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0.23 acres in Gillespie County, Texas

Posted on: August 8th, 2018 by Bob Quigley

Located inside the Fredericksburg Historic Shopping District. 3 individual suites (Ruby Cabernet, Chenin Blanc, and Pinot Noir). Two have jacuzzi baths and one has a double-headed shower. See more at https://stayfredericksburg.com/wine-country-farmhouse. Recently added 6 person jacuzzi on back patio. Furnishings can be purchased additionally.

80 acres in Gillespie County, Texas

Posted on: June 1st, 2018 by Bob Quigley

Extraordinary views on one of the most scenic and iconic roads in the Texas Hill Country. 5gpm well and electricity is scheduled to be delivered to property. Property is still under construction and is not completed at this time (5/30/18).

Solomon Mountain

Posted on: May 31st, 2018 by Clayton Leverett

Approximately 20 miles North of Fredericksburg, TX and 20 miles South of Llano, TX in one of the most scenic spots in the Texas Hill Country. Water well and electricity on site. Perimeter fenced and a modest road system in place. Massive views to the North, East, and West. Property is partially owned by a licensed Texas Real Estate Broker.

Fin and Feather Ranch

Posted on: May 26th, 2018 by James Blake

Description: Fin and Feather Ranch is one of the finest fisheries and wing shooting properties in Comal County! Highlighted by an approximately 20 acre York Creek Improvement Conservation Lake (Soil Conservation Service Site 3 Reservoir). This lake has produced many black bass over 8lbs. The wing shooting for dove and duck is phenomenal as surrounding agricultural planting provide ample food and flyways. When the weather turns cold the ducks pour into the lake and produce excellent shooting opportunities. A fishery and wing shooting opportunity in Comal County of this quality is a rare find!

York Creek Improvement District will be allowed access to the property to perform routine checks to ensure structural integrity of the dam is intact.
The land maintains agricultural exemptions through 80 acres of native grass for grazing with sectioned traps being fenced off.

Utilities: Water is provided to Fin and Feather Ranch through Crystal Clear SUD based in San Marcos, TX. Electricity is provided through Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC).

Access: Fin and Feather Ranch is accessed directly from Soechting Lane. Paved to the gate entrance.

Improvements: Fin and Feather Ranch has a 3-Bay metal building/shop supplied with water and electricity perfect for storage and maintenance. Two bays have roll-up doors and one bay is open for parking.

Price: $924,000/or $8,800/acre. 2017 ag-exempt taxes were $265.

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 required by 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.

Fossil Hill Ranch

Posted on: April 17th, 2018 by James Blake

FOSSIL HILL RANCH

Description: AMAZING VIEWS FOR MILES! A rolling topography of Live Oak, Spanish Oak, and Juniper provide multiple 1,400 foot elevations with some distant views of Canyon Lake. These spectacular elevations offer panoramic building sites for a perfect recreational ranch retreat.
Fossil Hill Ranch is easily accessed with paved county road to the main entrance gate off of FM 306. Once inside the gate a network of caliche roads have been maintained to provide great access throughout the ranch. Caliche is abundant on the ranch and could be sourced for additional road development. The ranch has four cleared pastures that would make ideal food plots for wildlife enrichment. Minimal land clearing has occurred on the ranch leaving a blank canvas for improvement opportunities. Fossil Hill Ranch is bordered on three sides by large acreage properties and bordered on the south and southeast corner by Mystic Shores at Canyon Lake Subdivision.

Location: Fossil Hill Ranch is located in both Blanco and Comal Counties. Ideally situated nine miles from the intersection of Highway 281 and Farm-To-Market 306. Fossil Hill Ranch is 16 miles from Canyon City (Canyon Lake) and 20 miles from the city of Blanco with both cities offering restaurants, shopping, and supplies. For convenient access to the out of town owner Fossil Hill Ranch is located 40 miles to the San Antonio International Airport.
Water: Fossil Hill Ranch has a beautiful small spring-fed pond that serves as a great water resource for wildlife.The flow rate and seasonality of the spring is unknown. In addition, the ranch features wet weather creeks and great opportunity for surface water development. Groundwater in the area is excellent with the ranch currently having one working well with an electric submersible pump providing water for livestock. The second well on the ranch is no longer in service and it is unknown the scope of work to bring the well into service.

Access: Primary access to Fossil Hill Ranch is via FM 306 and approximately 4 miles down Mystic Breeze to the gated entrance.

Improvements: An old hunting lodge, barn, working pens, and corral exists on the property, but serve only as reminders of the past.
Financial/Title: Listing price is $4,496,500 or $8,500/acre. A survey was conducted on Fossil Hill Ranch in 2015. Electricity is provided by Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC). Fossil Hill Ranch is located in the Comal ISD, and estimated ag-exempt taxes are $800 per year.

100% of mineral rights transfer.

Canyon Creek Ranch

Posted on: April 12th, 2018 by Bob Quigley

Canyon Creek Ranch

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Location: Canyon Creek Ranch is located approximately one hour from Austin and San Antonio
and four hours from both Houston and Dallas. The quaint village of Wimberley is 15 minutes
away with nice shopping and dining. The property is in Hays County and less than 1 mile from
the Comal County line.
Description: The ranch begins with open pasture land that transitions off the Blanco River
bottom into rocky escarpments and mesas full of Texas red oak, cherry, walnut, cedar elms and
live oaks that have been estimated to be over 300 years old. From atop the Devil's Backbone
and Ranch Road 32 some ten miles away, across the cedar hills it is possible to see the open
grass fields and shiny tin roof of the horse barn on Canyon Creek Ranch. It is a beautiful piece of
the Texas Hill Country, diverse in many ways. A deep limestone canyon cuts through the ranch
and most of the year is full of clear and cold spring water.
Water: Honey Creek is located on the ranch (3300 of creek frontage). Running in the SW
pasture, Honey Creek is a strong-flowing creek that empties into the Blanco River and at the time
of this writing (March, 2018) has a steady flow. There are several low-flowing springs scattered
throughout the ranch. Two stocked ponds on the property make for great fishing, duck hunting,
swimming, or relaxation. The larger pond is supplemented from one of the 20+ gallon per
minute wells on the ranch. The 235 acre ranch is over one of Texas major aquifers, the Trinity
Aquifer, and the springs more than likely emanate from it. There are 4 water wells on the
property ranging from 20 -30 gallons per minute. Well logs available upon request.
Access: There are 2 access points to Canyon Creek Ranch. Both are directly off of Fischer Store
Road. The main entrance is through an electric gate.
Improvements: There are 3 main structures on the ranch that are in excellent condition.
Nearest the entrance of the ranch is the guesthouse; a 2 story, 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath, screened
porch, bonus room that could be converted into a bedroom, and a detached garage with walk-in game freezer. Secondly, the cabin
contains a large bedroom, bath, complete kitchen, living room and screened porch. Attached is
a party pavilion with roll up doors on both sides allowing the Hill Country breeze to move
through. Finally, a 4 stall, first class horse barn with 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment with full
kitchen for guests or ranch/horse hands. There is also an office, a garden room with sink, and
separate bathroom in the horse barn. On top of the canyon there is a viewing deck and seating
area with a new well and electricity.
Wildlife: Under careful supervision of wildlife biologists since 1994, the ranch has nearly every
animal and bird species known in central Texas. Large flocks of wild turkey, mature whitetail
deer, dove, waterfowl, red fox/grey fox, jackrabbits, ring-tail cats, and occasional feral pigs can
be found. There are painted buntings and Eastern blue birds around the guesthouse to watch
and various birds of prey in the canyon. Over the years a pair of bald eagles comes to stay, likely
visiting from the Highland Lakes region up north. The University of Texas at Austin Biology
department has performed research in the canyon floor discovering several desirable plant
species previously unknown to be in the region.
Price: $5,400,000. 2017 Wildlife exempt taxes were $5,500.
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 required by 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.

Cherokee Ranch

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Gently sloping land with 90% of the property being in productive, loamy soil. Two water wells of unknown production, powered by electric submersible pumps are in place and are operational at this time. Electricity, from Central Texas Electric Coop, is located on the property. The owners currently run cattle and maintain their ag exempt tax status. The ranch is believed to be situated above the Hickory aquifer so excellent groundwater is a very good possibility. More information on the groundwater status can be obtained from the Hickory Underground Water District.
Subdividing is possible.

Cedar Mountain Ranch II

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Location: Cedar Mountain Ranch II is located 25 miles South of Llano, Texas and 22 miles North of Fredericksburg, Texas off of the historic and scenic Willow City Loop.

Description: Rough and raw are the best adjectives for the Cedar Mountain Ranch. A large portion of the ranch is located on top of Cedar Mountain. With 360 in elevation changes, views to the South and East of the ranch are nothing short of extraordinary. Approximately 1/2 of CMR II lies in Llano County with the other half being in Gillespie County.

The road system is adequate and provides a good overview of what the ranch has to offer.

LCRA has a transmission easement across and through the ranch going East/West. It is a large transmission line, but with the terrain, topography, and vegetation, it isnt overly obnoxious.

A large portion of CMR has dense cover, primarily Juniper, Persimmon, and Bee Brush. Other than that, your standard mix of hardwoods includes Post Oaks, Live Oaks, and a smattering of Red Oaks and Cedar Elms.

Water: There are several lowflowing springs scattered about the ranch. In the Northeast quadrant of the ranch, a long, deep canyon that is a little over a mile long, contains multiple springs and normally is a constant flowing unnamed creek. The photos, taken in late June 2015, show some of its potential. The owners, as well as neighboring ranchers, have said that the springs that feed into the creek are strong and almost never stop flowing. The location of CMR is directly over one of Texas minor aquifers, the Hickory Aquifer, and the springs more than likely emanate from it.

Access: Access is via the Willow CityClick Road,a public road, which dead ends into private property a short distance from CMRII.

Improvements: A water well is in the Southwest corner of the ranch. It has a solarpowered submersible pump and the original well log states that it yielded 15 gallons per minute at the time it was drilled. There is an old hunting cabin located at the Northeast quadrant of the ranch. Residential electricity (from Central Texas Electric Coop) comes onto the property near the cabin.

Price: $2,375,000/or $4,750/acre. 2016 agexempt taxes were $480. Additional acreage (863 acres +/) may be available that includes a wellappointed cabin, barn, frontage on Cutoff Creek, and road frontage along the Willow City Loop.

San Saba River Ranch

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Location: Approximately 2 hours from San Antonio, Texas; 2 hours from Austin, Texas; 20 minutes from Mason, Texas; 20 minutes from Menard, Texas; 25 minutes to Brady, Texas

Land: Gently rolling land spotted with Live and Post Oaks, as well as a few native pecan tress along the river. A spectacular grove of trees in the NE quadrant along the river includes Oaks, Giant Elms, and native Pecans. A fair amount of brushy shrubs (Juniper, Whitebrush, prickly pear, and some Mesquite) are scattered about creating just enough habitat for the local wildlife to thrive.

Wildlife: An abnormally large population of Rio Grande turkey call this area home. They roost up and down the river and they can be heard often throughout the day. Feral hogs, Whitetail deer, quail, Jackrabbits, and an array of varmints abound as well.

Water: Approximately 6500' of the famed San Saba River, often referred to as one of Texas' best kept secrets. It's known for its clarity and limestone-lined bottom. From long, deep pools to shallow ripples and falls this river is sure to impress. Limestone cliff faces along the river are dramatic and conjure up the days when cowboys and Indians were roaming the territory.

Improvements: Electricity is not on property but is available and there are currently no water wells (more information can be found on local underground water through the Menard County Underground Water District).

Access: Access is off of FM1311.

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.

Cedar Mountain Ranch

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Location: Cedar Mountain Ranch is located 25 miles South of Llano, Texas and 22 miles North of Fredericksburg, Texas off of the historic and scenic Willow City Loop.

Description: Rough and raw are the best adjectives for the Cedar Mountain Ranch. A large portion of the ranch is located on top of Cedar Mountain. With approximately 360 feet in elevation changes, views to the South and East of the ranch are nothing short of extraordinary. Almost 1/3 of CMR lies in Llano County with the remainder being in Gillespie County.

The road system is adequate and provides a good overview of what the ranch has to offer. A large portion of CMR is densely covered, primarily in Juniper, Persimmon, and Bee Brush. Other than that, your standard mix of hardwoods includes Post Oaks, Live Oaks, and a smattering of Red Oaks and Cedar Elms. Cedar Mountain Ranch also has one of the highest concentrations of Mountain Laurel that I've seen on a single property in a long time. The Lower Colorado River Authority has a transmission easement and the line runs East/West through the ranch.

Water: In the Northeast quadrant of the ranch, a long, deep canyon, a little over a mile long, contains multiple springs and normally is a constant flowing unnamed creek. The photos, taken in late June 2015, show some of its potential. The owners, as well as neighboring ranchers, have said that the springs that feed into the creek are strong and almost never stop flowing. The location of CMR is directly over one of Texas minor aquifers, the Hickory Aquifer, and the springs more than likely emanate from it.

Access: There are three access points to public roads. Two of the access points are directly off of the Willow City Loop (over 5000 of Loop frontage) and the other is off of the Willow CityClick Road, which dead ends into private property a short distance from CMR.

Improvements: There is an old hunting shack located at the Northeast quadrant of the ranch. Residential electricity (from Central Texas Electric Coop) comes onto the property near the cabin.

A water well, near the center of the property, contains a solar-powered pump logged at 30gpm to supply water for livestock and wildlife.

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.