We all know that Texans claim they do things up big, and two properties that are coming up for auction show how some Texans do things big and grand.
Hall and Hall Auctions will be managing two sizable Texas auctions in April. Costa Grande Ranch is a rare Texas Gulf Coast offering encompassing 5,221± acres, with more than five miles of frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway. It will be auctioned April 21st. The second auction, Char-Lin Ranch, presents an unusual opportunity in Corsicana, Texas, with 1,189± acres of pastureland, 135± acre private lake, extensive ranch improvements and a 6,200 sq. foot home. It will be auctioned April 23rd. Each property is offered in multiple tracts or in its entirety. For more information, visit http://hallhall.com/ranches-for-sale/pstatus/upcoming-auctions-52.
The Costa Grande Ranch is located in southern Calhoun County, once home to multiple large coastal prairie cattle operations. Over the years, many of the large tracts of land have been divided, developed, or placed into conservation easements. Recently, the adjacent Powderhorn Ranch was acquired by the State of Texas to be developed into a State Park and Wildlife Management Area. Costa Grande Ranch is one of the last remaining large parcels available in the area and home to a diverse population of deer, hogs and 400+ species of bird, making it ideal for a sportsman or conservationist. It is located 2.5 hours from Houston, Austin and San Antonio. An information date is set for April 7th.
“Costa Grande Ranch provides easy access to Shoalwater Bay, Dewberry Island and deep water,” said Scott Shuman of Hall and Hall Auctions. “It is unencumbered by conservation easements, which is rare in this part of Texas.”
Char-Lin Ranch is unique to Corsicana, Texas, because of its large size and regular shape. The main home is the centerpiece of the property and perched atop a hill that offers panoramic views of the pastures, the lake, and surrounding countryside. The four-level home has a pool & spa with lap swimming lanes, a trophy room loft, and four fire places. The estate also includes two additional homes. It is a productive ranch with fine cattle and horse improvements all located within an hour of Dallas/Fort Worth. An information date is set for April 9th.