This property is a one kind place very close to Austin MSA with a custom ranch house that has a 360 degree view around it that is extremely panoramic. It is only 5 miles from the Toll 130 and very close to Lockhart and Lytton Springs, TX and in Bastrop County. All the water rights and minerals go with the sale. Seller is selling for estate reasons and is therefore motivated to sell it. This is home to the infamous Moe Freid, the Austin Custom Granite and Marble layer in Manchaca, TX. He passed away in August of last year but the business is still going strong. There is a very large two story custom home that is unbelievable and like nothing you have ever seen. It was built in 2001 with an extremely large septic system and Polonia WSC provides 3-4 meters to the main house area. There are two stock ponds on the ranch. The separate gun room/shop away from the house. There are pristine improved grasses and Polonia WSC is on County Line Rd.. There is cattle on the ranch and the land carries with it an agricultural valuation so low cost of hold on ad valorem taxes. There is many extras of the personal family furniture in the house that may go with it if the offer is good enough. This location this close to Austin with this kind of custom home is unheard of these days. Bring your buyers quick-priced well for 3-6 month sale. This is a very motivated seller due to estate reasons and the health of the owner. On the location map that is in the files section, it is number 12 as far as exact location. This ranch has approximately $5500 per month in 5 different buildings in the NW corner of the ranch with established tenants that have been in them for years now. This is highly unusual to see existing income related with raw land anywhere. We could verify income in these properties with further seller documentation. The sellers will divide it at buyer's request into 100/100 acres with or without the main house. Seller would separate out the 100 acres without the income operating properties(5) without the main house. Seller has additional acreage(100 acres) they may sell contiguous with it with operating income stream on it with the 5 other smaller structures that generate about $5500-$6000 a month in income. The executor of this estate is ready to sell this land and house package asap. Very motivated to look at an offer now. This ranch with very large custom home is in "pending" status as of 6/4/2018 and all of it us under contract.
This property is right in the heart of a lot of growth in Williamson County close to Hutto and Taylor and Round Rock, Texas. It is very close to Coupland, Tx. It is all cultivated farm land. With the widening of roads/highways and realignments of major thoroughfares and with the expanding of utilities in the area, this would be a great long term hold/investment property. The Norman's Crossing area has experienced a lot of growth in the last 3-5 years. It can be divided up into acreage tracts and it is very close to the Toll 130 completed in 2007. It also has good farming revenue for the sellers with gross amounts from the crop adding up to $35K in the last 3-5 years. With the spike in commodity prices lately especially for grain and corn, this is a good place to be with your money making money off of the land like this while it gives you an inflation hedge as well. This is a good one! One of the owners(there are 2 owners) will sell for less than $5,000 an acre 86.565 acres and you can pick which part of it that you want to buy. We recently had a Broker's Price Opinion(BPO) done on it(Sept. 2012) and the value of the whole farm was $4,400 an acre. Both parts of it are equal in value. Please bring offers quickly. Currently leased out for farming right now. This owner will also convey all of their mineral estate with the sale. This is a good buy for income producing farmland in Williamson County. The southern half of the farm(86.565 acres) is sold as of 12/27/2012.
Nice smaller tract of land well located just outside of the town of Red Rock, TX in Bastrop County with power and well will need to be drilled for a home site. It is only 20 minutes to Toll 130 from the tract and would be a great commuter tract for someone with a great vision. Small stock tank on it property and a seasonal creek. Very heavily wooded tract with large neighbors around it. Water wells would be a must here due to an Aqua WSC line not being right at the property. The fencing is mostly in good shape as far as the perimeter fence around it and there are several good home sites on the ranch. A wide variety of vegetation on it with mesquite and cactus and a bunch of large oak trees on it with a wide variety of oaks on it such as Post Oaks and Live Oaks and Elms and also a very few cedar on it down by the creek. It would be a great hunting tract is highly secluded very close to town and seller is more eager to sell it now more than ever before. Mostly all flat terrain with a few areas with up and down.
This property would make a great secluded hunting/fishing tract within an hour and a half of Houston and 45 minutes to an hour from Austin. It has a creek on it and 4 tanks. Great wooded areas with huge cedar and pine trees all over it. It is in Ag. Exempt, and the price does not include minerals currently. Some neat ravenes on it with some gulches and gulleys as well in parts of it. The creek has springs that feed it in spots, and the head(starting point) of the springs may be on the ranch. Minimal improvements on the property with a windmill and well and some holding tanks for water with water troughs. A few small houses and a barn too are there. It is leased out for cattle also. It has been in the same family for over 40 years, and has never been for sale. The access has just been expanded to include a 60 ft. wide prescriptive easement coming from AJ Rod Rd. and going through the son's land into the Dad's land for sale. There is a utility electric line that bisects the property in half. The easement will be improved and recorded based upon receiving an earnest money contract. The price is very reasonable for the area and the county, and seller is motivated to sell due to the drought. He prefers cash/exchanges. Bring your folks fast, this place will not last at this price. Shown by appointment only. All buyers brokers must accompany their clients at every showing if they deire to be included in the commission from the seller at all.
The small commuter farm near Cameron, TX would be a great place to run cattle on or recreate on and you are only 1 hour from Austin and 1 hour from Waco and 45 minutes from Temple, TX. House and barns are in decent shape and house is livable and rentable both. Good tree cover with oaks and elms and pecans and mesquite with a variety of underbrush. Has good creek that rides a long the south side of the place and also a good tank as well. Well shaped with paved frontage on two sides on FM 1600 and CR 222. Salem Elm Ridge WSC water meter at the house and a good septic there too. Had appraisal done on it by a man out of Temple,TX two months ago at $3,500 an acre. It has been in the same family for over 100 years with property originally purchased in the early 1900's and home being built in 1948. Mineral estate is negotiable and they own them all and hunting and fishing is good in the area. Very nice location for Cameron with some large parks close by and very good tree cover around the edges of the ranch that give it some great privacy. The trees around the house area are huge and give a great canopy feeling around all the structures. Man has it leased for cattle for low tax valuation. House is being sold in "AS IS" condition as noted in the seller's disclosures filled out by the sellers. Property has good fencing and is surrounded mostly by larger neighbors except ones on FM next to the house. There are 12 heirs in the family that all own it. Two adjacent half acre lots to the property are for sale as well with two of the family members. Sellers are motivated. This Farm is under contract as of 9/19/2012.
This is a Bastrop County fire burned area land that the seller really wants to sell the land quickly! Very quickly. There is no Ag. Exempt on this property and the taxes around $6,300 a year. This is a great piece of property in a great area very close to Austin and Bastrop, TX. Great piece of property to build a home on it and/or a great recreational ranch close to Austin, TX. Bring your investors and or land holders right now that are looking in this area. This is the best price in Bastrop County now with a very motivated seller for sure. Bring them quickly. It will not last long at this price in this area. Seller just authorized a $1,000 per acre reduction in the price today(5/21/2015). A total of $84,000 price reduction. Come quick on this one.
This small tract of land has the best of both worlds. It has an older house that the seller has fixed up somewhat with a few repairs remaining and then also has a little piece of Colorado River frontage and is 35 minutes from downtown Austin, TX. The area really holds it value well and has mostly all larger neighbors around it. You are very close to Austin Bergstrom International Airport and also to the F1 Racetrack and also to the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort where you could have your guests stay overnight or kayak down the river or ride horses or play a round of golf or visit the Lazy River or hike on numerous trails around the area. All the minerals convey and there is a brand new survey paid for by the seller. Great soils for growing trees and doing gardens and the soils hold water. The house was built in 1981 and could be rented out for approx. $1000-$1500 a month. Please come see this one quick. Seller is motivated to sell by the end of the year.
COMMENTS: Great rolling heavily treed weekend retreat close to the historic town of Smithville, TX. Within one hour of Austin and two hours of Houston.
IMPROVEMENTS: Older brick ranch home with attached garage with a good water well for watering around the house and AQUA WSC water piped to the house with some older smaller barns.
EASEMENTS: Public Utility and Water
TAXES: $2500 a year with agricultural valuation in place.
LIVE WATER: Yes, Pin Oak Creek runs the distance across the property and is very full and running now even in this drought and is a wide creek with large tress all around it.
MINERALS: 50 percent convey to new buyer and 50 percent owned by the seller. Seller has done a mineral title search on it to verify mineral ownership and there is also some production with this property with one small gas well on another property. Considered a moderate new exploration area with some new wells being drilled around the ranch now.
TERRAIN: Rolling, SlopedThe, Heavily Wooded
EXEMPTIONS: Agricultural Exemption in place now.
WELLS and TANKS: There is one good water well by the house and 3 stock tanks that are all full now.
WILDLIFE: Deer and Hogs and Dove and Fish -4/6/2017
COMMENTS: *This tract of land is ideally situated along the IH 35 corridor between Austin and San Antonio, TX with all of the growth awaiting that perfect commuter horse or cattle ranch buyer *Has nice older improvements with a main house and a foreman`s smaller house with multiple barns and outbuildings all around the main area *Has a larger pond(Flood Control tank with a very strong dam) with great views of it from the main house area *Amazing Views with a backdrop off the back of it to die for with 30-40 mile views and Cottonwood Creek on it in the back *There is a water well and a water meter at the house with all necessary utilities available and hooked up at the place *Location-Location-Location-this ranch is very close to IH 35 and also to the Toll 130 conveniently located off of FM 123 that runs from San Marcos to Seguin, TX and located only 7 minutes from the Tanger Outlet Malls in San Marcos *All minerals convey that the seller owns
IMPROVEMENTS: two main older ranch houses that are larger(2750 sq. ft. approx. and 800 sq. ft. appox) and miscellaneous barns and sheds and pens around the main area of the ranch(approx. $173,000 value in improvements as per the Guadalupe County
TAXES: Guadalupe County
MINERALS: sellers own 100 percent and will convey partial depending on the offer
WILDLIFE: deer and hogs on the ranch and turkey and good dove hunting -5/17/2017
This ranch has some of the prettiest views of the Leon River Valley and some very unique topography. Smaller hunting ranch that is affordable with 50 percent of the mineral estate with the surface rights being conveyed. Perfect rectangular shaped piece of property with some great view spots of the valley down the north side of the ranch. Owner has cleared the cedar off of it and there are some huge mature live oaks and pin oaks on this ranch. Two good stock tanks that are full to capacity. A wet weather creek flows into the neighbors lake below the front tank. It is in Wildlife Exemption for lower taxes, 5 miles to Hamilton, TX and 90 miles to Austin,TX and 75 miles to Waco,TX and 80 miles to the DFW area from the ranch. Ranch is turnkey with a good well(400 ft. deep) already there and septic and a smaller cabin and storage shed. RV is negotiable(apprx. 10K or so.) Has all large neighbors around it, 2000 ft. of gravel CR frontage, great homesites all over ranch for building spots overlooking the Leon River Valley. Place has some good deer hunting on it now and dove hunting and fishing in the stock tanks. Good mixture of open areas and wooded areas and some great spots to build some food plots for the dove/deer. This place has been well taken care of by the owner with areas that have been selectively cleared with cedar eater machine and roads put in and nice stock tank up front built. Cabin on the highest point of it with larger slab than structure for further expansion. Electric already there too. Place is very green due to recent rains and shows very well right now. This property is sold as of 6/7/2012.