Comal River

The historic value of the Comal River to the city of New Braunfels, Texas, and the surrounding communities has long been recognized. Originally used to power cotton gins and watermills for early settlers in Central Texas, as the communities grew, the river was used to generate hydroelectric power. These uses led to unique ownership of the land and springs surrounding the Comal River...

Flying X River Ranch

The family of Beverly Blagg has owned the Flying X River Ranch on the banks of the Colorado River for over four decades. This working cattle ranch sits in one of the most highly desirable areas of Central Texas. This 633-acre ranch provides valuable habitat for many of the iconic wildlife species of Texas, including whitetail deer, turkey, quail and dove. Ms. Blagg decided the ranch, situated only 35 miles from Austin in the Texas Hill Country, will remain intact forever...

Smithwick Mill

Located along the banks of the Colorado River in one of the most rapidly growing portions of the Texas between the towns of Marble Falls and Lago Vista, is Smithwick Mill. This property takes its unique name from the historic mill site that lies adjacent to it. While acting as a buffer to the larger mill site, the property has multiple important cultural resource sites that accompany the historic uses of the mill, which was in operation from the late 1850’s to the end of the nineteenth century...

Vacek Family Farm

Just outside the community of Muldoon, sits an historic piece of Texas - the Vacek Family Farm. George and Mary Vacek founded this Fayette County farmstead in 1899, and the family has been actively farming it ever since. The property is an integral part of the family history, a history they wanted to ensure would be there for future generations...

Comal River

The historic value of the Comal River to the city of New Braunfels, Texas, and the surrounding communities has long been recognized. Originally used to power cotton gins and watermills for early settlers in Central Texas, as the communities grew, the river was used to generate hydroelectric power. These uses led to unique ownership of the land and springs surrounding the Comal River [READ MORE]

Flying X River Ranch

The family of Beverly Blagg has owned the Flying X River Ranch on the banks of the Colorado River for over four decades. This working cattle ranch sits in one of the most highly desirable areas of Central Texas. This 633-acre ranch provides valuable habitat for many of the iconic wildlife species of Texas, including whitetail deer, turkey, quail and dove. Ms. Blagg decided the ranch, situated only 35 miles from Austin in the Texas Hill Country, will remain intact forever [READ MORE]

Smithwick Mill

Located along the banks of the Colorado River in one of the most rapidly growing portions of the Texas between the towns of Marble Falls and Lago Vista, is Smithwick Mill. This property takes its unique name from the historic mill site that lies adjacent to it. While acting as a buffer to the larger mill site, the property has multiple important cultural resource sites that accompany the historic uses of the mill, which was in operation from the late 1850’s to the end of the nineteenth century [READ MORE]

Vacek Family Farm

Just outside the community of Muldoon, sits an historic piece of Texas - the Vacek Family Farm. George and Mary Vacek founded this Fayette County farmstead in 1899, and the family has been actively farming it ever since. The property is an integral part of the family history, a history they wanted to ensure would be there for future generations [READ MORE]