DeWitt County – This attractive 40-acre improved pasture is located next to the remote town of Arneckeville and just southeast of Cuero in DeWitt County. This beautiful countryside is covered with King Ranch Bluestem grass in the front pasture with several ancient live oaks to provide shade for your future castle in the back portion and scattered throughout. The terraced property is perfect for cattle, growing hay, or it could make the perfect “just-out-of-town” home site. If city life has you blue and you don’t know what to do, split that scene and move to the green on Green DeWitt Rd.
Wiliamson County – 1.34+/- acres located in one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. This property is located on the north end of the city limits of Leander providing approximately 200 feet of U.S. 183 road frontage. The west side of the property also provides approximately 340 feet of Heritage Grove Rd frontage as well, making for easy access to the property. If you are looking for a commercial/investment property in this booming market, look no further.
Calhoun County – This quintessential 2-story bayfront home has 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, a flex room, 2 complete kitchens, an elevator, large garage, solid wood floors, spacious front deck, and a great view overlooking San Antonio Bay. Located on the west end of Bay Avenue, this property has a waterfront view with the benefit of lower traffic and is less than 1 mile to a boat ramp. This home has plenty of room for family and friends. The multi-level layout with private access to each allows the potential for separate rental properties if desired. Most of the home is designed to ADA compliance.
KBC Ranch is 193 acres of prime hunting 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 make for a great long-term investment while still enjoying it for recreational or homestead use. An additional 82 acres with I-37 frontage are available to the west.
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 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.
This oilfield housing property on 7.82 acres is located just outside of Cuero on FM 766. There are currently 104 rooms in operation providing lodging for the oilfield workers in the Eagleford Shale. In addition to the housing, there is a commercial kitchen, office building, dining room, laundry room, lounge and guest media/office area, exercise room, and outdoor basketball court. This property is very popular with several oilfield companies and provides guests with food and housing as needed. As the oil and gas prices continue to rise, this income producing property potentially stands to benefit into the near future.
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.
Originally built as a show goat facility, this property and associated improvements are easily transferrable to cattle, sheep, horses, or other animals. The gorgeous, ag-exempt 38.5 acres are perfect for the weekend or full-time rancher. All the facilities necessary for holding several head are easily located on the edge of Cuero and close to the auction ring. Several giant pecan and live oak trees provide shade around each cross-fenced pasture. There are many barns, sheds, and even a rustic house to use as an office or place to hang your spurs. Owner financing available with 30% down.
Dos Rios is the perfect name for this West Texas recreational destination. With the Rio Grande in your “front yard” and an easement access to the Pecos River in your backyard, this property is an outdoor enthusiast’s pinnacle. The multiple arroyos provide many canyons to hike with caves etched into the rugged walls waiting to be found by a modern-day explorer. The wildlife is as plentiful as it is unexpected. Fish in the shade of the canyon walls as you barbeque dinner for the evening and then slip into the cool, crystal-clear water for a swim or slide your kayak in for a relaxing trip upriver. Fall asleep while watching the countless stars in a sky, far from any light pollution. The possibilities are limitless on this expansive, wide-open ranch.
Granite Sky Ranch is an immaculate 40-acre property in the shadow of Enchanted Rock. Only one other parcel separates the property from the State Park, providing a breathtaking view of this Texas landmark. Nestled in the back of a gated community, this ranch provides you with the privacy to build the home of your dreams. Two water wells are in place and underground power to a strategically placed homesite overlooking a pond with Enchanted Rock as its backdrop. You will not understand the true beauty of this property until you see it in person.
Arrowhead Oaks Ranch is a gorgeous ranch with majestic Live Oaks, 240 feet of frontage on Hwy 46, long-range views, and multiple building sites with privacy from the highway. This property could serve as a homestead, multi-use facility, or recreational getaway, conveniently located 8 miles from Hwy 281 and 15 miles from I-35. Less than 30 minutes from New Braunfels, San Antonio, Canyon Lake, Gruene, and the Guadalupe River. With such proximity to shopping, recreation, and culture, the possibilities are endless.