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16327 Grant Road Cypress TX 77429
#TX314690
Harris, Texas
40.00 acres
Great opportunity to own 40+ Acres of land with Agricultural Exemption in Cypress off Grant Rd with four Residential Properties. The following properties are included in the sale: 16327 Grant Rd, 16935 Grant Rd (2,274 sqft - 2 Bed/1 Bath), 16939 Grant Rd (3,839 sqft - 3 Bed/2.5 Bath), 16941 Grant Rd (3,227 sqft - 4 Bed/2.5 Bath), 16943 Grant Rd (4,456 sqft - 4 Bed/3.5 Bath). The total living area for these properties is 13,796 square feet. Enjoy the large unrestricted parcel that can continue running as a Farm/Ranch or become much more. Each custom home is located on its own lot within the acreage and has its own Tax ID number.
$18,000,000
Copperas Creek Ranch
#TX381005
Comanche, Texas
4,222.00 acres
At just over 4,200 acres, Copperas Creek Ranch is one of the largest contiguous properties available in this part of the state. This High Fenced game ranch has been owned by the same family for nearly 20 years and rarely does one receive an opportunity to purchase a property such as this. Featuring 5 Lakes, ranging from approximately 16 35 acres in size, all professionally managed and producing Trophy Bass and superb waterfowl hunting, along with miles of the Copperas and South Copperas Creeks, the ranch has plenty of year-round hunting and fishing excitement. In addition, this property is a cattlemans paradise of bottom land with established coastal fields and hay fields, cattle pens, barns and water wells. The ranch provides good ROI potential coupled with instant usability and enjoyment. Under current management practices Copperas Creek Ranch presents a rare opportunity to own a large cash mflow positive operating ranch. Live water, large lakes, unique features of nature, trophy hunting, excellent grazing, accessibility and privacy all define this property located within the Cross Timbers and Prairie Eco Region of Texas. All minerals are included with the list price. Location: This ranch is situated within Comanche County near the town of Sipe Springs in the Northwest corner of Comanche County. Approximately 18 miles Northwest of Comanche, Copperas Creek Ranch is conveniently located along Highway 1477. Brownwood Regional Airport is located less than 35 miles from the ranch and offers fuel and a 5,600 asphalt runway. This property is centrally positioned 119 miles from Waco, 157 miles from Austin, 115 miles from Fort Worth, 70 miles from Abilene and 123 miles from San Angelo, TX. Between nearby Comanche and Brownwood there is an abundance of convenient dining, shopping, medical and grocery options. Elevation, Topography, Soils & Foliage: Copperas Creek Ranch is located in the southern portion of the Cross Timbers and Prairie Eco Region of Texas where large Live Oaks and Mature Pecan trees meet thick native grasses and improved fields. Multiple improved pastures have been added to the property which are lush with Switch Grass, Coastal Bermuda, Kline Grass, Sunflower fields, Oat and Wheat Fields. Sloping elevation and rolling topography provide approximately 85 of variance, ranging from 1,350 to 1,435 above sea level, and create multiple viewpoints overlooking the ranch and surrounding vistas. The majority of the soils are comprised of various sandy loams, clays and energy soils with unique rock outcroppings scattered throughout. The rich variety of native forest, shrubs and abundant water that envelop this land provide habitat for a wide diversity of songbirds, game and many types of native flora and fauna. Water: The ranch boasts superb surface and subsurface water for this geographic area. Significant improvements have been installed to impound water in several places and turn it into one of the defining features of this property. 4.5 miles of well-known Copperas Creek and 1.5 miles of South Copperas Creek both traverse the land with several concrete spillway crossing. The five main lakes could be considered the crown jewels of the property. Ranging in size from approximately 15 acres to 36 acres, these lakes are managed with meticulous care by professional freshwater biologist, Steven Bardin. This year alone, there have been a dozen documented catch and releases of 10+ pound bass. 14 fish feeders are located on the various lakes. Certain lakes are also designed and managed to produce fantastic waterfowl hunting. There are 40+ smaller ponds scattered about the ranch for livestock and wildlife. A total of 13 water wells are located on the property. Four of them are irrigation wells producing between 80 to 100 gallons per minute. Another five wells have submersible pumps and the remaining four are windmill powered. There is a water meter to the main lodge that is on the Comanche County Water Supply line. This water line runs along FM 1477. Habitat, Wildlife and Cattle: Copperas Creek Ranch offers superb population of improved white-tailed deer genetics, axis, blackbuck, turkey, dove, some red stag, a limited number of hogs and even the occasional quail. The entire ranch is under high fence and MLD Program level III. On average, 48 white-tailed buck tags and 75 doe tags are issued per year. 15 hunting blinds, 15 corn feeders and 15 protein feeders are located throughout the ranch. There are 780 acres of fields and/or tillable farmland. This acreage is comprised mostly of Coastal grass, Kline grass, Wheat or Oats. The ranch can easily support 200+ mother cows year around. There is a grazing lease in place that can be terminated upon sale. Improvements, Structures & Roads: The ranch has good perimeter and cross fencing in place. Approximately 1980 acres are under high fence. There are over 20 miles of roads, with most being in excellent shape. The main roads are either paved or caliche and are very well maintained. The entire ranch is surrounded by approximately 21.5 miles of high fence. Many miles of interior low fencing divide the property into various parcels for grazing, farming and hunting. Each of the parcels have sufficient water for cattle and wildlife. The 4,000 SQFT main home consists of 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. It was built in 1976 and refurbished several years ago. Additional notable homes and structural improvements include: Hunters Lodge Clean double wide. 5,700 SQFT Metal Shop 4 bays with living quarters. 8,000 SQFT Metal Horse Barn 48 x 150 Metal Equipment Shed Pipe fenced cattle working pens RV hookups and campground near the Super Lake The following will convey with an acceptable offer: 4850 John Deere cab tractor 19.5 Bush Hog offset plow 15 Rhino Batwing shredder 2 - overhead fuel tanks 15 - hunting blinds 14 - red protein pasture feeders 1 - All Seasons protein pasture feeder 15 - deer feeders on timers 14 - fish feeders on timers Motor grader Mobile duck blind 3.5-ton All Seasons protein blower 25-ton split overhead feed bin Minerals & Production: All owned mineral interest will convey with an acceptable offer. A mineral search was done about 15 years ago and the average mineral interest owned was approximately 1/3 of the total interest. There are currently no production or mineral leases in place. Taxes: The property is under an agricultural tax exemption program.
$16,900,000
0 Egypt Ln And Brown College Lane Washington TX 77880
#TX322471
Washington, Texas
2,012.00 acres
Ag Exempt Washington County Oxbow Brazos Riverfront Majestic ~2012-Acre Hunting/Fishing/Cattle Ranch Near US-290 & TX-6. Property has ~20,500 ft Brazos River Frontage, ~3700 ft Egypt Lane Frontage, ~1800 ft Brown College Lane Frontage, Many Lakes/Ponds/Creeks/Outbuildings, Home, Expansive Views of Beautiful Rolling Hills/the Grand Brazos River. Cross-Fenced Pastures w/Numerous Access Gates, Clusters of Mature Oak Trees & Gazebos, Lakes w/Fishing Pier & Foot Bridge. Ag Exempt for Cattle! Located 15 Miles to US-290/Chappell Hill & TX-6/Navasota Midpoint Between Houston & Austin. 40 Miles to Easterwood Airport/College Station. Perfect for Hunting/Fishing/Raising Livestock/Trail Riding/Boating. Infinite Possibilities: Single-Family Development/Campgrounds/Outdoor Club/Equestrian Facility, etc. Amount of Acreage for Sale is based on Tax Records. River Frontage & Road Frontage Measurements are Estimates. Buyer to Purchase New Survey if Required! Also Available Subdivided! Watch Drone Video!
$15,697,344
4303 Central Expy Anna TX 75409
#TX316708
Collin, Texas
59.00 acres
SEWER access on site. 59 Acre hard southwest corner of Throckmorton Rd and Highway 75. The property is also bordered on the west side by Telephone Rd which is proposed to become a 4 lane rd. Approx 3500ft of frontage on hwy 75. Approx 2500ft of frontage on Telephone Rd. This property sits up high and can be seen from a good distance. There is a brand new 4 lane bridge that is nearly complete at this intersection. There are 2 brick homes on the property that are currently being rented. 30x50 ft climate controlled metal building that rents as well. Per TxDot in 2016 there are 80,003 vehicles per day pass this location. Very close to the Outer Loop. Great hwy access with very convenient exits to this location.
$15,500,000
3,866 Acres | Fork of The Creek Ranch
#TX389466
Walker, Texas
3,866.00 acres
First time open market offering ! The locally known and popular Fork of the Creek Ranch is a rare and unique recreation ranch comprised of natural bottomland hardwood/pine and upland managed pine plantations. Beautiful, rolling, treed hills with views and open senderas, sloping to the boundaries of Bedias Creek and South Bedias Creek. The FM 2989 frontage/access, with an easy window to Interstate 45 and FM 247, makes getting here trouble free. Good internal road system. ~13 acre lake. Ponds. 4 well sites with associated pipelines.
$15,448,266
Cochran County Irrigated Farm
#TX416806
Cochran, Texas
5,000.00 acres
Cochran County Irrigated Farm is a 5,000+/- acre irrigated farm that is geared to organic crops located in Morton, Texas. This property has a great return on investment while growing organic alfalfa, triticale, and peanuts. The farm sits in a great location to sell hay to dairies up and down the South Plains, the Texas Panhandle, and into New Mexico. This irrigated farm has approximately 3,500 wet acres being serviced by 23 sprinklers. Per the owner, the approximately 100 wells pump roughly 11, 850 gallons per minute. The current tenant farms a little over 1,500 acres in alfalfa. The farm produces five full cuttings a year and also attains about three quarters of cutting on the sixth round while being farmed organic. The balance of the farm produces triticale and peanuts, also being organic. The equipment includes mainly Zimmatics with a few Pierce models and one Valley. All the wells are submersible and are powered by electricity on the alfalfa. The wells on the balance of the farm are powered by gas generators. Most pumps are in the 10 hp range. Also on the farm is one large covered hay barn that is used mainly to cover equipment. The property sits in the High Plains Underground Water Conservation District. The outdoor enthusiast will enjoy a property that has both Bobwhite and Blue Quail as well as mule deer. This irrigated property has a great return on investment based on the rental rate from the current tenant, which is in the first year of a seven-year agreement. We would be glad to discuss the details.
$15,000,000
Shoop Ranch West
#TX236737
Wise, Texas
1,807.00 acres
The Shoop Ranch is a remarkable property with live water and a lot of character just north of Fort Worth. It is a large predevelopment opportunity with a prime location in the heart of one of the nation’s fastest growing economies over the next five years. The Shoop Ranch is north of the Alliance Airport and between Decatur and Denton. Whether it is an immediate development play or a strategic hold for the near future is up to the land investor. Location: The Shoop Ranch is north of the Alliance Airport and north of State Highway 114, between Decatur and Denton. It is within the New Fairview city limits. The land is accessed primarily from FM 407 between New Fairview and Justin, and it also has access from county roads on the north and east sides. The property is approximately 15 miles from Decatur, 20 miles from Denton, 30 miles from Fort Worth, and 45 miles from Dallas. There are several nearby residential developments well underway that include Harvest, Highlands, and Avery. Water: The ranch has over 1.5 miles of both sides of Oliver Creek, which is a stunning clear water creek that runs all year long. It has limestone bottoms and is covered with fossils and long stretches of fishable water with bass, perch, and carp. Oliver Creek has several small unidentified tributaries that branch out towards the northern portion of the property. There are about 12 stock tanks scattered throughout the ranch for livestock, and the largest is about 1.5 acres in size. The ranch is being offered with approximately 50 acre-feet per year of adjudicated, deeded water rights out of Oliver Creek, which is part of the Upper Trinity River Segment of the Trinity River basin. This permit authorizes the landowner to divert, impound, and irrigate at 1,000 gpm from of an existing 5 acre reservoir. There are 2 water wells that produce from the Trinity Aquifer: a 6.25” domestic well in Denton County that was drilled in 1977 to 400’, and a 7” domestic well in Wise County that was drilled in 1997 to 500’. These yield approximately 15 gpm. Topography: The Shoop Ranch has primarily gentle rolling terrain, with most of it in pasture, and some cultivation. There are wooded areas along the Oliver Creek basin and also on the edges of about 3 or 4 wet weather tributaries. Bisected by Oliver Creek in the northern part, the ranch has over 150’ of topographical change, with elevations ranging from 720’ to 870’. The ranch generally drains from south to north, into Oliver Creek. The highest points in the property are located in the southwest and the lowest points are located in the northeast. Wildlife: The Shoop Ranch has abundant wildlife with plenty of whitetailed-deer, varmints, and an occasional Rio Grande turkey. Dove hunting is also good around the cultivated areas. Soils: The soils on the ranch consist of primarily the somervell-aledo complex, aledo, and sanger clays. See soil map for details. Minerals: There is gas production, and a good caliche road base system throughout the property. Minerals are not available with this sale. Taxes: The ranch land is taxed with an agricultural 1-D-1 valuation, and total annual property taxes are approximately $ per year. (Wise County and Denton County) Miscellaneous: The ranch is located within two school districts, the Decatur Independent School District on the west side and also the Northwest Independent School District on the south and east sides. This property is 100% contiguous, and is not divided by any streets or roads, as may appear on some online maps. The owners have expressed an interest in retaining the farmhouse and surrounding 10 acres if it is not essential to the acquisition. Future Development Information: New Fairview Subdivision Development Procedure: Preliminary plat is submitted to the City Secretary. Plat goes through review process until approved by City Staff. Preliminary plat goes through City Council for approval. After preliminary plat is approved by City Council, construction documents and a Final Plat are submitted to City Secretary. Both items go through a review process until approved by City. Final plat is recommended for approval by City Council. Surety of Construction is provided. City Council approves Construction Documents. City Council also approves Final Plat but does not sign plat until construction is completed. Preconstruction Meeting is held with City Staff and Council. Construction Final project inspection, then record drawing submittal. City Inspection Team Recommends acceptance of the improvements to the City Council Surety for maintenance is provided. City accepts improvements and Final Plat is Signed and Filed. Due to the size of the subject property, the City of New Fairview will recommend submitting a Master Development Plan of the entire subject property prior to the preliminary plat submittal. Zoning The subject property is currently within the Agricultural Zoning District “A” , which requires a minimum lot size of 2 acres. A zoning change will be required. The City of New Fairview’s Comprehensive Plan states that the majority of future development will be dedicated to low density residential uses. Higher residential developments are not prohibited, but a planned development district would be required. Planned Development Districts (PD) are allowed in the City of New Fairview as a way to deviate from existing zoning district requirements. A development plan must be submitted as part of the PD application and any restrictions represented in the development plan will become part of the ordinance once the zoning change is approved by City Council. If for some reason the development plan is to be changed after approval, an amendment to the development plan must be submitted and approved by the Council. The Single-Family zoning district permits a minimum lot size of 1 Acre and a maximum density of 1 dwelling unit per 2 acres. Thoroughfare Plan The City of New Fairview’s Thoroughfare Plan was provided as part of a comprehensive plan, which shows FM 407 (south of the subject) expanding to a undivided 4-lane principal arterial (P4U). FM 407 is currently an east-to-west 2-lane undivided collector (C2U). The proposed land use plan also proposes County Line Rd as a 4-lane undivided minor arterial (M4U). County Line Rd. currently is a smaller 2-lane road that runs North to south along the Wise and Denton county lines. The Future Land Use Plan identifies a 2-lane undivided collector (C2U) to be constructed parallel to FM 407. It will connect FM 2264 and County Line Road and provide access to the Highland Meadows subdivision to the west of the subject property. Utilities The City of New Fairview will be unable to provide water for the property because there is no current infrastructure in place to support development. Only a very small part the southern portion of the subject property is within the CCN Boundary of Aqua Texas, which has provided well water to the Highland Meadows subdivision, directly west of the property as well as to Kings Rest Estates, Diamond Ridge Subdivision and the Old Chisholm Estates to the south of the property. All neighboring systems utilize well water, and have separate distribution systems. The City of New Fairview does not have a water plant, and the nearest Aqua Texas treatment facility is in Justin. All developments in New Fairview utilize septic systems for wastewater service, and minimum size of lots for septic use is 12 acre in Wise County and 1 acre in Denton County.
$14,950,000
2734 Harvest Creek Ln Boerne TX 78006-7603
#TX408270
Kendall, Texas
801.00 acres
Harvest Creek Ranch is tucked privately away offering the ultimate package of relaxation and recreational enjoyment on 801 +/- acres. This showplace boasts over 1.4 miles of the Guadalupe River which is a rare find with these kinds of improvements. Only 20 minutes from Boerne and 45 to The Rim. One of your last chances to purchase a ranch of this quality so close to Boerne and San Antonio. A true showplace with way too much to list from the main estate to the other restored homes.
$14,750,000
Seco Springs Ranch
#TX387134
Bandera, Texas
2,728.00 acres
We like this Hill Country ranch a lot! The Seco Springs Ranch, a headwaters ranch, is situated in its own series of secluded valleys and surrounding mountains in Bandera County, Texas, between Tarpley and Utopia. The property offers privacy, extensive live water, numerous lakes, productive valleys, excellent wildlife habitat, exceptional topography, forever views, a good road system and very cool historical improvements. This ranch is the personification of the true Texas Hill Country. Location: The entrance is at the end of Seco Springs Ranch Road approximately 2.7 driving miles off of paved highway FM 470. The ranch is 13 driving miles from Tarpley and 11 driving miles from Utopia. The property is only 79 driving miles (1.5 hour drive time!) from the San Antonio International Airport. Water: Seco Creek, affectionately know in the area as “The Seco”, has its beginnings with the water emanating from the many springs on the ranch. The springs and seeps on the ranch produce precious flows year-round and result in several miles of streams and creeks including incredible ponds and lakes on the ranch. There are two significant developed water features on the creek with sizes ranging from 2.5 to over 3 acres, depending on rainfall. In addition, there are multiple smaller natural and developed water features across the ranch. Also, the ranch has 3 water wells with 2 electric submersibles servicing the main lodge and headquarters area and a third being a windmill. Topography, Rangeland and Habitat: This scenic Hill Country ranch has nearly 600’ of topographical relief with a high point some 2,222 feet above sea level. The ranch is centered in the Seco Springs valley with another 4 primary and numerous side drainages feeding into it. The valleys are fertile bottomland with majestic trees and deep rooted grasses bounded by extensive ridges, hills and canyons. This diversity along with the riparian areas along the Seco and its tributaries offer extraordinarily productive habitat. Typical of this part of the Hill Country, the habitat includes oak juniper woodlands with incredible tree diversity including live oak, Spanish oak, shin oak, lacey oak, Texas Madrone, bigtooth maple, cypress, pecan, cherry, redbud, walnut and ashe juniper. Additionally, diverse brush species, succulents and grasses also provide excellent habitat for wildlife. Juniper management has been in place on the ranch for years in the valleys, lower hillsides and some ridge tops; enhancing range conditions, habitat and spring flows. Agriculture: The ranch is set up for grazing livestock but is currently resting its pastures as part of its overall management plan. Ranch has adequate cross fencing, working pens, traps, corrals and barns for livestock and ranch management. Wildlife, Hunting and Fishing: This high fenced (most of it new in 2015) ranch is home to thriving populations of managed white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, some quail, seasonal waterfowl and varmints plus exotics including sika deer, axis deer, fallow deer, blackbuck antelope, aoudad and feral hogs. In addition, this area of Texas is a known destination for birdwatchers! Fourteen deer stands with electric feeders and hog fencing around each feeder. The multiple water features on the ranch offer extensive fishing opportunities whether you enjoy a cane pole, spinning/baitcasting rig or a fly rod. Many landowners in this area stock some of their ponds seasonal with freshwater trout for added fishing opportunity. Improvements: Main Home: Secluded in the center of the ranch overlooking one of the large lakes is the main home that is perfect for large gatherings and entertaining. The home has seven bedrooms, a spacious living area with a large fireplace and cathedral ceilings. The home has a rustic feel but has all the modern conveniences with kitchen and bathrooms having been recently updated. There is a two car covered garage near the main home as well. Headquarters: The headquarters area includes the 3 bedroom manager’s home, a ranch hand house and a bunkhouse. In addition, the headquarters area includes several barns, stables, a tack room and a small office. Sundowner Deck: Texas landowners and their guests appreciate a good sundowner location and Seco Springs Ranch does not disappoint with a mountaintop deck overlooking the main valley and incredible sunset vistas. Road Infrastructure: The accessibility and usability of the ranch is greatly enhanced by an extensive road system that provides access to all quadrants of the ranch. Electricity: Electricity is in place with existing service to several areas of the ranch. Area Attractions: A quick drive from the ranch is the quaint community of Tarpley with a music venue and “Mac and Ernie’s”, known across Texas and beyond for serving up some of the finest gourmet cuisines to be found…on paper plates! A short distance to the southwest is Utopia, Texas, with several restaurants and stores, including the Lost Maples Cafe and The Laurel Tree, another famous destination dining venue. Other: The ranch is appraised for ad valorem taxes under 1D1-Ag/Wildlife Management valuation on its open space. Seller’s owned minerals, if any, are negotiable. This property is being offered under an exclusive co-brokerage agreement with Jon Busbee, Broker at Busbee Ranch Sales.
$14,390,200
0 Jones Road Bryan TX 77807
#TX322732
Brazos, Texas
53.00 acres
Great Property for development. Front hwy 47 and Jones road. 2 fire hydrants on the property on Jones Road. Close to the health science center, expo center and the new RELLIS campus. All city utilities are in place, Owner will divide. The possibilities are endless.The has been updated to an Opportunity Zone. So the property is eligible for preferential Tax Treatment
$14,079,462