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The Walsh Ranch Home

Posted on: June 13th, 2020 by Hunt H. Hellums

This is a perfect size horse ranchette with a very nice home on it right in the Heart of Williamson County growth corridors very close to all suburban cities like Liberty Hill and Florence and Cedar Park and Georgetown.

The Love Tract

Posted on: January 9th, 2020 by Hunt H. Hellums

This is a prime piece of development land right in the heart of Bastrop County, TX on a main arterial (Hwy. 21) almost to Toll 130. Going to be 400 plus lots and 20 million dollars invested in this project when all is said and done. Has frontage also on St. Mary’s Rd. which will be paved eventually by year 2021. Buyer was Cayetano Development Corporation out of Austin, TX.

The Leschber Tract

Posted on: February 22nd, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

This was a transitional piece of land directly in the path of growth very close to IH 35 and Jarrell, TX right off of Ronald Reagan Blvd..

331 acres in Bastrop County, Texas

Posted on: January 19th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

RANCH NAME: The Shell Ranch

ADDRESS: 1692 Hwy. 21 W.

COMMENTS: This property is perfectly situated in the prime growth corridor of Bastrop County right now with development all around it. This is a first time family offering in over 150 years and there is 12 inch water line on the S. side of Hwy. 21. The sellers want to sell it for a good price but also would like to engage with a buyer in a good fair offer at a decent starting point. This property is close to Toll 130 and also the F1 racetrack and very close to Austin MSA area. A lot of new development is happening in this area right now and the VPD count is very high also with a lot of traffic coming through this area. The house and 10 acres are owned separately with a different seller and the whole thing is owned by an estate. There are 7 stock tanks and Cedar Creek lines the whole Southern boundary of the ranch. There is partial flood plain on it with the creek and also all minerals owned will be conveyed. This a good listing and it will not last long at this price with these sellers willing to engage with the right person on this tract.

IMPROVEMENTS: Two old houses and 1 barn and mechanic shop older(minimal value in improvements), main old house 3000 sq. feet approx.,4 bedroom and 2.5 bath with attached garage and built in 1974, sellers selling all structures on this ranch in an “as is“ condition

EASEMENTS: Public Utility and Private Water

TAXES: In Ag. Valuation as 2015 Year with taxes running approx. $3500-$4000 a year

LIVE WATER: Cedar Creek on south side of the ranch (8800 feet of frontage total) and 7 ponds on it

MINERALS: Seller will convey all of what they have (please refer to title commitment)

WILDLIFE: Deer and hogs and dove and turkey and fishing in ponds and creek -6/16/2017

The Thomas Tract

Posted on: January 19th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

COMMENTS: *approx. 350 feet of frontage on Hwy. 71 *This property is well located for Bastrop County and for Hwy. 71 commercial Hwy. frontage right in between Bastrop and Smithville, TX in booming Bastrop County right now *In the burned area from the past 5 years of fires in the area *Aqua WSC and Bluebonnet Electric are there now *NO zoning *Seller will divide the land into 2 to 3 tracts possibly` *Seller wants cash only and exchanges are welcome too on the deal *Lots of retail and C-store and commercial/mini-storage users around the area now *Very close to the town of Bastrop, TX with all of the new retailers and huge box box retailers coming there now *Older improvements(mobile home/etc.) on the property from 5-6 years back but nothing of any real value at all

IMPROVEMENTS: Electric-available at Hwy. 71.
Water-Aqua WSC.
Waste Water-septic.
Natural Gas-propane available only.

EASEMENTS: Public Utility and Water

TAXES: Bastrop Co.

MINERALS: all owned by the seller(refer to title commitment) -6/16/2017

410 acres in San Saba County, Texas

Posted on: January 19th, 2019 by Hunt H. Hellums

RANCH NAME: The Oliver Ranch

ADDRESS: 0000 CR 267

COMMENTS: * 400 +/- acres here subject to survey. This family ranch has been in the same family for over100 years or so and this is a first time offering * The hunting on this ranch has been great and it has never been leased out to anyone and the family has only hunted it * The Colorado River frontage is very nice with decent access to the river and there are 2 good stock tanks(clear) with one of them spring fed and a spring fed creek also * The views on this ranch go for miles from many great high hill tops and building sites * Open area in middle that was an old field many years ago where a great food plot could be started and maintained * The access to the ranch is right off of a gravel CR * Richland Springs WSC is available for water needs on the ranch so you would not have to drill a well * Electricity is available to the ranch * The mineral estate is not being offered with the ranch although if the offer was good enough there would be a good chance of getting some minerals for sure with the sale of it * The frontage on the CR is decent and you could easily divide 100 acres out of it from the CR and keep the remainder of the ranch * Very large neighbors around it and very private off of the CR feel you get when you are on it * The trees are anywhere from oaks to cedar to mesquite and some cactus and the tract is very wooded and covered in a lot of brush * The tract has some very large Granite outcroppings on it and there are many areas where arrowheads and flint can be found on this ranch * Well set up for hunting and recreation already *This place is very virgin and has not had a lot done to it ever really * 20 mile views all over it down to the river * Soils are rocky on tops and sandy down by the river * No survey done on the ranch ever * Seller are motivated to sell it now after having it listed with a previous realtor at a much larger price * Large ravines run through the middle of the ranch *Very large Catfish have been caught in the river over the years

IMPROVEMENTS: Old Hunting cabin with an Old Cistern Well and some working cattle pens at the very front of the ranch and deer blinds and feeders. | Electric-available at CR
| Water-Richland Springs WSC
| Waste Water-septic
| Phone-AT&T

EASEMENTS: Public Utility and Water

LIVE WATER: Colorado River frontage

MINERALS: none conveyed with sale unless offer is good (please refer to title commitment)

TERRAIN: approx. 1500 feet on CR 253

EXEMPTIONS: San Saba County
San Saba CR
Richland Springs ISD
In Agricultural Valuation-Very low Annual taxes(Cattle Lease in Place with local tenant)

WELLS and TANKS: * Richland Springs WSC is available for water needs on the ranch so you would not have to drill a well -6/16/2017

202.19 acres in Williamson County, Texas

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

COMMENTS: None -6/16/2017

58.2 acres in Bastrop County, Texas

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

RANCH NAME: The Voigt Ranch

ADDRESS: 0000 Anderson Lane

COMMENTS: * This nice smaller tract of land is well located just outside of the town of Red Rock, TX in Bastrop County with power to it and you would have to drill a water well 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 * In Agricultural Valuation right now with taxes running very low approx. $100 or so. * Cattle Lease in place on the property * Very small stock tank on it and there is a seasonal creek on it too * Very heavily wooded tract and there are mostly 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 all in good shape as far as the perimeter fence around it and there are several good home sites on the ranch. * Been owned by a local Red Rock family for over 100 years and this is a first time offering * There is 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 * This 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

Electric-Bluebonnet Electric,
Water-Water Wells only,
Waste Water-septic,
Natural Gas-propane available only

EASEMENTS: Public Utility

TAXES: Bastrop County
Bastrop CR
Red Rock ISD
In Ag. Valuation as 2015 Year with taxes running approx. $150 a year

MINERALS: seller will convey all of what they have(please refer to title commitment)

TERRAIN: Rectangular, approx. 2300 feet of paved frontage on Anderson Lane

WILDLIFE: deer and hogs and dove -6/16/2017

72.38 acres in Falls County, Texas

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

COMMENTS: *2000 feet on CR 162 and 3500 feet on CR 175 all approx. *This family farm has been in the same family for over 100 years and has been very productive from a farming aspect of things with corn and milo mainly grown on it(it used to be leased to local farmer in the area) *Low cost of hold for the owners as they have it in Ag. Valuation *The farm land is very productive and soils are very good too in the area *All of the minerals will convey as per what seller owns on the title commitment *Dove hunting in the area is good *Cheaper farm land is hard to find with rural water and electricity to it *Older storage building on it with one small stock tank on it and a few post Oaks on it too at the hard corner of the property *Great buy for this area of the state of Texas and with all of the rain the soils and crops will be great this year and can be leased out for crop revenue too

IMPROVEMENTS: None. Electric-available with Bartlett Electric. Water-available at the CR`s with Bell Milam Falls WSC.
Natural Gas-propane only

EASEMENTS: Public Utility and Private Water

TAXES: Falls County Appraisal District

MINERALS: seller will convey all of what they have(please refer to title commitment)

WILDLIFE: dove mainly and some fishing -6/16/2017

126.5 acres in Menard County, Texas

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

RANCH NAME: The Gilbert Ranch

ADDRESS: 6055 E. FM 2092

COMMENTS: * This property is very remote and rural and perfect for a hunting/weekend retreat for people from Austin and San Antonio, TX areas * Perfect ranch for hunting and water activities such as Kayaking/Canoeing/fishing/and great huge pecan trees lining the river for picnics and great relaxation * Scattered oaks and some mesquite on the place * Minimal improvements with little value in them due to age * Seller is conveying all water rights and majority of minerals(51 percent) with a lease in place with a neighbor for water rights that produces approx. 2500 per year -could release it to the neighbor after becoming new owner for more money possibly * Abundant amount of underground water available due to the San Saba River being at the property * San Saba River frontage of at least a half of a mile and all appraisers will agree that land on this river in comparison to the Colorado River will sell for more per acre * Have new and current survey * Have current appraisal at $5k per acre * All large neighbors around it * This ranch lies within the Menard County Underground Water District * Property taxes are very low with the Ag. Valuation in place * Great deer hunting and dove hunting and fishing on the place * Small places like this on the San Saba River are hard to come by at this price these days * Cattle of owner`s already there * Fences need some work and all perimeter is standing and some cross fencing * Some old irrigation ditches down by river

IMPROVEMENTS: Old Shed and Old Cabin and old Mobile Home and Hay Barn(Minimal Improvements overall of no real value)

TAXES: Menard County (Taxes with Ag. Valuation is at $400 per year)
Menard FC and LR
Menard Co. Hospital
Menard County Water District
Menard Underground Water
Menard ISD

MINERALS: seller owns all of the minerals and will convey a majority of them(51 percent) and he owns them all and also all water rights will convey he owns(current lease with owner with neighbor at $2,500 per year for 165 acre feet of water out of the river)

TERRAIN: Asking $632,750($5K per acre) List Price and seller wants cash/conventional or 1031 exchange

WILDLIFE: dove and duck and plenty of bass and catfish and some deer

Road Frontage/Configuration: approx. 500 feet on FM 2092 / irregular long rectangular

Utilities: Electric-PEC and WTU/AEP
Water-have to do a water well, great subsurface water available shallow due to San Saba River, no rural potable water available except old shallow hand dug water well down by river by old cabin, old small shallow 15-20 feet deep cistern close to the old improvements at the main house area
Waste Water-septic(old cistern)
Natural Gas-propane available only