428 Acres


Hunting Land and Properties for Sale near Junction, Texas

428 +/- Acres TBD KCR 120Junction, TX 76849, Junction, Texas 76849
Daryl Weems, ALC

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Daryl Weems, ALC


Junction Texas hunting land for sale

Are you looking for a hunting ranch with rolling topography in the Land of Living Waters, Kimble County, Texas? United Country Twin Bends Realty delivers exactly that to you today with the Circling Deer Ranch in Junction, Texas. Your new ranch property offers you an amazing opportunity to make it the way you want it to start enjoying your Texas recreational ranch lifestyle.


Where is this Texas real estate with live water, canyons, and whitetail?

Enjoy your new Texas property in Junction, Texas on four hundred and twenty-eight acres. Junction, Texas, is known as the “Front porch of the West” and serves as the county seat in the heart of Kimble County, Texas, United States. Notable is the fact that you can be eating at Lum’s BBQ or Cooper's BBQ in a matter of miles. It lies 109 miles northwest of San Antonio and 136 miles West of Austin. Notable highways serving the city include Interstate 10, U.S. Route 83, and U.S. Route 377. Kimble County Airport consists of a 5,000-foot paved runway. Commercial service is available to and from Mathis Field in San Angelo.

Founded in 1876 after the organization of Kimble County earlier that year. The original townsite was named "Denman" after Marcellus Denman, who had surveyed and platted the new community. The name was changed to "Junction City." In late 1876, Junction City won the designation of county seat from the unsuccessful and flood-prone settlement of Kimbleville. By 1879, a drugstore, livery stable, sawmill, and a few general stores were active in the community. Around three hundred people were living in Junction City in 1882. During the mid-1920s, highway connections from Junction to Menard and San Angelo were built. A sewer system was built in 1929. In the 1930 census, the city recorded 1,415 residents. Junction was the chief shipping and commercial center of Kimble County, as well as a tourist resort and hunting center. A new municipal building and fire station were opened in 1939 and 1940, respectively. In the mid-1940s, the cedar-oil business enhanced the economy, but the city's growth slowed. Throughout the latter half of the 20th century and into the 21st, Junction's population continued to hover around 2,600.


Texas recreational and hunting property for sale

Whitetail deer and exotics hunting are what Texas is all about, and this property has them coming and going. You will have your private hunting ground out the back door of your Texas recreational ranch home. The turkey are plentiful and make a day out with your shotgun a delight. Fishing on the Llano River offers a fun day out on the water as well. Catfish, Bass, and Bream all call the Llano River home. So, bait up the hooks and have fresh fish for dinner in your Texas country home. You and your guests can enjoy kayaking the clear waters of the Llano River for additional recreational opportunities just 6 miles from the gate.


United Country Twin Bends Realty is the best brokerage to sell your recreational and hunting ranch in Texas. 

Recreational Hunting Property for Sale

If you are interested in buying or selling a ranch home with live water, a game ranch, a country home on acreage, recreational properties, or similar property, I am the broker you need with the website that delivers the exposure your property needs. United Country Twin Bends Real Estate offers an exclusive and diverse selection of listings for these properties throughout Texas. Whether it is a premier live water ranch for sale in Junction, Texas; a game ranch with exotics; a ranch or country home on Acreage; or a recreational ranch on acreage…. I will help you sell it or locate it as a great investment.


Who is the best broker or farm and ranch realtor in Central Texas?

Daryl Weems, ALC


Daryl Weems has made Central Texas his home for the past 21 years. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from the University of Phoenix and is a graduate of Katy High School.

Daryl owned and operated a construction company that built homes in and around the greater Waco area. It was during this time that Daryl became interested in the real estate sales side of construction and knew that his extensive construction background would benefit buyers and sellers alike.

He earned his real estate license in 2008, became a licensed broker in 2011, and holds the designation as an accredited land consultant/ALC. He is also a graduate of the Texas Real Estate Leadership program 2010.

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  • Street Address: 428 +/- Acres TBD KCR 120Junction, TX 76849
  • City: Junction
  • State: Texas
  • Postal Code: 76849
  • County: Kimble
  • County: United States