July 2024 TRFS Update


NEW! Spring Branch Ranch is an exceptional 150± acre property located in a prime area close to Spring Branch, New Braunfels, San Antonio, and Canyon Lake amenities, all while enjoying the tranquility of country living. This long-time family-owned land is on the market for the first time and offers easy accessibility and stunning long-range views. With its serene hill country ambiance and numerous mature live oaks, the ranch provides an ideal setting for a permanent residence or weekend getaway.

NEW! Located in Live Oak County, 20± minutes from Mathis or 45± minutes from Corpus Christi, the 81.95± acre Nueces River Cove Ranch is an unrestricted property ideal for recreation, hiking, fishing, kayaking, and hunting. It has a one-room portable building cabin, electricity, and a water well. You can also have a place to stay while building to suit or subdivide with adequate road frontage.

JUST SOLD! Two Tall Ranch is a 25± acre property with incredible potential. There is a 392± sf cabin with a 224± sf porch. The cabin is equipped with water, septic, and electric. Additionally, there is a 480± sf empty slab that could be used for another structure. A great mix of mature oak trees are scattered throughout the property. The ranch has a great wildlife habitat, diverse native vegetation, and access to various cities. Additionally, a blind and feeder are set up on one of the numerous game trails on the property.


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 2.32%. This is excellent news for the moment! Stay informed about current water conditions.


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Kimble County Ranches For Sale

Kimble County, located in the picturesque Texas Hill Country, is celebrated for its rugged beauty, rich history, and close-knit community. Established in 1858, the county features rolling hills, clear rivers, and the charming city of Junction. With a deep respect for its historical roots and a commitment to preserving its natural resources, Kimble County offers a welcoming and serene environment for residents and visitors alike.


Kimble County was established in 1858 and named after George C. Kimble, a hero of the Texas Revolution who died at the Battle of the Alamo. The area was originally inhabited by Native American tribes, including the Apache and Comanche, before European settlers arrived in the mid-19th century. The county's history is marked by its development as a ranching and agricultural hub, with early settlers establishing farms and ranches that remain integral to the local economy. Historic sites such as the Kimble County Courthouse and the Junction Texas Historical Museum offer deep insights into the county’s storied past and its contributions to Texas history.


Kimble County, located in the Texas Hill Country, features a diverse and picturesque landscape. The county is characterized by rolling hills, fertile farmland, and clear rivers, with the Llano River being a prominent geographical feature. This river provides essential water resources and recreational opportunities. The terrain includes woodlands, grasslands, and riparian zones, supporting a variety of plant and animal life. The climate is semi-arid, with hot summers and mild winters, making the area suitable for agriculture and outdoor activities.


Kimble County's cultural heritage is deeply rooted in its ranching traditions and frontier history. The county hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, celebrating its history and community spirit.The annual Kimble County Rodeo and the Wild Game Dinner are major events that draw visitors from across the region.

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Kimble County Ranches For Sale

Gateway to Hill Country Serenity
County Seat
Annual Rainfall
23± IN
1,250± SQ MI
1,476± to 2,460± FT
Mean Temperature

January 33°F

July 97°F

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