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$12,421,500  •  3,549 acres
This historic ranch is being offered for sale for the first time in over 100 years. With over 2 miles of spring-fed Sarco Creek, the Goliad 3550 is a diverse mixture of classic coastal plains with native grasses, live oak and post oak trees on the northern 1,526 acres and large stands of live oaks and a post oak “forest” in the southern 2,023 acres. Sarco Creek is very well watered with perennial large pools of clear spring water. This is truly something special; a discerning buyer will certainly appreciate the opportunity to purchase a large ranch of this caliber, location and canvas ready for their masterpiece. Location and Access: Located just 6 miles south of Goliad, TX off of HWY 183. The ranch has 3.19 miles of frontage along HWY 183. Three access gates are positioned at the north, middle and southern ends of the property. Approximately 160 miles to Houston, 100 miles to San Antonio and 135 miles to Austin. The Victoria Regional Airport runway is over 4,900 ft. Rangeland and Habitat: The northern 1,526 acres consist of primarily open coastal plains with some scattered mesquite and huisache trees. In the southwest portion of this pasture are large live oak and post oak trees along with live oak mottes. The seasonal Buzzard Branch runs north-south in the western portion of the pasture for the entire length terminating in Sarco Creek located in the 2,023-acre pasture. Topography is gently sloping from the highest point of 1,65 ft on the northeast portion down to 135 ft along the cross fence separating the two large pastures. The southern 2,023 acres is more heavily wooded with some areas of great native grass stands and open country. Hardwoods consist of live oak mottes, huge live oaks and a large area of dense post oaks in the southwestern portion. Typical South Texas brush varieties are also present along with mesquite and huisache trees. The focal point of this pasture is the 2.16 miles of Sarco Creek. The strength and beauty of this creek is something of an anomaly in this part of Texas. Water: 2.16 miles of spring-fed Sarco Creek, 3.77 miles of the Buzzard Branch Creek, a dry weather creek feeding into Sarco Creek. Five stock tanks are scattered throughout the property, all with access to nearby water wells. One tank is fed by windmill. Wildlife: White-tailed deer are known to be above average for the area, turkey are abundant, excellent quail habitat, dove and hogs. Improvements: Ranch improvements include a large set of wooden cattle pens in the southeast portion of the ranch. The pens are near HWY 183 and easily accessed from the south entrance. There are miles of all-weather caliche roads throughout the interior of the ranch. Fencing: Fencing along HWY 183 is new and very well built. The northern and western fencing is in great condition. The southern portion is older but in good condition. One cross fence separates the northern 1,526-acre Beef Pasture and 2,023-acre Elkins pasture. There is also a 227-acre trap adjacent to the working pens. Easements: There is one natural gas pipeline traversing the property east to west. No other easements are apparent. Minerals: Surface sale only, no minerals are offered for sale. Historically there has been production on the ranch providing for good access through the heart of the property. Currently, the minerals are under lease with only a very marginal amount of production. Showings: All showings must be scheduled at least 24-hours in advance. Seller reserves the right to pre-qualify any potential buyer prior to showing. Co-Brokerage: This property is Co-Brokered with Coldwell Banker- The Ron Brown Company- Billy Murphy, Listing Agent (351) 655-0484 billy.murphy@coldwellbanker.com
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$11,250,000  •  2,554 acres
7 D Ranch Hidden away in the heart of the Texas Hill Country with dramatic views of San Saba County is found the 1277 +/- acre 7D ranch where hunting, entertaining and ranching are the preferred way of life. This is an exceptional opportunity for a trophy Hill Country ranch with four large-fenced pastures that are watered via the 18+ surface water stock tanks, and county water throughout. For the avid hunter and outdoor sportsman, it is home to trophy deer, turkey, quail, hogs, and varmints. The ranch is TPWD Level III MLD and has a game fenced perimeter of 80% of the ranch. The deer have been managed for over 20 years, which makes for some impressive bucks. For the cattleman there is also an interior trap connected by a fenced lane all the way to the welded pipe working pens. Fencing is in good to excellent condition throughout the ranch. All of this combined with the stunning lodge makes the 7D a very special opportunity. Improvements: Built to the owner’s specifications in 2014, the 5,475 square foot ranch house is sited upon the highest point on the ranch with big views that are typically hard to find. Being of custom timber frame construction, the two-story ranch house has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths with a downstairs master, as well two half baths. It can sleep a dozen or more comfortably. No expense was spared in constructing this impressive home with white oak floors and trim all finished by hand. Everything from the cabinets to the fixtures are custom, and the rooms, closets and bathrooms are all large enough for a corporate style Lodge. Exterior of the home, porches, pool deck and the main ranch entry are all built with native stone from the ranch. Outdoor living at the ranch was carefully thought out and designed perfectly for entertaining large groups. There are several thousand feet of wrap around porches, perfect for enjoying the scenery and wildlife, a flagstone patio with an in-ground pool that overlooks the entire ranch. Ancillary structures include an oversized 2 car detached carport and a smoke house with BBQ pits that rival Coopers BBQ in Llano. Included in the offering is a large 4,000 square foot pole barn for equipment storage, ten custom-built 2 person insulated deer stands that are 66’ tall on steel stands along with 18-1,000 lb. feeders, a walk-in deer cooler, covered cleaning area and a 3,000 square foot insulated shop on a slab. Habitat & Topography: Exceptionally scenic Hill Country, the topography consists of plateaus combined with rolling post oak draws and drainages, mesquite-treed pastures, and native grasses beneficial to both cattle and wildlife. The elevation ranges from 1,330 feet to 1,484 feet above sea level. The 7D Ranch has 5 plateaus that create drainages and multiple large rock bottom creeks and hardwood draws throughout. The plateaus also provide stunning panoramic views overlooking the land. The property grasses are bluestem, windmill grass, switchgrass and side oats gramma. There are some areas of improved grasses and food plots for the game. Wildlife, Hunting: Teeming with wildlife; deer, turkey and quail appear to be in great condition with no active hunting leases in place. Drainages off the plateaus and 18+ stocked surface water tanks keep the game animals well-watered and challenge the angler. The MLD Level III managed native deer herd is only hunted by owners and friends. 20 years of managing the native herd with the ranch producing bucks in the high 150s and 160s B&C and a few 180s have been taken. Location: Situated on CR 117 northwest of San Saba and only a few minutes to groceries and shopping, a little over two and half hours from Fort Worth, four hours from Houston, 90 minutes from Austin and 45 minutes from Llano or Lampasas. Additional Information: The ranch can be purchased in two combinations, both with separate entrances off county roads. It can be purchased as the entire ranch and lodge, or just the East Division, which is 1,277 acres with no improvements other than fencing and a nice deer herd. Taxes: Ag exempt $21,208.45 Property rights: Owner has 100% of wind rights which will convey All owned mineral rights will convey with sale of ranch.
Contact for Price  •  2,350 acres
This ±2,350 acre high fenced ranch for sale just north of Eden, Texas, is heavily stocked with a spectacular array of species from the African plains, Asia, India, and Europe, as well as North American species of trophy big game. The spectacular range of exotics on Lucky 7 Ranch in Concho County, Texas, sets the bar high for turn-key hunting ranches. With revenue generating animals and infrastructure in place, this property is ready now for some of the best exotics hunting in the state. Near the center of Concho County, Lucky 7 is just six minutes north of Eden and just over 30 minutes from the college town of San Angelo with its municipal airport and daily commercial flights. Drive times to San Antonio and Austin are under three hours and the DFW Metroplex is just over three hours. The ranch has almost two miles of frontage, including the ranch’s main entrance, on US Highway 83. This land has diverse topography, with great views high on the western edge of the property down 150 feet to rolling bottom land with tillable soil and multiple existing food plots along wet weather Mustang Creek. Diverse and nutritious high protein brush is available to the wildlife in generous amounts across the ranch, along with heavily wooded areas of mesquite, cedar, and live oaks providing excellent cover. Lucky 7 has 13 large stock ponds across the ranch to provide year round water for the animals. Municipal water supplies the lodge and headquarters, and the pasture along the highway. The ranch has miles of interior roads that are well maintained and provide easy access to most of the ranch. The amazing collection of exotics on Lucky 7 Ranch have been valued at around two and a quarter million dollars and they convey with the sale. Income from these animals comes from hunting, breeding, and selling stock to other ranches. Purchasing all of the exotics is negotiable. African species in the collection include blesbok, gemsbok, Scimitar horned oryx, Cape buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, addax, lechwe, warthog, aoudad, and eland. Asian species include barasingha, nilgai, Blackbuck antelope, and Axis, Père David’s, and Sika deer. European deer species include Red and Fallow. North American exotics include elk and bison, plus native Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, and hogs. Sheep and goat species on the ranch are red, mouflon, transcaspian, and Texas dahl sheep, with ibex, markhor, aoudad, tahr, and cordova goats. The main lodge and satellite cabins of Lucky 7 Ranch comfortably sleep over 20 guests. The main lodge is just under 3,000 square feet with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. There is a commercial grade kitchen and a large, beautifully outfitted common area for entertaining guests and relaxing between hunts. There is a walk-in cooler, skinning rack, and an inviting covered common area with outdoor cooking facilities and a nearby fire pit. An additional two bedroom, two bathroom cabin can sleep up to six guests. There are multiple feed and storage barns and three sets of working pens. This massive exotics hunting ranch is an exceptional opportunity for the savvy ranch buyer or investor. This operation brings together all the essential elements for a singular attraction with multiple revenue streams from the impressive animal stock already in place. Adventure awaits at Lucky 7 Ranch. Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.
$15,350,000  •  2,275 acres
Dripstone Ranch is uniquely located in the geographic transition area between the rugged Hill Country Balcones Fault, the Chihuahuan Desert, and the topography of the South Texas Brush Country. Ranching and nature come together here, with areas of wildlife habitat and river, combined with agricultural areas designed into improved pastures, amazing ranch infrastructure, and the famous karst limestone caves found on the ranch.
$19,500,000  •  1,500 acres
The Reed Ranch consists of 1500+/- Acres that sits on the edge of the Highland lakes, Straddling the Llano Uplift. This ranch offers absolutely stunning views of the Colorado River Valley, Inks Lake, and Lake Buchanan. The Western property line abuts Inks Lake State Park. The ranch offers access to City Water lines that traverse the ranch. The ranch also offers over 7800 ft of beautiful Spring Creek. Spring creek provides fishing and swimming holes that are ultra private. Wildlife is abundant on the ranch including White-tailed deer, Turkey, Hogs, and Dove. The ranch has an abundance of trees throughout, including Post Oak, Live Oak, Black Cherry, Cedar Elm, Hackberry, Spanish Oak, Walnut, And Mesquite. Good Native grasses and brush give wildlife excellent cover. The ranch's incredible topography varying from 900 ft. up to 1260 ft. and proximity to both Inks Lake and Lake Buchanan affords it some of the best views you can find in the Texas Hill Country. The ranch is situated less than 10 minutes from downtown Burnet and less than an hour to Austin. Access to the ranch is great and offers over 640 ft. of frontage on Hoover Valley Rd and 3 additional entrances off Park Rd 4. Recent improvements have been made the ranch including several miles of new roads, land clearing, new fencing, low water crossings at the creek and much more. This is a Spectacular ranch located in one of the fastest growing areas in the USA.
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$23,596,000  •  1,028.45 acres
$25,000,000
1028 Acres with Live Water and Stunning Views! The Ranch lies in scenic Blanco and Kendall Counties, centrally located between Austin, San Antonio & Fredericksburg. We believe this is some of the finest real estate the Texas Hill Country has to offer.
$12,250,000  •  1,023 acres
FROM DALLAS TAKE I45 SOUTH TO MADISONVILLE. FROM HOUSTON TAKE I45 NORTH TO MADISOVILLE. FROM MADISONVILLE GO SOUTH ON HWY 90 APPROX. 2 MILES TO PROPERTY ADDRESS ON THE LEFT.
$2,350,000  •  935 acres
The Cy Mui Ranch is located in the transitional zone between the Edwards Plateau and the South Texas brush country. The blend of topography, fine South Texas brush and locale provides abundant free ranging game with excellent hunting opportunities. In fact, the ranch has a history of harvesting some fantastic trophies! Location: The ranch is an equidistance of 30 miles north of Del Rio and Brackettville, TX off of paved FM 2523. San Antonio, TX is approximately 2 hour and 30 drive. Houston, TX is approximately 5 hour and 15 minutes drive. Austin, TX is approximately 3 hour and 45 minutes drive. Habitat and Topography: The habitat at Cy Mui is a mixture of diverse South Texas brush and Hill Country flora. The ranch’s topography consists of several draws, thick bottoms and top country. The vegetation in this transitional area is typical of the Hill Country with live oaks, shin oak, mesquite, redbud, mountain laurel, and juniper; along with a mix of South Texas brush including guajillo, blackbrush, guayacan, kidneywood, brazil, and other typical species providing good browse. Wildlife: Cy Mui Ranch offers fantastic low-fenced hunting for both free ranging native and exotic game. Wildlife management and feeding programs have been in place for several years and the game has certainly benefited. A whitetail buck scoring as large as 170+ inches (pictured above) has been taken in the past, however bucks scoring in the 130’s to 150’s is more common. Of the typical free ranging exotics in the area, the most prevalent are axis deer and aoudad. Improvements: Cy Mui’s improvements consist of a new 3,600 sf ranch house, old barn and an equipment shed. The ranch house is beautifully finished out on the interior with granite counter tops, high ceilings and an open floor plan perfect for the gathering of family and friends. The home has 4 bedrooms and a hallway of bunk beds. Of the 4 bedrooms two are dedicated as master bedrooms. Water: The ranch is equipped with one water well (electric with submersible pump) with a 2,500 gallon water storage tank. For the wildlife there are several water storage tanks with water troughs strategically placed around the ranch. There are several spots on the ranch perfect for digging small ponds for wildlife or livestock purposes. Minerals: Seller’s owned minerals, if any, will convey with the surface.
Contact for Price  •  930 acres
930 ± Acres Numerous ponds Miles of wet-weather creek runoff Diverse topography 1/2 mile of HWY 83 Frontage High-Fenced Incredible array of exotic species Municipal water available Electricity available
$8,787,500  •  925 acres
LoMaRo Ranch, which straddles the Austin and Fort Bend county line, is a productive, diverse Texas-sized ranch with huge commercial potential. The ±925 acre-ranch is located less than an hour southwest of downtown Houston near Wallis. The ranch includes more than 1.5 miles of Brazos River frontage and fronts Highway 36 for ±.7 of a mile. An active railroad, with a perpetually maintained crossing, parallels Highway 36 adding another appealing commercial feature. For a discerning buyer interested in agriculture and livestock, wildlife and recreation, or commercial investment, the potential is limitless. While LoMaRo is convenient to urban amenities, it’s a world away when it comes to privacy. The stars still shine big and bright here. Tracing its lineage to the original Stephen F. Austin land grant, the low-fenced ranch, has been in the current family since 1871. Early on, some fields were broken out for cotton fields, but the LoMaRo Ranch has been a working cattle ranch throughout much of its multi-generational history. Traditional ranch roads provide easy access to the entire ranch, which has been cross-fenced into six separate pastures. The front portion of the ranch features improved Coastal Bermuda pastures and hay meadows. Here the terrain includes flat meadows and rolling hills. The back portion slopes down into the rich Brazos River bottom. Legacy oaks, pecans and cottonwoods provide shade. Native grasses and brush create superlative wildlife habitat. While the ranch has not been actively managed for wildlife, game abounds. The ranch has never been hunted commercially. White-tailed deer, migratory waterfowl, feral hogs, and sandhill cranes as well as small game are plentiful. Quail have also been spotted. Stretching for just over 1.5 miles, even the river frontage is diverse. An oxbow lake, stocked with two types of bass and bluegills, spans about one mile. Another portion includes a sandbar that gives a different type of access to the river. A high bank marks a third portion of the ranch’s intersection with the river. A ranch lake, covering ± 3 acres, delivers stock water in the upper portion. Anglers seeking a different type of challenge can fish for catfish in this impoundment. The original ranch house, which has been updated and currently is the site of family retreats, features 3 bedrooms and 3 baths with 2 bonus “kids’ rooms” in the loft. Its strong bones, dating back to the 1870s, could be the basis for the new owners’ dream home or it could be converted to a guest house. The ranch offers many different building sites that could be the foundation for a perfectly appointed retreat. Ranch infrastructure includes livestock working pens, 2 equipment barns and a hay barn. A well supplies water to the house and the pens. Mineral rights are negotiable. Diversity. Productivity. Proximity. Privacy. Access. Convenience. History. Water. Wildlife. Livestock. Endless opportunities. LoMaRo Ranch is home to it all. Claim its abundance for yourself. To experience the potential of LoMaRo Ranch, call Conner W. Hood with Hood Real Estate Inc. at (830) 928-2317. The ranch is listed for $8,787,500.
Contact for Price  •  734 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 734± Water: Lake, Creeks, Springs County: Gillespie Nearest City: Fredericksburg Distance: Minutes Features: Crystal Clear, Spring-Fed Lake Several Creeks Many Springs Game Fenced Several Large Fields of Usable Land Paved Roads Underground Electricity Lots of Native Wildlife
$4,750,000  •  657 acres
TLD Bar Ranch TLD Bar Ranch consists of 657+/- acres of rolling pasture, mature timber creek bottoms, and has the potential for a large lake. The ranch has been in the same family for generations and is currently being operated as a cattle operation. Located just west of Denton, TX the ranch is in an ideal location with its close proximity to the metroplex. Location Located just 45 miles from Fort Worth, TLD Bar Ranch is located in Wise County, on FM 1810, six miles west of Decatur, TX. The ranch has additional road frontage on CR 1655. Habitat & Topography The ranch has a good mixture of timber and pasture, with about 65% of the ranch being pasture. The balance mostly consists of mature timber along the creeks. There are a large number of pecan and oak trees which provide great habitat for wildlife and cattle. With the size and quantity of pecan trees on the property there is potential for commercial pecan harvesting. Cattle The TLD Bar Ranch is an ideal cattle operation with strategically placed working facilities and numerous small traps that are perfect for rotating and backgrounding cattle. The two working facilities are located on opposite ends of the ranch so cattle do not have to be driven far to get to the processing pens. Both pens have covered working areas. The west pens are equipped with a hydrologic shoot, crowding tub, and vet room. The owner worked in connection with the Noble Foundation in Oklahoma when creating the layout of the cross fencing on the ranch in order to determine the ideal placement. Located on the eastern portion of the ranch is roughly a 100 +/- acre field that has been cultivated in the past as a wheat pasture but is currently being grazed or could be cut for hay. Wildlife Located throughout the ranch is a good population of whitetail deer and hogs. oOccasionally wild turkeys can be seen crossing through the property. Waterfowl and migratory birds are also in abundance throughout different times of year. Water Water is adequately located throughout the ranch with drinking troughs, six ponds, and nearly a mile frontage on both sides of Big Sandy Creek. There are several water wells scattered throughout the ranch. Located near the center of the ranch is an old lake that is about 30 +/- acres when full. A former gas company used to keep the lake full by using water wells. When production stopped the wells were turned off, resulting in the water level dropping to its current level. Located on the lake is a swimming doc with a water slide. There is an ideal building spot overlooking the lake for the addition of another structure. Gravel Years ago, the current and previous owner sold sand and gravel off the property. When the mining was stopped, the mining company left a large amount of pea gravel that is located in the center of the property. Currently the owner is using the pea gravel on the roads as needed. There is a potential opportunity for a new owner to possibly sell the remaining pea gravel, or to contact mining companies about restarting the mining operation to sell sand and gravel. Headquarters The main residence on the ranch is the original farm house that has been added onto over the years. The original house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and has a sun room added on that connects it to the newer addition. This addition includes 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, with an open living/dining/kitchen area. Currently the original house serves as the office and the updated portion is the living quarters. Also located at the headquarters is a livestock barn, shop, covered parking for equipment, and livestock holding pens. Lease Income The current owner leased a portion of the property to Austin Powder Company who has a small storage facility on the west side of the ranch off CR 1655. With minimal impact to the property the lease has been a steady stream of revenue for the owners since 2005. The Powder company's current lease runs until May of 2025, with escalating payments each year. There is a good probability that the company would like to renew the lease for an additional ten years. For further details on the specifics of the lease and the yearly revenue please contact the listing agent. Other Improvements 2 sets of cattle processing pens with water and electric 40' x 80' concrete storage barn Portable office building used when sand and gravel were being mined. Minerals Please consult with the broker regarding minerals.
$6,495,000  •  597 acres
597± Acres minutes to historic Fredericksburg and only 1 hour to San Antonio or Austin, TX! Majestic mountaintops with views that will make you think you are in Montana! Quiet and private with end of road privacy, small rock cabin, old barns, many live running springs, great giant trees and valleys, a nice fishing pond and both sides of your own rock-bottom, crystal-clear creek with small cascading waterfalls! Tons of wildlife abound and lots of character. Truly a diamond in the rough and priced to sell!! Call Jeff Soele: (210) 705-4013.
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$2,175,419  •  530.59 acres
$2,427,980
DESCRIPTION: This fantastic central Texas hunting and recreational ranch is located in McCulloch County just north of Brady, TX on the north edge of the Texas Hill Country. The ranch has a nice barndominium, paved access, two ponds and a variety of habitat and terrain. A good road system, trees, rolling hills, bottomland, seasonal creeks and a lot of wildlife round this ranch off very nicely. This ranch is a must see and will not last long on the market! LOCATION: Located just over 20 minutes north of Brady on paved Ranch Rd 765. 2.5 hours from Austin, 2 hours 45 minutes from San Antonio, 1 hour 10 minutes to San Angelo. IMPROVEMENTS: This ranch is improved with a fully furnished 2 bed, 2 bath barndominium with a large, open concept living room, dining area and kitchen along with a great covered back porch. A breezeway separates the main living quarters from the barn and adjacent apartment equipped with a full bathroom. There is also a walk-in cooler and a game cleaning area all located inside a fully fenced yard with cattle guard entrance. 5 nice blinds, 7 corn feeders and 3 protein feeders all convey as well. EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: None WATER: There are two nice ponds on the ranch. One of them is stocked with fish and holds water very well. There is also a seasonal creek that, in wet times, will run many months out of the year according to the seller. Currently, the headquarters is supplied by a rainwater capture system that is very sufficient and works very well. Rural water is available and we should soon have the cost associated with bringing it to the headquarters. TERRAIN/HABITAT: The terrain and habitat on this ranch is extremely versatile! As you traverse the property you will feel like you have gone to four distinctive areas. You have hill country with cedar and oak trees, then you have some nice valley land with good soil and grass cover. After that, you will find some flatter country with big mesquite, oaks, persimmon, more brush and then you have a creek bottom with giant cedar elm, oak, persimmon, and brush. It is something you must see for yourself to really appreciate! One other thing to be noted is that the property used to be part of a larger ranch so besides the road frontage, the remaining three sides of the property are surrounded by a single 6000 acre neighbor. WILDLIFE: Native wildlife will include whitetail deer, wild hogs, turkey, dove, quail. The back tank also offers good fishing opportunities. EASEMENTS: None MINERALS: Surface Only TAXES: 2020 taxes of $3,174.52 per McCulloch CAD. SUMMARY: If you are looking for a great all-around recreational ranch, look no further! This is one to consider. Great price and great location. Call Anthony to schedule a showing! DISCLAIMERS: All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the State of Texas are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC, Broker. Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC reserves the right to require any or all interested buyer(s) of a particular property to provide proof of financial ability to purchase said property prior to the initial showing or any subsequent showing of the property. Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC also reserves the right to refuse to show a property to a potential buyer for any reason at Simpson Ranches & Land, LLCs sole and absolute discretion.
$15,000,000  •  525 acres
Opportunity of a lifetime to own this absolutely beautiful property and 2.4 miles of the clear San Marcos river, 525 acres of hills, pastures, dense mature trees and beaches for unlimited Hiking, Hunting, Canoeing, fishing, kayaking, bird watching, horses, cattle and a log cabin overlooking the unending serene views. Sandy beach areas for great picnics and easy access to the River for swimming or floating down the river. The home is located off the main drive and overlooks the property with panoramic views and fantastic sunsets. Located just 37 minutes from Austin and 45 minutes from San Antonio, access to the ranch is made easier by a fully paved road to the entrance. This versatile ranch provides a once in a lifetime chance for private enjoyment, development opportunity or the establishment of a generational land holding.
$2,737,000  •  476 acres
Coyote Creek Ranch, located near Flatonia in Fayette County, is a ±476-acre canvas of opportunity positioned less than 90 minutes from Houston, Austin and San Antonio. The heavily wooded property, with easy access to I-10, is ideally situated to deliver both convenience and privacy. For the past 50 years, the owners have used the low-fenced ranch, which fronts on FM 2237 about 3.5 miles from the community of Cistern, as a natural haven for hunting and camping. To encourage and attract wildlife, the owners have maintained the land's native character. The land supports a mixture of post oaks, mature cedars, mesquite and yaupon—a buffet for game. Today, the ranch is home to white-tailed deer, turkeys, feral hogs and an array of small game and predators such as coyotes and bobcats. Three ponds, ranging between a half-acre and an acre in size, offer fishing for bass and catfish as well as stopover water for migrating ducks. In wet weather, Live Oak Creek cuts across the property; it dries up when rains are scarce or intermittent. Through the years, the owners have carved out hidden clearings and cut trails through the woods by following the same paths over and over again. An all-weather caliche road provides access from the front of the property to the back. Depending on the new owners' goals, the land could be cleared to create an open landscape, partially cleared to create a mosaic of grass and woody plants, or left in its natural state. The gently rolling terrain offers a variety of potential building sites for a dream home or an expansive family compound with guest houses. An 800-square-foot, off-the-grid cabin provides a housing option for those who like to live close to the land or for people seeking a temporary camp as a larger home is being constructed. The 2-bedroom, 1 -bath cabin features a 20'x20' main room. Generators power the lights as well as the air-conditioning units, while propane fuels the heater. A rain catchment system provides water. For those looking for more convenience, county water and rural electricity are readily available. An 8' x 8' shed housing the generators and tools rounds out the ranch infrastructure. Through the years, a livestock grazing lease has provided an additional income stream, maintained the agriculture tax valuation and ensured the fences have been maintained in order to hold cattle. The agriculture tax valuation could be converted to a wildlife tax valuation if the new owners so choose. Regardless of your vision for life in the country, Coyote Creek Ranch provides a beautiful, flexible canvas on which to make your dream a reality. Whether you're in Houston, San Antonio or Austin, it's just a short drive to your new country home. To experience the raw, beauty of Coyote Creek Ranch for yourself, contact Conner Hood with Hood Real Estate Inc. at (830) 928-2317. The ranch is listed for $5,750/acre.
$10,995,000  •  471 acres
Deemed a nature preserve since the 1950's by previous owners, this ranch has over a mile of cypress lined, rock bottom Little Blanco River frontage with amazing distant views, and plenty of fields with rich soil and healthy grasses that are perfect for grazing livestock and much more. Throughout the property are large mature oak and pecan trees, as well as some cedar groves, creating cooling shade and a beautiful habitat for an abundance of local wildlife such as deer, turkey and foxes. There are four water wells on the property, some interior roads, and two older homes. Easy access. The ranch is a 50-minute drive to San Antonio's International Airport and just over an hour to Austin's International Airport. It can be sold as one parcel or can be divided. The sellers will work closely with buyers to construct light restrictions via a conservation easement to preserve the integrity of the property and the river.
Contact for Price  •  420 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 420± Water: 2.5± Acre Lake, 3 Water Wells County: Kendall Nearest City: Fredericksburg Distance: Minutes Features: 2.5± Acre Lake 4BR/3BA Main House 3BR/2BA Hilltop Ranch Home Swimming Pool Party Pavilion 3BR/2BA Lodge Cabin Workshop Garage 13 Breeder Pens 4 Blinds/Feeders 3 Water Wells Game Cleaning Area Paved Access Hill Country Views
$968,200  •  412 acres
If you have been looking for a build to suit quail and deer combination ranch, The Buenos Dias Ranch is one that you need to view. Having a great combination of mixed brush and open motted grassland, the property is teaming with both whitetail and bobwhite quail. This gently rolling property has a great layout and is ready for a new owner to sculpt it into a northern Duval county paradise. Location: The ranch is located 7 miles north of Highway 44 on county road 330. Freer is short 7 miles west as the crow flies while Corpus Christi is 1 hour and 15 minutes east. San Antonio is 2 hours north and Austin is 3 hours north. Habitat: The Beuno Dias is comprised of roughly 60% open motted quail country while the remaining 40% is heavier mixed brush suitable for deer cover. The layout of the brush and pastureland is very suitable for having both quality deer and quail hunting. There are a number of high-quality brush species on the ranch including but not limited to guayacon, blackbrush, granjeno, lime prickly ash and hog plumb. The dominant grass species across the ranch is Buffelgrass providing great nesting and ground cover for quail. The healthy stand could also support a decent cattle herd if that was the desire of the new owner. Water: The ranch is watered by a centrally located windmill with a concrete trough at the cattle pens. There is also 1 tank in the center of the property providing water to cattle and wildlife. Electricity: There is electricity located on the property Other: The ranch is broken into 5 pastures with a set of working pens. Minerals: This is a surface-only sale but there is not an Oil and Gas lease and no production on the ranch.
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Contact for Price  •  389 acres
389 ± Acres Located in the famed “Golden Triangle” of South Texas Frontage on FM 190 & FM 1910 728± sq/ft Modular home High fenced Rural water & electricity 4 Tanks & miles of wet-weather creek Well-managed Whitetail bucks in the 180” class Numerous hunting blinds & feeders
$1,795,000  •  362 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 362± Water: 9 Ponds, Creek, Community Water County: Milam Nearest City: Buckholts Distance: Minutes Features: 9 Ponds Lipan Creek Electricity Community Water Rustic Homestead Native Deer, Hogs, Dove, Ducks Four Pastures Many Food Plots Fenced and Cross Fenced Giant Trees Paved Access Caliche Road System
$3,500,000  •  327 acres
Under Contract
The historic Lakes of Danbury is perhaps the finest private bass fishery in the entire State. For years the property was managed as a private fishing club with hundreds of notable members including many Houston athletes from the Astros and Oilers. It was turned into a private ranch and has been managed as an amazing fishery and duck hunting property for the current owners. This property could remain as a private ranch, but also has tremendous potential to be a viable business property with a great stream of income for the right buyers. Location: The gate entrance is approximately one mile from the town of Danbury on County Road 602. It is also located about 45 miles from downtown Houston. Habitat: Lakes of Danbury is dominated by large fishing lakes and duck hunting ponds. The crown jewel of the property is a 126 acre bass fishing lake historically known to be one of the premier private bass fisheries in the State. There are also four smaller bass fishing lakes that are between 20 acres and 28 acres each. In addition, there are three ponds that have been developed into duck hunting ponds that range from 10 acres to 17 acres. There are also multiple small ponds utilized as fishing ponds and ponds to raise forage to feed to the bass lakes. Surrounding the lakes are stands of Live Oaks, Cypress and Elms. Wildlife: The bass fishing lakes are all stocked with largemouth bass with Florida strains running throughout the lakes. They are also stocked with copper nose bluegill, redear sunfish and crappie. Each lake is designed and managed to create different fisheries, with some having lots of fish for easy fishing for kids and others being managed for a trophy fishery. The duck hunting ponds can be managed to dry in the summer to grow grasses that attract ducks and the water levels can be managed. This brings in a myriad of waterfowl in the winter. This area is generally known as excellent duck hunting with multiple duck hunting properties in the area. Other wildlife includes occasional deer and hogs, good dove hunting, great alligator hunting and lots of amazing water birds including eagles and Ospreys. Improvements: There is a main lodge centrally located that was built in 2015. It is 6,000 s.f. with two downstairs bedrooms and three bedrooms upstairs. Each bedroom has a private bathroom. There is a large open kitchen combined with the living room with high ceilings and granite top counters. The lodge is fully stocked with furniture and also includes a large mud room, office and great garage attached to the building. Two of the upstairs bedrooms have outdoor patios overlooking the lakes. Not only is this lodge an excellent home place for a family, it was also designed to be an excellent housing place if the property is turned back into a club. For additional sleeping quarters, there is a 900 s.f. log cabin with two bedrooms and small living area with kitchen. This cabin sits on one of the small fishing lakes designed for kids to be able to fish from shore. There is also a stand-alone restroom facility, six RV hookups, several pole barns for equipment storage, a covered boat house with six boat slots on main lake, covered fish holding vats, multiple docks and landscaping and water systems. Equipment: Equipment includes tractors, shredders, tools, riding mowers, boats w/ trolling motors and much more. Water One of the outstanding features of the Lakes of Danbury are the outstanding riparian water rights for pumping out of Austin Bayou. There are over 622 acre feet of deeded water rights per year, and there are two newly designed pump stations with diesel pumps set up to accomplish this. It is virtually impossible to gain these type of water rights in Texas anymore and they are very valuable. Austin Bayou is the eastern boundary of the property, and there is over 1.5 miles of frontage on the bayou. This bayou runs year-round and runs into Bastrop Bay downstream from Lakes of Danbury. There is a new water well for the lodge and entertainment areas centrally located between the lakes. Electricity: Electricity is found throughout the property, including access to the fishing lakes to allow for keeping trolling motors charged. Minerals: None available and there is no production. Other: There are few recreational properties that have the potential for income that can compare to the Lakes of Danbury. The vaunted name still carries a real cachet in the sporting world around the country, and the right buyer can take advantage of its historic potential.
$5,500,000  •  300 acres
T-4 Ranch T-4 Ranch is uniquely situated in one of the most beautiful locations in all of Upshur County. The ranch offers a rare combination of recreational enjoyment, superb cattle grazing, and hunting opportunities. Situated on 300 +/- acres of prolific land, the T-4 Ranch provides a weekend oasis that includes fantastic recreational waters, dynamic elevated views, and ideal proximity to several major cities. The majority of the improvements are approximately twelve years old, or less, and still in amazing condition. Everything has been meticulously designed and cared for. The physical enhancements to the land are well thought out and contribute to both the functionality and beauty of the ranch. This property truly offers something for every ranch seeker. The T-4 Ranch is being offered turnkey with a significant number of furnishings, equipment, vehicles, and an experienced ranch employee. Location The property is two hours or less east of Dallas and fifty minutes north of Tyler in Western Upshur County, near the border of Wood County. The property is located in the Rhonesboro Community, west of the town of Gilmer. Fox Steven Field, Gilmer Municipal Airport has a 4,000-foot run-way and is 13 miles from the gate of the ranch. Tyler Pounds Regional Airport is located 47 miles from the ranch gate and offers both commercial and private options. The ranch entrance is on the northside of State Highway 154. The property also has frontage/access to Raintree Lakes Circle, Holstein Road, Jersey Road, and Groundhog Road Habitat & Topography The ranch offers a variety of mixed-use habitats, within the Piney Woods Ecoregion, including a blend of open pasture, pines, hardwoods, and floodplains. 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 hardwoods and scattered pine trees. Extensive improvements have been made to the environment around the residences and in other areas of the ranch. The soils primarily consist of Cuthbert fine sandy loam, Darco fine sand, Bowie fine sandy loam, Kirvin gravelly fine sandy loam, Lilbert loamy fine sand, and Sacul fine sandy loam. Elevation varies from approximately 400' along Beck Branch to approximately 540' along State Highway 154. 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 150 - 250 head. The cattle working facilities are some of the nicest pens you will find in all of East Texas. The cattle facility gives the owner the ability to work cattle with very limited help while also minimizing the stress placed on the animals. The property has great perimeter fencing, custom metal gates, and cross fencing all in place. The barn and storage facilities are likely as nice as you will find in Upshur County. Water is plentiful via stock tanks, well irrigation, creeks, and ponds. *Livestock is not included in the sale. Wildlife, Hunting The T-4 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 lake, ponds, and Beck Branch. The thick wooded corridors throughout the ranch provide plentiful cover and sanctuary areas for wildlife to thrive. Water, Fishing Both surface and subsurface waters are abundant throughout the T-4 Ranch. The main bodies of surface water include a 17 +/- acre lake, 2 +/- acre pond, 3.5 +/- acre pond, a live surface spring, and Beck Branch. The lake includes multiple fishing piers, two fishing bridges, and a two-bay boat stall with electricity and water. There are two water wells located on the property, one well services the main residence and the guest home. The other well is located near the cattle working facility. The 17 +/- acre lake located on the property is 35-40 ft. at its deepest point making it one of the deepest private bodies of water in the area. The large 17 +/- acre lake has amazing fishing and regularly produces largemouth bass between 8 -10 pounds. The lake record is 14 pounds! The 2 +/- acre pond also presents amazing fishing opportunities as well as maintains a full level even during a drought due to the live spring and the 2-inch waterline pump. The 3.5 +/- acre pond also has the ability to be filled during droughts with the use of a direct waterline. Homes Main Residence This beautifully designed 7,708 sqft home sits on the side of a hill overlooking gorgeous views from one of the highest hills in the area. Constructed in 2008, this 5-bedroom, 5-full bath, and 2-half bath masterpiece is surrounded by peaceful tranquility. The home is built on a reinforced engineered slab and has a 2x6 interior and exterior frame with some steel framing as well. The home includes an additional 2,674 sqft of porches on both the front and back of the house. The residence also has a 980 sqft detached 3-car garage with a 536 sqft walk-way attaching the garage to the home. The home has beautiful 8-foot tall, 3-point doors and large windows which flood the rooms with natural light. The grand fireplace is built with true Austin stone, and all of the window and door trim is built using lumber cut off of the ranch. The home also has an executive office space, game room, fireproof safe room, 3 septic systems, 6-inch foam insulation, 3 ac. of inground sprinkler system, natural gas provided by a 3/4 mile gas line and 5 HVAC units. The exterior of the home has been newly repainted (brushed by hand). Lake House This 4 bedroom and 3 bath home is situated adjacent to the 17 +/- acre lake and was utilized as the owners' home before the main home was built. The home recently had a new roof and windows installed. Located adjacent to the home is a 50 ft x 30 ft pavilion with extensive concrete sidewalks and driveways. There is also a bulkhead running the length of the yard along the lake. The yard also irrigated by sprinkler using water from the adjacent lake. Guest House The home can be accessed by ranch road or Raintree Lakes Circle on the southern end of the property. This well-built 1,800 sqft home has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The home was built in the 1970's but has recently been remodeled. The home has a large porch that wraps around three sides of the home, pipe fencing, dual water connections and two live springs feeding into the pond. The home also has a two car carport with a covered walk-way that crosses a live spring. Foreman's Home This home was recently redone and has a new metal roof. The home is 1,200 sqft with 2 bedrooms/1 bath and a laundry room. The home is improved with a two-car carport, dual water connection and a large front porch. The property has frontage along Raintree Lake Circle. The home is fenced one all sides with welded pipe fencing and five strand barbed wire. Rent Home The home is 2,452 sqft with 4 bedrooms/2 bath. The home has a block foundation and wood frame. This home was recently redone with new windows, doors, vinyl siding, and metal roof. The sheet rock and flooring in the interior of the house has recently been redone. The home is cooled and heated by central heating and air and is also outfitted with a place for a wood burning stove. The home has a large front porch and is fenced on all sides. There is also a small fenced in backyard perfect for small animals. Brick Home The home is 3 bedrooms/2 bath with a slab foundation and wood frame. This home was recently redone with a metal roof and covered back patio. The home is cooled and heated by central heating. There is also a shed with a concrete foundation located behind the home as well as a small storage shed with a two car carport. Other Structures Outdoor Kitchen - This fabulously designed covered structure serves as both a cook shack and gathering area. It is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances/fixtures including a grill/smoker, sink, granite countertops, oven/stove and a fire pit plumbed for gas. The building has a concrete foundation, metal roof, Austin stone throughout and a half bathroom. Climate Storage- This building is a 1,500 sqft steel frame storage building on a slab. The building is insulated and has the ability to be heated and cooled. The building has a slab foundation, metal frame, and metal roof/siding. Three-Sided Shed - This structure is 30' x 15' (450 sqft.) has a gravel foundation, steel frame, metal siding, and metal roofing. Three-Sided Shed w/Power/Water - This structure is 60' x 30' (1,800 sqft.) has a gravel foundation, steel frame, metal siding, and metal roofing. Auto Barn - This is an enclosed climate controlled and insulated building that is 4,420 sqft. The building has an office space, half bath, and a storage unit. The building has a slab foundation, metal frame, and metal roofing/siding. Hay Barn - This metal structure is utilized as a hay barn and can hold approximately 800 round bales. This structure is 5,400 +/- sqft, 20 ft tall, and has electricity. Covered Pens - The working pens are some of the best pens you will find in all of East Texas. The pens are covered by a large metal frame and metal roof. The pens were custom built and designed to allow for the working of a large number of cows with a limited number of people. Boat House - The structure is constructed with a steel pipe frame, expanded metal flooring, covered walkway, dock area, two stall boat slip, electrical and water. Boat house (New Lake) - The structure is constructed with a steel pipe frame, expanded metal flooring, covered walkway, dock area, one stall boat slip, electrical and water. The boat house is located adjacent to a walkway that crosses the lake and has a gazebo in the middle. Tractor shed- This structure is 30' x 60' (1,800 sqft.) has a 6-inch concrete foundation, steel frame, metal siding, metal roofing w/ insulation, electricity, and water access. The structure has 3 bays with overhead doors, work bench area, air compressor and wielding setup perfect for equipment maintenance. Storage shed - The structure is constructed with an I-beam/4-inch steel pipe frame, metal roof, concrete foundation, and electricity. Trailer shed- The structure is constructed with an I-beam/4-inch steel pipe frame, metal roof and dirt foundation. Additional Improvements Professional landscaping and lighting Electric metal gated entrance Explosion Proof Fuel tanks Soilcrete and blacktop roads Video monitored security system throughout the ranch 1000 - gallon propane tank Peach Orchard / Garden; Irrigated by drip irrigation 45 KW generator (Powered by Natural Gas) - Services the water well, house and front gate Taxes The property is under an agricultural tax exemption program. Other A large inventory of furnishings and equipment are included with a qualifying offer. Contact agent for further details. Minerals Contact agent for further details. Please contact Kade Johnston for further information - kade@ - 318-331-3381
$2,495,000  •  260 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 2,60± Water: 14± Acre Lake, 4 Wells, Pond, Springs County: Guadalupe Nearest City: Seguin Distance: Minutes Features: 14± Acre Stocked Lake 3BR/3BA/Office House Income Producing Pecan Trees Cattle Pens 7 Pastures Historic Cabin Lots of Arrowheads!