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5.87 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: January 4th, 2019 by Scott Phillips

Beautiful peaceful property on the North Llano River with plenty of water year round.A wonderful custom built home in 2007, 3/2 with a wrap around porch for all seasons.40 pecan trees, part of a very large orchard. Deer and other wildlife abound on this property.

77 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: November 29th, 2018 by Scott Phillips

This is an ideal area to build the retirement home or a weekend cabin to enjoy a beautiful piece of property. Great hunting and beautiful views, heavily wooded with Spanish Oak , Live Oak , Shin Oak and Cedar. County road frontage for easy access and Electricity across the entire tract , convenient for finding a well and getting started at a minimum cost.this is Raw land but is fully fenced with Electricity in place.

655.69 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: November 28th, 2018 by Scott Phillips

This very remote piece of property is the Hunters paradise with game of all kinds, Whitetails, Turkeys, Axis , Black buck and Hogs. This property could be high fenced to make the truly great big game ranch, but at the present time is all low fence. Big views from the 2300' elevation mountain tops, and great cover , cedar as well as Lots of Oaks,for the game as well as good pasture for cattle.
The property has no easements besides Electric,no one passes through.The well is 226' deep and fills a 40,000 gallon cement tank which feeds two water troughs for the game.The electric service is on all 4 side of the property. Hasn't had any cattle on it for almost 5 years.
The property is currently under wildlife management and enrolled in Managed Lands Deer Program (MLDP). The past 5 hunting season have only been hunted by family and friends, not much pressure. The Game has been fed year round for the past 5 years. The Stark Creek Ranch gets it's name from the starting of Stark Creek is on the property.

26 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: November 27th, 2018 by Scott Phillips

26 beautiful acres on the sought after Johnson fork Creek, Hugh Pecan and Oak trees all over this property. two houses with some water damage. Paved drive way to both homes and plenty of storage space with many out building and some very rustic working pens. Highway frontage Only 8 mile from town make it a very convenient home site.

665 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: November 21st, 2018 by Scott Phillips

First time on the market, old family ranch for cattle and goats. 4/1 rock house with small guest quarters, barns and pens.
The views from this ranch are second to none, some large Oaks and an old field if you want a food plot. Good hunting as well as good ranch country, a must see.
Owner will consider dividing.

43 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: August 8th, 2018 by Scott Phillips

This property is located just 6 miles from Junction on some of the best water on the North Llano River.
Excellent Fishing and Hunting with a very strong water well in place and perfect spot for a cabin or home. Electricity and pump in the well all there.
Priced to sell.

42.95 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: May 10th, 2018 by Scott Phillips

Approximately 43 acres in the Hill Country with private gate entrance and electricity on the property. Great for Hunting/Recreation , enjoy the views with the piece and quiet of nature.
Make it your own perfect getaway!

222.9 acres in Kimble County, Texas

Posted on: January 17th, 2018 by Scott Phillips

Gently rolling land , sandy soil, and old well not working at this time, a nice sized field but has grown up with mesquite, fully fenced and with 1/4 of a mile of highway frontage.
Great hunting property.

Murrah

Posted on: August 24th, 2017 by Scott Phillips

Beautiful Main Llano River ( approx. 700'), Property located on the South side and the high bank, suitable for building your dream home. Property has some beautiful views and is mostly Mesquite but some scattered Oaks, one large Sycamore on the bank of the river. Electricity crosses the property but no well in place. A must see hole of water and beautiful and unique Red Rocks.

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.