Republic Ranches, LLC


Republic Ranches is an elite farm, ranch and rural properties brokerage firm serving Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Louisiana, Colorado, Arkansas and, via a strategic alliance with Fay Ranches, the Rocky Mountain West. Republic Ranches is one of the most powerful land brokerages in the country. We have offices in Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Hondo, Houston, and San Antonio that allow us to effectively cover a broad region home to some of the finest ranches in North America. Our well-connected presence in the major cities gives us access to qualified buyers who nowadays often come from the capital-rich major metro areas. As a team, we bring to bear a new level of professionalism, talent, dedication, and unwavering ethics on behalf of our clients.
$490,000  •  71 acres
This beautiful piece of property, located less than an hour from downtown Houston, offers a tremendous variety of outdoor activities for the whole family. There is a fishing lake recently stocked with bass, catfish, perch, and baitfish, 5 duck hunting ponds between 8 and 11 acres each, and a 9-acre hay field or dove hunting field in front. LOCATION The property is located on County Road 210 between Danbury and Liverpool and is less than 50 miles from Houston. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT This is flat prairie country that has had most of the property leveed up into ponds or wetland units. There are 6 different ponds used for both fishing and duck, goose and crane hunting. There is also a field in front of the property that is currently being used as a hay field, but has been used as a dove hunting field planted in millets, milo and sunflowers in the past. Most of the trees on this place are willows and there are large Cypress and Pine trees planted around the ponds. WILDLIFE Excellent waterfowl hunting has been experienced on this ranch and the area is well known as a historic duck hunting area. There are some deer and hogs found on the property. The field at the front of the property can be good for dove hunting. There are also alligators in the area and harvest tags could be obtained from TPWD. The ponds could also be used to harvest crawfish commercially or for personal use. Currently, the property is under Wildlife Tax Exemption. IMPROVEMENTS The property has good roads around the perimeter and most of the lakes. There is a small cabin with a deck in the middle of the property but no electricity has been brought to it. Each wetland unit/pond is built with drainage pipes/boards to manage the water depth of each unit individually. WATER There is not a current water well on the property, however groundwater is available in this area. Water for the lakes can be purchased from Gulf Coast Water Authority with access to Brazos River Authority canal system. ELECTRICITY There are electric lines along the county road frontage. AREA HISTORY This area is known for great waterfowl hunting. This property is surrounded on three sides by a large duck hunting club. This aids the property in holding waterfowl in the area and improves the duck hunting potential for this property.
$1,850,000  •  87 acres
The Sierra Leone River Ranch is an outstanding multi-use property located just outside of Iredell, Texas. Updated improvements, convenience, and river frontage are just some of the highlights of this unique ranch. A custom entryway off of Hwy 6 and additional frontage provide paved and convenient accessibility. The ranch has great symmetry with options for grazing, cultivation, recreation, and multiple means of entry to enjoy the Bosque River. LOCATION This property is conveniently located just outside the city limits of Iredell. It can be accessed from Hwy 6 or S Meridian St via paved roads and located 10 minutes from the buzzing town of Hico with unique shopping and dining experiences. Centrally located 1 hour from Waco, 1.5 hour SW of Fort Worth, and 2 hours North of Austin. A short 30 minute drive to Stephenville, TX home to Tarleton State University. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The improved portion is located on the west side near the frontage. This section is elevated with great views of the surrounding area and the river bottom. The majority of the bottomland provides income-producing hay crops and the remaining pastures afford native grassland for grazing and wildlife. The pasture areas consist of both improved and native grasses. The bottomland of the property is in the floodplain but is rare to exceed its banks. Many mature oak and pecan trees are around the improvements, along the river, and following the seasonal creek near the southern boundary. WILDLIFE The ranch has great hunting options with many attractive qualities to draw in wildlife including large whitetail deer. The food plots provide an excellent food source and the river an unlimited water supply. Large Oak and other mature trees offer shade, cover, and an acorn crop. The river contributes abundant fishing opportunities for bass, catfish, crappie, and gar while providing a haven for migrating geese and resident populations of dove, duck, heron, and turkey. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch-style home was built in 1982 and boasts 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with roughly 2,756 sqft. The home has been completely remodeled and features tasteful designs as well as functionality. Saltillo tile and bamboo flooring are consistent throughout the home. There is good bedroom separation with the master situated on the opposite side for ultimate privacy. A fully updated kitchen, open floor pan, enclosed front patio, and large laundry room complement the home well. The ranch has well-maintained fencing and cross-fencing. There is a recently constructed 3,000 sqft covered 5-stall horse barn with runs that have both water and electricity. The adjacent silo can be used for a tack room or office area. Additionally, the property includes a 28×50 equipment barn with connected livestock pens. WATER The North Bosque River is a prime water feature on the ranch and provides approximately .4 miles of frontage. Multiple points of access to the river with areas for swimming, fishing, kayaking, or just enjoying the relaxing sound of the rapids. There is also a wet-weather creek that transcends the property approximately 2,000ft. ELECTRICITY The improvements are serviced by well water to the Trinity aquifer and co-op electric. MINERALS Surface only, the seller does not own any minerals. The annual property taxes are approximately $3,600. Ranch shown by appointment only.
$3,274,790  •  373 acres
Located just one mile south of FM 624 near Orange Grove, Texas in rapidly growing Nueces County lies 373±- undeveloped acres at the corner of CR 101 and FM 1833. The ranch is uniquely positioned to be utilized as a recreational retreat almost in town or has the potential to be developed as the city moves west down FM 624. You can experience solitude and peace while enjoying the close proximity to restaurants, grocery stores and the amenities of town. We are offering this property as a whole or it can be bought in 1-4 parcels from 75-113 acres. LOCATION The ranch is located at the corner of CR 101 and FM 1833 in Bluntzer, Texas between Calallen and Orange Grove. With easy access down 624, Corpus Christi is a short 30 minute drive while Calallen is 15 minutes east. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The property is a mix of open ground with areas of more dense brush along the drainage areas. The topography is generally flat except for the drainage traversing the property, giving thicker cover for the wildlife sought after in the area. The pasture ground has been used for cattle grazing and recreational hunting in the past but has been rested since December. WILDLIFE Although it is close to town, there is a very healthy population of deer, turkey, quail, dove and hogs. IMPROVEMENTS There is an old set of working pens but no other on-site improvements. WATER There is 1 water well on the property and 2 older irrigation wells that would need to be tested for productivity and fitted with new equipment. There are 2 tanks on the property that hold water in wetter months but could be equipped with a water line to enhance water features. ELECTRICITY There is electricity along CR 101 and FM 1833 and also 2 lines that come into the property from CR 101. MINERALS This is a surface-only sale. No production on site.
$1,385,500  •  193 acres
Located along a beautiful country drive outside of Beeville is The Hollow Draw Ranch. A weekend getaway or a potential homesite ranch with scenic topography, moss covered majestic oaks and a wonderful array of native brush local to the region. Entering the ranch, you will dive off into the draw and meander on a great road system pulling you away from the city and into the country to enjoy tranquility and the great outdoors. With scenic views, giant moss covered oak trees and the chance to build your own ranch, this is a wonderful opportunity to come to Bee County and make a place of your own. LOCATION The ranch is Located 9 miles northwest of Beeville, Texas in Bee County. The ranch fronts paved FM 673 providing easy access from Austin, Houston, San Antonio and Corpus Christi. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The Hollow Draw Ranch is in a portion of Bee County that has excellent topographic relief giving way to beautiful sunrises and sunsets. With elevation ranging from 370’ down to 320’ in the draw there are great opportunities for a homesite amongst the Oaks meanwhile getting lost in the bottomlands of the property. In the drainages, there are old growth oak trees, elms and hackberry’s while the tops have scattered oaks and mixed brush consistent with the area. There is ample grazing country throughout with good native grasses. WILDLIFE The Hollow Draw is home to a great combination of game species for your year round enjoyment and management. There is a great population of deer. And this area has and can grow great trophy quality with proper management. With the roosting trees all along the drainage, there are a lot of turkeys for your springtime pleasure. There are also strong populations of quail, hogs and predators. This ranch was lightly hunted last year and is ready for a new owner to come in and make it their own. IMPROVEMENTS There are no structural improvements on the ranch. WATER There are 3 ponds scattered throughout the ranch providing ample water to livestock and wildlife. 2 of the ponds are in the creek system and are surrounded by century oaks providing a beautiful setting for all events. ELECTRICITY There is electricity on site. MINERALS This is a surface only sale.
$749,999  •  60 acres
The Prairie Haven Ranch is the perfect opportunity to build your dream house on acreage within an hour drive of the DFW metroplex. The property offers all the benefits of county living with all the necessary amenities within a short drive of the ranch. It is located in the desirable area of fast-growing Wise County where development and population numbers are booming. LOCATION The ranch is located in northwest Wise County on County Road 1480 between Chico and Alvord. The ranch is located less than 10 minutes from Chico or Alvord. It is 11 miles north east of Decator, and about 50 miles from either Denton or Fort Worth. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch is composed almost entirely of native pasture land with small sections of wooded area. The large pasture makes for excellent grazing land as well as hay production. WILDLIFE There is an abundance of deer and turkeys found on this ranch with little to no hunting pressure on the property. It is not uncommon to see a multitude of deer roaming the pastures in the early hours of the morning and last light in the evening. Feral hogs, coyotes, bobcats and other predators are also found on the ranch. With the ranch’s proximity to Lake Bridgeport, it is normal to see waterfowl utilizing the stock tank when the weather turns cold. The most common ducks found on the property are gadwall, widgeon, teal, pintail, mallards, and ringnecks. The dove hunting is good, with consistent birds each year. IMPROVEMENTS The property has great perimeter fencing as well as a 1960 1,354 square foot house. WATER The ranch has a pond used for livestock on the northern portion of the property. There is also a seasonal creek that borders the ranch on the south east portion of the ranch. The ranch sits over the Trinity Aquifer where most well depths are around 200 feet and produce an ample amount of water. The ranch has a well for the house, with the rate of this well unknown. It is very common in this area to have wells exceed 10 GPM. ELECTRICITY There is electricity available to the property. MINERALS Minerals are not included. TAXES The ranch is ag exempt. EASEMENTS There are buried natural gas pipelines owned by Targa Midstream Services and Atmos present on the property.
$1,575,000  •  126 acres
The Wise Prairie Ranch is the ideal place to build your dream home or retreat on acreage within an hour drive of the DFW metroplex. The property offers all the benefits of county living with all the necessary amenities within a short drive of the ranch. It is located in the desirable area of fast-growing Wise County where development and population numbers are booming. This tract of land provides a very unique opportunity to own property with large amounts of paved road frontage. With over 4000’ of frontage on County Road 1475 this tract allows investors to develop this ranch into multiple homesites or ranchettes. LOCATION The ranch is located in northwest Wise County on County Road 1480 and County Road 1475 between Chico and Alvord. The ranch is located less than 10 minutes from Chico or Alvord. It is 11 miles north east of Decator, and about 50 miles from either Denton or Fort Worth. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch is composed largely of native pasture land with small sections of wooded area. Heavy tree cover is found on the southern end of the property around Mudhole Branch Creek providing excellent wildlife habitat. WILDLIFE There is an abundance of deer and turkeys found on this ranch with little to no hunting pressure on the property. It is not uncommon to see a multitude of deer roaming the pastures in the early hours of the morning and last light in the evening. Feral hogs, coyotes, bobcats and other predators are also found on the ranch. With the ranch’s proximity to Lake Bridgeport, it is normal to see waterfowl utilizing the stock tanks when the weather turns cold. The most common ducks found on the property are gadwall, widgeon, teal, pintail, mallards, and ringnecks. The dove hunting is good, with consistent birds each year. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch has great perimeter fencing as well as a 1982 3,052 square foot house. The house has 4 bedrooms and 4 1⁄2 baths. In addition, there is also a two story rock barn presence on the property. WATER The ranch has 5 ponds on it, with the largest being roughly half acre in size. They have held water consistently and are used for livestock. Mudhole Branch Creek runs the southern end of the property. The ranch sits over the Trinity Aquifer where most well depths are around 200 feet and produce an ample amount of water. The ranch has a well for the house, with the rate of this well unknown. It is very common in this area to have wells exceed 10 GPM. ELECTRICITY There is electricity available to the property. MINERALS Minerals are not included. TAXES The ranch is ag exempt. EASEMENTS There is an active oil well on the northern portion of the ranch owned by Devon Energy Production. There are also buried natural gas pipelines owned by Targa Midstream Services and Atmos present on the property.
$1,999,999  •  160 acres
The Meadow View Ranch is the ideal place to build your dream home or retreat on acreage within an hour drive of the DFW metroplex. The property offers all the benefits of county living with all the necessary amenities within a short drive of the ranch. It is located in the desirable area of fast-growing Wise County where development and population numbers are booming. This tract of land provides a very unique opportunity to own land with large amounts of road frontage on both sides. With over 4000’ of frontage on County Road 1475 and 1350’ of frontage on County Road 1480 this tract allows investors to develop this ranch into multiple homesites or ranchettes. LOCATION The ranch is located in northwest Wise County on County Road 1480 and County Road 1475 between Chico and Alvord. The ranch is located less than 10 minutes from Chico or Alvord. It is 11 miles north east of Decator, and about 50 miles from either Denton or Fort Worth. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch is composed largely of native pasture land with small sections of wooded area. Heavy tree cover is found on the northern part of the ranch providing privacy for the homesite. The LBJ Grasslands neighboring on the west end of the ranch contains thick vegetation for wildlife bedding. WILDLIFE There is an abundance of deer and turkeys found on this ranch with little to no hunting pressure on the property. It is not uncommon to see a multitude of deer roaming the pastures in the early hours of the morning and last light in the evening. Feral hogs, coyotes, bobcats and other predators are also found on the ranch. With the ranch’s proximity to Lake Bridgeport, it is normal to see waterfowl utilizing the stock tanks when the weather turns cold. The most common ducks found on the property are gadwall, widgeon, teal, pintail, mallards, and ringnecks. The dove hunting is good, with consistent birds each year. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch has great perimeter fencing and is cross fenced into two sections. There is a 1,000 square foot house as well as a 3,600 square foot metal workshop. WATER The ranch has 6 ponds on it, with the largest being roughly half acre in size. They have held water consistently and a few are stocked with catfish and bream. The ranch sits over the Trinity Aquifer where most well depths are around 200 feet and produce an ample amount of water. The ranch has a well for the house, with the rate of this well unknown. It is very common in this area to have wells exceed 10 GPM. ELECTRICITY There is electricity available to the property. MINERALS Minerals are not included.
$2,100,000  •  377 acres
Cinco Primos Ranch offers the ideal blend of wildlife and cattle opportunities, situated just outside of Lake Jackson and less than an hour from Houston. The ranch is scattered with century-old live oak trees and lush, tall green grass. Jones Creek meanders through the eastern side, creating a perfect habitat for a variety of wildlife. LOCATION The ranch is conveniently located 8.5 miles south of Brazoria on Highway 36, directly across the Brazos River from Lake Jackson. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The property features scattered giant live oak trees, particularly in the southern portion. The northern part of the ranch transitions into more open grazing land with fewer live oaks. Jones Creek, located in the northeastern section, enhances the natural beauty and biodiversity of the area. WILDLIFE The property has not been hunted in two years, making it ideal for coastal bend whitetails. With minimal grazing pressure, the ranch provides an excellent habitat for deer, especially along Jones Creek, which supports wildlife even during drought conditions.
$2,662,520  •  296 acres
The Ford El Ranchero is a roughly 296-acre Hill County-like sanctuary designed for the avid hunter, outdoor enthusiast, and cattleman. The land resides not far from “the Gap”, an area known for its juniper hills, limestone creeks and fertile valleys. With an extensive system of walk-in gates, blind locations, and food plots, the property has been managed to maximize hunting opportunities for whitetail deer and feral hogs. The ranch also has a good perimeter fence, cross fences, and multiple stock tanks for the livestock producer. There is a buried co-op water line network running throughout the ranch with multiple taps, as well as large concrete lodge foundations and steel framework already in place at the best building site on the ranch. Expansive views abound, with Ilseng Mountain on the north and east, a distant Cranfills Gap to the west and valley views of the Neil’s Creek watershed to the south. LOCATION The ranch has great access to county road 4190 and county road 4185 and is located only 5 miles from Cranfills Gap and 20 miles from Meridian, the county seat of Bosque County. Both towns have many options for food, entertainment, and other necessities. Meridian is known as the “Top of the Hill County” and the landscape reflects that moniker. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Surrounded by hilltops, lush with grasslands, and bisected by an ephemeral creek, the Ford El Ranchero has a lot to offer. Improved and native pastures are the dominant landscapes, along with large stands of healthy hardwoods and juniper. The Boggy Branch headwaters of Neil’s Creek, a major tributary to the Bosque River, meander throughout the property. The low-lying bottom areas are verdant and productive. The highlands above are open, with ample motts of trees and views of the property and beyond. IMPROVEMENTS Improvements include a century old frame house, ready for rehabilitation, surrounded by great, old live oaks overlooking the wide pastures along creek bottoms. Adjacent are two new large slabs of concrete; one with the steel frames of a partially completed barn, and the one with undeveloped potential. There also is an extensive area of road base with multiple RV hook-up’s, ready for immediate use. The working area of the ranch has multiple old barns, an old silo, substantial cattle chutes, and the vintage lawn art of a Ford El Ranchero. An extensive network of waterlines flow throughout the property, with the opportunity to tap into them for guzzlers and troughs. The previous owner took time to improve the roads, with extensive layers of caleche for the main thorough fares. In addition to the enhanced fencing, roads, and tanks, the ranch has cattle chutes and barns designed to raise livestock.
$8,750,000  •  233.81 acres
Prochnow Branch Ranch presents an incredible opportunity in the heart of Hays County. Encompassing 234+/- acres along a paved county road, this ranch offers a unique opportunity for both an end user or an investor. With exceptional views, mature hardwoods, a seasonal creek with spring-fed grottos, and a small pond, Prochnow Branch Ranch provides a private setting with rural character in a region experiencing exponential growth offering endless possibilities within a short distance of the wonderful town of Dripping Springs. INVESTMENT ASPECTS In addition to its possibilities for an end user, the ranch also offers many opportunities for an investor. With extensive county road frontage and being located outside of any city’s jurisdiction or ETJ, this property offers endless possibilities for residential or commercial development ventures. The land is unrestricted, except for mobile homes and RV parks, which are prohibited until the year 2047. Divided into three 80-acre parcels, each with its own extensive county road frontage and unique land attributes, the property presents a unique opportunity for immediate equity for an investor. The southwest extension of FM 150 has been proposed to run along the northern property boundary, potentially brining further development opportunities to the area. While the timing and viability of the extension is unknown at this time, this planning reflects the city’s anticipation of where growth is headed in Dripping Springs. LOCATION Located at the intersection of Prochnow and Pursley Road in Dripping Springs, Hays County, Texas, Prochnow Branch Ranch is conveniently situated just 8-miles southwest of the intersection of Ranch Road 12 and Highway 290 in Dripping Springs Additionally, it is just 30 miles from downtown Austin, and 70 miles from San Antonio, offering easy access to major urban centers and international airports. The property has 2,675+/- feet of paved county maintained road frontage on Prochnow Road. Prochnow Branch Ranch is zoned to the highly rated Dripping Springs Independent School District. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The topography on the property ranges from approximately 1,240 feet to 1,320 feet providing good Hill Country views throughout. Featuring extensive areas of level or gently sloping land providing ample usable terrain, with a narrow strip of steep slopes approaching the wet-weather tributary that quickly reaches Onion Creek on the neighboring property to the North. Characteristic of the Texas Hill Country, Prochnow Branch Ranch showcases an abundance of centuries-old live oaks, Texas Red Oaks, Ashe Juniper, and cedar elms, forming a picturesque tapestry of diverse vegetation. WILDLIFE In addition to white-tailed deer, turkey, wild hogs, and other wildlife typical of the Hill Country, a wide array of migratory birds can be seen on the property depending on the time of year. AGRICULTURE An adequate number of cattle are kept on the property to maintain the 1-D-1 agricultural tax valuation, thereby minimizing holding costs. IMPROVEMENTS Improvements on the property include a 1,435-square-foot historic stone house, believed to be the original Prochnow home, with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Additionally, there are two existing water wells, both located near the home, along with an existing septic system and Pedernales Electric service to the structure. The property is perimeter fenced and there are two gated driveways on Prochnow Road. Additionally, the ranch currently features several hiking trails, facilitating excellent accessibility throughout the property, and the upper portions of the ranch can be accessed by a 4WD vehicle. Water troughs and fencing are already in place for light cattle grazing in order to maintain the agricultural valuation. WATER A wet-weather tributary to Onion Creek meanders from southwest to northeast on the property for approximately 4,345 feet, featuring multiple fern-lined spring-fed grottos and a 1/4-acre pond near the northern property boundary. The ranch is minimally impacted by the 100-year floodplain, with only 11 acres affected near the northern property boundary along the natural drainage. ELECTRICITY Pedernales Electric Cooperative service is provided to the stone house on the ranch and is available along the Prochnow Road frontage.
$1,300,000  •  110 acres
The Guggenheim Ranchita is a truly unique waterfowl paradise in a specific location with a long and proven history of being the incredible winter home and feeding ground for generations of geese, cranes, and ducks. It has several engineered water units with control systems in place and a very comfortable hunting lodge and cabin to be able to enjoy the ranch all year long. The owner is a very experienced designer and architect of superior wetlands across the country and this property is his flagship. It is a special property that cannot be easily replicated. LOCATION This waterfowl mecca is located on CR 116 just 5 miles north of Haskell, south of Weinert, and west of Hwy 277. The avid waterfowler will know the region, as they have likely spent time all around it. The property is 55 miles from Abilene, 95 miles from Wichita Falls, and 160 miles from Fort Worth. WILDLIFE Ranchita stands as a premier destination for waterfowl hunting enthusiasts. But beyond its renowned waterfowl hunting opportunities, Ranchita also offers extraordinary dove hunts (with annual harvest numbers around 4,000), and other diverse hunting experiences, including quail, sandhill crane deer, turkey, and hogs. IMPROVEMENTS Comfortable accommodations are provided in the main house which is a two-story, 40’ x 60’ metal siding structure that has been transformed to into a very well finished out lodge. It can accommodate up to 15 hunters and has 4 bedrooms, plenty of bunks, and two baths, with plumbing in place to add an additional bathroom if desired. There is also a smaller cabin that is not connected that offers a more intimate setting with one bedroom and one bath. There is also a storage barn for tools, UTVs, and extra supplies. WATER Developed over the past decade through partnerships with NRCS, Ducks Unlimited, USDA, and NWTF, this highly engineered property features custom-built lakes and managed wetland systems tailored specifically for optimal waterfowl experiences. (The property is NOT encumbered by any government programs or conservation easements.) The lakes have been designed to hold water efficiently, with only 2 inches of rain needed to flood them all. The property is surrounded by very large farm holdings that all slope gently towards this one location where two intermittent drainage systems converge which is known to hold the right water at the right time for migrating geese, ducks and other waterfowl. The Ranchita has flood control systems installed to manage water levels, boasting a 0 grade elevation, allowing for efficient water management via the primary 30” flashboard riser intake and a 30” single flashboard riser outflow. Furthermore, it offers the flexibility to move water back and forth between lakes and drain and fill the various embodiments to allow for planting, management, and wet soils management. There are 16 acre and 10 acre main lakes on this property with control valves and culverts, along with levees that capture water from cultivated farmland for additional 20 acre and 15 acre areas. Inside the headquarters mesh-fenced 100 acres there are a 1 acre duck marsh and also a half acre fishing pond. The site is relatively flat with a slight downward elevation fall to the north and a slight upwardly sloping elevation change from the east to the west, adjacent to a significant drainage area providing good volumes of water. The headquarters can be serviced by a water well, but it currently runs primarily from a captured rainwater system. MINERALS A nominal part of the mineral estate is owned and may be available with an acceptable contract. OTHER This property is to waterfowl hunters what a course designed by Robert Trent Jones is to golfers. It is something that cannot be easily replicated. The current landowner is the designer and architect of the wetlands on this site. He is associated with several large organizations such as the National Wildlife Foundation wetlands group and The Natural State Initiative for Arkansas on flooded timber GTR management. This property is his flagship. Experienced waterfowl experts know that building this kind of property is not just as easy as putting a water well next to a lake basin in Haskell County. This property has a long and proven history of being the winter home and feeding ground for generations of geese, cranes, and ducks and this type of unique asset cannot usually be found available on the market.
$1,570,000  •  140 acres
Colorado River Ranch offers a unique blend of agricultural and recreational opportunities, promising both productivity and leisure, all within easy reach from Houston. LOCATION Conveniently situated just 3 miles west of Highway 59 near Wharton, Texas, the Colorado River Ranch provides effortless accessibility. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch is adorned with majestic live oaks along the river frontage, creating an enchanting habitat for wildlife while offering a scenic pathway to the river, adding to the ranch’s picturesque charm. WILDLIFE Deer, hogs, dove, and waterfowl are all present on the property, benefiting from minimal hunting pressure, ensuring abundant opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. AGRICULTURE The tract presents ideal conditions and fertile soils for a variety of agricultural pursuits, including crops, pasture, vegetable farming, and orchards. IMPROVEMENTS While modest in development, the ranch features essential improvements such as a new fence and minor clearing, laying the groundwork for potential enhancements and personalization by future owners. WATER The property boasts a single water well, powered by a windmill, ensuring a reliable water supply. Moreover, Colorado River Ranch features over 1,500 feet of coveted river frontage. The property offers a great potential for creating wetlands on the property for duck hunting. MINERALS The seller has opted to retain all mineral rights, preserving ownership and control over potential mineral resources beneath the property.
$6,250,000  •  23 acres
Introducing the Blanco River Retreat, an extraordinary estate nestled along an iconic stretch of the Blanco River in Wimberley, Texas. This exceptional compound epitomizes the quintessential Texas Hill Country riverfront property, featuring a private primary residence, a welcoming guest lodge currently utilized for short-term rentals, a versatile studio space, and a fully equipped 3-stall barn. Set against a backdrop of rolling hills, majestic oak trees, and a picturesque spring-fed creek that meanders through the property before joining the emerald waters of the Blanco River, the estate’s unique blend of natural beauty and architectural elegance, coupled with its extensive live-water frontage, offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of the Hill Country’s most coveted real estate. Each structure on the property is thoughtfully positioned above the Blanco River, providing multiple access points to the river and ensuring dreamy views of the towering Cypress and Pecan trees that line the grassy riverbank. The main home serves as a private haven, while the guest lodge, featuring four en-suite rooms with a shared common area and game room, offers a comfortable escape for friends and family. The addition of a detached studio and a 3-stall barn further enhances the estate’s versatility. The Blanco River Retreat offers endless possibilities for relaxation, entertainment, and intimate gatherings in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. LOCATION Conveniently situated at 4100 Fischer Store Road, just 8 miles from the vibrant Wimberley Square, the Blanco River Retreat offers the ideal blend of seclusion and accessibility. This premier location ensures the property is within easy reach of Austin and San Antonio in about an hour, and approximately three hours from Houston, striking the perfect balance between close proximity to urban conveniences and the irreplaceable tranquility of rural privacy. Proximity: 8 miles to the Wimberley Square 40 miles to Central Austin, 45 miles to ABIA 55 miles to San Antonio 190 miles to Houston IMPROVEMENTS Main Home: This recently remodeled 3,411 square foot Santa Barbara-style home features 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 half-baths, an office, a spacious laundry room, and a 2-car garage. Its open concept design is complemented with wide-planked hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and expansive windows that showcase stunning views of the Blanco River. The outdoor area includes an infinity pool and a covered pavilion with an outdoor kitchen that overlooks the river, along with a cozy wood-burning fireplace and a putting green. The home is surrounded by a cedar-post lined fence and lush landscaping providing ultimate privacy. Additionally, this side of the property features a private pathway and stairs leading down to a stone landing and a limestone alcove along the Blanco River. Guest Lodge: Currently operating as a short-term rental, the guest lodge includes 4 separate suites, each featuring its own entrance, full bathroom, kitchenette, fireplace, and private covered patio. The suites are connected by a spacious common area with a bar and sauna and is designed with barn-like architecture equipped with sliding barn doors that can be opened to let in the cool breeze. Upstairs, there’s a large game room complete with a kitchenette and a half-bathroom. Additionally, an oversized attic offers potential for conversion into additional space for short-term rentals. The guest lodge, along with the studio and barn, can be easily isolated from the main house. This setup provides an ideal balance, allowing for privacy on the property while also capitalizing on short-term rental opportunities with minimal disruption. Studio: A 950 square foot space with architecture similar to that of the Guest Lodge. Offering versatile use options, the studio overlooks lush landscaping and the Blanco River, and was previously utilized as an art studio and gym. Barn: A well-appointed 3-stall barn with a tack room, covered isle and a pipe-fenced paddock. Additional Improvements: -Detached 2-car garage used for equipment storage and workshop -Concrete cistern holding tank -Fenced and cross-fenced -High-Fenced along riverbank -Extensive steps down to the river -Safety railing along alcoves -Electric gated access -Extensive stone-line paved road system -Extensive underground utilities throughout the property including landscape lighting WATER The Blanco River Retreat features an iconic stretch of the Blanco River, offering 740.5+/- feet of premium river frontage. This section includes gentle rapids, a partial dam, deep swimming areas, and an inlet lined with limestone coves and overhangs, interesting karst formations, and fern-lined waterfalls. Additionally, a spring-fed creek winds through the property, creating tranquil spots for relaxation and recreation amidst the lush landscape. The property’s river and creek are lined with towering Pecan and Cypress trees, enhancing its picturesque setting. This exceptional waterfront estate offers endless opportunities for swimming, kayaking, fishing, and enjoying the serene beauty of the Hill Country from one of the best areas the Blanco River has to offer. AREA HISTORY Nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Wimberley is a charming destination that attracts visitors from far and wide. Dating back to the mid-1800s when the first settlers arrived in the area, the town has evolved into a thriving community known for its unique blend of small-town charm and artistic flair. The town’s historic buildings, including the iconic Wimberley Square, showcase the area’s rich heritage and provides a picturesque backdrop for its bustling tourism scene. Wimberley’s charming downtown exudes a welcoming atmosphere and features an array of eclectic shops, art galleries, and farm-to-table restaurants. In addition, the region is home to several award-winning wineries, distilleries, and breweries. With its natural beauty and strategic location in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Wimberley serves as a gateway to a multitude of outdoor attractions. The town is known for its picturesque landscapes and postcard-worthy views. The Blanco River and Cypress Creek wind through town serving as a playground for water activities such as swimming, fishing, and kayaking. Other attractions in the area like Jacob’s Well Natural Area, Blue Hole Regional Park, and Devil’s Backbone provide endless opportunities to enjoy nature and find adventure.
$6,250,000  •  23 acres
Introducing the Blanco River Retreat, an extraordinary estate nestled along an iconic stretch of the Blanco River in Wimberley, Texas. This exceptional compound epitomizes the quintessential Texas Hill Country riverfront property, featuring a private primary residence, a welcoming guest lodge currently utilized for short-term rentals, a versatile studio space, and a fully equipped 3-stall barn. Set against a backdrop of rolling hills, majestic oak trees, and a picturesque spring-fed creek that meanders through the property before joining the emerald waters of the Blanco River, the estate’s unique blend of natural beauty and architectural elegance, coupled with its extensive live-water frontage, offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of the Hill Country’s most coveted real estate. Each structure on the property is thoughtfully positioned above the Blanco River, providing multiple access points to the river and ensuring dreamy views of the towering Cypress and Pecan trees that line the grassy riverbank. The main home serves as a private haven, while the guest lodge, featuring four en-suite rooms with a shared common area and game room, offers a comfortable escape for friends and family. The addition of a detached studio and a 3-stall barn further enhances the estate’s versatility. The Blanco River Retreat offers endless possibilities for relaxation, entertainment, and intimate gatherings in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. LOCATION Conveniently situated at 4100 Fischer Store Road, just 8 miles from the vibrant Wimberley Square, the Blanco River Retreat offers the ideal blend of seclusion and accessibility. This premier location ensures the property is within easy reach of Austin and San Antonio in about an hour, and approximately three hours from Houston, striking the perfect balance between close proximity to urban conveniences and the irreplaceable tranquility of rural privacy. Proximity: 8 miles to the Wimberley Square 40 miles to Central Austin, 45 miles to ABIA 55 miles to San Antonio 190 miles to Houston IMPROVEMENTS Main Home: This recently remodeled 3,411 square foot Santa Barbara-style home features 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 half-baths, an office, a spacious laundry room, and a 2-car garage. Its open concept design is complemented with wide-planked hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and expansive windows that showcase stunning views of the Blanco River. The outdoor area includes an infinity pool and a covered pavilion with an outdoor kitchen that overlooks the river, along with a cozy wood-burning fireplace and a putting green. The home is surrounded by a cedar-post lined fence and lush landscaping providing ultimate privacy. Additionally, this side of the property features a private pathway and stairs leading down to a stone landing and a limestone alcove along the Blanco River. Guest Lodge: Currently operating as a short-term rental, the guest lodge includes 4 separate suites, each featuring its own entrance, full bathroom, kitchenette, fireplace, and private covered patio. The suites are connected by a spacious common area with a bar and sauna and is designed with barn-like architecture equipped with sliding barn doors that can be opened to let in the cool breeze. Upstairs, there’s a large game room complete with a kitchenette and a half-bathroom. Additionally, an oversized attic offers potential for conversion into additional space for short-term rentals. The guest lodge, along with the studio and barn, can be easily isolated from the main house. This setup provides an ideal balance, allowing for privacy on the property while also capitalizing on short-term rental opportunities with minimal disruption. Studio: A 950 square foot space with architecture similar to that of the Guest Lodge. Offering versatile use options, the studio overlooks lush landscaping and the Blanco River, and was previously utilized as an art studio and gym. Barn: A well-appointed 3-stall barn with a tack room, covered isle and a pipe-fenced paddock. Additional Improvements: -Detached 2-car garage used for equipment storage and workshop -Concrete cistern holding tank -Fenced and cross-fenced -High-Fenced along riverbank -Extensive steps down to the river -Safety railing along alcoves -Electric gated access -Extensive stone-line paved road system -Extensive underground utilities throughout the property including landscape lighting WATER The Blanco River Retreat features an iconic stretch of the Blanco River, offering 740.5+/- feet of premium river frontage. This section includes gentle rapids, a partial dam, deep swimming areas, and an inlet lined with limestone coves and overhangs, interesting karst formations, and fern-lined waterfalls. Additionally, a spring-fed creek winds through the property, creating tranquil spots for relaxation and recreation amidst the lush landscape. The property’s river and creek are lined with towering Pecan and Cypress trees, enhancing its picturesque setting. This exceptional waterfront estate offers endless opportunities for swimming, kayaking, fishing, and enjoying the serene beauty of the Hill Country from one of the best areas the Blanco River has to offer. AREA HISTORY Nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Wimberley is a charming destination that attracts visitors from far and wide. Dating back to the mid-1800s when the first settlers arrived in the area, the town has evolved into a thriving community known for its unique blend of small-town charm and artistic flair. The town’s historic buildings, including the iconic Wimberley Square, showcase the area’s rich heritage and provides a picturesque backdrop for its bustling tourism scene. Wimberley’s charming downtown exudes a welcoming atmosphere and features an array of eclectic shops, art galleries, and farm-to-table restaurants. In addition, the region is home to several award-winning wineries, distilleries, and breweries. With its natural beauty and strategic location in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Wimberley serves as a gateway to a multitude of outdoor attractions. The town is known for its picturesque landscapes and postcard-worthy views. The Blanco River and Cypress Creek wind through town serving as a playground for water activities such as swimming, fishing, and kayaking. Other attractions in the area like Jacob’s Well Natural Area, Blue Hole Regional Park, and Devil’s Backbone provide endless opportunities to enjoy nature and find adventure.
$22,459,040  •  2,807 acres
The DKH Ranch is an outdoorsman’s paradise located just minutes from Bridgeport, Texas and represents the rare opportunity to own a large ranch within an hour of the DFW metroplex. Coming in at the 4th largest ranch in Wise County, this ranch offers an amazing investment opportunity in the desirable area of fast-growing Wise County where development and population numbers are booming. The 2,807-acre property has been in the same family since the 1930s and boasts an abundance of wildlife with conservation at the forefront. Whether you are a hunter or an investor this ranch offers something for you. LOCATION The ranch is located in southwest Wise County on FM 920 between Bridgeport and Stringtown and is also accessible from County Road 3655. It is 25 miles north of Weatherford, and about 35 miles from either Denton or Fort Worth. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch has both flat and undulating terrain and is comprised largely of wooded areas with natural openings that hold native grasses. The vegetation is thick throughout portions of the ranch, with a mix of live oak and mesquite trees creating phenomenal bedding for wildlife. Some sections have been thinned, while others have benefited from a controlled burn. WILDLIFE There is an abundance of deer and turkeys found on this ranch with a very high success rate shared among hunters. The ranch has been enrolled in the Texas Parks and Wildlife MLD program since 2018 and this has created some of the best deer hunting imaginable in this part of the state. Each year, 150+ class deer are harvested from this ranch and in 2017 there were an estimated 400 deer on the property. The ranch has been in the harvest option for 4 years; last year, the ranch adopted the conservation option. Last year the biologist recommended the harvest of 30 deer (11 bucks and 19 antlerless). Because of the MLD program, hunters are allowed to harvest deer starting before the regular state season starts and after it ends. Feral hogs are also found on the ranch but due to management efforts the numbers have decreased significantly. Due to the ranch’s proximity to Lake Bridgeport, the waterfowl hunting remains consistent each year. The most common ducks found on the property are gadwall, widgeon, teal, pintail, mallards, and ring necks. The dove hunting is good, with consistent birds each year. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch boasts a custom 6,058 square-foot house with breathtaking sunset views from the porch. With 5 spacious bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms, there is ample room for guests and families alike. A large family room with high ceilings provides an inviting environment for fellowship after a long day in the field. The house features a basement as well as ample storage areas. On the south end of the ranch, there is a covered 500-yard shooting range. The main roads on the ranch are paved with a caliche road base, providing easy access around the ranch. Most trails are cleared and accessible by four-wheel drive, with others needing a UTV/ATV to access. Most of the perimeter fencing on the ranch is in working shape. On the north side of the ranch, there is a 1950 1,247-square-foot house and while the house is currently not livable, it is structurally sound. There is electricity and water in this location. With some renovations, this would make an excellent ranch manager’s house. WATER The ranch has a total of 10 ponds located across the property as well as multiple seasonal creeks which provide good habitat and a few excellent locations for the creation of a duck marsh. The 2 largest are about 4 acres and have consistently held water even through droughts. The ranch sits over the Trinity Aquifer where most well depths are around 200 feet and produce an ample amount of water. The ranch has 5 water wells on the property. Two wells serve the main house, while on the north side of the property near the older house, there are an additional two. The condition of these two wells is unknown. The third is a solar well in the middle of the property at 260 feet producing over 10 gallons per minute. There is a 16” waterline on FM 920 (Walnut Creek Special Utility District) that should be considered for future development potential. ELECTRICITY There is electricity available to both of the houses. TAXES The ranch is classified in 1D1 status with a wildlife exemption. EASEMENTS There is a 138 KV overhead power transmission line owned by Oncor that runs on the southern portion of the property and there are also buried natural gas pipelines owned by Enlink Midstream Services present on the property. SURVEY The ranch has recently been surveyed.
$12,950,000  •  761 acres
The Baird Miller Creek Ranch, managed since 1951 by the founders of Mrs. Baird’s bread company, stands as a unique gem in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Rolling grasslands studded with oaks, riparian landscapes associated with its 3,900 feet of Miller Creek and 260 feet of topographic relief make this one of the more diverse ranches in the area. It exemplifies the essence of a true live water property, offering a spectacular glimpse into the beauty of the region. Furthermore, Baird Miller Creek Ranch offers tremendous privacy and would make an incredible exclusive retreat for your family and friends. LOCATION The Baird Miller Creek Ranch is conveniently located on RR 2766/Robinson Road, situated about six miles east of Johnson City in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Its proximity to Dripping Springs (20 miles), downtown Austin (48 miles), and San Antonio (69 miles) offers convenient access to urban amenities while maintaining the tranquility of rural living. The property has approximately 0.44 miles of road frontage on RR 2766/Robinson Road and is only 3 miles from Pedernales State Falls Park. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch’s landscape and habitat are beautifully diverse and consist of riparian habitat along both sides of Miller Creek, rolling rangelands studded with live oak and Texas Red Oak savannas and topography that provides incredible views of the Pedernales River valley. Elevations on the ranch range from 960 ft to 1,220 ft above sea level, with eastern slopes exceeding 15%, ideal for hiking trails and panoramic views. A mix of wooded and open grasslands provide good habitat for a variety of Hill Country wildlife species. There are a diversity of trees found on the ranch including but not limited to live oaks, Texas Redbud, sycamore trees, pecan, cedar elms, cypress, persimmons, Texas Red Oaks, Texas Madrone, mesquite and ashe juniper. WATER Miller Creek flows through the eastern portion of the ranch for approximately 3,900 ft with ownership on both sides of the creek. In the center of the stretch of Miller Creek lies a concrete dam constructed in the 1950’s, providing a unique water feature with unparalleled privacy. Additionally, there are several wet weather draws that traverse the property with the majority eventually spilling into Miller Creek. Three ponds are found on the ranch, with one previously stocked with fish. There is a large submersible pump in the creek that was historically used to provide water for a large garden and other needs. There are three water wells. For the Johnson City area, the average annual rainfall is 34 inches. The ranch is located within the LCRA water district boundaries. WILDLIFE The wildlife that can be found in the area consists of native game and nongame species. These include white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, quail and predators; and of course there will likely be a feral hog rooting around from time to time. AGRICULTURE The owner is currently grazing a small herd of iconic longhorn cattle. IMPROVEMENTS There are 3 modest residences on the ranch: the main house by the creek, guest cabin, and a tenant’s house. Other structures include a storage/equipment barn + tack room, hay barn, and various other outbuildings and sheds. The perimeter of the ranch is low-fenced with interior cross-fencing for the cattle. The roads vary from asphalt, red dirt ranch roads and gravel roads throughout the property. There is a small family cemetery on the property. CONSERVATION EASEMENT The owner’s grandparents felt strongly about maintaining and conserving this piece of Texas and in 1990, a conservation easement was placed on this property to limit its future uses and conserve the ranch in perpetuity. Please contact the broker for further details on the conservation easement. ELECTRICITY Pedernales Electric Cooperative services the area and has electric service lines throughout the property. A substation is conveniently tucked away in the southeastern corner. AREA HISTORY Johnson City is renowned for its Texas Hill Country charm, blending small-town values with a rich history and an array of captivating outdoor attractions. The town is part of the Texas-German belt region and is the hometown of former president, Lyndon B. Johnson. NEARBY ATTRACTIONS -Pedernales State Falls Park -Pedernales River Nature Park -Lake LBJ -Lake Travis -Bamberger Ranch Preserve -Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park -Pedernales Wine Country OTHER -2023 Blanco County Annual Property Taxes: $5,611 -Johnson City ISD -Trinity Aquifer (Major) -Hickory and Ellenburger – San Saba Aquifer (Minor)
$2,189,600  •  161 acres
This ranch would make a fantastic homesite, or would easily lend itself to development into ranchettes, with nearly ½ mile of paved road frontage on FM 2620 and a similar amount of frontage on CR 229. Highlights include a ±2-acre pond, some scattered large oaks and bois d’arcs, and nice relief. Houston, College Station, and Huntsville are all short drives away. LOCATION The ranch is located in Shiro, just off Highway 30 on FM 2620. Approximately 30 miles from College Station, 20 miles from Huntsville, and 80 miles from central Houston. The ranch is in the Anderson-Shiro Consolidated School District. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The high point on the ranch has an approximate elevation of 390 feet. From this slight hilltop, the terrain slopes gently down in all directions, with maximum relief of approximately 35 feet. Scattered oaks, mesquite, cedar elms, bois d’arcs are the primary tree species. Grasses are native and include Bahai and Bermuda, soils are light sandy loam. WILDLIFE Deer, hogs, and varmints are all found on the ranch. WATER There are three tanks on the ranch. Two tanks held water during the severe drought the area experienced in 2023. MINERALS This is a surface sale only.
$878,080  •  219 acres
Timber Hill Ranch is an appealing property just outside the city limits of Rusk. This ranch is currently managed for timber with recreational potential as well as many building locations. There is approximately 1/2 mile of FM 343 frontage with multiple entrances. LOCATION This property is located 2 hours southeast of Dallas and 2.5 hours north of Houston. The ranch is accessed from FM 343 and is 1/2 miles from the Rusk city limits. There are 2 separate entrances off of FM 343. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The southeast portion of the ranch displays over 100’ of elevation change and is primarily hardwoods. The bulk of the topography is mostly gentle and roughly 130 acres of timber was harvested in 2021. Approximately 38 acres of plantation remains near the FM frontage and extends to the center of the property. WILDLIFE The portions of the ranch that were cut for timber have some regrowth that provides good cover for wildlife. The remaining plantation and hardwood sections contribute to a good mix of more mature wooded areas for hunting. WATER The neighboring properties are serviced by well water. There are a few good drainages on the southeast portion of the ranch. electricity Electricity serves the neighbor on the north side of FM 343. MINERALS Surface sale only. The 2023 taxes were approximately $217. Ranch shown by appointment only.
$1,500,000  •  167 acres
The Chilipitin Creek Ranch presents a fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in a home ranch with all the necessary infrastructure in place for a cattle and/or horse operation. For the past 25 years, it has served that purpose for a well-respected couple known across south Texas for their knowledge of cattle and horses alike. The ranch home, nestled in a cluster of live oaks, is the perfect place to raise a family in the country or for a couple to enjoy life at a slower pace. LOCATION The ranch is located at the intersection of Highway 85 and FM 140 just a short hour from downtown San Antonio, TX. There are also 3,200’ of CR 315 frontage along two other sides. -5 miles from Charlotte, TX -17 miles from Methodist Hospital Atascosa -20 miles to the Pleasanton H-E-B TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch is split into three pastures all with intended uses. The current owner has been reworking the largest of the three pastures by grubbing out the regrowth and planting some annuals. The house pasture is 12± acres beautifully cleared and maintained and has an awesome trophy live oak tree perfectly placed. The working trap is 13± acres and is used for limited grazing and moving stock to the working pens and arena. WILDLIFE The wildlife that can be found in the area consists of native game and non-game species. These include but are not limited to white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, quail and predators; and of course there will likely be a feral hog rooting around from time to time. AGRICULTURE Livestock: The ranch’s several pastures have been used over the years for a variety of livestock grazing needs from small cow-calf operations to running stockers, to managing herds moving between different leased pastures. Equestrian: The ranch is equipped with the necessities for a working horse operation with the lighted cutting arena and beautiful round pen lined with cedar stays. Everything needed to comfortably raise and keep horses is in place from horse sheds with turnouts, tack room, wash rack, etc. IMPROVEMENTS Ranch Home: The ranch home has an open floor plan perfect for gatherings with family and friends. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. In addition, there is an “in-law suite” attached to the other side of the two-car garage. Cantina: Nearby is a cantina perfect for kicking your feet up and enjoying the southeast breeze. The cantina includes a kitchen, pantry, bathroom and plenty of room for seating areas. This is yet another great place for gatherings. Other Outbuildings and facilities: -90’x30’ equipment barn -60’x30’ hay barn -70’x25’ barn with pens attached -Lighted arena -Round pen -Horse sheds with turnouts, tack room and wash rack *Measurements are approximate. WATER There is a water well by the house that is used for domestic, livestock and wildlife uses. The water well distributes water to various troughs around the headquarters and ranch house. In addition, there is a seasonal pond along Chilipitin Creek to the northeast. MINERALS A portion of Seller’s owned minerals are negotiable at the asking price. There are 7± acres on the opposite side of the highway from the main entrance that are included in this offering and being marketed separately as well. In addition, there is a cell tower on the west side of the property near the fence line.
$4,585,000  •  132 acres
The Lynch Ranch is positioned on the boundary between Hays County and Blanco County, nestled between the charming towns of Blanco and Wimberley. Embraced by the essence of the Hill Country, it offers convenient access to neighboring small towns, nearby rivers, wineries, breweries, and parks. The existing improvements sit near the wet-weather creek, affording picturesque views of the pastures. Lynch Ranch presents endless opportunities situated in the heart of the Hill Country. LOCATION The property is located at 12451 FM 2325, Wimberley, TX 78676, Hays County, approx. 10.5 miles east of Blanco, approx. 13.4 miles northwest of Wimberley, approx. 41 miles from downtown Austin, and approx. 60 miles from San Antonio. The property fronts on Farm to Market Road for about 4,593 ft (0.87 miles). There are three total access points, however, the main one is off FM 2325. The property’s location is ideal in the middle of Austin and San Antonio. The property is located within Blanco ISD school boundaries. Just a short drive away are many outdoor activities and sightseeing places such as Jacob’s Well Natural Area, Blue Hole Regional Park, Cypress Creek Nature Preserve, Cypress Falls Swimming Hole, Blanco State Park, Charro Ranch Park, and Old Baldy. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The property consists of rolling terrain with elevations ranging from 1,220 to 1,280 feet. It offers a blend of wooded sections and four expansive, flat pastures, ensuring both seclusion and ample usable space. Upon entering the property and gazing westward, breathtaking vistas of neighboring hilltops greet you. There are a variety of trees across the property including but not limited to sycamore, black walnut, oak, pecan, magnolia, and cedar trees. The primary soil type is Bolar Clay Loam. WILDLIFE The wildlife species found on the ranch are commonly found in the Hill Country, such as white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, and hogs. TAXES The land is taxed under ag valuation and homestead exemption (2023 taxes are $607.89). IMPROVEMENTS Upon entering the property, you’ll find two small homes and a shop near the gate. However, these structures are likely candidates for a remodel or demolition due to their age. The perimeter and cross-fencing are in fair condition, while the southern boundary is marked by a neighboring high fence. Below are the square footages for each structure: -Main house: 1,200 sf with a screened porch -House across the creek: 480 sf with a screened porch -Shop: 1,060 sf with a store room -Pump house: 200 sf WATER Situated in the southwestern section of the property, there is a seasonal creek with a low-water crossing, forming a water hole during periods of substantial rainfall. Notably, the property boasts approximately 0.57 miles of creek frontage aligned by a variety of trees. AREA HISTORY The prime location of being in the Hill Country opens the door to many opportunities. The two nearby towns, Blanco and Wimberley, are quaint and unique Hill Country towns. Blanco is known as a cattle and ranching community as well as home to the Blanco River and Blanco State Park. Wimberley is known for its small-town vibe while offering a unique shopping village, the confluence of Cypress River and the Blanco River, and a ranching community. This area is home to multiple gorgeous water holes, ancient Cypress trees, hilltops, and more. UTILITIES & OTHER There is power from PEC to the buildings alongside two water wells, one on each side of the creek, and a septic tank. The property is located within the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority water district. There is currently a cattle lease on the property. Co-listed with Martine Properties.
$3,445,386  •  984 acres
The Danza Del Rio Ranch presents an excellent hunting and recreational opportunity approximately 60 miles from Houston. This northwest Brazoria County ranch features huge oaks, good elevated field roads, lots of deer and hogs, is mostly out of the 100 year flood plain, and has a nice camp. It neighbors approximately 1,500 acres of the San Bernard Wildlife Refuge (Austin’s Woods portion) on two sides. ±888 acres of this property are under conservation easement. LOCATION Approximately 3 miles north of Old Ocean/Highway 35. Primary access is the blacktop to the gate via CR 3 from either FM 524 or FM 1459. West Columbia is minutes away for gas, groceries, and great BBQ. An all-weather road leads from CR 3 to the camp. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Magnificent trophy live oaks dot this property and are well distributed across the ranch. Formerly cleared pasture land, the current owner planted thousands of trees, including sugarberry, green ash, American elm, cedar elm, water hickory, sweet pecan, water oak, willow oak, Shumard oak, nuttall oak, and live oaks approximately 10 years ago, restoring this property to a hardwood bottom. Unlike much of the woodlands in Brazoria County, this property is largely outside of the 100 year flood plain, with post-Harvey maps showing only approximately 25- 30 acres as Zone A, all along Dance Bayou, which runs onto and along the property’s southwest fenceline. Soils are predominantly Lake Charles Clay (blackland). WILDLIFE Deer and hogs are plentiful. Hunting is permitted under the conservation easement. Hunting opportunities are increased by a handful of field roads, pipeline right-of-ways, and other easements that provide plenty of edge habitat and potential blind locations. IMPROVEMENTS A comfortable camp with a detached garage sits off of the all-weather road into the ranch. The 2:2 house measures ±1,200 SF, has a full kitchen and spacious living room and a nice covered porch. The garage is two-car with some additional storage area and a full bath. The home and yard are fenced in on approximately 1.4 acres and outside of the area under the conservation easement. A ±9,350 SF of cattle barn and lean-to covered area are a short distance away for additional storage. This area is also outside of the conservation easement. This would be a nice area for a small pond or new home. MINERALS Surface only. Owners are not believed to own any minerals. There is a pipeline meter station located on the property. OTHER See attachment for a copy of the Conservation Easement. 2023 Taxes est. $1,868.00.
$387,350  •  61 acres
61 acres of prime unrestricted land awaits in Tyler County! County Rd 2670 runs along the western boundary of the Long Leaf 61 ranch with plenty of frontage and access. Positioned adjacent to the county road, a sizable hill presents an optimal site for construction, with nearby power infrastructure. The Long Leaf 61 ranch has a mature timber-lined wet weather creek that runs through the middle, providing a corridor for wildlife to travel along. Recently planted in long-leaf pine in 2022, the property has undergone thorough preparation, including stump removal and herbicide application to manage unwanted vegetation.The planted area currently features lush grass and offers versatility to be converted into pasture or food plots with some simple disking and dirt work. If left to grow, the long-leaf pine would turn into a gorgeous stand of timber in a few years providing income opportunities. With decades of white-tailed deer management, the property itself and surrounding acreage host a robust deer population. Boasting a nice elevation change, the ranch showcases over 50 feet of variance from the hilltop to the creek bottom. Additional acreage options are available. LOCATION 7 miles North of Chester, TX 28 minutes from Woodville, TX 55 minutes from Lufkin, TX 1 hour 25 minutes from Beaumont, TX 1 hour 50 minutes from Houston, TX 3 hours 30 minutes from Dallas, TX TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT A large hill along the county road dips down into a creek that could make a great location for a pond. Another adjacent hill is entirely enveloped in young long-leaf pine. WILDLIFE Managed for decades for white-tails, this property has a healthy population of deer. Wild hogs are regularly seen as well as squirrels, doves, and all manner of other native wildlife. AGRICULTURE Featuring hardwood-lined creeks and uplands planted in long-leaf pine, the ranch offers diverse habitats. The grass-covered uplands present opportunities for pasture conversion with minimal soil work. WATER There is a wet weather creek that runs through the property. ELECTRICITY Electricity is available along the county road. MINERALS Seller will convey any minerals they own. AREA HISTORY Surrounded by historic timberland, the ranch sits within expansive timber properties, reflecting a rich legacy in the region.
$6,519,300  •  4,206 acres
The MV2 Ranch is arguably one of the finest quail and wildlife ranches in the country. This is the place where range conditions, mother nature, and true land stewardship have come into remarkable alignment creating an ideal ranch and recreational mecca for the true sportsman – an offering on the market that represents a very rare opportunity. The property was once part of the famed 67,000-acre Mesa Vista Ranch, and is home to some of the greatest native bobwhite quail in Texas. This northeastern Panhandle ranch has more than sufficient water to continue to support a healthy bird and wildlife population, with one main feature being an approximate 3.5-mile water line that runs 24/7 with sprinkler heads every 1,000 feet. Quail are the focus, yet the ranch also boasts a very healthy herd of mule and whitetail deer as well! This division is being offered as part of an entire 10,325-acre ranch. LOCATION The ranch is located in west central Roberts County, about 25 miles north of Pampa, about 50 miles north of I-40, and it is west of Canadian. Access to the property is via county-maintained Reynolds Ranch Road, which stretches roughly 3.5 miles north from Highway 70 and leads into the south entry of the ranch. This road also serves as access for the Mesa Vista Ranch Club, and it is highly improved. Pampa hotels and the 5,800’ airstrip are 15 minutes from the ranch. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The MV2 Ranch is a native grass ranch with the predominant species being buffalo grass, bluestem, gramagrass and Indiangrass. It also has significant areas of rabbitbrush, chickasaw plum, ragweed, and other grasses that have been infused into the ecosystem over the years. Soil types are primarily fine sandy loams. Two-track roads meander all throughout the ranch to access the entire property and have been maintained and shredded for ease of travel. Cattle have not been on the vast majority of this ranch for at least 18 years. WILDLIFE Approximately 30 years ago Boone Pickens started a vision of creating the worlds greatest quail hunting, and this ranch is a key segment of that storied land holding. Because of the historical, expansive care and management of the quail and range conditions this remains one of the best wild quail habitats. A fall 2023 game survey by one of Texas top wildlife biologists, resulted in an impressive flushing of over about 65 coveys! The very diverse landscape of natural habitat is also home to whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, blue quail, and doves. 100+/- quail feeders and two 600lb protein/corn feeders also supplement the wildlife. IMPROVEMENTS There are miles of good fences, about 1/3 of which has been built within the last 3 years. This allows for smart pasture rotation should the next owner decide to bring cattle back into the ranch, which has not been done in 18± years. WATER The focal point of the ranch water system on top of the Ogallala aquifer is the 4-inch waterline that runs approximately 3.5 miles along the Dry Creek area of the ranch. This is an incredible and diverse topographical area for the ranch that runs north to south from one end of the ranch to the other. A sprinkler head every 1,000 feet provides moisture and water for quail and wildlife all year long and this runs off of a water well on the south end of the ranch. Roberts County receives 23 inches of rain, on average, per year, and 13 inches of snow per year. Approximately 5 water wells. The ranch is allowed for up to 25 additional water wells throughout the ranch to provide additional water for wildlife and livestock (up to 17gpm). Natural stock ponds, potholes, and pools 6 fallow pivot fields Full details on all water can be provided by Broker. MINERALS There is minimal or no production on the ranch. Minerals are not being offered with this sale, but a small portion of the mineral estate may be available with an acceptable contract. Ask broker for more details. This ranch is being co-marketed with Mark McMillan. Photos shown are from the entire 10,325-acre ranch offering.
$7,500,000  •  348 acres
The Timber Lake Ranch is an extremely superior East Texas property that spotlights quality improvements and versatile acreage. Function and privacy are incorporated into every aspect whether operating as a ranch and/or residential property. Additionally, there are exclusive lake views, highly productive improved pastures, and multiple ranch and residential improvements. LOCATION This property is located 2 hours east of Dallas in eastern Wood County between Gilmer and Quitman. The ranch is accessed off of FM 2869 with additional frontage on State Hwy 154. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Approximately 25% of the ranch is scattered wooded areas that include mostly mature pine and hardwoods. The rolling improved pasture is highly productive and consists primarily of Bermuda grass. The lake showcases the attractive topography present across the northern and eastern portions of the ranch. IMPROVEMENTS The Mediterranean style 4,610 sqft main home was constructed in 1990 and includes 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a 3 car garage. Large and numerous windows provide delightful ranch and lake views. The functional layout allows one to easily circulate throughout the home and to the guest house or pool area. The home also includes a large office and a basement with a wine cellar. A pool/guest house is just adjacent to the main home and includes 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, and a kitchen. This ranch home is approximately 1,167 sqft and was built in 1990. This would make a great rental or manager’s home. At the end of the driveway is a 3,200 sqft metal barn with a 1,200 sqft lean-to. Near the shop is a good set of livestock facilities. A paved driveway connects all the improvements. WATER A scenic 4-5 acre lake complements the main home and includes a boat house. The improvements are serviced by well water with access to rural water. ELECTRICITY Rural electric services the property. TAXES The annual property taxes are approximately $3,700 with the owner’s current exemptions. Co-listed with Allie Beth Allman & Associates.
$6,360,900  •  4,553 acres
Just outside of Alpine, Texas, the Anchor Land & Cattle Ranch, historically part of the Kokernot family holdings, is a spectacular example of rolling desert grasslands suitable for grazing and wildlife management. The vistas from the home’s porch are spectacular with commanding views of the area mountain ranges, including the Glass and Del Norte Mountains to the east and south. Arguably one of the best locations for a sunrise cup of coffee to be found! To the north and Northwest are views of Henderson Mesa, the Barilla Mountains and the Davis Mountains, beyond the landmark view of Mitre Peak. LOCATION The Anchor Land & Cattle Ranch is located a short 3.8 miles east of the center of Alpine, Texas along the north side of Hwy. 90. In addition to the access and frontage along Hwy. 90 (3,841 feet of frontage), there is also frontage on Country Club Estates Dr. On the west (785 feet of frontage) and access via Kimball Lane on the north. Kimball Lane traverses the northern end of ranch for about a mile. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch is predominantly level and rolling grasslands accented by multiple hills and several drainages. The ranch’s elevations range from about 4200’ to 4520’ above sea level with the higher elevations mainly on the western portions of the ranch. Native grasses found on the ranch include various grama grasses, tobosa and Arizona Cottontop. Brush and tree species include mesquite, catclaw, acacias, hackberry, and succulents. WILDLIFE The ranch is home to a small herd of pronghorn antelope and mule deer use the ranch as part of their range. The ranch typically harvests 1-2 mule deer bucks per year and historically has taken 1-2 Pronghorn annually but no antelope have been taken in last 3 years due to drought related population concerns. In addition, the ranch has javelina, dove, blue quail, migratory waterfowl and predators (plus feral hogs and occasionally aoudad); all providing additional hunting opportunities. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch is improved with an approximate 3,400 SF (including porches) two-story barndominium with about 1/3 garage/shop/barn and 2/3 being a two-story residence with a bunkroom/office, etc. downstairs and a 2 bedroom/2 bath with kitchen and dining/living area upstairs. Both downstairs and upstairs have nice easterly-facing porches. Ranching improvements include perimeter fencing (much of it new), one cross fence separating a 600+/- acre pasture on north end from main pasture, working pens, horse pens, a well-distributed water system with a dozen or more troughs, and ranch roads. Note, inholdings (see below) and a neighbor are not fenced out at this time. There is a 1,000-yard shooting range. There is a nice entrance off Hwy 90 and the main entry road is paved for about 1.4 miles through the development piece described below. WATER Portions of Alpine Creek, Moss Creek and some of their tributaries traverse the ranch. While most are seasonal, one of those stretches is a live water creek that benefits from treated and tested water leaving the City of Alpine water treatment facility located on the neighbor to the west. The water entering the ranch averages about 200,000 gallons per day, more during periods of rainfall and less if the city is using the water for other purposes (e.g. watering golf course). The live water creek courses through the ranch for about 3.5 miles providing a valuable water resource for livestock, wildlife and birdlife. There are four water wells on the ranch at present; two of which are equipped with submersibles and operational. The other two are ready to be equipped and tied into the system. Of the two operating wells, one services the residence area and the second services the livestock watering distribution and delivery system. The ranch also benefits from shared water from the neighbor (ask broker for further details). The residence also has a rainwater catchment system and related storage and delivery system. There are numerous dirt stock tanks catching and holding runoff water following adequate rainfall. ELECTRICITY Electricity is available in several areas on the ranch. MINERALS Negotiable DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The previous owner laid out and platted some 552 acres out of the southernmost portion of the ranch and fronting along a portion of the Hwy 90 frontage (aka Kokernot Ranch Estates). The development plan included 20 tracts ranging in size from 16.04 acres to 49.23 acres with most being about 20 acres. They are situated on the east and west sides of the paved entry road mentioned above. The previous owner also buried electrical power and telephone lines to service the various tracts. Of the twenty tracts, four of the tracts (tracts #20, #17, #14 and #16) are owned by others. All of those conveyed tracts are on the west side of the road. Those four tracts have legal access on the improved main road and are effectively or physically inholdings in the case of #20. At this time there are no improvements on any of the 4 tracts nor are they fenced out from the ranch. At least a couple of the tract owners are willing sellers per conversations with manager. There are certain obligations the owner has with respect to owning 16 of the 20 tracts. EASEMENTS, ETC. The ranch has two smaller 69KV electric transmission lines crossing the ranch. One along Highway 90 and another centrally located and crossing east-west. The Energy Transfer Trans Pecos Pipeline (natural gas 42”) crosses the ranch east-west near the northern border. Kimball Lane also traverses the ranch near the northern border. There is a 30’ access easement to an unfenced 100-acre neighbor (Reinhardt) from Kimball Lane adjacent to property line. The 100 acres are subject to various restrictions limiting its uses and potentially further development; however, those same restrictions apply to Anchor’s three bordering sections except for grazing and wildlife management at this time (ask broker for details). A 35± acre portion of the ranch is located north of the railroad right of way that traverses the ranch near the northern border and is currently fenced into a neighbor’s pasture and used by the neighbor. OTHER Livestock, any rolling stock, equipment, furnishings or other personal property owned by the seller or any other person are not included in the offering but may be separately negotiable.
Republic Ranches
Republic Ranches
Republic Ranches, LLC
Republic Ranches, LLC
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San Antonio, TX 78212

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