With 2,150 feet of the Guadalupe River’s South Fork and two year-round creeks, the 1,360-acre Pebble River Ranch is a live water paradise awaiting your personal stamp.
In the Cross Timbers Eco Region of Texas, Dolce Vita Ranch features both level land near the creek bottom and rolling hills looking off into the distance, making the diversity of terrain on the property truly unique. The elegant Italian-style main home sits near the highest point of the property.
Lakes of Gibbons Creek Ranch is so named because of the exceptional amount of surface water covering over 920 acres in over 40 lakes and ponds to be found on the property. The water coverage on this ranch is more than the total acreage of all of Central Park in New York City.
Honey Creek Ranch, a part of the original J.P. Morris Estate, is a legacy property with lush native grasses, rolling hills with hardwood trees, creek draws and a 14± acre conservation lake.
Many Texas landowners face the same dilemma: how do you ensure that the land you love looks the way that it does forever? Using a tool called a conservation easement, landowners can ensure that the integrity of their land remains intact for generations.
No longer just a hobby for the rich, non-native wildlife has found its way into the hands of capitalists. As a result, critically endangered species from across the globe are thriving in private hands. Investors are claiming profits and their actions are saving wildlife for generations to come.
Defense is needed every biennial session. With more than 7,000 bills filed on a mind-boggling array of subjects, there is always something lurking in the details that can create problems for Texas landowners.
What do you get when you combine high demand and low interest rates? A Texas land rush, according to Farm Credit lenders.
Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the first half of 2021.
Cherokee Springs Ranch, located between Cherokee and Bend in southeastern San Saba County, is a 1,685± acre wonderland of live water, diverse landscapes, unsurpassed productivity and real Hill Country ranch living.
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Unique items curated especially for the discriminating Texas land aficionado.
The highly improved 4M Ranch is a world unto itself with an incredible suite of world-class improvements including a 5,000-foot paved runway, crushed rock roads, headquarters complex and, set out miles away on a limestone perch, a truly remarkable 10,000± square-foot home with infinity pool peering down at the four miles of Lower Pecos River frontage below. Stunning, complete and perfect are words that come to mind. Located 16 miles north of Langtry on county-maintained ...
The trickle and burble of crystalline water provides a constant soundtrack throughout the ranch as the Guadalupe River runs on the eastern portion. Cherry Creek and White Oak Creek add their own rhythms to the symphony as they meander through the majestic Hill Country landscape. Three water wells, ranging from 25 gallons per minute to 100 gallons per minute, expand options for water sources.
In a recent interview with LAND, Cathy, the interim president for Texas Lavender Association, talks about the adventurous spirit of the lavender industry in the Hill Country.
Bradford, a level III sommelier, spent 12 years in the retail and wholesale wine industry managing a portfolio of 10,000 fine wines from around the world with an emphasis on high-end offerings from Bordeaux, Burgundy and Napa. As he globe-trotted, he kept an eye on the Texas wine industry.
If you’ve ever thought about investing in the Hill Country, here are great points to consider. In 2020, Texas added more residents than any other state. Texas is home to 50 Fortune 500 companies and is the ninth largest economy worldwide. Throw in a business-friendly atmosphere, no corporate and personal income tax and fewer regulations—and the fact Texas also is home to advanced manufacturing and energy development—and it’s tough to beat.
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Take advantage of ag-use valuations to lower your rural property taxes. If you own rural land in the Lone Star State, there are ways to reduce your property tax burden.
Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the first quarter of 2021.