11.42 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: April 2nd, 2021 by Steve Torno

Located east of Centerville in the “Langley Store Area” — 11.42 rolling acres with scattered giant oak trees on blacktop County Road 121. Property has electricity on site and is fenced with improved coastal pastures. $114,900

13.72 acres in Limestone County, Texas

Posted on: March 30th, 2021 by Steve Torno

A rare find! 13.72 acres with nice road frontage. Land is mostly pasture with some pockets of woods. There is a nice pond also. Utilities are available. Land is perimeter fenced. Offered at $149,500.

133.8 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: February 3rd, 2021 by Steve Torno

133.8 acres that is located just north of Normangee. Property is accessed via an easement off of FM 39. This land has gently rolling terrain with ponds and a barn. Electricity is on the property. There is good pasture land for grazing along with some woods for hunting. The property is mostly fenced. This place is approximately 30 minute drive to Bryan/College Station. Priced at $8500/acre.

143.5 acres in Limestone County, Texas

Posted on: February 2nd, 2021 by Steve Torno

This is a rare chance to own a “fourth-generation Limestone County Ranch” with 143.5 acres! This ranch is located just minutes from the town of Mexia, with very long frontage on FM 39. There is a year-round live creek that traverses the property, along with several ponds and lakes. The largest lake is a spring-fed 2-acre lake, perfect for fishing in! The land is comprised of about 60% pasture land and 30% woods — just enough woods for hunting but still lots of pasture for cattle. The ranch is fenced and cross fenced. Also on the property is a very functional 1734 sq. ft. frame home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and a metal roof. This place has lots of potential, with minimal renovations. Priced at $466,375.

Hidden Lake Ranch

Posted on: December 11th, 2020 by Dennis Coffey

The Hidden Lake Ranch is a one-of-a-kind offering, being 460 acres of sportsmans paradise. Located just south of Alto, this ranch is conveniently located with easy access to Lufkin and Nacogdoches. The ranch has black top road frontage and offers privacy without sacrificing convenience to town. The rolling terrain is mostly wooded with a great mix of hardwood and pine timber. There are multiple pine timber stands on the ranch that have been managed and have marketable timber. Water is the main feature of the ranch. There are 5 spring branches that converge and pass through the property offering excellent water sources for game animals. The centerpiece of the ranch is the 37 acre lake situated in a picturesque setting in a valley bordered by two high hills. The lake was constructed 14 years ago with the specific goal of trophy bass fishing in mind. The lake was stocked and has been intensely managed ever since and has produced 15lb bass. The dam on the lake was over engineered with 4 syphon pipes to ensure it will not be breached. There is a newly constructed pier off of the dam with a floating dock and a boat slip. The shallow end of the lake has excellent waterfowl hunting and could be expanded to create more habitat. Overlooking the south side of the lake is the largest open pasture with the highest point of the ranch. Scattered oak trees accent the rolling hills and the views are second to none. The entire ranch is accessible via an extensive interior road system and the perimeter of the property has also been cleared between 50 100 on all sides. In the center of the ranch is a newly renovated cabin surrounded by towering oak trees. The cabin has three bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and has approximately 1,900 sqft of living area. A full length front porch makes the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet of the ranch. Next to the house is a storage barn with 1,200 sqft enclosed and 600 sqft open bay, all on a concrete slab. The property is bordered on two sides by over 13,000 acres of timberland offering excellent insulation and privacy. The ranch has multiple deer stands and feeders set up and holds a healthy deer herd. This property has everything you could ask for in a sporting ranch. A private lake of this size and caliber only come available on the market on rare occasions. Hidden Lake Ranch is being offered at $2,995,000.

251.8 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: October 22nd, 2020 by Steve Torno

Beautiful 251.8 acres with rolling hills. Land is mostly pasture with good pockets of woods for hunting. There are three ponds, a beautiful lake, and two live creeks that run the length of the property. This ranch has a 3100 sq. ft. brick home with a new roof. The home was damaged by extremely strong winds and is in the process of being repaired. The home is not livable at this time but has the “bones” for a very nice ranch house. There is a deep water well and community water on this place. The ranch is completely fenced and has some cross fencing. There is a set of old metal working pens. This is in a great location just south of Buffalo, with access off of Highway 75 and via a deeded easement. This place has lots of potential! $1,005,941

10.3 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: September 29th, 2020 by Steve Torno

Located on blacktop CR 2761, halfway between Buffalo and Centerville is the great location for this ranchette. It is comprised of 10.3 meticulously manicured acres with rolling pastures and scattered mature oak trees. This property offers privacy, yet is easily accessible, and has at its center an immaculate stone home with metal roof. The home is timber frame with exposed beams and is accented with beautiful wood and stone trims. A majority of the wood inside was milled onsite and has a very rustic Texas feel to it that creates a sense of belonging to the land. There is over 1500 sq. ft. of living area, split into two stories, which includes 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a sitting room with home office space. Outside, the space around the home is perfectly arranged with a flagstone patio, a covered pergola, outdoor grill, seating, and tasteful landscaping. The outdoor living area is perfect to entertain friends and family or just relax and enjoy the country life. Other improvements include a 2400 sq. ft. three sided metal equipment barn, a 1 bedroom, 1 bath furnished camp house, covered dog pen, and a metal storage container. There is also a horse stall big enough to hold two horses. The entire boundary of the property is fenced and cross fencing is also in place. An impressive pipe entrance invites you in and the all-weather drive takes you to the heart of the property where the improvements are located. So much thought and attention to details have gone into this property and it has been exquisitely managed and cared for. It is truly a one of a kind property. $385,000

54.7 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: September 16th, 2020 by Steve Torno

54.7 acres between Centerville and Buffalo with Highway 75 frontage. Beautifully situated with rolling topography and a mix of improved pasture, woods, and a live creek. The property is fenced and cross fenced and has a set of working pens included. The home sits up on a hill with spectacular views. With 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and over 2100 sq. ft. of living area, the house is very nicely finished out. The thoughtfulness and attention to detail is noticeable throughout the house. There is a shop area in the back and a full length porch across the front, creating excellent curb appeal. The barn conveniently sits next to the house and has 1500 sq. ft. with four roll up doors for easy access. This property truly has it all and is set up and ready to enjoy! Equipment and furnishings are available to be purchased at additional cost. $660,000.

26.2 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: September 1st, 2020 by Dennis Coffey

26.2 acres west of Centerville with Highway 7 frontage. The property is mostly pasture with a nice hill that would make a great home site. There is a small pond that is perfect for livestock and wildlife. Excellent location only 4 miles from town. Utilities are available at the road. Priced at $6250/acre.

325.88 acres in Leon County, Texas

Posted on: August 3rd, 2020 by Steve Torno

325 acres of pasture land with highway frontage. There is a barn, a water well, and pens already on the property. Land is completely fenced and cross fenced. Brushy Creek is on the property along with two ponds. This place has nice topography with good rolling features. Excellent hunting is a bonus on this place. Offered at $4400/acre.

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