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$413,400,000  •  424,000 acres
An assemblage of 7 ranches making up 424,000± acres that include some of the most amazing land features found in the Southwest, located in Brewster County, TX. The vast landscape comes a diversity of habitats and a rich population of native wildlife. Desert big horn sheep permits are given each year by Texas Parks and Wildlife to hunt the sustainable population of the Desert Big Horn Sheep.
$110,808,750  •  113,650 acres
The Y-6 Ranch, near Valentine, TX, is rich in ranching history and ranching heritage. Mountains, grasslands, springs, canyons, and desert habitat creates one of the best hunting and wildlife ranches in Texas. With abundant wildlife, such as mule deer, herds of pronghorn, white-tail deer, mountain lion, occasional elk can all be found here. Smaller animal and bird species found on the ranch includes javelina, fox, ringtail cat, coyote, dove, Gamble’s quail and many, many large coveys of blue or scaled quail. The ranch can be divided and sold into two parts or sold as an entire ranch.
$2,905,015  •  505 acres
Sandy Creek Ranch Description: Tucked away off of paved County Road 2350, near Emory, TX, is the 505+/- Acres, Sandy Creek Ranch. This property has the potential to serve many purposes. Abundance of wildlife occupies the wooded area, and has not been heavily hunted on for several years. A variety of trees cover the property, including Post Oak, Cedar Elm, American Elm and Hackberry. The front meadow is cut for hay production and is capable of running cattle. With river, creek, and pond access, there are many fishing opportunities. Throughout the property there is 50' of topography variance. Sandy Creek Ranch is a well maintained recreational property that is the perfect weekend getaway for any outdoors lover. Location: The Sandy Creek Ranch is located near Emory, TX. Just 60 miles east of Dallas and 47 miles northwest of Tyler. It is the perfect retreat for an outdoor enthusiast who needs an escape from the bustle of the city. Water + Fishing: Running through the property is both the Sandy Creek and Sabine River. Man made bridges for creek crossing have been implemented to help with high waters. The river has been noted for excellent catfishing - especially after a good rain. There is a 2 acre pond on the property, filled with Bass, Crappie and Bream. This property is a hidden gem for the angling enthusiast. Wildlife: There is no shortage of wildlife that roams throughout the property. Deer are abundant, and can be seen running about the fields as you drive down the interior lanes. Hogs, coyotes, bobcats and ducks are also prevalent. If you keep an eye out, a Bald Eagle can be spotted on occasion. During the right time of the year, when the river fills, numerous ducks fly in. They can be spotted spending time in the flooded timber. Other: Property has Ag / Timber exemptions
$55,900  •  36 acres
Arizona boasts many attractive environments. For year-round superb weather, rich vegetation and views, appealing laid-back lifestyle, most agree southeastern Arizona takes first prize. Picturesque Santa Cruz County is the broad setting, within it the Tubac and Patagonia areas are particular standouts. Just 30 minutes from these charming towns lies Salero Ranch–demonstrably among the finest deedable, large-parcel land available statewide. Salero Ranch does not offer average Santa Cruz interest and beauty. The terrain, hills, valleys, seasonal creeks, rock formations and mountain vistas that are Salero Ranch make it quite exceptional even in this exceptionally desirable area. Salero Ranch presents a wonderfully wide selection of homesites–beautiful, sprawling, 36-acre-and-up homesites. Your natural bounty here can be quit personalized. Choose from level to gracefully rolling terrain, verdant valleys to commanding hilltop overlooks, cascading rock wall backdrops, quiet cul-de-sacs and more. The variety available at Salero Ranch is yet another mark of its uniqueness, as is meticulous contour surveying of every homesite–optimizing views and topographical features. Everywhere at Salero Ranch, views are movingly rewarding. The towering Santa Rita Mountains north; the sheer, shimmering Grosvenors south; the purpling Patagonias southeast; the lush Coronado National Forest north and east. Right at hand are the ranch’s own sparkling seasonal creeks and ponds, picturesque outcroppings of moss covered and high desert boulders, kaleidoscope ridgetop and valley vistas, ocher streamed cliffs and carpets of colorful seasonal wildflowers. Mesquite, cottonwood, emory oak, gooding willow, ash and hackberry are all resident at Salero Ranch. Oceans of lush native grasses unite all. Lacy ocotillo, blossom-top cholla, other cacti add to the property’s distinctive southwestern appeal. Great views of another kind are common at Salero Ranch; the abundant area wildlife. Whitetail deer herds are native to the area and ranch; javalina, coatimundi and fox are frequent visitors. Colorful red-tail hawks soar local skies; coveys of quail frolic ranchwide; and bird species are incredibly numerous, with a nationally famed avian preserve just southwest. The weather is beautiful nearly every day at Salero Ranch… Salero Ranch is indeed, a quintessential eyeful–and it’s graced with exactly the crystal clear, sapphire skies through which you’d want to view it. Area weather is probably the most enjoyable and healthful in the nation: the ranch’s 4,500-foot elevation makes for comfortable summers and mild winters. Well over 300 sunny, outdoor inviting days a year are the norm. Prices begin at $55,900 with affordable seller provided financing. For additional information and to request a brochure, please call Marty Ryan at 520.421.0176.