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Contact for Price  •  5,700 acres
Back Porch Ranch is situated in the Texas Hill Country, approximately two and a half hours west of San Antonio or one-hour east of Del Rio.  Starting with a blank slate, the current owners have spent the last 13 years transforming the property into what it is today, a first-class Texas hunting and recreational getaway. Opportunities to entertain are endless with the Back Porch at Elk Lodge, sitting in the Saloon, the African Palapa or on the skeet deck with your friends. With many miles of ranch roads and scenic views, you never tire of the beauty and wildlife.  Land: The Ranch is comprised mostly of exceptional Texas Hill Country that has been sculpted and improved by the select removal of many acres of cedar, leaving a park like setting on the rolling hills. Several species of Oak are found plus elm, sycamore, mesquite, Texas persimmon and other species native to the area. Several wet weather creeks traverse the Ranch adding to the allure and holding water in pools which are a magnet to the game. Another feature of the Ranch is Indian Mountain, at 2118 ft, a prominent local landmark and the highest point in the area, which is visible for miles. Valleys and fields dot the landscape and are accessible by improved ranch roads throughout. A 4000’ paved and hi-fenced runway has just been completed for your convenience.  Adjoining ranches are most like size with the eastern and southern neighbor being 50,000+ acres. Wildlife: The wildlife on the Ranch have been heavily managed since purchase. Driving through the Ranch you will see both native and exotic game which include whitetail, axis, black buck, spring buck, oryx, aoudad, dove and Rio Grande turkey. The Ranch has never been commercially hunted and use has been limited to family, friends and hunts donated to several conservation groups. These include National Wild Turkey Federation, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Texas Wildlife Association and others. RMEF has auctioned off donated hunts to the Ranch for world class Rio Grande Turkey for the last 10 years. The Ranch is mostly hi-fenced with some small sections being strategically left low fenced. Improvements: The improvements on Back Porch Ranch are so vast it is hard to find a place to start.  The Owners Home:  Incredible views abound from the recently remodeled hill-top rock construction home. 3 Master Suites, 4 baths, the Main Master Suite features a copper tub and huge walk-in shower. Other features include large kitchen, stone fireplace in the living-room, wrap-around porches, multi-level deck with jacuzzi, and large palapa carport.  The Elk Lodge:  Rock construction hunting lodge reminiscent of hunts gone by. Great room with stone fireplace and cathedral ceiling, nine bedrooms, 4 baths, commercial kitchen, media room, office and utility room. Covered porches, huge rock patio with firepit, grills, and waterfall with flowing creek in a park-like setting. One step onto the relaxing back porch and you will see where this ranch got its name. The Saloon:  10,000 Sq Ft newly constructed- The Saloon has 12 individual high quality lockers for hunters, custom antique saloon bar with dual TVs, refrigeration, beer taps, storage, entertainment stage, 25’ shuffleboard table, mesquite furniture, merchandise room that resembles an old jail, and 2 restrooms. Commercial Kitchen with 2 side by side fridges and a walk-in cooler. Trophy Room with Wine Grotto and taxidermy from all over the world plus murals painted by award winning artist, Calvin Carter. Outside is landscaped with lantern-lined walkways which provide access to the Elk Lodge and African Palapa.  African Palapa:  Stone fireplace, and bar area with wet bar and refrigeration, completely furnished overlooking a beautiful oak covered creek bottom. Other improvements: Managers home, 4/2 Three Hunters cabins, 1/1 with bunk beds Skeet Deck / Palapa with 2 skeet throwers Rifle Range / Palapa-range has targets up to 300 yards Equipment Barn-partially enclosed and fully covered Livestock pens and Barn Feed Silo-23 tons Game Processing area with walk-in cooler/freezer Ponds that hold water year around 20 water wells, most with electric submersible pumps 17 Atascosa Wildlife hunting blinds with 14 protein and 19 corn feeders 4,000’ paved runway, hi-fenced All Ranch equipment and vehicles  Most furnishings, and most wildlife taxidermy
$10,000,000  •  2,000 acres
Flat Rock Ranch encompasses 2,000 +/- acres and is located in the southeastren portion of Edwards County, Texas. The property lies directly west of Camp Wood and is bordered by the Nueces River along the east side, Camp Wood Hills subdivision on the north and large ranches on the west and south sides of the property. The ranch is located in the southern end of the Edwards plateau eco-region. School District: Nueces Canyon ISD Location: Approximately 4 miles west of Camp Wood. Road Frontage: Approx. 175 ft. along county road. Stocking Rate: Current rate - 31 acres per AU/yr. Water: 2 miles of Nueces River frontage with “thousand rock swimming hole” on ranch side of river. 3 well total - 1 electric 17gpm/1 hand-dug 7gpm/1 electric low flow well. 1 concrete reservoir - approximately 16,000 gallons with new water system connected to this reservoir. Pastures: 4 with 2 traps; (Approx. 150 acres in cultivation - oats, wheat, hay, grazer). Vegetation: A. Trees/brush: Live Oak, Pecan, Ashe Juniper, Texas Persimmon, Agarita, Prickly Pear, Knife-Leaf Condalia, and Spanish Oak along with many other species. Large old oaks in the river bottom. B. Grasses: Little Bluestem, Sidecoats Grama, Texas Wintergrass, Buffalo Grass, and Curly Mesquite along with many other species native to the Nueces Canyon River basin. Fences: Game fence along west and north sides (very good condition); New and reworked livestock fence along the south side; Livestock fence along river (east side) (3,800 feet new and balance in fair condition). Some new cross fence. Soils: Soils are deep along the river transitioning to shallow/rocky along the west side of the ranch. Wildlife: The ranch contains many species of wildlife including: Whitetail Deer, Axis Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Bobwhite Quail, Mourning and Whitewing Dove, Fox, Bobcat, Raccoon, Ringtail Cat, Feral Hogs, and Javelina. Hunting: Seasonally leased for past 9 years under game management. Terrain: The ranch terrain is flat to rolling then climbing to steep hills on the west end. Improvements: The main ranch house is 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths, and contains approx. 1750 sqft.. There are two older ranch houses both 2 bedroom with one bath. Both are currently used as houses for hunters. Pens/Corrals: 2 Barns: 1 (approx. 50 ft. x 30 ft.). Water Permit Available: 250 acre/feet per year. Taxes: $1,767.96 with 1-D-1 Ag. Use. Price: $10,000,000 Note: The Seller makes no representation as to the past, current or future presence of anthrax or live oak wilt or related diseases on the property. Seller makes no representation as to the quantity or quality of water on the property. Seller makes no representation to the presence of endangered species or hazardous waste on the property. The property sells “As Is” without warranty except title. Buyers should use due diligence and obtain answers to any questions they may have about the property.
$2,850,000  •  1,500 acres
INTRODUCTION: In the same family for about 100 years, the Double B Ranch is easily one of the best combination livestock and hunting ranches ever offered for sale in Spectacular Southwest Texas. Located in north-central Edwards County, the ranch exhibits some of the most desirable aspects of the western Hill Country, nearby West Texas, and the southern Edwards Plateau. The flat to gently rolling topography allows easy access for livestock and hunters to every part of the ranch, and the cover provides essential browse and protection for White-tail deer, livestock, and other game. HISTORY: Edwards County was created in 1858 out of Bexar County and was finally organized in 1883, with Rocksprings established as the county seat in 1891. Indians raiding out of Mexico during this period were especially troublesome to pioneer settlers as this area was a prime hunting ground teeming with deer, turkey and other game. In the national depression of the 1890s, the prices of wool dropped to 5 per pound and cattle to $12 per head. But ranching by then was well enough established that cattle, sheep and especially Angora goats (which produce Mohair) dominated the economy of the area for the next one hundred years. Rocksprings became the center of the national Mohair Industry and still claims the title The Mohair Capital of the World. Only in recent years has the superabundant White-tail deer populations, along with introduced exotic game, allowed hunting to challenge ranching as the dominant industry. One of the current owners of the ranch is a granddaughter of the ranch pioneers who acquired what is now the Double B in 1925. Other descendants of the family continue to own adjacent and other ranches in Edwards County. Most of the Double Bs neighboring ranches are are still owned by descendants of other early ranch families.
$5,148,000  •  936 acres
The Dos Rios Hunting Preserve is an incredible live water hunting and recreational paradise located along the banks of Pulliam Creek (really a river and also known as the middle prong of the Nueces River) a few miles WNW of Barksdale, TX. This high fenced ranch offers river frontage, a spring fed creek, 2 stocked fishing lakes, diverse hunting for both native wildlife and exotic game, extremely usable and fertile bottomlands, awesome trees, forever views from the mountaintop gazebo, an excellent road system and comfortable improvements. Location: The entrance is off of County Road 24 about 3.25 miles from Barksdale, TX. The property is about 2 hours and 20 minutes driving time from the San Antonio International Airport. Water: Pulliam Creek makes up the ranch’s easterly boundary for about 1.25 miles with both deep holes and flowing rapids providing endless recreational opportunities. Spring Creek enters the ranch on its southern perimeter and travels through the ranch for about a half-mile with the lower reaches providing year round flows and a beautiful small lake behind a concrete dam. There are also two constant level stock ponds that provide exceptional fishing opportunities for kids and adults alike. These two ponds are kept full with nearby electric submersible wells and both have fish feeders. A third small pond is being developed as well that is supplied by a solar well. There are four operational water wells: three with electric submersibles and one solar. There is an old windmill as well. Topography, Rangeland and Habitat: This western Hill Country ranch is majority bottomland with one major mountain in the northwest quadrant creating 400’ of topographical relief that provides incredible views of the Nueces River Valley and surrounding hill country. The fertile bottomlands offer incredible trophy specimens of revered Texas native trees including live oaks, native pecans, cedar elms, Spanish Oaks and several of the most incredible mulberry trees we have ever seen. The bottomlands include several wet weather creek drainages and elevation variations as the country transitions toward the river, adding to the diversity of the wildlife habitat. Juniper management, with both native and exotic wildlife in mind, has been in place on the ranch for years, allowing native rangelands to establish while at the same time maintaining significant cover acting as a wildlife sanctuary. Wildlife, Hunting and Fishing: The ranch is high fenced except for the river frontage. The ranch is home to thriving populations of managed native white-tailed deer, turkey, and varmints plus exotics including scimitar-horned oryx, axis deer, blackbuck antelope, fallow deer, red deer, a few aoudad and feral hogs. In addition, this area of Texas is a known destination for birdwatchers! The ranch has 8 blinds (not including multiple bow stands), 8 corn feeders and 8 protein feeders that will convey with the sale. The ranch participates in the Managed Land Deer Program under the conservation option allowing for a more tailored management program and extended seasons. During the 2019-2020 season the ranch operated with approximately 70 deer tags total. There are two adjacent soft release pens for the healthy introduction of new hoofstock to the ranch as necessary. Improvements: The River House is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home located just above Pulliam Creek on the NE portion of the ranch. This home has a carport, deck and nearby covered outdoor kitchen/bar with a firepit patio. On a bluff overlooking the river is a quaint gazebo for relaxing and enjoying the sounds of flowing water. About 1/4 mile from the River House is the hunter’s cabin. The hunter’s cabin is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath cabin with its own firepit and outdoor cooking area. This cabin also has a detached cantina with a bar, television and billiard table. High on the mountain in the northwest portion of the ranch is a gazebo and fire pit for enjoying a sundowner and watching the stars. Operationally, back toward to south boundary, is the foreman’s home, a relatively new doublewide in good condition. In this same area are several sheds, storage structures, the shop/barn and the cleaning shed with a walk- in cooler. Also in this area, overlooking Spring Creek, is a well preserved, period log cabin awaiting its next purpose. Road Infrastructure: The accessibility and usability of the ranch is greatly enhanced by an ex- tensive and excellent road system that provides easy access to all areas of the ranch. Other: The ranch is appraised for ad valorem taxes under 1D1-Ag/ Wildlife Management valuation on its open space. Seller’s owned minerals, if any, are negotiable. Furnishings, personal property in homes, vehicles, trailers, other ranch rolling stock equipment and implements, tools, etc. are not included in the offering; however, some items may be separately negotiable. Price: Asking $5,148,000.00
Contact for Price  •  647 acres
647 ± Acres 30 minutes from HWY 90 Backs up to Kickapoo Caverns State Park 2,000± sq/ft house 1BR cabin with detached bath & cooking area Electric well distributes water across property Impressive array of exotic and native game species New blinds and feeders Large neighboring ranches
Contact for Price  •  413 acres
413 ± Acres Hunting Lodge or residence fully furnished with 4BR/2BA Large porches with scenic views of surrounding landscape Metal barn for storage, workspace and parking One solar Edwards well 580± feet deep Rainwater collection system 12 water storage tanks ranging from 200-2,000 gallons Wildlife management system in place with Property Association Abundant native and exotic wildlife
Contact for Price  •  364 acres
364 ± Acres 26± Miles from Rocksprings Access via easement road Excellent hilltop views Numerous homesites Elevations from 2,100-2,200± feet Low-fenced with open meadows Family owned for over 100 years Surrounded by large neighboring ranches
Contact for Price  •  300 acres
300 ± Acres Tranquil and secluded hunting escape 512± sq/ft cabin with rainwater collection system 4x4 roads and trails give access to property Within a private ranching community Abundant native and exotic free-roaming wildlife Dense and diverse brush covers the terrain 2 Water storage tanks accessible to landowners Several blinds and feeders
Contact for Price  •  209 acres
209 ± Acres Located 20± miles from Rocksprings 3BR/2BA Manufactured home 400± Square-foot barn One well, storage tank, and water troughs Dense and diverse brush Free range native and exotic species Several hunting blinds and feeders Nearby recreational opportunities
Contact for Price  •  82 acres
82 ± Acres Gently rolling, useable land Hundreds of large Live Oaks Very little cedar Several ideal homesites Low-fenced One-bedroom cabin in place Electricity is easily accessible Great groundwater in the area
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$199,000  •  67 acres
$225,000
67 ± Acres 10± miles west of Rocksprings Caliche road access Good views Great brush Massive Oaks Flat terrain Undeveloped property Abundant Whitetail, Axis and Aoudad
$225,000  •  20 acres
20 ± Acres 2BR/1BA cabin 960± sq/ft metal barn 144± sq/ft storage shed 420± ft deep electric well Licensed septic Electricity in place 1 wet-weather creek Abundant native & exotic species