140 acres in Bastrop County, Texas

140 acres in Bastrop County, Texas

Posted on: May 16th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This property is accessed down a 30 ft. fee simple easement that is 500 foot long. It has a very natural feel to it and a lot of sex appeal inside of it and is very private. 2 ponds, in Ag. Valuation, and green coastal improved grasses all over it. Asking $5700 per acre. partial minerals and water rights included. Great hunting and recreational land within an hour of Austin. Only well water on this one and a great building site looking to the north. Seller financing offered. Email for A package on it.

117.29 acres in Guadalupe County, Texas

Posted on: January 15th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

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

134 acres in Bastrop County, Texas

Posted on: May 4th, 2018 by Hunt H. Hellums

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