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$5,500,000 727 acres 5 Beds | 5 Baths | 9000 sqft
2055 County Rd 178 W, Purmela, TX 76566 - Coryell County

Three Creek Ranch in Coryell County

727.42+/- Acres Turn-Key Ranch with 85+/- acres under low fence with 1800 ft of Cow house Creek Footage 642 +/- acres under High Fence, Varied Topography, Rock Bluffs, 2 Spring Fed Lakes stocked with Bass, Catfish, Crappie and Bluegill, 5 ponds, Spring Bull Branch Creek runs through the property, Deer Inventory consist of White Tail, Black Buck, Red Stag, Blinds and Feeders Convey, 7 wells at approximately 550 ft., Irrigation runs to the Lakes and Cave Bluff so you can turn on your own waterfall. Deer Processing Facility, Covered Outdoor Kitchen and Entertainment Area, 4 Living Quarters include the Furnished Main 9,000 Square foot home, 3,000 sq. foot Foreman's home, 1,000 sq.ft. furnished Guest House and the 1200 sq.ft Guest Apartment abov
Kim Gore Gore Real Estate Group
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$449,000 11.5 acres 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 3894 sqft
1402 South St, Gatesville, TX 76528 - Coryell County

Own a Piece of History on the Leon River

Step back into history as you walk down the brick sidewalk to the wrap around porch of this Victorian home. The library has floor to ceiling bookshelves, rolling ladder, and fireplace. The first floor master bedroom has great views, two closets, and its own fireplace. The downstairs bathroom is just outside the master bedroom and has a clawfoot tub and separate shower. There is a formal dining room, formal living room and a kitchen that opens up to the den all on the first floor. The mud room features an antique style utility sink, there is an oversized laundry room and extra large walk in pantry with plenty of storage. The upstairs features loads of built in storage and three large bedrooms as well as a full bathroom. Walk out the back cov
Kim Gore Gore Real Estate Group
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$1,400,000 320 acres
TBD County Road 135, Gatesville, TX 76528 - Coryell County

320 +/- Acres on the Cow House Creek in Coryell County, TX

320 +/- acres on the Cow House Creek southwest of Gatesville, TX on CR 135. The property has approx 2000 ft of Cow House Creek Frontage and Spring Creek is also on the property. The property has lots of change in elevation with good tree cover. This is a very nice ranch with great views and excellent hunting. The fences are in good to fair condition and is cross fenced into 2 pastures. The property is approx 1.5 hours from Austin and about 2.5 hours from Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Calvin Burks Burks Real Estate
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$520,000 26 acres
TBD FM 2412, Gatesville, TX 76528 - Coryell County

26 Acres on the Leon River

This 26+/- Acres on the Leon River was priced because of the true Rare and Priceless Gem it is. Featuring approximately half of a mile of Leon Riverbank and a quarter mile of Blue Branch Creek that feeds into the Leon River. Owner says this property is loaded with Indian Artifacts. This land is covered in beautiful Mature oak and pecan trees. The deer and wildlife are abundant. This property would make an excellent weekend getaway location or would be perfect to put romantic bungalows on. With 3+/- acres outside the floodplain, there is even a possibility of building a custom home or hunting lodge. Water well is required for water. Call for a private showing today. Seller requires pre-qualified buyers only for showings.
Kim Gore Gore Real Estate Group
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$3,750,000 486.33 acres 2 Beds | 1 Bath | 1026 sqft
1816 CR 267, Gatesville, TX 76528 - Coryell County

Creekside Ranch

Approximately 15 minutes east of Gatesville, less than 2 hours from Dallas or Austin, and 30 minutes from Waco. The ranch is easily accessible, with over 1.3 miles of paved CR 267 frontage. Drop dead gorgeous ranch in a beautiful neighborhood of quality ranches. Pride of ownership is evident from the time you drive through the gate. The owners have taken great care of improving and maintaining the land. Much of the cedar has been cleared, leaving a park of Live oaks, Chinkapin, Burr, Black Jack oaks, Elm, Black Walnut, and Pecan trees. There is approximately 100 acres of improved pasture. The land has varied terrain with over 150 foot elevation change. There are big, picturesque views from the upper elevations. There are no ingress/eg
Drew Colvin & Mike Bacon Texas Ranch Brokers, LLC