.843 Acre on Llano River
With River House: Located south 10 miles of Mason. 2/1
weekend/vacation home with covered porch overlooking the beautiful
Llano River. Open living concept with vaulted ceiling and stone
fireplace. CA/CH. Easy access to river. Approx. 100
feet of river frontage. Wonderful place to relax, kayak, fish,
swim and share with family and friends. Small 18x24 metal shed
for storage and equipment. Weekend rental possibilities here for
17.7 Acres 4 Miles SE of
Mason on RR 2389: 7gpm water well according to well log,
electricity for RV hook-up. Pretty live oaks with brush
cover. Currently unfenced on one side. Minor deed
restrictions. Deer and turkey. Easy distance to Mason.
Great residential site. $180,000.
Acres and 3/2 Residence - 3109 Brockman Lane - Mason: Small
acreage with residential privacy convenient to Mason. Wooded,
hilly, native pasture offers excellent wildlife habitat and peaceful
country atmosphere. Property is fenced and has a good water
well. Built by a local, reputable builder in the 1970s, the home
is all electric and features a split bedroom arrangement with vaulted
living, dining and kitchen ceiling. It is perched on a hill top that
offers nearly 360 degree view but is currently guarded by native
timber and brush for privacy. Stone fireplace with seating in the
living area. Updated energy efficient 2010 CA/CH system, energy
efficient Alaskan windows, and approx. 6 year old composition roof.
Attached carport and storage/shop. Tennis court used more for
entertainment than tennis now that the kids have left home.
Acreage is taxed at ag valuation on all but 2 acres with the home.
30 Acres near Castell -
Gently rolling sandy loam soils with scattered live oak and post oak
trees, mesquite and native brush. Equipped well, electricity,
fenced. Small portable cabin. Great Llano County deer hunting.
6/10 mile off RR 152. Ag Valuation taxes. $156,000.
32.7 Acres and Home - 396
Ivy Road - Kimble County: Located near Yates crossing on the
Llano River south of London, Texas. Dense live oak habitat for
free roaming Axis, whitetail, turkey/dove/quail. Hill top view
from 3/1.5 well kept home with covered porch. Gold fish pond,
storm cellar, equipment barn and goat/equipment shed. Ag
valuation, fenced. $269,000.
86.576 Acres - Eaton
Cemetery Road - NE Mason County: Picturesque area of
Mason County with background of Eckert Roughs. Mostly gentle,
rolling topography with hill top view perfect for cabin or residence.
Timbered in mesquite and scattered oak. Old field with some
coastal bermuda that could be re-established. Sandy to clay
soils with shallow granite outcrops. Good wildlife habitat.
Fenced. Ag valuation. Minerals. Source of water is
windmill not currently working but repair has been ordered.
County Road access. $3995/acre
109.437 Acres Eastern Mason
County: Approx. 11 miles east of Mason and then south 1/2 mile on
Mas-O-Llan Road: Rolling terrain with post oak and live oak
trees intermixed with some mesquite and other native brush.
Numerous earthen conservation dams some of which will hold water
seasonally. Larger pond potential. Easy to traverse.
Excellent fencing on 3 sides. Deer and turkey. Ag
valuation. Electric easement secured from adjoining property.
47gpm water well drilled 3/21/14. Really nice! $4400/acre
111.326 Acres NE Mason
County: SHOW PLACE - HORSE RANCH: Circle Star Land and
Cattle Company offers this exceptional and manicured property for sale
just south of Pontotoc, Texas on Hickory Grove County Road. Oak
trees and granite outcrops grace this productive horse ranch situated
in a Texas Hill Country valley between Mason and Llano.
Exceptional supporting facilities for horse breeding, training,
boarding, caretaking and entertainment. Lighted round pen, 17
stall 60x120 horse barn with a/c and vet station, , 15 stall show
barn, 150x300 roping arena with observation deck and announcer's stand
and tack room, 40x80 trailer/equipment barn, 40x50 bus barn/shop.
Two water wells with concrete storage, two windmills. Elegant
1.5 story, 3/2 brick residence built in 1988 with attached 2 car
garage - perfectly landscaped. 5 stall detached
garage/carport/storage. Approx. 75% coastal bermuda pasture with
park like setting of sculptured trees. Ag valuation on the land.
Deer country. Shown by appointment. $1,395,000.
138.265 Acres 469 D&D Road -
Mason County: Less than 7 miles south of Mason on HWY 87
(Fredericksburg HWY). Scattered oaks grace meadow areas, dense
brushy hill cover for wildlife habitat, deer plots and small cultivate
field. Sandy soils to sandstone hill. Views. Two
water wells, one for livestock only. Two bedroom bunkhouse/cabin
with living and kitchen and bathroom. Deer stands and feeders go
with sale. Partially game fenced. Ag valuation.
175 Acres at 6646 Grossville
School Road - Mason County: Outstanding timber cover over
rolling hills and valleys offering great wildlife habitat.
Private easement access off county road. Less than 7 miles from
Mason. Hill top views from 2007 3/2 residence with approx. 2291
sq.ft. living area plus screen porch. 30x30 garage/ workshop
with attached 3 vehicle carport. 60gpm water well. Ag
valuation. Minerals. Minor restrictions.
218.322 Acres Katemcy Creek
- Mason County:
Impressive granite formations, inviting Katemcy Creek, oak trees,
pastureland, quarry ponds, and impressive views make this a beautiful
piece of Texas Hill Country ranch property suited for multiple uses.
Current owners have fond memories of picnics along the creek, hunting
topaz and arrowheads, and climbing on the granite rocks. Suitable for
deer hunting, rock crawling and star gazing too. Situated on Old
Katemcy/Mason Road. Electricity.
Agriculture valuation. Minerals. Some tailings remain from
a granite quarry lease that expired in 2004.
218.7 Acres SE Mason County
- Lower Willow Creek County Road Access: South
Texas flavor but with rolling hills mostly covered in dense
native brush and a few scattered oaks. Nice southerly hill
country view. Sculptured small clearings. Two water wells
equipped with solar pumps flowing into earthen ponds for wildlife and
livestock. Electric service inside west property line but not
currently being used. Axis deer and whitetail deer, hogs and
turkey. Ag valuation. Minerals. There is a 30'
access right of way easement along west fence line to one neighbor to
the north. Would facilitate division of the is property into two
tracts. Minor deed restrictions. $$3500/acre
275 Acres - CIRCLE T RANCH -
MASON COUNTY: SW of Mason on RR 1871. Deer hunting
ranch with accommodations. Predominately rolling live oak and
cedar hill country broken with drainage draws. Great fences with
drill stem line posts for additional support. Completely fenced.
3 ponds, one of which holds well and is stocked with fish.
Sculptured meadows around deer feeding areas. Steel livestock
pens and squeeze chute. Two water wells equipped with pumps and
one large concrete open storage reservoir. Hunter's camp
consisting of portable buildings, electric and water. Equipment
shed. 2/2 main house with front and back porches.
1.5 story. Upstairs observation deck. Tastefully interior
decor. Matching 3/1.5 carriage house for guests.
Observation deck from each upstairs bedroom. Most furnishings
convey. CA/CH both houses. 30x75 carport and shop
building with 4 overhead doors will hold just about everything!
Ag valuation. Minerals. $4495/acre.
280 Acres Candy Mountain
Ranch - Llano County: This is the north part of a 582 acre
ranch located SW of Llano, NW of Fredericksburg and SE of Mason.
Fenced, windmill, 3 ponds and Hickory Creek. Access is by CR 106.
Great timber cover and habitat for wildlife and good ranch property.
Offers views of House Mountain, Putman Mountain, Bullhead Mountain and
Prairie Mountain. Ag valuation. Minerals. Adjoining 302
acres to the south also available. $4450/acre
347 Acres Hickory Sand Ranch
- North Mason County: Awesome hill country property with
hill top views, dense live oak and shin-oak timber cover. Paved
access. Good variation in topography. Easy to traverse
property. Hickory well equipped with submersible pump -
estimated 30gpm. Electricity.. Fenced and cross fenced.
Abundant deer and turkey and other wildlife habitat. Two ponds..
Ag valuation. Minerals negotiable. $1.545.654.
361.35 Acres Western Mason
County: Rolling hills, draws and hill country views.
Mostly shallow limestone soils, dense live oak and cedar, mesquite and
native brush. One water well with windmill and pump. Large
quarry pond. Old hunter's camp with electric hookups. Five
miles off RR 377 by county road and 30' non-exclusive easement.
Hunter's paradise for whitetail deer, turkey and hogs. Ag
valuation. Minerals. $3995/acre
390 Acres Leon Creek Ranch -
SW Mason County: Running water, hill country views and
exceptional improvements for entertainment. Mostly rolling live
oak and cedar hill country with some rugged texture as the land
topography breaks to the creek. Extensive stone improvements
with 3/2 main house (approx. 4823sq.ft.) which sports 3 fireplaces.
Cantera stone columns, 9' rough cedar ceilings, dual MBR suites, full
size bar, security system. Two story guest house and 1/1 guest
house, entertainment patio with fireplace and much, much more. 1
acre fish pond, 4 water wells and flowing Leon Creek. Approx. 5
miles from HWY 377 by county road and 40' easement road. Great
hunting ranch. $3,000,000.
582 Acres CANDY MOUNTAIN
RANCH - SW Llano County: Access by CR 106 and CR 105.
Hickory Creek frontage and stunning views of House Mountain, Putman
Mountain, Bullhead Mountain and Prairie Mountain. Two wells
equipped with solar pumps and one well equipped with windmill. One
well log indicates 25gpm. Three ponds. Electricity on
property. Good elevation changes. Mostly timbered in live
oak, post oak, mesquite and native brush. Scattered granite
outcrops. Great deer habitat.
746 Acres Teacup Ranch -
Kimble County: Located between Mason and Junction off HWY
377 on KC 372. This is one to see! Headwaters of Big
Draw begin here with two major draws heavily timbered in pecans,
Spanish Oak, elm and live oak. Almost cedar free.
Fantastic views from hill tops. Great variation in topography
and spectacular fall colors. Two water wells, one with electric
pump and one solar powered. Dependable but seasonal spring.
Steel corals. Fantastic wildlife habitat with abundant deer and
turkey populations. Three miles off HWY 377 on KC 372. Ag
valuation. Minerals negotiable. Fenced and cross fenced.
Area known as Teacup community. $2850/acre