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$39,500,000  •  32,000 acres
$59,200,000 • Under Contract
The historic Circle Ranch located high in the Diablo Mountains of far-West Texas has had only three owners since Obadiah Bounds pioneered the ranch in 1879. He ran the O brand, giving rise to the ranch’s name. The ranch is located in Hudspeth and Culberson Counties, just 11 miles northwest of Van Horn, a 30-minute drive from the ranch south gate to its 6,000-foot jet-accessible airport, hospital, and town conveniences. El Paso, just 100 miles to the west, is a thriving major regional city with an international airport offering one-stop convenience virtually anywhere, domestic and worldwide. The fortress rim of the Diablos acts as a natural barrier for protection and creates a wilderness world unto itself.DescriptionCircle Ranch is as unique as it gets, with four distinct geographic regions or habitat providences combined into one ownership. Chihuahuan Desert, Mountain Canyonlands, High Grasslands, and Rolling Pine Highlands are balanced equally in acreage, providing for a diversity of habitats, plants, animals, and natural beauty. Mountain vistas are found throughout the ranch; as scenic as any part of the Big Bend, with clear views of Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas (8,750 feet). Circle Ranch is the ‘heart’ of the Sierra Diablo Mountains and contains its highest peak – Diablo Peak (6,500 feet). The western escarpments overlook Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin 600,000-acre property. The area views are nothing short of stunning. The Circle’s owners’ management efforts have been dedicated for the past 17 years to improving range condition, habitat, and infrastructure. There is a road network, much of it milled for easy traveling throughout the ranch, and an extensive new water system that supports more than 200 watering stations. Subsoiling efforts on more than 8,000 acres and erosion control measures are designed within a holistic management philosophy, and have created healthier soil, more rainfall retention, better grassland cover, and more forage for wildlife and livestock. Livestock has been an essential tool in achieving the restoration goals and the ranch has an extensive pasture system for rotating cattle in a planned grazing system. The improvements are just as impressive as the landscape, located within a protected, sweeping valley with steep slope monument mountains, scattered all around a central headquarters complex. This is a family working and adventure ranch designed as a hacienda with interconnecting walls and buildings, creating a beautifully landscaped complex of houses, buildings, barns, patios, gardens, and lawns all under a forest of evergreen and deciduous trees on a drip irrigation system. The ranch, with its improvements, is immaculately maintained by an impressive local staff and is ready day-one for entertainment or quiet family enjoyment.Improvements Housing Main house:4-BR, 2-B, dining, living, kitchen, office, gun area, features oak floorsa full porch overlooks the Sierra Diablos.Constructed with rock quarried on the ranch.Large basement includes laundry, work benches, freezer, gun safe, food and wine storage, mouse-resistant clothes storageCommander’s quarters (CQ):Private walled garden and home.CQ is an exact replica of an Historic Fort Davis officer’s house.Bedroom and sitting room are connected by 25′ foyer/bar/coat room with gun closets, gun safe.2-baths,14’ ceilings, oak floorsSchool house:1BR with bunks1 bathGuest house1-BR, 1-LR, 1-B,full porch and enclosed garden front and rearAll houses are fully air conditioned and heatedAll baths are new or updatedAutomatic propane-powered electric back-up generator system able to run the entire HQ compound with all systems operating – summer or winterAutomatic sprinkler systemsProfessionally designed gardens300 transplanted treesTwo mechanically renovated walk-in cool roomsSmall weather station connecting to cellphones by an app for remote viewing.BarnVernacular Far West Texas historic structure, built for a working ranchCovered stallsTack roomFeed RoomWorkshop and benchesRetrofitted with rollup end doorsWinches for game butchering and/or vehicle servicingHorse breaking circleAdjacent horse pensMultiple water troughsDog runsFilled with 90-years of ranching paraphernaliaRifle Range 1,500-meter monumented rifle and pistol range with reactive steel targets and static target boards 25-yard pistol with steel targets 500-meter NRA match compliant silhouettes4-skeet trapsStorage area for targets, spotting scopes, shooting bagsCovered shooting positions with lounging, cooking, viewing areasThis is a military-grade range designed by Army and Marine long-distance rifle instructors and snipersHabitatThe Diablo Mountains are truly a high desert “Sky Island” with cool summers and monsoon rains. It is a range of mountains bridging the Guadalupe Mountains to the north with the Eagles, Van Horn, Sierra Viejas, Chinatis to the south and beyond into Mexico. These Mountain Islands are providing extremely important functions as a habitat island, with intermountain ridge lines and valleys serving as corridors for wildlife migration, especially between Texas and Mexico along the Rio Grande.Numerous bird species that are normally associated with the Rocky Mountains and/or Mexican Highlands are known to occur within this island of montane habitat. Hummingbirds, neotropical songbirds, eagles, hawks, and many more creates a year-round birding paradise.The climate and soils support a mix of desert and mountain vegetation from scrublands to grasslands, to pinon/juniper and oaks uplands. Grasses include Sideoats, Blue, Black, Hairy, and Chino grama as well as Cane Bluestem, Green Sprangle-Top, Tobosa, and many others. Along the canyon floors, and especially on the north facing hillside slopes, there are Piñon Pine, Juniper, daggers, and oaks.A variety of flowering plants and cacti provide habitat for migrating and resident birds, bats, and butterflies. The four distinct habitat providences on the ranch created by elevation, slope, topography, soils, and vegetation provides a diversity rarely found anywhere in Texas. Quail hunting in the Desert, Big Horn Sheep in the Mountain Canyonlands, Elk and Deer in the Rolling Pine Highlands, and Pronghorn in the High Grasslands. Circle Ranch has it all!WildlifeThe Circle Ranch, with its combination of geographic regional habitats, provides for the perfect location to manage and enjoy a variety for game and non-game species. Blue Quail hunting is second to none, as is the Desert Mule Deer, Elk, Big Horn Sheep, and Pronghorn. The ranch has a Level III Managed Land Deer Permit, providing for an extended season for Mule Deer and the opportunity for better management of the herd. Water distribution and road access, combined with excellent range condition and habitat provides for some of the best hunting in the state. Add the jaw-dropping mountain vistas, Circle stands alone. This area features all large ranch neighbors with low fences, including the Diablo Mountain Wildlife Management Area with a common focus of improving wildlife resources.Free-ranging game speciesDesert Bighorn Sheep (sheep permits received in 16 of the last 18 years).Desert Mule DeerPronghornElkAoudadCollared Peccary (Javelina)Scaled (Blue) QuailGamble’s QuailMearns Quail (Texas’ season is closed)Whitewing DoveMourning DoveCollared DoveTransient ducks in small numbersNon-game species and rescue animalsWild BurrosAlpacas & LlamasLonghornPrairie Dogs (6-Dog Towns)Predators (not hunted, seemingly in healthy balance)Mountain LionBobcatsCoyotesFerretsFoxesBadgersChupacabra (alleged)Birds of interestTransient waterfowl including ducks, curlew, seagullsMany songbirdsGolden Eagles (many pairs nest in the ranch’s cliffs)Great Horned OwlsMany other raptorsHummingbirdsMigratory Swallows (hundreds nest at HQ)also Mexican Freetail Bats (the Carlsbad bat populations feed and roost on and around the ranch)WaterWater on the Circle Ranch comes from a perched aquifer of shallow abundant sweet water. Most wells are only 60 feet deep with one well being 1,200 feet deep. Seven of the wells have electricity from Rio Grande Electric with submersible pumps and two are solar. Widespread electricity over the ranch provides opportunities to pump water to high, elevated storage where it gravity feeds to the more than 200 water troughs.50 storage structures1-40,000-gallon tank doubles as swimming pool: very beautiful site and very cold water200 plus waterers15-miles of quail lines in desert, north and Rock Water Hole pastures 60-miles (estimated) pipeline10-wells in service plus 1-well awaiting recompletion.Sources of incomeCattleBighorn PermitsDeer HuntsPronghorn HuntsNRCS Subsoil ContractsFuture Radio Tower LeasesGrass InsuranceMineralsMinerals Conveyed minerals are significantAlmost all 50 sections are Mineral Classified, Free Reserve or FeeOther Significant FeaturesIndian Cave “Most important cave dwelling in far-West Texas” according to Dr. Bob Malouf, former Chairman of Anthropology at Sul Ross State University.80 x 80 x head-high caveThe excavation is entirely under ranch control and currently suspended.It will require decades to complete.Recipient of National Geographic grants.Over 40 years, the excavation has produced extensive Pleistocene artifacts including 5 radio carbon charcoal dates (Arizona State University) that appear to predate earliest presumed human presence in North America by 25,000 years.Other artifactsSeveral unexplored caves.Many Native American campsites with grind holes and fire remains.Cornucopia Silver Mine shaftUS Geological Survey markersBurch Carson inscription – Carson was a renowned Bighorn Sheep Inspector who explored Circle’s mountains 70-years ago.Access and Area AmenitiesDriving accessCircle Ranch has easy access compared to most far-West Texas ranches6-miles north of IH10 on a county-maintained gravel road.Accessible from north via Sierra BlancaExit # 129, Allamoore is at American Talc which is clearly visible to first time arrivals at all times of day and brightly lit at nightFuel and mechanical services are available at Sierra Blanca 20-miles west, and Van Horn 11-miles east.Driving times from Exit 129: El Paso 1:30; Marfa 1:30, Midland 2:40; Santa Fe 6:00, San Antonio 6:15From Allamoore Exit 129, there is no stoplight or stop sign west to Santa Monica or east to JacksonvilleCommercial aircraft accessOnly 100-miles from El Paso, Circle ranch has unique accessibility compared to other West Texas ranchesHQ is less than two hours from El Paso International AirportEl Paso International Airport is served by Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Express Nonstop service to and from Las Vegas, Oakland, San Diego, Orlando, Dallas-Fort Worth, Dallas-Love, Chicago-O’Hare, Los Angeles, Phoenix-Sky Harbor, Atlanta, Denver, Austin, Houston-Hobby, Houston-Intercontinental, San Antonio200 miles from Midland International AirportPrivate aircraft accessSouth gate is 30-minutes from the Culberson County Airport in Van Horn.6,000-foot main runway5,600-foot cross-wind landing stripsADF and GPS approachesSells low-lead and Jet-A fuelCan take a loaded C-130; G-4’s and G-5’sAny aircraft can land at Van Horn without violating insurance provisions, allowing use of time-shared airplanesVan Horn has good, abundant (1,200) hotel rooms for pilotsNearby town of Van HornA small town with pharmacy, schools, hardware, grocery, auto parts, Dollar General, and other amenitiesCircle Ranch owns a nice Foreman’s House and adjacent vacant lot in Van Horn’s best subdivision, across from the Van Horn Hospital.Van Horn Hospital, has a good emergency room and helipad; Bezos’s organization has upgraded this facility.Nearby ParksCarlsbad CavernsGuadalupe National ParkHistoric Fort DavisBig Bend National ParkBig Bend Ranch State ParkStaffThe ranch has one of the best ranch staff teams in West Texas with a long history of operating and caring for this amazing ranch and its owners. Cooking, cleaning, gardening, equipment driving, guiding, water system management, dirt work, and cowboying, all under the guidance of an excellent foreman. It’s a family of workers dedicated to making any owners use of the ranch seamless and enjoyable.The Ranch is offered with all the operational equipment, tools, equipment, vehicles, and livestock.
$10,000,000  •  6,867 acres
Mahogany Butte Ranch is 6867 acres with miles of Mill Creek running through property & bordering the Ochoco National Forest. The beautiful main home features: 4010 sf, 4 bed, 3 bath, custom finishes, stone fireplace, gourmet kitchen, open floorplan, saltwater swimming pool overlooking the Mill Creek Valley. Ranch: 371.6 acres irrigation, 2 additional homes, barn, shop, hay barns, corrals, seasonal springs & creeks, pine forests, LOP tags, road system, abundant wildlife, a private setting, 1 hour from Bend.
$15,000,000  •  5,500 acres
Crescent Creek contains 5,500± acres of beautiful timberland, meadows and riparian areas located near the resort town of Bend, Oregon. Rolling, heavily treed topography with elevated buttes and ridges provide stunning views of the snow capped Cascade Mountains. In addition, lush, alpine stream corridors and meadows line 4.4+/- miles of Crescent Creek which flows through the property creating a private rainbow and brown trout fishery. The scenery, with its unique combination of timber, trout water and views is its outstanding and remarkable resource. Timber stands of fir, pine and spruce provide income from a sustainable harvest. The property is also currently entitled as Crescent Creek Resort, a golf development approved for 1965 residential and 785 overnight units. Preliminary plat has recently been extended for 5 years. The substantial water rights secured for the development are also available creating a unique conservation easement or limited development opportunity. Elk and a variety of other birds and wildlife utilize Crescent Creek throughout the year. The property borders the renowned the Diamond Lake, Davis Lake and Wickiup Reservoir region of the Deschutes National Forest. There are no structural improvements on the property except for excellent highway accesses via Crescent Cutoff Road and a well-established and maintained interior road system. Rarely does such a unique large parcel of timberland with significant water resources and recreational opportunities come available. $17,950,000. Contact Jim Toth.
$22,082,900  •  4,416 acres
4,416.58 ACRE BRAZOS RIVER RANCH SE Possum Kingdom area, Palo Pinto, Texas LOCATION: Approximately 1.5 hours west of Fort Worth and 15 minutes northwest of Palo Pinto. Directions – From Palo Pinto go north on FM 4 for approximately 6 miles then west / left onto Fortune Bend Road for 7 miles. From Graford go west 1.5 miles, then south on FM 4 for 4.2 miles then west/right onto graveled Fortune Bend Road for 7 miles to the center of the property. TERRAIN: Native rolling land, river bottom, sloping hillsides, and scenic limestone hills with spectacular views. Scattered to thick game cover includes elm, cedar, mesquite, live oak, pecan, and other native varieties. Cultivation fields for planting game food plots or coastal bermuda for cattle or hay production. IMPROVEMENTS: A beautiful 3 bedroom 3 bath lodge. 4,346 gross sq. ft. with 2,376 sq. ft. of living area. Exterior - Douglass Fir beams, ruff sawed plywood, AP panel roof, Living room with vaulted ceilings of 9-13 feet. All cabinets are of barn wood, countertops are sheet metal, barn wood and plaster walls, and slate floors. Master bath with sauna. 2 kitchens. One screened in and treated porches. Covered arport. Built in August of 2005. The lodge is near (easy walking distance) the Brazos river. A small horse shed for horses. WATER: The 2,303 acre South Brazos River / Fortune Bend property lays in the tear drop of the Brazos River called Fortune Bend with approximately 45,000 feet or 8.5 total miles of Brazos River frontage. This is some of the most scenic parts of the Brazos River in north Texas south of Possum Kingdom dam. The river varies from deep to shallow rapids and is mostly wide with some small islands along the way. Ioni creek enters the Brazos river at the most southern tip of Fortune Bend. The North Brazos River / Dark Valley property is roughly 2,112 acres with approximately ¾ mile of Brazos River frontage and includes the “Swimming Hole.” Four water wells, but not all are active. MINERALS: All the minerals owned will be conveyed and believed to be approximately 1,305 net mineral acres or 29.58%. WATER RIGHTS: South Brazos River / Fortune Bend 2,303.678 acres - 200 acre feet of water rights and 50 acre feet of impoundment rights. North Brazos River & Dark Valley 2,122.91 acres – 50 acre feet of water rights and 50 acre feet of impoundment rights. COMMENTS: An extremely unique property, very scenic and private, prime native hunting, and awesome river fishing. A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY!! PRICE: $6,500.00 per acre REDUCED to $5,000.00 per acre for all 4,416.58 acres or $5,750.00 per acre REDUCED to $4,500.00 per acre for the 2,112.91 acre North Brazos River / Dark Valley property. ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE. SELLER CAN RECEIVE AND ACCEPT BACKUP CONTRACTS.
$1,149,390  •  3,870 acres
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3,870 acre historic cattle ranch near the entrance of spectacular Big Bend National Park located 30 miles south of Marathon, Texas. The property has frontage on State Hwy 385 that leads into the Park. Supplying water to the ranch is Maravillas Creek, a wet weather creek that runs just under the surface during dry times. Located along the creek is a good producing water well powered by electricity that provides water to ranch pastures by gravity flow. Surrounded by large ranches this property has been carefully wildlife managed over the years resulting in high quality mule deer hunting. Views from Rincon Ranch extend to Big Bend National Park, Black Gap Wildlife Management Area, the southern tip of the Rockies and distant mountains in Mexico. This good cattle ranch has much to offer with outstanding hunting, 360 degree scenic views, spectacular sunrises and sunsets, easy access and good water. All owned mineral rights will convey. Contact Happy Broussard
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$2,254,000
3220 +/- acres for sale. Approx. 35 miles South of Alpine TX on Hwy 118. Terrain varies from hilly with deep brushy draws to level on the south end. New power lines are being run thru the ranch, and will connect to a new well tested at 35 to 40 GPM. 20,000 gallon metal reservoir for plenty of water storage. Mile of poly lines on the ranch provide good water coverage. Several dirt tanks with many good places to add more. Elevations run around 4100'. Just down the road from the Elephant Mountain Wildlife Management area, and offers great views of the surrounding mountains including Kokernot Mesa, Santiago Peak, 9 Point Mesa and the Chisos mountains in Big Bend National Park. 35 minutes from Alpine, approx. 1 hour from Big Bend National Park, 1.5 hours from Big Bend Ranch State Park. Wildlife found on the ranch include Desert Mule Deer, Javelina, Blue Quail and the occasional Elk. There is also 2646 acres with Calamity Creek running thru it that can also be purchased. That would combine for a total of approx. 5866 contiguous acres. East Rim Ranch also has some smaller tracts on the north end ranging from 80 acres and up. Pricing starts at $700/acre, each tract will have a dedicated easement, power at the edges. Some deed restrictions apply to these smaller tracts.
$4,200,000  •  2,200 acres
Timmerman Land and Cattle CompanyOnce part of the famous Kittredge Ranch in southern Oregon, Timmerman Land and Cattle Company (TLCC) is an impressive operating and recreation property that features 2,200± contiguous, deeded acres and over two-and-a-half miles of the spring-fed upper Williamson River.  Surface and groundwater rights covering approximately 1,500 acres, along with extensive stream frontage, make this among the best-watered ranches available in the region.  The property encompasses a series of large irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures flanked by pine-forested uplands and shares a lengthy boundary with the Winema National Forest and Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge.  A full set of residential and agricultural improvements reside on a timbered hillside overlooking the ranch and include a remodeled brick owner’s residence, a remodeled guest house, manager’s home, bunkhouse, storage sheds, shop building, and steel pipe working corrals with cattle scale. As with many ranches in this area, TLCC is run primarily as a yearling operation and has typically accommodated up to 1,500 calves from May until the beginning of September depending on moisture and market conditions.  The majority of the ranch is covered by gravity-fed, surface irrigation from the river.  Approximately 200 acres are irrigated by a well and center pivot. The upper Williamson is famous for its native redband trout, and fishing on the ranch can produce large trout in the 20-inch class. Brook and brown trout also call the river home.  Dry fly fishing is best in spring and early summer during the annual “black drake” mayfly hatch when trout feed aggressively on the surface. Waterfowl hunting on the ranch and the adjoining national wildlife refuge can be excellent depending on water levels in the fall.  Elk, mule deer, and antelope are also found on the ranch. The town of Chiloquin, 40 miles southwest of the property, provides the nearest commercial services, while the popular city of Bend and its commercial airport are located 100 miles to the north.  Chiloquin is also home to a Chiloquin State Airport with a 3,749-foot runway.The Facts:2,200± contiguous, deeded acres Highly productive summer pasture ranch with outstanding recreational values and water resourcesLocated in a secluded setting with gentle topography and excellent sceneryOver 2.5 miles of the upper Williamson River supporting a vibrant wild trout fisheryAccommodates 1,500± yearlings during summer months based on moisture and market conditionsSurface and center pivot irrigation for approximately 1,500 acresComplete set of residential and ranch improvements, including a comfortable, remodeled owner’s home with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathroomsYear-round access on paved roads Within easy driving distance to Bend and its commercial airport and less than an hour to Crater Lake National ParkHome to elk, mule deer, antelope, and waterfowlAbundant opportunities for habitat development and enhancementNo conservation easementElevation approximately 4,500 ft.Annual property taxes approximately $5,870    
$7,000,000  •  1,600 acres
Experience the serene, natural beauty of East Texas at the Scrappin' Valley Wildlife Recreation Center. Situated on 1,600+/- acres of woodland & timber, the Scrappin' Valley preserves the rustic feeling that is true to the region, yet is refined with many of todays modern amenities. Todays sportsman can take full advantage of a hunting and recreational retreat from an individual or corporate level.Scrappin' Valleys history has been rich in conservation management and corporate experiences. For conservation groups, recreation meets responsible forest management standards, where recreation and responsible forest management coexist. Scrappin' Valley has been a working forest providing fiber for wood and paper products, while also serving as a sanctuary for endangered species, and thriving habitat for native Texas wildlife. Approximately, $2.8 million worth of merchantable timber value is located on this property, allowing for both on-going operations and future investment.Outdoor activities abound at Scrappin' Valley, including trap and sporting clay ranges, as well as rifle and pistol ranges. Hunting and fishing enthusiasts will appreciate all that Scrappin' Valley has to offer. Home to one of the best managed whitetail deer herds in the state, the property has been upgraded with high-game fencing. Quail and wild turkey hunts are also popular in season, while feral hogs may be hunted year round. Quality fishing and rock-skipping can be taken advantage of stepping right outside the lodge to your fully-stocked, six-acre lake.Whether for recreation or corporate use, take advantage of the abundance of amenities and first-class atmosphere of the premier lodge. Featuring a limestone fireplace, walls of loblolly pine, and floors of reclaimed sinker logs from the Sabine and Neches Rivers, guests can relax in the main lobby and enjoy the picturesque views overlooking the lake and forest, or retreat to one of the 19 double occupancy rooms, each featuring a private bath. The conference center is equipped with the latest audiovisual technology for your convenience. The facility offers flexible seating plans that can be customized to fit your needs. Options include theatre and conference style seating accomodating between 30-40 people. Multiple homes and staff quarters offer additional residential options in this already high-standard investment property.Location - Centrally located between Houston, Dallas, Austin & Shreveport - Jasper, Texas - Newton CountyService & Amenities -Private hunting opportunities include: white-tailed deer, hogs, wild & propagated quail, chukar, eastern turkey, wild small game and predators - Rifle/pistol range - 5-station trap range - 7-station (50 shot) sporting clays - Fully stocked, six-acre bass fishing lake - Corporate Event Facilities & Meeting Space - Conference Center with audio-visual capabilities - Seating options can accommodate 40 people theatre style layout, or 30-40 people in classroom-style layout Recreation & Activities - Game room that includes shuffleboard, pool table and poker table - Fire pit, horse shoe pit, washer pit - Regulation tennis court - Satellite television - Fishing opportunities on Toledo Bend &Sam Rayburn lakes available - Wildlife/nature tours - Golfing at nearby resorts, including Rayburn County - 1,600 acres with high-game fence - Sleeps up to 38 guests - 19 double-occupancy rooms with private baths Dining & Lounges - Dining available for up to 48 guests - Full bar .42233-12233
$6,227,112  •  1,431.52 acres
PROPERTY OVERVIEW: The K-Bar is a diverse combination ranch found in the southeastern portion of highly sought after Bosque County at the confluence of Cedar Creek and the Brazos River. Approximately 7 miles by way of paved FM Highways 56 and 2490 or 11.25 winding river miles south of Lake Whitney dam. The property is utilized for recreation and livestock, and offers scenic terrain with dramatic topography and big views, numerous potential building sites, hardwood forest, rolling native pastureland, and plentiful surface water sources. Primary features include quintessential Bosque County landscape consisting of unique geologic features, giant rock ledge shelter/over-hang, Brazos River access, seasonal Cedar Creek, multiple lakes, outstanding wildlife habitat, strong native pastures, and proper management practices in place. It’s especially rare in this area these days to find a ranch of this size and quality that hasn't been overly improved or that isn't encumbered with the structural improvements and tastes of a previous owner. We are honored to offer the K Bar Ranch "For Sale" and believe it represents an unparalleled opportunity to own a large sprawling legacy type ranch and have it your way. The makings of an exceptionally well rounded and fulfilling ranch investment.DIRECTIONS FROM DALLAS & FORT WORTH: Take Interstate 35 south to Hillsboro and Exit 370A for TX-579 Spur. Follow Spur 579 for 1 mile before merging and continuing on TX-81 S for another 2.2 miles to downtown Hillsboro and the court house square. Turn right and proceed west on TX-22 W for 20 miles crossing Lake Whitney Dam and continuing to the intersection of FM 56 S in Laguna Park. Turn left and proceed south on FM 56 for 3.7 miles to the intersection of FM 2490 S (aka Wortham Bend Road). Turn left and continue south on FM 2490 for 2.8 miles to the ranch entrance on the left.DIRECTIONS FROM WACO: Take FM 1637 (aka China Springs Road) north out of Waco for 4.5 miles to the intersection of FM 2490 N (aka Wortham Bend Road). Turn slightly right and proceed north along FM 2490 for 13.4 miles to the ranch entrance on the right.AREA HISTORY: Bosque, Spanish for "woods" describes this part of the Eastern Cross Timbers of North Central Texas perfectly. An Ecoregion recognized by a band of heavily wooded terrain that extends south from the Red River toward Waco, separating the Grand Prairies to the west and Blackland Prairies to the east. A noted landmark of early pioneers as this strip of dense timber posed difficult travel and offered the native Indians cover and seclusion. Bosque County was carved out of McLennan County and officially formed in the early 1850's as settlers moving west with the frontier found this "well watered" area to be fertile and the land inexpensive. The eastern boundary of the county meanders along the Brazos River and numerous river bends such as Kimball Bend, Smith’s Bend, and Wortham Bend along with wagon crossings such as Burk's Crossing and Spivey Crossing, where home to small settlements and trading posts. Spivey Crossing was located about a mile up the Brazos from where Cedar Creek feeds into the river (the southeast corner of K-Bar Ranch). At the turn of the 20th century these wooded hills and productive river bottoms were home to numerous farms and ranches and continues to be the main stay for land use in the area almost 120 years later.TERRAIN: Ranging in elevations from ~420' near the Brazos River at the southeast property corner to ~ 655' at the northwest property corner, a total of ~ 235' of overall elevation change occurs across the ranch. The land is marked by scenic plateaus, points, and ridges as they transition into valleys and draws along seasonal drainages and flowing streams. A rock rim lines the southeast part of the property and overlooks a deep canyon below where Cedar Creek has carved its way to the Brazos River over 1,000's of years, creating some of the most unique geologic features you will find anywhere. There are crystal clear pools where waterfalls seasonally spill off the top of the rim plunging into the limestone beneath and have over time weathered out multiple pools that stair step to the bottom, massive boulders that guard entry into river waterway, and the most significant and awe inspiring of all, a towering rock shelter overhang. It’s difficult to put into words the enormity of the natural cavern that has been created here where Cedar Creek makes its last bend before reaching the Brazos. We see these in the area occasionally, but not nearly to this magnitude as it easily spans over 100 yards (a football field) in length, is approximately 60' deep at its widest point, and from floor to ceiling measures roughly 4 stories in height. It is truly a site you must see to appreciate.TREE COVER & WILDLIFE HABITAT: Approximately 75% is heavily wooded with a strong collection of live oak, burr oak, red oak, post oak, elm, cottonwood, pecan, and hackberry hardwoods, along with brush and beneficial browse that include cedar, mesquite, sumac, red bud, cedar elm, elbowbush, bumelia, skunkbush, american beautyberry, and greenbriar. The remaining 25% is primarily open native grass pasture and additional areas that have recently been cleared for increased grazing and hunting purposes. Brush management efforts have been implemented on ~ 225 acres where cedar has been cleared and thinned along with manual underbrushing of dozens of century old live oaks across the ranch. There's also some mesquite country within the two northeast pastures where ~ 50 acres has been cleared and thinned. The diversity of vegetation, cover, reliable water sources, and natural travel corridors created by the landscape have all assembled to provide top-tier wildlife habitat.WILDLIFE & HUNTING: Looking for a superb low-fenced hunting ranch? Then look no further, K-Bar is set-up and has been managed to provide outstanding whitetail hunting along with Rio Grande turkey, varmint, hog, dove, and duck. The owner's maintain an MLDP Conservation Option allowing them to hunt September 29, 2018 - February 28, 2019. In connection with TPWD wildlife biologist recommendations, deer herd management efforts have included selective harvest, taking culls and does, allowing quality bucks to mature, and a year round feeding program which includes protein. Blinds and feeders are in place, and include 10 HB tower blinds, 10 corn feeders, and 4 protein feeders. Another great aspect of low-fenced ranches is that you never know what you may see as we recently spotted two buck red deer that appear to have taken up residence on the property. The owner also reports to periodically see a small herd of blackbuck antelope who've made themselves at home. Just goes to show that when you couple good wildlife habitat with proper management, you can attract and hold more trophy game.WATER FEATURES, FISHING, & BOATING: There are numerous seasonal/wet-weather creek drainages that feed across the property supplying water to 4 stock ponds and 2 lakes (~ 5 & 6 acres in size). Cedar Creek also runs across the southeast part of the property before entering the Brazos River at the southeast corner of the ranch.The stock ponds, lakes, and river could all provide excellent fishing opportunities and the avid angler will have plenty of options with the nearest Lake Whitney boat ramp only 10 minutes away. The river also offers kayaking and canoeing.FENCES, PASTURE MANAGEMENT, & CATTLE: The owners conservatively run an average of 50 head of cattle, generally increasing that number during the spring months. The pastures are maintained on a rotational mowing program to control weeds and promote the growth of native grasses. All perimeter and internal cross fencing is in excellent condition with just over 5,500' of newly constructed fence along FM 2490, and over 6,600' of newly constructed cross fence that divides the northeast pasture and connects to the set of pipe working pens. Numerous cattle guards and gates have also been put in place to aid in ranch travel and pasture rotation.ROAD FRONTAGE & INTERIOR ROADS: K-Bar Ranch offers multiple options for ranch access with just over 1.0 mile of frontage along FM Highway 2490 (aka Wortham Bend Road) and 3/4 mile of frontage along Bosque County Road No. 3625 with two existing "low-key" no frills ranch gate entrances currently in place. The highway frontage creates an excellent opportunity to construct a signature ranch entrance off of pavement if so desired. Some interior roads have been graded and creek crossings improved to create a superb network of interconnected ranch and pasture roads, providing unimpeded travel throughout the property and seemingly endless trails to ride.STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS: A 2,400 SF equipment barn was recently constructed in the northeast pasture. Aside from the barn, a metal staircase is in place and provides access off the top of the rock rimmed canyon and down to the large rock shelter over-hang, seasonal waterfalls and pools, Cedar Creek, and Brazos River access.MINERALS: Seller is believed to own a portion of the mineral rights and will convey all minerals in Seller's possession. There's no oil and gas activity or leases affecting the ranch.RIGHT-OF-WAYS: The property is clean and unencumbered by neighbor access easements, large electric transmission line easements, or pipeline easements.UTILITIES: Electricity is provided by Heart of Texas Electric Co-op.SCHOOL DISTRICT: Portions of the property are in both Clifton ISD and Valley Mills ISD.PROPERTY TAXES: The property is ag exempt and taxes for 2018 are estimated to be approximately $2,100.LOCATION & AREA ATTRACTIONS: The ranch is located 1 hour 30 minutes southwest of Dallas, 1 hour 20 minutes south of Fort Worth, and 30 minutes north of Waco. The towns of Clifton, Meridian, Whitney, and West are all within 25 miles of the property and are home to numerous annual events such as Fall Fest, National Championship Barbecue Cook-off, Pioneer Day, and West Fest just to name a few. Laguna Park near Lake Whitney Dam at 7 miles, is the closest stop for ice, fuel, and food.In 1947 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began construction of Lake Whitney Dam across the Brazos River and 4 years later the impoundment was complete. Today, Lake Whitney is known as one of the most scenic recreational lakes in the state of Texas, with deep clear water surrounded by limestone cliffs. The lake covers 23,500 surface acres and is a noted fishery for striped bass, largemouth bass, sand bass, crappie, and catfish. Other activities include recreational watercraft, skiing, swimming, scuba diving, and duck hunting in the fall and winter months.For Baylor University alumni and football fans, McLane Stadium is a short 30 minute drive from the ranch along with Waco and its charming small town atmosphere.AIRPORTS: Waco Regional Airport (ACT) is a full-service airport located 5+/- miles NW of Waco and 18+/- miles from the ranch. It is a Class 1 Airport averaging 98 aircraft per day with two (2) runways measuring 6,596' and 5,896'. Additionally, TSTC Waco Airport (CNW) is located 8+/- miles NE of Waco and 25.6+/- miles from the ranch. This airport averages 131 aircraft per day with two (2) runways measuring 8,600' and 6,291'.PRICE: $4,350 per acre ($6,227,112)CONTACTS: Bret Polk, 254-965-0349 mobileCash McWhorter, 469-222-4076 mobileBlake Hortenstine, 214-616-1305 mobile
$3,314,400  •  1,381 acres
Panther Rock Ranch is part of the historic Woodward Ranch and is comprised of 1,381 acres located on the banks of year-round Ash Creek on the east side of Highway 118 south of Alpine and has been visited by Big Bend travelers and rock hounds from all over the world. The ranch fronts on the east side of Highway 118 just 15 miles south of Alpine starting at the roadside picnic area and runs south for over a mile. Panther Rock Ranch is the gateway into the Big Bend Country with its over 1,000,000 acres of parks and public lands and is an hour’s drive north of Lajitas and Terlingua and their outdoor adventures and amenities. Cathedral Mountain (6,860 feet), one of the area's iconic peaks, towers over the ranch to the west and Elephant Mountain Wildlife Management Area is just to the south waiting to be explored. With elevations between 4,736 and 5,021 feet, at the ranch you are in one of the best year-round climates in the state and arguably the entire country.Acreage1,381 +/- acres in Brewster County. Description Famous for its unique red plume agate as well as black plume, golden plume, opal, and over 50 other kinds of agates and gemstones, the Woodward Ranch has a history of visitors who are rock collectors, nature lovers, hunters, hikers, birders, or just folks wanting to get away from it all. This eastern 1381 acre part of the original ranch has a main gate fronting on Highway 118 and beautiful Ash Creek cutting through the middle for over a mile creating lush meadows and two large mountains. This is high Chihuahuan Desert grasslands and riparian woodlands studded with interesting outcrops of rocks and large trees, creating a scenic wonderland. The ranch has an old building site with amazing views toward Elephant Mountain and down Calamity Creek and over to Cathedral Mountain towering over the landscape. There is a road network that circles the ranch crossing the Arizona Ash lined creek with adjacent meadows meandering around prominent hills with landscape views of area mountains. Panther Rock Ranch is surrounded by large ranches in stable ownerships with no threat of development. The perfect ranch neighborhood!!HabitatPanther Rock Ranch is dominated by mile-high grasslands of Cane Bluestem, Blue Gramma, and Sideoats Gramma with rhyolite palisades mountains studded with Juniper, Emory and Grey Oaks. Excellent grasses and Chihuahuan Desert plants provide habitat for the native animals, livestock and the people who live there. Ash Creek has numerous stands of large Emory Oaks, Cottonwoods, Arizona Ash, Desert Willow, and other riparian vegetation. This diversity of plants especially near and around the springs and riparian areas are unequaled in the Trans Pecos Region. This is historic ranching country and represents some of the best cow/calf range in West Texas. Wildlife Because of the diverse habitat with springs, creeks, boulders, trees, grasses, and mountains there is an abundance of game and non-game animals and wildlife on Panther Rock Ranch. This is big mule deer and whitetail deer country with lots of blue quail, mourning dove, and Rio Grande turkey, making this a hunter’s paradise. There are also smaller animal and bird species found here like javelina, fox, ringtail, mountain lion, hawks, hummingbirds, Montezuma quail, and a variety of neotropical songbirds. Native trees, brush, and grasses provide excellent habitat for these species and many native birds and other non-game animals. Wooded wet canyons and lush grasslands provide excellent habitat for migratory songbirds. Improvements The old home site just off Highway 118 is an excellent building area for the next owner. It has electricity and an older water well which, if put back in service, would supply water to this elevated lookout.There is a road system through the ranch and up into the hills and another water well on the east side of the ranch that once supplied water to that end of the ranch. There is an old shed and pens near the old home site.WaterPanther Rock Ranch has abundant groundwater and a rare live creek called Ash Creek running for over a mile through the middle of the ranch as well as several year round springs. There are two older wells on Panther Rock Ranch, one at 330 feet and one at 100 feet, both in need of working windmills. The ranch also has 12.5 ac feet of adjudicated water rights from the State of Texas from Ash Creek.
$3,200,000  •  1,360 acres
Extremely fertile, and highly productive 1360 acre turn-key cattle ranch with over 3.5 miles of Kiamichi River frontage! The property boasts 1,000 acres of improved pasture/cultivated land and will carry 300+ animal units under normal conditions. With over 350 acres of selectively harvested timber and mature pecan trees this property provides excellent hunting for deer, hogs, and turkeys. Being just south of the Hugo Lake Dam, and also being unmatched in amount of river front per acre, the property offers fantastic fishing and canoeing opportunities. A very well designed farm house with open concept and phenomenal porches is perched very stately on one of the properties higher elevations and overlooks much of the well maintained acreage. Finishing out the operational aspects of the ranch are pipe cattle pens, an insulated 40'x60' with 20' overhang and another 3/1 house. Truly, a one of a kind opportunity with unmatched potential for agricultural production, recreation and investment.
$2,278,800  •  1,266 acres
Stagecoach Ridge Ranch is located within the unique gated ranch community of Sierra La Rana with its maintained roads, underground electricity, and other amenities, as well as the opportunity to run cattle, lease grazing rights, and take advantage of deer and bird hunting opportunities. The ranch is located just south of Alpine, the gateway into the Big Bend Country, with its more than 1,000,000 acres of parks and public lands and is just an hour’s drive north of Lajitas and Terlingua and their outdoor adventures and amenities.  There are two access gates into Sierra La Rana which provide security and privacy for this scenic property.     This is high Chihuahuan Desert grassland and mountain property studded with interesting outcrops of rocks and large trees, creating a scenic wonderland.  The ranch has amazing vistas of the city of Alpine with views of the entire region, including the Davis and Glass Mountains.  Elevations range from just over 5,000 feet to 4,400 feet, creating a landscape of rolling hills with high flats and steep canyons.  Approaching Stagecoach Ridge Ranch from within Sierra La Rana is from well-maintained roads with buried electric service and an exceptionally beautiful maintained exclusive subdivision. There is a road that circles the ranch, taking you from the high country and down into valley floors and up canyons.  There are many areas for new roads that will broaden the use and access for this scenic ranch.Stagecoach Ridge Ranch is dominated by mile-high grasslands of Cane Bluestem, Blue Grama, and Sideoats Grama with rhyolite palisades mountains studded with Juniper and Emory and Grey Oaks.   Excellent grasses and Chihuahuan Desert plants provide habitat for the native animals, livestock and the people who live there. This is historic ranching country and represents some of the best cow/calf range in West Texas.Because of the diverse habitat with native grasses, brush, boulders, trees, and mountains there is an abundance of game and non-game animals and wildlife on Stagecoach Ridge Ranch.   This is big mule deer country with lots of blue quail and mourning dove, making this a hunter’s paradise.  There are also smaller animal and bird species found here like javelina, fox, ringtail, mountain lion, hawks, hummingbirds, Montezuma quail, and a variety of neotropical songbirds.  Native trees, brush, and grasses provide excellent habitat for these species and many native birds and other non-game animals.       Stagecoach Ridge Ranch has an existing windmill and one surface tank.  Several watering troughs come from within Sierra La Rana as well as the ranch’s windmill to distribute water for wildlife and cattle.
$1,497,000  •  1,187 acres
The Historic Bridge Creek Ranch Step back in time with the Historic Bridge Creek Ranch. Once part of the original Pritcher Ranch, The Bridge Creek Ranch consists of 1187 acres with approximately 3 miles of beautiful Bridge Creek meandering through the ranch. This working Bison ranch is fenced and cross fenced with about 30 miles of newer fencing built for Bison. The remainder of the ranch is perimeter fenced ideal for horses or cattle. With 142 acres of irrigation rights from Bridge Creek, this beautiful historic ranch remains lush with plenty of feed and sprawling Aspen groves creating a wildlife and bird sanctuary. Turn of the century historic buildings have been restored including the barn, cook house, and several other outbuildings. The original ranch school house also rests amongst beautiful Aspen trees. Professionally decorated cabin, charming bunk house for guests or caretaker. Main home overlooks Bridge Creek with a covered porch complete with landscaping and fire pit. Fishing and hunting opportunities abound as the ranch borders BLM land and native trout can be found in Bridge Creek. The Aspen trees provide ample shade to the homes and create an unmatched setting in the high desert giving this ranch a unique and beautiful setting. There is a large shop with office and covered storage for tractors and equipment. This amazing high desert ranch in located just a few miles from the town of Silver Lake and the famous Cowboy Dinner Tree Restaurant. About 40 minutes outside of La Pine and about an hour and a half from Bend. Just outside the ranch property is a US Forest Service air strip adding convenience in traveling to the ranch.
$952,315  •  637 acres
Property Description             Name of Property: Dustin 637-rbStatus: NewPrice: $952,315Acreage: 637Location: 3miles west of Dustin, 1.25hrs S of TulsaClosest Town: DustinTaxes: $343.86 Est.Topography: Rolling hillsWater: Rural Water AvailableWildlife: Abundant Deer & TurkeyUtilities: AvailableDevelopment Potential Great Valley View Home SitesComments:1.5 hrs from Oklahoma City, Tulsa & Fort Smith and 3.5 hrs from Dallas.  This property has lots of water, trees and grasses. The area is pristine with many wildlife venues around each bend.  Income potential ranges from cattle to hunting leases and fishing outings.Some pastures were farmed in years past and provides all the necessary  ingredients for superior grass growth.Rural water lines are there for future development.Exceptional deer and turkey hunting.This property has everything you need to live of the grid while living withing 20 minutes to the closest Walmart.- See more at: http://www.worldclassranches.com/rural-estates-homes/dustin-637-rb#sthash.9V02A9G3.dpuf  
$772,915  •  517 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Chimney Rock Ranch 517-SKB Acreage: 517 Acres Location: 2 hrs SE of Tulsa; 1 hr SW of FT. Smith, AR Closest Town: Wilburton, OK Access: State Highway Taxes: $651.29/year Topography: Gently rolling to rolling pastures and forest Improvements: 2 shops, ponds, barn, some fencing Forage: Native and Bermuda grass Capacity: 15 to 20 pair Water: Ponds, seasonal stream, spring Wildlife: Whitetail, squirrels, turkey, dove, and other Utilities: Rural water, Electric, septic system, propane tank Comments This 517 acres is a multi-use property with about 65 acres of open ground, but primarily a hunting/recreational tract. The east side where most of the open area is located fronts a state highway, with the forested areas being toward the west and adjoining other forested lands. Five ponds and seasonal Anderson Creek provide water for livestock and wildlife. A rural water meter and water line supplies water to the mobile home. Two shops (40' X 60' and 30' X 60') are located back in the property on a hill with magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. One shop has a sink and stool, with a finished walls and ceiling for a living quarters area. A well and electricity are already in place for the shops. A 58' X 60' barn provides storage for hay or equipment. You can spend considerable time on the many ATV trails that wander through the property to openings appropriate for food plots and game blinds. The forest consists of a mix of Pine and hardwoods. There is some nice size marketable Pine on the land. This is a beautiful, diverse property that affords aesthetic interest around every bend in the trail. There is also some Moss Rock on the property. Call Sandy Brock Bahe with questions or to view at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND.
Contact for Price  •  500 acres
500 acres m/l of prime commercial, retail, and multifamily development land ideally located on the new two-mile corridor known as Route 242 connecting Hwy 54 to Horseshoe Bend Pkwy and the community toll bridge.
$6,473,550  •  280 acres
The Box S Ranch offers unmatched seclusion & privacy, 280 acres, Cascade Mt. views just 4 miles from Bend. Main Home: 4416 sf, 4 bed, 5.5 bath, office, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, stone fireplace, decks, patios, 4 car garage. Property: 95 acres of water rights, varied topography, 2 Canyons, 2 stocked ponds, Perimeter Fenced, Gated Driveway, 1850 sf Guest Home, Barn with office & shop, Garden, 2 Hay Barns. Additional Building Sites. This ranch is one of a kind, Recreational Lifestyle Property!
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$0  •  240 acres
$60,000
240 acres for Sale in Presidio County TX!Less than 30 minutes West of the small Border town of Presidio TX headed towards Ruidosa TX and it's famousHot Springs!Has State FM 170 paved frontage that runs thru the property.South side of 170 is level terrain that slopes down towards the Rio Grande. Heavy Brush. This area has goodpotential if cleared for farming or restoring to grass.The balance of the acreage is on the North side of 170, hilly terrain with some nice high hilltops that provideoutstanding views of the surrounding Mountains and into Mexico.Semi remote with great privacy!This area of West Texas offers the Majestic beauty of the Chihuahuan Desert without being too far from storesand shops in the nearby small town of Presidio which has population of around 5000 people. Big Bend Ranch State Park is less than an hours drive, Big Bend National Park about an hour and half. Betweenthe two parks they offer over a million acres of park land to explore and enjoy. Asking price is just $250/acre for a total of $60,000! Come enjoy the tranquility of West Texas!! New survey just completed!
$1,500,000  •  188 acres
Brazos Long Bend Ranch sits on the Long Bend of the Brazos River just as it pours into Possum Kingdom Lake. Very rarely can you find a ranch in this price range with 2.5 miles of river frontage! The ranch’s 188 deeded acres is surrounded by approximately 225 acres of very private Brazos River Authority land. This is a truly rare and awesome opportunity for sportsmen. The ranch has plenty of lodging for large groups including two extremely unique real log cabins, a small farm house and a finished-out army barrack. Location: Brazos Long Bend Ranch is located in far southeastern Young County near the Jack and Palo Pinto County lines. The ranch is approximately 1.5 hours from Ft. Worth and 2 hours from Dallas. The town of Graham, which has a population of 8,792, is about 15 minutes northwest of the ranch. The ranch is located in the Cross Timbers ecoregion of the state. Terrain and Habitat: Brazos Long Bend Ranch’s terrain is generally rolling with one prominent “sand hill” on the western side of the ranch. The views looking down to the river and back towards the east are excellent. A small amount of clearing would allow you to have a 360 degree panorama. Approximately 100 acres of the ranch is fenced pasture and is relatively level. A large slough surrounds much of the ranch and should provide some awesome waterfowl hunting opportunities. The 2.5 miles of Brazos River frontage is the highlight of the ranch. So many possibilities exist for outdoorsman with this much river frontage! Possum Kingdom Lake is just around the next bend in the river. Large live oaks are scattered around the ranch with pockets of mesquite and cedar. The 225 acres of Brazos River Authority land that surrounds the deeded 188 acres is fenced off and is extremely private. Water: There are two water wells that service the needs of the ranch. Improvements: This ranch has four lodging options for guests and/or residents. All four structures are located in the same area of the ranch and are close to the entrance. Unique Hewn Log Home One bedroom/bath/kitchen Two rock fireplaces Owners believe the rock chimneys were constructed in 1906, remainder of structure built in 1985 Front porch with large rock seating area under beautiful old live oak Small farm house “Trapper’s cabin” Woodstove, kitchen, bathroom, loft Believed to have been built in 1886 as a corn crib and converted into a cabin in 1987 Believed to have been relocated from across the river prior to the impoundment of Possum Kingdom Lake in 1941 Barrack Kitchen, bathroom, two bedrooms Converted to living quarters by present owners in 2005 Two barns/shops Livestock: The present owners currently keep 25-30 cow/calf pairs on the ranch
$1,850,000  •  172 acres
Formerly part of the Elktrout Lodge, ?Shepardsbend? is the prime fishing spot offering some of the best fly-fishing water available on over 1.5 miles of the Colorado River, providing countless brown, cutthroat and rainbow trout. Located on both sides of the river, the 172-acre property is two hours northwest of Denver in the heart of sportsman country. This is an ideal recreational property for the outdoor enthusiast. $1,850,000. Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long.
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$2,482,000  •  146 acres
$2,628,000
One of the most diverse properties in northern Travis County, HR Ranch is a hunter, equestrian, or investor's dream. A turnkey weekend retreat or a full time homestead in the future, the HR Ranch is a rare opportunity to own a unique piece of the Texas Hill Country.
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$649,000  •  139.42 acres
$749,000
Gorgeous home on 139.42 acres w/stunning views & beautiful elevations!
$879,900  •  123 acres
Rolling Plains Ranch is located just North of Crawford, Texas. 123 acres with a view of the Middle Bosque River valley. Main house, guest quarters, shop, pipe fencing, swimming pool, rolling hills, rainwater collection tanks, safe room and plenty of game.