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$7,668,000  •  1,136.26 acres
Hickory Creek Ranch The Hickory Creek Ranch is uniquely situated in one of the most beautiful locations in all of Robertson County. The ranch offers a rare combination of recreational enjoyment, superb cattle grazing, and hunting opportunities. Situated on 1,136.26 +/- acres of prolific land, the Hickory Creek Ranch provides a weekend oasis that includes fantastic recreational opportunities, dynamic elevated views, and ideal proximity to several major cities. This blank canvas has large trees, excellent water, and large rolling hills unlike anything else in Robertson County. Location: The property is thirty-five minutes northwest of Bryan/College Station, two hours east of Austin and two and a half hours northwest of Houston. The property is located in the Calvert Community, west of the town of Franklin. The Easterwood Regional Airport is located 35 miles from the ranch gate and offers both commercial and private options. The ranch entrance is on the south side of South Hickory Loop Road. Habitat & Topography: The ranch offers a variety of mixed-use habitats, within the Post Oaks Savannah Ecoregion, including a blend of open pasture, post oaks, blackjack oaks, and Cedar elm. Numerous pastures have been cleared and improved with Coastal Bermuda grass for grazing. Native grasses are prevalent throughout the wooded areas, which include majestic mature hardwood bottoms and scattered post oaks. The soils primarily consist of Shadow loam, Gasil loamy fine sand, Eufaula loamy fine sand, Hearne fine sandy loam, Silstid loamy fine sand, and Uhland loam. The elevation on the ranch varies from approximately 370' along Mud Creek to elevations of approximately 440' along the eastern border of the property. This is considered to be extremely unique for this geographical area. The topography has multiple dramatic contrast points that offer beautiful views beyond the property. Cattle: The ranch runs a very productive cattle operation that has the capacity to support 350 +/- head. Wildlife, Hunting: The Hickory Creek Ranch has an abundance of wildlife and sporting opportunities. Whether your passion involves angling or the pursuit of deer, ducks, doves, hogs, or predators, you will find no shortage here. Located within one of the most productive zones of the Central Flyway, there is potential for phenomenal waterfowl hunting in the multiple ponds and along Mud Creek. The thick wooded corridors throughout the ranch provide plentiful cover and sanctuary areas for the wildlife to thrive. Water, Fishing: Both surface and subsurface waters are abundant throughout the Hickory Creek Ranch. The main bodies of surface water include a 2 +/- acre pond, two smaller stock tanks and nearly one mile of frontage along Mud Creek. The 2 +/- acre pond located on the property is believed to be 10 +/- ft. at its deepest point. The 2 +/- acre pond has amazing fishing and regularly produces largemouth bass and bream. Taxes: The property is under an agricultural tax exemption program. Minerals: Contact Broker for Details This ranch is being offered For Sale and is co-lised by TT Ranch Group with Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, and Dulling Ranch Sales with Kuper Sotheby's International Realty.
Contact for Price  •  172 acres
"The Homeplace Farm" is a 172-acre row crop farm situated in the idyllic town of Hearne, Texas. This meticulously maintained property, aptly named "The Homeplace Farm," is a haven for row crop enthusiasts seeking a highly productive and versatile farming opportunity. With a rectangular shape and direct access to FM 50, this farm offers a convenient layout that streamlines operations and access, making it a dream come true for those in the row crop industry. The farm's 172 acres feature a remarkable transition of soil types from fine sandy loam to shift clay. This diversity in soil composition is a testament to the farm's potential for cultivating various row crops, ensuring a year-round harvest of high-quality produce. The combination of fertile soil and optimal acreage creates an environment where your agricultural aspirations can flourish. 2 irrigation wells in the Brazos River Alluvium provide significant groundwater estimated at 1,000 gallons/minute/well. Despite its rural setting, "The Homeplace Farm" is conveniently located just 5 minutes from the town of Hearne, granting easy access to essential amenities, schools, and services. The property's strategic location extends further to include College Station, a mere 30-minute drive away, and Caldwell, just 20 minutes from your doorstep. This accessibility to neighboring towns and cities provides a perfect balance between peaceful farming life and proximity to essential resources and markets. With its prime location, fertile soil, and direct access to FM 50, "The Homeplace Farm" is the ideal setting for row crop farming success. This meticulously maintained property offers a unique opportunity to maximize your agricultural potential while enjoying the convenience of being close to town and major cities. Don't miss out on the chance to make this farm your own and experience the rewarding world of row crop farming at its best.
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$729,000  •  112.29 acres
$750,000
For More Information or To Schedule a Showing, Contact Tyler Jacobs, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, LLP at 936-537-1749. Claybank 112 is 112± acres off FM 2954, located in Bremond ISD. Intensively managed post-oak savannah with 50 feet of rolling elevation change, beautiful homesites, two creeks, two springs, and additional wildlife development opportunities. Claybank 112 is best suited for the outdoorsman, weekender, or permanent resident. Two separate parcels, separated by the Luminant Rail spur but connected via an 18-foot wide “free and uninterrupted” recorded easement. The most convenient assumption for most buyers is that they may locate most improvements on the smaller 14-acre tract on Fowler Road, which is paved, leaving the larger back 98± acres as a larger recreational opportunity for enjoyment. There are perpetual springs (per seller) on each of the smaller tributaries flowing east towards Claybank Creek, both of which are heavily timbered and naturally wild. There are two different marshy flats that would serve well to develop duck habitat on the eastern end with modest grade impoundments. Until recently, the beaver population had done the same without instruction. The current owners regularly conduct prescribed burns in multiple smaller fields, enhancing the native flora in the Post oak savannah. A 1.5± acre food plot and multiple strips and breaks are also regularly maintained. The Facts: ~112± acres, subject to a new survey ~14± acres on Fowler Road and a 97± acre parcel separated by a RR spur ~Access easement and grade crossing in place ~Managed 1-d-1 exemption in place through qualified wildlife management practices ~Prescribed burns, food plots, and strip buffers actively used ~Two springs ~Claybank Creek ~Elevations range from 472’ to 420’ above MSL ~Numerous trails ~Multiple opportunities for further habitat development
$1,250,000  •  103 acres
To Schedule a Showing or for more information contact Tyler Jacobs, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall at 936-537-1749. Melton Branch Ranch, a splendid recreational and livestock property, is located in the Wheelock, Texas, area. Entrance is through a pipe rail gate off Matajka Road, leading onto a winding pasture road amidst hardwood trees. The ranch boasts lush green hay meadows over sandy loam soil, enhanced by a rolling landscape that unveils multiple potential homesites across its expanse. Matajka Road, a quiet, county-maintained gravel dead-end, provides easy access from OSR Highway. Game trails abound, many following Melton Branch Creek traversing the ranch's western boundary. The land is adorned with post oak, red oaks, pecan trees, eastern red junipers, and sycamores, enriching both the open hayfields and dense timber areas. Currently benefiting from a 1-D-1 agricultural valuation, Melton Branch Ranch lies within the coveted Franklin Independent School District, presenting an ideal opportunity to build a new ranch home, facilitate a 1031 exchange, or expand existing ranching operations. The Facts: ~103± Deeded acres ~Located in the Wheelock area ~Franklin Independent School District ~Access to Highway 6 in Bryan, Texas, 20 miles away ~4,780± feet of Matajka Road frontage ~Melton Branch Creek frontage ~Improved 40±-acre hayfield ~Electric service on-site
$616,950  •  45.7 acres
Red Hill Ranch is a beautiful East Texas property with a multitude of opportunities for its new owner. Located just 25+ miles from Bryan-College Station and with road frontage on two sides, the future potential of the property is limitless. With its spectacular trees, plenty of game for hunters, and the manageable acreage, it is a great location for a full-time or recreational residence, as well. Improvements: There are no structural improvements. There is a low fence perimeter that is in average condition. Vegetation: The property is located in the Post Oaks Savannah Ecoregion. Some of the abundant tree species include post oaks, blackjack oaks, Cedar elm and Cedar trees. Wildlife: This property has plenty wildlife, including native White-tailed deer, dove, wild hogs, and predators. Water: There is one pond on the property that serves as a great source of water for wildlife, and would be adequate for livestock, as well. Minerals: Negotiable. Call Broker for details. Taxes: Ag. Exempt Price: $616,950 ($13,500/acre) Location: This property has 2,864± ft. of frontage on Hwy 6 and 1,540± ft of frontage on paved Red Hill Rd. Just south of Calvert, the entrance to the property is located 25+ miles N of Bryan College Station, 60+ miles SE of Waco, 95 miles NE of Austin, 126± miles NW of Houston and 140+ miles S of Dallas.