Gonzales County – 92.46 acres of mostly mesquite wildlife habitat ready to be hunted or developed. Offered as one tract or split into 3 separate tracts of nearly 31 acres each. The total property has over 4,460 ft. of frontage on Hwy 87 and 4,140 ft. on CR 181 E. All tracts are ag exempt with no flood plain, and the amazing habitat supports tons of wildlife. If you are looking for a South Texas property with lots of highway frontage or an ag property with a house off a country road, load up the puppies and head to Three Dog Ranch!
KBC Ranch is 82 acres of prime hunting and development land in Live Oak County, near the intersection of I-37 and Hwy 281, just north of Three Rivers, TX. There are numerous species of wildlife that call this place home, including whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, quail and many more. This property would serve as a great investment as it has 1400 feet of I-37 frontage. It would make for a great long term hold while still enjoying it for recreational or homestead use. An additional 193 acres are available at the back of the property.
KBC Ranch is 275 acres of prime hunting and development land in Live Oak County, near the intersection of I-37 and Hwy 281, just north of Three Rivers, TX. There are numerous species of wildlife that call this place home, including whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, quail and many more. This property would serve as a great investment as it has 1400 feet of I-37 frontage. It would make for a great long term hold while still enjoying it for recreational or homestead use. The 275 acres is also offered separately as the front 82 acres or back 193 acres.
A tremendous investment/development property conveniently located just southwest of Seguin along the I-10 Corridor. This property has rolling topography, ample paved road frontage, mature oaks, and no floodplain. Only 5 minutes to I-10, 10 minutes to Seguin, 30 minutes to San Antonio, and an hour to Austin. The Seguin-Cibolo-Schertz area is rapidly growing and is home to major manufacturers such as Caterpillar, Teijen Automotive Technologies, Vitesco Technologies, and Aisin AW. All these factors combine to make the property a great investment.
A tremendous investment property in a fast-growing area. Just south of Austin, this 1.67+/- acre lot is situated at the intersection of Hwy 21 and FM 2001 in the heart of Niederwald, between IH-35 and SH 130 Toll. The 400 feet of Hwy 21 road frontage makes for easy access between both major highways. Utilities are in place. If you are looking for a nice commercial or investment property this could be the lot for you.
This multi-purpose 85 acres of grassland is strategically located just inside the northern city limits of Cuero. The mostly flat property is currently ag exempt and can serve as either a commercial or residential property or both! With over 1,400 ft. of frontage on Old Gonzales Rd and a back gated entrance to Rio Grande Dr that leads to Hwy 77, this unrestricted tract has potential galore. Buy and subdivide now or hold as an investment that you can use in the interim to grow hay, raise cattle, or build your own in-town ranchette.
The 224-acre Hickerson Farm is part of an original 1800s Falls County settlement. There is little topography change and fertile soils, making this property ideal for a long-term hold while still enjoying income production from farming or leasing.
A unique development tract or investment property with road frontage on over 80% of the perimeter boundary including 3,900 feet of frontage on FM 935 (E. Main St). Approximately 42 acres along the western boundary are inside the city limits of Troy. This site has great long-range views, rolling topography, minimal floodplain and is located just 0.8 miles from I-35 and 9 miles to Temple making this property very attractive to the developer and investor.
This unrestricted, ag-exempt 13.33 acres with more than 1,350 feet of Hwy 183 frontage is located just south of the Guadalupe River bridge outside of Cuero. The high-traffic property is fenced and mostly wooded with huisache, a couple of giant live oaks, and large mesquites. The 2,000 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 2 bath house is structurally sound with some exterior and interior work needed to finish to taste. It would make an excellent office for a company needing convenient Hwy 183 access. This property would be perfect for an oilfield or trucking company, or potentially a gas station. Some mineral rights are negotiable. The agricultural valuation keeps taxes low at $1,023 for 2020.
406.65 acres of optimal hunting and ag land just south of Cuero with plenty of live water and live oaks. Located on the Guadalupe River, this ranch has 7 water wells, electricity, a hunting cabin, improved pastures, and is currently home to cattle and various wildlife year-round. The water access, protective brush and trees, and plentiful food sources attract scores of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Additionally, the river bottom provides a great place to catch catfish, bass, and the occasional alligator gar, while the ponds are an ambush spot for the waves of dove that cross between the food and water sources every morning and evening. If you are looking for a property to fish, hunt, raise cattle, or if you just want a great view, this is it!
This rectangular-shaped tract just south of San Antonio boasts 1,445 feet of frontage on Priest Road. It is located in Southside ISD just 3 minutes south of the intersection of Interstate 37 and Loop 1604. Build your own estate out of this large tract, buy and hold as an investment, or subdivide into smaller tracts to sell.
This undeveloped property is strategically located in between FM 3009 and FM 2252 outside of the flood plain. Just mile north of IH-35 in the middle of future planned growth including East & West Connector 1 or East & West Connector 2. The wildlife management tax valuation keeps taxes low as the immediate area potential grows.