Stieler Harris


Stieler is your dedicated farm and ranch agent, specializing in real estate across Texas. With vast experience in land acquisitions, improvements, and ranching, he offers expert service and guidance to his clients. Stieler's lifelong ranching background fuels his deep appreciation for land.

As a licensed Realtor and Land Acquisition Specialist, he brings invaluable knowledge to his role. An avid outdoorsman and Certified Negotiations Expert, Stieler is committed to efficiently helping clients achieve their real estate goals. Choose Stieler as your trusted partner in realizing your farm and ranch dreams-contact him today to start your journey to success!


$1,550,000  •  34 acres
This Texas horse property for sale checks all the boxes. Located just 40 minutes from downtown Dallas, this North Texas ranch offers tremendous investment opportunity, stunning natural features, and a wealth of amenities for horses and other livestock.   Landscape  The property is graced with a variety of large oak trees that provide ample shade and beauty throughout. A seasonal creek meanders through the land, adding to its charm and potential for additional water features. The terrain includes open pastures at the back of the ranch, ideal for grazing, horse riding, or crop cultivation. The landscape's diversity offers multiple options for its use and enjoyment.   Water  Water is a prominent feature of this property. Two ponds stocked with bass and catfish provide excellent recreational opportunities and enhance the scenic value of the land. The seasonal creek adds to the property's water resources, ensuring a lush environment even during drier periods.    Improvements  The property includes a two-story, 2,397 sq. ft. house built in 1983, featuring four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The home showcases custom woodwork, adding a unique and personal touch to the interior. Recent upgrades include a new metal roof on the house, barns, and garage, ensuring durability and low maintenance. Additionally, the property features a five-car garage, providing ample space for vehicles and storage. Two barns, each equipped with five horse stables, cater to equestrian needs. A large outdoor covered pavilion with a fireplace is perfect for gatherings and outdoor living. There is also a 30 amp RV hookup, enhancing the property's versatility for guests and additional recreational use.   Wildlife and Recreation The property's natural features create an excellent habitat for local wildlife. The stocked ponds and seasonal creek attract various species, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts and sportsmen alike. The open pastures and wooded areas provide ample space for horse riding and other outdoor activities.   Location  Situated just 40 minutes from downtown Dallas, this horse property for sale combines the tranquility of rural living with the convenience of city access. It's an ideal location for those seeking a peaceful retreat without sacrificing proximity to urban amenities.   Summary  This North Texas horse property offers an exceptional blend of natural beauty, practical improvements, and investment potential. From the mature oak trees and stocked ponds to the well-equipped barns and custom-built home, every aspect of this property has been thoughtfully designed to enhance its value and appeal. Don't miss the opportunity to own this North Texas ranch for sale. Contact TX Real Estate for more information on Kaufman Horse Ranch at 512-346-0000.   (Buyers agent must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buyer prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of TX Real Estate, Broker). The information contained herein is understood to be accurate and reliable, but it is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information contained herein for decision-making purposes.  
$2,922,656  •  127 acres
Windy Ridge Ranch offers an ideal blend of private ranch living and convenient proximity to Comfort, TX. With breathtaking Hill Country views, roaming free-range exotics, meticulously maintained landscape, and numerous potential building locations, it promises a quintessential ranch lifestyle.   Landscape  The Windy Ridge Ranch landscape features everything desired in a Texas Hill Country property. The front of the ranch is rolling terrain and caliche knolls while the back unfolds into wooded bottomland. Phenomenal long-range views can be enjoyed from just about anywhere on the ranch, but a towering hilltop reaching over 1,840’ in elevation offers the best vantage point. From here, 25+ mile panoramic views of the surrounding hills and nearby Guadalupe River Valley can be enjoyed. Down the east side of the hilltop are more wooded areas and a pond. Here, thoughtful cedar management has been completed, allowing for the other hardwoods to thrive. There is an excellent mix of cleared areas and foliage that supports the native and exotic wildlife on this ranch.   Water Features  A seasonal creek traverses through the eastern section of the ranch, serving as the primary drainage for runoff from the hillsides. Positioned strategically within this drainage, a bentonite-lined pond captures water effectively. There is potential to replace the existing pond with a lake that would substantially enhance the property’s value and would be visible from all potential homesites. The hillsides boast suitable clay material ideal for lining a water feature, promising significant savings on construction costs. Clearing around the wet weather creek has already been completed, providing a nice preview of the area’s potential.  There is a 17 GPM well located in the middle of the property. The well is perfectly positioned to supply water to both the front and back of the ranch.    Improvements  The ranch’s perimeter is entirely fenced with five-strand barbed wire. There is another fence enclosing one of the hilltops, keeping livestock away from the well and a homesite area. The property is Ag-exempt. Power has been brought into the middle of the ranch from Flat Rock Creek Road. There is a great interior road system that provides convenient access to all parts of the property. Strategic clearing has been completed to open up multiple homesite locations that take advantage of the stunning views.   Wildlife Native game, including whitetail deer, turkey, dove, and wild hogs, are found throughout the ranch. Free-ranging exotic game such as Blackbuck Antelope and Axis have also been seen consistently on the property. This area of Texas is known for its flourishing population of free-range Axis deer, with Windy Ridge Ranch situated very close to properties that have had Top 10 World Record Axis confirmed.   Location  Windy Ridge Ranch enjoys a prime location just 4 miles from the Texas Hill Country’s best-kept secret, Comfort, TX. It is 25 miles from Fredericksburg, 40 miles from the shops of La Cantera in San Antonio, and 100 miles from Austin. Its proximity to the thriving towns of Comfort, Boerne, and Fredericksburg presents an exceptional investment prospect. In addition, much of the ranch is surrounded by large multigenerational ranches, which contribute to the sense of seclusion and uninterrupted panoramic views. Free access to the Guadalupe River can also be enjoyed at the James Kiehl Natural Area located just 7 miles down the road from Windy Ridge Ranch.    Summary  Windy Ridge Ranch has all the key components to stamp your legacy on the Texas Hill Country. With no restrictions, this property holds the promise of becoming your ideal private retreat, homestead, or investment venture. Contact TX Real Estate for more information on Windy Ridge Ranch at 512-346-0000.   (Buyers agent must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buyer prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of TX Real Estate, Broker). The information contained herein is understood to be accurate and reliable, but it is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information contained herein for decision-making purposes.  
$2,838,550  •  103.22 acres
Grape Creek Ranch is a stunning 103.22-acre live water property located on the Gillespie and Blanco County line. This ranch features over 2,000 feet of year-round live water from North Grape Creek, flowing robustly even during the harshest droughts. This property represents an incredible investment opportunity due to its prime location, live water, and ag exemption.   Landscape The property has over 130 feet of elevation change, offering expansive views of the North Grape Creek valley and the surrounding hill country landscape. The current owner has taken excellent care of the ranch, removing almost all of the cedar except for a few pockets in the back for wildlife habitat. Various hardwood trees, such as live oak, post oak, cedar elms, and pecan trees, cover the entire landscape. This area is known for having some of the best wildflowers in Central Texas. Since the cedar trees have been removed from the property, wildflowers are abundant in the spring, covering most of the landscape.   Water Both sides of North Grape Creek run through the ranch, providing over 2,000 feet of live water. This creek is a testament to the strength of the springs, maintaining a steady flow even during prolonged droughts. The ranch also features additional seasonal water flow in other drainage areas.   Improvements A new construction cabana with solar electricity overlooks Grape Creek, offering an ideal area for family and friends to gather. The ranch has multiple home sites with expansive views of the surrounding hill country, making it truly set up for a new owner to build a dream house on one of the strongest live water creeks available on a ranch in the Texas Hill Country. Brand new electric gates at the start of the access easement and at the entrance of the ranch offer convenient access without needing to exit your vehicle. The 30’ easement road is lined with crushed granite and is in excellent condition.   Wildlife The property is home to a variety of wildlife, including whitetail deer, Rio Grande wild turkeys, occasional hogs, gray foxes, and doves. Sandhill Cranes have traditionally nested along the creek from October to March. The careful management of the land, including cedar removal and preservation of wildlife habitats, ensures a thriving ecosystem for native species.   Location Situated on the Gillespie and Blanco County line, Grape Creek Ranch is conveniently located just 22 miles (30 minutes) from Fredericksburg, Texas, and 68 miles (1 hour and 25 minutes) from downtown Austin, Texas. Fredericksburg offers an array of amenities, including fine dining, live music, wineries, shopping, a hospital, grocery stores, and a full-service 24/7 airport. This ranch is surrounded by neighbors with properties starting at 100 acres and larger, offering privacy and seclusion. Summary Grape Creek Ranch offers a unique opportunity to own a premier live water property in the heart of Texas Hill Country. With its year-round creek, multiple home sites, stunning views, and abundant wildlife, this ranch is ideal for those seeking privacy, seclusion, and a beautiful natural setting to build their dream home. Contact TX Real Estate for more information on Grape Creek Ranch at 512-346-0000. The seller is open to offering seller financing for qualified buyers up to a maximum amount of $1,000,000. Contact broker for more details. (Buyers agent must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buyer prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of TX Real Estate, Broker). The information contained herein is understood to be accurate and reliable, but it is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information contained herein for decision-making purposes.
$9,949,000  •  962 acres
O-Lo-Hi Ranch is the Texas Hill Country ranch for sale that checks all the boxes. This ranch offers tremendous investment potential, great water, stunning views, abundant wildlife, a prime location, and majestic hardwoods. The O-Lo-Hi Ranch is a turnkey +/-962-acre paradise ready for immediate enjoyment.   Landscape One of the property's unique features is the abundance of large hardwood trees, including Ball Pecan, Post Oak, Cedar Elm, and Live Oak, which tower over the lush landscape. The terrain offers a perfect blend of Texas Hill Country summits, hardwood tree cover, and open fields. As you drive through the ranch, you'll encounter food plots, creek crossings, and hilltop mesas. The views on this ranch are truly spectacular. Multiple vantage points allow you to take in the Colorado River Valley and San Saba Peak in the distance. All viewpoints are accessible by truck or SUV, making them ideal locations to build a forever home and enjoy stunning sunsets. The ranch is surrounded by large neighboring properties, enhancing the sense of privacy and providing unobstructed vista views.  O-Lo-Hi Ranch boasts excellent soils for cultivation and construction materials. Over 230 acres consist of Sunev Clay Loam and Frio Clay Loam, which are ideal soils for growing feed for livestock and wildlife. These clay soils also facilitate surface water projects, reducing construction costs and enhancing water retention. Strategic clearing has been done on the property to control cedar and mesquite populations, allowing mature trees, native grasses, and wildflowers to thrive. In the spring, the landscape bursts into color with native Texas wildflowers, including Bluebonnets, Indian Blankets, Indian Paintbrushes, Brown-Eyed Susans, Pink Ladies, White Prickly Poppies, Blackfoot Daisies, and more.   Water Water is a plentiful resource on the ranch. A 6-inch Corix waterline runs the entire length of the property’s 3,481 feet of frontage along County Road 424/Old Lometa Highway. Additionally, there are two wells on the property: one services the homestead area with a yield of over 60 GPM, while the other is located at the back of the property and requires some maintenance to be fully operational. In an area where groundwater can be scarce, the O-Lo-Hi Ranch stands out. Elliot Creek traverses the western portion of the property for over 1.3 miles. This wet-weather stream is beautifully lined with large pecan trees and wildflowers, and collects runoff from thousands of acres, forming pools in several locations along its bed. The ranch also features multiple wet-weather ravines and five surface water tanks, most of which have never been seen completely dry. The ranch has significant potential for large-scale water improvements. With abundant clay lining material, constructing a lake and multiple ponds along Elliot Creek or the ravines would be straightforward and highly beneficial.   Improvements The property includes a ready-to-use house with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living spaces, a back porch, and a carport. Near the home, you'll find a 60' x 40' metal shop and a goat shed. Recent upgrades to the home include a new air conditioning system, hot water heater, and septic system. The homestead is supplied with water from a well, and electricity is provided from the county road. There is also a water meter located near the front gate entrance. One of the highlights of O-Lo-Hi Ranch is a morning or evening drive around the property. Despite its vast size, the extensive road system makes nearly the entire ranch accessible by truck. Multiple fields are currently used as food plots, and hunting stations are strategically placed throughout. There is a set of cattle pens located by the back water well. The ranch is fenced with 7-strand barbed wire, with the western boundary being high-fenced. The property is currently Ag-exempt, though it is in a resting period with no livestock present. There are no easements on, through, or across the ranch except for utility easements. The ranch features two strategically placed entrances along the county road.   Wildlife The diversity of the O-Lo-Hi ranch has created a wildlife sanctuary where native Texas game flourishes. Whitetail deer, turkey, dove, and hogs are abundant, making the ranch an excellent location for wildlife observation or hunting. Additionally, the landowners have spotted multiple coveys of native bobwhite quail.    Location The O-Lo-Hi Ranch is situated in the northern Texas Hill Country, just 12 minutes from Lometa and 28 minutes from Lampasas. It is also conveniently located 1 hour and 25 minutes from Austin, 1 hour and 35 minutes from Waco, and 2 hours and 15 minutes from Fort Worth. This prime location allows for easy weekend getaways or extended stays with quick access to local amenities.     History  This ranch boasts a rich history, having changed hands only a few times since the mid-1800s. The tales of its owners exploring Elliot Creek, discovering Native American artifacts, harvesting thousands of pecans, hunting wild game, and even searching for buried treasure are well-documented. Treasures unearthed on the property include coins, spurs, arrowheads, a pistol, and even a Mastodon tusk, each a testament to the ranch's storied past. This unique piece of land has always been carefully preserved, maintaining its natural beauty through the generations. Now, here is the opportunity to become the next steward of this extraordinary ranch and continue its legacy.   Summary The O-Lo-Hi Ranch offers an exceptional blend of hardwoods, creeks, open pastures, varied topography, wildlife habitat, and convenient proximity and access. Don't miss the chance to own a Texas Hill Country ranch that has it all, with plenty of room to start your legacy. For more information on the O-Lo-Hi Ranch, contact TX Real Estate at (512) 346-0000. (Buyers agent must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buyer prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of TX Real Estate, Broker). The information contained herein is understood to be accurate and reliable, but it is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information contained herein for decision-making purposes.
$3,499,999  •  134 acres
Burr Oak Creek Ranch is located just south of Fredericksburg, TX, one of the most coveted areas in Texas. The ranch is a rare find and features live water, free-range exotics, and towering bluffs. Additional acreage is available.   Landscape  Burr Oak Creek Ranch features scenic bluffs throughout the property that were sculpted by the live water Burr Oak Creek. The ranch boasts an abundance of large pecan trees, live oaks, post oaks, cedar elms, and various other hardwood trees, with few cedar trees in sight. There is 120' of elevation change, offering breathtaking views of the creek, bluffs, and the surrounding Texas Hill Country.   Water Features  The standout feature of this ranch is nearly .65 miles of live water Burr Oak Creek, complemented by an additional .4 mile-long spring-fed ravine. With multiple year-round flowing springs, these water sources offer immediate enjoyment and provide opportunities for future lake and pond construction. Finding ranches for sale in Texas with live water is becoming increasingly challenging in the Hill Country. The year-round surface water of Burr Oak Creek Ranch enhances the landscape and increases the property's value, making it a great recreational and investment ranch in Texas.   Improvements  Burr Oak Creek Ranch is primed for all outdoor recreation and future home construction. Equipped with paved road access and electricity, it's prepared to welcome new owners. Whether you envision a primary residence, a luxurious second home, or a recreational retreat, the existing amenities ensure a smooth transition into Texas ranch ownership.     Wildlife The ranch is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, hosting a diverse array of species. Native wildlife like whitetail deer, turkey, and hogs roam freely, along with free-range exotics such as axis deer, sika, red stag, blackbuck, and aoudad. There are very few places in the state of Texas with the quantity and diversity of free-range animals like Burr Oak Creek. This rich biodiversity provides exceptional opportunities for observation, hunting, and photography. Burr Oak Creek Ranch is Ag-exempt.   Location  Burr Oak Creek Ranch enjoys a prime location between Fredericksburg and Kerrville, Texas. The ranch is just 16 miles from Fredericksburg, 14 miles from Kerrville, 60 miles from San Antonio, and 90 miles from Austin. Its close proximity to the thriving towns of Fredericksburg, Kerrville, and the 290 wine corridor presents an exceptional investment opportunity.   Burr Oak Creek Ranch offers a rare chance to own a unique ranch in the Texas hill country. With its year-round live water features, diverse wildlife, large bluffs, and prime location, this ranch is perfect for those seeking a homestead, a second home, or an investment property. The rare combination of live water and free-roaming exotic wildlife makes it a uniquely attractive and sought-after property in the Texas Hill Country. Contact TX Real Estate for more information on Burr Oak Creek Ranch at 512-346-0000. Additional acreage is available.  (Buyers agent must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buyer prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of TX Real Estate, Broker). The information contained herein is understood to be accurate and reliable, but it is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information contained herein for decision-making purposes.  
$9,998,000  •  565.02 acres
Coal Creek Ranch is located in northern Gillespie County, one of the most coveted areas in Texas. The ranch presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire a property with some of the best views in the Hill Country, live water, a diverse landscape, and a phenomenal location. The ranch offers a complete sense of privacy and an abundance of recreational activities while maintaining close proximity to the best the Texas Hill Country has to offer.   Landscape  Located in the southern portion of the Llano Uplift, Coal Creek Ranch has an extremely unique and diverse land composition. Portions of the property feature rolling bottomland where mature live oaks and post oaks scatter the landscape. These areas of the ranch are supported by the rich soil and abundant watershed in the area. The ranch’s post oak savannahs give way to numerous granite vistas that exceed 1,820’, in elevation. 50-mile views in multiple directions are not uncommon on the property and cannot be found anywhere else in the Texas Hill Country. There are multiple mountain tops with homesite potential and 360-degree panoramic views of famous Texas peaks like the Twin Knobs and Dungeon Mountain. Marble Falls and Horseshoe Bay can even be seen in the distance. Other features such as towering granite buffs, deep canyons, and secluded caves make Coal Creek Ranch a private natural wonder. A rival to even Enchanted Rock which is located just up the road and can be spotted from the ranch’s hilltops.   Water  For almost 1 mile, live water Coal Creek winds through the southern portion of the ranch. The creek is a diverse ecosystem in itself holding water year-round and is home to many unique features such as cascading waterfalls, natural springs, and swimming holes. The ranch also features portions of Cutoff Creek and Garrett Branch, numerous perennial creeks, and a year-round pond. There is tremendous potential for possible lake & pond sites or other water feature developments. Two wells are located on the property, one of which is currently operational.   Improvements  There is a foundation of an old homestead located at the front of the property, where water and electricity are also available. The ranch is fenced with five-strand barbed wire. There is an internal road system in place that allows for access to the ranch's best features. There are also a few old blinds and feeders that will remain on the property.      Wildlife Native game including whitetail deer, turkey, dove, and wild hogs are found throughout the ranch. Free-ranging exotic game such as Aoudad have also been seen consistently on the property. The ranch is currently under a wildlife tax exemption.   Location  Coal Creek Ranch is located off Highway 16 at the end of a deeded easement that connects to Hickory Springs Road. The ranch is 20 minutes to Fredericksburg, 25 minutes to Llano, and 1 hour and 40 minutes to Austin. The booming 290 wine corridor and Enchanted Rock are minutes from the front gate, and the ranch is also located within the famous Willow City Loop. The property is bordered on all sides by large neighbors adding to the feeling of complete privacy with almost exclusively landscape views as far as the eye can see.    Ranches of this size and caliber are becoming harder to find in Gillespie County. Do not miss out on this opportunity to acquire a large ranch with arguably the best views in all of the Texas Hill Country. Contact TX Real Estate for more information on Coal Creek Ranch 512-346-0000.  (Buyers agent must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buyer prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of TX Real Estate, Broker). The information contained herein is understood to be accurate and reliable, but it is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information contained herein for decision-making purposes.  
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