Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas Ranches for Sale
Great underground water, 8 nice-sized tanks and several smaller ones. With water lines run to 8 of the tanks, there is the capability to keep them full for wildlife and waterfowl. The break down of brush is approximately 30%+/- of the 790+/- acres. The owner previously has run comfortably 300-350 head of cattle on the property.
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.
LM Ranch is a unique property with gently rolling terrain, good native grasses, and perimeter fencing. Incredible views of the San Saba River drainage valley to the south and Hwy 190 road frontage are impressive features.
Beautiful La Sendera Ranch features vast hill tops and views of the lovely Llano River Valley. Native live oak flourishes on the property and the road system is in good condition. A gorgeous home rests among large pecan trees.
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.
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.
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.
Two large water reservoirs provide excellent fishing, hunting and recreational opportunities. Hunters compound with 3 ranch houses shaded by live oak trees and outdoor entertainment area. Caretakers ranch house, RV hook up with water, sewer, telephone, Internet, concrete pad, fenced. Wet weather creek runs through the middle of the ranch.
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.
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.
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.
Nice Divide Country ranch that is set up and ready to go for the new owner. Good quality native and exotic wildlife, along with well-managed habitat. The main road going east and west is paved and the other roads are in good condition.
L 4 Ranch is a nice Divide Country ranch that is set up and ready to go for the new owner. The property includes good quality native and exotic wildlife, along with well-managed habitat. A modular home is located near the entrance.
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.
Quail Ridge is East of Mason County. The land is gently rolling with very little granite outcropping and offers clear long range views across the Hill Country. The current owner has remodeled the existing cabin, added new fencing, new deer blinds, new wildlife feeders, water storage and dry goods storage. Two stock ponds , Ag exempt, water well.
Spring Lake Ranch is a 347 +/- acre property in the Texas Hill Country. In the main valley, the creek has been dammed into a nice lake. A good road system maneuvers through three main valleys, climbing to multiple hilltops for great views.
North Llano River Ranch features clear flowing North Llano River and abundant game. The most impressive feature on the ranch is 1,700' +/- of North Llano River lined with beautiful mature pecan trees. A three bedroom home, windmill, and stock tank are included.
Three Creeks Ranch offers long range views of Sister Creek Valley, exceptional building sites and unique water designed by nature. Three Kendall County creeks, the Jung Creek, Platten Creek and West Sister Creek converge at the ranches northern boundary and split into two diverse water channels through the middle of the ranch.
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.