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64.01 acres in Mason County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Bob Quigley

Located 3 miles South of Pontotoc, Texas, 27 miles from Llano, Texas and 27 miles from Mason, Texas. This beautiful ranch boasts big views surrounded by unique granite outcroppings. This ranch is completely perimeter fenced, electricity is on-site, and a recently drilled 3 gallon per minute water well, all that is left to do is choose your homesite. Entrance on Hickory Grove Rd

63.94 acres in Mason County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Bob Quigley

Located 3 miles South of Pontotoc, Texas, 27 miles from Llano, Texas and 27 miles from Mason, Texas. This beautiful ranch boasts big views surrounded by unique granite outcroppings. This ranch is completely perimeter fenced, electricity is on-site, and a recently drilled 5 gallon per minute water well, all that is left to do is choose your homesite. Excellent interior roads. Entrance on Buffalo Rd.

65.23 acres in Mason County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Bob Quigley

Located 3 miles South of Pontotoc, Texas, 27 miles from Llano, Texas and 27 miles from Mason, Texas. This beautiful ranch boasts big views surrounded by unique granite outcroppings. This ranch is completely perimeter fenced, electricity is on-site, and a 10 gallon per minute water well, all that is left to do is choose your homesite. Excellent interior ranch roads. Nice pond and seasonal creek runs thru the property. Ranch entrance is on private road Buffalo Rd.

68.42 acres in Mason County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Bob Quigley

Located 3 miles South of Pontotoc, Texas, 27 miles from Llano, Texas and 27 miles from Mason, Texas. This beautiful ranch boasts big views surrounded by unique granite outcroppings. This ranch is completely perimeter fenced, electricity is on-site, and a recently drilled 9 gallon per minute water well, all that is left to do is choose your homesite. Ranch entrance is on new private road Buffalo Rd.

66.93 acres in Mason County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Bob Quigley

Located 3 miles South of Pontotoc, Texas, 27 miles from Llano, Texas and 27 miles from Mason, Texas. This beautiful ranch boasts big views surrounded by unique granite outcroppings. This ranch is completely perimeter fenced, electricity is on-site, and an incredible 25 gallon per minute water well that supplements a year round pond, additional large pond at the front of the property. Excellent interior ranch roads. All that is left to do is choose your homesite.

44 acres in Llano County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Bob Quigley

44 acres
$10,500/acre
-On Riley Mtn
-Excellent building site on NW corner (1,760ft) providing great views towards Lake LBJ and Lucky Mtns overlooking the entire property. -On Riley Mtn
-Highest elevation (1,780 ft) providing 360 degree views
-Paved County Road that dead ends into a large ranch 3 miles down the road
-Neat valley with giant oaks.
-Pyramid Creek begins on this property collecting runoff water from the high elevations
-Excellent water well potential
-One of the few locations in Llano County with Hickory aquifer.
-Perimeter fenced (4,023 ft new) with new gate
-Electricity provided 200 ft from building site and also at front of property

51.9 acres in Llano County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Bob Quigley

51.9 acres
$11,500/acre
-On Riley Mtn
-Highest elevation (1,800ft) providing 360 degree views
-Paved County Road that dead ends into a large ranch 3 miles down the road
-Privacy of back tract
-Neat valley with giant oaks in center of property.
-Unnamed seasonal creek begins in the valley running north into Honey Creek.
-Nearly 300 ft of elevation change at the back (west) making a dramatic unobstructed view of Enchanted Rock, Watch Mtn, and House Mtn.
-Good quality interior roads
-Excellent water well (9 gpm)
-One of the few locations in Llano County with Hickory aquifer.
-Perimeter fenced (7,386 ft new)
-Electricity only 650 ft from building site

66 acres in Llano County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Bob Quigley

66 acres
$11,500/acre
-On Riley Mtn
-Highest elevation (1,780 ft) providing 360 degree views
-Paved County Road that dead ends into a large ranch 3 miles down the road
-Privacy of back tract
-Neat valley with giant oaks.
-Pyramid Creek begins on this property collecting runoff water from the high elevations
-Nearly 300 ft of elevation change at the back (west) making a dramatic unobstructed view of Enchanted Rock, Watch Mtn, and House Mtn. This 300 ft escarpment leads down to another seasonal creek and spring.
-Nice interior ranch roads
-One of the few locations in Llano County with Hickory aquifer.
-Perimeter fenced (5,866 ft new)
-Electricity provided at front of property
-Recently drilled17 gpm well

49 acres in Llano County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2021 by Bob Quigley

49+/- acres
$11,500/acre
-On Riley Mtn
-Highest elevation (1,740 ft) providing 180 degree views looking NE towards Lake LBJ and Lucky Mtns
-Paved County Road that dead ends into a large ranch 3 miles down the road
-Neat valley with giant oaks.
-2,000 ft of Pyramid Creek runs on this property collecting runoff water from the high elevations
-800 ft of another unnamed creek runs into Pyramid creek on the property
-Nearly 100 ft of elevation change at the back (west) overlooking Pyramid Creek valley with numerous large oak and elm trees.
-Motor grader quality interior roads (seller to provide at sellers expense)
-10.5 gpm well with electricity plus excellent additional water well potential
-One of the few locations in Llano County with Hickory aquifer.
-All new perimeter fenced (7,027 ft)
-Electricity provided at front of property

Winchell River Ranch

Posted on: July 8th, 2021 by Clayton Leverett

Location: The Winchell River Ranch is located off McCulloch County Road 448, 4 miles East of State Highway 377 and 4.5 miles East of the community of Winchell, TX. The ranch is 24 miles to Brownwood, TX (Population of 20k, big box retail stores, groceries, supplies, etc.) and 27 miles to Brady, TX (Population 5,500). That puts the ranch 150 miles from Ft. Worth, TX and 140 miles from Austin, TX.

Land: The road system on the Winchell River Ranch is very good and provides trails to most of the ranch. The topography is mostly gently sloping toward the river and the shoreline is everything from gentle slopes to steep river banks. FThe bulk of the ranchs soil is rich, sandy loam deposited over many years making it extremely productive.
There are 13 pastures including the river bottom. Three of the pastures are irrigated (166 acres) and several others have been planted in B. Dahl and Kleingrass. The river pastures are approximately 2 300 acre pastures and are heavily wooded providing cover for wildlife. The current owners have caught numerous yellow cats (catfish) out of the river itself. All of the pastures are well watered by two water wells that are outfitted with electric submersible pumps. A windmill also fills a storage tank/pila and gravity feeds to two of the troughs. The electric-powered water wells can also serve the two windmill troughs, if necessary. There are 11 water troughs throughout the ranch.

Water: The entire Northern border of the ranch (approx. 4 miles) is the Colorado River. 166 acre-feet of senior water rights convey with the ranch and a submersible pump in the river provides the water to the 3 Valley irrigation pivot systems which can all be controlled via an app on a smartphone. The Ellenburger/San Saba and Hickory aquifers are believed to be beneath the ranch and there are currently two aforementioned water wells, approximately in addition to a windmill well. There are 5 stock tanks (some wet weather).

Improvements: There is an older ranch house that appears to be in sturdy condition that has 7 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms as wells as a 3-bedroom, 2 bath double-wide that was manufactured in 2015.
An implement barn is located near the entrance of the ranch along with a drive under, bulk feed storage bin.
The yard around the structures is built for outdoor entertaining. Towering Live Oaks shade the majority of the lawn and a large outdoor cooking area with built-in smoker and grills.

Financial: Owner will provide survey and basic title insurance.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.