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.
The Faulkner Ranch is one of the finest turn-key hunting ranches available in all of the Texas Hill Country. When first driving onto the ranch, one cannot help but notice and appreciate the superior land management that has been faithfully practiced. Owned and operated by the same family for nearly 25 years, this established ranch is primed for a smooth transition to its next owner. Located in southwestern Kerr County just west of the charming town of Hunt, this 4,540 +/- acre ranch is a haven for both native and exotic wildlife. Completely high-fenced, the property has frontage on both Highway 39 and FM 187 for easy accessibility.
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.
Situated among an immaculate 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 meticulously constructed improvements and outstanding terrain with fertile bottomland transitions into 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 property or an income-producing operation.
The Cayendo Cuernos 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.
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 Arenosa Creek Ranch is a well-shaped ranch ideally located on paved Highway 90 with easy access from San Antonio or Houston. The property has a good roll to it with a large drainage area and Arenosa Creek, a wet weather creek, meandering through it. Large oaks and other hardwoods are located throughout the ranch. A headquarters with a modular home and water well is in place, as well as a hunter/guest area setup with hookups for trailers and RVs. The low-fenced ranch is set up and ready to go for the next owner; there is a short distance of high fencing in the northeast corner.
Bar C 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. Seller will convey owned minerals with an acceptable offer
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.
Running S River Ranch is a superb combination of abundant wildlife and live water. The property is predominately high fenced with access to miles of both sides of the Colorado River. The river bottom contains trees that provide thick cover for wildlife. Hilltops above the river provide excellent views. A two-bedroom home and a metal building with a processing area are included.
The Dolan Creek Road Ranch offers a wide variety of landscapes with the convergence of the Edwards Plateau and Rio Grande Plain brushland. The ranch has been owned by the Pusard family for many years, and this is the last part of the original 6,000+/- acres that they owned. The terrain includes a nice combination of rolling hills and canyons, which provides good views from many vantage points. The property does not have any structural improvements, providing a blank canvas to its next owner. The ranch is currently under an ag exemption, and electricity runs through the southern part of the property.
Ideally located between Marble Falls and Burnet lies the Long Branch Springs 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 Bullhead Creek forms a horseshoe shape for 7,000+/- feet through the ranch. It is extremely unique to have both sides of your very own creek; this makes this property a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The ranch has been family owned for 50 years. One can imagine the earlier days when Indians inhabited the area and made their camps along the creek. Over the years, the owners have found numerous Indian artifacts, and there is plenty more to explore! New Creek, which flows approximately 1,300+/- into Bullhead Creek, runs by a historic site of an old school. The owners have indicated that there was a gristmill located on the property. A spring, from an adjacent property, runs through the ranch via a canal, which provides water to the large cypress trees near the home.
The Lonesome Oak Ranch is located just 6+/- miles east of Pearsall. The property features two wet weather creeks, a house, a large stock tank, blinds, and feeders. Fencing is in place, and abundant game is frequently sighted.
The North Circle B Ranch has gently rolling terrain and nice bottomland. The ranch fronts a paved county road, with two gates as access points. There is a good road system through the ranch. The views to the southwest are long range and show the beauty of the property.
Up until the early 1990s, part of this property was operated as an irrigated pecan orchard. After almost 30 years of rest, the native brush dominates the property, along with Hackberry and Pecan trees scattered throughout. The orchard was watered using a 550+/- feet deep Carrizo water well. The native habitat makes this an attractive recreation hunting ranch for bobwhite quail, blue quail, whitetail deer, dove, and wild hogs.
Ranging in acreage from 125+/- acres to 197+/- acres, Live Oak Ranches are good hunting and recreational tracts that can be combined to make larger tracts if desired. This tract is 197+/- acres. The gently rolling terrain has an abundance of thick native grass and abundant wildlife.
Situated among a unique Central Texas setting, Hidden Lakes Ranch is a 196 +/- acre ranch, located 16 +/- miles northwest of Waco, Texas off of paved Patton Lake Road. The ranch has a nice combination of open pasture land, heavily wooded areas, and 20 +/- surface acres of spring fed lakes. The opportunities are endless for this property to serve as a corporate retreat, youth camp, wedding venue, event center, or personal ranch.
The Ewald Ranch is a 184.2+/- acre ready-to-use cattle/horse ranch located in the Dilley area. It could potentially be developed into a great bird hunting operation, or a combination of both grazing and hunting. Native brush along the wet-weather creek makes up 20% of the property, with several catch-stock ponds, and is an excellent habitat for wildlife. The remaining 80% is cleared for grazing and/or food plots with eight cross-fenced pastures, working pens, implement shed, metal barn, three stock tanks, two water wells, and an older, large one-story house.
Ranging in acreage from 125+/- acres to 197+/- acres, Live Oak Ranches are good hunting and recreational tracts that can be combined to make larger tracts if desired. This tract is 180+/- acres. The gently rolling terrain has an abundance of thick native grass and abundant wildlife.