Stephen Stransky

I started my real estate career in Houston Texas in 2001 for a real estate investment firm. I left there in 2004 and moved to San Antonio to do land and lot acquisition for a home company, but the market turned on them and so I decided to start my own company in 2005. My primary focus has been on Commercial Real Estate and Ranch Real Estate throughout Texas. My philosophy is to treat every property I am working on as if it was my own and to advise every client with the same thoughts that I would use to buy or sell property for myself even if that means we don’t get a deal done. I believe in focusing on building long-term relationships with quality clients and enjoying the success and fun of land ownership for years to come for both parties. – Stephen Stransky
Contact for Price  •  270 acres
DESCRIPTION: The Duval county 270 ranch is +/-270 acres of untouched blank canvas south texas brush. It is located only 3.5 miles North of Freer, TX and approx. 1.7 miles east of Hwy. 16 at the end of an all-weather partially paved easement road. IMPROVEMENTS: The ranch has three phase electricity running through it and is partially fenced with some being high and some low fence. There is also a large caliche pit on the ranch which has been used in the past to sell material for roads, etc.. and could be put back into production. The caliche pit is at the highest point on the ranch giving great views in all directions. There is also 1 deer blind and 1 feeder that will convey with the sale. WILDLIFE: This ranch is considered a low fence ranch and has all species of wildlife native to the area with great brush diversity to grow large whitetail deer. WATER: There currently are not any water wells on the ranch. The wells in the area within a half-mile radius from this ranch show to produce anywhere from 3-10gpm. There is 1 tank on the ranch that holds water with normal rainfall. MINERALS: The minerals on the ranch are considered “state mineral classified” which basically means the surface owner, acts as the agent for the State of Texas in negotiating and executing oil and gas leases on Relinquishment Act Lands (RAL). The State surrenders to the surface owner one-half (1⁄2) of any bonus, rental and royalty as compensation for acting as its agent, and in lieu of surface damages. There currently are no leases or production on the ranch. Click on the link below for further information.
$1,182,000  •  197 acres
LOCATION: The ranch is located approx. 25 minutes from downtown Corpus Christi near Chapman ranch, TX at the end of county road 6 which can be accessed either by CR 51 or CR 53. DESCRIPTION: The Circle 7 Angus South Division ranch is approx. 197 acres in Nueces county near the northern border of the Kleberg county line. This ranch consist of approx. 65% native brush and 35% well-maintained pasture land. It is only one property away from the famed Laureles division of the King Ranch. IMPROVEMENTS: The ranch has one main building built in 2007 with 4,000 square feet under roof. Both ends of the barn have 1,400 square feet of covered cement which can be used for additional parking or entertainment. There is a very usable efficiency apartment inside the barn with a full kitchen and bath. The remainder of the space is used for typical ranch equipment storage. There is also a small covered pavilion area that can be used for a skinning shed, etc. The entire perimeter of the ranch is galvanized low-fence King Ranch wire. There are also 3 cement low water crossings. WATER: This ranch is well watered with 1 good water well providing water to the improvements and also piped water to several of the water tanks. There are 6 ponds on the property with piped water to 3 of them. There is one large storage tank near the well and also a large pila with piped water to it. There is also a drainage ditch that runs through the property and holds water in various locations throughout the year making it easily accessible to wildlife throughout the ranch. WILDLIFE: One of the main attractions to this ranch is the opportunity to hunt low-fence free range deer so close to the world famous King Ranch. With the diversity of native brush and pasture land the owner has created along with water all over this ranch, the wildlife is very abundant. Because of the drainage ditch running through the ranch the turkey are plentiful along with whitetail deer, quail, hogs, ducks, and great dove hunting. MINERALS: This is a surface sale only. The owner does not own any minerals to convey. ADDITIONAL LAND AVAILABLE: There are several hundred acres adjoining this ranch and the King Ranch that might also be purchased. TURNKEY: This ranch is being offered turn-key with some ranch equipment along with 22 high-quality Angus heifers.
Contact for Price  •  370 acres
The Full Draw Ranch is any hunters dream, but has been set up specifically for the bow hunter. Located just a short drive West down Hwy. 85 from Dilley in Dimmit County. 370 high-fenced acres of thick South Texas brush located in the golden triangle, this ranch offers superior deer and quail hunting with first class accommodations. Every amenity and tool you may need is already in place and is included with this turn-key ranch sale. IMPROVEMENTS: A main lodge which consists of approx. 6,000 sq. ft.. When you walk in the door you are surrounded by Felicia Cammack painted murals on the walls and scenes from all around the globe. You can then step into your own professional style bow shop and get outfitted with whatever you may need for your hunt or pick a gun out of the 1’ thick cement wall gun room. Full kitchen and bar flanked with a pool table, and entertainment area. Another activity to enjoy while not out hunting is the high/low house & wobble trap with lights for evening entertaining. On each side of the lodge there are casitas with a total of 7 private fully furnished bedrooms to accommodate guest. There is also a ranch manager’s house about ½ mile down the road with 3br’s, & 2 baths. Two barns consisting of over 5,000 sq. ft. of storage for equipment, vehicles, etc. WATER: The water for the ranch is provided by a Carrizo Water Well being approx. 1,950’ deep with 6 5/8” casing and a 30HP pump with three phase electricity. There is a 2,200 gallon storage tank at the house inside a spray foamed room to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. WILDLIFE: This ranch has been managed for years, which is evident by the deer herd and abundant quail population. It is not uncommon to sit at a blind and see in excess of 20 deer with bucks averaging 170” to over 200”. There are 7 hunting stations with MB Ranch King Blinds and feeders with 4 of which have their own lined pond for watering. The feeders work off of a timer with remote controls. There are also 8 protein feeders with 4 being 1 ton and 4 being approx. 750 lbs. There are two 1.5 acre deer pens that soft release into the 10 acre high-fenced food plot. This ranch is not under any MLD designation, but is under a wildlife exemption. The only exotics on the ranch are 5 zebras and there are no hogs or cattle. MINERALS: The seller does not own any minerals to convey, but does have surface control and water rights. There has not been any oilfield activity allowed on this property. TURNKEY: This property is being offered turnkey which includes, but is not limited to a walk-in-cooler, John Deere tractor, camo smart car, camo Jeep Liberty, welding machine on trailer, Toyota Land Cruiser top drive, 15’ batwing shredder, 2 seeders, fuel tanks, fertilizer sprayer, disc, 8-four wheelers, road grader, numerous tools, lawnmower, furniture, appliances, etc. ADDITIONAL LAND: The adjoining Ranch on the North and West side of the Full Draw is also for sale and consist of 8,197 total acres or they will consider selling just the south half which is 2,940 acres.
Contact for Price  •  87 acres
The Pickens ranch is a total of approx. 87 acres fronting on Hwy. 16 just 5 miles south of Bandera, TX. The ranch is on the east side of Hwy. 16 and in the Bandera School District. There is a great diversity of large Oak trees with good cover for the wildlife and several open fields with good soils for grazing. This property has been in the same family for several decades and used for agricultural purposes, but with the growing population several properties adjoining this ranch are now being used for commercial purposes. The sellers prefer to sell as a whole, but are willing to consider subdividing into smaller tracts of 20 acres or larger. The ranch has nice open pastures and very large oak trees. It is currently under an ag exemption and being leased out to run goats on. There is approx. 2,700 of frontage on Hwy. 16 and 1,450 of depth. There is an old house of approx. 1,042 sq. ft., but it is not lived in at this time. There is also 1 septic system and 1 water well which provides water to the house and livestock troughs. There are some old sheds that are used for cover for the livestock and a set of working pens. The ranch has 3 phase power and also a pipeline running through it. There is good perimeter fencing and a cross fence dividing the property into two pastures with a fenced lane leading into the working pens and barns.
$7,500,000  •  305 acres
A 305-ACRE RIVER RANCH IN KERRVILLE, TEXAS The River Ridge Ranch is on Hwy. 173 approx. 4 miles south of downtown Kerrville, Texas. It consists of 305 acres with Guadalupe river frontage overlooking and adjoining the Comanche Trace golf course. The main house on top of the hill is a 8-br, 6-bath home that has spectacular views of downtown Kerrville and the entire ranch itself. The property is divided into 7 pipe-fenced pastures with over 160 acres of coastal grass for horses or cattle. Ranch improvements include 3 homes, 2 horse barns, 2 hay barns, an equipment barn and a workshop, all easily accessible by the paved roads within the ranch. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, axis, and blackbuck.
$6,899,500  •  552 acres
A 552-ACRE PROPERTY NEAR KERRVILLE, TEXAS The Tortuga Ranch on Turtle Creek is located on Hwy. 173 approx. 7 miles south of Kerrville and 3 miles north of Camp Verde, Texas. The property consists of 552 acres that is mostly high-fenced and has some of the best trophy white-tail deer hunting you can find along with some exotics which are protein fed year-round. Both sides of Turtle Creek run through the north side of the property which allows for great swimming and fishing. The main lodge has a pool and outdoor entertainment cabana with great views. The property also has 3 additional homes, a 20 acre soft release deer pen, 4 stall horse barn, workshop, and 3 water wells. This ranch is being offered turnkey.
Contact for Price  •  411.38 acres
411.38 ACRES NORTH OF BOERNE ON IH-10/HWY 87 This beautiful 411.38 acre property borders I-10/Hwy 87 at the Welfare exit number 533 and has approximately 2,000 feet of frontage on the two-way I-10 frontage road. The property is easily accessible being located at the Welfare exit and includes a 100 ft ROW access from Spanish Pass Road. The property is located approximately 6 miles from downtown Boerne. The property is covered with beautiful old oaks and has an abundance of wild game. This 411.38 acres would make a great ranch to enjoy with family and an even better investment to sell when Boerne reaches your doorstep in the near future!
Contact for Price  •  133 acres
Contact for Price  •  150 acres
This property is located 3 miles West of Chapman Ranch TX, 20 minutes south of downtown Corpus Christi. The +/- 148 acres is being offered turnkey. The closest HEB (groceries) is15 min’s. away, Kings Inn at Baffin Bay (50 min’s), Port Aransas (48 min’s), closest beach on Padre Island (35 min’s), downtown San Antonio (2 hrs) The Subject Ranch: The Main Residence is 4,300 sq. ft. with large back porch. Adjoining the main house is an additional +/-2,000 sq. ft. garage with a 2 bedroom, 1 bath Guest House. A 1 bedroom Worker’s Quarters is attached to a 2,000 sq. ft. equipment shop. A 4-stall horse barn with roping arena. Cattle pens and pastures seeded with Kline Grass for grazing. Shooting range and Automated wobble trap Wildlife/Hunting/Livestock/Fishing The lakes have in the past been stocked with genetically large bass, large blue catfish, and even a few red fish.The owner is currently unaware of the population of any of these species. Native bobwhite quail have always occupied the ranch, although they have never been hunted. The introduction of trophy whitetail genetics 8-9 yrs ago has enhanced the quality of the native herd of deer. Pictures of some of the bucks can be supplied upon request. Water The Reverse Osmosis system can process 4000-5000 gallons per day and storage tank holds 3500 gallons. The property stores 11,000 gallons of well water to supply the R.O. System and water lawns and landscape plants. This tank is concrete sided. The ranch has 6 pastures that range in size from approximately 3-35 acres that are supplied with water troughs for livestock and horses.
Stephen Stransky
Stephen Stransky
24198 Old Fredericksburg Rd.
Leon Springs, TX 78257

Mobile: 210-254-7700
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