Lake Belton Ranch is a true one-of-ones ranch located on the shores of Lake Belton, just six miles west of Interstate 35 in Temple, TX. Defined by abundant live water, scenic bluffs, diverse habitat and abundant opportunities, this is a must see for ranch investors. Highway 36 divides the ranch for ~5,000 into two divisions of approximately 219.13 acres on the west side, and 137.64 acres on the east side including ~700 of HWY 317. This includes 3.8 acres with commercial frontage potential just east of HWY 36.
The west division features over 5,000 of shoreline on the Cedar Creek portion of Lake Belton and a 30 acre abandoned quarry with two private lakes for recreational fishing, ATV riding and shooting.
Lake Belton Ranch is well positioned for an executive ranch, camp, park, events center, shooting center, ATV/UTV/Motocross track, recreational retreat or ranch development. The west side is completely within the Temple city limits.
Shown by appointment only. Contact listing agent, Kasey Mock to receive an investment packet.
The west division features approximately 5,200 of shoreline on the Cedar Creek portion of Lake Belton, and two quarry lakes. An intermittent creek shaded by large hardwoods feeds a beautiful grotto in the center of the ranch, before flowing into Lake Belton.
Barns and Ranch Improvements
Guest accommodations include a clean and comfortable 30X80 double wide mobile home. The home is approximately 15 years old and has been used very little. It features 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and a large covered porch.
A nice 40 X 60 red metal barn is located at headquarters on the west side of HWY 36. The barn features 40X40 enclosed area with two overhead doors, full slab, upper loft and a 20X40 shed roof.
Lake Belton ranch is very private with abundant wildlife. Cedar Creek Wildlife Management Area borders the North side of the east division, and Cedar Ridge Park borders the west boundary on the lake.
Whitetail deer, abundant waterfowl, migratory and resident songbirds, mourning dove and other non-game species are regularly observed on the property.
Water and Utilities
Water is provided by Moffit Water Supply.
2017 Bell CAD property taxes were $1,476. Bell CAD Parcel: R130699 219.129 (west division). The property currently receives a 1d1 open space agricultural tax valuation (ag exemption) for grazing cattle.
Seller believes to own 100% of the mineral estate and will retain some mineral interest. Percentage to be conveyed is negotiable based on price and terms.
Deal Structure and Pricing:
Lake Belton ranch is being offered as a whole or in two divisions.
-356.77 acre whole ranch for $3,161,250
-219.13 acre west division for $2,250,000
-137.64 acre east division for $911,250
Approximately 6 miles west of IH 35 in temple, TX on HWY 36. Immediately north of the HWY 36 and HWY 317 intersection. The ranch fronts HWY 36 for approximately 5,000 and HWY 317 for approximately 700.
Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport is located half mile south of the ranch on HWY 36. Showing Instructions:
This property is marketed and shown exclusively by the Mock Ranches Group, a team with Keller Williams Realty. In order to protect the security and privacy of our clients, Buyers or Buyers agents must make an appointment with the Listing Agent for any and all showings or to receive full showing instructions. All appointments require at least 48 hour notice for showings.
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