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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.
$1,595,000  •  21 acres
The Kurtz Ranch lies just north of Cuero, the center of the Eagleford Shale play in South Texas. The property features a beautiful custom home, built in 2010, and a large shop which was built in 2008. This is a great property for a business owner. WILDLIFE Deer, Dove and Turkey can be found on the property. AGRICULTURE There is a low-fenced pasture perfect for cattle and/or horses. IMPROVEMENTS The beautiful custom home features a swimming pool and hot tub, with an outdoor party area and deck, an in-ground sprinkler system. The large shop area has 2 18-foot roll-up doors, an office and equipment yard and guest apartment. There is a nice fish pond close by. This house and property is perfect for a business owner in need of a shop and yard. You are close to town in a quiet area. WATER 2 water wells service the property and home. ELECTRICITY Provided by Guadalupe Valley Electric Co-Op MINERALS No minerals available. AREA HISTORY The city of Cuero, Texas had its start in the mid-19th century as a stopping point on the Chisholm Trail cattle route to Kansas. It was not recognized as a town until 1873 though when it was officially founded. The city was named for the Spanish word hide, referring to the leather made from animal hides. Cuero, Texas has been called the center of the Eagleford Shale play in South Texas. The town is home to The Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum, which is world-class museum.
$7,550,000  •  1,940 acres
Big Wildhorse Creek Ranch is a great multi-use property located in central Oklahoma. This ranch consists of big views, live water, surface water, and is very easily accessible. The highlight of the place is a private 52-acre lake surrounded by appealing topography and sandstone outcroppings. The ranch has promising hunting potential with many home or cabin sites and utilities already in place. LOCATION The ranch is 105 miles from OKC, 85 miles from Tulsa, 160 miles from Dallas, 6 miles west of the Indian Nation Turnpike, and 10 miles from downtown McAlester. There are multiple entrances to the ranch on the west side with over 2 miles of county road frontage and one entrance from Highway 270 on the south. McAlester Airport is local and convenient with other larger airport options in Tulsa or OKC. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch boasts nearly 200 of elevation change, some areas gradual and some sheer. This topography produces large sandstone outcroppings and expansive views. There are mostly blackjack and post oak covering the ridges and higher ground. More favorable Oak trees, pines, and other mature species line the creeks and lower-elevation drainages. Native grasses including a variety of bluestem make up majority of the pasture and open portions. Some acreage can be cut for hay and includes a native and improved mix of grasses including fescue. We have estimated that the pasture portions would likely support 10 12 acres/cow. WILDLIFE In recent years the ranch has not been aggressively hunted. The terrain and diversity of this property provide favorable habitats for many types of wildlife without ever having to travel far to find water. There are many potential food plot locations and stand positions for all weapons and preferred distance shooting. The amount of water on this place is an invitation to all waterfowl as well. IMPROVEMENTS A 4,000 sqft cement floor shop is adjacent to the original homestead on the ranch. This location is one of many build sites with utilities in place. The roads are in good condition and connect to a vast system of newly cleared trails for ultimate access. The ranch overall has good fencing and is cross fenced to incorporate the central livestock corrals for easily working and gathering livestock. This cross-fencing also allows grazing practices to be separated from core hunting areas. WATER The focal point of the property is the 52-acre lake with a rock-bottom spillway. The lake traces one major draw and provides a very unique shape with a lot of natural beauty. Adding to the surface water are 23 ponds that are in great condition. There are endless fishing opportunities with options at every turn, and there are nearly 2 miles of live water with Big Wildhorse Creek running across the southern portion of the ranch. Rural water services the improvements. ELECTRICITY Rural electric services the improvements. MINERALS Surface sale only, the seller does not own any minerals. There are a few production sites and a lease road that are not currently active. TAXES The annual property taxes are estimated at $1,750. Ranch is shown by appointment only. Co-Listed with Oklahoma Land Pro.
$900,000  •  1 acres
Big Easy Ranch is a place like no other. Where world-class service and style meet rustic charm: Welcome to The Big Easy Ranch. Exceptional amenities, championship golf, stunning natural beauty and an ideal location that's just far enough away from the hectic pace of city life. And what has been hailed as "A Sporting Club Like No Other" is now offering the opportunity for you to create "A Home Like No Other" We are pleased to introduce premium estate homesites and shared ownership villas, priced from the mid-$700s. Big Easy Living - Ranch living without the heavy lifting. Set on 2,000 rolling acres between Houston, Austin and San Antonio, Big Easy Ranch provides the ultimate experience for outdoor sports and golf enthusiasts. Big Easy Ranch is recognized for its world-class white-tailed deer and exotic hunting, wing shooting, state-of-the-art sporting clay course, trophy bass fishing and its innovative culinary team. Setting itself apart from other sporting clubs is the nine-hole par 3 golf course designed by Chet Williams and an 18-hole championship golf course opening spring of 2023. Membership required. Estate Homesites range from 2/3 acre to over one acre. Renowned custom builders have been selected to design and build the home of your dreams. Homesites were curated to maximize the diverse and beautiful native terrain and include breathtaking views of lakes, creeks, wooded areas, and both the 9-hole and 18-hole golf courses. LOCATION The Big Easy Ranch is 8 miles north of Columbus on Brunes Mill Road, 82 miles from Houston, 94 miles from Austin, 133 miles from San Antonio and 26 miles from Round Top. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Beautiful rolling hills, majestic live oaks, numerous fishing lakes, sandy beaches, 9-hole par 3 golf course and an 18-hole championship golf course opening in spring 2023. Both courses designed by Chet Williams and boast dramatic elevation changes and stunning water falls. WILDLIFE White-tailed deer, axis, black buck, red stag, largemouth bass and freshwater redfish. AGRICULTURE Managed game ranch with 9-hole and new 18-hole golf courses. IMPROVEMENTS The Big Easy Lodge is a 12,000 SF facility that boasts a rustic decor with a stone fireplace, leather club chairs, big screen TVs, billiards, shuffleboard and spacious outdoor patios, outdoor fireplace and fire pit, infinity pool, sporting clay course and 700 yard rifle range. The Golf Academy offers the latest swing analysis technology. WATER Big Easy Aqua, private water system for the entire Big Easy community. ELECTRICITY Electricity is available via San Bernard Electric co-op. MINERALS None Propane buried underground for each home.
$2,999,995  •  242 acres
Grassy Creek Ranch is located in the southwest portion of Grimes county. The property has excellent recreational value for near-term use. Grassy Creek runs through the middle of the ranch. The wet-weather creek is lined with beautiful elms, sycamores, and oaks. This feature makes it teem with wildlife. Additionally, its proximity to the growing cities of Navasota and College Station gives it great potential for future development. LOCATION The ranch is located 3.65 miles southeast of downtown Navasota in Grimes County. The ranch has approximately +/- 4,640 ft of frontage on Highway 6 and +/- 1,680 ft of frontage on County Road 317. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT A majority of the woods on the property are large stands of elm thickets with scattered water oaks, cottonwoods and sycamores. The ranch has very little underbrush making it fun to explore the woods and making them great areas to bow hunt. It has a nice topographic overlook, and the high hill on the south side allows you to gaze upon much of the Grassy Creek bottom. The topography drops down into the Grassy Creek bottom, then rises again in the back northeast corner to another hilltop. WILDLIFE The white-tailed deer population is abundant across the ranch. Several arms of Grassy Creek run through the ranch; the habitat creates excellent conditions for abundant deer on the ranch. While exploring the sanding creek bottoms you can spot an abounding amount of wildlife tracks from white-tailed deer to bobcats, hogs and other vermin. WATER Grassy creek traverses through the northern portion of the ranch; it is a wet-weather creek with a sandy bottom. It has small pockets of water that hold in the creek for a few weeks after rainsa great place to explore with the family. Due to the topography and low-lying areas, there is excellent potential to develop a lake or wetland unit on this property for additional recreational value. ELECTRICITY Electricity is found at various places throughout the ranch.
$520,000  •  104 acres
This 104-acre ranch is ready for the next owner to make their own. Located in northern Coleman County, the Manicchia Ranch offers a great mix of 60% beautiful oak and mesquite ranch land and 40% cultivated fields great for a food plot for wildlife or grazing for livestock. In addition, this great mix provides great opportunities for hunting or raising livestock. Two tanks provide adequate water for wildlife and livestock. The county road frontage on two sides presents many access points for the ranch. If you are looking for a hunting place or a small farm to build a weekend retreat, Manicchia Ranch has a lot to offer. LOCATION 3 miles South of Novice, Tx. With easy access to Highway 84, Manicchi Ranch is a short drive to the towns of Abilene and Coleman. WILDLIFE This part of Coleman County is home to a thriving white-tailed deer population. The great mix of brush and cultivation provide excellent habitat for deer, wild turkeys, dove and wild pigs. AGRICULTURE 45-acre cultivated field. Traditionally has been planted with winter wheat for grazing cattle. WATER Available at the county road. ELECTRICITY Electricity is available.
$1,480,000  •  229 acres
L4 Ranch is a quality combination property located in northern Houston County. This ranch includes a custom barndominium-style cabin, hilltop pasture, and beautiful East Texas topography. Multiple spring-fed creeks and drainages provide available water throughout the majority of the property and hold a variety of favorable timber. LOCATION This property is located between Elkhart and Grapeland, west of Hwy 287, and 30 miles east of I-45. The ranch is under 2.5 hours from Houston and Dallas with access from CR 2310. Crockett and Palestine provide amenities within 20 minutes from the property. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Approximately 35% is pasture which consists of loamy soils with Bermuda and Bahia grass. The property currently supports 35 cows. The ranch displays good topography with a hilltop pasture paralleled by two spring-fed wooded draws. These wooded portions include large oak, pine trees, and remain undisturbed for wildlife. Livestock and wildlife have access to water year-round and the owner has never needed to construct a pond. The topography does allow opportunities for potential pond and lake sites. WILDLIFE The wildlife on this property have adapted to the owners routine of caring for the livestock. There are many options for blinds and food plots with available views of wildlife from 1/2 mile away. White-tailed deer and other wildlife are consistently traveling throughout the ranch. IMPROVEMENTS The improvements include a very well-maintained barndominium-style cabin that sits on approximately 3 acres separated by the county road. The cabin was constructed in 2007 and is 2,976 sqft with a slightly modern influence reflected in the interior. There are 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms downstairs with a bunk/game room and a 4th bathroom on the second story. Also connected is an equipment shop with 3 roll-up doors and direct access to the living area. The laundry room provides back door access. A newly constructed large covered front porch and deck compliment the exterior of the cabin. WATER The improvements are serviced by Consolidated Water Supply. Multiple springs contribute to sustained live-water across this ranch and are estimated to be over 1 mile of running water. ELECTRICITY Houston County Electric services the improvements. MINERALS Some of the owned minerals may convey with an acceptable contract. There is no current production on the property. TAXES The annual property taxes are estimated at $3,336. NOTE The cabin is available fully furnished with some exceptions and with an acceptable contract. The ranch currently runs a full-blood Wagyu herd.
$3,690,000  •  41 acres
The Langley Ranch is a prime property located in city limits of Cross Roads. This ranch has investment potential for future development and currently utilized for agriculture. The property is one of the few remaining rural tracts of land in this area south of Highway 380. There is road frontage on two sides with some utilities already in place. LOCATION This property is located in central Denton County inside the city limits of Cross Roads and 45 minutes from downtown Dallas. The ranch is slightly over 1/2 mile south of Hwy 380 with frontage and access from Potter Shop Road and Tipps Road. This property is approximately 7.5 miles east of Denton and just east of Lake Lewisville. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The topography is moderately sloped and naturally drains to the east. Approximately 95% of the ranch is pasture consisting of mostly bermuda grass with loamy class 2 soils. There are some mature oak and other trees lining the boundaries. WATER Mustang Special Utility District has a 4 water line along on the west side of Potter Shop Road and a 2.5 water line along the north side of Tipps Road. South of the property approximately 3/10 of a mile is an 6 water line at the intersection of Potter Shop Road and Millcreek Road. There is one small pond on the east boundary. ELECTRICITY Denton County Electric services this area. MINERALS Surface sale only. The annual property taxes are approximately $40 with no taxes for the City of Cross Roads. Ranch shown by appointment only.
$950,000  •  543 acres
The San Juan Creek Ranch, a portion of the historic Charco Redondo, is located in southeastern Zapata County. The ranch provides a great opportunity to own an unspoiled piece of the low country. The ranch is loaded with native South Texas wildlife, seasonal water and has a beautiful combination of habitats and soils consisting of sandy loams and clays. LOCATION The ranch is located 28 miles from Zapata and 70 miles south of Laredo, TX. Access to the ranch is off a county road connecting to FM 2687. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch features seasonal water in San Juan Creek and other bottoms that traverse the ranch. This riparian habitat positively impacts the ranchs diversity in habitat and support for producing large native whitetail deer. The soils covering the ranch consist of sandy loams and clays that in our experience are conducive towards doing a variety of wildlife-focused ranch projects. WILDLIFE The native browse, grasses, forbs and succulents provide excellent forage for the wildlife species. Native game species found on the ranch include white-tailed deer, blue quail, bobwhite quail, Rio Grande turkey and dove. WATER San Juan Creek traverses the property from the northeast to the southwest corner providing seasonal waterholes perfect for wildlife and livestock alike. In addition to the seasonal water holes there are 2 earthen tanks. AREA HISTORY In 1953, Mexican President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines and President Dwight D. Eisenhower dedicated Falcon Dam and created an 85,000-acre reservoir known as Lake Falcon. With the creation of the reservoir, the federal government took possession of all lands adjacent to the reservoir that fell below 307 ft elevation as low lands. This excellent fishery is only 30+/- minutes from the ranch gate!
$3,303,250  •  3,650 acres
The Evans Creek Ranch, a short distance west of the high bridge over Amistad Reservoir, is located in an area full of Texas History and the remnants of the indigenous people that once called this unique region home. The terrain offers everything from gently rolling desert hills to widespread bottoms along Evans Creek and dramatic draws leading to the Amistad Reservoir. The ranch’s diverse topography and habitat provide many opportunities for both the recreational end user or working rancher alike. Location: The Evans Creek Ranch is just 15 miles northwest of Del Rio, Texas and 13 miles southeast of Comstock, Texas. The ranch has approximately 3.75 miles of US Highway 90 frontage. Topo, Range, Habitat The landscape consists of a mixture of Edwards Plateau, Chihuahuan Desert and Tamaulipan brushland providing mixed habitat and rangeland for wildlife and livestock alike. This area of Texas has historically been home to extensive sheep operations. The Evans Creek Ranch continues to support a proactive agricultural operation but also benefits from the healthy populations of wildlife. Evans Creek traverses the west side of ranch for about 4.5 miles providing riparian habitat with thermal cover, high nutritional native browse, seasonal watering holes all benefitting the wildlife. The mixture of the three converging eco-regions provide the habitat with flora like sotol & ocotillo, hackberry & persimmon, black brush, white brush and juniper, as well as mesquite woodlands representing a melting pot of habitats. To the southwest, across the Rio Grande River, the view is a stunning panorama of the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains in Mexico. These mountain views fill your view shed as you traverse the ranch. Wildlife: The native browse, grasses, forbs and succulents provide excellent forage for the wildlife species as well as livestock. Native game species found on the ranch include white-tailed deer, blue quail, bobwhite quail, Rio Grande turkey and dove. As for really interesting non-game species seen in the area, there are species like golden eagles, Mexican black bear, mountain lion, Texas horned lizard, grey fox and many migratory songbirds. Water: The Evans Creek Ranch has adequate water distribution system from the 2 water wells located on the ranch. The additional incorporation of large storage pilas, poly pipe and numerous water troughs provides exceptional ranch wide distribution of water resources for wildlife, livestock and domestic use. The ranch is equipped with 2 windmills. Minerals: A portion of Seller’s owned minerals, if any, are negotiable. In addition, portions of the ranch may have State Classified Minerals and any rights associated with those State Classified Minerals will will convey to the Buyer. Area History: Research was conducted back in the 1930’s, in the pre-Amistad days, to salvage prehistoric artifacts such as fiber sandals, baskets, twine nets, atlatls and even rabbit fur robes! The prehistoric people of the lower Pecos canyon lands were viewed as a static and primitive culture that lived here over 9,000 years ago. Now much of these shelters are submerged by the lake. However, you can still find artifacts and spectacular rock art on the walls of the rock shelters found in the region.
$4,400,000  •  140 acres
The FS Ranch is an iconic cattle ranch that has only had two owners since 1900. The current owners purchased the ranch in 1991. Located on FM 159 just east of Industry, the land rolls away from the road and has 3 ponds that stair-step down and feed into a beautiful lake surrounded by a canopy of live oaks. The house has a great room with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the lake and the land below the main house. This is a very private setting made magical by the surrounding trees. With significant improvements including a foreman's house, hay barns, improved pastures, equipment sheds and a 9 stall barn, the FS Ranch has been the home to a high-end cattle operation (registered Angus) and a beloved weekend retreat for the Houston-based family. The ranch has been enjoyed as a wonderful retreat from the city with activities such as fishing, horseback riding and long walks. LOCATION Located 1 mile east of Industry on FM159. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Rolling sandy loam and big hardwoods scatter the pastures. In the heart of the rolling hills of Austin County. WILDLIFE Birds, deer and all kinds of wildlife enjoy the FS Ranch. AGRICULTURE Cattle, horses, and hay. IMPROVEMENTS The 3 bedroom/ 3 bath brick house was built in 1984 and has high-end furnishings, large picture windows, a beautiful open floor plan, a loft used as a game room and a media room. Nearby is a charming 2/2 guest cottage built in 1995 by Carl Construction out of Houston. There is a 3-car attached carport and a pool. WATER The farm has city water and improved roads throughout. ELECTRICITY Bluebonnet Electric MINERALS None. AREA HISTORY Originally the RW Ranch dating back to 1990, Mr. Robert Wiese sold this land to the current owners in 1991. With the new owners, the ranch was renamed the SACC Sarofim Angus Cattle Co. The ranch started as a cow calf operation with Beefmaster cattle and changed to Registered Angus around 1998. The ranch has supplied quality Angus cattle to Ranchers from Mexico to eastern Europe and especially the local commercial cattlemen and women. The ranch also raised some quality horses that have been raised and used on the ranch. OTHER The FS Ranch has always hosted riders in the MS 150 who have spent the night along this beautiful bluebonnet corridor and employed many local high school kids who have all gone on to be successful in numerous occupations.
$3,388,996  •  158 acres
The Ranch at Hills Creek is located in northwest Burleson County. As you enter the ranch, you are greeted by rolling topography and scattered post-oak trees. You are welcomed by the ranch home on a hill that overlooks the spring-fed 14-acre lake as you reach the end of the drive. The lake is managed for fantastic bass and crappie fishing. The lake is surrounded by towering water oaks, pecans, and sweetgums. The sweetgums give the lake a flare in the fall, with leaves glowing red, orange, and yellow. Around the lake, you will find a network of trails and bumbling springs for hours of exploring with the family. LOCATION The ranch is located 7 miles southeast of Rockdale, Texas, in Burleson County. The ranch has road frontage on CR 311. CR 311 is a small two-mile loop that is a quarter mile off FM 908, making it feel very private but easy to access. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT A majority of the woods on the property are large stands of post oak trees, with scattered water oaks, blackjack oaks, Sweetgum, and a lone pecan tree. There is great rolling terrain throughout the property. A stand of towering pine trees in the southwestern corner of the ranch gives that section of the ranch a unique feel. Trails have been cut throughout the ranch for easy driving under the shade of the large tree canopies. WILDLIFE The white-tailed deer population is abundant across the ranch. Hills Creek runs through the ranch, which creates excellent conditions for deer and other game on the ranch. There is also Rio Grande turkey in the area. During certain times of the year, the lake is home to several ospreys, and from time to time, an eagle can be spotted from the back porch. Ducks also use the lake in the wintertime. Several pairs of wood ducks were spotted on the lake and in the creek during our last visit. IMPROVEMENTS The 4,050 sq. ft. home is tucked under a canopy of post oak trees on a hill overlooking the 14-acre lake. The primary bedroom has outstanding views of the lake from the bed. A cozy fireplace and his and hers bathrooms are in the primary bedroom. The main floor has another bedroom, office, formal dining room, breakfast nook, living room, kitchen, and garage. On the second floor are two bedrooms with a jack and Jill bathroom. A large game room sits at the top of the stairs with bunkbeds for overflow guests. There is a 4050 equipment barn with a slab floor. Next to the lake, there is a storage shed for fishing gear and swimming floats. Under the shed is a fish tank for baitfish and a cleaning station. There is a wooden dock for parking boats and an excellent place for the kids to fish. Along the lakeshore is a fire ring for evening fires with your guests. Additionally, on the dam, there is a giant rope swing for launching into the cool waters along the dam in the summertime. WATER The gem of the property is the well-managed 14-acre bass lake. It has outstanding fishing with mature bass, crappie, sunfish, and bluegill. The lake bass record is just north of 11 lbs. The lake has a primary spillway with several pipes that flow through the dam. They allow excess water to flow south into Hills creek. They also allow you to draw down the lake several feet when desired for shoreline vegetation management. Several springs on the property have been flowing through the recent drought; one flows into the lake and the other into Hills Creek. The lake level held very strong through the drought. The lake carries a 6-8 ft depth across most of the main lake; near the dam, it drops to 10-14ft. On the northeast side, the lake depth tapers to more shallow waters, great for spawning in the spring and wintering ducks in the fall. ELECTRICITY Electricity is found at various places throughout the ranch. MINERALS There are several old producing oil wells on the property.
$1,750,000  •  761 acres
The Parham River Ranch is a rare property composed of productive bottomland, river frontage, and very pleasing topography. The diversity of this ranch is very attractive to wildlife as well as good pasture for grazing. The North Canadian River is very scenic and offers many opportunities for fishing and recreation. LOCATION The ranch is located between Okemah and Cromwell, 2 miles south of I-40. The property is accessed from N3750 Rd. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The bottomland acreage offers mostly class 1 and 3 loamy soils. These favorable soil areas hold productive native and mostly bermuda grass. Approximately 40% of the property is open with a carrying capacity of 80 90 cows. Mature and dense hardwoods line much of the pasture and create natural barriers among some of the open areas. The topography is truly unique and boasts approximately 130 of elevation change with cool season views of the river. There are approximately 20 contiguous deeded acres across the river and some of the bottomland floods after a significant rain. WILDLIFE The wooded areas stay mostly undisturbed and the ranch can produce some good deer with little work. There are many options to improve the hunting as well. Many other native wildlife species can be seen or pursued including turkeys. The river provides a multitude of fishing opportunities. IMPROVEMENTS This ranch has historically been unimproved. Livestock facilities are functional with good and moderate fencing around of the bottomland and 80 acres on the north. Access and interior roads are in good shape. WATER The North Canadian River is on the southwest and southeast corners with more than .6 miles of frontage. There are over 6 ponds and sloughs mostly around the bottomland. A large unnamed creek cuts briefly into the east boundary about midway. The ranch has other seasonal creeks and drainages as well. Okfuskee Water D2 services a residence .5 miles from the property. ELECTRICITY There is an electric service line near the access road on the north end of the property. MINERALS Surface sale only. Note: The current access road is just south of the legal access easement. Do not enter the property without an appointment with the listing agent.
$2,175,000  •  500 acres
Located 12 miles north of Tilden and great access, this South Texas gem will catch your eye. With new roads, blind and feeders, and a plethora of Tier 1 brush species that a whitetail needs, you wont be disappointed in knowing this could be yours. McMullen county has long been known as a trophy-producing county and this ranch is sure to have the genetics and age structure to support a healthy population of great bucks. LOCATION Located 1 hour south of San Antonio, 1 hours northwest of Corpus Christi, 2 hours south of Austin and 3 hours southwest of Houston, you may not find a better offering with proximity to major cities while getting the opportunity to be in one of Texas most sought after wildlife regions. With Tilden being only 12 miles to the south and Jourdanton 18 miles to the north, you are close to great local cuisine, fuel and grocery. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The Big 5 Ranch is located in the brush country of northern McMullen County comprised of largely mixed brush species that are prime for wildlife health and nutrition. In viewing this property, you will note that it is some of richest and most diverse brush that you will find anywhere in the region. From old growth Bull mesquites to Guayacon, Texas Ebony, Lime Prickly Ash, Persimmon and Granjeno to an almost innumerable species count, the land thrives with the highly palatable flora to naturally grow and sustain healthy populations of trophy whitetails. The soils on the ranch lend to the healthy species count but also having roughly 40 feet of elevation change and a wet weather creek bed. You will notice great diversity while you traverse the ranch. WILDLIFE As stated above, the immediate area this ranch sits within has been known statewide as a trophy buck-producing area. McMullen County is Boone and Crockett producing county. There is no question that managed appropriately, this ranch will get you there. This ranch has been lightly managed over the past 20+ years for whitetail deer with MLD level 3 status and a conservative approach to harvest. With that in mind, you will have a great mature deer herd and the opportunity to manage how you see fit to grow the quality and quantity of deer you seek. Aside from the excellent deer population, there are Turkeys, Bobwhite Quail, Dove, Hogs and Javelina consistent with the area. You will want to be on the pond during dove season for those storied south Texas tank hunts. IMPROVEMENTS The Big 5 has newly constructed and maintained roads, 1 new 12 Atascosa Blind and 2 new 600 lb spin cast feeders. With a blank slate of opportunity, you can choose your build site and get started on the ranch of your dreams. WATER Water will be provided by a shared water agreement from a large well on a neighboring property. There is also a recently cleared pond in the central and western portions of the ranch. ELECTRICITY Electricity runs along the boundaries of the property in multiple areas. MINERALS This is a surface-only sale. AREA HISTORY McMullen County is rich in history with famed cattle trails, routes to and from Old Mexico to San Antonio, Historic cattle ranches and founders. In 1870 Ralph Rafe Franklin settled on 40,000 acres in northern McMullen and southern Atascosa Counties to run sheep and goats and later to build a cattle operation. He built his ranch headquarters on SanMiguel Creek. To this day, the Franklin family owns an adjoining ranch while this ranch and several surrounding were part of the historic Franklin Ranch.
$1,500,000  •  100 acres
Baker Ranch is a wonderful wooded tract of land located just south of Luling, Texas with easy access off of I-10, making it very accessible from San Antonio, Houston and Austin. The ranch provides great hunting opportunities and with its rolling hills, large pond and a great variety of old-growth trees, there are multiple homesites locations throughout the property. LOCATION The ranch is located 8 miles south of Luling, Texas just west of Hwy 80 with frontage on Baker Ranch Road. The ranch is less than an hour from both San Antonio and Austin and two hours from Houston. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Baker Ranch features several areas of open meadows with a variety of native grasses that are common for this portion of the Central Texas Prairie. The soils are primarily sandy loam. There is an abundance of mature bull mesquites along the northern portion of the ranch offering a tremendous amount of privacy from the gate and Baker Ranch Road. The southern portion of the ranch is primarily wooded habitat consisting of a variety of oaks, mesquite and other hardwoods with a gentle roll in elevation increasing to 100ft. The habitat is excellent for hunting. WILDLIFE White-tailed deer are abundant on the property as well as plenty of hogs, doves, predators and sometimes ducks in the winter on the pond. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch is a blank slate for a new owner. There is a good rural road which moves all the way to the back of the property and some cleared areas but otherwise mostly untouched woodlands. WATER There is one small pond in the middle of the property located on Smith Creek with meanders through the property. Groundwater here is located between 180 to 400 and can produce plenty of potable water for locating a home. ELECTRICITY Electric service is conveniently located along the road frontage on the property. MINERALS No minerals are to be conveyed with the sale, surface only. There is an easement along the northern boundary for a neighbor to access their property but it runs along the fence line.
$1,200,000  •  102 acres
Pendleton Porter Ranch is situated in one of the most scenic and historic areas of North Texas. In fact, this ranch has remained in the family since Pendleton Porter settled in the area around 1860! The property's mixed hardwood timber and undergrowth exemplifies the best of the Cross Timbers ecoregion. This ranch feels mostly untouched aside from the recently cut trails through the woods which provide great access. Local wineries, scenic rolling hills and beautiful pastures make this such an attractive location to be in, especially when you consider it's only an hour and a half from the Metroplex. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch is predominantly wooded with a mixture of post oak, wild plums and pecans. Several clearings with native grasses give the ranch a great balance. Cottonwood Creek runs through the property and is lined with large hardwoods and serves as a terrific wildlife corridor. WILDLIFE Deer, hogs, and turkey can be found on the property. WATER The ranch has a water well. ELECTRICITY There is electricity on the property. AREA HISTORY Pendleton Porter was one of the original settling families of Montague County and this ranch has remained in the family ever since!
$1,500,000  •  84 acres
Cross Creek Ranch is an undeveloped property that sits approximately one hour northeast of Austin, TX. Due to the ranch's proximity to the staggering growth of Austin and Taylor, this property yields amazing potential for development, recreation or a building spot for your forever home atop of the rolling terrain. LOCATION The ranch is located 12 miles west of Lexington, TX. The property has approximately 1,600 feet of county road frontage and is 20 miles southeast of the rapidly growing Taylor, TX. Please contact us for the exact location. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT This property boasts a unique mixture of rolling pasture, creek bottoms and dense hardwood forest. A wet weather creek bisects the property and is lined with a mixture of cedar elms, towering pines, pecan trees, various oak species and native undergrowth habitat. WILDLIFE White-tailed deer and wild hogs are abundant on this property due to the wet weather creek acting as a highway for wildlife and the abundance of fruit-bearing trees offering dependable forage. Predators like bobcats and coyotes have been known to frequent the property. AGRICULTURE The large open section of the property contains native grasses and has been utilized for hay production. The propertys east side holds a young pecan orchard with 150 yearlings with drip line irrigation and 100 existing pecan trees. The property is currently ag exempt. ELECTRICITY Electricity is available. MINERALS Contact for details.
$4,801,500  •  990 acres
Forming the western boundary and the namesake of this amazingly diverse and unique ranch is the San Miguel Creek. Forming a snaking deep draw lined with Oaks, Elms, Hackberries and Bull mesquites, you will see why San Miguel Creek is an oasis in the desert. Not only does this ranch have the jungle of San Miguel Creek, but it also has an incredible creek-fed lake system providing endless potential for fishing, waterfowl, and recreation. When you traverse this property, you wont be able to get your mind off the opportunities to grow trophy whitetail, fish in the lakes and hunt ducks and dove in and around the lakes. Coupled with the diversity of the habitat, this is a must-see property. LOCATION Located 1 hour south of San Antonio, 1 hours northwest from Corpus Christi, 2 hours south of Austin and 3 hours southwest of Houston, you may not find a better offering with proximity to major cities while getting the opportunity to be in one of Texas most sought after wildlife regions. With Tilden being only 12 miles to the south and Jourdanton 18 miles to the north, you are close to great local cuisine, fuel, and grocery. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The San Miguel Creek Ranch is located in the brush country of northern McMullen County comprised of largely mixed brush species that are prime for wildlife health and nutrition. In viewing this property, you will note that it is some of the richest and most diverse brush that you will find anywhere in the region. Coming from the higher elevation areas with mixed brush and falling down to San Miguel Creek will make you feel as though you have entered a jungle of large canopy trees lining the riparian zones. It is so rich with diversity on this property, it excites the mind with the opportunities that abound. From old growth Bull mesquites to Guayacon, Texas Ebony, Lime Prickly Ash, Persimmon, Guajillo, Blackbrush and Granjeno in the upper regions of the ranch to the large trees along the creek , the land thrives with the highly palatable flora to naturally grow and sustain healthy populations of trophy whitetails while roosting large groups of Turkey along the creek. The soils on the ranch lend to the healthy species count but also have roughly 30 feet of elevation change and a separate wet weather creek bed aside from San Miguel Creek. You will notice great diversity while you traverse the ranch. WILDLIFE As stated above, the immediate area this ranch sits within has been known statewide as a trophy buck producing area. McMullen County is Boone and Crockett producing country. There is no question that managed appropriately, this ranch will get you there. This ranch has been lightly managed over the past 20+ years for whitetail deer with MLD level 3 status and a conservative approach to harvest. With that in mind, you will have a great mature deer herd and the opportunity to manage how you see fit to grow the quality and quantity of deer you seek. Aside from the excellent deer population, there are Turkeys, Bobwhite Quail, Dove, Hogs and Javelina consistent with the area. When full, the lakes will also house great populations of ducks for winter hunting. Dont lose site of the great dove hunting this area of the state offers for those storied South Texas tank hunts. IMPROVEMENTS The San Miguel Creek Ranch has newly constructed and maintained roads, 2 12 Atascosa Blind and 4 spin cast feeders. With a blank slate of opportunity, you can choose your build site and get started on the ranch of your dreams. WATER This ranch is so diverse in its riparian and lakebed opportunities. San Miguel Creek is traditionally a wet weather creek, but it does have pot holes that stay year round. The 2 large lakebeds, named Live Oak Lake and Turkey Lake, on this ranch can be filled to 20 and 40 acres respectively with dams on the southern ends to provide great depth after rainfall events. There is 1 artesian well on the property centrally located. ELECTRICITY Electricity comes in near the front gate and is available on the eastern side of the ranch in areas. MINERALS Surface Only Sale AREA HISTORY McMullen County is rich in history with famed cattle trails, routes to and from Old Mexico to San Antonio, Historic cattle ranches and founders. In 1870 Ralph Rafe Franklin settled on 40,000 acres in northern McMullen and southern Atascosa Counties to run sheep and goats and later to build a cattle operation. He built his ranch headquarters on SanMiguel Creek. To this day, the Franklin family owns an adjoining ranch while this ranch and several surrounding were part of the historic Franklin Ranch.
$399,000  •  125 acres
Located southwest of Rocksprings, TX in the West Prong Nueces watershed is the Pinyon Ridge Ranch. The property has diverse habitat with lush bottoms benefiting the wildlife and high points showcasing views of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. The predominant well known flora of the ranch consists of live oak, pinyon pine, cedar and hackberry trees along with the native brush and grasses of the area. The Pinyon Ridge Ranch is a perfect place to build your dream home, hunt or enjoy other recreational activities. There is a shared well. Please call with any questions and we will get them answered.
$695,000  •  39 acres
Beautiful property located less than 25 minutes from San Antonio. The majority of the south side of ranch is bordered by Elm Creek. Lots of huge trees along the creek including oaks and pecans. There is abundant wildlife on the property including deer, hogs and wild turkeys. LOCATION Approximately 39 acres near Von Ormy/Somerset area off of South Evans Rd. The property is in the Somerset School District. IMPROVEMENTS The property includes a quaint, 2,300 sq ft 3 bed/ 1.5 bath house in need of a bit of maintenance. Includes a shed next to the house with an enclosed area, perfect for a man cave. A 6,000 sq ft pole barn sits on the ranch. Also includes an older single-wide in need of significant maintenance. There are also several other structures that are not useable. WATER There is a seasonal pond on the property. Water is provided by Benton City water supply. MINERALS Mineral rights can be negotiated. OTHER Listing sales associate is related to the seller.
$10,750,000  •  566 acres
Sitting on a hill overlooking a valley where Cedar Creek cuts through the property, less than seven miles north of Burton is Rolling Oaks Ranch. The stewards of this ranch have transformed the land into an idyllic retreat that features the highest end of authentic Texas ranch lifestyle. The main home sits on a hill overlooking a stunning valley below full of huge oaks and pecans. Sitting on the porch carries owners and guests to a simpler time, while offering extensive comfort and convenience. A guest home, swimming pool, horse barn and equipment barn as well as multiple other amenities make this ranch one of the finest offerings to be found in Texas. LOCATION The ranch is located just north of Burton on the lightly travelled FM 1697. The ranch is 91 miles from downtown Houston, 73 miles from Austin, and a short 15 minute drive to Brenham and 20 minutes to Roundtop. The ranch includes over a mile of frontage on FM 1697 and another access point with 300 of frontage on FM 180. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Rolling Oaks Ranch is a mixture of open pastures and heavily wooded creek bottoms which meander across the property. The mixture of tree species is incredible, dominated by tremendous majestic live oaks and pecans that dot the landscape. Other old growth trees on the ranch include water oaks, elms, hackberries and osage orange, just to name a few. The pastures on the ranch are in improved grasses and much of the understory in the forest has been opened up to create a park like look to much of the bottomlands. Other areas of the ranch have been left natural to provide shelter, cover and sanctuary for the wildlife. WILDLIFE The Rolling Oaks ranch is set up for great hunting opportunities. The white-tailed deer on the property are abundant and are frequently seen browsing in the the creek bottoms on the property. There are five tower blinds along with four fenced-in food plot areas. With two developed wetland units along with water wells to fill, there is excellent duck hunting on the ranch during the winter migration. Dove are very prevalent in this area and of course plenty of hogs are to be found. AGRICULTURE The ranch is currently under 1D1 ag and running cattle. There are multiple fenced pastures to facilitate a rotational grazing program. IMPROVEMENTS The main timber/stone home was built in 2017 on a rise over-looking the Cedar Creek valley. The highlight of this master-level construction is the tremendous great room featuring a huge stone fireplace with large panel windows overlooking the stunning view. The kitchen and dining room are both incorporated into the great room, creating an inviting atmosphere for entertaining family and guest. High ceilings with large wood beams give the great room a real open space ambiance. The home includes a master bedroom on one wing and a second master with two guest bedrooms on the other, each with their own bathrooms. The house is approximately 4,000 square feet and has both a front porch and a very large covered back porch embracing the amazing views. Next door to the main home is a small refurbished guest home that has three more bedrooms to accommodate more guests with some added privacy. The guest home includes a kitchen, den and breakfast room along with its own back porch. Included in the housing compound is a swimming pool with a covered deck, a large horse barn, equipment barn, and fire pit area. All of this is inside a fenced area with manicured landscaping. WATER A major feature of the property is Cedar Creek which runs almost two miles through the property such that the ranch enjoys both sides of the creek for the vast majority of it. The creek is a wet weather creek but is deep with a sandy bottom and huge trees lining its banks. There are four ponds on the property that hold water great, with the largest being overlooked by the main home. Two wetland units have been built by the waterfowl-loving owner that can be filled during the winter by water wells and then dried out in the summer to grow forage to attract ducks during the season. There are four water wells in use on the property and groundwater here is strong. At the homesite, a new well was drilled that is 244 deep and produces over 60 GPM. Other wells on the property produce high volumes of water to allow for multiple uses if desired. ELECTRICITY Electric service is conveniently located on many parts of the property. MINERALS The Seller does not own any of the mineral estate. There are three producing sites on the property, although all three are well hidden and make a minimal impact on the property.
$2,998,000  •  202 acres
Navidad River Ranch is a ranching, wildlife and recreational paradise. Wide open improved pastures, thick stands of woods, close to a mile of Navidad River frontage and a beautiful custom home leave little else to be desired of a ranching property. With very little pressure, wildlife abounds across the ranch. Whitetail, turkey, migratory birds and a healthy population of hogs along the river result in outstanding hunting opportunities. A well surfaced gravel road leads from the gate to the main home with multiple trails cutting through the woods in every direction. LOCATION Navidad River Ranch sits just 105 miles west of Houston, in between Hallettsville and El Campo. Hallettsville and Schulenburg are just 15 miles and 32 miles, respectively. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Topography throughout the Navidad River Ranch rolls gently with several high points including the homesight. Ridges also follow along the Navidad and drop down to the river bed. WILDLIFE A healthy mix of open improved pasture, thick stands of woods and a long stretch of Navidad River frontage makes the Navidad River Ranch a wildlife haven. Trails opened up through the woods with cleared underbrush create great cover while allowing numerous wildlife viewing opportunities. White-tailed deer, turkey, hogs and migratory birds are frequent visitors and residents of the ranch. AGRICULTURE The ranch currently supports a healthy herd of longhorns and operates under a wildlife management plan which maintains the ranchs Appraisal. IMPROVEMENTS The majestic 4,063 square foot main home sits as a centerpiece of the Navidad River Ranch. Built in 2011, no expense was spared or detail overlooked in the custom construction of this beautiful home. Tucked away towards the back of the property, the home sits above a beautiful lake and looks out towards the tree-lined Navidad River. A detached garage with power and water provide storage for farm and ranch equipment. A Foremans home sits towards the front of the property and can be converted into guest quarters or maintained as a foremans home. Contact broker for a complete list of home improvements and details or cost sheet of items and accessories that could be purchased separately. WATER One of the signature features of this ranch is a long stretch of clear flowing Navidad River frontage, measuring almost a mile in length. Additionally there is a nice one-acre pond sitting below the house with a dock which is fed by a water well and picturesque windmill. ELECTRICITY Power supply runs to the home runs along a power line which follows the main gravel road. Please Contact Listing Agent for a list of Reserved Items and additional pricing for cattle, equipment and Accessories.
$1,390,000  •  200 acres
Amazing location for Andrew's Branch! 1.5 hours from Houston and less than an hour from the Texas Gulf Coast. Not very often does a 200 acre tract come available with this much potential. There is an existing pond on the front of the property and a new pond near the middle of the ranch. LOCATION The ranch is located in southern Lavaca County 22 miles north of Hwy 59 out of Edna on Hwy 111. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Perfect habitat for white-tailed deer! Soils are primarily sandy or sandy loam with good clay underneath for the ability to create great lakes and ponds. WILDLIFE White-tailed deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs and varmints are abundant on the ranch. There are plenty of huge oaks to provide food and cover for both the deer and turkey. With two ponds the wildlife does not have to walk far to find a drink. WATER Two ponds and one water well are located on the property. ELECTRICITY Electricity is on the Southern border of the property MINERALS All owned minerals will convey (estimated 25%)
$695,000  •  64 acres
Amazing opportunity to own 64 acres just outside of booming Bedias, Texas. This property is ideal for full-time living or weekend getaways from the big city. Topography, rangeland & habitat: The property is currently used for grazing cattle and hunting. Wildlife: White-tailed deer, hogs, song birds and doves can be found on the property. Improvements: Property is fenced with cattle fence. Water: Sims Creek runs through the northern portion of the property. One nice pond is on the property.
$3,995,000  •  40 acres
Pioneer Equestrian Facility is located less than 15 minutes from Conroe, TX, situated directly off of FM 2432. The concrete driveway leads to the facilities consisting of a covered arena, 16 stall horse barn, owner's house, as well as an additional barndominium with living quarters. There are multiple paddocks and plenty of room to add more. Deer and other wildlife are regularly seen in the native timber and fields. LOCATION The intersection of FM 2432 and Pioneer Trace Dr. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The grounds around the facilities are well maintained and landscaped. There is a pond located next to the facilities and all of the trees are mowed underneath creating a very shaded open atmosphere. Once you are passed the facilities, there are a number of trails that meander through the native fields and timber of the eastern part of the property. There is a small wetland unit here that attracts wildlife and holds water most of the year. WILDLIFE A number of the acres is still fairly wild providing the opportunity for wildlife viewing or hunting. Most of this acreage can be easily converted to pasture if so desired. IMPROVEMENTS All of the improvements are less than 3 years old being built in 2019 and 2020. There is a 1,500 sf one bed two bath owner house that works great for either staying at or getting ready for a day of riding. The 2,500 sf barndominium has living quarters in one end that is ideal for an onsite ranch manager or guest lodging. The remaining shop space in the barndomium is open for parking equipment or storage. The 4,000 sf horsebarn consists of 16 stalls with lights, fans, and water. An open, outdoor arena measuring 60 x 200 is located next to the pond surrounded by planted oak trees. The 14,500 sf covered arena is complete with lights and sidewalks all the way around. The main entrance is located off of Pioneer Trace Dr which is a dead-end road that only services the handful of estates in this private neighborhood. Being located directly off of FM 2432 allows for a number of commercial uses as well. Commercial activity is allowed on the 10 acres with FM 2432 frontage.
$6,480,000  •  344 acres
Breaux Ranch is located in the western portion of Grimes County. This area is well known for its many lakes and rolling topography, the countryside in western Grimes County is picturesque. The ranch offers a beautiful custom-built home tucked in a mott of post oak trees surrounded by multiple lakes and ponds, several of which are believed to be artesian. Beautifully manicured rolling pastures with hilltops and long views were thoughtfully developed throughout the ranch. Sand Creek runs through the middle of the ranch, this wet weather creek is lined with beautiful post oaks and water oaks, under their canopies are miles of trails to explore. LOCATION The ranch is located 15 miles southeast of College Station in Grimes County. The ranch has the following public road frontage: approximately 1000 on FM 149 (main entrance). Approx. 4090 on County Road 185 and approx. 640 on County Road 186. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT A majority of the woods on the property are large stands of post oak trees, with scattered water oaks and live oaks. Several of the pastures on the east side have scattered pine trees. The pastures have been improved throughout the ranch. They are seasonally fertilized, sprayed with herbicides for weeds, and treated for gophers. The front pasture by the house is Bermuda for hay cutting and the back pastures have been planted with sprigs of Coastal. WILDLIFE The white-tailed deer population is abundant across the ranch. With several arms of Sand Creek running through the ranch, the habitat creates excellent conditions for abundant deer on the ranch. The ponds and lakes scattered across the ranch are also home to wood ducks year-round and the wintering population of ducks in the area is strong due to the close proximity to wetlands, roasting lakes, and river bottoms. Additionally, the owners have done a great job at controlling the wild pig population, the ranch has traps strategically set out around the ranch to keep the hog from rutting up the improved pastures. IMPROVEMENTS There is a 2-story W.L. Martin Home Design custom-built home which was built in 2005. The home has 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, and one-half bath. There is a large kitchen with a breakfast nook. Additionally, there is a living room, formal dining room, theater room, and office. The home has a two-car garage. The home is 4,451 SF of heat and cool space with a slab measurement of 4,920 SF according to the home plans. Fiber has been run to the home for high-speed internet, a unique feature in the country. Next to the home sits two barns approx. 1,200 SF each, one is used to store equipment and the other has been converted to a party barn with a bar and roll-up doors on both sides for a cross-breeze. WATER Surrounding the house there are 4 ponds totaling approximately 3.9 surface acres of water. The ponds have been stocked with native bass, crappie, and catfish. Sand Creek traverses through the middle of the ranch, it is a wet weather creek, but it does trickle in months with higher rain totals. A great place to explore with the family. In the southern pasture, there are four small ponds for wildlife and livestock, two of which are believed to be artesian. A new lake has recently been constructed in the southwest pasture, it is estimated to be 1-2 acres when full. The home is serviced by county water. ELECTRICITY Electricity is found at various places throughout the ranch.
Republic Ranches
Republic Ranches
Republic Ranches, LLC
Republic Ranches, LLC
100 W. Olmos Drive, Suite 101
San Antonio, TX 78212

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