135 acres in Milam County, Texas

135 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This would be a great property for an investment/hunting property within an hour of Austin with all the mineral rights/water rights. Has great tree cover and great deer habitat on it with a creek and a pond. Has older shell metal home and pole barn attached underneath it built by seller with HVAC and lots of extras including all appliances in home/washer/dryer/old smokehouse outside home with outhouse and older pole barn as well. Seller has piped rural WSC water back to home all the way from CR and property is very quiet and seclusive as well. This seller is very motivated/bring all offers due to quick move to Australia. Seller has aloso built a long dirt road back to home from CR that needs a little work and a little TLC around home as well, seller is willing to give allowance for road fixing up at closing. Bring all offers fast, this one won’t last long!! This property is under contract as of 11/13/07.

100 acres in Lampasas County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This property is a live water jewel a little over an hour from Austin and 1.5 hrs from Dallas/FW area. It already has a nice small ranch house on it(1100 sq. ft. approx.) with stained tile, all furniture conveys with sale except for a few personal items in the house, nice blinds, alarm system, and many many extras(storage shed, kayaks with trailer, lawn equipment, well house with two good wells, concrete crossing, nice gravel road coming in, HVAC at house, water treatment system at house, 2 bedroom 2 bath, nice cedar fence at home, old rock off of the place used to build the home 3 years ago, 1700 ft. of frontage on Lampasas River and 1900 ft. of frontage on Hwy. 281, would make great end user place with investment appeal for the future as well the way it sits out, great water in river now, this one won’t last long, come look now, great hardwoods along river, 40% treed, a lot of floodplain with dry creek and river on place, bring offer now! This property is under contract as of 8/28/07.

45 acres in Lampasas County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This is a great riverfront property just released on the market. It has over a mile of river frontage on the Lampasas River and has an old historical home on it from 1854. It has great oats/coastal on it with lots of huge trees on it including native pecans/etc. There are three older outbuildings on it and it also has an old rock wall on it that is neat. There are two good wells on it and it has an old river bridge crossing on it too. There is a lot of Hwy./FM/CR frontage altogether and it is in ag.exempt with seller conveying partial minerals. It would make a great hunting place with the river and all the open fields on it. Several great places to build a dream home on it, great place overall. Bring offers, live water places like this go fast. The West side of this property(W. of Hwy. 281N) is sold as of 8/14/08. The E. side of Hwy. 281(45+/- acres) with the old historical home on it is still for sale at $6,613.83 an acre, a total investment of $297,000. This prop. is sold as of 7/22/2010.

150 acres in Frio County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This is as good of a small place that you can buy in S. Texas right now. Everything has been done for you and it is turn key with. Seller has put in about $50K worth of improvements(good well, electricity, lights/outlets around camp area, piped water all over the place from well(stock tank, water troughs), brand new roads/senderos cut, has Todo Santos Creek on it, brand new survey done as of Feb. 2007,jeep cover/camper/deer hangars/shed/food plot, protein and corn feeders all over the place, very thick brush with guajillo/black brush/granillo/priscimmon/wahia/cactus/big mesquites/etc./no minerals available/perfect rectangular shape, large neighbors, one side high fenced, 1 hr to San Antonio/2 hrs. to Austin, great place that is turnkey, feeders/hog panel/jeep/etc. all negotiable, piped water at the camp area for game cleaning/etc.. This is a special place that one could walk right into and hunt the same day. Great bird(quail/dove) hunting/deer hunting/have pics from deer cam this past year of good bucks. Can email them to you. Broker/Owner

354 acres in Bastrop County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This property is a great place for hunting/weekend retreat/long term investment within an hour of Austin and 2.5 hrs from Houston. It is in Ag. Exempt and seller is conveying partial minerals possibly and the water rights. There are 3 ponds on it with lots of big pine on it, has lots of CR frontage on two Cr’s, and has a lot of great deer habitat on it as well. It has big pines all over it and other various big hardwoods, very heavily wooded place. There is Tifton 485 coastal planted, it has an LCRA highline going through part of it. It is in an area of explosive growth right now being right the middle of the county. There is rural water available, it is completely fenced, and the survey was done last on it in 1993. The neighbor the south is the infamous Double D Ranch! This is a great place, will not last long at this price, bring buyers quick. There is a recent price reduction!! Seller has a recent appraisal done at $3900 an acre done by a certified land appraiser in the Bastrop area. This prop. is sold as of 12/1/09.

219.17 acres in Williamson County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This property has some great improved grasses on it with South Salado Creek on it and is very near Florence, Tx. Has some good road frontage, fairly well treed, and has good fencing. There are no improvements on it, but you are right in the path of lots of rapid growth in Williamson County, Tx with lots of new roads being built, old ones being widened, etc. Rural water is available, old well on the property, and wildlife abound on it. The 118+/- acres is sold as of 12/16/05. The 99.69 acres also sold as of 5/17/06.

217.75 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This is a great piece of raw land for a working ranch(Cattle/Longhorn/Horse) place. It is only 1 hr 10 minutes from Austin/Round Rock, and only 2 hrs to Houston. Very close to Waco, Tx. The place has 4 tanks, a dry creek, is about 30 percent treed, and is in Ag. Exempt(cheap taxes). The seller is conveying 1/2 of the minerals and all the water rights. It is a perfect shaped piece of property with an irregular rectangle shape to it with a lot of CR frontage. There is two water meters available already paid for and there is a N. Milam WSC line running down the farm side. The views are tremendous and the place looks really green with all of this recent rain we have had. There is cattle on it now, and the area has some wildlife in it. There is a decent set of working pens on it, and a nice entrance. The place is almost a mile long with 3000 ft. of CR frontage. The closest town is Ben Arnold, Tx which is about 5 miles away. It is very close to Cameron, Tx. This would make a great working ranch for someone out of Austin/Houston. The seller has cleared all the mesquite off of it, and kept it in Mint Condition over the time he has owned it.

200 acres in Atascosa County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This is a great hunting place 45 min. SE of San Antonio, Tx near Pleasanton, Tx near Black Hill area. It has great native brush on it(mesquite, oak, guaillijo, priscimmon,wahia,cactus,etc.). This is part of a bigger ranch(800 +/- acre estate originally) that has been in the same family for 55 years and never been leased out for hunting and only been hunted by family members. It has a lot of CR frontage on two sides(investment/development appeal is there) and some minerals being conveyed. It also has a nice pond on it, good dove/deer hunting place. It already has a deer camp set up with small trailer/barn/shed. Could be an additional 200 acres in the estate available soon too! Call me for showings/questions/concerns. This place is under contract as of 9/19/07.

60 acres in Bastrop County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This is a great property for an end user to build his dream home close into Austin in exploding Bastrop County and have everything in place already for doing so. The property is highly improved and very well kept and is 5 miles from the new Hyatt Hotel in Bastrop and 15-20 min. to Austin Airport and 30 min. to Austin. The list of improvements is too long to list em all(have list from seller detailed to fax/email), but i will highlight a few of them 1)nice 3 acre pond with floating fountain and windmill with aerator 2)nice cleared homesite with great views 3)underground utilities with high voltage elec. at prop. 4)two water wells 5)crushed granite roads with nice entry 6)two wet weather creeks with fishing areas and cleared walking trails and a gazebo 7)wooden bridge going to a peninsula to smaller fishing/swimming area 8)heavily treed with good hardwoods and abundant wildlife on the prop. 9)lighted rock waterfall with wiring set up for lighting all over the property. I can fax/email a list to you upon request. There are partial minerals, not in wildlife/ag.exempt/Bastrop Schools, great development potential also here by extending the road and with all utilties in place for doing it. Please call/email me for more info./showings. thanks. There has been a price reduction recently!! Please bring offers! This property is under contract as of 2/21/08.

83.34 acres in Bastrop County, Texas

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

*This tract of land is in a prime spot for the Hwy. 71 corridor just off of Hwy. 71 and located between Bastrop and Smithville, TX. *It was burned back in 2011 in the Infamous Labor Day Fire *The property has a 60 feet fee simple strip that takes you back about half a mile to the bulk of the ranch. *Great scenic views of the Colovista Golf Course and also the Colorado River Valley *Great place to build a home up high on some the vista(high spots) in the middle of the ranch *Fallen down large pine trees all over it now so there would need to be some clean up on it after it is bought *Various other large pine trees and large cedar and large oaks on it *LCRA substation next to the property *Aqua WSC water has a 3 inch line on the place side that has capacity to it now *Dry intermittent creek that runs down the bottom of the land *30 minutes to Austin and 3-5 minutes to Bastrop and 5 minutes to Smithville, TX *Already regrowth happening on the land with smaller pines growing back and other types of grasses *There is a lot of flynt on this place with great potential for finding arrowheads *Only parts of it burned in the fire, not all of it *Where else can you find a place this size in the Heart of Bastrop County this close to Austin and Bastrop for this total price??? No where!!!! This is a DEAL.

IMPROVEMENTS: Electric-Bluebonnet,
none now, they all recently burned down back in 2011 in Labor Day Fire,
Water-Aqua WSC(3 inch line on the place side),
Waste Water-septic,
Phone-AT&T,
Natural Gas-propane available only

EASEMENTS: Public Utility and Water

TAXES: Bastrop County
Bastrop CR
It is not in Agricultural Exempt Status right now(Annual Taxes run around $6,300 per year.)

LIVE WATER: all visible flood plain with a dry creek that traverses the land

MINERALS: seller will convey all of what he has(please refer to title commitment)

TERRAIN: Flagpole Shaped, approx. 60 feet of frontage on Ponderosa Rd.(CR 193)

WILDLIFE: deer and hogs on the ranch and turkey and good fishing in the creek -1/3/2017