Mid-April 2024 TRFS Update



NEW! An exceptional opportunity to own stunning raw land – Clear View Ranch is in-close proximity to Fredericksburg, Texas. The ranch rests on a nice hilltop with several build sites to choose from. The property has been well-maintained over the years and the vast majority of the cedar has been removed, resulting in a park-like setting. The terrain on the ranch is gently rolling. A large selection of native grasses is present and there are many post oak and shin oak trees. An Ag Exemption is in place and underground electric is available.

NEW! Great opportunity for a weekend getaway or permanent residence - Midwaters Ranch is 43.51± acres situated within the Headwaters Ranch subdivision. The ranch offers nice views, an ideal habitat for wildlife, an 80'± of elevation change, and access to various cities. Plentiful hardwoods and native grasses add to the allure of the ranch, including live oaks, post oaks, Texas persimmon, mountain laurel, and cedar. The ranch is ready for the upcoming deer season with an 880± sf cabin, a cleaning station, a water well, and three hunting blinds. Paved-road access at the end of a cul-de-sac and abundant wildlife are an added bonus!

JUST SOLD! Impressive hilltop views with beautiful valleys – Browder Ranch is 387± acres located in one of the more sought-after areas of Gillespie County. There are multiple build sites to choose from with incredible vistas. The ranch features 2,300’±of paved county road frontage. Improvements include a 2,451± sf ranch house with four bedrooms and three bathrooms with a spacious master suite. Just 25± miles from Fredericksburg and 9± miles from Stonewall!


We're pleased to report positive news on Texas drought conditions. Recent rainfall has significantly improved the situation, with exceptional drought conditions now at 0.00% statewide! Extreme drought conditions are at 2.05%. This is excellent news for the moment! Stay informed about current water conditions.


You can see the latest ranch news articles under “Resources” then go down to the “Ranch Articles” tab. The latest article discusses the Texas Right to Farm Act and why record-keeping is critical for agricultural operations as they may be required to prove when certain activities began on their property in the event of a lawsuit. Read more. These articles are also featured in our bi-weekly email newsletter.


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Jolene Johnson

Comfort, Texas - Specializing in the Hill Country and Central Texas Areas

Jolene was born and raised in the Texas Hill Country. Surrounded by horses since day one, her knowledge of them through family life, 4H, FFA, high school, college, and rodeo associations makes her a go-to for horse operations. Jolene worked her way to graduation with honors, earning a Bachelor’s of Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing from Tarleton State University in 2012 while working for world-renowned horse trainers. One of those trainers instilled in her the need for excellence. Jolene focuses on taking that excellence into a specialty niche for equine properties.

A Christian, Jolene is an active member of Wild Ride Ministries in Harper, Texas, where she teaches Sunday School. Her hobbies include barrel racing and team roping with her family. She also likes to two-step a bit!

Jolene Johnsons's Affiliations :

  • Member of World Series of Team Roping - USTRC
  • Member of United States Team Roping Championships - WSTR
  • Member of Revolution Barrel Racing - RBR
  • Member of Central Texas Barrel Racing Association - CTBRA
  • Member of Texas Association of Realtors - TAR
  • Member of National Association of Realtors - NAR
  • Member of Kerrville Board of Realtors - KBOR
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