46 acres in Bandera County, Texas

Posted on: October 13th, 2019 by Morris Killough

Located just minutes from the Bandera County line, here is your opportunity to own a unique, live water tract that includes Seco Creek in the Hill Country. This private, unspoiled, 46 acre ag exempt property is located just east of Utopia, TX and 90 minutes from San Antonio, TX. Our priced-to-sell acreage offers large neighbors, county road frontage, and gentle, sloping valley land teeming with native grasses atop deep, fertile soil. Hunters will appreciate the Whitetail, hogs, turkey and occasional exotics that include this land in their range.

Hidden among a forest of huge Live Oak, Cedar, Elm, Spanish and Lacy Oak trees is a 3/2/2 ranch style home with a deep well and an aerobic septic system, along with a wood-burning stove that supplements central A/C and heating. The attached garage includes an automatic door opener. This 10 year old home features stained concrete floors, high ceilings, spacious rooms and large windows to take advantage of the natural light.

Step outside onto the amazing wrap-around porch in order to relax under a series of ceiling fans or dine out-of-doors while basking in the view of the surrounding property.

Climb up the hill to the highest point on the property to enjoy spectacular views. Down below,
explore approximately 900 feet of live water along Seco Creek and look for arrowheads near two Indian mounds nestled among Oak and Mountain Laurel trees. There is a small portable building that can serve as a base for camping, hunting and hiking weekends. Next to the main house, is an additional 1,000 sq. ft. shop/storage building, prepped for electricity, to house all those extra toys you need to make your Hill Country dreams come true. Reduced price, $699,000.00 wont last, call Morris 210-415-9850

Flat Rock Ranch

Posted on: September 30th, 2019 by Morris Killough

700 acres – Nueces River
Camp Wood – Edwards County
400 acres to 700 acres available

Located just minutes from Camp Wood, this incredible live water tract offers 3500 feet of fabulous Nueces River frontage, 140 +- acres of rich cultivated pastures, gently sloping valley land to steep hills along the western boundary, medium to heavy cover, partial game fencing, huge healthy oaks, deep soils and a good road system. This exceptional ranch also offers fabulous hunting with whitetail, hogs, Turkey and free ranging exotics. The remnants of centuries old Indian camps line the high bank along the river, offering incredible artifacts. wont last, $4,495,000. call Morris Killough 210-415-9850 or Gene Gonzalez 830-876-8241

Flat Rock River Ranch

Posted on: September 30th, 2019 by Morris Killough

700 acres – Nueces River
Camp Wood – Edwards County
400 acres to 700 acres available

Located just minutes from Camp Wood, this incredible live water tract offers 3500 feet of fabulous Nueces River frontage, 140 +- acres of rich cultivated pastures, gently sloping valley land to steep hills along the western boundary, medium to heavy cover, partial game fencing, huge healthy oaks, deep soils and a good road system. This exceptional ranch also offers fabulous hunting with whitetail, hogs, Turkey and free ranging exotics. The remnants of centuries old Indian camps line the high bank along the river, offering incredible artifacts. wont last, $4,495,000. call Morris Killough 210-415-9850 or Gene Gonzalez 830-876-8241

Nueces River Ranch

Posted on: September 30th, 2019 by Morris Killough

700 acres – Nueces River
Camp Wood – Edwards County
400 acres to 700 acres available

Located just minutes from Camp Wood, this incredible live water tract offers 3500 feet of fabulous Nueces River frontage, 140 +- acres of rich cultivated pastures, gently sloping valley land to steep hills along the western boundary, medium to heavy cover, partial game fencing, huge healthy oaks, deep soils and a good road system. This exceptional ranch also offers fabulous hunting with whitetail, hogs, Turkey and free ranging exotics. The remnants of centuries old Indian camps line the high bank along the river, offering incredible artifacts. wont last, $4,495,000. call Morris Killough 210-415-9850 or Gene Gonzalez 830-876-8241

Clarke

Posted on: September 29th, 2019 by Morris Killough

1000 acres – Nueces River
Camp Wood – Edwards County

Located just minutes from Camp Wood, this incredible live water tract offers 5500 feet of fabulous Nueces River frontage, 200+- acres of rich cultivated pastures, gently sloping valley land to steep hills along the western boundary, medium to heavy cover, partial game fencing, huge healthy oaks, deep soils and a good road system. This exceptional ranch also offers fabulous hunting with whitetail, hogs, Turkey and free ranging exotics. The remnants of centuries old Indian camps line the high bank along the river, offering incredible artifacts. wont last, $6,000,000. call Morris Killough 210-415-9850 or Gene Gonzalez 830-876-8241

Nueces River Ranch

Posted on: September 29th, 2019 by Morris Killough

1000 acres – Nueces River
Camp Wood – Edwards County

Located just minutes from Camp Wood, this incredible live water tract offers 5500 feet of fabulous Nueces River frontage, large pond, 200+- acres of rich cultivated pastures, gently sloping valley land to steep hills along the western boundary, medium to heavy cover, partial game fencing, huge healthy oaks, deep soils and a good road system. This exceptional ranch also offers fabulous hunting with whitetail, hogs, Turkey and free ranging exotics. The remnants of centuries old Indian camps line the high bank along the river, offering incredible artifacts. wont last, $6,000,000. call Morris Killough 210-415-9850 or Gene Gonzalez 830-876-8241

Flat Rock Ranch

Posted on: September 29th, 2019 by Morris Killough

1000 acres – Nueces River
Camp Wood – Edwards County

Located just minutes from Camp Wood, this incredible live water tract offers 5500 feet of fabulous Nueces River frontage, large pond, 200+- acres of rich cultivated pastures, gently sloping valley land to steep hills along the western boundary, medium to heavy cover, partial game fencing, huge healthy oaks, deep soils and a good road system. This exceptional ranch also offers fabulous hunting with whitetail, hogs, Turkey and free ranging exotics. The remnants of centuries old Indian camps line the high bank along the river, offering incredible artifacts. wont last, $6,000,000. call Morris Killough 210-415-9850 or Gene Gonzalez 830-876-8241

Tampke

Posted on: September 3rd, 2019 by Morris Killough

Located south of Utopia, this one of a kind listing offers end of road privacy, breathtaking live water, amazing views of the surrounding valley , deep fertile soils, huge healthy oaks, 2 ponds, Indian mounds, electric, phone and internet. The property offers medium to heavy cover that provides excellent habitat for the large numbers of Axis, Whitetail, Turkey, and Hogs. Two ponds and wet weather Onion Creek provide year round water for the game and excellent dove hunting during the fall. This rare offering is one the most select and beautiful live water tracts available this area of the Hill Country, certainly in the Sabinal Canyon. The highlight of the property is the most incredible oak studded home site in all the hill country situated on a high bluff and overlooking the beautiful Cypress lined Sabinal River frontage. Words cannot describe what an incredible and unique setting this is , come see for yourself. A limestone bluff lined park like area has been cleared along the river banks and allows easy access to the 300 ft of incredible river frontage for endless amounts of recreation with swimming, tubing, kayaking, canoeing and great fishing. $1,350,000. wont last call Morris 210-415-9850

758 acres in Uvalde County, Texas

Posted on: September 3rd, 2019 by Morris Killough

New Listing- Uvalde County
758 Acres- West Nueces Ranch
One of the most unique Ranches in Uvalde County, the STQ Ranch is situated along the bank of the West Prong of the Nueces River and offers a rare opportunity to own a fabulous hunting and recreational Ranch at a great price. The Ranch is a nice mix of Hill Country and South Texas and offers 1.5+ miles of the west prong of the Nueces River, Ancient Indian campgrounds, live Spring, all low fencing, 1 home, water well, great Tree cover, exceptional brush diversity, Hills, Mesquite flats and plenty of open country for cultivation.
The geographical location of the ranch makes the topography of the ranch truly unusual; the south half the ranch features rolling Hills with exceptional brush diversity while the north half of the ranch is River Valley with deep soils, Spring, huge Oaks, Mesquite, Pecan and Elms and a great mix of thick brush and open country. The entire ranch provides pure South Texas Deer habitat with thick Guajillo, Guayacon, Blackbrush, Granjeno, Mesquite and other varieties of cover. The ranch offers excellent hunting with Whitetail, Hogs, Turkey, Quail and Dove. Coyote, Bobcat and occasional Exotics also provide additional recreation.
The east point of the Hills overlooks an area where the Nueces and West Nueces merge. Some of the most unique limestone outcroppings, bluffs and caves in the Hill country have formed into what looks like a natural rock fortress for hundreds of yards along the base of the Hills. Huge Oaks and Cedar Elms line the fertile base of the bluffs creating a natural park like setting, sheltered from the sun by the towering bluffs and incredible trees. One can only imagine the shelter and security this area provided the long past American Indians that roamed this area. What appears to be remnants of Indian campgrounds and untouched mounds are scattered throughout the ranch all along the high bluff of the river.
The main home was built in the 1990’s on a high point overlooking most of the ranch, the Nueces River below and offers incredible views of the Nueces Valley and Hill Country to the north. The 2000+- sq ft Ranch house offers 3BR-2Bath, large open living dining area, utility Room, 2 car covered carport, storage room, large covered porches on both front and back of home. Most of the home was built from native rock collected on the Ranch and features rock and Saltillo tile floors throughout. One of the highlights of the home is an awesome The highlight of the home is an owner constructed Fireplace using Native Limestone, Fossilized rock, petrified rock and huge fossils. You have to see to appreciate.
This truly unique ranch is accessed by deeded easement road from HWY 90 West, call Morris Killough 210-415-9850

Cozy cottage Scenic View

Posted on: August 10th, 2019 by Morris Killough

Cozy Cottage on a Scenic Hillside. 2/1 with central air/heat, plus large field stone fireplace for cozy winter nights. Large front porch catches a nice breeze shaded by many Oak trees and Native landscaping. There is an equipment shed, storage shed, workshop, and additional electric hook up for RV/travel trailer. Property is heavily wooded with many Oak and Cedar trees. Unrestricted with Sabinal River access. No HOA. Property is on a paved county road, with an all weather road to the house. only 4 miles to Utopia. $210,000 cash/conventional