Explore Jarrell, TX

By George Kiefer, Broker-Owner, GRI, CDPE, CLHMS in Austin Texas
(The Kiefer Group)
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 Jarrell Texas - VA-owned home being sold As-Is owned by U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) with a $175,000 list price in Sonterra West subdivision in Jarrell Texas. Similar homes in this subdivision can sell as high as $223,000. The 2019 Tax Value is $210,790. Jarrell Texas is approximatel...

By George Kiefer, Broker-Owner, GRI, CDPE, CLHMS in Austin Texas
(The Kiefer Group)
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Jarrell Texas - 1.19-Acre Bank Owned Foreclosure being sold As-Is with a $259,900 minimum bank bid in Jarrell Texas in Hilltop Estates subdivision. Similar homes in this area have recently sold as high as $385,000. The 2018 Tax Value is $364,817. This is a 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths, 2 car garage, 1-St...

By George Kiefer, Broker-Owner, GRI, CDPE, CLHMS in Austin Texas
(The Kiefer Group)
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 Jarrell Texas - HUD owned home being sold As-Is owned by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) with a $140,000 list price in Sonterra West subdivision in Jarrell Texas. Similar homes in this subdivision can sell as high as $197,000. Jarrell Texas is approximately 20 miles from R...

By Sky Realty
(Sky Realty)
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                    Learn more about 3151 E FM 487 and other Jarrell Area Homes or call 512-342-8744 for more info. 2 homes on 14.48 acres Two homes on little more than 14 acres - a gentleman's ranch you will love! Both homes handicap accessible. Main home is a spacious mother in law plan with h...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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  Don’t you just love surprises?  I love surprises – well, some surprises.   We had a surprise just about three months ago this week.  I went out, as usual, to feed the critters.  Neither Memory the Morgan mare nor Manny the Morgan stallion were down in their usual place to eat.  This is MOST unu...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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  That was the subject line of the email that arrived in my Inbox a few weeks ago.  It's a subject line I'm usually pleased to see, of course, because it usually means a buyer or seller wanting to talk real estate.  But this time was different.  This time it was the publisher of a new newspaper ...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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Last week what was, hopefully, the last arctic front of the season (we don't handle those so well) rolled in.  When that happens around here, temperatures drop from the 80's to the 30's or lower in a matter of hours.  As it was still near the warmer end of that range, I looked out and saw the clo...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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When we first moved to Jarrell, Texas, 15 years ago, it was a classic small town Texas rural village.  And we liked it that way - that's why we moved there.  While the school had new buildings, it still had (and still does) the original building built in 1916.  There was a one street downtown tha...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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Living out on the ranch, we've often had to drive into Austin, or at least Georgetown, for good pizza whenever we get the craving (or plan our pizza cravings around someone being in town and have them pick it up on the way home, and as everyone knows, pizza cravings should be spontaneous!).  Then...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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The geese mentioned in my prior post were a hint.  Yesterday confirmed it.  Beautiful blue sky, sunshine, temps in the high 70's.  And the flowers decided to come out and play!  It's springtime out here on the ranch near Jarrell, Texas.               The plum tree by the house put out not only bu...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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I went out to throw some hay to the horses and donkey girls and cows a little while ago.  Got a couple of cart loads in the feeder and was filling the cart again.  Had heard some geese overhead, heading North, a bit earlier, and suddenly realized that they were REALLY REALLY LOUD!  (The ranch her...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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The snow kept coming down, and we got some more photos.  Probably about 3 inches or so out there, based on the footprints the dogs make.    The horses and J.D. enjoying the snow       Way off in the distance there, in the middle, a neighbor's cow bellows because of the snow     Off to the right, ...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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And snowing and snowing and snowing!  I know for some of you this is no big deal, but it just doesn't happen here, and when it does, it lasts for, oh, maybe 15 minutes.  Today, it's been snowing for several hours, first tiny flakes and then giant ones.    Those of you who have read my blog and se...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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With one of the most serious droughts in decades here in Central Texas, pushing two years, grass not only crunching but powdering when you walk on it, giant cracks in the Houston black soil  here on the place, grass growing in the bottom of the year-round creek that's been dry that long, a lot of...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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Take one of our neighbors across the road, for example.  No horses on his place (one of the few that doesn't have at least a couple).  But he does love his sheep!  I was driving into Georgetown the other day, pulled out of my drive, and had to pull over and take this shot.  He had put out a big r...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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 I've been sharing here various views from our little part of the country over time.  Here's another one. This morning I went out to feed the critters, and ask I stepped to the back door and looked out, I saw the sun just coming up.  It was so beautiful that I ran back and got my camera, went out...

By Tricia Jumonville, Texas REALTOR , Agent With Horse Sense
(Bradfield Properties)
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It was a quiet, oddly still May afternoon in 1997 when I was walking down the drive to get the mail and noticed what looked like a Blue Norther on the horizon.  Odd . . . very odd for this time of year, unheard of, in fact.  But I decided that I'd turn on the TV when I got inside and see if a thu...

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