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$13,675,000  •  17,436.61 acres
The well-known J Bar Ranch is now for sale. This legacy ranch has been in the same family since prior to 1906. After much consideration the family has decided to list the property for sale. This 17,438 acre + – is ranch located in NW Crane County, TX. The ranch is located south of Penwell with FM 1601 running parallel with the east perimeter for 7 miles. The south side is fronted by FM 1233 for approximately 5 miles, with the entrance to the headquarters on the eastern side. The J Bar Ranch features a fabulous headquarters with the main house, garage and upstairs apartment, large metal RV garage and trophy room, and barns, sheds, and outbuildings completely fenced within a 4-acre tract. Of keynote attention is the original ranch house that was built in 1906 by R.D. McGee who homesteaded the land. It is recognized by the Texas State Historical Commission as the “oldest” house in Crane County. The J Bar Ranch is contiguous on the north side of CR 1233 with the exception of 4 sections which is located across the highway on the south side. As seen by the pictures, this ranch is situated in the sand country of the Permian Basin and does have an inactive sand plant on it. This historic ranch was a prominent Hereford breeder for many years and the sand county is very strong for cattle. There are ample wells and water lines to provide service to watering troughs throughout the ranch. Please plan a good part of the day when viewing as this a big place with much to see. For your private tour please contact Bob Clifton 830-613-5215.
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$4,430,000  •  13,627.28 acres
LOCATION Western Skies Ranch is located approximately 12 miles northwest of Crane, Texas and 20 mile south of Penwell, Texas. The ranch gate front FM 1601. The major highways that lead to these roads are IH-20 15 miles west of Odessa and highway 385 from Crane. The county is considered part of the huge Permian Basin, which is one of the largest hydrocarbon producing fields in the nation. It is located at western edge of the Edwards Plateau in southwest Texas, which is bounded on the north by Ector County (Odessa), and more sparsely populated counties of Upton, Ward, and Pecos. ACCESS The ranch can be accessed from both FM 1601 which runs 5 miles along the west side of the ranch and is the location of the main entrance to the ranch. ACREAGE 13,627.28 DESCRIPTION: This ranch has been well-known for being a quality cattle ranch and for many years and currently runs a Brangus cross. The average high temperature is 79 and low temperature is 56 degrees. Average rainfall is 13 inches. The topography of this ranch is relatively flat ranging from 2,660 to 2,745; however, there are some distant views from several spots on the ranch mostly from the crown of the sand hills. The dunes are part of a vast set of dunes the lie east of the Pecos River between Fort Stockton and the New Mexico border. The Crane County sand formations are part of the ensemble that includes the Monahans sand hills and the Kermit dunes. There is not any sand mining taking place on the property. The primary soils found on the ranch consists of Penwell Dune Land Association, rolling the Penwell-Pyote Association, undulating and Dune Land. The Penwell soils consists of deep, sandy soils on the uplands. The soils form on eolian sand. Slopes range from 1-16%. These soils have light brown, non-calcareous, fine sand surface layer about 12" thick. The underlying layer is reddish-yellow, non-calcareous, fine sand about 68" thick. The Dune Lane consists of mostly barren, active sand dunes of light colored, eolian sands that show little evidence of soil development. The ranch consists totally of native pastureland and is currently leased for both grazing and hunting, the rancher operating the ranch for the last several years reports that cattle stocking rates depend primarily on rainfall. At this time the area has received above average rainfall year to date, so the native grasses and cover are in excellent condition. Shinnery Oak is prevalent over the entire ranch which provides excellent browse for the deer. Other vegetation consists of mesquite, cat claw, windmill grass, black grama grass, sand bluestem, and filaree. WILDLIFE The ranch has an array of wildlife which includes predominantly mule deer with some scattered whitetail. Historically, there has been an abundance of mourning doves. The ranch is well-known for hunts around the various water holes. Other wildlife includes blue quail, javelina, wild hogs, coyotes, and other varmints indigenous to the area. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch is fenced entirely with a five-strand barb-wire fence on wooden posts, mostly in average condition. Cross fencing is considered minimal. The ranch headquarters is an older and modest arrangement of 1,440 sq. ft., it is located in the northeast quadrant of the ranch. It consists of a main, house, bunk house (900 sq. ft.), equipment barn (2,250 sq. ft. on slab), covered stalls (1,350 sq. ft.) and shipping pens. The house is a 3 br. 1 ba., central air and heat, and is used by the deer hunters, the barn could accommodate RV and ATV storage. There is a set of welded pipe working pens located in the southwest quadrant of the ranch. WATER The ranch is adequately watered by virtue of a water line owned and operated by Conoco Phillips, originating from wells on the adjoining ranch. There are 4 submersible wells also that supply troughs in various spots on the ranch. This could be an excellent opportunity for those looking for a value suited for longer holds and bigger upsides, relatively close proximity to the Midland Odessa metroplex and presence of large deposits and sand suitable for fracking when that market returns. Also, an excellent prospect for a cattle raiser seeking additional pasture or hunters seeking a large ranch at a very realistic price. Please call listing Drew Colvin or Bob Clifton at 830-613-5215 for appointment to show you the ranch. Please also call with ANY questions that you may have.
Contact for Price  •  1,689 acres
Seco Creek Ranch is a 1,689± acre premier hunting ranch for sale in Medina County, Texas. This is a turn-key recreational, hunting, or cattle ranch with multiple improvements, abundant wildlife, and ample water. The main ranch entrance is from FM 2200, 10 miles south of D’Hanis, 20 miles from I-35, and about an hour from San Antonio. The topography of this ranch varies from steep to rolling, with good soils supporting an extraordinary variety of high protein brush species and thick improved grasses on the higher elevations, to the expansive clays which support the hardwoods and water-tolerant conifers. The ranch is 60% native brush, 20% pastures, and 20% farmland. There are four water wells on the ranch including an Edwards well and three domestic wells. There are several large food plots and an expansive garden of native flora. Seco Creek Ranch has three well-maintained lakes of over an acre in size and three ponds producing large bass, catfish, and perch. Several wet weather creeks traverse the ranch including Seco Creek and Little Seco Creek. The Edwards well pipes water to a large earthen reservoir where it then flows by gravity through underground pipes to all the lakes, ponds and water troughs. There are two irrigated 100± acre coastal fields with Valley pivots. Careful attention to wildlife preservation on this high fenced ranch has created an unparalleled wildlife sanctuary affording nesting and wintering habitat for birds rarely found away from a river. Buntings, Warblers, Orioles, Green Kingfisher, Sandhill Crane, and Tanagers are noted here seasonally. Many species of woodpeckers, vireos, wrens, swallows, sparrows, hawks, owls, and other varieties are seen throughout the year. There are resident swans that nest and live on the lakes of the ranch. Native wildlife and game include whitetail deer, axis deer, blackbuck, dove, quail, and flocks of turkey. Whitetail deer of improved genetics have been released on the ranch and a list of releases is available upon request. The ranch features five hunting blinds, ten corn feeders and fifteen protein feeders scattered throughout the ranch. There are two deer breeding pens on the ranch. A sunflower field attracts countless doves, making for an unbelievable bird hunting season. An all-weather blacktop road extends from the ranch entrance to the main house, hunting lodge, and throughout the property. The stucco and rock main house consist of five bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas, and a kitchen. There is a covered parking area and exterior patios wrapping around two sides of the house. The home is built on an elevated plateau overlooking manicured pastures and pristine countryside. The Western styled hunting lodge, remodeled in 2012, has approximately 5,284 square feet with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is also a foreman’s home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a guest house, and several storage out-buildings. There are four metal barns ranging in size from 1,000± to 6,000± square feet. 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.
$3,950,000  •  983 acres
Beautiful home on hunting and recreation property. Secluded but only 30 minutes to town. $3,950,000.
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$575,000  •  320 acres
It's all about location with this one! Just 3 miles NE of the Great Salt Plains Lake and in one of the most desired hunting areas in NW Oklahoma lies this beautiful 320 acre tract. The property has great access with a half mile of highway 11 frontage on the N side and a good county road on the East and South side. The two locations on the South side are not in operation currently and the minerals are not currently leased. The seller is including the minerals with the sale of this property and the property does have electric on the South side. The water on the farm is supplied via a well, several small water holes, and a nice pond. The cover on the farm is made up of dense native grasses, plum thickets, good elevation change, brushy draws, and some trees. Mast bearing oak trees are not real common in Grant County but this property happens to have some on it, having acorns on your property in western Oklahoma is rare but a great thing to have. Many of the trees on the farm are suitable for bowhunting. The neighboring farms to this property are some of the most heavily wooded properties around and have some of the biggest and densest timber anywhere in the area, which will always benefit this property as far as its ability to draw wildlife in from the surrounding area. If the cattle were removed from this farm and the native vegetation was allowed to grow to its full potential the wildlife numbers within the property would be as good as it gets. This part of Oklahoma is known to have first class hunting for not just Whitetail Deer, but for Quail, Pheasant, Ducks, Geese, Sandhill Crane, Turkey, and all types of Predators. This property can continue to be used for grazing or you can turn it into a first class hunting and recreation property with minimal work. Don't miss out on your chance to own this beautiful western Oklahoma farm with all kinds of potential. I have personally harvested two gross Boone & Crockett bucks within 5 miles of this farm. Opportunities like this don't come along often. Call Tony today @ 918-671-8937. When purchasing a property listed by Great Plains Land Company, a Buyer's Broker, if applicable, must be identified on the first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property in order to participate in a real estate commission. If these conditions are not met, compensation if any will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
Contact for Price  •  298 acres
298 ± Acres Located just north of Clarksville Access on Highway 37 Seven catfish ponds Almost a mile of Snell Creek Low fenced Covered in dense hardwoods Abundant wildlife Tremendous commercial & recreational opportunities
$500,000  •  58.39 acres
Under Contract
Over 58 acres of vacant land with development potential on the outskirts of Weiser. The rural acreage offers beautiful views of the surrounding foothills and has a pond in the southwest corner. The topography is level and gently rolling making it ideal for putting in improvements with power available at the property line. The quiet location provides a sense of seclusion but is less than 5 minutes from US Hwy 95, downtown Weiser, Rolling Hills Golf Course, and Weiser High School.About the Area:Downtown Weiser, Idaho is located less than 2 miles from the property. Additional shopping and entertainment opportunities are available in nearby cities. Ontario, Oregon is a 30-minute drive from Weiser and the Boise, Idaho metro area is 90 minutes away. Weiser, Idaho is a quaint rural community that acts as the county seat of Washington County. Awarded the "Safest City in Idaho" Weiser, Idaho is an ideal place to raise your family, start a business, or retire.Weiser is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains very close to the border between Idaho and Oregon. It is here that the Snake and Weiser rivers converge, with the Snake River forming the border between the two states. Its strategic location along on the banks of these beautiful rivers makes Weiser a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Opportunities exist for camping, boating, hunting, fishing, backpacking, mountain biking, white water rafting, skiing, and a plethora of other outdoor recreation. Besides the rivers, the area is host to many local reservoirs including Manns Creek, Crane Creek, and Paddock Reservoir. All of which are great destinations to visit if you enjoy boating, swimming, fishing or hiking. Many county residents appreciate strolling or biking along the Weiser River Trail, which is an 84 mile long public recreational trail formed along the old Pacific and Idaho Northern railroad grade. This trail follows the Weiser River, provides access to thousands of acres of public lands, and is a great place to spot big game, waterfowl, and other wildlife.Weiser is also known as the "Fiddling Capital of The World" and is home to the National Oldtime Fiddlers Contest and Festival. Other local events residents enjoy include the Annual Crab Feed and Auction, the Holiday Night Light Parade, the Weiser Valley Roundup Rodeo, and the Washington County Fair.
$549,000  •  23.3 acres
Under Contract
Small 23+ acre farm with a 3 bedroom country home outside of Weiser near Mann Creek. The productive farm ground is level and includes the wheel line irrigation equipment. The property has 22+ acres of water shares through Mann Creek Irrigation District from Webb Ditch and 21 acres of 1881 priority water rights from Mann Creek. The land also features a 46 x 60 ft equipment shed, mature shade trees, RV parking, and a fenced area perfect for horses. Please note final legal and acreage to be determined by a lot line adjustment.The rural town of Weiser, Idaho is located a mere 10 minutes from the property. Additional shopping and entertainment opportunities are available in nearby cities. Ontario, Oregon is a 30-minute drive from Weiser and the Boise, Idaho metro area is 90 minutes away. Weiser, Idaho is a quaint rural community that acts as the county seat of Washington County. Awarded the "Safest City in Idaho" Weiser, Idaho is an ideal place to raise your family, start a business, or retire.Weiser is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains very close to the border between Idaho and Oregon. It is here that the Snake and Weiser rivers converge, with the Snake River forming the border between the two states. Its strategic location along on the banks of these beautiful rivers makes Weiser a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Opportunities exist for camping, boating, hunting, fishing, backpacking, mountain biking, white water rafting, skiing, and a plethora of other outdoor recreation. Besides the rivers, the area is host to many local reservoirs including Manns Creek, Crane Creek, and Paddock Reservoir. All of which are great destinations to visit if you enjoy boating, swimming, fishing or hiking. Many county residents appreciate strolling or biking along the Weiser River Trail, which is an 84 mile long public recreational trail formed along the old Pacific and Idaho Northern railroad grade. This trail follows the Weiser River, provides access to thousands of acres of public lands, and is a great place to spot big game, waterfowl, and other wildlife.Weiser is also known as the "Fiddling Capital of The World" and is home to the National Oldtime Fiddlers Contest and Festival. Other local events residents enjoy include the Annual Crab Feed and Auction, the Holiday Night Light Parade, the Weiser Valley Roundup Rodeo, and the Washington County Fair.
$34,900  •  10 acres
Nice wooded 10 acre parcel making an excellent property to hunt. Very secluded. Build your dream home or use as a weekend retreat. Property lies right next to thousands of acres of Mark Twain National Forest giving you even more awesome hunting opportunities. Property is only a short drive to Crane Lake in the National Forest as well. Don't miss out on this one.
$1,050,000  •  7.14 acres
This listing features a top-of-the-line commercial property at the north edge of Ness City, Kansas along Highway 283. This one has it all! The details are listed below. SHOP - 70x150 ft metal building with 27 ft side walls. 3 - 20x16 ft overhead doors with automatic openers.1 - 25x16 ft overhead door with automatic opener.15 ton double girder DeShazo overhead crane that covers the entire shop.Full concrete floor with built-in heat. Complete air system.Fully wired with 3 phase power. 20x70 ft area of loft storage. 2 offices. (1 on the ground level and 1 on the 2nd level overlooking the shop area). Break room with kitchenette and individual lockers for workers.3 bathrooms. Mechanical room.2 parts rooms.OFFICE BUILDING - 40x50 ft brick building with a metal roof.3 offices with knotty alder cabinets and matching desks. Break room with kitchenette. Men's and Women's bathrooms. Full, unfinished basement. Central heat and air conditioning. File room with built-in shelves.Wired with cat 5 for internet. LAND - 7.14 Acres Above ground fuel tanks. 3 - 40x8 ft shipping containers. Outdoor perimeter lighting. Partially fenced. Great location along Highway 283. If you would like more information regarding this incredible commercial property that offers great highway access and visibility please give me a call today.