Max Starcke Dam Ranch

Posted on: July 20th, 2018 by David Carpenter

Beautiful bluff top views of Lake Marble Falls, Max Starcke Dam and the Colorado River all from one amazing build site!

Max Starcke Dam Ranch is located less than five minutes from all of the amenities of downtown Marble Falls. Don't let the convenience of town fool you. This is a true "end of the road" property with plenty of privacy and very few rooftops in sight.

The land sits on the banks of the Colorado River just south of the Max Starcke Dam. There is a wonderful mix of terrain with open hilltop views giving way to oak lined draws as the land slowly gives way to breathtaking bluffs over the banks of the river.

Overhead power is present on the property. Well and septic will need to be put in place.

Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing.

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.

Oakalla Live Water Ranch- North

Posted on: March 16th, 2018 by David Carpenter

Oakalla Live Water Ranch-North, 281.65 acres

A rare opportunity for big views and cool water awaits only 45 minutes from North Austin. Oakalla Live Water Ranch-North boasts magnificent hilltops shaded by large oak trees with distant views of the hill country and creek bottom below. Nearly one mile of coveted Rocky Creek meanders through and along the borders 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. This ranch is a true well rounded gem with views, awesome water features, a nice home, large trees, hay production, cattle grazing, hunting and additional build sites. SPRINGTIME PHOTOS SOON!

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 through the western portion of the ranch and the creek valley provides flat fertile land ideal for farming or grazing.

Improvements: The main home is a 2,150 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home with an inviting swimming pool.

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.

ADDITIONAL ACREAGE AVAILABLE

Lampasas River Ranch

Posted on: October 12th, 2017 by David Carpenter

Enjoy the deep waters of the Lampasas River! This ranch boasts 1/3 mile of riverfront diversity. The bulk of the river frontage is deep water perfect for canoeing, swimming and fishing. The north end of the river boundary is shallow with a flat, stone bottom making a nice place to sit in lawn chairs with the cool water flowing under your feet.

Wildlife is abundant on this ranch. Dozens of whitetail deer can be seen grazing at once in the oat fields or resting under the pecan and oak trees. There is a nice herd of free range axis deer that frequent the property as well. Dove, turkey and hog hunting has also been successful in recent years. A ring-tailed cat has even taken up residence in one of the old barns on the property.

This river ranch has many beautiful, shaded areas covered with oak and pecan trees. The pecan grove has nice wet weather creek meandering throughout. Portions of the ranch consist of very fertile, improved pasture producing hay and oats. This ranch is the perfect combination of riverfront recreation and livestock grazing.

There are several old barns and a windmill at the entrance creating a charming, rustic feel to the property. This ranch has just under 1 mile of road frontage on CR 32! Power has been brought to one of the barns giving light and RV hookups. County water is available along the road frontage. Property is currently under Ag. Exemption.

San Gabriel River Meadows, Tract 2

Posted on: March 10th, 2017 by David Carpenter

Along the lazy banks of the year round San Gabriel River, are just a handful of 10-13 acre tracts worthy of your new homesite. This acreage is mostly level with trees along the riverbank, the perfect idyllic location near and just north of Liberty Hill and out of the city limits.

An easy commute from Austin to a nice, peaceful, country setting is what every family dreams of. Light restrictions will apply. This property can only be viewed with an agent in attendance to gain gated access. Currently under a hay lease and ag exempt.

Call to view San Gabriel River Meadows to have first choice of the five available tracts and to find out how much river frontage you can own. Appointments are now open.

The backstory of San Gabriel River Meadows:

Floyd Clark had long been searching for a ranch near his birthplace of Liberty Hill, when he located a beautiful 69 acre tract along Polly Creek and the North San Gabriel River.Floyd loved all things outdoors from the native pecan trees along the creek, his small herd of cattle, gardening and building fences. He loved plowing and often after a heavy rain he found Indian arrow heads laying on the ground. (Research later revealed that Indian occupation goes back thousands of years along this portion of the River.) Lorene loved watching all the wildlife, from the wild turkey flock that roosted in trees along the creek to the deer, foxes and armadillos. She enticed humming birds, cardinals and painted buntings with numerous bird feeders around the house. Many evenings were spent fishing in the river. After 55 years in the Clark family we are now making the property available for others to enjoy.

San Gabriel River Meadows, Tract 3

Posted on: March 10th, 2017 by David Carpenter

Along the lazy banks of the year round San Gabriel River, are just a handful of 10-13 acre tracts worthy of your new homesite. This acreage is mostly level with trees along the riverbank, the perfect idyllic location near and just north of Liberty Hill and out of the city limits.

An easy commute from Austin to a nice, peaceful, country setting is what every family dreams of. Light restrictions will apply. This property can only be viewed with an agent in attendance to gain gated access. Currently under a hay lease and ag exempt.

Call to view San Gabriel River Meadows to have first choice of the five available tracts and to find out how much river frontage you can own. Appointments are now open.

The backstory of San Gabriel River Meadows:

Floyd Clark had long been searching for a ranch near his birthplace of Liberty Hill, when he located a beautiful 69 acre tract along Polly Creek and the North San Gabriel River.Floyd loved all things outdoors from the native pecan trees along the creek, his small herd of cattle, gardening and building fences. He loved plowing and often after a heavy rain he found Indian arrow heads laying on the ground. (Research later revealed that Indian occupation goes back thousands of years along this portion of the River.) Lorene loved watching all the wildlife, from the wild turkey flock that roosted in trees along the creek to the deer, foxes and armadillos. She enticed humming birds, cardinals and painted buntings with numerous bird feeders around the house. Many evenings were spent fishing in the river. After 55 years in the Clark family we are now making the property available for others to enjoy.

San Gabriel River Meadows, Tract 4

Posted on: March 10th, 2017 by David Carpenter

Along the lazy banks of the year round San Gabriel River, are just a handful of 10-13 acre tracts worthy of your new homesite. This acreage is mostly level with trees along the riverbank, the perfect idyllic location near and just north of Liberty Hill and out of the city limits.

An easy commute from Austin to a nice, peaceful, country setting is what every family dreams of. Light restrictions will apply. This property can only be viewed with an agent in attendance to gain gated access. Currently under a hay lease and ag exempt.

Call to view San Gabriel River Meadows to have first choice of the five available tracts and to find out how much river frontage you can own. Appointments are now open.

The backstory of San Gabriel River Meadows:

Floyd Clark had long been searching for a ranch near his birthplace of Liberty Hill, when he located a beautiful 69 acre tract along Polly Creek and the North San Gabriel River.Floyd loved all things outdoors from the native pecan trees along the creek, his small herd of cattle, gardening and building fences. He loved plowing and often after a heavy rain he found Indian arrow heads laying on the ground. (Research later revealed that Indian occupation goes back thousands of years along this portion of the River.) Lorene loved watching all the wildlife, from the wild turkey flock that roosted in trees along the creek to the deer, foxes and armadillos. She enticed humming birds, cardinals and painted buntings with numerous bird feeders around the house. Many evenings were spent fishing in the river. After 55 years in the Clark family we are now making the property available for others to enjoy.

San Gabriel River Meadows, Tract 5

Posted on: March 9th, 2017 by David Carpenter

Along the lazy banks of the year round San Gabriel River, are just a handful of 10-13 acre tracts worthy of your new homesite. This acreage is mostly level with trees along the riverbank, the perfect idyllic location near and just north of Liberty Hill and out of the city limits.

An easy commute from Austin to a nice, peaceful, country setting is what every family dreams of. Light restrictions will apply. This property can only be viewed with an agent in attendance to gain gated access. Currently under a hay lease and ag exempt.

Call to view San Gabriel River Meadows to have first choice of the five available tracts and to find out how much river frontage you can own. Appointments are now open.

The backstory of San Gabriel River Meadows:

Floyd Clark had long been searching for a ranch near his birthplace of Liberty Hill, when he located a beautiful 69 acre tract along Polly Creek and the North San Gabriel River.Floyd loved all things outdoors from the native pecan trees along the creek, his small herd of cattle, gardening and building fences. He loved plowing and often after a heavy rain he found Indian arrow heads laying on the ground. (Research later revealed that Indian occupation goes back thousands of years along this portion of the River.) Lorene loved watching all the wildlife, from the wild turkey flock that roosted in trees along the creek to the deer, foxes and armadillos. She enticed humming birds, cardinals and painted buntings with numerous bird feeders around the house. Many evenings were spent fishing in the river. After 55 years in the Clark family we are now making the property available for others to enjoy.

Whitewater Ranch

Posted on: January 8th, 2017 by David Carpenter

If your looking for a Live Water Property, or a place with a nice creek and waterfall, or a just a place with a nice big pond. Well, this one has all three and it’s complimented by a very nice 2 bedroom 2 bath Barndominium.