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$8,521,950  •  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  •  835 acres
Salter Farm encompasses an 835-acre historic ranch and farm, nestled along the Brazos River banks near Calvert, TX in Robertson County. Situated around 45 minutes from College Station, approximately an hour from Waco, and an hour and a half from both Austin and Houston, Salter Farm embodies the essence of a Central Texas ranch. The property offers a variety of natural features and amenities, creating an enticing opportunity for ranching and farming enthusiasts. The blend of river frontage, wetlands, farmland, improved pastures, and hunting areas forms a well-rounded experience catering to outdoor aficionados and those interested in agriculture. Salter Farm showcases nearly 3,000 feet of Brazos River frontage, a 100-acre wetlands area named Robertson Lake, 325 acres of farmland, and over 300 acres of improved pastures. This land affords a harmonious balance for hunting, farming, and cattle operations. Robertson Lake spans 100 acres, providing a habitat for deer, waterfowl, and fishing. It's a tranquil spot to unwind on the dock with a fishing pole in hand. With 325 acres of farmland, possibilities abound for planting crops or harvesting hay. The ranch also holds over 250 acre-feet of adjudicated water rights from the Brazos, supported by several irrigation channels perfect for ensuring well watered crops or hay pastures. On the northern side of the ranch, over 300 acres of pastures roll towards the river bottom, graced by heritage oaks, pecan trees, and 100 acres of timber, ideal for hunting. With a carrying capacity of 75 AU annually, coupled with great hunting opportunities, Salter Farm is the epitome of a Central Texas ranch. Overlooking the Little Brazos River Channel, a well-built hunter's cabin offers a respite from city life, allowing residents to savor Central Texas's offerings. For those yearning to embrace this lifestyle, Texas LandMen can turn Salter Farm into your reality. Experience the charm of a ranch that harmonizes luxury with nature's grandeur.
$1,335,900  •  133.59 acres
Phenomenal multi-use property in a peaceful area of Robertson County. This 133.594 acre property offer ample space to stretch your legs and plenty of opportunities to stretch your imagination. Rolling hills offer glimpses of the property from different vantage points, but you can never quite see the whole place from one spot. Mostly open with scattered hard woods throughout. Many large post oaks dot the open areas and the heavily-wooded areas offer cover for livestock and wildlife alike with numerous deer, hogs, and more calling it home. If you like to hunt and shoot, this place would make a great place to spend your time on. A nice 1/3 acre pond is in place and ready to fish. It also serves as a great resource for livestock too. There is water well on the property with extensive piping running from the front to the rear of the property for future irrigation and watering needs. The property is fenced for cattle, with several sections being newly built. There is also a set of working pens to help move or tend to cattle as needed. This property is set up with the cattleman in mind, as its pastures have been cared for and managed to produce the most forage possible for cattle grazing. If cattle aren't your forte, it would make a great haying pasture as well. A large hilltop in the middle of the property offers a great future home or building site with a view for miles to the south. Whether it's a permanent home, weekend place, or you need a workshop, your time here would be well-spent and relaxing with a good southern breeze. This property has paved road access via Vitera Sand Rd, just southeast of Bremond. Additional grazing rights on a neighboring property may also be available. The property is currently leased for hunting and cattle. Ag exemption is in place. Some seller-imposed deed restrictions may apply.
$750,000  •  112 acres
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
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