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$92,139,660  •  120,444 acres
Dagger Flats Ranch has a variety of habitats and improvements. The headquarters is an elaborate assemblage of homes, barns, and building all looking north at the beautiful mountains on the ranch. The ranch has a live water section of San Francisco Creek that is cottonwood lined for over five miles. The ranch is a working cattle and hunting ranch with Elk, Mule deer Desert Big Horn Sheep habitats as well as the availability of permits by TPWD.
$80,131,230  •  102,078 acres
Dove Mountain Ranch is a massive contiguous cattle and hunting ranch is at the gateway to Big Bend National Park to the south and is home to a wide array of natural features. If there is one thing that makes this ranch stand out is the availability of Desert Big Horn Sheep habitats as well as the availability of permits by TPWD.
$66,421,150  •  95,570 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 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.
$26,089,700  •  40,138 acres
NEW LOWER PRICE! A rare jewel in the desert, the Monarch Ranch is located on over 5 miles of the pristine Devils River 30 miles upstream from Lake Amistad. Stunning views of the Devils River Basin and deep canyons greet visitors to the ranch as you climb over 300’ from the river. Fantastic hunting and fishing, miles of paved roads and a 6,000’ lighted and paved airport runway make the ranch extremely accessible in this dramatic country. The purported largest volume cave in Texas and remains of Fort Hudson are just a few of the amazing sites to visit on the ranch. Location: The ranch is located on Highway 163 near Baker’s Crossing, 25 miles north of Lake Amistad and also has frontage on FM 1024 from Comstock. Habitat: The Monarch Ranch is found where multiple eco-systems meet, including elements of the Chihuahuan Desert, Edwards Plateau and Tamaulipan Thornscrub along with deep river basin soils containing towering pecan trees and majestic live oaks along the riverbank. The property contains important portions of the Devils River watershed including its recharge zone, tributaries, springs, riparian gallery woodlands, caves and karst aquifer systems. Along the lower lands of the river and canyons, live oaks, pecans and sycamores dominate the landscape. Much of the area along the river is a true riparian eco-system with reeds, tall bunch grasses and cane breaks dominating the zone. As you move away from the river, the ranches steep topography is dominated by ashe juniper, some oaks, and cacti. This is a very rugged country with breathtaking views and caves for exploring. The upper highlands have extensive native grasses, diverse brush species and some ashe juniper dominating the landscape. Wildlife: The multitude of differing environments on this ranch creates country that has an amazing biodiversity. White-tailed deer are found throughout the ranch, and the occasional mule deer can be found in the highlands. Turkey are plentiful in the bottoms along with a strong population of bob-white quail. Aoudad Sheep are found along the steep cliffs and canyons coming up from the river bottom. Blue quail are common in the highlands, along with strong populations of mourning dove. Bobcats, coyotes, badgers, and mountain lions are also very common in the area. The Devils River brings in a host of wildlife that might not be commonly found this far west, including plenty of ducks, amazing migrations of monarch butterflies and raptors such as Bald Eagles and Ospreys that hunt the fish in the river. The Monarch Ranch is managed under an MLD III plan (currently referred to as a MLD Conservation Plan), allowing for extended seasons for deer hunting and professional management of the wildlife. The fishing in the Devils River on the Monarch is truly lights out. Perhaps the best small mouth bass fishery in the State of Texas exists in the cool clear waters of the river here with many fish exceeding six pounds. Largemouth bass are also abundant along with bream and catfish. Water: The Devils River is considered the purest water in the State of Texas and is used by the State as the index for clean water. The river’s headwater springs are on the neighboring ranch up river from the Monarch. The ranch has over 5 miles of frontage on the river, including over a mile and a half of both sides of the river. There are multiple springs on the ranch, including a large spring (Phillips Spring) that feeds pristine water into the river. Further, many seeps can be found in the canyons, particularly during wet periods. Groundwater is available in this region that is of excellent quality. There are 25 water wells on the property (electric pump, solar and windmills) as well as miles of water pipelines distributing the water throughout the property. Improvements: Housing on the Monarch is modest and not too extensive. On the west side of the river there is a mobile home used for the ranch foreman and a “pilots cabin” near the airport that is relatively new and very comfortable. On the east side there are several modular homes and the main lodge that sits along the river bottom. The airport on the west side of the ranch has a newly paved 6,000’ runway with stripes and lights and includes a large hangar and fuel tanks. There are over 13 miles of paved roads on the ranch that are in excellent condition and make getting around the extensive ranch very easy. The ranch also has the only private bridge over the Devils River in existence. Electricity: There are multiple access points to electricity throughout much of the ranch. Minerals: Approximately 13,000 net mineral acres are owned by Seller on the Monarch, and there are significant State Classified Minerals on the ranch as well. Conservation Easement: The owner of the Monarch Ranch donated a conservation easement on this fabulous property to help conserve this unique part of Texas. The ecological values along the Devils River warrant stewarding and protection for future owners and heirs to enjoy the quiet solitude it offers. Thousands of acres along the Devils River have Conservation Easements which ensure that much of the area will remain in its natural state and be an oasis of nature. This working example of cooperative conservation has brought private land-owners, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department and The Nature Conservancy together with a common goal to keep the wild Devils River wild and running clear for the future. As owner of the property you would be part of one of the largest “conservation neighborhoods” in Texas. Highlights of the easement include: The Monarch East Ranch and Monarch West Ranch may each be subdivided into two separate ranches. There are currently six existing home sites on the Monarch East Ranch which can be maintained and remodeled by the owner. On the Monarch West Ranch there are currently two existing homes which can also be maintained and remodeled. A total of six new “Residence Compounds” may be built on the Monarch Ranch. Each of these compounds may be up to ten acres and multiple buildings may be built in each new compound. These compounds may not be built within any of the No Development Zones with the exception that two new compounds may be built near the river on the Monarch West (there is currently an existing building compound on the Monarch East river frontage). New roads may be built to access the new Residence Compounds and all existing roads may be maintained and improved. Livestock grazing, crops, orchards and vineyards may be grown on the property outside of the No Development Zones. No restrictions on hunting and fishing, blind placements, etc. Established caliche pits are recognized on the ranch and may be used to maintain existing roads and build new roads to residence compounds. History: The Monarch Ranch is located in a historically rich section of Val Verde County. Following Texas independence from Mexico in 1836, John Coffee Hays is the first American recorded to visit Val Verde County in an effort to establish a road from San Antonio to El Paso in 1848. During his time tracking the road, he renames the San Pedro River the Devils River, to fit with the difficult terrain. Fort Hudson also known as Camp Hudson was located on the San Pedro Creek, a tributary of the Devils River. Established in June of 1857, the gravel and lime constructed fort has a state marker on the highway and gravestones of fallen soldiers on the property. Fort Hudson was one of several camps built between San Antonio and El Paso to protect and aid travelers on the San Antonio-El Paso Road, known as the Chihuahua Trail. A local post office was built at the camp along an elevated but isolated section of the creek, seeing only a few travelers in the early years. The post office closed in 1866 and by 1871 the camp was reorganized with two companies of cavalry to be used as a summer camp to protect new settlers. Fort Hudson troops fought with Indians, sometimes driving them down into Mexico. By 1877 the threat of Indian attacks no longer existed in the capacity to keep the fort open. A centennial marker was placed on the site by the Texas Historical Commission in 1936. Fern Cave is located on the western portion of Monarch Ranch and is considered the largest cave, in terms of volume, in Texas. Fern Cave is estimated at around 300,000 cubic meters. There are at least 3,000 caves and sinkholes known in Texas and are important economic, scientific and recreational resources. Fern Cave, also known as Bat Cave, houses thousands of bats in the summer. The total length of the cave is between 500’ and 1,000’ and the total depth is around 75’. A survey of the cave was completed in 1963. Bakers Crossing is located on State Highway 163, crossing the river on a bridge slightly to the west of the original crossing and site of the earlier highway bridge. Bakers Crossing was named for a pioneer who settled on the site being the ‘Second Crossing of the Devils River’ by the San Antonio-El Paso Road. Bakers Crossing lies at an elevation of 1,516’.
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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.
$22,000,000  •  10,955 acres
The highly improved 4M Ranch is a world unto itself with an incredible suite of world class improvements including a 5,000 ft paved runway, crushed rock roads, headquarters complex, and set out miles away on a limestone perch sits a truly remarkable 10,000 sq/ft home with infinity pool peering down at the 4 miles of Lower Pecos River frontage below.
$3,149,304  •  7,410.13 acres
H Bar H is predominantly within the Bear Canyon drainage with steep hills, cliffs, and drainage along with grass covered flats. A road system gets you down to the river and around the ranch making this place private and extremely accessible. Seven wells with several watering troughs provide amazing water distribution for wildlife. The headquarters is a compound with an updated 3 bedroom/2 bath main house with a custom rock fireplace, hunter’s camp, barns and outbuilding.
Contact for Price  •  5,892 acres
Frio River Farm is 5,892 acres of highly productive black clay loam soil, with river and creek frontage and an exceptional water supply for over 2,580 acres of irrigated fields, that is an operating farm and ranch for sale in Uvalde County, Texas. This is an impressive example of an expertly developed Texas farm and ranch with quality improvements and infrastructure, that is staffed to create an efficient operation that can easily be transferred to new ownership without any negative impact on the propertys productivity. A farm and ranch operation of this size and quality is truly a rare find and an amazing opportunity for the savvy operator or investor. Frio River Farm is accessed via an electric gated entry from paved RR 187 in Uvalde County. It is 15 minutes South of Sabinal and 20 minutes East of Uvalde. This places the property just 30 minutes from I-35 and just over an hour from San Antonio. This high-fenced farm and ranch operation has a total of 2,580 irrigated acres from seven 310 acre center pivot irrigated fields and five pivot irrigated fields between 50 and 150 acres in size. The farm has 978 base acre-feet of Edwards Aquifer water supplied to the fields and their irrigation systems via a combination of permitted wells totaling over 17,500 gallons per minute of capacity. This includes four Edwards Aquifer irrigation wells that each have a capacity in excess of 3,500 gallons per minute with fertilizer tanks, as wells as a 1,000 gallon per minute permitted Uvalde County irrigation well, and four permitted Uvalde County wells with capacities from 300 to 800 gallons per minute. The ranch currently supports 5,000 head of stocker cattle alongside 300 breeding pairs. Three shallow wells are located by the cattle working pens with a storage tank feeding a water trough system throughout the ranch. The property has over five miles of Frio River frontage that forms the southern border of the property. It also has over five miles of both sides of wet weather Blanco Creek running down the eastern portion of the property. The creeks course has been left in its natural state, leaving it lined with native trees and brush. The creek drains into the Frio River on the Southeast corner of the property. Other improvements on Frio River Farm include over one million bushels of storage bins, covered cattle working pens with loading shoot and hydraulic squeeze shoot, penning and rotational grazing lanes and fencing between all pivots, a drive-on weighing scale with scale house, two fully equipped workshops, and a net wire high-fenced perimeter. There is a site-built three bedroom, two bathroom home on the property built in 2017 and a three bedroom, two bathroom trailer home that is covered by a metal shed. There is a great team of people currently operating Frio River Farm that would be willing to stay on and continue to operate under a lease, a profit-sharing arrangement, or a combination of a lease and profit sharing. The current team of operators for the cattle and the crops would help facilitate a smooth transition for the buyer. Water usage: 1,500 acre-feet. Currently leasing 500 acres at $40 per acre-feet on average. Property Taxes: $35,000 per year. 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.
Contact for Price  •  2,280 acres
2,280 ± Acres 5,000± sq/ft lodge Access on Highway 90 4± miles of paved roads 23± miles of interior ranch roads 1st class shooting complex Game-cleaning area with walk-in cooler Impressive array of exotics Genetically improved Whitetail
$15,350,000  •  2,275 acres
Dripstone Ranch is uniquely located in the geographic transition area between the rugged Hill Country Balcones Fault, the Chihuahuan Desert, and the topography of the South Texas Brush Country. Ranching and nature come together here, with areas of wildlife habitat and river, combined with agricultural areas designed into improved pastures, amazing ranch infrastructure, and the famous karst limestone caves found on the ranch.
$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.
$2,628,450  •  1,947 acres
Located in the transitional zone between the Rio Grande Plains and the Edwards Plateau, this ranch provides a unique blend of the Hill Country and South Texas. An excellent water system, abundant free-ranging native and exotic big game, turkey, quail and dove make this an excellent hunting ranch.
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.
Contact for Price  •  1,057 acres
1,057 ± Acres 5BR/5BA Main Home 2BR/4BA Lodge 12-Acre Lake Additional ponds Wet weather creek Edward’s water well Released whitetail genetics 25,000-gallon water storage tank
$2,350,000  •  935 acres
The Cy Mui Ranch is located in the transitional zone between the Edwards Plateau and the South Texas brush country. The blend of topography, fine South Texas brush and locale provides abundant free ranging game with excellent hunting opportunities. In fact, the ranch has a history of harvesting some fantastic trophies! Location: The ranch is an equidistance of 30 miles north of Del Rio and Brackettville, TX off of paved FM 2523. San Antonio, TX is approximately 2 hour and 30 drive. Houston, TX is approximately 5 hour and 15 minutes drive. Austin, TX is approximately 3 hour and 45 minutes drive. Habitat and Topography: The habitat at Cy Mui is a mixture of diverse South Texas brush and Hill Country flora. The ranch’s topography consists of several draws, thick bottoms and top country. The vegetation in this transitional area is typical of the Hill Country with live oaks, shin oak, mesquite, redbud, mountain laurel, and juniper; along with a mix of South Texas brush including guajillo, blackbrush, guayacan, kidneywood, brazil, and other typical species providing good browse. Wildlife: Cy Mui Ranch offers fantastic low-fenced hunting for both free ranging native and exotic game. Wildlife management and feeding programs have been in place for several years and the game has certainly benefited. A whitetail buck scoring as large as 170+ inches (pictured above) has been taken in the past, however bucks scoring in the 130’s to 150’s is more common. Of the typical free ranging exotics in the area, the most prevalent are axis deer and aoudad. Improvements: Cy Mui’s improvements consist of a new 3,600 sf ranch house, old barn and an equipment shed. The ranch house is beautifully finished out on the interior with granite counter tops, high ceilings and an open floor plan perfect for the gathering of family and friends. The home has 4 bedrooms and a hallway of bunk beds. Of the 4 bedrooms two are dedicated as master bedrooms. Water: The ranch is equipped with one water well (electric with submersible pump) with a 2,500 gallon water storage tank. For the wildlife there are several water storage tanks with water troughs strategically placed around the ranch. There are several spots on the ranch perfect for digging small ponds for wildlife or livestock purposes. Minerals: Seller’s owned minerals, if any, will convey with the surface.
$1,736,751  •  869 acres
The QOT Ranch is a high fenced hunting ranch in Edwards County. With exceptional views, prime habitat and improved whitetail genetics, this property is ready for an avid outdoorsman and family to come in and make it their own. The wildlife is protein and corn fed year-round. Wet weather and dry creeks meander through the ranch creating great cover and character on the property. Just north of Kickapoo Cavern State Park, the QOT Ranch is within close distance to other desirable recreational areas. The ranch contains a move-in ready barndominium capable of hosting your family and friends while also offering ample storage space. Location: The QOT’s gate is approximately 27 miles north of Brackettville, TX off of a shared private road accessible from FM 674. The ranch is 150 miles west of San Antonio and 58 miles from Del Rio. Airport access for plane travel is in Del Rio (6,300′ runway). Wildlife & Hunting: The high fenced ranch is home to populations of improved white-tailed deer genetics, axis, dove, and feral hogs. Wet weather creeks, dry creek bottoms, draws and ravines provide a very diverse ranging habitat for the wildlife. Habitat: There is a deep cavern on the ranch. A dry creek bed on the ranch has provided numerous fossils and artifacts. A wet weather creek runs the width of the property. Scattered oaks and juniper provide great shade and habitat for wildlife. This property boasts great brush diversity that creates productive habitat for wildlife. Water: The QOT has one active water well that provides adequate water for livestock/wildlife and domestic use at around 300 feet. Electricity: Provided by Rio Grande Electric out of Brackettville, TX. Minerals: Surface sale only. Other: Taxes are currently assessed at Agricultural Value.
Contact for Price  •  741 acres
Located in Medina and Uvalde Counties, the 741 acre Sabinal Ranch is just an hour drive from downtown San Antonio. The Ranch has nearly a mile of frontage along County Road 324 providing easy direct access to the Ranch’s main entry gate. General Description The High fenced Sabinal ranch offers deer and dove hunters a south Texas dream. Large oak trees throughout and over 1,000 feet of Ranchero Creek runs through the ranch. An Edwards water well and 3” PVC piped to key locations on the ranch provide wildlife easy access to water. A two meadows bring thousands of doves to the property with pastures planted in milo. Water Over 1,000 feet of Rancheros Creek runs through the western portion of the ranch. Additionally, 1 Edwards water well piped through 3” PVC pipe give wildlife access to water throughout the property. The ranch has 2 ponds providing whitetail deer, dove, quail, and turkey even more water. Wildlife The ranch was stocked with South Texas genetics and every deer taken of the last season was checked and cleared with no CWD present. Turkey abound and seem to emerge from all corners of the ranch. Quail cover the roads and in the evenings, it is not uncommon to see hundreds to thousands. The Dove hunting at the ranch is akin to Hondo- scenes reminiscent of Argentina emerge around dove season. Taxes The property is currently under a Wildlife Exemption and taxes for 2018 are stated on the Uvalde and Medina Appraisal districts as $3,606.73.
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  •  634 acres
643 ± Acres 6± acre old western movie town Boarding house, ranch house, foreman’s home White chapel, saloon, carriage house Bank with jail cell & café with gourmet kitchen Lazy River with a fort & hot tub Horse barn, roping arena & riding arena Top-of-the-line skeet shooting range Wells & 1± acre stock tank
Contact for Price  •  615 acres
Located in Val Verde county on RR 1024 north of Comstock approximately 45 minutes NW of Del Rio. The ranch is comprised of 615 acres with an additional 106 acres that can be added. (721 acres) Located in the Trans Pecos Region the ranch has a diverse habitat with a mixture of the Edwards Plateau, South Texas Brush, and the Chihuahuan Desert. There is an abundance of Wildlife from White-tailed Deer, Quail, Turkey and Dove. Improvements consist of a Prowler 5th wheel trailer, Conex Storage Container, and a very good fully equipped water well. There is approximately a mile and a quarter of paved road frontage and easy access throughout the ranch. No minerals.
Contact for Price  •  490 acres
490 ± Acres Turnkey hunting destination with hunting camp that sleeps 6-8 Three Edwards wells Year-round supplemental feeding program High-fenced on back side with low-fencing on sides and front Whitetail bucks scoring between 140” and 160” Dove flyaway zone with hundreds of dove spotted in season Elevations over 1,300-feet in some areas Outstanding brush recognized by Texas Parks and Wildlife
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$78,000,000  •  439 acres
Experience the best of Vail Valley without ever leaving home from the majestic, Casteel Creek Retreat – a 439-acre mountain retreat, privately nestled between the town of Edwards, Beaver Creek Ski Resort, and the prestigious Vail Mountain Club. Bordering 1.5 miles of wilderness and backing to breathtaking open space, you’ll enjoy two million acres of White River National Forest at your disposal, met by snowcapped views of the Gore Range without a single rooftop in sight!
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
$545,000  •  306.9 acres
Under Contract
Edwards County TillableProperty Location: These parcels lie approximately 10 miles Southwest of Lewis, KS, 14 miles Northeast of Greensburg, KS, and 7 miles East of Highway 183.Legal Description: NE4 of S12, T26, R18-154.9 acres (UNDER CONTRACT); SE4 NW4 of S7, T26, R17-73.2 acres (UNDER CONTRACT); W2 SW4 of S13, T26, R17-79.4 acres in Edwards County Property Description: +/- 306.9 acres of very flat tillable ground encompassing 3 parcels of excellent dryland farm ground. 228 acres sit directly adjacent to each other while the additional 79 acres are a short 3 miles east. Seller is open to discuss selling the parcels separately. This productive tract is an excellent candidate for a local farmer or outside investor.Land Features:Mineral rights pass with land to Buyer at closing.306.9 total acres+/- 195 acres currently planted to wheatFinancials/Yields:2020 Taxes for all Parcels Combined: $2358.42Soil Report:NE4 of S12 T26, R1890.83 Acres: Saltcreek and Naron fine sandy loams, 0 to 1 percent slopes32.99 Acres: Saltcreek and Naron fine sandy loams, 1 to 3 percent slopes26.96 Acres: Farnum and Funmar loams, 0 to 1 percent slopes3.76 Acres: Carwile fine sandy loam, 0 to 1 percent slopesSE4 NW4 of S7, T26, R1736.44 Acres: Saltcreek and Naron fine sandy loams, 1 to 3 percent slopes17.97 Acres: Carwile fine sandy loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes11.97 Acres: Farnum and Funmar loams, 0 to 1 percent slopes4.66 Attica fine sandy loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes1.95 Acres: Saltcreek and Naron fine sandy loams, 0 to 1 percent slopesW2 SW4 of S13, T26, R17761.28 Acres: Saltcreek and Naron fine sandy loams, 0 to 1 percent slopes17.9 Acres: Pratt-Lincoln loamy fine sands, 0 to 4 percent slopes0.04 Acres: Pratt loamy fine sand, 1 to 5 percent slopes* See attached FSA Report, Soil Report, & Aerial MapPlease contact Connor Williams 620-617-6300 with Hayden Outdoors Real Estate LLC for more information on this property or to schedule a private showing. (**Financial verification is required**)