1103 Sagemont Brady, Tx. 76825

 

1103 Sagemont Brady, Tx. 76825

Posted on: May 19th, 2022 by Mike Barbour

We have a brick home in a neighborhood on the edge of town, in close proximity to hospital, groceries and a quick trip to the lake.  It is a 3/2, 1068 sq. ft. with Central Heat and Air, composition roof and single car garage.

This home has just been upgraded, including elimination of all carpeting.  The floors are now vinyl laminate.  There are  new lighting fixtures throughout the home and new ceiling fans in the living room and master bedroom.  The brand new steel front door opens to the living area, with a dividing bar, complete with storage between the living room and the dining area.  The kitchen has been totally redone; countertops, cabinets and lighting.  A separate laundry area, accessible through the kitchen, also has a new back door leading to the fenced backyard.  The privacy fencing has been replaced in a large portion of the backyard.  Three bedrooms and the main bathroom are accessed from the hallway.  Both the hallway bathroom and the master bathroom have been completely redone.  New fixtures, commode, sink & full tub & shower in the hall, while the master bath has its own newly remodeled bath with walk in shower. This home is within the city limits, therefore it has city utilities, including water and trash pick-up.

225 Acres +/- in McCulloch County

Posted on: April 11th, 2022 by Mike Barbour

Summary.   We have a ranch offering that is ready for your enjoyment from the first day of ownership. It has a comfortable ranch house, nice barn and shop, pens for livestock, and brush cover for deer hunting. Add to that the hay field for income or feeding your livestock, it adds up to a good productive ranch.

Location.    This location is in north central McCulloch County, about 5 miles from Lohn and 20 miles from Brady.  Travel time from Midland would be about 2.5 hours,  from Austin about 3 hours.

Terrain.      The ranch is unique in the variety of terrain.  Around the home, it is oak savannah with stately live oaks and very little underbrush,  a great horseback riding area.  Behind the structures, there is an area of mesquite brush to the north, and oaks and brush to the south.  This is a good deer hunting area.  Behind that is a clean productive hay field.

Improvements.     The home is a good ranch house. Built in 2000, it is a 3/2 with an open design, 1,554 square feet. The roof is metal, and it has a wood burning stove and stained concrete flooring. The barn and attached shop is 80 feet by 30 feet and in good condition.  There are some working pens as well.

Water.         House water is provided from a deep Hickory Sand shared well on the adjoining property.  A community water line runs by the entrance at the road. A stock pond and water troughs water the wildlife and livestock.

Wildlife.      The owner has been seeing some quail here !  Occasionally, Axis deer are seen also ! Turkey, deer, and hogs are other available game species.

Minerals.    A percentage of minerals may be included with the purchase of the surface.

Price.           $950,000

Comments.           It’s an attractive, functional ranch with a variety of uses and recreational opportunities.  Come take a look !

 

 

 

 

154 +/- Acres in San Saba County

Posted on: April 1st, 2022 by Mike Barbour

Summary.   Beautiful atypical Hill Country ranch with elevations and sandy soil. Covered in hardwood trees; post oaks, blackjack oaks, live oaks and elms. Excellent homesites with unspoiled views.  Almost no cactus and very little cedar !  Oversized stock pond.  All the ingredients for peaceful country living.

Location.    5 miles northeast of Richland Springs.  Roughly 2 hours from Austin, 3.5 from Midland – Odessa.

Terrain.      The countryside is rolling, with a ridge from one end to the other, and a valley through the middle where the ponds are located.  It has nice views of similar sized properties.  Power and water are nearby.

Water.         This place has an oversized stock pond that is 18 feet deep when full, and it is stocked with bass, catfish, and perch.  There is another smaller stock tank as well.

Price.           $7,150 per acre.

Comments.           May also be purchased as 164.67 acres with a new barndominium/ shop.

 

164.67 Acres in San Saba County

Posted on: March 8th, 2022 by Mike Barbour

Summary.   As pretty as the Texas Hill Country is, this property is a standout.  It has almost no cedar and almost no cactus !  Instead, it is very well wooded with hardwood trees.  Post oaks, blackjack oaks, live oaks, even a few native pecan trees.  There are 3 stock ponds, including one that’s oversized. Multiple gorgeous homesites with views.  And a brand new barndominium weekend cabin.  What a package !!

Location.    This beautiful place is in the middle of one of the prettiest and best-watered counties in Texas, San Saba County.  The property is about 2 hours northwest of Austin and 3 hours southwest of Ft. Worth.

Terrain.      This is rolling country, some elevations with unspoiled views of surrounding ranches.  There are no wind turbines or pump jacks in view.  Just peaceful relaxing scenery. The location on a lightly traveled county road helps keep it quiet here.

Improvements.     A barndominium that is 95 % completed makes a great weekend cabin.  It has about 2,184 square feet total, 1,296 in the shop/garage and 888 in the living quarters.

Water.         Good quality drinking water is supplied by Richland Springs Water Supply Corp.  Water for fish, wildlife and livestock is in the stock ponds.

Wildlife.      Plentiful game for viewing and hunting, including deer, turkeys, dove and occasionally waterfowl.

Price.           $1,350,000

 

Comments.           We hope you’ll come out and see it, this one is a real beauty.  This offering may be part of a tax-deferred exchange for the seller.  This property may be purchased as 154 +/- Acres without the barndominium.

 

75.58 Acres in McCulloch County

Posted on: February 23rd, 2022 by Mike Barbour

Summary.  A beautiful Hill Country property with numerous tall hardwood trees, and very little cactus or cedar, is being offered here.  It lies on a really quiet county road, far from the crowds and noise of any city.

History.      This place has been in the same family since 1921 !  It’s such a pleasant place, with a lot more wildlife than people nearby.  The historic home was built in 1919, and is still in reasonably good condition.  The home has some unique architectural features that will catch your attention. It will make a nice weekend retreat or hunting cabin for your crew.

Location.    About 20 miles northeast of Brady, 22 miles from Brownwood, and around 2.5 hours from Austin and 3 hours from Midland – Odessa.

Terrain.      The trees are primarily post oaks and live oaks, with a few mesquite, and very little prickly pear. The land is gently sloping.

Improvements.     The house is a sandstone rock home, 3 bedrooms or 2 bedrooms with an office.  One bedroom is upstairs.  It has a fireplace with a wood stove insert.  The roof is metal, which was put on in 2010.  A new window unit was installed in 2021, along with a new water heater.  And, High-speed fiber optic internet was connected this year !

Water.         Good quality house water is provided by Richland Springs Water Corp.  There are 2 stock tanks on the acreage, and an old water well.  The well water has high iron content and is not currently in use.

Wildlife.      Plentiful game are on the property, for your enjoyment in hunting or photography.

Minerals.    50% of all owned mineral rights will be include with an accepted contract.  100% of all owned minerals will be available at a premium.

Comments.           This is what country living is supposed to be; no road noise, no city lights, no wind turbines or towers in sight.  Come out and see for yourself.

 

 

405 Acres +/- McCulloch County

Posted on: January 7th, 2022 by Mike Barbour

Summary.  This choice property is on one of the best stretches of water on the entire upper Colorado River.  Just about 8 miles below Lake Ivie, the water is relatively clean and clear, and the water flow is nearly constant. There are 2 big water holes with a small set of rapids in between. 

History.      There is a spot on the river where it is very easy to cross over to the other side of the river. Some of the locals call it Military Crossing.

Location.    The south side of the ranch has paved frontage on FM 503 The entire northern boundary is the river.  Estimated river frontage is almost a mile, over 4,800 feet.

Terrain.      The land surface varies from level to elevated with views.  There are ravines and a ridgeline south of the river. Total elevation change is 90 feet. It has generally fairly heavy woody plant cover, predominantly mesquite, whitebrush, some live oaks, and some elms and a few pecans along the river.

Improvements.     A fairly new barndominium serves well as a hunting cabin.  It has 1.5 baths, a kitchen, bunkroom and 1,000 square feet.  The attached shop is 1,500 square feet, plus it has an attached 50 x 20 RV shed/covered patio.  You can spend pleasant evenings, or mornings, on the 70 foot long covered porch with attractive ranch scenery.

Water.         House water is provided by Millersview-Doole Water Supply Co. Game and livestock are able to water from the river, and from the stock pond.

Wildlife.      Whitetail deer, waterfowl, turkeys, dove, and native furbearing species.

2003 S. Pine Street

Posted on: December 10th, 2021 by Mike Barbour

We have, new to the market, a sweet little brick home that has been remodeled.  It is everything a young family or single person could ask for.  Neat, clean and ready to move in.

It has three bedrooms, one bath, and an absolutely gorgeous new kitchen.  The counters in the kitchen and bath are granite.  In both the kitchen and bathroom, the cabinets have been all been replaced with Pine.  While bedrooms have carpeting, the kitchen and living room have new flooring.

The backyard is large with fencing, partial privacy, partial chain link.  There is also a small patio area in the back where mom can keep watch over the little ones. This home is soooo worth the effort to come and take a look.

1907 S. Walnut Street

Posted on: September 15th, 2021 by Mike Barbour

In a well established neighborhood with beautiful full trees, we have a home, new to the market.  It has been recently remodeled both inside and out.

This home has three bedrooms with two bathrooms, CH/CA and composition roof.  We estimate the square footage to be around 1650.  All carpeting has been replaced and hardwood floors brought back to life.  Kitchen, den/dining  and bathrooms have tile.   It has a very open design concept which just make the home seem that much larger.  Aside from the 3/2, it also has a large den area with sliding doors to the backyard.  A large laundry room has plenty of room for extra’s whether it be a second refrigerator or freezer as well as hanging space for your drip-dry clothing.

The kitchen and bath have granite countertops with open shelving above a large island which separates the kitchen from the living room.  Plumbing fixtures, ceiling fans, electrical lines, house siding are some of the updates to this home.  It has been repainted inside and out.  A carport gives great shade to your vehicle Not much to do accept move in your own furniture!

List price $149,000.  Make an appointment today by calling 325 792-2262.

Brick Home – 2032 Calf Creek Road

Posted on: July 8th, 2021 by Mike Barbour

On the Southwest side of town, we have a lovely brick home which has been well maintained.  The home has 1,044 sq. ft., which may seem small, but all space has been used creatively.  It sits on a slab base and has a composition roof.  There are three bedrooms with two baths.  The former carpeting has been replaced with vinyl plank flooring throughout the home. The paint scheme in all rooms is neutral.  No retouching needed, as the saying goes, “move in ready”.

The kitchen has plenty of cabinetry and a large counter area dividing the kitchen from the dining area.  An electric stove, dishwasher and refrigerator will convey.  There is a sliding glass door that overlooks a small patio in the backyard which is fully enclosed by a chain link fence.  In the living room, there is a white brick wood burning fireplace, ceiling fan and windows at the front of the home.  It even has a small “coat closet” at the front entry.  There is a single vehicle automatic garage door.  The garage also holds the utility room with washer and dryer hookups.  The fully compliant electric water heater was installed in 2017, and the CH/CA unit was replaced in 2015.

This is an extremely nice home that would be ideal for so many different scenarios, single person, small family, retirement couple.  Just bring your own ideas for decorating because everything else is taken care of!

Luckenbach “A” Ranch, 1,031 Acres +/- in Menard County 

Posted on: June 17th, 2021 by Mike Barbour

Summary.  This historic ranch is on the market for the first time in over 100 years, since 1909 !  It is a beautiful property, with clearwater springs and elevations overlooking a canyon full of trees. It has seclusion, history, paved access, water and power on the ranch, wildlife, great views – all the ingredients for you to customize a great ranch retreat !

History.      The Luckenbach Ranch has been in the same family since 1909. It was named after Fritz Luckenbach Sr. and wife Anna, who moved from Fredericksburg and settled in old “Menardville” in 1888, when it was still part of the Old West.

Fritz was a blacksmith.  He started a barbwire fence company when the ranchland in the area was open range.  He then started a windmill company, and eventually opened Luckenbach Ford Motor Company in Menard.

The ranch is now being offered, for the first time, by Fritz Luckenbach’s great grandson and namesake. 

Location.    In one of the prettier areas of the Texas Hill Country, it is within 2 miles of Menard and 35 miles west of Mason.  That puts it about 2.5 hours from Austin and 1 hour from San Angelo.

Terrain.      The terrain is very scenic, with 140 feet of elevation change. The ranch is mostly wooded, primarily live oak and some shin oak, along with mesquite and juniper trees, and a few mature pecan trees. There are limestone bluffs, and elevations with beautiful homesites that have appealing distance views.

Improvements.     The ranch will soon be fenced entirely, the east side fence will be new and the fence on the other sides is in fair to good condition.  Electric power is in place in 2 locations.

Water.  Multiple springs flow thousands of gallons of crystal clear water daily.  The springs are active year round, except in very dry periods. The Jackson Hole is fed by the springs and it attracts game animals, birds and varmints. The water hole became widely known after a soldier who was stationed at old Ft. McKavett in the 1800’s deserted and was caught there. In addition, there is an old water well and windmill that needs to be reworked.

Wildlife.      The Luckenbach is very good game habitat. Whitetail deer are abundant, and the largest deer harvested for the year in the County has come off the ranch several times in recent years. Turkeys, dove, some waterfowl, and occasionally hogs can be hunted. Foxes and other natural predators inhabit this place as well.

Minerals.    100% of the Executive Rights and 33% of the royalties are available with an acceptable offer.

Price.           $3100 per acre.

Comments.           We invite you to make an appointment and get a personal tour of this historic ranch. Your unique additions and improvements will continue the ranching legacy and make it a blessed place for your family and friends.