Commercial Shop in Mason Texas

 

Commercial Shop in Mason Texas

Posted on: June 5th, 2018 by Mike Barbour

Currently available in Mason, Texas is an exceptional commercial property with multiple uses.  It is within view of Highway 87, one of the main thoroughfares through the Texas Hill Country.  This highway connects San Antonio to San Angelo, and goes right through Fredericksburg, a thriving community, and through Brady, with oil and gas related industry.

There are several buildings on the 2 full acre property.  The main structure is a 60 x 40 metal building, with 20 foot outer walls.  It has 14 foot wide sliding doors with 18 foot openings.  The structure is heavy I-beams.  There are 3 lifts on rollers, the lifts are rated at 3 tons and rollers at 2 tons.

This facility is plumbed for air, and it has 3 phase power available.  There is a half bath as well, plus an office and a storage area at the back.  Next to the main shop is an office building.  It is 480 square feet, with 2 offices.  It also has a full bathroom, with a tub and a shower.

Another structure is a metal building, 50 x 42 on concrete.  It has storage units, and is income producing for the owner.  An additional metal shed is on site for machinery or equipment or RV storage.

The acreage is almost all usable, lots of parking and turning around room for tractor trailer rigs.  There is a nice live oak shade tree, and views of green pretty countryside as well.   The whole property is neat, clean, and tidy.  It is zoned M-1 for light manufacturing.  Please call us and come out and seer it.

100 acres in the McCulloch County Cow Gap Area

Posted on: June 1st, 2018 by Mike Barbour

Location:     About an hour north of Fredericksburg, in the scenic Texas Hill Country, a very attractive property is available.  It is just 8 miles north of Brady in the “Brady Mountains” area.  Paved access, good neighbors, pretty scenery.

Terrain:        Beautiful vistas with nice live oak trees on the hills.  There are several gorgeous home sites with unspoiled views of sizeable surrounding ranches, and of Cow Gap.  This historical area was on the route of one of the cattle trails of the 1870’s.

Water:           There are 2 stock tanks or ponds which enhance the natural ranch land.  One of them holds water even during extended dry periods.  Community drinking water is available near the adjoining property.

Wildlife:        Whitetail deer, dove and a number of other species native to the area.

Minerals:       A substantial portion of the minerals will be included with an acceptable contract.

Price:               $2,850 per acre.

Comments:    This is the kind of place that many people would like to own, a great getaway place.  Very peaceful and relaxing.  To be divided out of a larger tract.

 

1604 S Blackburn St.

Posted on: May 30th, 2018 by Phyllis Barbour

This is a 2 BR/1BA  home that was built in the 1940’s.  It has the charm of a home of that age.  Hardwood floors, French doors, front porch fit for a rocking chair.  The year is now 2018 and this stylish home could use a little updating.  It has window units, and floor heaters.  It has a wood burning fireplace flanked by built in bookcases, but the fireplace has not been used in a looong time.

There’s over 1000 sq. ft. not counting the small back porch & utility room.  It also has a detached single car garage.  The backyard is huge, plenty of room for kids, toys, dogs or all three.   Even then, there’s plenty of room for a swimming pool.  The backyard is totally fenced with good chain link fencing.

 

10.21 acres at 375 CR 160

Posted on: May 11th, 2018 by Kirk Roddie

This small acreage offers country living at an affordable price. A recently manufactured 2176 sq.ft., 3 or 4 bedroom, 2 full bath home is located just north of Brady lake. Boat ramp access is very convenient. The property is interspersed with oaks and mesquites, features a loafing shed, chicken coop, and a large overhead cover equipped with a rain collection system. The home features a open concept kitchen and living area, plus a fireplace. Central heat/air, plus ceiling fans throughout.

Busy Cafe with Highway 87 Frontage in Brady, Texas

Posted on: April 20th, 2018 by Mike Barbour

A well-established and successful café is now available in the Heart of Texas.  With highway frontage located right between Wal-Mart and McDonalds, this is a choice property !

It is right across the road from a GM dealership, with 150 feet of frontage on U.S. Hwy 87 in Brady.

Brady is a prosperous community in the Texas Hill Country, near the geographical center of the State.  Five highways intersect in Brady;  87, 377, 190, 71, and 283.  The highway is busy with  car traffic, and with truck traffic from local industries. It is also a  great place to live !

The property includes a brick building in good condition, with 2 dining areas, 3 bathrooms, and the full kitchen.  The building is approximately 1,850 square feet. The lot is half an acre, and has a paved parking lot.  In addition, all appliances, equipment, and supplies will be included with the sale of the  building.  The new owner will literally be able to  start doing business on the first day.

A complete inventory of assets to be included is available on request. Please take a look at this one, priced to sell at $300,000.

405 East 17th Street in Brady, Texas

Posted on: April 20th, 2018 by Kirk Roddie

This solid, affordable house can be a great starter home for a first time buyer!

It is located in quite neighborhood with three bedrooms and one full bath which total 1040 square feet. The house has gas central heat, but cooling is provided by window units plus ceiling fans.

There are two enclosed storage buildings, a large RV cover that can accommodate additional vehicles or equipment, and a wonderfully shaded, fenced back yard.

This clean home is move-in ready!

40 Acres in Brown County near Bangs, Texas

Posted on: March 2nd, 2018 by Mike Barbour

Location. A very secluded ranch property, it is located about 10 minutes North of Bangs in Brown County. Access is by easement road from a County Road.

Income:  This property is currently producing an income steam of $7,000 to $10,000 a year.

Terrain. The terrain encompasses a large hill with the making for a beautiful home site. The native rock formations host very vibrant colors. Along the rocky hill are fossils and artifacts.

Improvements. The perimeter is fenced mostly in barb wire up to 5 strands and is in very good condition.

Water. Two stock tanks hold water nicely, and one appear to be spring fed. There is a seasonal creek that runs along the NE perimeter of the property.

Wildlife. The property hosts quail, whitetail deer, waterfowl, and Turkey.

Minerals. Not many places in mineral producing areas offer minerals included, but this one does. A significant portion of mineral rights will be included at an acceptable price.

Price.  $5,500. per acre

Comments. The next owner can enjoy hunting, fishing, livestock, and potential oil or gas income.

At Cross Bar Land Co. Inc., we strive to bring you full, accurate, informative and relevant information in an understandable manner. We do not assume liability for typographical errors or misinformation that may have been given us, nor can we guarantee its reliability. We will assist all buyers in verifying the above information to the best of our ability. All property is subject to change, withdrawal or prior sale.

Cross Bar Land Co. gladly participates with other brokers. Buyer’s agent must accompany buyer at first and every showing to receive full buyer’s agent commission.

 

149 Acres in McCulloch County

Posted on: March 2nd, 2018 by Mike Barbour

Location.     8 miles north of Brady in the “Brady Mountains” area. Paved access, good neighbors, pretty scenery.

Terrain.    The acreage is hilly. Texas Hill Country views with nice live oak trees on the hills.  There are several gorgeous home sites with unspoiled views of sizeable surrounding ranches, and of Cow Gap.

Water.    3 stock tanks or ponds enhance the natural ranchland, including one that is oversized when full.  This one is at the base of a hill, which makes great scenery from the hill. Community drinking water is available near the adjoining property.

Wildlife.      Whitetail deer, dove and a number of other species native to the area.

Minerals.    A substantial portion of the minerals will be included with an acceptable contract.

Price.    $3100 per acre

Comments.      We think this is a really pretty and desirable property to own, come out and see for yourself.

At Cross Bar Land Co. Inc., we strive to bring you full, accurate, informative and relevant information in an understandable manner. We do not assume liability for typographical errors or misinformation that may have been given us, nor can we guarantee its reliability. We will assist all buyers in verifying the above information to the best of our ability. All property is subject to change, withdrawal or prior sale.

Cross Bar Land Co. gladly participates with other brokers. Buyer’s agent must accompany buyer at first and every showing to receive full buyer’s agent commission.

904 West 4th Street in Brady, Texas

Posted on: March 2nd, 2018 by Kirk Roddie

Nice, shaded 1149 sq.ft.* two/three bedroom, one bath home with central heat and air.

This practically new, remodeled place features new wood laminate floors, new kitchen, new bath, and all new widows throughout.

Washer/dryer hook-ups in utility room. Ceiling fans in every room. Added insulation and new outside wood.

New, NEW! NEW!

At Cross Bar Land Co. Inc., we strive to bring you full, accurate, informative and relevant information in an understandable manner. We do not assume liability for typographical errors or misinformation that may have been given us, nor can we guarantee its reliability. We will assist all buyers in verifying the above information to the best of our ability. All property is subject to change, withdrawal or prior sale.

Cross Bar Land Co. gladly participates with other brokers. Buyer’s agent must accompany buyer at first and every showing to receive full buyer’s agent commission.

163 Acres in Coleman County

Posted on: February 22nd, 2018 by Mike Barbour

Location.     A very productive farming and ranching property, it is located about 15 minutes south of Coleman in Coleman County. At the intersection of 2 county roads, it has road frontage on 2 sides.

Terrain.      The terrain is generally level, with 103 acres in improved field land and 60 acres of native pasture land. Typically planted in oats or corn, the fields produce lush green crops that are an attractant for deer and other wildlife.

Improvements.    The perimeter is fenced mostly in barb wire up to 6 strands and is in very good condition.  Interior fencing is also in good condition.  There is also a set of iron pipe cattle pens with most gates hung in a 3 hinge very sturdy fashion.  Adjacent to the cattle pens is a lot for holding hay bales.

Water.         Four stock tanks hold water nicely, and two appears to be spring fed.  There is a creek that connects three of the tanks and exits along the northern perimeter of the property.

Wildlife.      The property hosts quail, whitetail deer, waterfowl, and very good dove hunting some years.

Minerals.    Not many places in mineral producing areas offer minerals included, but this one does.  A significant portion of mineral rights will be included at an acceptable price.

Price.          $1700 an acre.

Comments.          The next owner can enjoy hunting, fishing, livestock, and potential oil or gas income.  Why not check this one out ?