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0.33 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: February 3rd, 2019 by John Dean

Call Walter at 512-540-1981 for more info! Own a piece of history! Historic building, built in 1936, and was previously the Wied Hardware Store. This building has a coveted Texas historical marker designation. It could be used for any type of business from retail to dining. Great location in the "Dutchtown" area of Cameron, and just across the road from several local-favorites. The building is approximately 3,600 square feet and boasts much of the original time-period materials. From solid wood floors, tin ceiling tiles, and rolling shelf ladders, this property is full of stories from almost a century of business. In the rear is an 840 square foot add-on area that could be used for storage. Road frontage on two sides, and ample public parking spots for customers.

From a Temple Daily Telegram article:
"This old hardware store brags about its old age, boasting a classic, Western street facade with its showy false front, pressed tin ceiling, elongated, rectangular frame structure, and solid wooden decking inside. Today, this architectural, commercial museum piece is implanted firmly in a side of town that once represented a microcosm of an eastern European-style market place patronized most of its life by throngs of Germans and Czechs living in Milam County. "

Historical marker text:
ALBERT J. MATOCHA WAS BORN IN AUSTRIA-HUNGARY IN 1876 AND IMMIGRATED TO TEXAS WITH HIS FAMILY AS A YOUNG BOY; THE FAMILY MADE THEIR HOME IN THE NEARBY COMMUNITY OF BURLINGTON. AS A YOUNG MAN, MATOCHA BEGAN WORKING FOR THE LAW AND SPRINKEL HARDWARE FIRM, AND HE OPENED HIS OWN HARDWARE STORE IN 1898 IN THE AREA OF CAMERON KNOWN AS DUTCHTOWN, IN A BUILDING OWNED BY FRANK MONDRIK. MATOCHAS STORE FLOURISHED, BUT SUFFERED A HARSH SETBACK IN 1920, WHEN A FIRE SEVERELY DAMAGED THE HARDWARE BUILDING. DETERMINED TO CONTINUE OPERATIONS, MATOCHA PROCURED A NEARBY DANCE HALL, AND USED THE STRUCTURE TO REPAIR THE REMAINS OF THE BURNED BUILDING. MATOCHA CONTINUED TO SUCCESSFULLY OPERATE THE STORE UNTIL HIS DEATH IN 1945. IN 1946, ERWIN LEE WIED PURCHASED THE BUSINESS AND INVENTORY, WHILE THE BUILDING REMAINED UNDER THE OWNERSHIP OF THE MONDRIKS UNTIL 2002. WIED CONTINUED TO PROVIDE THE CITIZENS OF CAMERON AND THE SURROUNDING AREA WITH MANY OF THE TOOLS AND SUPPLIES NECESSARY FOR THE SUCCESSFUL OPERATION OF A FARM OR HOUSEHOLD. BECAUSE OF THE STORES LONG EXISTENCE, IT WAS WELL-KNOWN FOR ITS EXTENSIVE INVENTORY. WIED ALSO MANAGED A TIN SHOP BEHIND THE HARDWARE STORE, WHERE EDWARD REYNOLDS CREATED ORNATE TIN WORK THAT CAN STILL BE FOUND THROUGHOUT THE AREA. AFTER WIEDS DEATH IN 1986, FAMILY MEMBERS CONTINUED TO OPERATE THE STORE UNTIL 1990, WHEN THE DECISION WAS MADE TO CLOSE ITS DOORS. THIS RECTANGULAR-PLAN COMMERCIAL BUILDING FEATURES A FALSE FRONT WITH STEPPED PARAPET, HORIZONTAL WOOD SIDING, AND TIN COVERING THE FULL-LENGTH PORCH AND PAIR OF PARALLEL GABLE ROOFS.

Commercial Poultry Operation, CR 112, 25 Acres

Posted on: October 8th, 2018 by John Dean

Price reduced! Viable Commercial Poultry Operation! This breeder farm is an income producing investment, located on CR 112, near Caldwell off of FM 908. This operation boasts 4 houses, capable of holding approximately 42,000 hens for the production of fertilized eggs. House were built in 1996 & 1997, and are currently under contract with Sanderson Farms. This property generates good income from year to year! Current contract expires in 2027, and will convey to buyer.

Structure info:
Property uses two water wells, and is set up with two Kohler 80kW generators, and an incinerator. Each house is 500'x 42' with a 10'x164' overhanging walkway/workroom that connects the houses, along with two 24'x24' egg cooler rooms, and bathrooms. Each house is set up with 10 fan units, feed silo, graveled roads/loading pads, feeders, watering equipment etc. Employs multiple people.

Location:
Easy access to Austin, Houston, and San Antonio, and approximately 30 minutes from the B/CS area.

Background check and other details may be required by Sanderson Farms to continue contract, if buyer is not already an affiliated grower.

Other forms of income may include hay production from established coastal fields, and hay fertilizer.

Property to include 25 acres. New survey will be required. Appraisal completed. Minerals/Water negotiable. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL OFFERS!

To view property, please set up appointment. Buyer's brokers must be identified upon first contact, and accompany client to all showings to participate in full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee split all be decided by T. Arledge, Broker, TX Rec Land.

51.5 acres in Bell County, Texas

Posted on: October 8th, 2018 by John Dean

PRICE REDUCED! Great opportunity for prime farm land in Bell County! Located only minutes from both Troy and Temple! Easy access from FM 935. Electricity is also located along the FM road.

Property is currently leased out for crops, and has always yielded record harvests of corn, cotton, and wheat. This area is able to produce more due to rich blackland soil, that has little to no rocks in it. A large creek area provides great drainage, tree cover, and also a great place to build a pond.

Current ag exemption in place. Great place to farm, ranch, or build a home.

Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of TX Rec Land, T. Arledge, broker.

30 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 8th, 2018 by John Dean

Turn key, and income producing! 30 acres with four (4) fully functional turkey grower houses (50'x600') that are currently under contract with Cargill and generate income from year to year. These houses have been recently renovated with new equipment in 2011, making them ready to use for years of future use. One of the houses was newly constructed in 2011 and each house is an all-metal construction. Equipment barn, incinerator, feed silos and all necessary equipment for the poultry operation are in place and turn-key.

This property is located just southwest of Cameron with access off of both CR 208, and 208A. Co-op water and utilities in place.

Can be purchased with 30 acres, or encompass a total of +/-60 acres that includes a 2,128 sq foot mobile home & pond.

R & J River Ranch

Posted on: October 8th, 2018 by John Dean

PRICE REDUCED! One-of-a-kind property with live water access and large lake! This 327.29 acre property located off of FM 437, offering multi-use, income-producing capabilities that include: wedding venue, business retreat, cattle ranching, hay production, pecan harvesting and recreational activities. Conveniently located for Austin & Temple areas!

NATURAL FEATURES:
-Over 1.3 miles of Little River Frontage, providing year-round water
+/- 13 acre lake, stocked with Largemouth Bass, Channel catfish, Bluegill, Crappie, with bridges to islands
+/- 1.5 acre pond
-Gravel deposits in areas
-Approximately 1200+ mature pecan trees covering 75 acres
-Numerous large live oak trees
-Plentiful wildlife: ducks, deer, feral hogs

IMPROVEMENTS:
-Large 4,372 sq foot rock home, 3BR, 4.5 Bath, with large living area, large rear porch, game room, large walk-in closets
-1488 sq foot mobile home, 2BR, 2 Bath, central A/C with added rooms
-4,320 sq foot cabins, divided into 12 separate rooms, each with own full bathroom
-70×40 chapel, 2 bathrooms, multiple rows of pews
-100×40 reception hall with 2 multi-stall Bathrooms, full kitchen
-40×24, 3 Br, 1 bath cabin by the lake, patio and sidewalk to dock
-75×50 barn with cattle working pens, office, bathroom
-250×75 equipment/commodity barn (with 60×50 add-on)
-170×100 commodity barn
-20×30 storm shelter
-Grain silo with auger system
-7 permitted water wells, one being solar powered
-Covered BBQ area with concrete slab
-52×8 Dock, with nearby artificial waterfall
-+/- 1 acre of parking lot, parking for 100+ cars
-8 RV power hookups
-Approximately 1 Mile of paved FM 437 Road frontage
-(3) 30×25 animal barns
-High fence and low fenced pens for livestock or exotics
7 high fenced pens, 8 low fenced pens
-Good fencing, both pipe and barb wire
-5 acres zoned commercial retail for venue area
-separate septic and electric meters for each structure

INCOME POSSIBILITIES:
-Current ability to run 80+/- head of cattle
-800-1000, 6ft round bales of hay cut per year
-all minerals and water rights owned by seller will convey
– thriving venue/retreat income
-Yearly harvest of pecans

The Island Ranch

Posted on: October 8th, 2018 by John Dean

Great place to run stocker cattle or cow/calf operation. With this property you can control the rain, so to speak, with the large center pivots. Lots of infrastructure at a reasonable price.
Mostly open, with scattered trees. This property has great potential for agricultural or future commercial uses.

High tensile net wire around entire property.
There are (5) approx.900' center pivots that water approximately 50-60 acres each.
+/- 1400' of concrete feed bunks
water wells to each pasture
2 10" water wells capable of high GPM
Steel working pens, with loading ramp
grain silo with approx. 150' conveyor belt system
Mesquites recently removed in areas.
7 split pastures
CR 325 & CR 323 access

Property is Ag exempt. Acreage is approximate, (survey may be required). Additional acreage may be available, subdividing possible.

Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of TX Rec Land, T. Arledge, broker.

Shown by appointment, gates are locked

Poultry farm with 60 acres

Posted on: October 8th, 2018 by John Dean

Turn key, and income producing! 60 acres with four (4) fully functional turkey grower houses (50'x600') that are currently under contract with Cargill and generate income from year to year. These houses have been recently renovated with new equipment in 2011, making them ready to use for years of future use. One of the houses was newly constructed in 2011 and each house is an all-metal construction. Equipment barn, incinerator, feed silos and all necessary equipment for the poultry operation are in place and turn-key. Each barn houses approximatley 16,000 hens, and yields 3 to 3.5 flocks per year. Constant and predictable income!

This property is located just southwest of Cameron with access off of both CR 208, and 208A. Co-op water and utilities in place.

A 2128 aq ft mobile home is in place for a living quarters for the next owner or any hired help. Nice pond and wooded areas for cattle or hunting.

233.78 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: October 8th, 2018 by John Dean

A diverse investment property! This 233.78 acre property is located just southwest of Cameron. Access off of both CR 208, and 208A.

Four (4) Turkey grower houses (50'x600') that are currently under contract with Cargill and generate income from year to year. These houses have been recently renovated with new equipment in 2011, making them ready to use for years of future use. One of the houses was newly constructed in 2011 and each house is an all-metal construction. Equipment barn, incinerator, feed silos and all necessary equipment for the poultry operation are in place and turn-key.

Use the the turkey operation to your advantage by taking the litter from the houses and selling it, or apply it to a nice hay field in the rear of the property. This field is perfect for grazing or baling hay.

This property offers phenomenal hunting opportunities, thanks to its thick woods, several ponds, rolling terrain and meandering creek that runs along the north boundary of the ranch. Property is primarily made up of elms, post oaks and even some live oaks. Plentiful deer, hogs, and ducks frequent the property. Good trails throughout the wooded area makes it great for getting to your hunting blind, or riding ATV's and horses.

One 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom mobile home in place and there are several great additional home sites.

This property can be purchased all together for a truly diverse income producing property, or the poultry operation can be purchased by itself with 30-60 acres.