Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
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.
Triple W Ranch is long-time family owned 4,323 +/- acre working and recreational ranch that features long-range views, quality hunting and a well-manicured headquarters.
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.
This is one of the nicest all-around properties in this price range to hit the market. The ranch is very versatile and offers a great getaway, and still can be very productive. Properties of this type do not hit the market very often and this ranch is just the right size for a family retreat. Don’t miss your chance to own a great ranch in a highly sought after area.
The Riggan Farm is a versatile 772 +/- acre farm with 1 Carrizo aquifer irrigation well servicing 5 pivot irrigation systems just 2.7 miles east of Pearsall, Texas in Frio County offering a buyer the opportunity to farm and graze. There is a good amount of cross fencing for cattle grazing rotation and a working cattle pen. The 772 +/- acre farm has an irrigation well, (3) full circle pivots, a 60% circle pivot, a 25% circle pivot and a stock tank.
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.
Crabapple Peak Ranch is a unique 249+/- acre ranch known for breathtaking views. At the top of an impressive hill in the west section is one of the BEST 360 degree views in the Hill Country. A nicely restored house, several sheds, and a storage tank are included.
The 127+/- acre ranch has approximately 1,800+/- ft of both sides of West Sister Creek. Jung Creek traverses for 2,000+/- ft, and a large 4+/- acre lake site, when full.
602+/- acre ranch. The main roads are good all-weather roads and the ranch is high-fenced on 3 sides with the western part low-fenced against a 2,100+/- acre neighbor. This ranch has good soils with mesquite flats and nice oak trees.
First-time offering of this beautiful live-water ranch located between Fredericksburg and Comfort with beautiful Bear Creek running through the property. On the property is a nice 3-4 acre lake that is the focal point of the property. Many beautiful building sites are located on the property and from the hill overlooking the lake and the Bear Creek valley.
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.
Owenville Road Ranch is a combination of two family owned adjoining ranches. The properties can be purchased together or separately.
J Bar J Ranch is a rare find in Kimble County. Picturesque valleys and hilltops with long-range views make this property exceptional. The ranch has access to both sides of Big Saline Creek. A furnished home, barn and cattle pens are included.
The FCH Ranch is located in southeastern Sutton County, about 22 miles southwest of Roosevelt. Located in an area of larger working and recreational ranches. Terrain consists of nice hilltop views, heavily vegetated draws and deep soil flats.
First offering of this ranch in the same family since the early 1970's. With Cypress Creek and productive coastal fields.
The 520 +/- acre Salt Gap Ranch is an exceptional low fenced hunting and recreational ranch with Brady Mountain views, a comfortable 4B/3.5B home and excellent hunting. Located just 20 miles northwest of Brady, Texas, on the Concho/McCulloch County line, the ranch is accessed by paved FM 503 frontage road, stretching over half of a mile. Electricity extends through the interior of the ranch and the all-weather roads are in good condition. This turn-key, ag exempt ranch is primed and ready for its next owner to enjoy immediately.
The 520 +/- acre Salt Gap Ranch is an exceptional low fenced hunting and recreational ranch with Brady Mountain views, a comfortable 4B/3.5B home and excellent hunting. Located just 20 miles northwest of Brady, Texas, on the Concho/McCulloch County line. Electricity extends through the interior of the ranch and the all-weather roads are in good condition.
You’ll enjoy spending the weekend on this beautiful ranch while scouting the many available building sites, or hunting, leisurely fishing or swimming. The North Llano River flows along the northeast boundary of the ranch. Two live creeks—Maynard and Frog Creeks—flow through this ranch. 1-D-1 AG exemption.
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.
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.