44.23 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: November 9th, 2018 by Tyson Henson

This property is all set up and ready to go. Property consists of 44.23 acres of land that has been manicured and offers 50% pasture land and 50% woods. It is currently being utilized as a small operating ranch and is set up and ready for livestock. The terrain is rolling and has excellent drainage. The soil composition is a good sandy loam. The home is a custom 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath that has an open floor plan and offers approximately 2327 square feet of living area. The house sits atop a hill and overlooks a nice size pond off of the back porch. There is a very nice deep water well with an oversize well house that also serves as a storage building (18×16). The livestock barn is very thoughtfully laid out and functional. It is 60×40 with a 20×40 shed down one side for additional covered area. It includes a nice tack room on a slab that is large enough for all your tack as well as feed storage. The tractor barn is 24×30 and has a 24×36 shed overhang off the back. The trailer barn is 30×42 and is closed in on 2 sides with electricity and finished with stone detail to match the house. There is also a covered equipment shed that is 100×100. Other improvements include cross fencing for rotational grazing and some intricate pipe fencing and entrance way off of the paved county road. This is a beautiful property that is all set up and ready for you. $795,000

207.91 acres in Henderson County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by Tyson Henson

Located conveniently between Crossroads and Malakoff, TX is this 207.91 acre ranch. This property is comprised of a nice mixture of productive pasture and hardwoods. The terrain is best described as gently rolling with a few nice hilltop homesites. There is a nice size lake of about 1 acre. Property fronts on FM 3441 and is very convenient to both Dallas and Tyler areas. $571,752
**Co-listed with Tyler Jacobs, Hall & Hall LP**

532.8 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: August 2nd, 2018 by Tyson Henson

The Little 4 Ranch is comprised of 532.8 acres of prime river bottom hardwood timber flats and rolling hills covered in Coastal Bermuda grass. The ranch is about 60% wooded and 40% pasture. The ranch offers long frontage on the fabled Navasota River and offers some incredible hunting opportunities not only for Whitetail deer, but, due to the location in the migratory flight pattern, also for ducks. There are two nice ponds for fishing as well as fishing in the river. Improvements on the ranch include a very neat and nice cabin that has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, full kitchen, dining area, and living area. Very nice covered porches on the front and rear offer great views in all directions. There are two deep water wells on the ranch. One is at the cabin and the other is near an old homesite up by the front gate. There is also electric service at both locations. There is a barn, some additional outbuildings, and a decent set of working pens for handling livestock. There is some current oil and gas production on the ranch, but, as a result of this, there are great roads offering access all over the ranch. Ranch adjoins large acreage neighbor and there is a possibility of additional land being available. Offered at $2,500,000.

2009 acres in Henderson County, Texas

Posted on: July 31st, 2018 by Tyson Henson

Round Lake Ranch is centrally located in southern Henderson County and lies between the towns of Cayuga and Malakoff, Texas. Round Lake Ranch is approximately 2009 acres and consists of about 1000 acres of very fertile native ranch land and Coastal Bermuda pastures with the balance of the land being wooded in mature hard woods of various varieties. This ranch has access along CR 1316 and is a paved road. The Trinity River runs along the back of this ranch, which is where the majority of the wooded land is and provides for some superior wildlife habitat. Located in the center of this wooded section is a large open field that is tillable and would make the ideal spot for planting crops for wing shooting. Round Lake is also located in this area of the ranch and would surely make a fine duck hole during the winter months. The soils range from sandy loam that is typical of the area to the dark loam soils of the fertile river bottom. There is a large productive farm located immediately south of Round Lake Ranch that has the same type of soils on it and there is the same potential for row cropping in the river bottom should that be desirable to the new owner. Up near the front of the ranch along CR 1316, there are some nice hills that would provide for homesites that would afford long sprawling views of the country side. Round Lake Ranch has something to offer on all fronts and provides a well balanced coexistence of both agricultural and recreational land ownership. $4,922,050
**Co-listed with Tyler Jacobs, Hall & Hall LP**

1365 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: July 27th, 2018 by Dennis Coffey

1365 acres east of Centerville. Ranches of this size are becoming more and more rare in this country. This is an excellent property for the rancher, outdoor enthusiast or a discerning buyer looking for a great combination ranch. Wooded areas consisting of a variety of hardwood trees and scattered pines mixed with pastures of improved grasses offer utilization for a spectrum of buyers. There are 10 lakes and ponds spread across the ranch offering good watering for cattle and wildlife as well as recreational value, as each pond has been stocked with fish. An excellent interior road system winds through the property offering easy access to most of the ranch by pickup truck. There are 4 irrigation style water wells on the property and several thousand feet of plastic pipe to allow water levels of ponds to stay constant, even in the driest summers. Improvements have been kept to a minimum and include a hay barn and a couple of equipment sheds. Several choice building spots would lend themselves to beautiful home sites with utilities never far away. The original homesite has been cleared off and a paved driveway and water well are still in place. There is blacktop county road access in three spots and a fourth access along a private road. This is an excellent opportunity to build a legacy ranch for the family to enjoy for generations to come or an investment opportunity in the continually rising real estate market. Owner will consider dividing the property. $3850/acre.

136.61 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: July 27th, 2018 by Dennis Coffey

136 acres of outdoor paradise, this place truly has it all. Located east of Centerville, in the rolling hills of the Flo community, sits this one of a kind property. Upon entering the property, you immediately feel the variation of topography. The winding, rolling drive takes you down a hill to a large flat where the main house and majority of the improvements are located. The main house is just over 2,000sqft with 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms and has a large open concept. There is a full length front porch and a large, screened in back porch. There is also a small, one bed one bath cabin with a kitchenette that is perfect for family overflow. There are multiple out buildings for storage including a 25×40 metal shop on a slab. There are multiple RV hookups and a covered outdoor cleaning station for game and fish.
The large flat also contains a pecan orchard with over 100 producing pecan trees. Several thousand pounds of pecans can be harvested each year or left for the wildlife to enjoy.
The guest cabin is just up the trail situated in a small opening. With a front porch, 700sqft of living area, and very nice finishes, this cabin is excellent for having guest but giving them their own space.
As you travel the property along the well maintained roads, you cant help but notice the towering trees. The abundance of water running through the property has allowed the trees to grow exceptionally large. North Creek runs along the property as well as multiple live springs, which feed the lake. The lake is a fishermans dream. Meticulous management practices have led to excellent quality fish including hybrid stripers, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, blue and channel cats and more. Endless fishing can be enjoyed by all ages.
The property has also been managed well for whitetail deer. Good feeding regimes along with selective harvesting has produced quality deer. Excellent cover along with the natural water and continuous food makes this property a sanctuary for the deer. Multiple stands and feeders are in place for hunting or observing.
The property is fully fenced and has black top road frontage on FM 1511 making it convenient to travel to. This property is set up for ultimate enjoyment of all outdoor activities and accommodates large families well. Offered at $869,500.

1775 acres in Henderson County, Texas

Posted on: July 27th, 2018 by Tyson Henson

Approximately 1,775 acres located just southwest of Malakoff Texas, south of Cedar Creek Reservoir, and HWY 31, east of Athens and east of Corsicana. Approximately 50% pasture and 50% hardwood and brushland, this ranch offers an extensive variety. For the serious cattleman, the improved pastures, hayfields, cross fencing, and fertile soils all contribute to exceptional forage production and AU capacity. For the avid hunter, the upland hills and hardwoods produce exceptional year-round game habitat, while the bottomland groves, senderos, wet weather pockets, McAllister Slough, Cedar Creek, and Walnut Creek all provide exceptional seasonal habitat. For the outdoor enthusiast, the ranch offers tremendous views from the rolling hills, and endless terrain to explore to see the wildlife and beauty native to East Texas. Enhanced with an unusually mature development of senderos, the ranch can be managed to several co-existing purposes, when combined with the uplands on both the northern and southern reaches of the ranch. With varying elevations of approximately 100 feet, the views are amplified and extended to the west looking over the Cedar Creek and Trinity basins. The ranch also offers over ten ponds of various sizes, electricity on site, and one water well. Currently the northern two-thirds of the ranch are fenced, cross fenced, and the pastures are well managed by the grazing tenant. The southern third is entirely wooded, entirely untamed, and features water and topographic features that would benefit from enhancement by the next owner. Walnut Creek particularly has many opportunities to develop wildlife, waterfowl, and scenic corridors. Held in institutional ownership, this offering is likely the gem of the sellers holdings. With small, but end of the road frontage on Lovers Lane, the community of Malakoff is just minutes away, which situates this ranch as feeling remote, yet very accessible. $2450/acre.
**Co-listed with Tyler Jacobs, Hall & Hall LP**

1204.84 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: April 19th, 2018 by Steve Torno

1205 acres of prime cattle and hunting land is now available on the market. This ranch is located just a little over an hour from the north side of Houston, TX in the rolling hills of western Leon County. Ranch is comprised of about 800 acres of pasture that includes both improved pastures in the hills for grazing and hay production as well as the fertile pastures along the creeks that traverse the ranch. There is no flood plain located within the borders of this property, but the pastures along the creeks will reportedly grow grass even in the driest of Texas summers. There are several ponds and a spring fed 5 acre lake that is stocked with bass and crappie. There are also 2 different areas where the waterfowl enthusiast could make some first class duck hunting areas as well. The wooded sections in the ranch are made up of beautiful mature hardwood trees of all different varieties. There is one area in particular that is along the banks of a very strong year around spring fed creek that has towering oaks all up and down the edges of the creek that are stunning and would make a fantastic place to do some bow hunting. Improvements to the ranch are minimal while very functional. They include an owners home that is about 3000 square feet and has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths and also includes a bunk room. This house is situated on top of a hill close to the front of the ranch that overlooks a valley where two of the spring fed creeks converge and affords some truly amazing views. There is a foremans house that is 3 bedrooms and 1 bath and has about 1200 square feet in it. Water is sourced from a deep water well that serves both houses as well as underground utilities. Other improvements include a small equipment storage shed and a nice set of pipe working pens for cattle handling and loading. If youve been looking for a large ranch of this caliber within close proximity to the Houston area, you know already that they are not easy to find. $4,995,000

240 acres in Freestone County, Texas

Posted on: April 18th, 2018 by Steve Torno

240 acres of pristine beauty located in between Buffalo and Fairfield, Texas with easy access off of a paved county road. This ranch has so much to offer from both the agricultural and recreational sides of land stewardship. There are several nice open pastures with cross fencing in place for grazing livestock. The wooded sections of the ranch are filled with gorgeous mature hardwood trees of numerous varieties and also include a few pockets of pine timber as well. The topography of the ranch is best described as rolling hills that first introduces itself on the long and winding drive up to the house from the main gate of the ranch. It is very picturesque and immediately gives you an idea of what lies in store. The improvements on the ranch are best described as elegantly minimal. They easily blend in to the surrounding beauty so as not to distract, but also perfectly compliment the idea and purpose that they were originally designed for. The main living quarters are located on the second level of the 2400 sq ft barndomimium and are finished out in, what would best be described as, a modern farmhouse look. This level of the living quarters sports two full bedrooms and bathrooms, full custom kitchen, and living area. There is an enormous deck that spans all the way across the front of the barndominium and affords breath taking views of the largest impoundment of water located on the ranch. The lower level has additional sleeping quarters, living area, kitchen, and another full bathroom. Provisions have been made for an additional bathroom on the exterior of the barndominium, but are not complete. Water is supplied to the ranch improvements via a deep well that is approximately 700 deep into the Wilcox aquifer and has a 6 inch casing with a 5 hp pump. This well produces in the neighborhood of 50+ gpm. There is approximately 1200 sq ft of shop space with large roll up doors and lean to equipment storage sheds down both sides of the structure. In addition, there is a large chicken coop, a green house, and a well house. Of the 240 + total acres, there is 79 acres that is completely under 8 high game fence and provides habitat for several genetically superior deer that were introduced to this section of the ranch. The remainder of the acreage is under low fence with the exception of the entire back fence line, which is also under 8 game fence and is home to all different types of wildlife that is typical to this part of the state. This ranch is truly a spectacular place that has something to offer to everyone. Offered at $1,100,000.

104.26 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: March 27th, 2018 by Steve Torno

A one-of-a-kind property of this caliber does not come on the market very often. This is one of the rare opportunities to own a truly remarkable ranch. 104 acres of pristine rolling hills with breathtaking views comprise this property. Approximately 80% is improved, coastal Bermuda pasture with the remaining land being a mix of giant hardwood trees and piney woods. Water features further the allure of the property. A spring feeds the 2-acre lake, which drains into North Creek, a year round, spring-fed creek. The crystal clear water meanders through the ancient red oak trees that line the banks, creating a peaceful feeling that accentuates the country life. The entirety of the property is fenced and has cross fences. Long road frontage with four separate entrances and a portion of black pipe fence with an automatic gate creates curb appeal that wont quit. You are immediately drawn to the 3,100 sqft country farmhouse style home. Being built in 2006, the home still looks brand new due to the meticulous upkeep of the owners. Inside, the tall ceilings, open concept and exceptional finishes all tie together to create a beautiful home. A large open kitchen with a huge pantry that can store enough food to feed an army is the central focus of the home. There are 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, two living areas and much more. Upstairs is 988 sqft of partially finished bonus room with another bathroom. Framing is done and all the electrical and plumbing have been run, it just need sheetrock and flooring. Large front and back porches along with an oversized 3 car garage complete this country estate. Other improvements to the property include a 48×30 metal barn on a slab with a 14 overhang along one side. There is also a set of Priefert working pens for cattle. Do not miss your chance to own this one-of-a-kind property that is the ultimate in country living. $895,000. REDUCED TO $879,500!
Contact Dennis at 979-777-6523 for more information.

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