Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
RECENT PRICE REDUCTION - Towering views and good hunting are just a few characteristics of Hilltop Ranch. The ranch rests on one of the highest points in Kerr County. Multiple building sites are available with picturesque views of the valleys below. There is easy access to the ranch from Hwy 16 road frontage. Hunting on the ranch is excellent with frequent sightings of whitetail deer, sika deer, turkey and other animals.
Cibolo Creek Ranch is a beautiful recreational ranch just northeast of Boerne. The bluff overlooks Cibolo Creek with 1,200 +/- feet of private frontage on both sides of the creek. The terrain on the ranch changes with varying elevations above 1,600 +/- feet and features a 1930's rock homestead with a 3 bed/2 bath setup and a sleeping loft.
Gorgeous tract with major live water frontage along its entire north and east boundaries. The north end boasts 480 +/- feet of wide Guadalupe River centerline frontage and the east boundary includes about 680 +/- feet of Verde Creek. There are large cypress along the river bank and pecan trees on the main hilltop. The Seller has done a great job cleaning up the property. The grass is frequently manicured and all of the underbrush has been removed. A phenomenal property to construct a permanent residence with live-water views. Serves as a wonderful piece of recreational land for friends and family to enjoy kayaking, tubing and fishing. The frontage road and west boundary are fenced.
Long-time family ranch southwest of Sonora. Several nice draws run through the ranch. Nice long-range views. A good road system is in place, the majority all-weather caliche roads. Surrounded by large neighboring long-time family owned ranches. Has a set of cattle pens and loading dock.
Los Corrales Ranch is a long time owned South Texas hunting and cattle ranch located about 14 miles west of Hebbronville. This is property is a blank canvas that is partially high fenced with a good whitetail population and excellent dove and quail hunting.
With approximately 2+/- miles of river access, Pecos River Ranch is an incredible year-round recreational paradise. The ranch features towering hills, a good road system, canyons, live water, and hunting opportunities. The main house and bunk house are located at the headquarters and a river cabin overlooks the rapids of the Pecos River.
The current owner has planned and implemented improvements well over the last 11+ years. It is set up and ready to go and can be enjoyed from day one.
South Texas vegetation covers this property including blackbrush, guayacan, guajillo and other high protein brush. Throughout the ranch are 9 blinds, 10 protein feeders and 10 corn feeders with feeder pens, strategically located for hunting.
This beautiful ranch is full of live oaks and has spectacular views. Several nice draws run through the ranch, with deep mesquite flats. The ranch has been owned by the same owner for approximately 10+ years. Abundant free-roaming game includes Whitetail, Axis, Blackbuck and feral hogs.
First-time offering in over 40 years! This incredible and unspoiled property straddles Tarpley Pass, located between Bandera and Tarpley. You simply must see the ranch and it’s striking beauty. Stunning hill top building sites, some with 360-degree views. Property elevations range from 1,560’+/- to 1,920’+/- asl.
Bear Creek Ranch is a very unique hunting/recreational and live water ranch and is in a special class of properties.
Flying L Ranch is part of a large hunting and cattle ranch located southeast of Sonora. Terrain on the ranch is flat to a little roll with good mesquite deep soil land and nice oak motts. Good road system runs through the ranch with the headquarters located towards the eastern part of the property. Abundant game on the ranch.
Eastland County Ranch is characterized by areas of elevation changes from bottom land to mesa tops, and by Live Oak, Post Oak and Spanish Oak hardwoods and mesquite. Presently, the owner is using the ranch for livestock and hunting. Perimeter fencing is in place and the ranch is accessed from a paved county road.
The seller released managed bucks and bred whitetail does in 2014. No known access easements effect the ranch. There are two pipeline easements and an electrical easement.
This is one of the nicest ranches on the market in Edwards or the surrounding counties. The property is high fenced.
Great underground water, 8 nice-sized tanks and several smaller ones. With water lines run to 8 of the tanks, there is the capability to keep them full for wildlife and waterfowl. The break down of brush is approximately 30%+/- of the 790+/- acres. The owner previously has run comfortably 300-350 head of cattle on the property.
LM Ranch is a unique property with gently rolling terrain, good native grasses, and perimeter fencing. Incredible views of the San Saba River drainage valley to the south and Hwy 190 road frontage are impressive features.
Beautiful La Sendera Ranch features vast hill tops and views of the lovely Llano River Valley. Native live oak flourishes on the property and the road system is in good condition. A gorgeous home rests among large pecan trees.
Twin Oaks Ranch features a fenced headquarters with a beautiful rock home and nice barn. The ranch perimeter is completely high-fenced and divided into high-fenced pastures.
This South Texas Ranch has it all! High-fence, live water and most of all—location! Situated in the 624 corridor the hunting is spectacular. The ranch has been well maintained and the roads and senderos are wide and cleared. There is a wide variety of South Texas vegetation, and live oaks and hackberry are abundant along the river.