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$11,250,000  •  3,040 acres
Historic Plantation with Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale in Pickensville, AL Owl Creek Plantation Let me take you on a journey. A trip back in time. An excursion to a plantation unaware of the chaos of 2020. A place where the road ends and the enchantment of a simpler existence begins. Let me take you to Owl Creek Plantation. Owl Creek is located on the AL/MS boundary in Pickens County, Alabama, just East of Macon, Mississippi. The yellow brick road truly does end at Owl Creek. When the lodge comes into view, it’s hard not to pull over on the lakeshore and take it in. Perfectly situated on the water's edge, with 6 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, screened porches, massive dining and entertaining areas, and sunset views that are otherworldly, Owl Creek Lodge grabs your heart from first glance. The lodge looks as though it too was created “in the beginning,” like it just belongs.  Additionally, in the not too shabby guest house on the North end of the lake, you’ll find 3 more bedrooms with another 2.5 baths. Owl Creek can easily sleep 22 guests comfortably and has not only been a family retreat for over 70 years, it has been the site of many weddings and other social functions. If, and that’s a big “if”, you can drag yourself away from the lodge, you can begin to find your way around the 3,040 acres of unbelievable serenity and beauty. The improved road system winds its way through massive hardwood stands along the majestic Tenn-Tom River. Strategically located throughout the property are wildlife fields overflowing with deer and turkeys, purposefully flooded cypress brakes for waterfowl and many deer stands only in need of an afternoon hunter. The hunting is so good in fact, several years ago the property generated over $200k in revenue from sold hunts. The timber component of Owl Creek is mainly mature hardwood. There are a few scattered areas of managed loblolly pine creating habitat throughout the property. A recent timber cruise is available upon request and reflects a timber value of $4.2M. A new owner looking to add more habitat and recover some of the purchase price could easily take advantage of the timber market in the area. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, you stumble upon Camp Duke. Camp Duke is on the southern end of the property, isolated from life. It’s the retreat within the retreat. Camp Duke IS social distancing. I can’t describe Camp Duke, you have to experience Camp Duke. I’ve been blessed in my career to work with wonderful families and some unbelievable properties. They have all been special. Owl Creek Plantation sets the bar high for all the properties before, and all the properties yet to come. So, Let me take you to Owl Creek Plantation.   For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 23042-33525
Contact for Price  •  2,500 acres
2500 ± Acres 3± Miles of Trinity River 4,920± sq/ft Main lodge 2,000± sq/ft Foreman’s quarters Numerous additional improvements Low fenced & cross fenced Natural Oxbow Lakes 3 Wells & electricity Incredible hunting & fishing possibilities
$26,865,000  •  1,791 acres
The ± 1,791-acre Super A Ranch, the largest live water ranch for sale in Kerr County, is located just 10 miles southwest of Kerrville, providing high-style ranch living with easy access to Hill Country hospitality and convenience. At night, the twinkling lights of Kerrville provide an unexpectedly beautiful view that can be enjoyed in complete solitude. With a mere 110 feet of paved road frontage, the Super A guarantees both easily secured access and unsurpassed privacy. Crystalline water, cypress-lined creek banks and groves of pecan and walnut trees, with hidden clearings that have been maintained in a beautiful park-like condition, bedeck the landscape. The land includes both spectacular hills and open pastures; all easily accessible by good ranch roads. Water, water, everywhere. Numerous springs bubble up from the ground, feeding streams that eventually flow into Turtle Creek. Several impoundments, including one 5-acre lake stocked with bass, deliver abundant surface water as well as recreational opportunities such as fishing, swimming and paddling. Two water wells with submersible pumps and 2 windmills tap into the groundwater below offering additional water for wildlife or livestock. Plentiful water means plentiful wildlife. In addition to native white-tailed deer that have been improved by genetic introduction and selective harvest, the high-fenced ranch is home to turkeys, fallow deer (white, chocolate and spotted), axis deer, sika deer, blackbuck antelope and aoudad sheep. Numbering about 200, the elk herd is one of the largest in the Hill County. The amenities at the Super A were designed to celebrate the outdoors. A spring-fed swimming pool and waterfall, known as The Grotto, is the perfect way to while away warm afternoons and summer evenings. A state-of-the-art outdoors kitchen as well as a large outdoor fireplace and a fire pit set the stage for casual dining with the ultimate ambiance. The expansive, elevated cherrywood deck that stretches across the back of the main house provides a seamless transition between outdoor and indoor living. The 3-bedroom/3.5-bath house combines native limestone accents, rich wood trim, large windows and high ceilings to create an easy living home that is refined and welcoming. The master bedroom has views of The Grotto and a small spring-fed lake. In addition, a 3-bedroom/2-bath guest house with a large dining area and great room gives friends and extended family a retreat within a retreat. Everyone can gather on the spacious back porch to watch wildlife graze on the nearby hills. A large game room, complete with a pool table, Air Hockey, foosball and more, offers indoor fun as well as additional accommodations. A bedroom and kitchen round out the standalone space. The wildlife infrastructure includes 8 deer blinds, 8 corn feeders, and 6 protein feeders, which will convey with the sale, and a processing barn boasting both a walk-in cooler and walk-in freezer. There are also two equipment barns (40’x130’ and 25’x100’), a horse barn with stalls and livestock pens, so it would be simple to add a livestock element or to convert to a livestock operation. The Super A, carved from the original Lacy Ranch, is a special place with a special story. Home to the Lacy Oak and birthplace of the Blue Lacy, the Texas state dog, each owner has added a new chapter in the ranch’s history. Write your life here. Leave your mark on the land because it will surely leave its mark on you. To experience the Super A Ranch for yourself, call Howard W. Hood at (830) 739-3815. It is available for $26,865,000.
Contact for Price  •  1,101 acres
FOR MORE DETAILS & INFORMATION INFO@ICON.GLOBAL | 214.855.4000 WWW.ICON.GLOBAL Previously listed for $3,600,000 Big Cypress Bayou River Ranch | 1,101 acres | Jefferson, Texas At just over 1,100 acres, Big Cypress Bayou River Ranch offers the ideal blend of fertile pastures, wildlife packed timber woods, live water and big lakes. This includes 2.6 miles of Big Cypress Bayou River and a 75-acre lake. This ranch has been owned by the same family for nearly 30 years and is packed with Texas historical significance. Whether you are seeking a prolific cattle ranch, phenomenal hunting for waterfowl and other game, farming production with abundant water, a recreational haven with fishing, canoeing, horseback riding and a multitude of other family activities, or a little of everything, this property provides it all. Conveniently located on the edge of Jefferson, TX which is affectionately known as The Bed and Breakfast Capital of Texas with over 65 B&Bs. Location: This ranch is situated within Marion County and 2.5 miles from downtown Jefferson, TX. The property is 160 miles east of Dallas, TX and 45 miles west of Shreveport, LA. It is centrally positioned almost equal distance between Lake of The Pines and Caddo Lake. Each lake is located roughly 10-15 miles from the ranch. A mechanic shop, vet and car dealership are all located within a half mile of the front gate. A feed store is located near the north end of the ranch. Jefferson is a tourism destination, with popular attractions including: Jay Gould's Railroad car, the Sterne Fountain, Jefferson Carnegie Library, Excelsior House, the House of the Four Seasons, and the bayous formed by Big Cypress Bayou located in and around the city. Almost every commercial building and house on the main arterial road in Jefferson has a historic marker. Gourmet casual food as well as white tablecloth fine dining, live music and boutique shopping are all prevalent throughout the town. A number of events are held throughout the year including, Mardi Gras Upriver, Diamond Don's Vintage Motocross, History Haunts - and Legends, Historical Pilgrimage, Car Shows, Bigfoot Conference, Taste of Jefferson, Texas Sounds International Country Music Awards, Candlelight Tour of Homes, Quilts on the Bayou quilt show and an annual Civil War re-enactment which is actually performed on Big Cypress Bayou River Ranch. Elevation, Topography, Soils & Foliage: Big Cypress Bayou River Ranch is located within the northern portion of the Piney Woods Eco Region where thick timbered forest is contrasted by plush pastures and abundant water. The ranch predominantly houses large Live Oak, White Oak and Red Oak trees mixed in with mature Pine, Cypress and the occasional Black Walnut trees. The pastures are comprised of various grasses including Coastal Bermuda, Bahia, Yellow Hop and White Clover. The ranch is mostly gentle sloping with approximately 60 of topography variance from 240 above sea level to 180 in the river bottom. The majority of the soils are comprised of fine sandy loams, Wrightsville silt loam and Latch-Mollville. Water: The ranch boasts superb surface and subsurface water. A natural 75-acre lake is one of the defining features of this property. The lake is riddled with magnificent mature cypress trees and is a recreational paradise. The lake is a magnet for migrating waterfowl as well as a permanent home to a diverse number of bird species. A healthy variety of fish inhabit the lake as well as the occasional sunbathing alligator. There is a second 5-acre lake as well as a third lake which is under construction and estimated to be around 15+/- acres upon completion. The property has approximately 2.6 miles of Big Cypress Bayou River frontage. With construction of Lake of the Pines as a flood controlled lake, it has the advantage of a productive river bottom without concern of flooding. This river provides year around live water and many unique features. A paddlefish restoration project is underway within a stretch of the river that borders the ranch. The fishing in the river can be spectacular especially when the White Bass spawn. There is a swimming hole along the banks of the ranch that is estimated to be over 25 deep. You can take a canoe or small vessel directly from the ranch into downtown Jefferson and back via the river. There are 7 additional ponds and 4 water wells located throughout the property. Habitat, Wildlife and Cattle: Big Cypress Bayou River Ranch supports a very productive cattle operation in the 250 300 animal unit range. Most of the ranch is fenced and cross-fenced utilizing 6 strand barbwire and T-posts to create 12 pastures and 2 traps. New fencing was installed in 2000, along with construction of 2 miles of gravel road, from the South to the North across the middle of the ranch. A set of cattle pens, 5 barns, electricity and water are located at the headquarters. An established laneway connects the grazing pastures to the pens. Daily rotational grazing is practiced on the ranch. The cattle herd consists of half-blood Akaushi / Red Angus cross cows paired with Akaushi bulls. The herd is producing Akaushi calves grading Prime. This ranch is also a phenomenal sporting ranch. The waterfowl hunting can be second to none. The Outdoor Pursuit Channel has filmed duck hunting episodes on the ranch over the past 5+ years. The ranch has been in a deer management program for the last 15 years. Free range deer scoring up to 140-150 B&C. A variety of different fishing opportunities are readily available as well as hog and predator hunting. Improvements, Structures & Roads: The residence is a 1900 SQFT home with three bedrooms and 2 baths, with a 4 vehicle carport built in the late 60s and completely refurbished about 10 years ago. Additional notable homes and structural improvements include: 40 x 60 Workshop / Equipment Building 40 x 36 Seven Horse Stall Barn w/ Tack Room 36 x 60 Pole Hay Barn capable of storing approximately 480 - 5 x 6 round bales 20 x 60 Barn w/ Feed Room 36 x 90 Barn w/ Storage Room Other: Over 2 miles of Trammels Trace traverses the property. This was an early Texas trail known to be used by historically significant figures such as Stephen F Austin, Jim Bowie, Davy Crockett and Sam Houston among others. Later it was a stagecoach road between Hughes Springs and Marshall. Artifacts such as old wagon wheels have been found and are still in place along the trail. Minerals & Production: Contact agent for details. Taxes: The property is under an agricultural tax exemption program. This ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Icon Global Group with Briggs Freeman Sothebys International Realty. Buyers Broker must be identified on first contact, must accompany buying prospect on first showing and continue to fully engage in any and all negotiations and communications to qualify for fee participation. Fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the Listing Broker. All prospects will be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing. The information contained herein has been collected from sources deemed reliable, however, Icon Global or its Brokers, Agents or Representatives cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. Prospects, Buyers, Buyers Brokers and Representatives should verify all information and conduct their own diligence, property inspections and document review to their own satisfaction.
Contact for Price  •  1,039 acres
Boasting over a mile of both sides of Verde Creek Ranch, multiple stock ponds, historic improvements, and panoramic views, this plus-or-minus 1,039 acres in Camp Verde, Texas, is rich in history and beauty. Located within the Texas Hill Country just miles from Kerrville, the ranch is just one mile from historic Camp Verde -- a military outpost established in 1856 and famous for the Camel Military Corps, which is now a general store, restaurant, and gathering place for locals and tourists. Upon passing through the gated entrance, visitors are presented with Verde Creek, a gorgeous clear-water stream that carries water even during drought conditions. Shaded by massive cypress trees, the rock-bottom waterway alternates between areas of rapids and small waterfalls to more tranquil pools that spread out between the banks. Approximately three and a half miles of new road construction using stabilized base and culverts to control run off and easy access throughout.These roads lead through a beautiful hard wood valley then to four reclaimed fields, one of which is coastal; past three stock ponds and then to the crest of scenic hilltops that present panoramic views of the valleys surrounding Verde Creek. Historic improvements remain on the property, including a barn from the 1800s, nine hand-dug wells, and an old lime stone settlement house. This historic and scenic property in Kerr County, Texas, must be seen in person to be truly appreciated. Call for a tour today.
$6,699,456  •  697.86 acres
This beautiful property offers multiple opportunities for development or it could be an amazing recreational ranch for an individual seeking close proximity to the growing regional community of Kerrville, Texas. It is a rarity to find a piece of land this size within 5 minutes of everything that the city offers. There are breathtaking views in every direction overlooking town and country and also a creek valley with open fields along the 3500' of Third Creek. Paved access on three different sides of the ranch creates multiple opportunities for division or development, yet the majority of the property is extremely secluded and private. LOCATION: Located on the East side of the city of Kerrville with current entrances to the property on Cypress Creek Rd with 2000' of frontage and Spur 100 with 60' of frontage. The property also has 1700' of frontage on Loop 534. IMPROVEMENTS: There are 3 homes on the property. The main ranch house is rock with really neat architectural features and has 3932 sf. The second home is a 1680 sf farmhouse style home. The third home is a 1044 sf ranch home. (All measurements per Kerr CAD). All of the homes are currently occupied. EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: None WATER: Two water wells supply water. Third Creek traverses the lower elevation of the ranch for 3500' and has two dams for impoundment. A stock tank near the main ranch house holds water in wet times. TERRAIN/HABITAT: Elevations range from 1680' to over 1900'. The nice topography on this property provides long range views with the higher elevations having a nice cover of Juniper, Shin Oak, and Spanish Oak and the lower elevations having Cedar Elm, Pecan, Hackberry, Live Oak, and Juniper. Along the creek bottom and lower fields soils are deeper and loamy and can be utilized for hay and grazing. The two fields are partially terraced and comprise approximately 40 acres. WILDLIFE: Wildlife is diverse and includes white-tailed deer, axis deer, turkey, dove and wild pigs. EASEMENTS: Those of Record MINERALS: None will convey SUMMARY: The investment and recreational opportunities of this property are extraordinary. The proximity to interstate 10 and to the growing city of Kerrville with multiple frontages makes this property a real gem to develop or invest in. Call Anthony to schedule a private showing! 210-854-6365 All information provided is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the State of Texas are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC, Broker. Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC reserves the right to require any or all interested buyer(s) of a particular property to provide proof of financial ability to purchase said property prior to the initial showing or any subsequent showing of the property. Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC also reserves the right to refuse to show a property to a potential buyer for any reason at Simpson Ranches & Land, LLCs sole and absolute discretion.
$2,690,700  •  580.02 acres
Under Contract
Overview: Buck Creek Ranch is an exceptionally structured and well-watered recreational hunting ranch, located in the piney woods of NE Texas. The Cass County property has incredible history of pioneering from the family that has owned it for over 100 years. The 580+/- acres boasts crystal clear springs, most of which, feed a 29+/- acre lake, a wide variety of mature hardwoods, managed plantation pine, diverse plant life and strategically located food plots providing exceptional hunting opportunities for deer, hogs, waterfowl and turkey optimal. Tucked away in the towering pines of Northeast Texas, is an excellent, historic ranch perfectly setup for hunting, fishing, and recreation. There's something for everyone at Buck Creek Ranch, whether you're into deer and turkey hunting, waterfowl, bass fishing, mountain biking or hiking on nearly 7 miles of trails, or just exploring in the woods, you'll never run out of activities for you and the family. For day trips, one could tour Caddo State Park (only 35 min from ranch) or for some good dining enjoy some BBQ at Joseph's Riverport BBQ in Jefferson, 5-D Cattle Co. Steakhouse in Avinger, or enjoy a nice evening out at Enoch's Stomp Winery in Harleton, TX (45 min from ranch). Location: Buck Creek Ranch is located at 945 FM 130, ~5 miles west of the quaint town of Linden, Texas, home of Don Henley and only 19 miles SW of Atlanta, TX. From Dallas, the drive is ~ 150 +/- miles (2 hr. 30 min); from Shreveport, the drive is ~64 miles (1 hr and 5 min.). Airports: Atlanta NDB ATA 347: 18 miles from ranch. Mt. Pleasant Regional Airport KOSA: 39.5 miles from ranch. History: Buck Creek Ranch is rich with history. The owner's family settled and homesteaded the property back in 1919 and their parents acquired their first tract from her in the early 1930's. They then built a 2-room log cabin overlooking the spring-fed lake. The cabin was built with timbers harvested from the lake site, hewn and milled right there on the property. The family lived here and worked the land through the mid-century years and eventually built the main house out near FM 130. During those years the land took on many different uses from harvesting timber, to sharecropping, then to raising cattle, and eventually planted in pine timber. Along with the original cabin, which has been updated and added onto throughout the years, the original "potato shed" can still be found near the shop SW of the lake. This shed was built to store potatoes, corn, and used as a smokehouse as well. Like most centennial ranches, this one has a unique fingerprint of its predecessors, but plenty of room for new memories for years to come. Directions: From Dallas- take I-30 east for 114 miles then take exit 160 for US-271/TX 49 toward Mt. Pleasant. Turn south onto US-271 for 0.4 mi then bear left on TX-49 E/W Ferguson Rd. Continue on TX-49 for ~19 mi into Daingerfield. Then left a left on TX-11 E and continue east for 18.5 mi. then take a left onto FM 130. Follow FM 130 to the north for ~1.1 mi., the entrance to the ranch is on the right. Improvements: Buck Creek Ranch is a turnkey property with 3 homes spread out on the property. The main home is located on the west side of the ranch along FM 130. Main House- The main home is a 2,500+/- SF (3 BR, 1.5BA) with propane stove and hot water heater, electric HVAC and updated throughout. Along with the main home there is a 46'x16' RV cover and a 30'x20' outbuilding for convenience. Log Cabin- This was the original homestead of the property, built in 1933 on Skelton Lake, which has been added onto and updated several times since construction. The cabin is ~900+/- SF (1BR, 1BA) and sleep up to 4. It has modern conveniences such as electric stove and water heater, screened in porch, propane heat and wood burning stove. Along with the cabin there is a storage building and fishing pier as well. Cottage- The cottage (1BR, 1.5 BR) is another home that was added in the 90's overlooking the southcentral portion of Skelton Lake and sleeps 4. It has a full kitchen, screened in porch, new septic system, all electric and also has its own storage building and fishing pier as well. Shop- 64'x45' Shop on a concrete slab with 64'x22' lean too. Pole Barn- 64'x60' wood frame Surface Water: The ranch features exceptional recreational surface water with a 29+ac lake as the centerpiece of the property. Skelton Lake was built in 1929 with mules pulling timber out on sleds and dug with an old dragline. Its builders even had the forethought of putting in a well-built concrete spillway. The lake is stocked with Black Bass, Crappie, Coppernose Bluegill, various other panfish and baitfish and provides an incredible ~1.7 miles of shoreline. The lake also doubles as an excellent resource for waterfowl both in the fall and the spring. Nearly 1,800' of Buck Creek runs through the ranch to feed the lake, then run off on the Northeast boundary. Buck Creek is a substantial, year-round creek that is lined with century old hardwoods, Cypress and Birch trees. An additional 4,000' of spring-fed creeks can be found traversing the ranch providing reliable water for wildlife and recreation. Wildlife & Fisheries: In terms of wildlife, Buck Creek Ranch has it all. The topography, diverse, and thick cover provides an excellent habitat for deer growth. Native forbs such as beautyberry, green briar, pokeweed, Chickasaw plum, goldenrod, muscadine, and other prime forage can be found across the ranch, mostly in the successional regrowth along the abundant edge and amongst the mature pine. In addition to forbs, soft mast such as wild plum and persimmon are also common. The phenomenal cover also provides habitat for Eastern Turkeys and other animals. There are several prepared food plot areas, and many more that can be easily developed to supplement the native habitat the ranch provides. The property's water assets provide waterfowl hunting opportunities as well. Along with duck hunting, the 29+/- acre lake also provides incredible bass fishing. Cypress trees were brought in from Caddo decades ago and added around the lake which gives it the unique feel that can only be found in this part of East Texas. Timber: The ranch not only features incredible recreational attributes, but also income producing ones as well. Buck Creek's ~266+/- acres of 21-year-old plantation Loblolly Pine will be ready for thinning again soon and can potentially provide a new owner with future income for the next ~10-12 years. With ~80 acres in Loblolly Pine that was planted in ~2016, this will be available for supplemental income within the next ~7-9 years as well. The ranch also has near ~185 acres of native hardwood and mixed pine stands which boasts abundant White Oak and Red Oak varieties, Black walnut, Hickory, Dogwood, maple, elm, and some sweet gum. The amount of acorn mast provided by the native oaks on this property is astounding and certainly play a strong role in how wildlife uses this property. Topography: The topography is undulating throughout the ranch with significant elevation changes surrounding the creeks and ridges on the property. The ranch has a high point of ~390 feet above sea level and a low of ~255 feet above sea level. Easements: Two main electrical easements: one runs along the north portion of the property and the second through the middle portion of the ranch. There are also two shorter easements for service lines to cabins, shop and main house. Utilities: Electricity is provided by Bowie Cass Electric Cooperative, and water provided by Western Cass WS and a deep water well. Taxes: $3,837.33 per the Cass CAD. The ranch has a timber management plan in place and has a timber Ag exemption. Minerals: Ask Broker for details. Asking Price: $2,690,700 ($4,641.43/acre) Contact: Stephen Schwartz - Agent, 903-738-7882 Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.
$10,995,000  •  471 acres
Deemed a nature preserve since the 1950's by previous owners, this ranch has over a mile of cypress lined, rock bottom Little Blanco River frontage with amazing distant views, and plenty of fields with rich soil and healthy grasses that are perfect for grazing livestock and much more. Throughout the property are large mature oak and pecan trees, as well as some cedar groves, creating cooling shade and a beautiful habitat for an abundance of local wildlife such as deer, turkey and foxes. There are four water wells on the property, some interior roads, and two older homes. Easy access. The ranch is a 50-minute drive to San Antonio's International Airport and just over an hour to Austin's International Airport. It can be sold as one parcel or can be divided. The sellers will work closely with buyers to construct light restrictions via a conservation easement to preserve the integrity of the property and the river.
Contact for Price  •  393 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 393± Water: Creeks County: Kerr Nearest City: Kerrville Distance: Minutes Features: 2 Cypress-line, Crystal-Clear Creeks 2 Cozy Rustic Cabins 2 Water Wells Paved Access Fields for Food Plots Free Roaming Exotic Wildlife
Contact for Price  •  367 acres
Lake Travis Ranch is a spectacular 367 acres in Travis County with nearly 11,000 feet of deep water and easily accessible waterfront on Lake Travis. Nothing comparable; perfect location with massive waterfront views. Several options to buy from 21.5 acres to the full 367 acres. Location: At the confluence of the Colorado and Pedernales River arms of Lake Travis, this ranch lies on the inside bend of the rivers and across the lake from the Bluffs at Pace Bend Park, between the cities of Marble Falls and Lago Vista. Lake Travis Ranch is only an hour northwest of Downtown Austin, two hours north of Downtown San Antonio, and less than 3 hours from DFW and Houston. Land: Roughly 367 acres with approximately 2 miles of pristine Lake Travis waterfront, beautiful rolling hills with gentle access down to the water, grasslands, and an abundance of healthy oaks. The highest elevation point on the ranch is 804' which provides sunrise views across the lake of the massive cliffs of Pace Bend Park and the mouth of the Pedernales River arm. Views up river include the Colorado River arm of Lake Travis with Wild Cat Mountain in the distance. Abundant wildlife on the ranch includes whitetail deer, turkey, dove, and song birds. Trees on the property include; cypress, elm, mature live oaks, post oaks, and many other hardwoods. Farmland: According to USDA Natural Resources Conservation Services there are approximately 44.4 acres of prime farmland 78.5% of it (34.84 acres) consisting of Pedernales Fine Sandy Loam (PdC) in the heart of the property. Water: Wells in area are of good quality per Texas Water Development Board reports. Based off TWDB data; wells within 2000 feet of property boundary produce on average 39.5 gallons/minute at an average depth of 236 feet. We are co brokering with Mark Fox Company.
$1,895,000  •  346 acres
Big Cypress ranch is an ideal property for recreation, raising cattle and horses. This ranch has future development potential with 1850 feet of road frontage on HWY 190. The custom home is located on the Northside of the property. The custom home is over 5100 square feet with five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, two-car carport. Located near the home is a large equipment barn. The property is fenced and cross fenced perfect for raising cattle and horses. There is a 14 stall horse barn with automatic waters, office and tack room. Fully fenced roping/riding arena. Perfect turnkey ranch located only minutes from Woodville.
$3,500,000  •  327 acres
Under Contract
The historic Lakes of Danbury is perhaps the finest private bass fishery in the entire State. For years the property was managed as a private fishing club with hundreds of notable members including many Houston athletes from the Astros and Oilers. It was turned into a private ranch and has been managed as an amazing fishery and duck hunting property for the current owners. This property could remain as a private ranch, but also has tremendous potential to be a viable business property with a great stream of income for the right buyers. Location: The gate entrance is approximately one mile from the town of Danbury on County Road 602. It is also located about 45 miles from downtown Houston. Habitat: Lakes of Danbury is dominated by large fishing lakes and duck hunting ponds. The crown jewel of the property is a 126 acre bass fishing lake historically known to be one of the premier private bass fisheries in the State. There are also four smaller bass fishing lakes that are between 20 acres and 28 acres each. In addition, there are three ponds that have been developed into duck hunting ponds that range from 10 acres to 17 acres. There are also multiple small ponds utilized as fishing ponds and ponds to raise forage to feed to the bass lakes. Surrounding the lakes are stands of Live Oaks, Cypress and Elms. Wildlife: The bass fishing lakes are all stocked with largemouth bass with Florida strains running throughout the lakes. They are also stocked with copper nose bluegill, redear sunfish and crappie. Each lake is designed and managed to create different fisheries, with some having lots of fish for easy fishing for kids and others being managed for a trophy fishery. The duck hunting ponds can be managed to dry in the summer to grow grasses that attract ducks and the water levels can be managed. This brings in a myriad of waterfowl in the winter. This area is generally known as excellent duck hunting with multiple duck hunting properties in the area. Other wildlife includes occasional deer and hogs, good dove hunting, great alligator hunting and lots of amazing water birds including eagles and Ospreys. Improvements: There is a main lodge centrally located that was built in 2015. It is 6,000 s.f. with two downstairs bedrooms and three bedrooms upstairs. Each bedroom has a private bathroom. There is a large open kitchen combined with the living room with high ceilings and granite top counters. The lodge is fully stocked with furniture and also includes a large mud room, office and great garage attached to the building. Two of the upstairs bedrooms have outdoor patios overlooking the lakes. Not only is this lodge an excellent home place for a family, it was also designed to be an excellent housing place if the property is turned back into a club. For additional sleeping quarters, there is a 900 s.f. log cabin with two bedrooms and small living area with kitchen. This cabin sits on one of the small fishing lakes designed for kids to be able to fish from shore. There is also a stand-alone restroom facility, six RV hookups, several pole barns for equipment storage, a covered boat house with six boat slots on main lake, covered fish holding vats, multiple docks and landscaping and water systems. Equipment: Equipment includes tractors, shredders, tools, riding mowers, boats w/ trolling motors and much more. Water One of the outstanding features of the Lakes of Danbury are the outstanding riparian water rights for pumping out of Austin Bayou. There are over 622 acre feet of deeded water rights per year, and there are two newly designed pump stations with diesel pumps set up to accomplish this. It is virtually impossible to gain these type of water rights in Texas anymore and they are very valuable. Austin Bayou is the eastern boundary of the property, and there is over 1.5 miles of frontage on the bayou. This bayou runs year-round and runs into Bastrop Bay downstream from Lakes of Danbury. There is a new water well for the lodge and entertainment areas centrally located between the lakes. Electricity: Electricity is found throughout the property, including access to the fishing lakes to allow for keeping trolling motors charged. Minerals: None available and there is no production. Other: There are few recreational properties that have the potential for income that can compare to the Lakes of Danbury. The vaunted name still carries a real cachet in the sporting world around the country, and the right buyer can take advantage of its historic potential.
$3,520,000  •  280 acres
Hidden along the banks of the Neches River on a historic high point is Bear Mans Bluff Ranch. The stewards of this ranch have transformed the land into an idyllic family retreat that features the highest end of authentic Texas ranch lifestyle. The main lodge sits overlooking the river, surrounded by massive oaks and cypress trees. Sitting on the porch carries owners and guests to a simpler time, while offering extensive comfort and convenience. Miles of trails, a beautiful bass lake, a river fishing dock and multiple other amenities make this ranch one of the finest offerings to be found in Texas. Location: The ranch is located 6 miles north of Silsbee Texas and is located at the end of the road for the ultimate in privacy. Habitat: Bear Mans Bluff Ranch is place where multiple habitats converge; from longleaf pine forests, cypress filled bayous, and hardwood bottomlands. The mixture of tree species is incredible, dominated by tremendous cypress and red oaks, but includes other old growth trees on the ranch such as water oaks, elms, dogwoods, magnolias, gum and pine, just to name a few. Years of clearing and planting native trees and grasses and engineering the roads and water supplies around the ranch is truly unique and amazing. The surrounding properties are primarily large wooded tracts and no other structures are visible off of the property. Across the Neches river, the land is all part of thousands of acres of the Big Thicket National Preserve. A unique feature of this ranch is that during the winter, much of the property is surrounded by water among the cypress trees as it winds it way throughout the area. During the summer months, the water recedes and the understory becomes a beautiful grassland which is mowed and maintained. Approximately 180 acres of the ranch has had most of the understory removed to create a park like setting with large trees and good grasses. The northern half of the ranch has remained relatively untouched and is dominated by pines and thicker brush creating a privacy boundary and refuge for wildlife. Wildlife: White-tailed deer are abundant on the property and during the winter months, it is a haven for migrating ducks finding refuge amongst the flooded timber. Eagles and Ospreys are common in the area and a multitude of shore birds make their home here. Other wildlife includes hogs, predators, and many species of song birds. Improvements: The housing complex all includes top of the line appliances, custom furniture, high ceilings, AV systems that are the absolute best, flat screens televisions all over the improvements, HVAC system, and immaculate landscaping everywhere. All the attention to detail really has to be seen to be appreciated. The main lodge at Bear Man Bluff Ranch is a custom Western Heritage style lodge (approx. 6,000 S.F.), using large scale elements with expansive decks and cypress beams. The lodge is positioned on the bluff overlooking the river and forest. The great hall in the lodge is a combination of living room and dining room with towering ceilings and exposed beams and ducts creating a dramatic setting. The room includes a large custom dining table, large stone fireplace and unique wooden bar. Next to the great hall is a full kitchen with gas stove and island layout with fine granite table tops. Accessed from the outside are three spacious bedrooms with full baths that all lead out to outdoor porches. All the bedrooms are impeccably furnished and the bathrooms all have decorative sinks with fixtures. Note; the housing on the property did NOT flood during Harvey. Just next door to the main lodge is the similarly constructed two story Guest House (approx. 6,000 S.F.) . Upon entry downstairs is a spacious dining and living area connecting four downstair bedrooms each with their own full bath. A fully equipped kitchen includes all updated appliances and a breakfast bar. Just outside the living space is a covered porch which is the main entrance to the downstairs quarters. Upstairs is accessed by stairs on the outside of the building and includes two spacious bedrooms with full baths and is centered by a living area with a small kitchen. The grounds surrounding the two main structures is beautifully fenced and includes a 5,000 s.f. outdoor pavilion with a historic large fireplace (This restored fireplace was from an original structure that had been built on the property many years ago), built in grill, television and stereo system. A large dock overlooking the river has classic wooden furniture and a gas fire pit for romantic evenings on the water. There is also a two car garage with upstairs storage located just outside of the compound. Other improvements include; guest house/managers house separated from the main compound. full barn and shop with 200 amp service. skeet range with two Lincoln throwers on a tower. fenced in orchard with irrigation. three bay cedar constructed boat house. concrete boat ramp to the river and outdoor picnic pavilion overlooking the river. immaculate granite roads throughout the property. The equipment to operate the property includes, bulldozers, tractors w/ implements, an excavator, dump truck, tree spade and dozens of smaller implements and tools. The property also includes the requisite ranch toys such as golf carts, canoes, boats and other equipment to keep the entire family enjoying the great outdoors. Approximately 78 acres on the northern border is under a Conservation Easement for continued protection and privacy. Water: The property lies on the bank of the Neches River and a tributary known as Bear Man Lake. Running through the middle of the property is Little Black Creek forming the environment for the hundreds of large cypress trees on the property. The bridge running over the creek to access the lodge was engineered to create another lovely lake that contains catfish and crappie. A four acre trophy bass lake on the property includes a fishing dock, boat ramp and has been stocked with Coppernose Bluegill, Redear Sunfish and a mixture of pure strain Florida bass and F-1 hybrids. A 250’ deep water well provides all of the water for the irrigation and keeping the bass lake full. A smaller well is utilized for the homes. Electricity: Electric service is conveniently located on the property with many of the lines buried to retain the open feel of the ranch. History: Bear Mans Bluff is a known high point along the Neches River that was originally settled before the Civil War and was utilized as a harbor for trade with boats moving up and down the river. Steamboats would dock at the bluff to exchange fuel wood for various sundries and goods from traders who travelled the Old Spanish trail which crossed the river nearby. During the Civil War, the property was known to harbor mystery men who kept hidden but commonly left out bear meat for the steamboat captains who would leave bread, bacon and other staples. These men became known as the “bear men” and ultimately the area became Bear Mans Bluff. In the early 20th century, the property was used as a ferry point to cross the river and was a busy port until it was later moved further downstream. Afterwards it became a recreational property known for its high point off of the river and several old lodges were built for entertaining many guests.
$6,450,000  •  213.44 acres
Located in one of the most endeared areas of the Texas Hill Country is Camp Flaming Arrow. Camp Flaming Arrow has been owned and operated by the YMCA of Greater San Antonio for nearly a century. Acquired by the YMCA in 1926, Camp Flaming Arrow has nurtured campers and created memories for untold numbers of youth for decades. With over 2,100’ of accessible frontage on the south fork of the Guadalupe River, camp improvements concentrated near the riverfront area and the vast remainder of the uplands undeveloped beyond horseback and hiking trails, the ranch is well suited to continue under new stewardship as a camp, a private riverfront ranch or possibly further developed into multiple river oriented properties. Location and Access: The property is located at the end of Flaming Arrow Road with the turn off from Hwy. 39 being just 2.7 miles out of Hunt, TX. Driving distance to Kerrville is 15.9 miles; to San Antonio is a quick 81 miles and to Austin is only 119 miles. Range, Habitat and Topography: The ranch’s riverfront is accessible and lined with mature bald cypress; moving off the river, the ranch has 4 primary canyons and one secondary canyon breaking away from multiple ridges and hilltops. These natural areas are typical of this part of the Hill Country with great topography (over 320’ of relief with a high point at 2,100 feet above sea level), woodlands and meadows. A special feature is Mt. Vesper, a spectacular overlook with a commanding view of the camp, the river and the broader Guadalupe River Valley. Tree species found on the ranch include bald cypress, live oak, shin oak, cedar elm, pecan, walnut, Spanish Oak, cherry, hackberry, juniper and others. Wildlife: Native white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, some exotics, varmints and songbirds can be found on the property. Water: The ranch has about 2,112 feet of accessible frontage on the south fork of the Guadalupe River including several improved locations. The ranch has one water well along with storage and pumping facilities serving all of the improvements. The ranch has a large inground swimming pool. Improvements: The property contains ample building improvements utilized in support of its long-standing summer overnight youth camp activities. These improvements include: Camper cabins, Staff cabins and homes, Strong Hall recreational building with offices and meeting rooms, Boyden Lodge dining hall, Equestrian facilities, Swimming pool, Other recreational areas including field sports, ropes course, boat dock, rope swing, water slide, swim dock, etc. Infirmary, Other outbuildings and a shop. Other: The camp is in operation during the Summer of 2021 through August 20, 2021. Minerals: Seller’s owned minerals are negotiable. Taxes: The current ownership is a tax exempt entity. Contact broker for more information. Asking Price: $6,450,000.00
$765,000  •  201.5 acres
Perfect for ducks & other waterfowl. ATV trails run through the woods, across a new bridge, under towering trees w/beautiful elevation changes.
Contact for Price  •  154 acres
154 ± Acres Almost a mile of Trinity River frontage 3 large ponds ranging from 2-8± acres 2,835± sq/ft main house with 3BR/2BA 3,000± sq/ft game room Foreman’s house Mature Cypress, Cottonwoods and Oaks Lush pastures for grazing and hay production 30± minutes from Houston
$700,000  •  142.29 acres
Under Contract
The McCann River Ranch features a historic rock home on diverse habitat and rangelands including a 1/4 mile stretch of both sides of the Sabinal River and its associated riparian habitat. From towering cypress trees along the river to diverse trees, brush and grasses on the uplands, this ranch provides opportunities for both recreational and agricultural uses. Location: Located just west of Sabinal, TX, the ranch is accessible from CR 386 on the north side and via an easement from Hwy. 90 on the south side. The ranch is approximately 65 miles west of San Antonio. Water: The ranch has both sides of the Sabinal River for approximately 1,278 feet with deep holes and towering cypress trees. There is a small pond in the southwest corner when adequate moisture is present. There is one water well. The ranch also benefits from treated water that is piped (per an easement agreement with the City of Sabinal) into a creek drainage on the northern end of the ranch, flowing for approximately 290’ before continuing into the neighbor. This provides an additional source of water for wildlife and livestock. Topography, Rangeland and Habitat: Complementing the riparian habitat (with towering cypress and other bottomland flora) associated with the river and creek that stretches across the entirety of the ranch, the majority of the uplands feature a diverse array of trees (including live oaks, hackberry, mature mesquite), quality brush and grasses providing cover and forage for wildlife and livestock alike. Approximately 23 acres in the southwest corner is somewhat mature regrowth offering up the opportunity for a dove field or other restoration projects. Agriculture: The ranch has incorporated livestock into its overall management plan over the years. There is a set of working pens. Wildlife and Hunting: The ranch is home to populations of white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, quail, feral hogs and other wildlife. Nearby and neighboring farms provide wildlife forage at times and make the ranch a great refuge for both migrating and local wildlife populations. Improvements: The historic rock home was most likely built in the second half of the 1800s. The home has three bedrooms and an interior bathroom plus a second bathroom accessed from the porch as well as a tack/storage room. There are several additional barns and outbuildings on the ranch plus a sea container for storage. There is a set of pipe working pens. History: Historically, the ranch was part of the Rheiner Ranch, originally developed by John Peter Rheiner, a Swiss immigrant. His daughter, Mariette (“Ettie”), married John Nance Garner in 1895 (supposedly in the historic ranch house). John Nance Garner (aka “Cactus Jack”) served in a variety of elected positions, ultimately serving as the 32nd Vice President of the United States from 1933 to 1941 and Ettie was the 2nd Lady. Area Attractions: No visit to Sabinal is complete without a taco from Nora’s Tacos, known far and wide as one of the best taco houses in Texas. Nearby is the Frio River and Concan offering river oriented activities and much more. The ranch’s location is between Hondo and Uvalde with both communities offering more extensive shopping, trading and dining options (including HEB’s in both towns). Other: The ranch is appraised for ad valorem taxes under 1D1-Ag valuation on its open space. Seller’s owned minerals, if any, will convey. Asking Price: Asking $700,000
Contact for Price  •  138 acres
It is a rare opportunity to own a private Preserve that is this far along on natural diversity succession. Wild Mercury Preserve, a living natural laboratory which has been carefully managed for enhancing natural habitat for decades which has resulted in a wide diversity of native wildlife. The seller looking for a new owner that can continue the legacy of restoration and study on Wild Mercury Preserve.
$1,625,000  •  130 acres
The Big Sprig Ranch is an outstanding recreational property just outside of Danbury, Texas and is located only 47 miles from downtown Houston. The ranch includes a modern lodge sitting over two fishing lakes and includes 3 duck hunting lakes and several smaller ponds used for raising stocker fish for the main bass lake, and a long-range shooting facility. This is a beautiful ranch with outstanding fishing and waterfowl hunting that is in a great area, easy to reach for a weekend away from the city or duck hunting trip before work. Location: The property is just 3 miles southeast of Danbury Texas on the paved County Road 210. Topography: The property includes a 25 acre home compound with two large fishing lakes, shop/barn, home and an orchard. There are three duck hunting ponds, eight fish rearing ponds, and a 12-acre shooting range. Kings Creek creates the boundary on the south line. Properties to the north and west are private duck hunting and fishing properties and property to the south and east is farmland. Wildlife: This area is well known for its outstanding waterfowl hunting and reputation for great fishing lakes. The property is only a few miles west of the Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge and the coast, which allows it to hold great numbers of ducks, geese and cranes during the hunting season. There are hogs and deer on the property as well as some of the best migratory bird populations in the State. Improvements: A two-story 4,800 sq. ft. Austin Chalk lodge overlooks the fishing lakes. The lodge has 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths and is finished out for the most discriminating tastes with large living room, kitchen and fireplace as well as screened in back porch and comes fully furnished. The main room has a towering ceiling and incorporates the den, kitchen and dining room into one large great room. There are three bedrooms downstairs and a kids bedroom upstairs with a game room on second floor overlooking the main great room. The home also has a large enclosed garage and mudroom. There is a new 30×30 gazebo located on an island in the front lake with a 200’ bridge to access from the lodge with its own television and dish setup and a fireplace. The approximate 25 acre home compound is entirely hog fenced and includes a new steel pole barn for storing tractors and equipment and an enclosed air conditioned work shop. Around the compound there are multiple other amenities such as a unique swimming pool (which is filled by well upon arrival and drained when you leave; no chemicals or filters!), horseshoe pits, bocce court and an in-ground trampoline. The house area is well manicured and includes an orchard of citrus trees, lots of live oaks, cypress and irrigated garden. All of the duck hunting ponds have water canals to add water and drainage systems to allow for keeping the ideal depth of water for waterfowl hunting. There are also multiple duck blinds throughout the property. The big water well can service the entire ranch via canal system. The fishing lakes are stocked with bluegill, redear, hybrid blue/channel catfish and largemouth bass. The lakes have multiple fish feeders and planted large cypress and live oaks along the banks. The fishing is absolutely terrific. The smaller lake has catfish and bass. The larger lake is bass, redear, bluegill and threadfin shad. There are seven small lakes that are currently used to raise bass, bluegill and tilapia to maintain the main fishing lakes and sell baitfish that are not used by the owner. They include fish feeders and are currently stocked. There is also a system to overwinter broodstock tilapia in the shop. There is a 500-yard rifle range with an air-conditioned shooting house, handgun range and five-stand skeet area that has been built for firearm enthusiasts. There is another shooting stand to make the range 750 yds. The property also conveys lots of equipment including tractors, mowers, boat, skeet throwers and multiple smaller tools and implements to run the ranch. Water: This property is watered through a canal system that extends water throughout the property. The canal is fed through a deep irrigation water well that is operated on a diesel pump. There is also a separate electric water well for the home. As a backup, water is available for purchase through the farmers water canal system. Electricity: Electric lines run from the county road to the lodge.
$2,895,000  •  100 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 100± Water: 3 Creeks, Lake County: Bandera Nearest City: Bandera Distance: Minutes Features: Newly Constructed Lake Cypress-Lined Creek 2 Dams 2 More Spring-Fed Creeks Exotics Big Neighbors Paved Access
$1,750,000  •  97 acres
The 97 acre Indian Creek Ranch, located just five miles west of Bandera, offers all the attributes of a Hill Country gem. The Cypress and Sycamore lined Indian Creek flows through the ranch providing year round use by wildlife and recreationalists. The creek is dammed in two locations providing deep pools and waterfall features. The landscape is made up of Hardwood motts and grass covered fields with rolling topography rising to its highest elevation on the southern boundary.
$939,000  •  33.67 acres
Under Contract
Excellent Improved Live Water Ranch. Strong Flowing Crystal Clear Creek Frontage. 5 Bedroom - 4 Bathroom Two-Story Ranch Home. Scenic Setting. Mountain Views. Wrap-Around Porches. Manicured Yard shaded by Pecan and Cypress. Excellent Full-Time Living , Hunting and Recreational Ranch or Livestock Ranch
$549,000  •  22 acres
Under Contract
Camping, Glamping, Building, Grilling or Chilling, this is the perfect place to slow the pace of life! Absolutely amazing opportunity awaits. Agua Vida is currently Wildlife Tax Exempt and according to the Bandera County Appraisal District, taxes for 2020 were only $26.78! Incredible!