Trinity Forest is a historic & intensively managed forestry property with healthy varying ages of pine plantations & intermittent Stream-side Management Zones (SMZ's) along creek drains. Excellent public road frontage & access with excellent internal road system for forestry...
Approx 1 mile of Lampasas river.
Approx 1/4 mile a beautiful springfed Sulphur Creek
Main dwelling less than five years old. Approximately 3200 ft.
100-year-old German style limestone home-remodeled
Custom built cabin with a fireplace on the creek.
Highway 190 fronta...
BRING THE HORSES - GORGEOUS ESTABLISHED FARM to build your dream home just 20 minutes from Anderson. Property is Fenced with established hay crop along with mix of hardwoods and strong creek with multiple water features. Deep drilled well & septic tank w/ underground power s...
This exceptional 39 acres is the last remaining tract out of Maple Ridge Farm. The former owner was unable to continue working the farm due to declining health and liquidated the farm to avoid foreclosure. This is the last chance to obtain a piece of this stunning farm at ...
Here is a good solid combination crop and livestock farm that is fenced. Also, it is
on a very good paved road. There are a few terraces, but they appear to be in good
shape. The cultivated land can be used for wheat, grain sorghum, forage sorghum, and
probably even cotton once in a while. As most of you know, canola and sesame are
also now grown in the area, and this tract could be used for those crops, too. That
said, livestock in combination with winter small grains pasture and grass is one of
the most natural combinations of enterprises that fit our climate and resources, and
this place fits that sort of use. Winter protein is derived from small grains to
meet the requirements of a winter ration which includes standing grass on
Serenity Gap Ranch
Now here is something you do not often find. Here is a property that almost joins the famed Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge and also is near a historic site. Long ago braves from the Osage tribe attacked a village of Kiowa Indians while the braves of the Kiowa village were gone on a hunting trip leaving only women, children, and older men to defend themselves against the attacking warriors from the Osage Tribe; hence the name Cutthroat Gap. This property is very near Cut Throat Gap.
This is nearly level property that is 80 acres m/l in total with about 75 of those acres generally used to produce wheat. But the land is plenty good enough to grow cotton, grain sorghum, sesame, and canola. Heck, I think it might even