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Recent sales

1,260 acres in Bosque County

Native Bosque County terrain with infrastructure improvements in place presents great development opportunity. 200 ft of elevation change creates numerous potential homesites. The terrain consists of large sections of native brush and trees, including lots of mature hardwoods, along with several areas of dense tree cover and numerous open areas with native grasses that could be developed as food plots. Current surface water consists of 8 ponds and several wet-weather creeks. Other improvements include the 10 water wells drilled in 2021, 2 of which have pumps set and are complete, with depths ranging from 600-720 ft and estimated gpm ranging from 6-30 gpm (well reports are available). The property has perimeter fencing, a portion of which is new. Enjoy immediate benefit from the excellent hunting for native wildlife including whitetail, pigs, dove, turkey, and varmint. Multiple entrances along CR 1120. Electricity available. No pipeline easements. Will subdivide.

311 acres in Limestone and Navarro County

Located in Limestone and Navarro counties, this 311 acre ranch is ideal for hunting and ranching. The ranch has two stock ponds and native grasses for cattle. A variety of trees on the interior of the property provide cover for game animals. Conveniently located 75 minutes from Fort Worth, 90 minutes from Dallas, and 120 minutes from Austin, you will love the gentle elevation changes and mature hardwood lined pastures of this ranch. With more than 500 feet of frontage on State Highway 171, additional frontage on LCR 207, and a Post Oak water line from Hubbard to Coolidge on the west side of SH 171, this ranch is ready for you to enjoy for years to come!

251 acres in Hill County

Convenient access to I-35 (less than five miles) and 45 minutes from Fort Worth, yet secluded from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Originally part of a 600-acre tract deed restricted almost 20 years ago, each property within this large tract is restricted to a minimum of 20-acres with no commercial or industrial use. These restrictions are designed to maintain the wide-open country feeling of the area. Files Valley community water is available for you and your family, or neighbors that you hand select if you decide to subdivide

231 acres in Denton County

Nestled between the cities of Justin and New Fairview, this 231 acre property is located in the path of growth. With more than 3,200 feet of road frontage on FM 407, an additional 3,900 feet of frontage on two additional sides, and at the hard corner of FM 407 and B Judge Lane, this property is primed for development. South of this property is the Constellation Lake mixed-use development with commercial, multi-family, single-family residential, and townhomes proposed. Available for the first time in more than 50 years, take advantage of your opportunity to own this property, and capitalize on the growth coming to Denton County and Northwest ISD.

197 acres in Hill County

Here is your opportunity to do it all - country living with a nice mix of farmland and grazing land. With five stock ponds, this property is well watered. The home is a well-maintained 1970s build 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2-car garage with a 60'x40' barn and carport to protect your equipment. Located less than 75 minutes from Fort Worth and Dallas, and just over 30 minutes to Waco, this property offers convenient access and the private, secluded lifestyle you seek.

195 acres in Wise County

With 1700 feet of paved frontage on FM 2210 and County Road 3285 less than one hour from Ft.Worth, this 195 acre ranch features mature oaks in the front that open up to scenic views in the back with sandy soils and some coastal. Cross fenced with 6 ponds for rotation of livestock with water in every pasture. Located in a quiet area with a well and electricity on the property, this ranch is ready for you to build your weekend retreat or home. Deer, hogs, dove, and varmints have been spotted on the property. Come hunt, fish, run cattle or just enjoy the peace and quiet.

350+ acre Hood County ranch

The WW Jones Ranch is 378 acres located in the heart of Paluxy River valley. The home was built in 1873 with a 60x30 barn with covered storage, and there are also multiple build sites that offer fantastic views. With nearly 100’ of elevation change and heavy cover for deer, hogs, and other game animals this ranch is well suited for hunting and recreation. The ranch is well watered with four stock ponds and nearly a mile of Richardson Creek frontage. Paved road frontage is available on two sides with ¼ mile on Chalk Mountain Highway and ⅓ mile on Bakers Crossing Road. Additional features of this private and secluded ranch include a pecan orchard with mature pecan trees, approximately 45 acres in cultivation for hay and crops, and convenient access to Fort Worth (50 miles) and Glen Rose (12 miles). Start building your legacy and make memories that last a lifetime.

308 acres in Hill County

300+ acres of quietly secluded farmland surrounded by large acreage estates, this income generating property has a nice mix of hardwoods, good soil for farming, and more than 50 feet of elevation change. With nearly three miles of road frontage along County Road 101, 101A, 102, and Martha Lane this property could be your next homestead

234 acre ranch in Hubbard, TX

The Semper ranch has been cared for and meticulously maintained for cattle ranching and production. Cross fenced into six improved pastures with seven ponds, the design of the property allows for simplified rotation of cattle. Newer six and seven strand barbed wire are used throughout the property for fencing and cross fencing and are some of the best fences we have seen in years. The property is situated at the corner of HCR 3361 and HCR 3369 and features more than 9,000 feet of recently maintained county road frontage for future development or subdivision. With easy access to State Highway 171 and Highway 31, the property offers a country retreat with easy access to city amenities. Driving time from major metropolitan area are 30 minutes to Waco, 2.5 hours from Austin, 1.5 hours to Dallas and Fort Worth. The home on the property is located near the front of the property and near the barns and cattle working area. The home is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home with an office that could also serve as a fourth bedroom. The barns, equipment yard, cabin for overnight guest, safe room, and cattle facilities are conveniently located in front of the house. All equipment and tools in barn and equipment yard will convey with the sale.

207 acres in Hill County

Beautiful property with a 3 bedroom 2 bath home that is less than 3 years old. A nice mixture of cultivated and wooded land with a seasonal creek to provide a great combination place to produce some income from the crops and have a place to hunt or just get away from it all. Quiet and secluded yet close to town. There are some very nice views and build sites throughout the property. Please see the virtual tour to really appreciate this property.

197 acres in Hill County

This ranch has been meticulously maintained for nearly one hundred years by the same family and is available for sale for the first time since the 1930s. Mature oak trees are scattered throughout the property with four ponds, including one large pond. Coastal Bermuda pastures allow you to run cattle to maintain the ag exemption and enjoy hunting or riding horses with friends and family. With nearly a mile of FM frontage and gently rolling terrain, sandy soil, and access to the desirable Covington school district, this property is ready to be cared for by the next generation. Start building your legacy and making memories that last a lifetime.

171 acres in Hill County

Don’t miss your chance to own 171+ acres of beautiful tree lined, gently rolling coastal pastures. The property has 6 pastures and 5 ponds for easy rotation of livestock. Deer, turkey, and some hogs have been seen on the property. All owned minerals (believed to be 100%) and the royalty from the on-site well will convey with the sale. With 2000’+ of paved frontage on FM 67, 3600’+ of frontage on CR 1429, and a 6” water line on FM 67, these features make this is a fantastic investment opportunity for future subdividing. The City of Covington can service an additional 400 customers with their current water system.
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