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$85,995,000  •  117,000 acres
Classic “Big Bend Country” of the Old West, Rio Texico Ranch has maintained much of the environment and appearance of times past. Rio Texico Ranch's San Francisco Creek is a year-round live water with Cottonwood gallery forests on both banks and riparian vegetation are very rare in this desert and a magnet for wildlife. The ranch is a working cattle ranch with some excellent recently improved infrastructure. There are miles of new internal fences, pens, and traps as well as water and road improvements.
$15,554,171  •  19,814 acres
Tesnus Ranch is a cattle and hunting recreation ranch with an amazing amount of seclusion framed between towering mountains all within diverse low, mid to high desert habitats. An excellent all-weather caliche road provides access into the ranch where near the entrance there is a very nice modern 3-bedroom 2-bath Headquarters home.
$3,315,768  •  1,381 acres
Location 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. Acreage 1,381 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 1,381 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!! Habitat Panther 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. Water Woodward 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 3 working solar wells on Panther Rock Ranch, two of which are new, ranging in depth from 100 feet to 330 feet. The ranch also has 12.5 ac feet of adjudicated water rights from the State of Texas from Ash Creek.
$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.