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$18,039,097  •  4,567 acres
This classic Texas Cross Timbers hunting and agricultural ranch overlooks approximately 2.5 miles of the Colorado River between Brownwood and Brady. There ranch is improved with a 7,000 square foot main lodge and several smaller homes. In addition to the river, the ranch has over 40 lakes and pond
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$5,363,855  •  1,074 acres
$5,637,686
Law Creek Ranch is an impressive high-fenced, trophy game and working cattle ranch centrally located in the Heart of Texas Hill Country. Family owned & managed for over 16 years, the whitetail breeding program has Texas Parks & Wildlife MLDP Level III status and consistently produces trophy Texas Whitetail scoring in the 200-300+ inch range B&C. Highly diversified, the ranch features exceptional housing and amenities, rolling hilltop views, productive pastures, strong underground water, mature oak timber, several irrigated ponds and a native landscape well suited for the varying wildlife. A perfect hunting mecca with fine accommodations for large groups, family and corporate retreats. The existing whitetail and exotic herds (axis, blackbuck, fallow, sika, red stag,and aoudad sheep) are included with the sale. $4,995 per acre LOCATION/ACCESS: Law Creek Ranch is also located in the heart of deer country approx. 18 miles north of Mason, 19 miles south of Brady and 34 miles west of Llano, TX. Access is along State Highway 71 W between Llano and Brady. The property is situated in the SE portion of McCulloch County near the McCulloch/San Saba county lines. Approx. 27.43 acres of the eastern boundary are located in San Saba County. Located within the award winning Mason ISD school district. IMPROVEMENTS: 2-story, 4,200 sq ft. main home feat. 4 bedroom, 3.5 baths, 2-bay garage and upstairs game room with balcony. Newly constructed headquarters office (2,272 sq ft.) is steel framed with a cinder block gun/safe room. Custom hunting lodge (built 2014) is spacious and luxurious with 6,000 sq ft. under roof, 2,850 sq ft. interior featuring large great room, fireplace, full kitchen, laundry room, walk-in pantry, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, wrap-around porch, and 500 gallon propane tank. Additional 2/2 barn cabin (20'x50') with full kitchen, laundry room, covered parking and storage loft offers further accommodations or would make a great foreman's house. The original, smaller lodge cabin is a 1/1, with 400 sq ft. and full kitchen. Further improvements consist of a 1,750 sq ft. hay barn with walk-in cooler, grass airstrip with 1200 sq ft. hangar, set of steel-pipe livestock pens, two (2) 2,850 sq ft. metal equipment sheds, lighted roping arena, round pen, and 3-bay pole barn with attached 500 sq ft. tack room. LAND: This ranch features a great combination of improved pastures, diverse topography, mature live oak/post oak hardwoods and native brush cover managed for wildlife habitat. The front or western portion of the property consists of approx. 260 acres of sandy-clay loam soils with improved grasses and manicured pastures while the main home, hunting lodge, cabins, barns, and other improvements are located near the center of property. The eastern or back portion of the ranch features the highest elevation from atop limestone hills with panoramic views ranging from 1,592 ft. to 1,770 ft- and provides the most cover for game amidst tall live oaks, post oak, honey mesquite, Texas persimmon, bee-brush and mountain cedar. WATER: Groundwater is deemed to be very strong with the presence of (7) existing water wells, including 3 irrigation-strength wells, 2 wells servicing the main home and lodge/cabins, and 2 working windmill wells with concrete storage tanks. Additionally there are 5 stock ponds on ranch (4 of which are irrigated). For further information on area groundwater, please contact the Hickory Underground Water Conservation District. WILDLIFE/HUNTING: Law Creek Ranch is a MLDP Level III property with a long history of producing trophy whitetail scoring as high as 300"-400" B&C. P&L statements, current herd inventory and records are available upon request. The ranch also manages a balanced herd of exotics for a year-round hunting variety that include axis, blackbuck, fallow, sika, red stag, and aoudad sheep. All wild game, improvements, and equipment necessary for maintaining the operation are included in the offering including the following: Custom 30 ton overhead feed bin, Feed Jet Feed Wagon, 12 deer pens each with (12) 2,000 lb protein feeders, (10) Hay Feeders, (11) Darting Blinds, (4) 3,000 lb and (3) 2,000 lb protein feeders in pasture with (11) 1,000 lb corn feeders, (11) tower blinds and (9) bow blinds.
$1,282,500  •  855 acres
Location: The Doole Ranch is approximately 34 miles Northwest of Brady, Texas just 4 miles West of what is known as Doole, Texas. That makes is approximately 170 miles from San Antonio, Texas and approximately 150 miles to Austin, Texas. Land: The Doole Ranch is relatively flat as far as topography goes. The soils are sandy to sandy loam and the area is known for dry land farming. There are 2 fenced areas that previous farming has taken place on in the Southwest (approx. 70ac) and Southeast corners (approx. 130ac). It isnt known when the fields were in production last. There is a good mix of brush (predominantly tasajillo and mesquite) and cleared areas. Water: There are 5 small ponds (less than 2 acres) on the ranch. It is believed that the ranch resides over the Hickory aquifer but there are no water wells on the property. There is a municipal tap from Millersview-Doole Water Corporation on the property. Improvements: The ranch has cross-fencing and there are 3 fenced pastures, excluding the two fields. There is a set of cattle pens (pipe and steel panels) along with a rock storage shed and hay/loafing shed. There is a storage shed (2-car/2-bay garage) with a concrete floor. Electricity is on the property as well and is provided by Concho Valley Electric Co-op. The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.
Contact for Price  •  821 acres
The ±821 acres of Bluff Creek Ranch encompasses some of the most dramatic and beautiful topography of the region, with high bluffs overlooking the Colorado River and scenic tree-lined ravines cut by Bluff Creek. This ranch for sale in McCulloch County, Texas, is just 15 miles north of Brady, an hour and half north of Fredericksburg and under two and a half hours west of Waco. With almost a mile of Colorado River frontage, over two miles of both sides of Bluff Creek, and elevations changes of over 100 feet, this truly unique piece of the Texas Hill Country offers magnificent improvement options. The north edge of the property swiftly rises 80 feet up from the bank of the Colorado River, with a nearby peak sitting 100 feet above the river and offering dramatic panoramic views of the entire region. The excellent topography of the ranch is further enhanced by the two and one half miles that Bluff Creek carves across the property, including where the creek empties into the Colorado. The sandy and clay loams that make up the banks of Bluff Creek, that are 30 feet high in places, support water-tolerant hardwoods, conifers and grasses. Bluff Creek Ranch has two and a half miles of frontage on paved FM 765 with a gated entrance leading to miles of good all-weather roads to all areas of the ranch. The ranch is low-fenced with one large pasture. The rest of the ranch is covered in an abundant variety of grasses, brush and trees offering a beautiful diversity of ecological zones across the property. The property has deeded pump rights out of the Colorado River for livestock, wildlife, and household purposes. There are also two stock tanks on the ranch. There is a small cabin with a kitchen and loft on a bluff overlooking the river. A carport, firepit, and equipment shed are located near the main entrance, next to an old 2,250 foot landing strip. The varied topography and nutrient sources of the ranch support an abundance of Whitetail, Aoudad, dove, quail, and turkey. The area is known for great Whitetail hunting and over the top turkey hunting. The awe-inspiring topography rising up from the Colorado River make Bluff Creek Ranch the ultimate canvas for your perfect Hill Country creation! There is room here for multiple homesites with distinct dramatic views down to the river and across the countryside. Improvements to the hunting infrastructure and the existing runway location would create a very desirable commercial hunting operation and a hunter’s paradise. 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.
$609,125  •  487.29 acres
Premier Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale in Lincoln County, NE LAND:    487.29 +/-  Deeded Acres Per Lincoln County Tax Records    LAND USE: Highly productive pastureland with recreational amenities.  Cattle grazing is enhanced by electric submersible pump with  pipeline water to three remote tank sites.   LOCATION: Approximately 6.5 miles south of Maxwell, Nebraska I-80 exit (#190) on Cottonwood  Canyon Road. Maxwell is 11 miles east of North Platte, NE.    WILDLIFE: Due to exceptional habitat and water development the ranch is a year around home for elk, mule & whitetail deer, wild turkey, quail, bobcats and coyotes.  The fertile canyon bottoms  offer potential to develop food plots.    VETERAN HUNTS:  The Seller is a military veteran and has hosted numerous hunts with Operation Second Chance and Operation NPLB Outdoors. AREA ATTRACTIONS: Fort McPherson National Cemetery-South of Maxwell on road to Taste of Heaven Ranch.  Golden Spike Tower & Visitor Center at Union Pacific Yards, North Platte.  Buffalo Bill Scout Rest Ranch State Park, North Platte.  Lake Maloney State Recreation Area-South of North Platte.  Jeffrey Reservoir-South of Brady.  Multiple Golf Courses in North Platte & Gothenburg (Renown Wild Horse Golf Club)    NORTH PLATTE: North Platte is less than 20 miles from the ranch.  The city has a population of approximately 25,000 and is a major shopping, recreational, and medical hub for a large trade area.     FEATURES:  Regional Airport  Hospital & Medical Services  Excellent shopping including a national retail super store  Home to the large, annual Nebraskaland Days in June, 2015 was the 133rd   Anniversary of Buffalo Bill Cody’s Wild West Show/Rodeo  Water Park, Golf Courses, Museums  Listing ID: 26015-11501
$1,092,000  •  169 acres
LOCATION: This site is located about 12 miles west of Mason in the rugged Leon Creek watershed, one of the strongest flowing creeks known in the area. The location is about 5 miles down a well maintained private easement road, which dead ends at an electric gate. The area is secluded and little-visited, and is bursting with legend and lore, as well as Native American artifacts (known petroglyphs in the area). Nearby Mason is a prized Hill Country destination, known for its unique population of hard working and creative folks, and stunningly beautiful Courthouse Square. Good restaurants, banks, medical services, supplies and groceries are readily available in this uber-cool community, known as “Tennis Town Texas.” For more information on the City of Mason go to http://www.mason.tx.citygovt.org/ or for information on Mason County, go to www.co.mason.tx.us/. Fredericksburg (high end shops, restaurants, jet airport, hospital) is located 35 miles SE, and Brady (jet strip, Wal Mart) is located 30 miles north. Austin and San Antonio (international airports, major medical centers, universities, box stores) are both about 2 hours SE, and the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex is about 4 hours north. Property Address: 4894 Leon Creek Road, Mason, Texas 76856. ECOREGION: BHR is located in the ecoregion of the Llano Uplift. The Llano Uplift is also known as the central mineral region. Although surrounded by the Edwards Plateau region, the Llano Uplift is distinguished by its unique geology. Home to some of the oldest rocks in Texas, the central mineral region contains unique minerals and rock formations. The region is characterized by large granite domes, such as Enchanted Rock near Fredericksburg. Rainfall averages about 24 to 32 inches per year, peaking in May or June and September. The landscape is rolling to hilly and elevation range from 825 to 2,250 feet above sea level. Soils are predominantly coarse textured sands, produced from weathered granite over thousands of years. Native vegetation consists of oak-hickory or oak-juniper woodlands, mesquite-mixed brush savannah, and grasslands. The woody vegetation may consists of plateau live oak, honey mesquite, post oak, blackjack oak, cedar elm, and some black hickory present depending on aspect and habitat. Flora normally found in the deserts of West Texas, such as catclaw mimosa and soaptree yucca, also occur on dry sites. Ashe juniper and Texas oak are generally absent from the Llano Uplift. Grasses include little bluestem, switchgrass, yellow Indiangrass, and silver bluestem. Dome-like granite hills and outcrops contain unusual plant communities. Although ranching is the major land use, level areas of sandy loam produce wheat, sorghum, and peaches. For more information, visit the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) at www.tpwd.texas.gov. WATER: Simply put, this is some of the most reliable, high volume surface water flow seen by this observer, on such a small parcel of land, in a totally private setting. . . . .ever. Leon Creek flows at a minimum of 50-60 gpm during the worst drought to hit the area in decades in 2014. The site is bisected by this spectacular waterway for about 2,800’, with the upper section being the “filter zone” of bunchgrass and willow bacharis which releases and flows magnificently into the “Blue Hole.” This feature is simply spectacular, in a totally private setting, with cold water flowing from beneath a submerged limestone shelf. Water is up to 7’ deep and one can dive in from both sides, and wade in gradually from each end. It is an awesome natural swimming pool, chock full of large fish, including bass and carp. Scenic, colorful limestone cliffs rise up along the lower portion of creek frontage, culminating at a spectacular slot waterfall gushing into a deep, long pool beneath lazy liveoaks. This setting just reeks of days gone by and Native American presence for centuries. Another section of creek, known as the “tubs,” features linked bathtub sized holes that are simply delightful to relax in on a hot summer day, with noisy water flowing over and all around you in the most serene and private setting possible. There is a new 50 gpm water well on site, and average annual rainfall is 29 inches. For more information on area groundwater, contact the Hickory Underground Water Conservation District at www.hickoryuwcd.org/. LAND: The site itself is the ruggedly handsome “breaks” generally associated with the major drainages that feed the Llano River in this region. This is rough country with some spectacular limestone cliffs, as well as rumored caves. There is little to no smooth land, however there are numerous building sites adjacent to the water, as well as on the higher ground with distant views to the Blue Mountains. The place falls from north to south almost 200’ in elevation, and the country is mixed liveoak/mesquite/cedar, with a few monster liveoaks along Leon Creek, as well as on an unnamed creek that cuts across the eastern portion of the site. In fact, that creek bottom offers up some of the most scenic country on the ranch, with mixed oak and elm bottoms backed up to limestone cliffs and outcrops. This place has recently been cleared of 90% of the dead cedar timber, and at present, shines like a diamond compared to neighboring lands. Hand clearing has opened up a rare, old-growth cedar bottom flanked by 70 – 80’ cliffs, and never-seen viewsheds continually dazzle observers. This area is known for consistent, good quality, heavy whitetail deer, and it is not uncommon to hear of 150 B&C deer harvested. Turkey hunting is generally excellent, and there are plenty of feral hogs available as well. Soils are primarily patches of loam with much rock outcrop, supporting native grasses and forbs, which thrive in rainfall and burn quickly in drought, typical of the area. This is what many call “hard” country, not really suitable for any type of intense livestock operation, but perfect for playing, having fun and doing interesting things in a totally private and stunning setting. IMPROVEMENTS: The site is unimproved, except for electricity run to a cabin pad, and interior pasture roads, and exterior fencing. There is also a new 50 gpm water well, well house and underground water and electricity to two separate sites with firepits. Fencing ranges in condition from new to poor, and there is a new electric gate entrance. An old Mason School Bus rests atop some flat ground near the southern tip, adding some nostalgia. SUMMARY: Blue Hole Ranch is the best private live water for the money, in this seasoned observer’s opinion. I am selling it because we don’t use it, as we have all we need (fishing, swimming, tennis, garden, etc.) at the 141 acre place we live on south of Mason, and we spend 5 times more time in Durango than we do at Blue Hole. This place is uber-private, remote. . . and packed with power and mystery. There are markings that could be petroglyphs on a bluff on the ranch. . . there are known petroglyphs just downstream. The water is gin clear and shimmering blue in late summer. The swimming hole has provided multiple families indelible memories. . . there will only be one chance to snag this one, so don’t wait! FINANCIAL/TITLE: Listing Price is $6,473/acre = $1,092,000, cash or owner financing are possiblities. Sellers will provide basic survey acceptable to title company, all owned minerals convey. There are no easements on site other than utility service. The ranch lies in the Mason ISD, is served by Central Texas Electric Coop, and 2015 ag-exempt taxes were $208.74. The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Viewing appointments scheduled with LANDTX staff only. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY – DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer’s 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 sole discretion of LANDTX, David E. Culver, Broker.