Highlighted Properties of Dave Murray with DMTX Realty in Austin, TX
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3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2500 sqft
1521 Deer Lake Rd, Wimberley, Texas
- Hays County
Full 132 acres - $4.99mil.
100 acres with Event venue - $2.5mil.
70 acres undeveloped $1.2mil.
This amazing Hill Country ranch has just become available. Located between Driftwood and Wimberley, TX, this is one of the most prime parts of the Hill Country. At 131 acres, this ranch offers it all. It has Lone Man Creek waterfront with 5 dams, creating a great water feature. The terrain is varied, with level areas, gently sloping hills, and big elevations that offer outstanding views of the countryside. Large, towering oak trees are present everywhere and native wildlife abounds.
The gated ranch is currently set-up as a very successful event & wedding venue. This portion of the ranch has a great manicured and rustic feel, and offer
363 Furr Mays Rd, Smithville, Texas
- Bastrop County
At 358 Acres, this very private live water ranch has just become available. Located towards the southeast of Bastrop County, it has great access to Historic Bastrop and is 50 minutes from Downtown Austin via Hwy 71.
This is a beautifully wooded ranch. Towering pine trees are on much of the terrain, along with enormous mature oaks and other hardwood trees. There are spring-fed ponds on the property, along with a number of creeks. Much of this property is completely untouched, with a wealth of wildlife. This is a hunters paradise, and there is much to explore. One water feature in the ranch has formed an amazing, beautiful canyon feature. The possibilities for a recreational ranch are endless. Looking at an aerial of Bastrop County, you c
401 Deviney Rd, Martindale, Texas
- Guadalupe County
This is a beautiful piece of property located on the San Marcos River, just across the river from Martindale proper. There is direct access at a low-water crossing over the San Marcos, or by county road on the other side of property. There are majestic heritage oaks on the property, towering pecans particularly in large numbers near the waterfront. The southwest portion of the property is currently being used to run cattle, and there is nice level pasture on this portion, along with a good amount of cover. An intermittent creek runs through the center of the property.
There is currently a historic home that would have to be renovated or replaced near the water, as well as two other smaller cottages that would need to be renovated. There