, tools and supplies. The barn was built in about 2003. Equipment Shed: This structure consists of pipe and steel frame construction with open sides and a sheet metal roof. The canopy covers approximately 2,700 SF and has a dirt floor. The equipment shed was built in about 2015. Horse Barn: This building was constructed on a pipe and steel frame with cypress wood covering the exterior walls and a sheet metal roof. The horse barn is open on two sides and contains a total of about 5,145 SF under roof. The six stalls and covered pen have a dirt floor while the tack room, storage room and wash areas are on a concrete slab. The tack and storage rooms are fully enclosed with cedar siding walls. A 240 SF covered porch on a concrete slab is attached to the north side of the building. The structure is used for care of horses and livestock and is connected to a set of pipe livestock working pens on its south and east sides. The horse barn was built in about 2006. Ranch Improvements: The ranch contains a good network of interior ranch roads that are maintained by ranch employees using a road grader and bulldozer. In addition, the property contains numerous earthen stock tanks scattered throughout which serve as water sources for livestock and wildlife. Many of these earthen tanks are stocked with bass. The largest tank contains approximately 3½ surface acres and has a covered fishing pier. Water: The ranch is located within the Richland Springs Water Supply Corporation’s (WSC) Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) Boundaries. Potable water for use on the property is supplied by Richland Springs WSC meters and by an on-site private well. Livestock water is supplemented by numerous earthen stock tanks. Wastewater: The ranch building improvements utilize on-site septic systems for wastewater disposal. Fencing: The perimeter of the ranch is fenced with standard-height 7-strand barb wire fencing on a mixture of wood and steel posts in good condition. Portions of the property are also cross-fenced. Easements: Subject to survey. Typical utility easements for water, telephone and electric service cross the property. Based on information from the seller, the property is encumbered by several access easements to property owners adjoining the north boundary. These easements follow existing ranch roads. Minerals: Negotiable, and subject to title inspection. Water Rights: The ranch property contains 65 acre-feet of water rights out of the Colorado River with a priority date of December 31, 1963. Rare and unique, anything comparable will be very hard to find, you owe it to yourself to see it before its gone. Call today for a private showing contact Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 or Mike Bacon 512-940-8800.
Contact for Price  •  2,554 acres
IN PROCESS Contact fore more details. ICON GLOBAL GROUP ANNOUNCES: IMMEDIATE CALL FOR OFFERS SEALED BID - PRIVATE OFFER PROCESS TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY DATA ROOM & RANCH TOUR ACCESS FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS Previously listed at $8,900,000 6 TOTAL PURCHASE OPTIONS: Option 1 | 2,554± acres: 7D Ranch Option 2 | 1,277± acres: Parcel #1, Parcel#2 Option 3 | 1,277± acres: Parcel #3, Parcel #4 Option 4 | 1,910± acres: Parcel #1, Parcel #2, Parcel #3 Option 5 | 1,577± acres: Parcel #2, Parcel #3, Parcel #4 Option 6 | 645± acres: Parcel #4 Nestled in the majestic Texas Hill Country, complete with dramatic elevation changes and views of all of San Saba County, 7D ranch is where hunting, entertaining and ranching meet. The ranch is situated in San Saba County and is comprised of four sections forming an almost perfect square. It is just over two and a half hours south of Fort Worth, three hours from Dallas, and forty-five-minutes from Llano or Lampasas. This is a rare opportunity for a first-class recreational hunting ranch with four large fenced pastures which are watered via the 18+ surface water stock tanks, and county water throughout. For the cattle hobbyist there is also an interior trap connected by a fenced lane all the way to the custom-built working pens. Fencing is in good to excellent condition throughout the ranch. For the avid hunter and outdoor sportsman, 7D is home to trophy deer, turkey, quail, hogs and varmints. The ranch is TPWD Level III MLD and has a game fenced perimeter of 80% of the ranch. The deer have been managed for over 20 years, which makes for some pretty impressive bucks. All of this combined with a beautiful custom lodge makes the 7D a very special opportunity. Location: Situated on CR 117 between San Saba and Goldthwaite and only a few minutes to groceries and shopping, a little over two and half hours from Fort Worth, three hours from Dallas, or an hour and a half from Austin. Habitat & Topography: As is typical in the northern Hill Country, the topography consists of plateaus combined with rolling post oak draws and drainages, mesquite-treed pastures and native grasses beneficial to both cattle and wildlife. The elevation ranges from 1,330 feet to 1,484 feet above sea level. 7D Ranch has 5 plateaus that create drainages and multiple large rock bottom creeks and hardwood draws throughout. The plateaus also provide stunning panoramic views overlooking the land. The property grasses are bluestem, windmill grass, switchgrass and side oats gramma. There are some areas of improved grasses that can be seen from the Lodge. Wildlife, Hunting: 7D Ranch is teeming with wildlife; Deer, turkey and quail appear to be in great condition with no active hunting leases in place. Drainages off the plateaus and 18+ surface water tanks keep the game animals well-watered. MLD Level III managed native deer herd is only hunted by owners and friends. 20 years of managing the herd with the ranch producing bucks in the high 150’s and 160’s B&C and a few 180’s have been taken. Improvements: Custom built in 2014, the 5,475 square foot Lodge is perched on a plateau with views that are hard to find. The two-story timber frame Lodge has 3 bedrooms including the downstairs master, 3 full-baths and 2 half-baths. The lodge can sleep a dozen or more comfortably. No expense was spared in constructing this white oak timber frame home with floors and trim all finished by hand, includes custom cabinetry and fixtures are custom. Rooms, closets and bathrooms are all large as expected in a corporate style Lodge. Exterior of the home, porches, pool deck and the main ranch entry are all built with stone from the ranch. Outdoor living at 7D was carefully thought out and designed perfectly for entertaining large groups. There are several thousand feet of wrap around porches, perfect for enjoying the scenery and wildlife, an in-ground pool overlooking the entire county and a smoke house with BBQ pits. Ten custom built 2 person insulated deer stands that are 6’6” tall on steel stands towering above the hill country views along with 18-1,000 lb. feeders will convey with the sale. Other improvements include large custom 4,000 square foot pole barn, walk in deer cooler, covered cleaning area and a 3,000 square foot insulated shop on a slab. Taxes: Ag exempt $21,208.45 Property rights: • Owner has 100% of wind rights which will convey • All owned mineral rights will convey with sale of ranch.
$2,772,000  •  840 acres
PROPERTY SUMMARY: Gun Barrel 840 Ranch is an exceptional recreational ranch located in the heart of Freestone County, TX. Gun Barrel Ranch is conveniently located west of Interstate 45 half way between Houston and Dallas/Ft Worth. The ranch features a mature hardwood canopy throughout, established and managed food plots, two potential sizeable lake sites, rolling topography with over 100' of elevation change, managed low fenced whitetail herd and miles of managed trails/roads to navigate the ranch at your leisure. Additional land could be added and the division line is not an absolute. View Hausler Creek Ranch to see adjoining acreage.HISTORY: The ranch has a deep history dating back to the late 1800's where an old moonshiner lived in a primitive cabin located on the ranch just off of a natural spring, where he produced moonshine. The moonshiner had multiple encounters with law enforcement during the prohibition days and a shoot-out occurred in front of the cabin. The old whiskey maker shot and killed two law enforcement officers and later, in a second encounter, the moonshiner was killed as well. The cabin remains intact today but left mainly in its natural state for guests to walk back in time while imagining the scenes of the past.LOCATION: Centrally located approximately 87+/- miles from Dallas, 119+/- miles from Ft Worth, 160+/- miles from Houston and 160+/- miles from Austin, TX. Gun Barrel Ranch is located 10 miles north of Teague, TX and ~8 miles, as a crow flies, from Interstate 45.DIRECTIONS: From Houston take I-45 N toward Teague, TX. Exit #189 onto TX-179 and stay on 179 W for ~6.8 miles. Turn right onto Farm Road 553 for ~.8 miles, then turn left onto U.S. Hwy 84 W for ~2.8 miles, then turn right onto FM 80 N for ~6 miles, then turn right on County Road 950 continue for ~1.2 mile, turn right onto County Road 951. The entry gate is ~.4 miles ahead on your right.From Dallas take I-45 S toward Richland, TX. Exit FM 14 south through Richland to Wortham, TX. In Wortham turn left (E San Saba Ave) on FM 27. Proceed ~8 miles to FM 80 and turn right (south). Continue on FM 80 for ~1.79 miles and turn left onto County Road 950. Stay on County Road 950 for ~1.2 miles and turn right on County Road 951. The entry gate is ~.4 miles ahead on your right.TERRAIN: The terrain and water flows from west to the north/east across the property. The high point of the ranch is close to the entry on the north side of the ranch and the low point being in the north/east corner where the unnamed creek exits the ranch. Numerous food plots are strategically placed on the property with deer and hunting in mind. The remainder of the property is heavily wooded and managed hardwood forest consisting of oak, live oak, sand oak, ash, post oak, pin oak, water oak, cedar, blue jack, elm, black walnut, river birch and amazing dogwoods in the spring. The elevation changes range from a high of 521' to a low of 418' for ~103' of elevation change.SOILS: Gun Barrel 840 Ranch soils are primarily fertile sandy loam in the uplands and clay in the bottom areas.WATER: Multiple unnamed tributaries converge in the middle of the property and eventually flow to the north/east off the ranch into Hausler Creek then into Caney Creek. There are multiple springs and seeps across the property providing plentiful natural watering resources. Three ponds exist on the ranch. One of the ponds is spring fed and remains consistently at or near full level throughout the year. The ranch is located over the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer which is one of the more prolific aquifers in the State of Texas yielding good opportunity for a productive water well with domestic capabilities.LAKE(S): There are three potential lake sites yielding up to 20+ surface acres in size, located on the property. Buyer to verify and determine the validity of the lake site(s).WILDLIFE: Gun Barrel Ranch has been in the MLD program for almost 20 years and was Level 3 prior to the designation change. The ranch is currently enrolled in MLDP under the "Harvest Option". The free range Whitetail deer population is impressive! Waterfowl, wild hog and varmint hunting can be excellent in the immediate area.IMPROVEMENTS: Boundary fencing, food plot locations, the Moonshiner Cabin and supporting work shed.LAND IMPROVEMENTS: Five strand fences are in place around three sides of property. All fences around the exterior of the property have been cleared over the past 2 years. Over 5+ miles of roads and trails have been established throughout the ranch and culverts have been added where needed.EASEMENTS: Two gas pipeline easements traverse the Gun Barrel 840 Ranch. The smaller pipeline runs north and south on the north western edge of the property. The larger pipeline easement is being utilized to plant food plots in clover, wheat and oats providing a scenic opportunity to hunt and watch wildlife.SURFACE LEASES: None to Seller's KnowledgeMINERALS: Surface Only. Seller owned minerals do not convey at the current asking price.UTILITIES: Navarro County Electric Cooperative lines are located at County Road 951, Clay Hill Water Supply Corporation is believed to exist in the County Road to the north of the entry gate.SCHOOL DISTRICT: Teague Independent School DistrictTAXES: Property taxes are estimated to be approximately $1,400 per year including an agriculture exemption on the majority of the property.COOPERATING BROKER: Cooperating Brokers/Agents representing Buyers must be present for all showings to participate in real estate commissions. Hortenstine Ranch Company LLC reserves the right to determine the level of fee participation shared with a cooperating Broker.PRICE: $3,300 per acre ($2,772,000.00)CONTACT:Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC (Broker)214-361-9191 officeCasey Berley, Broker214-422-7253 mobileCash McWhorter, Broker/Partner469-222-4076 mobile
Contact for Price  •  745 acres
745 ± Acres 3± miles from Melvin, Texas Private ranch water meter system 2 Ponds New galvanized high-fencing Rolling Central Texas countryside Convenient to Brady Reservoir 2± Miles of wet-weather creeks and tributaries Abundant native wildlife
Contact for Price  •  657 acres
657 ± Acres 3± miles from Melvin, Texas Private ranch water meter system Miles of good interior ranch roads New galvanized high-fencing Rolling Central Texas countryside Convenient to Brady Reservoir Half a mile of wet-weather creeks and tributaries Abundant native wildlife
Contact for Price  •  598 acres
598 ± Acres 3± miles from Melvin, Texas Private ranch water meter system Miles of good interior ranch roads New galvanized high-fencing Rolling Central Texas topography Convenient to Brady Reservoir Almost 2.5 miles of wet weather creeks Abundant native wildlife
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$2,698,000  •  350 acres
$2,890,000
The Bagley Ranch is located in San Saba County just southwest of San Saba. The eastern border has over 4,000’ RR 1030 frontage. This is a very fertile/productive ranch providing wheat pastures for harvest and cattle forage with approx 260 tillable acres. The Pecan trees are massive and plentiful and produce a substantial commercial crop also. There’s plenty of cross fencing to help manage grazing and separate livestock during farming operations. Also, a stout set of working pens are in place for handling livestock. This immaculate, well cared for ranch with little to no rock and its many diversified uses make it one of the most desirable ranches in San Saba County. A warm and welcoming natural stone and cedar ranch style home sits in the shade of the beautiful pecan trees surrounded by a large yard and outdoor patio area ideal for family fun and entertaining. There are multiple covered parking spaces for vehicles, with plenty more parking and storage for your RV, four wheelers, tractor and equipment in the multiple sheds, shops and 40’x80’ barn. There is an Artesian well that supplies plenty of good water to the home and ranch. Stock ponds also provide water for livestock and wildlife. With abundant Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Dove and Hogs, hunting can be excellent on The Bagley Ranch. Call Agent Brad Wilcox 512-461-7042 for more information. Co listed with Darlene Wilson 325-205-2469
$1,904,000  •  272 acres
The 272+/- acres is located in San Saba County just southwest of San Saba. The eastern border has over 2,000’ RR 1030 frontage, along with good frontage also on CR 314. The main ranch has been blessed with an Artesian well that produces some of the best water you’ll ever taste! There is a possibility that a second well of the same quality could be drilled on the 272. The well could be drilled at a deeper depth to produce even more water if someone wanted a large-scale irrigation system. This is a very fertile/productive ranch providing wheat pastures for harvest and cattle forage with approx. 260 tillable acres. The Pecan trees are massive and plentiful, producing a substantial commercial crop. There’s plenty of cross fencing to help manage grazing and separate livestock during farming operations. The ranch can carry approx. 40 cows and their calves comfortably. If you want to feed calves on wheat, you can feed out approx. 150 head. This immaculate well cared for ranch with little to no rock and its many diversified uses, make it one of the most desirable ranches in San Saba County. Stock ponds also provide water for livestock and wildlife. With abundant Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Dove and Hogs, hunting can be excellent on The Bagley Ranch. Contact listing agent Brad Wilcox 512-461-7042 for any questions or appointment. Property is being co listing agent Darlene Wilson with True Source Realty.
Contact for Price  •  50 acres
50 ± Acres 4,100± square foot ranch house 4BR/3BA/1HB Tennis court Large manicured yard 2,700± square foot hay barn Tack room, Storage barn and workshop Trinity well Rich and lush pastureland