Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
The KC Ranch is known for abundant wildlife and superb live water, with frontage on both sides of a nice deep creek. The ranch has nice elevation changes and diversity in terrain, makes this high-fenced ranch unique for the area. Opportunities to kayak or canoe, and deep fishing holes are found along the creek. Water is plentiful, in addition to the creek, the ranch has a 50 +/- gpm water well and a water line from the Lipan-Kickapoo Water District.
Amazing views and good hunting are just a few features of the Double Diamond Ranch. The main house has a garage and workshop. A large livestock barn with cattle pens is included.
The KrisJenn Ranch is a 980 +/- acre, high-fenced hunting ranch with some of the best live-water in South Texas, located just 11 miles southeast of Uvalde, Texas. The property features South Texas terrain with good brush and cover that transitions into the beautiful Frio River bottom where majestic pecans and large cypress trees line its banks. Endless opportunities to serve as a family getaway, corporate retreat, or income-producing ranch. Turn-key improvements, premier live-water, as well as excellent hunting and fishing, elevate this ranch to an exclusive category of its own.
Ideally located between Marble Falls and Burnet lies the Brownlee Ranch. The location of this ranch is a bonus for a personal ranch or possibly residential development, situated at the corner of Highway 281 and Park Road 4. Nearby towns offer restaurants and shopping, and the proximity to the area's recreational lakes and Longhorn Caverns State Park is highly desirable.
Highly improved - the MoJo Ranch features a full suite of desirable ranch attributes, including hunting and productive cattle pastures. The ranch is high-fenced and cross high-fenced. There are cross-fenced pastures, improved ranch roads, underground water piping, outbuildings, and a nice front entrance. The main home is located at the edge of a wooded area and has a great view across the ranch. Nearby is a hunting lodge, and near the front entrance is a foreman’s home and equipment barns.
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.
Located in sought-after Kimble County - The Running H Ranch features beautiful rolling terrain with some higher hilltops that provide longer views. The property is being sold off a larger ranch called the Stone Ledge Ranch. The valley land on the 1,052 +/- AC ranch features good oak and hardwood cover. Juniper has been cleared in some areas. Most of the ranch is accessible using good pasture roads. The ranch is high-fenced around all the perimeters and down the middle, which divides the property into 520-530+/- acre pastures.
Deer Valley Ranch is located in southwest Sutton County, about 23 miles southwest of Sonora. Nice improvements are in place with a home and metal barn. The ranch has good terrain change with long-range views, heavily vegetated draws, and good mesquite flats.
Owenville Road Ranch is a combination of two family owned adjoining ranches. The properties can be purchased together or separately.
Live Oak Ranch is a nice, ready-to-use 1,168 +/- acre ranch with good improvements set up to host family, friends or clients. Multiple houses, barn and a workshop provide a seasonal income from a hunting operation.
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.
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.
Newly listed, the Bear Hollow Ranch is secluded amongst one large ranch and only has two neighbors. This 1,363 +/- acre ranch features plentiful hardwoods that dot the pastures, and the terrain offers exceptional long-range views. The owner has owned the ranch for many years and has managed and taken care of the ranch over the years.
Bear Creek Ranch is a very unique hunting/recreational and live water ranch and is in a special class of properties.
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.
The Dos Amigos Ranch is a highly improved property ready for immediate use as a personal ranch or as an income producing property. The whitetail population has been well managed for many years.
Dunbar Draw Ranch is a 1,505 +/- acre property with long-range views and an abundance of game for hunting. Rolling terrain, a wooded draw, and frequent sightings of turkey are highlights of the ranch. The headquarters includes a nice pond, a rock house, a guest house, and a barn with working cattle pens.
Great South Texas ranch - The La Leyenda Ranch is a turnkey and high-fenced property that features awesome whitetail genetics, many lakes, senderos, and a good road system. Improvements consist of a lodge, guest/foreman’s house, deer facilities, and equipment barns. This ranch is a must-see property that offers an abundance of wildlife, views, and recreation.
In the same family since the late 1980s - The Wolf Ranch is set up as a combination cattle and hunting ranch. The terrain is rolling with some higher hilltops with long-range views. The elevation on the ranch ranges from approximately 2,130+/- asl to 2,310+/- asl. Bisecting the ranch is the Dry Llano River drainage area that falls from south to north. The valley land on the ranch has good oak and hardwood cover. Other parts of the ranch have live oaks and juniper that provide excellent cover, with mesquite trees in the property's deeper soils. Most of the ranch is accessible with good pasture roads. There are large neighboring ranches all boundaries of the property. The ranch is partially high fenced, with an older high fence on the north and west boundaries and a good high fence on the west border and low fenced on the south boundary.
The Cox-Mills Ranch is the epitome of a beautiful and spacious West Texas ranch. The terrain includes a superb combination of rolling hills and deep canyons that provides unobstructed picturesque views throughout the ranch. The property is void of any structural improvements, providing a blank canvas to its next owner. The ranch is currently under an ag exemption and has on-site electricity.
The road system includes good interior ranch roads. County Road 406 bisects the ranch for 4.8 +/- miles. About one-third of the ranch is on the west side of County Road 406, while the remaining acreage is located on the east side of the paved road. County Road 408 runs 4,100 +/- feet down a portion of the south boundary line as well.