Tyler Thomas

Born in Austin, Texas, Tyler Thomas lived there until graduating from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas in 2001. After graduation, he moved to Dallas to help launch SmartShield Sunscreens. Over the next 14 years, SmartShield grew into an industry leader within the safety and industrial market including clients such as the U.S. Military and niche retail markets focusing on active outdoor lifestyles, primarily fishing and hunting. Tyler operated as an owner and COO for SmartShield, and he consulted for numerous outdoor related and unrelated companies along the way. Then in 2015, Tyler decided to pursue his passion in land sales. 


At the beginning of 2020, Tyler founded TT Ranch Group on the principles of treating each client as a top priority and each property as their own. With a deep business background, his vast farm and ranch knowledge, and an extensive network, he proves to be a leader for his team and an asset to his clients. Backed by the world’s most powerful and prestigious realty brand, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty and TT Ranch Group combine the industry’s best technology and marketing with innovative methods and expertise within the ranch real estate market.

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$616,950  •  45.7 acres
Red Hill Ranch is a beautiful East Texas property with a multitude of opportunities for its new owner. Located just 25+ miles from Bryan-College Station and with road frontage on two sides, the future potential of the property is limitless. With its spectacular trees, plenty of game for hunters, and the manageable acreage, it is a great location for a full-time or recreational residence, as well. Improvements: There are no structural improvements. There is a low fence perimeter that is in average condition. Vegetation: The property is located in the Post Oaks Savannah Ecoregion. Some of the abundant tree species include post oaks, blackjack oaks, Cedar elm and Cedar trees. Wildlife: This property has plenty wildlife, including native White-tailed deer, dove, wild hogs, and predators. Water: There is one pond on the property that serves as a great source of water for wildlife, and would be adequate for livestock, as well. Minerals: Negotiable. Call Broker for details. Taxes: Ag. Exempt Price: $616,950 ($13,500/acre) Location: This property has 2,864± ft. of frontage on Hwy 6 and 1,540± ft of frontage on paved Red Hill Rd. Just south of Calvert, the entrance to the property is located 25+ miles N of Bryan College Station, 60+ miles SE of Waco, 95 miles NE of Austin, 126± miles NW of Houston and 140+ miles S of Dallas.
$13,800,000  •  3,266 acres
Quail Rise Ranch is the type of world-class deer and quail ranch that doesn’t come around often. Situated on 3,266±acres of topographic rich land just south of Seymour, this highly improved sporting paradise is being offered turnkey and has great cattle potential as well. Boasting the highest point in Baylor County and superb water features for the area, this ranch has undergone nearly two decades of intense land and wildlife management. The custom-built main residence is built on the side of a hill that overlooks a natural spring fed trophy fishing lake stocked with bass and hybrid striper. The highest point in Baylor County is located on the property and provides stunning panoramic views of the surrounding land and the Salt Fork of the Brazos River below. Approximately 1600 acres is under high fence and has been meticulously managed for trophy white-tailed deer. The white-tailed genetics within the area were stocked from the ranch’s own world-class typical breeding operation that once inhabited the ranch. The ranch offers renowned quail hunting and is a recipient of the T Boone Pickens Award. Late outdoor legends such as Ray Sasser and Ray Murski were regular guests of the ranch in pursuit of some of the finest quail hunting in the state of Texas. This unique property was created with extreme attention to detail, has been meticulously maintained, and is a rare find. Location: The property is located 6.5 miles south of Seymour, TX, and 133 miles northwest of Fort Worth. The main entrance is off of US-183. The ranch has approximately 4.5 miles of frontage on HWY 183. Seymour Airport is 7 miles from the main entrance and can accommodate Turboprop and Mid-Size Jets. Seymour Airport is approximately a 26-minute flight from Dallas, TX. Habitat & Topography: The ranch offers a variety of mixed-use habitat within the Central Great Plains Ecoregion. The majority of the Prickly Pear Cactus has been removed for improved grazing and quail hunting. Numerous pastures have been cleared for grazing purposes and to open up the land in various areas. Multiple food plots are in place to supplement the white-tailed deer population. 72 miles of tilled strips have been installed for quail hunting. Native grasses are prevalent throughout and mature hardwoods are located along Millers Creek and Horse Creek, which both traverse the property. Extensive improvements have been made to the environment around the residence and in other areas of the ranch. The soils primarily consist of clay and clay loam. The main body of the ranch has approximately 174±ft in elevation changes and includes the highest point in Baylor County. The property has a good blend of cleared pasture for grazing and hunting, as well as sharp topography changes, which are most desirable in this geographical region for scenic views and hunting purposes. Wildlife, Hunting: This is one of the most celebrated quail ranches and prominent typical white-tailed deer ranches in the state of Texas. A premier management team has been in place for the past two decades and several studies have been performed on the wildlife to maximize results. A large portion of the ranch has been designated for only hunting and has not been grazed in 20 years. Quail - There are 82 quail feeders and ample water stations in place. An annual supplemented release program of 4000+/- quail was in place for many years. These would consist of Bobwhites, Gambel’s, and Tennessee Red Quail. Approximately 2000 bushels of wheat were used to enhance the quail food source per year. Deer - A world-class Texas Animal Health Commission certified white-tailed deer breeding operation was in place until a few years ago. Custom breeding facilities were designed and built on site including 62 acres of 16 individual pens. The breeding program had been in existence for 17 years and never strayed from its goal to produce giant typical antler growth. This unwavering dedication has yielded typical scores within a couple of inches of the world record. At the discretion of both ownership and management, these deer have been either released onto the ranch in order to improve genetics within the hunting herd or sold within the market. These genetics live on within the ranch. Many excellent blinds and feeders are in place. The ranch is set up to hunt 1600 acres under high fence and approximately 1666 acres as free range. The wildlife has been strictly managed under the Texas Parks and Wildlife Management Lands White-Tailed Deer Program. Other – Aoudad and Axis have recently been added to the ranch. The property also offers abundant dove, turkey, hog, and predator hunting opportunities. A 50-acre sunflower/millet field is in place to concentrate the dove hunting. Water, Fishing: This property has superior surface water for the area. Spring-fed Millers Creek runs through the heart of the ranch. Horse Creek also crisscrosses a large portion of the southern half of the ranch. There is a 12±acre lake which is estimated to be 30 feet deep and contains Crappie and Catfish. It can be filled as needed using a 12’ line and 3000 GPM pump running from Millers Creek. There is another 3.5±acre lake which is estimated to be 36 feet deep and has an aerating system in place. It is stocked with Florida Bass and Hybrid Striper, which have been caught in excess of 10 pounds. It also has a covered floating dock with a fish feeder. There are numerous stock tanks located throughout the ranch. City water is run to each of the three homes. There is another potential large lake site existing on the southern end of the ranch. Homes: Main Residence – This beautifully designed 8000 sqft home sits on the side of a hill overlooking the 3.5+/- lake below. Constructed in 2006 by well-known builder, Greg Alford, this 7 bedroom and 8 bath masterpiece is set back within the ranch and surrounded by peaceful tranquility. The home is built on slab and pier, includes a 600 sqft owner’s suite with fireplace, executive office with fireplace, game room, wine cellar and fireproof gun room / safe room. Minor updates to the home were recently completed in 2023. Lake House – This 3 bedroom and 2 bath home is situated adjacent to the 3.5±acre lake and was utilized as the owners’ home before the main lodge was built. It was completely refurbished in 2023. Guest / Foreman’s Home – Located closer to the main entrance of the ranch and near the dog kennels and equipment barn. This well-built 3 bedroom and 2 bath home is currently functioning as a foreman’s home. It has been refurbished and is also in nice condition. Other Structures: Large equestrian barn with 10 stalls, 2 tack rooms, medicine room, and feed storage. Newly built enclosed large metal shop with overhangs. Smaller metal barn used for UTV / vehicle storage and workshop. Covered dog kennels with evaporative cooling. Horse Barn: 60’x70’ | Large Shop: 60’x80’ with two 20’x80’ overhangs | Smaller Shop: 60’x50’ with full length car port | Quail Incubating Facility: 50’x60’ Additional Improvements: Electric gated entrance Four station clay shooting course and rifle range Cattle pens Grain Storage Fuel Storage Covered cabana and outdoor kitchen Over one mile of interior asphalt roads Multiple electric powered video surveillance towers located throughout the ranch Taxes: The property is under 1-D-1 Open Space Agriculture tax exemption. Minerals: Contact broker for details.
$3,379,050  •  225 acres
Description: Big Onion Creek Ranch is currently operating as an active hay farm and is primed for future development. This partially fenced 225 +/- Acre tract is located approximately 0.6 miles east of HWY 77 and only 1 mile east of Interstate 35. The ranch is already surrounded on all four sides by large lot single home developments and is positioned within a major growth corridor. Approximately 60 acres of the ranch is made up of improved Bermuda grass and the remainder is under no-till cultivation with Haygrazer. The entire property is under a 1-D-1 agricultural tax exemption, creating an excellent investment opportunity into an income-producing asset with immediate or future development potential. Location: Big Onion Creek Ranch is located approximately 9 miles south of Waxahachie, TX, and is only a 15-minute drive. It is less than 30 minutes to Hillsboro, TX, and only 40 minutes to downtown Dallas, TX. The property falls within the central portion of Ellis County. Big Onion Creek runs just south of the ranch. Big Onion Creek Ranch has approximately 600 feet of paved road access off of Forreston Road and just under 4,000 feet of access along Onion Creek County Road. Land: The land has 40’ of gentle topographic variance that slopes from north to south. The pasture is well maintained and produces an average of 800 +/- round bales per year. The existing fences are in good condition, including a new piped gate entrance located along Forreston Road. The soils are mainly comprised of Houston Black clay, with a small amount of Stephen silty clay and Stephen-Eddy complex. There are some small clusters of Cottonwood trees scattered throughout. Cattle: With the completion of some sections of fencing or the use of hot wire fencing, the ranch will support 20 +/- pairs. Water / Power: Water is supplied to the area by the Brazos Valley Co-op. There is not a water meter at the property, but there is one located approximately 600 feet down Forreston Road. Power is also run to the same nearby location. Other: The property is zoned to the Waxahachie Independent School District. Minerals: Contact broker for details.
$1,800,000  •  47 acres
Description: Brazos Riverfront Ranch is a beautiful 47+ acre property located directly on the Brazos River in the small community of Gholson. The property has approximately 1150 feet of river frontage lined with massive Pecan trees and two spots where boats can easily be launched into the river. The property includes a nice remodeled/updated farmhouse and equipment building/shop. Location: Located in northern McLennan County, this property is just 20 miles from Baylor University and downtown Waco. It is conveniently located 90 miles from Dallas, 85 miles from Fort Worth, and 121 miles from Austin. Land: The land is a nice rectangular tract with incredible, accessible recreational frontage on the Brazos River. Massive Pecan Trees make the river frontage into a beautiful park-like setting. The property also contains a well-maintained Coastal Bermuda meadow. The property fronts on Jake Sparks Drive, and this paved road continues into a cul-de-sac that dead ends just past the entrance which limits vehicle traffic and road noise. The ranch has approximately 50 feet of elevation change which gently slopes from the front of the property towards the river. The majority of the soils are comprised of various sandy loams. Water: The Brazos River is the crown jewel of this ranch. This is a secluded section of the river in a prime location. It has tremendous access with almost a quarter of a mile of river frontage. The river depth fluctuates when water is being released from Lake Whitney, but it never goes dry. You can kayak, canoe, or airboat for miles up and down the river. This consistent water source provides great year-round fishing and draws in plenty of wildlife and waterfowl. Duck hunting in the river can be fantastic. The home and headquarters are supplied with water from Gholson Water Supply. Home: The property includes a 1,120 SQFT home featuring 2 bedrooms, 1 bath and an additional 120 SQFT porch. Both the kitchen and the bath have been recently remodeled. It also includes a large utility room that could be used as a third bedroom or home office. This charming farmhouse was believed to have been originally built in 1948 and was completely updated in 2017. It includes a new septic system which was installed in 2020. The home can be utilized as a charming full-time residence or the perfect destination for entertaining family and friends as a weekend retreat. Area Around the Home: Around the home there are gardens, a chicken coop, rabbit hutches, and fruit trees. These fruit trees include peaches, plums, and pecans. In addition, the property includes a total of approximately 2,455 SQFT of usable barns/sheds/canopies that are believed to have been built in 1948. Equipment Building/Shop: A large steel three-sided equipment building/shop was added to the property in 2019. It is approximately 2,160 SQFT. Recreation/Wildlife: The property supports a healthy population of wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, dove, ducks, and an occasional wild hog. With fishing, boating, and hunting readily available, Brazos Riverfront Ranch is a recreational heaven. Minerals: The current owners believe they own 100% of the mineral rights to the property. The owned mineral rights can convey with the property with an acceptable sales price. Buyers to verify mineral ownership. Property Taxes: The property is currently under an Ag Exemption.
$299,000  •  4 acres
Description: This 4 acre lot is located within Crossbow Ranch, a high fenced hunting community in Meridian, Texas just a short drive from all metropolitan areas. The gated 1,000+ acre Crossbow Ranch is a great alternative for people who want the feel of owning a large ranch without the upkeep or cost. Members own an undivided interest in the community, while also owning a lot(s), fee simiple. Just show up and enjoy the ranch! Amenities for Members: A community center for meetings Processing area with a walk-in cooler Skeet range and 300-yard rifle range Deer stands, feeders, and food plots Trails for hiking, ATV's, and horseback riding A top-notch breeding program The raods, high fence, and common areas are maintained by a professional ranch management company. Topography: "Top of the Hill Country" Bosque County boasts scenic rolling hills, is heavily wooded with an abundance of vegetation and wildlife. The Bosque river runs throug the ranch and is only 30 minutes from Lake Whitney, one of the most highly rated recreational lakes in the state. Wildlife: 200-inch trophy white tail, axis, black buck antelope, fallow deer, red stag, turkey and dove roam the 1,000 acre property. Residence: Furnished 1,100 SQFT rustic cabin with a wood burning stove sits on the 4-acre hillside lot. Gorgeous sunsets and views for miles! This property features FULL HUNTING RIGHTS on the 650-acre preserve. There is an additional metal Storage building(r) and carport. Wildlife exemption in place.
$4,300,000  •  227 acres
Description: El Retiro Ranch, which translates to "The Retreat Ranch", is a fitting name play on a place where one can slow down and enjoy all the wonderment and beauty that this property has to offer. Conveniently located within an hour and a half of Dallas, TX, and five minutes from the boat ramp at Lake Fork, this 227+/- acre ranch is an easy withdraw to relaxation and recreational delight. Currently being run as a successful cattle and hay operation, this property also offers top notch accommodations to go along with a multitude of leisure activities such as fishing, hunting, horseback riding, swimming, and so much more. El Retiro Ranch is a well-maintained multi-purpose property ready for the outdoor lover. Location: Located in the northeast corner of Rains County and in Hopkins County, this property is just 80 miles East of Dallas and 13 miles South of Sulphur Springs, El Retiro Ranch provides a quick escape from the city to enjoy a weekend retreat in the country. Sulphur Springs Municipal Airport is approximately 15 minutes from the property, as well as major medical facilities and grocers. Land: The land showcases a great combination of productive hay meadows and scattered post oak groves. There is approximately 50' of topography variance throughout the property. The soils are mainly comprised of freestone fine sandy loam, woodtell loam, and Lufkin-raino complex. The six sectioned pastures provide 200+/- round bales per year and support a healthy cattle herd. Several horses graze the ranch as well. Each pasture has ample water utilizing stock tanks and piped water troughs that are connected to the central well. Cattle: El Retiro Ranch is currently carrying 85 +\- momma cows and 4 registered bulls. The ranch is equipped with a custom set of pins to accommodate a smooth calving season. Multiple water troughs have been placed throughout the ranch, giving the cattle and horses an endless water supply. Excellent perimeter and cross fencing is in place, as well as numerous cattle guards. Water: El Retiro Ranch includes 7 bodies of water. With multiple ponds and stock tanks, there is an abundance of hunting and fishing opportunities. F1 hybrid strain bass have been stocked throughout the multiple ponds and can often be caught on your first cast. Multiple fish feeders have strategically been placed on three of the ponds giving the bass a surplus of food. The largest pond is 6 +/- acres and approximately 20 feet deep. It has produced bass up to 8 lbs., has a fishing pier, and electric decorative water feature. There is also a 4.5 +/- acre pond and a 1.75 +/- acre pond. The ranch has rural co-op water to the house and one water well which is used for agricultural purposes and can supplement the main lake if in need. Hunting: The ranch supports a healthy population of wildlife including white-tailed deer and hogs that like to bed down in the heavily wooded neighboring tracts of land. Dove frequent the property throughout the year and the waterfowl have been known to flock into the larger bodies of water on the property from nearby Lake Fork, to feed during the seasonal months. It is not uncommon to see a couple hundred mallards on one of the lakes at a time and two to three man limits are often reached with ease. Housing: The property includes a 3,541 SQFT custom two-story home featuring 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, oversized kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, office, formal dining room, two wood burning fireplaces, smart home system, screened-in porch, pool with jacuzzi, and pool house w/ restroom and shower. There is also an outdoor grilling area and gravel sitting area around a firepit. This 2020 build was designed to enterain and host family and friends. It features large windows that highlight the expansive views over the ranch from the perched hill upon which it sits. Other Structures: There is an equestrian barn which was built in 2020. It has 6 stalls with turnout pins, rubber matting throughout, a wash rack with cross ties, and tack room with both water and electric. Installed in the barn is an industrial Big Ass fan to help circulate the Texas temperatures. Also found within the custom-built barn is a lofted area that was designed for additional storage. Steps away from the barn is an outdoor arena allowing plenty of space to ride. A large hay and equipment barn was also completed in 2020. It has an addition off the back that is ready to be finished into a large office or additional living quarters should the next owner desire to do so. There is a 4 bedroom and 3 bath brick foreman's home which needs some refurbishing but could easily be brought back to life. The property also includes a chicken coop, covered garden house, and enclosed equipment shed/workshop. Minerals: Contact broker for details.
$5,260,000  •  526 acres
Offa's Place Description: Offa's Place is a generational family property sitting just north of Waco, TX. It is 526 +/- acres of multi-purpose land. This property has been in the family for 80+ years and is currently being utilized for recreational use, cattle grazing, and corn farming. Due to its close proximity to Interstate 35 and the growing city of Waco, it is sure to be in high demand for current or future development. This ranch is one of the largest remaining contiguous tracts in the area and is already surrounded with nearby small acreage developments. However, due to the size of the property, its layout, and some remaining larger acreage neighbors, it still maintains a high level of privacy and tranquility. Offa's Place is a great investment opportunity and provides the next owners with the ability to choose their own path and plan for the land moving forward. Location: Offa's Place is tucked away near the town of Ross, Texas. It is just a 20-minute drive north of Waco, and less than an hour and a half away from the DFW metroplex. The property has approximately 2250' of frontage on N Katy Road on the eastern boundary and access to the western boundary of the ranch via Taylor Lane. Land: Offa's Place has a canvas of land that allows it to be utilized as a multi-use property. The cornfields are in great harvest condition during the warmer months, and provide wonderful bird, deer, turkey, and hog hunting throughout the various seasons. The native pastures are productive for cattle grazing. Good fencing and cross fencing are in place. The soil consists of mostly Fairlie Clay and Branyon Clay. There is an elevation change of approximately 60' that slopes mostly east to west. There is a hill located near the center of the property that allows for a nearly 360-degree view of the entire ranch. Large native hardwoods have been left to line the edges of the agricultural fields and cattle pastures. These are both visually appealing and provide sight line breaks for privacy. Water: Offa's Place offers multiple water sources throughout the property. White Rock Creek runs through the western portion of the ranch. The property takes in both sides of the creek for approximately 2700'. White Rock Creek flows year-round in a normal year and deeper pools can be found within the ranch. There is an established crossing to get from one side of the creek to the other. There are two deeper ponds, less than an acre each, that hold water year-round and can provide fishing opportunities. There are numerous drainage corridors that feed several seasonal stock tanks for cattle and wildlife across the ranch. Buildings and Structures: There are four barns located on the property that differ in size and condition. They have varied in use over the years but are now predominately used as hay barns. The ranch includes a set of cattle pens. There is an abandoned home located on the eastern side of the property with power, water, and septic. There is another home located on the western boundary line of the property that is currently rented out to longtime tenants. No value has been placed on these buildings or structures. Other: A gravel road leads from N Katy Road to the abandoned home site. The property is under an agricultural tax exemption. Minerals - Contact broker for details. Numerous solar companies are very interested in this ranch due to its location and the transmission line that cuts through the very northeast corner of the property. The current owners are not interested in pursuing solar; however, it could be a very lucrative option for the next owners if the feasibility study comes back positive. Contact broker for additional details.
$1,260,000  •  42 acres
Looking for the perfect homestead? Look no further than 5440 Upper Denton Road. Located a short distance from Weatherford and within commuting distance to Fort Worth is the perfect 42+/- acres of county living. The opportunities are endless with 42+/- acres of cleared pasture land with views to the east of the skyline of Fort Worth. The property is ideal for a personal ranchette or to subdivide for development. 12.5 miles to downtown Weatherford 37 miles to downtown Fort Worth
$3,850,000  •  110 acres
Situated in Parker County, with endless opportunities, is the M4 Ranch. Located northeast of Weatherford, and in the fast-growing area of Parker County, is 110 acres of beautiful rolling pasture land. This tract of the M4 Ranch has two stock tanks, livestock barn with pens, and beautiful views. Split off from a larger tract, the 110+/- acres is ideal for a private ranch, development, or as an investment. Located along Upper Denton Road and boasting 1,400+/- feet of road frontage and one of the highest elevations in Parker County the opportunities are plentiful for developing a wonderful neighborhood or a private ranch. On clear days you can watch the sunrise over the skyline of downtown Fort Worth. 12.5 miles to downtown Weatherford 37 miles to downtown Fort Worth
$2,995,000  •  89 acres
Painted Prairie Ranch Description: Tucked away just an hour outside of Dallas, Texas, is the Painted Prairie Ranch. This ranch is a custom creation with a unique home floor plan. Painted Prairie Ranch offers privacy and seclusion, while simultaneously offering convenience to the metroplex of DFW. Whether you're looking to move away from the ever-growing city, or interested in a weekend escape, the Painted Prairie Ranch is a must-see property. Location: Located in Hunt County, just outside of Celeste, TX, Painted Prairie Ranch is just under 50 miles from Dallas. The town of Greenville is less than a 15-minute drive away. Two lakes, Lavon Lake and Lake Ray Hubbard, are just a 30-minute drive from the property. Residence: The most unique part of Painted Prairie Ranch is the carefully thought-out, custom-built home. The residence has a compound design, with three separate structures. The forefront of the home is the main living area. Here you will find a large open concept design built for entertainment. It includes an updated kitchen, guest bathroom, and spacious mudroom. The great room was designed for friends and family to gather around. With a large island, ample cabinet space, a walk-in pantry, a "pass-through" window that opens to the patio, and plenty of seating area, this room is perfect for entertaining guests. Steps away from the living area is the master apartment suite. The private space has an ensuite master bath, walk-in closet, spacious laundry room, a living space with kitchenette and French-doors that look out over the property. It is the perfect setting to take in the beautiful land while sipping on a morning cup of coffee. The additional living spaces include the third structure, which is two stories. On the first floor there is a living area, kitchen, two sets of built-in bunk beds, and a bedroom and large bath with a laundry closet. The second level is currently being utilized as a private art-studio but could easily be utilized as an apartment with one bed / one bath, kitchenette, office, game room, or additional entertainment space. Also on the second story, are two sets of French doors leading out to an upper-deck patio area. Some of the best property views come from this vantage point. Here one can look out over the barn, equestrian paddocks and wooded tree-lined pastures. It is the perfect place to watch the sunset over the property. Equestrian Facilities: The 5-stall barn is just a stone's throw away from the house, and can be seen from the kitchen window, as the horses poke out their heads from their stalls. Each stall opens to a private run. The barn is equipped with a wash-rack, tack-room, and hay-room. In addition to the barn, there is a round-pin with an electric amp (330 volts) and turnout pins. Land: The Painted Prairie Ranch has approximately 30+/- feet of topography roll and change throughout the property. It is majority comprised of Ferris-Heiden complex, Heiden clay, Houston Black clay, and Tiny clay. The property has a heavily wooded tree-line that is predominantly filled with Elm and Cedar. Near the living residence, you can find two Red Oaks, two Red Maples, one Live Oak, and two Vitex trees. Near two of the pastures, there are two Burr Oaks. Water: Upon the entrance of the ranch there is a nice sized pond. There are currently perch, bream, catfish, and it was once stocked with bass. The property's water supply comes from Hickory Creek. Other: 2,000+/- SQFT of linear road base Evergreen Storage Unit
$1,100,000  •  21 acres
Center Point Ranch: Description 21 +/- acres beautifully maintained within minutes of the city limits of Weatherford, Texas. Enjoy the rolling views from the luxury of the swimming pool or patio. Bring your horses and cattle to the improved pasture with a creek running alongside. With a heavily wooded tree line on the back perimeter, this property offers ultimate privacy and seclusion from the city hustle, yet still convenient access to urban amenities - a rare opportunity! Location Located in Parker County, Weatherford, Texas, known as The Cutting Horse Capital of the World, and also home to the annual Parker County Peach Festival. The property is conveniently located just 5 minutes south of Interstate 20, 11 minutes from downtown Weatherford. It is only 25 minutes to downtown Fort Worth, The Stockyards Historic District, Will Rogers Memorial Center, and Dickies Arena. Residence The property has a classic brick ranch style home with a three-car garage. Centrally located along the top of the property, it commands a beautiful view of the pasture, thick tree line, and creek. It's a 3 bed / 2 bath, 2,407 +/- sqft. house with expansive windows and vaulted ceilings. It has an open concept floor plan including the living room with a fireplace, dining area, and eat-in kitchen. In addition, there is a large flex space with back patio access currently being used as a game room/office. The exterior has mature trees and manicured landscaping surrounding the pool, patio and barn. While the home has undergone renovations and improvements, it still holds a unique character and charm. Additional Buildings and Features Barn with water and electric In-ground pool Fully fenced Pipe fencing Agriculture and Habitat Town Creek runs alongside the pasture which makes for fertile soil. Improved pasture planted in Coastal bermudagrass. Topography The property has a sloped topography with over 20 feet of elevation change. *Parker County has confirmed that the house and pool and NOT in the 100-year floodplain. Ask agent for documentation. Taxes The property has held ag exemptions for many years. Contact broker for additional information.
$4,600,000  •  550 acres
Donelson Ranch The Donelson Ranch is located just outside of Jefferson, Texas in Marion County. Situated on 550 +/- acres the ranch is the ideal place to raise cattle, train horses, and have the perfect country retreat. The ranch is improved with top-of-the-line amenities from the owner's house, guest house, horse barn, covered riding arena, shops and beautifully manicured pastures including a 6 +/- acre lake. The Donelson Ranch improvements are first class. No expense was spared when the ranch layout was designed. With the quality and quantity of the improvements a new owner would be able to take advantage of a large amount of depreciable assets. Location The Donelson Ranch is situated in Marion County, just outside the historic town of Jefferson, Texas. Jefferson is filled with scenic streets, restaurants, charming bed + breakfasts, historic hotels, and picturesque landscapes. While much can be found to do in Jefferson, larger metroplexes are just a drive away. It is an hour drive to Shreveport, Louisiana, and a 2.5 hour drive to Dallas, Texas. Main House The main house is located on the highpoint of the property allowing for scenic views in all directions. It is accessed by over 3,400 feet of paved driveway. The house was designed thoughtfully. One of the best features of the home is the placement of windows letting one take in the beautiful scenery of the property. The two-story brick house is roughly 3,000 +/- square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. The focal point of the main floor is the living room with vaulted ceilings, wood burning fireplace, and large windows looking over the patio and swimming pool. The eat in kitchen boosts granite countertops, a large island, and breakfast nook. Directly off the kitchen is the wet bar area perfect for making summer cocktails to enjoy poolside. Located above the garage is a finished-out bonus room with a full bath. Guest/Forman's House Secluded near the front of the property on one of the many ponds is the perfect guest cottage or foreman's cottage. Sitting on the banks of a 2 +/- acre stock tank the cottage is beautifully done and contains: 1 bedroom 1 bath, loft with built in bunkbeds, office, and a kitchen that is open to the living room with vaulted ceilings and windows looking over the tree lined pond. Water There are numerous stock tanks located throughout the property. The largest tank is roughly 6 +/- acres, which one can appreciate from the main house. Sitting on the porch and looking west toward the large tank is the best spot to watch the sun set over the bank of your private oasis. The other 5 tanks are scattered throughout the property providing ample watering sources for livestock and wildlife. The property is serviced by county water line. There is a water well near the barn that can be used as well. Wildlife The ranch is full of native wildlife from whitetail deer, wild hogs, waterfowl, and many other native wildlife species that reside in east Texas. The current owners do not hunt very much but there are ample wildlife hunting opportunities to be had. In the mornings and evenings one can sit on the porch of the main house and watch deer and hogs grazing in the pastures and near the timber lines. East Texas is also known for the large amounts of waterfowl that travel through this part of the state. With the large tanks it is common large amounts of ducks hanging around during the winter months. Agriculture production The Donelson ranch is a cattlemen's dream ranch. The ranch is divided up into numerous pastures that allow for cattle to be grazed on a rotational grazing system that stimulated better forage management. Several pastures are also used for hay production when needed. Allowing the cattle movements to be seamless is the fenced off cattle lane that connects the majority of the pastures to the covered livestock processing facilities located at the south end of the property. Equestrian enthusiasts will love the amenities that are located on the Donelson Ranch, from the 4-stall barn with wash rack, tack room and feed room to the 150' x 250' covered riding arena the equestrian possibilities are endless. Additional Improvements The Donelson Ranch improvements are first class. No expense was spared when the ranch layout was designed. Paved driveway 3,400 +/- feet Pipe fencing 11,000 +/- feet Shop near riding arena 80' x 100' (Barn apartment with full bath) Covered cattle working facilities Shop near the main house 30' x 50' with covered parking on both sides and plumbed for 1/2 bath Storage building near guest house 20' x 30' 4 Stall barn 40' x 50' vet room, tack room, wash rack
$60,000,000  •  3,304 acres
Colorado River Ranch Description: The Colorado River Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property in the Texas Hill Country. Located in Lampasas County, Texas, this 3,304 +/- acre masterpiece is a beautiful recreational oasis. Countless improvements have been made to the Colorado River Ranch, including wildlife, extensive lodging options, roads, high fencing, water, clearing, food plots, breeding facilities, long-range shooting tower, and various barns and shops. As its name suggests, the ranch has nearly 2.5 miles of easily accessible Colorado River frontage, as well as majestic cliff views that overlook from high above. World class white-tailed deer and a large assortment of exotics roam the property. The exotics range from some of the more common varietal to some of the rarest species. These include Sable, Greater kudu, Grevy's zebra, and one of only a handful established Cape Buffalo herds located on a private ranch within the United States. The Colorado River Ranch provides endless opportunities for the next owner / operator. Location: Just outside of Lampasas, Texas, the Colorado River Ranch sits within the coveted Texas Hill Country. It is a secluded retreat, with convenience to the city and all of its amenities. The majestic, gated entrance is 14 miles to Lampasas, 83 miles to Austin, 135 miles to San Antonio, and 181 miles to Dallas. Housing: The homes of Colorado River Ranch offer the perfect combination of privacy, functionality, and luxury. Located a short distance from the gate via all-weather gravel roads, they are secluded in a way that one feels miles from any access point. Main Lodge: The Colorado River Ranch's main lodge is an expansive 10,000+/- SQFT beauty. Throughout the lodge one can find multiple communal gathering areas, all with their own unique scenic views of the ranch. The lodge includes a full bar, large dining area, gaming room, commercial kitchen, oversized screened in porch and large outdoor firepit, which both overlook the herds of wild game below. This lodge has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Small Lodge: The small lodge, often utilized for overflow, is a stone's throw away from the main lodge and comprised of 4,000+/- SQFT. It includes 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Owner's Home: Approximately 3500+/- SQFT. This 3 bedroom and 2 bathroom home is currently utilized as the main residence for the owner. It also includes a swimming pool and beautiful outdoor living area to enjoy with friends and family. Manager / Foreman Home: This is a 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom home that is perfect for housing a full time ranch manager. Additional Housing: There is a 5 bedroom and 3 bathroom oversized doublewide mobile home that is used by other staff and hunting guides. A one bedroom and one bathroom apartment is also located underneath the elevated shooting tower and custom built 20' x 20' gun safe room. Wildlife: Whether your preference is hunting, viewing, or both, the Colorado River Ranch is a wildlife enthusiast's dream. The entire property is under high-fence and includes cross high-fencing as well. Numerous electric gates are located throughout for convenience. The Colorado River ranch has run a very elite white-tailed deer breeding business in the past, with $8M +/- invested in the herd. The herd was recently released onto the ranch, and the breeding business has been halted. However, the state-of-the-art facilities, which were custom designed and built, still remain in place, and could seamlessly be put back into operation. The facilities are in excellent condition, insulated, air conditioned, with electricity and water. An abundance of varying native game can be found on the property, including deer, hogs, and dove. Numerous 200"+ class white-tailed deer are on the ranch and the occasional 300"+ can be seen as well. The extensive herds of exotics are a remarkable sight, and a significant value add to the ranch. These include American bison, Cape buffalo, Greater kudu, Sable, Axis, Aoudad, Black buck, Fallow deer, Gemsbok, Nilgai, Oryx, Grevy's zebra, Bongo, Roan antelope, Grant's gazelle, Dama gazelle, Springbok, Thompson's gazelle, Nile lechwe, Transcaspian urials, and Nyala. A custom exotic package can be tailored to fit the new buyer's desires if needed. Contact broker for further details. Water: The namesake of this property comes from the 2.5 +/- miles of Colorado River frontage, all of which is accessible from the ranch. The views of the river are remarkable, and have many vantage points throughout the 300+/- feet of elevation change. The clear and cool river waters provide ample recreation enjoyment including tubing, canoeing, swimming, fishing, and relief from the summer heat. Sunsets overlooking the river are memorable to say the least. There is also a 10 +/- acre lake located within the ranch with fantastic fishing. A main water line runs all the way from the river to this lake and the ranch has water rights to pump from the river when needed. In addition, there are smaller water lines that run from the main line to multiple water troughs and stock tanks strategically located throughout the property for the wildlife. 7 working electric and solar powered water wells are located on the ranch. Additional Structures: There are multiple other buildings and structures on the property, which are all in excellent condition. They include barns, shops, equipment sheds, a processing facility with walk in cooler, and more. The existing deer breeding facility could be easily converted into an additional living quarters or lodge. Additional Information: An experienced ranch manager and staff are currently in place. Minerals are negotiable based on offer. Contact broker for further details.
$8,521,950  •  1,136.26 acres
Hickory Creek Ranch The Hickory Creek Ranch is uniquely situated in one of the most beautiful locations in all of Robertson County. The ranch offers a rare combination of recreational enjoyment, superb cattle grazing, and hunting opportunities. Situated on 1,136.26 +/- acres of prolific land, the Hickory Creek Ranch provides a weekend oasis that includes fantastic recreational opportunities, dynamic elevated views, and ideal proximity to several major cities. This blank canvas has large trees, excellent water, and large rolling hills unlike anything else in Robertson County. Location: The property is thirty-five minutes northwest of Bryan/College Station, two hours east of Austin and two and a half hours northwest of Houston. The property is located in the Calvert Community, west of the town of Franklin. The Easterwood Regional Airport is located 35 miles from the ranch gate and offers both commercial and private options. The ranch entrance is on the south side of South Hickory Loop Road. Habitat & Topography: The ranch offers a variety of mixed-use habitats, within the Post Oaks Savannah Ecoregion, including a blend of open pasture, post oaks, blackjack oaks, and Cedar elm. Numerous pastures have been cleared and improved with Coastal Bermuda grass for grazing. Native grasses are prevalent throughout the wooded areas, which include majestic mature hardwood bottoms and scattered post oaks. The soils primarily consist of Shadow loam, Gasil loamy fine sand, Eufaula loamy fine sand, Hearne fine sandy loam, Silstid loamy fine sand, and Uhland loam. The elevation on the ranch varies from approximately 370' along Mud Creek to elevations of approximately 440' along the eastern border of the property. This is considered to be extremely unique for this geographical area. The topography has multiple dramatic contrast points that offer beautiful views beyond the property. Cattle: The ranch runs a very productive cattle operation that has the capacity to support 350 +/- head. Wildlife, Hunting: The Hickory Creek Ranch has an abundance of wildlife and sporting opportunities. Whether your passion involves angling or the pursuit of deer, ducks, doves, hogs, or predators, you will find no shortage here. Located within one of the most productive zones of the Central Flyway, there is potential for phenomenal waterfowl hunting in the multiple ponds and along Mud Creek. The thick wooded corridors throughout the ranch provide plentiful cover and sanctuary areas for the wildlife to thrive. Water, Fishing: Both surface and subsurface waters are abundant throughout the Hickory Creek Ranch. The main bodies of surface water include a 2 +/- acre pond, two smaller stock tanks and nearly one mile of frontage along Mud Creek. The 2 +/- acre pond located on the property is believed to be 10 +/- ft. at its deepest point. The 2 +/- acre pond has amazing fishing and regularly produces largemouth bass and bream. Taxes: The property is under an agricultural tax exemption program. Minerals: Contact Broker for Details This ranch is being offered For Sale and is co-lised by TT Ranch Group with Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, and Dulling Ranch Sales with Kuper Sotheby's International Realty.
$2,450,000  •  311 acres
Titopa Farm Located just 5 miles north of Breckenridge, TX off Highway 67 on county road 179 is the perfect cattlemen's retreat or investment. The farm consists of 311.59 acres that has been designed to be a working cattle ranch while also keeping in mind the future potential for development or subdivision. The property has roughly 4,600+/- ft. of county road frontage and two water meters at each end of the property that would set the property up for subdivision if the buyer decided to divide the ranch. Improvements The main improvements on the property are located on the western boarder of the property. They sit on top of a hill that overlooks the pastures. At the "headquarters" is a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, brick exterior manufactured home. The home's interior is recently repainted with new flooring installed throughout. This house would be a perfect managers house or weekend retreat. Also located at the headquarters are the main cattle facilities and equipment shed, covered cattle processing facilities including cattle scales (not currently certified), semi loading chute, horse barn with feed room and tack room, vet room, and an office. The cattle facilities have fenced lanes to all the pastures so one person is able to rotate the cattle between pastures and move them throughout the processing facilities. Located on the eastern portion of the property is a newly constructed barn that has a storage room and covered pens. The build is ideal for cattle, but could make a good equestrian barn. Water One of the main attributes to the property is that the owner has two water meters that service the property. One services the headquarters and the other services the new barn located on the eastern end of the property. Along with the water meters there are three stock tanks that are utilized for watering cattle. Pastures Several years ago, the owner worked with the NRSC to reseed the eastern half of the property with a native grass mixture to reestablish the pasture into good condition. The mixture that was used to reseed the pastures was a six-way native mix of Little Bluestem, Lovegrass, Switchgrass, Indiangrass, Sideoats Grama, and Big Bluestem. Cattle The current owner is including with the sale of the property all the cattle located on the ranch at the time of the sale with an acceptable offer. Currently there are about 40 Red Angus/Red Angus cross cows with calves and 2 bulls. Equipment The current owner is including with the sale of the property all owned equipment that is located on the property with an acceptable offer. A list of the major equipment is described below. Equipment List Kawasaki XC Metro Mule Polaris Ranger 6x6 Kawasaki Mule 2510 1995 Chevy Extended cab 3/4 ton pickup 75 HP New Holland Tractor with loader Tractor Attachments: hay spear, bush hog mower, front end loader 16 ft flatbed trailer 16 ft gooseneck stock trailer 4115 John Deere Mower Miscellaneous shop equipment and tools
$5,942,000  •  642 acres
Luna Ranch Description: Just 30 minutes from downtown Dallas is the hidden recreational gem, Luna Ranch. This ranch sits on 642 +/- acres of land that is rich with wild game. The property is currently being utilized to run cattle and serves as a weekend retreat and hunting oasis. With access to the Southfork Sabine River, Renfro Creek, multiple stock tanks and duck sloughs, water is prolific. Housing: The main residence on Luna Ranch sits behind a gated concrete driveway. The home is situated on the highest part of the ranch and has 5 bedrooms, with one of the rooms being set up as a bunk room. It has an open floor plan living room, and covered parking. Location: Luna Ranch is an incredibly rare find considering the size of land and close proximity to Dallas. The ranch is located right outside of Munson, TX. The north end of the ranch borders State HWY 276 and the south end fronts FM 1565. The property is dues east of Rockwall, TX and south of Royce City, TX. This property provides secluded large contiguous acreage conveniently located to several major cities. Water: Renfro Creek runs through the central and southern portions of the ranch. The South Fork Sabine River runs through the northern part of the property. Bermuda Grass can be found throughout the ranch and is especially lush throughout the floodplain portions and in the river bottoms. The property also has multiple ponds. Wildlife: There are ample hunting opportunities at Luna Ranch. There is a heavy presence of wildlife that traverses the river and creek corridors. The native whitetail population is very healthy and quite impressive. Numerous trophy bucks have been harvested over the years with several scoring in the 160's. Multiple blinds and feeders are positioned throughout the property. Migrating waterfowl frequent the duck sloughs in the winter months and can be thick at certain times. Hogs and dove are also found on the ranch. Land: Rolling hay meadows mixed with mature hardwood thickets paint a beautiful backdrop with Luna Ranch. There is about 35' of elevation change throughout the property. One concrete road runs the length of the property and provides year-round access into the river bottoms even during wet conditions. Approximately 80 - 85% of the ranch falls within the FEMA floodplain. The majority of the soils consist of Kaufman clay, Heiden clay, Crockett loam, and Nahatche loam. Other: Covered hay barn Perimeter and cross fencing in place Cattle pens The entire ranch is under a wildlife management plan with Hunt County and receives ag exemption status
$2,905,015  •  505 acres
Sandy Creek Ranch Description: Tucked away off of paved County Road 2350, near Emory, TX, is the 505+/- Acres, Sandy Creek Ranch. This property has the potential to serve many purposes. Abundance of wildlife occupies the wooded area, and has not been heavily hunted on for several years. A variety of trees cover the property, including Post Oak, Cedar Elm, American Elm and Hackberry. The front meadow is cut for hay production and is capable of running cattle. With river, creek, and pond access, there are many fishing opportunities. Throughout the property there is 50' of topography variance. Sandy Creek Ranch is a well maintained recreational property that is the perfect weekend getaway for any outdoors lover. Location: The Sandy Creek Ranch is located near Emory, TX. Just 60 miles east of Dallas and 47 miles northwest of Tyler. It is the perfect retreat for an outdoor enthusiast who needs an escape from the bustle of the city. Water + Fishing: Running through the property is both the Sandy Creek and Sabine River. Man made bridges for creek crossing have been implemented to help with high waters. The river has been noted for excellent catfishing - especially after a good rain. There is a 2 acre pond on the property, filled with Bass, Crappie and Bream. This property is a hidden gem for the angling enthusiast. Wildlife: There is no shortage of wildlife that roams throughout the property. Deer are abundant, and can be seen running about the fields as you drive down the interior lanes. Hogs, coyotes, bobcats and ducks are also prevalent. If you keep an eye out, a Bald Eagle can be spotted on occasion. During the right time of the year, when the river fills, numerous ducks fly in. They can be spotted spending time in the flooded timber. Other: Property has Ag / Timber exemptions ="ltr">
Contact for Price  •  4,000 acres
Bear Mountain Ranch Description: Bear Mountain Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property. Tucked away in the San Bois Mountains in South Eastern Oklahoma, the property spreads over 4,000+/- acres of rolling land (additional land available upon inquiry). While feeling secluded away in the forest, there is no shortage of luxury here. The custom-built lodging adds a sense of refinement to Bear Mountain Ranch, but the true magnificence comes from the land itself. 4,000 +/- acres of tremendous versatility. Comprised of mountains, creeks, lakes, food plots and sunflower fields, the land provides it all. The 4,000+/- acres are all under high fence, which was carefully designed for wildlife purposes. Location: Located near Wilburton, Oklahoma, Bear Mountain Ranch rolls over the San Bois Mountains. Wilburton has a private airport, making Bear Mountain Ranch the perfect escape destination. However, flying isn't the only way to visit Bear Mountain Ranch - it is just a three hour drive from Dallas, Texas. Homes: The main home was completed in 2019 and spans 13,500 +/- sqft. The beautiful 13 bedroom / 13 bath establishment is perfectly positioned to overlook a 30 +/- acre lake. On the lake is a custom boat-house, accompanied with a boat slip. The main residence was designed to entertain and has an abundance of space to do so. When cooking for large parties, one can do so from the comfort of the indoors in the open kitchen floor-plan. The modern kitchen contains a walk-in pantry, marble countertops, Whirlpool appliances complete with 2 fridges, double gas stovetop, and 2 ovens. The kitchen opens to the living area with plenty of room for all of the family and friends. Here you can sit by the fireplace and look out onto the back patio and lake. Out on the patio, one can enjoy the fresh-air and lake views in the outdoor grilling area. Multiple bedrooms and living spaces fill the two-story home. There are 8 bedrooms on the first floor, two of which are the masters, and 5 bedrooms upstairs. Each bedroom has its own private bathroom attached. In addition to the downstairs living area, there are two areas upstairs that are currently being used as living and game rooms. Additional rooms in the house include 2 laundry rooms, mud room, linen room, safe room, and a tornado shelter. Attached is a four-car garage and storage unit. There are two other homes on the property. The Foreman's Home, built in 2018, is 2,000 +/- sqft., and has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The Guest House, also built in 2018, and is 2,800 +/- sqft. It has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a laundry and mudroom. Attached to the two structures is a private garage, with oversized walk-in cooler and cleaning station. Habitat & Topography: The property has approximately 800' of elevation change which varies. Bear Mountain Ranch has tremendous versatility. From mountains, creeks, and ponds, rocky terrain to sunflower fields - the land provides it all. 4,000+/- of the acres are under high fence that was carefully designed for game purposes. From 800' above sea level to 1400'. The ranch has seven different distinct ridgelines that transverse across the property. The majority of the soils are comprised of various associations and complexes that lend themselves well towards pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife use. Water: In addition to the 30+/- acre feature lake, the property has an abundance of water sources. Inside of the high fence, 20 ponds and stock tanks of various sizes can be found. Between the various sources, the property holds water year-round and gets an average of 50 inches of rainfall per year. It should be noted that the run-off from the rain is so strong, the man-made 35 ft. deep lake was filled in just one summer. Fishing + Wildlife: Bear Mountain Ranch is the ultimate experience for the outdoorsman. Fishing and hunting opportunities are abundant. The lake is stocked with Tiger Bass, Bluegill, Red Ear Perch, and Catfish. There is no shortage of wildlife. Whitetail Deer, Elk, Turkey, Aoudad, Hogs, and the occasional Black Bear habitat the land. To promote their vitality, there are 22 food plots located throughout the property, with various stands and feeders placed accordingly. Three different pastures have also been implemented to organize game. The "Trophy Pasture" encloses 230+/- acres, the "Pig Pasture" utilizes 40 +/- acres, and the "Release Pasture" is 27 +/- acres. Bear Mountain Ranch is truly a recreational haven like no other. There are endless opportunities to create memories. One of our favorites is sitting on the patio overlooking the lake, as you watch the sun go down over the mountains and see deer and elk come out at dusk to graze. Bear Mountain Ranch encompasses a blend between some of the best features of Texas and Colorado, but is located only a short 3 hour drive north of Dallas, in Oklahoma. Additional Notes: There is one active gas well. A 100' x 60' shop is located on the property. Contact broker for price and additional information. ="ltr">
$2,600,000  •  3 acres
Discover luxury and sophistication in this East Texas retreat, tucked away on three wooded acres in South Tyler. Saddlebrook Estates is an exclusive gated community just minutes from Tyler’s newest development and in the highly rated Whitehouse ISD. Built in the spirit of Neoclassical style, this custom home is the result of thoughtful collaboration between architect, builder and homeowner. It is a showcase of elegance and modern style without sacrificing convenience for everyday life. The master wing features a rotunda-shaped bedroom, separate showers and closets, and laundry room. Among the many unique aspects of this home are its grand split-staircase entrance, stately library, executive office, saltwater pool, lighted tennis courts, in-home theater, game room, craft room, and gazebo with grill. Each of the four upstairs bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.
TT Ranch Group
TT Ranch Group
Tyler Thomas
Tyler Thomas
3131 Turtle Creek Blvd. 4th Floor
Dallas, TX 75219

Mobile: 214-659-1554
Office: 214-659-1554