Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
Downie Draw Ranch features long draws and beautiful bluffs. The extensive landscape of rolling hills, valleys, and canyons create long-range views. The ranch has nice rich soil and a hunter's cabin that overlooks beautiful hills. Hunting is good with abundant game including whitetail, elk, dove, and other native species. Multiple feeders and troughs have been placed throughout the ranch for game access.
Situated among a pristine Hill Country setting, the Rock Head Ranch is an impressive 4,008 +/- acre, high-fenced hunting and recreational ranch located 23+/- miles southwest of Mason, Texas off of FM 1871. This turn-key showplace has all the attributes desired by ranchers and sportsmen alike. The improvements on the property have been meticulously constructed to take advantage of the outstanding terrain with fertile bottomland, which transitions to elevated views atop numerous plateaus and the highly coveted Blue Mountains. Call today to schedule a tour of this primed ranch that can be utilized as a personal recreation property or an income-producing operation.
Located just north of Alice with frontage on Highway 281 and Highway 359. This farm has been very productive for many years and has been under the same ownership for several generations. Good road frontage on two highways and several county roads make the farm easily accessible. Seller may keep the 100+/- acres on the eastern boundary on County Road 240.
The Tarancahuas Creek Ranch is approximately 3,204+/- acres in one high-fenced pasture with a 6.2+/- acre DMP pen in place. The ranch's headquarters is well-equipped for a family or corporate ranch retreat. The ranch has a good mixture of native brush species perfect for growing large deer. Tarancahuas Creek runs through the northeastern and eastern part of the property, with large bull mesquite trees located along with it.
One of the finest game ranches in the Hill Country, comprised of 2,682+/- acres, the ranch has been improved and managed with the utmost attention to detail. The main lodge and hunter’s quarters were designed for entertaining, and the ranch is very well suited for a family or corporate retreat. The ranch is home to the world record Axis buck taken in 2015, which scored a Gold Award 180” as well as the 6th place Axis buck that was harvested in 2019. Large groups of Axis deer are commonly seen throughout the ranch. This ranch has well-managed habitat and well-planned road and blind placement to optimize the hunting on the ranch. Neighboring the 20,000+/- acre Canyon Ranch, it is a game haven. Much of the cedar has been removed over the years, enabling the native grasses to thrive for wildlife.
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.
The Wolf Ranch is a good combination hunting and cattle ranch that has been in the same family since the late 1980s. 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.
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.
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.
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.
The MoJo Ranch brings 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 situated 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.
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.
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.
The Double R Ranch West Pasture is located on Highway 90 with easy access from San Antonio or Houston. The terrain has a nice roll with a good drainage area with Arenosa Creek bisecting the property from north to south. Good fertile bottoms with food plots. Electricity is available along Highway 90.
The Double R Ranch is a well-shaped ranch ideally located on paved Highway 90 with easy access from San Antonio or Houston. Located towards the middle of the ranch is a modular home, and water well with large concrete storage pila. Towards the front of the ranch is an area with electricity that could be used as a hunter or guest area to hookup an RV. Roads on the ranch are in good shape.
The Double R Ranch Middle Pasture is located on Highway 90 with easy access from San Antonio or Houston. The terrain has a nice roll with a good drainage area with Arenosa Creek bisecting the property from north to south. Good fertile bottoms with food plots. Two water wells one will be set up as an electric submersible and the other is a solar well.
Great Frio County ranch that is an affordable-sized 322+/- acres ready to use having multiple hunting scenarios cut through the heavy South Texas brush with mesquite and cactus flats, a tilled food plot, two stock tanks, hunter’s cabin, bunk house, barn, cattle pens, and implement shed.
The ranch features the clear flowing North Llano River. One of the top features of the ranch is the 2,000'+/- (Subject to New Survey) of North Llano River lined with beautiful mature pecan trees. A 3/2 home, barns, water well, and stock tank are part of the ranch.
Towering views and a remarkable landscape ascends this ranch to a class of its own. Beautiful hilltops provide impressive long-range views, where building a permanent home or weekend getaway cabin would be incredible. A few of these elevated views capture Enchanted Rock from a distance.
Sandy Creek traverses through the middle of the ranch for 3,000 +/- feet. This big canyon has large native trees which include, Walnut, Cherry, and Cedar Elm. There are beautiful limestone features that have been carved out over the years in the bottom of the canyon. Water will pool and spill over when the spring is flowing, during wet parts of the year. Additional draws funnel into Sandy Creek, which have created a beautiful setting with many picturesque ridges and valleys. This ranch would serve as a wonderful recreational property to hike, explore and discover. The versatile terrain would make this a superb hunting ranch as well.
The Riley Mountain Ranch, located on one of the highest points in Llano County, has spectacular long-range views! The elevation at the highest part of the property is 1,800+/- asl. Located on the property is a good water well with piped water to several water troughs. Electricity runs through the property in several areas. Perimeter fences are low fenced.