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68 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: August 1st, 2017 by Scott Phillips

Great home and ranch on the edge of town.Excellent hunting and location with the best views in the County.This home has 4 bd. and 3 full baths with a sitting area in the Master and a Study.Approx.2700 sq. ft. The garage is over sized and could fit 4 cars, as well as the home it is on slab. The storage building has electricity and ceiling fans.
Rock Retainer walls in front and back of the home which is situated on the side of the hill.There are lots of Axis deer along with Whitetails and Turkeys.
son’t let this one slip by.

40 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: July 19th, 2017 by Scott Phillips

Rolling Oak covered Hill Country at it’s best, 2/1 rock home with 40 acres. Beautiful Draw runs through the place with higher land on either side. Great hunting and good grazing if you would like to run a few cows or sheep and goats. Home need some updates but would make a great weekend hunting property.

141 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: July 19th, 2017 by Scott Phillips

This is 141 ac rolling oaks and great hunting. Two house one is a very nice rock home 2/1 the other is a mobile home that needs a lot of work. Two water wells , blinds and feeders convey.

106 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: March 28th, 2017 by Scott Phillips

This is a Turn Key Ranch,Large New Modular home(2100 sq. ft. 3/2) Lots of game, plus a 20 ac trap with Axis and Black bucks.Highway frontage , new Equipment barn and Two car garage on slab.
Older barn with small living quarters, pens and potential for deer breeding. three feeders and blinds on the property .
Highway entrance has an automatic gate, and a fully fenced yard to keep the cows out. Ag exempt.
This house comes completely furnished at this price.

35.27 acres in Kimble County, Texas Junction, Texas 76849 – Kimble County

Posted on: September 21st, 2016 by Scott Phillips

River Front and in Town a 3/2 home on 35.275 ac. Large Pecan trees and mesquite , quiet neighborhood.

140.1 acres in Kimble County, Texas fm 470, Junction, Texas 76849 – Kimble County

Posted on: September 21st, 2016 by Scott Phillips

This is a beautiful piece of Texas Hill Country, big views and big games, Whitetail deer and turkeys abound.One deep draw that runs through the property and holds tons of deer, an earthen tank to catch the run off. Very nice metal building with workshop inside, a 3000 gallon water storage tank and very nice feeders and blinds. Location, Location, Location in the very sought after area of Segovia, off of hwy 479.

39 acres in Kimble County, Texas 26379 RR 1674, Junction, Texas 76849 – Kimble County

Posted on: September 17th, 2016 by Scott Phillips

39 acres with nice 2/2 Rock home and barn apartment, good hunting good views , highway frontage lots of fruit trees.Ideal retirement property.

12.07 acres in Kimble County, Texas Junction, Texas 76849 – Kimble County

Posted on: July 26th, 2016 by Scott Phillips

This is a 2013 3/2 home with 3 car garage and out door living area attached to garage and a large open air deck ready for a hot tub. Has a small shed for equipment and a nice separate from the house Storage building . This property is out of City limits and has no restrictions , a lot of Whitetail and Axis Deer to hunt. It also features a lookout deck on the side of Lovers Leap Mountain with exceptional views. The owner would like to leave all the furniture.

368 acres in Kimble County, Texas , Roosevelt, Texas 76849 – Kimble County

Posted on: July 19th, 2016 by Scott Phillips

Rolling Hills with deep valleys and beautiful views, many home sites on this property. Highway frontage for approx. 1 mile, and has 1 working windmill on the ranch. Whitetails, Turkey and Axis to hunt.This property is ideal to subdivide.
We now have the property to be offered in two tracts of approx. 195 ac and 165 ac. I will attach an aerial map showing the split. The owner is also planning to drill a second well on the 165 ac. tract that has a seasonal spring on it now.

50 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: July 6th, 2016 by Scott Phillips

50 AC. of land fully fenced and a 5/3 Custom built home, Gentry Creek flowing through the middle of the property.
Lots of
Axis and Whitetail deer to hunt, large Oak trees along the creek.
Big views all around.