Hill Country, South Texas, West Texas and Beyond Ranches For Sale
Hill Country, South Texas, West Texas and Beyond Ranches For Sale
Comfort, Texas is gaining national attention for its cozy, small town atmosphere. This is a great opportunity to own a beautiful place on the Guadalupe River. Enter this gated property to enjoy the quality features of the home and over 300+/- feet of Guadalupe River frontage. The large main home, with 4,094+/- s.f., has 3 bedrooms, 4 baths, a study, a gorgeous pool area and a flagstone patio with an outdoor kitchen that overlooks the river. A guest house with 1,014+/- s.f., could provide extra income from rental. Outside, there is a storage shed/shop on this one of a kind 5+/- acre unrestricted property. Potential for a great bed and breakfast, or keep its current wonderful character and call it home! Don't miss out on this unique property in the quaint town of Comfort, Texas.
Classic rock homestead overlooks Cibolo Creek and is surrounded by 43 acres of native Hill Country. Amazing views of the surrounding Cibolo Creek Valley offers an idyllic weekend getaway. The home is located in the lower portion of the property overlooking this live-water creek, while the remaining acreage at higher elevations allows excellent hunting, hiking or possibilities for other building sites. Elevations near the home are approximately 1,600 to 1,845 feet at the peak of the hill. Healthy populations of white-tailed as well as axis deer are seen regularly throughout the property. Quiet seclusion on the cul-de-sac road is only minutes from Boerne and just down the road from Boerne Lake, within 20 minutes of San Antonio.
Rancho Suerte is a secluded 56 +/- acre ranch situated in Kendall County. Located approximately 3 miles from the Hwy 46 West and Interstate 10 exit, outside of Boerne. The ranch has 3,500 +/- feet of Hwy 46 West frontage road. The home rests on a beautiful hilltop at 1,675 +/- feet, giving guests tremendous views for miles. Huddle around the outdoor fire place on brisk evenings or utilize the outdoor BBQ pit when friends and family gather in the summer. There is also a covered patio located near the home. The terrain consists of rocky elevation changes ranging from 1,550 +/- feet – 1,700 feet +/-, along with heavy tree cover from junipers, madrone trees, pecan trees and beautiful mature oaks. The ranch is currently under an ag exemption and is well watered with three water wells on site. The 1.5 +/- acre field has had hay grazer on it in the past and could be a great area to keep horses.
Spectacular views and outstanding hunting are just a few aspects of Trophy Buck Ranch. Located 8 miles south of Concan, the property consists of 117 +/- acres and is in close proximity to the clear flowing Frio River. A magnificent hill on the northern portion of the ranch provides panoramic views to the valleys below. The ranch has the infrastructure in place to run a deer operation, with 6 one-half acre pens, each with underground water lines running to individual troughs. The fencing could also be used for pens for livestock as well. There are two additional troughs on the ranch that water free-range animals, along with a nice stock tank. The terrain consists of rolling hills with mixed high-protein brush found in South Texas, along with many live oaks and other hardwoods.
Beautiful historic Elm Creek Ranch has been in the same family since the 1940’s. Elm Creek, a named wet weather creek, bisects the ranch on the west side of the property situated along Hwy 90. A 55+/- acre field at the south part of the property is crossedfenced and perfect for grazing or a horse operation. A charming 1940’s 1,400+/- sf home is nestled among magnificent live oak trees, and has been renovated with a new roof, windows, and septic. Various hardwoods are a scattered throughout the property. A water well provides water to the headquarters and to several water troughs throughout the ranch. This is a must see property!
PRIME RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY! The Gombert Family desires to sell approximately 135+/- acres of the ranch. This property fronts on FM 3351 and offers 700+/- linear feet of road frontage. It is located in the ETJ of the City of San Antonio. Beautiful Edwards Plateau Region land with elevations ranging from 1,262+/- feet ASL to 1,350+/- feet ASL.
Towering views and good hunting are a few characteristics of High View Ranch. Located just over two miles from the I-10 exit in Kerrville, the 135 +/- acre ranch rests on one of the highest points in Kerr County. The ranch provides multiple building sites with picturesque views of the valleys below. There is excellent access to the ranch with 3,150 +/- feet of Hwy 16 frontage road. The terrain consists of heavy tree cover with drastic elevation changes ranging from 1,820 +/- feet to 2,000 +/- feet. The spring fed creek is covered with good oaks and lined with steep bluffs as it flows into a stock tank. The hunting on the ranch is excellent with frequent sightings of whitetail deer, sika deer, turkey and other animals native to the Hill Country. An additional 10 +/- acres could possibly be available to total 145 +/- acres. Please call listing agent to discuss in more detail.
Beautiful ranch located just east of Sisterdale. We are proud to represent this ranch that offers great views of the surrounding Guadalupe River valley. The land has had almost all the cedar removed over the years. Nice oaks and other hardwoods dot the landscape. The lay of the land is very diverse with good building sites and a nice roll and slope to the south of the property. A nice all weather road is in place through the ranch for good access. There is abundant game on the property for hunting and recreation. This is a unique ranch that will bring many years of recreation to the new buyer.
170+/- acres - $1,521,500 or $8,950/acre
Beautiful hardwoods are found throughout Rolling Oaks Ranch, and a large amount of cedar has been cleared. The landscape consists of gently rolling terrain where there is a nice population of whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, gray fox, squirrel, doves and other birds native to the Texas Hill Country. Some exotics are also roaming the property, including axis and an occasional red stag. Perimeter fencing is in good condition. There is good underground water in the area. The property ad-valorem taxation is currently rated under Wildlife Exemption, offering reduced property taxes.
Nice Divide Country ranch that is set up and ready to go for the new owner. Good quality native and exotic wildlife, along with well-managed habitat. The main road going east and west is paved and the other roads are in good condition throughout the ranch. Perimeter fencing is high-fenced. A 3/2 modular home is located near the entrance of the ranch, and the well at the headquarters is an electric submersible pump. Much of the ranch is covered with live oak and shin oak motts. A good amount of the cedar has been selectively removed over the years and the land has good turf and many native grasses for wildlife and livestock.
Big Saline Creek Ranch is a rare find in Kimble County. The ranch is comprised of 1,150+/- feet of both sides of clear flowing Big Saline Creek, with easy access to explore the water. Springs along the creek provide an oasis among beautiful pecan trees lining the bank. Several springs are located in Brewer Hollow southwest of the 2,430+/- main house, a 3 bed, 3.5 bath with study. A concrete and rock barn built in the 1930’s lends character to the ranch. A set of cattle pens is included, and a nice 9+/- acre field is great for horses or livestock. Picturesque valleys and hilltops with long-range views make this property exceptional. The cedar has been selectively removed in many areas and a wide array of hardwoods remain, including live oak, blue lacy oak and black walnut. Elevations range from a high of 2,032+/- asl to a low of 1,825+/- asl. Boundary and interior fencing are in good condition, several replaced in the past few years. The ranch is well supplied with water from the creek, springs, a submersible well, a solar submersible well, a holding tank, a large concrete pila, and numerous troughs.
The beautiful, live-water La Sendera Ranch is made up of 700+/- acres of Kimble County Hill Country. From the vast hill tops to the lovely Llano River Valley, this ranch makes for an ideal retreat. Peak elevations extend up to 2,200+/- ft. Much of the cedar has been removed over the years, leaving native live oak to flourish. The road system is in great condition, with the majority all-weather caliche roads. In addition to the 1,875+/- ft of North Llano River frontage, there are several springs, one of which has been dammed into a pond. Stone steps allow for easy access to a river pier for kayaking, fly fishing, and outstanding bass angling in deep fishing holes. The ranch also features caves and Indian artifacts, allowing for exciting exploration adventures.
Vista View Ranch is one of the few large acreage ranches to come available in this area of Kendall/Gillespie/Kerr counties. Nice rolling land with great views of the majestic Hill Country, with nice building sites. Several springs are located on the ranch that could be developed into nice tanks. Beautiful post oak and live oak trees abound on the property. Over the years the cedar has been cleared off and just native trees exist. Good to fair perimeter fencing is in place around the boundaries.
This beautiful Concho County ranch exemplifies the characteristic brush country Central Texas is famous for. The property is a total of 865+/- acres, and it is entirely high fenced, with excellent mesquite, live oak and other hardwood cover - great for the trophy buck hunting on site. In addition, the nice rolling terrain creates good bird hunting fields with stations for the quail and dove hunting. There is a good road system throughout the ranch, which allows for easy access to the 10 feeders, and the hunting blinds. The most inspiring feature of the ranch is the 5,280+/- feet on both sides of Kickapoo Creek. Throughout the ranch, the creek flows wide and has plenty of deep holes for great fishing, and for family recreation.
Amazing views and excellent hunting are just a few features of Brushy Draw Ranch. Located south of Ozona, the property consists of 869+/- acres and is the original headquarters of the Hudspeth Ranch that was over 15,000+/- acres. This ranch has been used as a family hunting ranch for many years. The 3 bed, 2 bath 2,440+/- sf main house has a garage and workshop. A large 7,200+/- sf livestock barn with cattle pens is located near the main house. A hunter’s cabin is also nearby and a game cleaning are contains a walk-in cooler. A towering mountain in the middle of the ranch supplies long-range views of the beautiful valleys below. Brushy Draw meanders through the northern section and mature oak trees are scattered throughout, with mesquites and junipers in the bottomlands. The property contains an easement along the northern and western parts, accessing a property to the west. A large rock pila, one wet weather tank, and a couple of water wells with water troughs are situated on the property.
This scenic McCulloch County ranch is a superb combination of abundant wildlife and live water. The available acreage is part of a larger ranch, therefore the buyer and seller will split the cost of a new fence on the property line. The ranch is a total of 1,143 +/- acres, and is predominately high fenced, with rolling hills, excellent mesquite and mixed brushes. The river bottom contains live oak trees and other large timbers, which provide thick cover for wildlife. The 27+/- acre cultivated field has the potential to serve as a food plot or a strategic location for bird hunting as it is in close proximity to the river. The most impressive feature of the ranch is the 2 +/- miles of both sides of the Colorado River. There are plenty of deep holes for fishing, enough territory to kayak and tube, along with a shallow area for fording the river into a heavily timbered 80 +/- acres. The ranch provides outstanding views on the hill tops above the river. These lookout points once served native Indians, resulting in a multitude of artifacts scattered across the ranch.
Lush landscape and abundant wildlife! Located southeast of Sonora in Sutton County, Live Oak Ranch is a haven for many species of wildlife. Quail, duck, turkey, hogs, axis, whitetail deer, and other animals are plentiful on the ranch, providing exceptional opportunities for hunters. The ranch’s level to gently rolling terrain supports robust grasslands and beautiful views while large mature oak and lush mesquite accent the rich soil. Electric lines run through the property, allowing for additional building sites and wells near the headquarters or in other locations. The roads are in good condition for easy access throughout the ranch. Several large caliche pits hold water for wildlife and livestock.
The stars at night are big and bright, and Pecos River Ranch is the perfect place to view them! This is a superb live water ranch with approximately 2+/- miles of clear flowing Pecos River. The majority of the river is very accessible and provides great canoeing, kayaking or tubing. Originally owned for generations by the same family, the current owner has greatly improved and managed the ranch for the past 7+ years. The original family owned a water well drilling company and knew where and how to drill for good wells. Water is king, and with 9 water wells and 2+/- miles of river, this is one of the best-watered ranches to be found in the area. The varied terrain features numerous canyons with many draws that have live oaks and other native trees. Hilltop views are long and wide and a good road system is in place with access to the top of the hills.This is an incredible year-around recreational ranch paradise that offers both hunting and fishing, and vast summits to enjoy the night sky. The Pecos River Ranch is a ranch that will bring years of enjoyment as a family or corporate retreat.
The Live Oak Ranch is a hunting and cattle ranch located just southeast of Sonora. Terrain on the ranch is flat to a little roll; the ranch is covered with live oak motts, mesquite deep flats and possible building sites. Good road system runs through the ranch with the headquarters located towards the eastern part of the property. Game on the ranch is abundant and is surrounded by nice sized ranches on three sides of the property. Live Oak will bring years of recreation as a family or corporate retreat.
Entire Ranch - 4,200 +/- acres - $1,220/acre
West Pasture - Orange - 1,225+/- acres - $1,300/acre
North Pasture - Blue - 1,670 +/- acres - $1,175/acre
South Pasture - Purple - 1,435 +/- acres - $1,295/acre
Secluded rustic log home offers a serene setting in the Texas Hill Country overlooking the Red Bluff Creek. Red Bluff Creek provides 700 +/- feet of spring fed waterfront. Two-story 2,800+/- sf log home nestled among the oaks. Amenities offers privacy, views, gorgeous hardwoods, fertile soils, crystal clear Red Bluff Creek and unique living accommodations.