Coyote Ranches Tract 1

Posted on: April 12th, 2019 by Jake Hersman

In Northern Lampasas County, is a little slice of Texas that you have been waiting for. Coyote Ranches Tract 1 consist of a 27.55-acre tract that has it all. Sweeping vistas, great home sites, large ranch neighbors, and wild game including Whitetail deer, feral hogs, doves, and small game. Minimal deed restrictions wont get in your way but keep the area as we found it. All weather entry and cleared fence row make it easy to pick the site for you and your family. Electricity {Hamilton County] and municipal water [Corix] are available for this property for minimal connection fee. More acreage available. Contact listing Agent Jake Hersman 469-223-6989.

Coyote Ranches Tract 2

Posted on: April 12th, 2019 by Jake Hersman

In Northern Lampasas County, is a little slice of Texas that you have been waiting for. Coyote Ranches Tract 2 consist of a 27-acre tract that has it all. Sweeping vistas, great homesites, pond, large ranch neighbors, and wild game including Whitetail deer, feral hogs, doves, and small game. Minimal deed restrictions wont get in your way but keep the area as we found it. All weather entry and cleared fence row make it easy to pick the site for you and your family. Electricity {Hamilton County] and municipal water [Corix] are available for this property for minimal connection fee. More acreage available. Contact listing Agent Jake Hersman 469-223-6989

Coyote Ranches Tract 3

Posted on: April 12th, 2019 by Jake Hersman

In Northern Lampasas County, is a little slice of Texas that you have been waiting for. Coyote Ranches Tract 3 consist of a 27.55-acre tract that has it all. Sweeping vistas, great homesites, pond site, large ranch neighbors, and wild game including Whitetail deer, feral hogs, doves, and small game. Minimal deed restrictions wont get in your way but keep the area as we found it. All weather entry and cleared fence row make it easy to pick the site for you and your family. Electricity {Hamilton County] and municipal water [Corix] are available for this property for minimal connection fee. More acreage available. Contact listing Agent Jake Hersman 469-223-6989.

Hidden Valley

Posted on: April 9th, 2019 by

The peace & quiet of country life is waiting for you! With the convenience of living only about 10 minutes from town, This 3 bedroom 2 bath Hill Country home sits on 10 acres giving you lots of privacy. It also comes with a play house and a barn with horse facilities. You can look out on the serene Hill Country views stretching out right before you. This wont last long! Make an appointment today to take a look.

Field Ranch

Posted on: March 8th, 2019 by

This property is 93.81 High Fenced acres located midway between Burnet and Lampasas with access from US HWY 281. Only 1 hour from Austin. This ranch is made up of rolling topography, making it feel much bigger. It contains good, heavy tree cover consisting of big Live Oak, Spanish Oak, and Cedar with some small clearings that grow native grasses but could be converted into food plots. Currently, deer, doves, occasional quail, hogs and varmints can be found and there is a small pond and a wet weather creek that livestock and wildlife use for water. The property has currently an agriculture exemption in place. Run your own livestock or imagine growing huge bucks to harvest, or you could get paid the big money by trophy hunters for your efforts! Call listing agent Greg Collins for more information 512-525-1851.

Vista Lake Ranch

Posted on: March 4th, 2019 by

Vista Lake Ranch is nestled in the hills along RR 2341. Lake Buchanan is the largest and first lake in the acclaimed Highland Lakes of Texas on the Colorado River. It is approximately nine (9) miles from Burnet. After turning onto RR 2341 from Highway 29, keep traveling six (6) miles north until turnoff. It is fronted on two sides by County Roads 110 and 113. The lower field is horse quality pasture with its red sandy loam and little to no surface rock. The ranch is traversed by Fry Branch which merges with Council Creek right off the property. The portion of the ranch on the South side of the Fry Branch starts to rise to a 120' change in elevation and also has more rock and thicker Cedar and White Brush. The ranch is fenced and is currently used as part of larger cattle operation with catch and load out pens. This is a very productive grazing property. Someone might also imagine a vineyard in this field that slowly slopes down to Fry Branch. The ranch is well treed with some massive Oaks, Elms and Pecans along with Mesquite, Persimmon and old growth Cedar. It is a great mix of open and wooded areas. Hunting is great in this area for whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove and varmints. There is a running spring that the mid 1800s homesteaders captured in a spring box and flows down to a concrete water trough. As mentioned there is 120' of elevation change and once on top, provides for the panoramic views of surrounding hills and including Lake Buchanan to the west. The ranch is located less than 15 minutes west of Burnet. Restaurants, shopping, HEB and airports are easily accessed from here. The local FBO airport Kate Craddock Field has a 5,000 foot lighted runway and full length taxi way.The Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport is within an hour drive and Austin Bergstrom being an hour and a half drive.

The Vista Lake Ranch is suited for a private ranch, viticulture and/or winery, equine operation, or development. The shape and road frontage would enhance the development potential. Call listing agents Bob Clifton 830 613-5215 or Brad Wilcox 512 461-7042 for more information. Looking forward to showing this unique property.

Cien Encinos Ranch

Posted on: March 4th, 2019 by

The Cien Encinos (hundred oaks) is a magnificent 17 acres that is only 5 minutes from Blanco, yet has end of the road privacy. There is over 559 feet of accessible Blanco River frontage. The peaceful setting along the river is set among towering pecan trees. The land is out of the Girl Scout camp that was a part of the Blanco community for several decades. The majority of the land has been cleared of cedar and brush, leaving a park- like setting of oak trees. Virtually every time you drive through the gate you can see deer or turkey.

The main home is a renovated 2-bedroom, 1.5 bath, rock home, with granite counters, wood floors, a covered front porch, tankless water heater, and a huge fireplace. The rock exterior and interior walls give the home a comfortable and welcoming feel.

The detached garage, has a huge air-conditioned office with laundry room and has 3 parking bays, with unique hydraulic operated doors.

The guest house has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, a fireplace, and a 2 car carport. The home was the camp office that has been renovated.

There is also 35×75 Quonset hut. The building is on a slab and has two 14 ft overhead doors. This has multitude of possibilities, from storage, party barn, or an enormous man cave.

Water is supplied by a well and a rain water collection system made up of 3 storage tanks that are 3,000 gallons each.

One thing that impressed the owners is the peaceful drive along Tejas Trail. They have spent many evenings driving the road in their Polaris and watching the wildlife or visiting with neighboring ranch owners. In addition there are some beautiful sunsets to behold. Whether you are looking for a permanent home or a weekend getaway, or an ideal Bed and Breakfast/events property, the Cien Encinos is worth your time to visit.

Lucky Penny Ranch

Posted on: February 26th, 2019 by Drew Colvin

Lucky Penny Ranch
533.77 acres
Bell County, TX

Location: Approximately 45 minutes NW of Austin and 10 minutes from Copperas Cove.
Description: The Lucky Penny is a spectacular 538+/- acre ranch, around 40 minutes northwest of Austin. It’s rare to find acreage with so much character and having such an abundance of surface water. The topography has elevation changes of 120 feet, yet is virtually all usable. There are tremendous vistas from the higher elevations and the western views provide some of the best sunsets to be seen. The rolling terrain is very diverse- having high elevations and productive bottom land. Much of the cedar has been cleared, leaving a good hardwood cover of live oak, Spanish oak, and elm. Areas have been left untouched for game cover and there is approximately 100 acres of coastal or klein fields.

There is no shortage of water on the ranch. There is over 1 mile of, aptly named, Clear Creek frontage. Clear Creek meanders through the ranch and a dam impounds a long stretch of clear water that is 6-8 foot deep in places. The creek is shaded by huge native pecans. The signature feature of the land is a beautiful 6+/- acre lake that reaches depths of approximately 40 feet. The banks are clear of brush and there is a rock jetty and a concrete pad, for a picnic area. This blue water lake is made for swimming, canoeing, fishing, or jet skiing. It is stocked with bass, catfish, crappie, and perch. Catches of 8+ pound bass, 2 lb. 9 oz. crappie, and catfish weighing 16 pounds have been reported. In addition the surface water the ranch has 3 water wells and rural coop water (Kempner Water Supply) provides water to the main house and guest lodge.

Improvements are not lacking either. The main house is a single story 3 bedroom, 3 bath home that is perfect for entertaining. The kitchen/dining/living area is open and has lots of windows to take in the sunsets and surrounding country. There is a den with bar and a shower in the utility/mud room. The master bedroom has 2 large walk in closets and a neat sitting area with views of the ranch. The master bath has a Jacuzzi tub and large walk in stone shower. Out the back door is a 2,000+/- square foot deck that can host a large group of folks.

A stones’ throw from the main home is a way cool 1 bedroom, 1 bath guest lodge. The home is built on the edge of a bluff and overlooks the entire ranch. There is a full kitchen and a large, open living area. A wrap around porch and deck provide breathtaking views. There is a massive built in, brick barbeque/smoker/grill/fish fryer. Between the two homes are two 2 car garages- each with an attached carport. All improvements in the compound have brick exteriors and a paved drive from the county road to the homes is approximately 2,400 feet in length.

Across the creek is relatively new foreman’s house. The house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a covered front porch. Nearby is a barn with an apartment and workshop area, pole barn, and working pens, corral, Tri-Country Horse Barn with 8 Stalls, with a tack room and a feed room and a lighted arena with four rail “Buff tech” Lifetime Vinyl fence.

The ranch has been high fenced for about 13 years. At that time three breeding bucks, from Kansas and Iowa, and three genetically superior bred does, from South Texas, were brought in. The ranch has an MLD permit from Texas Parks and Wildlife. In addition to the excellent whitetail population, there are approximately Oryx and Black Buck Antelope. There is also turkey, dove, and ducks for hunting options.

This executive ranch is easy to get excited about because it has so much variety, beauty, and character. Options are numerous- family/corporate retreat, horse/cattle ranch, home place, and future development. One thing is for sure- this premier ranch will put a smile on your face every time you drive through the gate.

Utilities: Electricity, telephone, co-op water.

Water: 3 wells, Lake Lucky Penny, and Clear Creek.

Game: Whitetail deer, turkey, dove, exotics, and fishing in ponds.

Minerals: Seller will convey ½ of minerals owned.

Price: $5,000,000.00

Terms: Cash.

Contact: Mike Bacon Drew Colvin
512 940-8800 512 755-2078

The information has been gathered from sources deemed reliable, But is not guaranteed by Texas Ranch Brokers, LLC and is subject to errors, omissions, corrections, change in price or terms, or withdrawal from the market without prior notice.

Reed Ranch

Posted on: January 17th, 2019 by Drew Colvin

Reed Ranch 2393.364 acres Hwy. 29 Burnet County

In the heart of the Texas Hill Country, along the edge of the Highland Lakes sits the magnificent Reed Ranch. The beauty of this area has captured the hearts of all who have passed through it. Straddling the Llano Uplift, the ranch provides vantage points for unmatched, panoramic views of the Colorado River Valley. This ranch traverses from lush creek bottom land to spectacular granite hilltops. For the past 60 years, the Reed Family and its estate, have been diligent stewards of this 2,381.68 acre ranch.

Water: The City of Burnet main water supply line traverses the property and houses a lift station. This supply line also provides water to the ranch. Spring Creek meanders through the property. With limestone bottoms and scenic bluffs, the creek drains into Inks Lake. In addition, there are two unnamed creeks and multiple drainages throughout the ranch are seeping and running water as a result of continued cedar clearing and improving weather patterns. The ranch gets an average of 28-30 of rain per year.

Utilities: Pedernales Electric Coop. Private Septic systems. City of Burnet municipal water.

Wildlife: This ranch has an abundance of native wildlife and up to the 2017 season, had been leased to hunters. Large trees throughout allow for turkey roosting sites. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, dove and varmints, and Aoudad.

Easements: Details on easements found on the property are contained in the Schedule B. of the Title Commitment, and can be viewed at the link below.

Topography: This property has tremendous elevation changes, with heights ranging from 900 feet in the west to 1,352 feet in the east. The property has a variety of lush creek bottoms and rugged granite hilltops with outstanding views. Spring Creek offers prime arrowhead hunting, and interesting mineral rocks are commonly found throughout the property.

Vegetation: This ranch has and abundance of trees throughout, including Post Oak, Live Oak, Pecan, Black Cherry, Cedar Elm, Hackberry, Sycamore, Spanish Oak, Walnut, and Mesquite. Good native grasses and brush give wildlife excellent cover. Consistent with this part of the state, the ranch also has cedar, algerita, prickly pear, persimmon and much more.

Minerals: Minerals are negotiable, seller believes that the mineral estate is intact. No production and no leasing present.

Soils: The soils on the ranch consist of mostly Keese – Rock association, a gravely clay based soil, including associations of Eckrant, Voca and Hensley. The gently sloping hills feature these thin soils over hard layers of resistant granite, the underlying layers of which are often exposed to form escarpments that produce the scenic topography typical for the area.

Taxes: $14,072. (2017) The ranch is taxed with an agricultural 1-D-1 valuation.

Location: This property is located 6 miles west of Burnet. Burnet is the County Seat, and features many excellent restaurants, shopping, hotels, and the Seton Medical Center. Burnet also has a municipal airport with a paved 4,200-foot runway with instrument approaches, fuel farm and an FBO. The ranch is also just 60 miles northwest of Austin, 90 miles north of San Antonio and 12 miles east of Llano. This property fronts both State Hwy. 29 and Inks Lake State Park.

Range and Carrying Capacity: The Reed Ranch is located on the Western edge of the Edwards Plateau and Eastern occurrence of the Llano Uplift. It has consistently been a very productive ranch with mostly native grassland species of gramma grasses, curly mesquite, and thick big bluestem. Per the county ag extension agent, average carrying capacity county wide is one animal unit per 14 acres on native pasture.

Improvements: Only significant improvements are an equipment barn and livestock working pens.

Price:$15,370,000. Seller will provide their existing survey (dated 2017). Highland Lakes Tile Company has completed a title commitment for the ranch and will provide the owners title policy. The law offices of Hutto and Lucksinger, will act as the closing agent. Contact Texas Ranch Brokers LLC for sellers contract form and conditions.

NOTE: Texas law requires all real estate licensees to give the following Information About Brokerage Services: trec.state.tx.us/pdf/contracts/OP-K.pdf

NOTE: Per new survey shows 2381.68 Appraisal District showing 2357.23.

All properties are shown by appointment with Texas Ranch Brokers LLC. Buyer's Broker(s) must be identified on first contact and must accompany client or customer on first showing to participate in compensation.

Big Lake

Posted on: November 13th, 2018 by Drew Colvin

Big Lake is 577 acres of gorgeous Hill Country with exceptional views, partially wooded and native grass land. Current owner presently uses for Cattle Ranch due to abundant water and grass habitat, dove populations are exceptional and quail are on the come-back. The Hill Country known as the Deer Capital of Texas this ranch has had very little hunting pressure for many years. Ranch has a water well, electricity, fully fenced and has County Road frontage with no restrictions. This is an exceptional combination ranch ready for a proud new owner priced right at $3,000 per acre. Owner will divide.