JUSTIN COP


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BROKER, OWNER, GRI
justin@fredericksburgrealty.com
830.998.2895

Justin is simply a Southern guy at heart. He was born and raised in south Louisiana and graduated from the University of Mississippi. He is both a salesman and an entrepreneur. Early in his career, he worked in sales for a division of ITT before starting Serco, a company that serves clients with manufacturing, rebuild and fabrication needs in the petrochemical and pulp and paper industries.

In 2011, Justin moved his family to the Texas Hill Country to pursue his love of land, clean air and small-town living. He became a licensed real estate agent for duPerier Texas Land Man and was recognized by the San Antonio Business Journal as a Top Five Farm and Ranch Agent in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. Over the years, Justin developed a specialization in ranch and land properties with a focus on Central and South Texas. He then bought Fredericksburg Realty in 2017.

Justin has sold countless Central Texas farm and ranch properties to both families and investors from around the world. Serving Gillespie, Kerr, Blanco, McCullough, Marble Falls, Llano, Comal and all surrounding counties, Justin’s mission is to help clients, large and small, find the property of their dreams or sell a property at the best possible price. With the purchase of Fredericksburg Realty, he hopes to help other real estate agents fulfill their dreams and the dreams of their clients as well.

Justin lives in Fredericksburg with his wife, Amy, and their four busy children. He is also active in the community as a Gillespie County Leadership Committee Member and St. Mary’s Catholic School Council Member.

WHAT CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
“Working with Justin, we learned more about Hill Country ranches in two days than we did in 2-3 months with other brokers. He shows up prepared, doesn’t waste your time showing you properties that don’t fit and has more in-depth knowledge of the ranch buying and selling business than anyone we know.” —Bobby H.
 

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Justin's Private Listings


Bluffs Landing
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Corpus Christi, Texas | Nueces County

A sportsman’s dream in Corpus Christi provides a unique opportunity to own a significant piece of Texas coastal paradise. The owner conducted extensive renovations, including dredging the canal and building a bulkhead to help prevent erosion and seaweed drift. These changes fulfilled an innate desire to build upon a legacy before letting the next generation take the helm.

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Schumacher Crossing
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15.23+/- Acres | Hunt, Texas | Kerr County

Generations of Texans have created lifetimes of memories swimming in the Guadalupe River. Now is your opportunity to own this amazing prime deepwater “swimming hole” sited on a historic former sawmill location. This property was settled prior to WWII by the family of the current owners, lighting the path for many of the first summer homes in the Hunt area--now an iconic location.

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Settler’s Crossing
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35+/- Acres | Fredericksburg, Texas | Gillespie County

Trace this property back to an 1846 deed to famous Texas Ranger, “Jack” C. Hays. The main residence was moved here from Kentucky in 1989 and meticulously restored with 13 rooms, 6 fireplaces, wide board flooring, hand-hewn beams and other period features. There are also 7 fully restored, beautifully decorated guest houses which are profitably run as “One of America’s Top Ten Bed & Breakfasts” according to Travel + Leisure Magazine.

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Nebgen Ranch
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121.16+/- Acres | Stonewall, Texas | Gillespie County

This property is not just beautiful, it also has an interesting history. This part of the Pedernales River Valley was originally prime hunting and camping grounds for Comanche and Apache Indians. Albert Nebgen, the son of a German immigrant, purchased the land from Charles Wagner whose family also owned the cottage gin in Stonewall. Emil Klein drew the plans and built the original two-story home for Nebgen in 1918.

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Cypress Mill Ranch
$2,950,000
79.846 Acres | Cypress Mill | Blanco County, Texas

This nearly 80+/- acre property with custom residence provides excellent outdoor living, hunting, fishing and gardening. With proximity to Austin, Bee Cave, Marble Falls and Johnson City, enjoy the great outdoors with city conveniences and entertainment just a short drive away.

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Blanco River Valley
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196 Acres | Blanco | Kendall County, Texas  

The beautiful Blanco River Valley Ranch sits on over a mile of Blanco River frontage and almost a half of that is owned on both sides! Looking over the Blanco River is a completely renovated river house with a large back deck to entertain. There is another home with three bedrooms and two baths. A large building site is already in place high on a hilltop for the new owner. 

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Appleton Ranch
$2,339,000
744 Acres | Brady | McCulloch County, Texas

This 744-acre centennial ranch has been in one family for over 100 years and is just five minutes southwest of Brady. Ranches in this area are seldom sold, and this one, which is surrounded by over 1,000+-acre ranches on all sides, is a very rare opportunity.

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1909 Ranch - SOLD
$5,900,000
540 Acres | Doss, Texas | Mason County

Just 25 minutes from Fredericksburg, the “New Napa Valley” according to Southern Living magazine, this ranch blends the old with the new in a way that maximizes the spectacular views, deep loamy soil, live water and massive live oaks on the property. And, in a part of Texas where ranches rarely change hands, this opportunity is a rare one

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Squaw Creek Ranch
$1,975,000
162.94 +/- Acres | Fredericksburg, Texas  |  Gillespie County

This award-winning restored 1891 German stone house blends local architecture with today’s elegant ranch living. The 1,980 +/- sq. ft. three-bed/three-bath home lies on 162.94 +/- acres, with approximately 2,220 +/- feet of Squaw Creek frontage.

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