Leone’s Tract 1

Posted on: April 17th, 2018 by David Carpenter

The pictures do not do this property justice. Its a must see in person. The views are spectacular. The is a really good hunting property with lots of deer and Turkey.

Less than an hour to Austin

Over 12k in new 5 strand barbed wire fencing. New 14' all weather road being constructed to the front of the Tract. Electricity runs thru the back of the tract.

Minimal Restrictions….No mobile homes but barndominiums are acceptable.

Owner is a licensed Real Estate Agent

Rocking W

Posted on: April 5th, 2018 by David Carpenter

If you are looking for water front property with wonderful views and abundant wildlife, this is the land for you! Beautiful property located approximately 1 mile up river from Highway 36 bridge over Leon River. Access the water by what is believed to be a "historic wagon trail" for old river crossings. Ideal for hunting, secluded home site, or just to enjoy nature.

Thomaston 70.5 acres

Posted on: March 23rd, 2018 by David Carpenter

DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY! Great shape and road frontage for smaller tracts.

70.5 acres conveniently located between Cuero and Victoria, Texas. Easy access from two roads less than a mile off of Highway 87.

Land- Flat, fertile grazing land with nice scattered oaks, elms and massive mesquite trees.

Wildlife- Whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, and dove.

Improvements- Power line present along property border.

Lake Victor

Posted on: March 20th, 2018 by David Carpenter

This lot is ready to build on. It has several nice big oak trees a 60gpm Water Well and Elec. As well as Road Frontage on FM 2340.
It is perfect for a home site or a log Cabin.

Morris Ranch

Posted on: March 20th, 2018 by David Carpenter

One of the oldest and finest hunting ranches in Jim Hogg County and surrounded by two of the largest historical ranches in the area. The Morris Ranch has been under intense Wildlife Mgt. by the well known Hollywood Hunting Camp., in Falfurrias, Texas for the past 15 years. This ranch has some of the best Whitetail Deer and Bobwhite Quail hunting in the state. This area is known as the Bobwhite capital of the world. The dove and turkey are plentiful as well.

The Morris Ranch has been in the same family and is rich in history dating back to 1767 and the Noriacitas land grant. The ranch consists of rolling hills and scattered mesquite motts. It has a diversity of brush and native grasses.

The rich red soil is known for producing Muy Grande Winning Bucks and large coveys of Bobwhite Quail.

The water wells are plentiful and in good condition. Consisting of 7 water wells of which 3 are windmills with and avg depth of 200 ft.

Two houses; the main house is 4 bedroom and the managers house is 3 bedroom.

The minerals have been severed so none are available

Oakalla Ranch

Posted on: March 16th, 2018 by David Carpenter

The Oakalla Ranch is a clean slate for anyone looking to unwind in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Located only 45 minutes from North Austin, this ranch has it all. Big views, large oaks, great hunting, fertile farm land, and the cool water of Rocky Creek.

Oakalla Ranch’s character is split down the middle. The west side of the ranch consists of wooded hilltops covered with oak trees. This portion of the ranch offers beautiful views and excellent build sites. The thick cover also provides great habitat for wildlife and hunting opportunity for the outdoorsman. The eastern portion of the ranch if made up of flat and fertile river valley along the banks of Rocky Creek. This is excellent terrain for livestock and there is great potential for an equine operation.

Nearly 900′ of coveted Rocky Creek meanders along the eastern border of this wonderful ranch. Rocky Creek is one of the largest creeks in the area and has beautiful stone banks, crystal clear swimming holes and bountiful fishing opportunities

Terrain: The ranch consist of traditional Texas Hill County landscapes with big rocky hills and bluffs, large oak trees and huge views. Rocky Creek runs along the eastern boundary of the ranch and the creek valley provides flat fertile land ideal for farming or grazing.

Improvements: There are two older farm houses on the property that could be fixed up for great guest or foreman accommodations as well as a metal shop building.

Wildlife: The ranch is an outdoorsmans paradise. Game includes whitetail, occasional axis, wild hog, dove, and wood duck. Fisherman can sight cast on bass, catfish, crappie (list goes on) just before they enter the Lampasas river a mile down stream.

Leone’s Tract 4A

Posted on: February 22nd, 2018 by David Carpenter

This 16.66 acres lot is a great place for someone who wants a small piece of land to hunt abundant wildlife on with great views! It has electricity and city water on the property. There are great elevation change that help show off the beautiful views and a perfect place to build a home. The property is completely fenced in and ag exempt.

101 acres in Coryell County, Texas

Posted on: June 14th, 2017 by David Carpenter

We are offering several tracts from an established family ranch located in Coryell County just minutes from Copperas Cove. This tract is one of two. It has good cover and abundant wildlife. Beautiful oaks along with cedar and mesquite. Native grasses for grazing and wet weather creeks are located on the ranch. Total acreage available is approximately /- 192 acres. This would be a great hunting property or livestock operation. Duncan Rd. is a common road with cattle guards at both ends.

92 acres in Coryell County, Texas

Posted on: June 13th, 2017 by David Carpenter

We are offering several tracts from an established family ranch located in Coryell County just minutes from Copperas Cove. This tract is one of two. It has good cover and abundant wildlife. Beautiful oaks along with cedar and mesquite. Native grasses for grazing and wet weather creeks are located on the ranch. Total acreage available is approximately /- 192 acres. This would be a great hunting property or livestock operation. Duncan Rd. is a common road with cattle guards at both ends.

725 Ater Ranch

Posted on: January 24th, 2017 by David Carpenter

You’re viewing a slice of paradise! If you are looking for a secluded place with very few neighbors and no restrictions you have found it. Centrally located between Liberty Hill and Burnet in close proximity to schools and shopping. The entire 51 acres is fenced and ready for livestock; horses, cattle and goats.

The front 30 acres are cleared for a hay field (previously a cotton field so excellent soil). And, the back 20 acres are heavily wooded; great for hunting plenty of turkey and deer. Just walk out the door and bring home dinner! A wet weather creek separates the two areas. The location is easily accessible from Austin/Cedar Park. The RV is in great shape and is very comfortable and roomy! Privacy gate at the entrance.