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Contact for Price  •  3,868 acres
Within a short commute of Fredericksburg, Mason, and Kerrville this 3868 acres defines the Texas Hill Country. The ranch offers both good bottom land and majestic views from the properties large hill tops. This Mason and Kimble County property is an excellent recreational ranch offering good numbers of native game and outstanding blue green live water. The ranch currently operates as a cattle ranch along with the properties recreational use. The Little Devils River runs through the property for almost 2 miles with ownership on both side of the river. The Little Devils offers year around crystal clear water with both shallow running water and very deep pools for fishing and swimming. The property has been divided into several pastures to allow for rotational grazing. The ranch has excellent road frontage and access. The Little Devils River Ranch offers a very diverse landscape covered in large oaks and other hardwoods.
Contact for Price  •  1,239 acres
This plus-or-minus 1,239 acre ranch offers tremendous views, incredible topography, giant hardwood trees, and a vibrant spring that provides water to the entire parcel. Located just four miles north of Sisterdale, Texas
$4,544,000  •  1,136 acres
Under Contract
Location: Cedar Mountain Ranch is located 25 miles South of Llano, Texas and 22 miles North of Fredericksburg, Texas off of the historic and scenic Willow City Loop. Description: Rough and raw are the best adjectives for the Cedar Mountain Ranch. A large portion of the ranch is located on top of Cedar Mountain. With approximately 360 feet in elevation changes, views to the South and East of the ranch are nothing short of extraordinary. Almost 1/3 of CMR lies in Llano County with the remainder being in Gillespie County. The road system is adequate and provides a good overview of what the ranch has to offer. A large portion of CMR is densely covered, primarily in Juniper, Persimmon, and Bee Brush. Other than that, your standard mix of hardwoods includes Post Oaks, Live Oaks, and a smattering of Red Oaks and Cedar Elms. Cedar Mountain Ranch also has one of the highest concentrations of Mountain Laurel that I've seen on a single property in a long time. The Lower Colorado River Authority has a transmission easement and the line runs East/West through the ranch. Water: In the Northeast quadrant of the ranch, a long, deep canyon, a little over a mile long, contains multiple springs and normally is a constant flowing unnamed creek. The photos, taken in late June 2015, show some of its potential. The owners, as well as neighboring ranchers, have said that the springs that feed into the creek are strong and almost never stop flowing. The location of CMR is directly over one of Texas minor aquifers, the Hickory Aquifer, and the springs more than likely emanate from it. Access: There are three access points to public roads. Two of the access points are directly off of the Willow City Loop (over 5000 of Loop frontage) and the other is off of the Willow CityClick Road, which dead ends into private property a short distance from CMR. Improvements: There is an old hunting shack located at the Northeast quadrant of the ranch. Residential electricity (from Central Texas Electric Coop) comes onto the property near the cabin. A water well, near the center of the property, contains a solar-powered pump logged at 30gpm to supply water for livestock and wildlife. Cabin, shop/barn(as seen in video) with septic, 60gpm water well, and approximately 100 additional acres can be purchased. Inquire with listing broker for more details. The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.
$5,377,000  •  1,131.85 acres
Located in the alluring Texas Hill Country of western Gillespie County, the Comanche Hills Ranch is 1,131.85+/- acres with significant yet gentle topography, fantastic wildlife habitat, native rangelands, ample pasture, a nice custom home, excellent water infrastructure, roads and utilities allowing for further development as a recreational/agricultural ranch, retirement ranch or possibly several smaller ranches.
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$14,569,500  •  883 acres
LOCATION: Rancho Kendall is located in highly desirable Kendall County, one of the fastest-growing counties in the USA, which comprises the northern edge of San Antonio, the nation’s 7th largest city. The property fronts on paved RR 473 for approx. 4,300’, and is a couple of miles west of the quaint community of Sisterdale. This is 14 miles north of Boerne, and 35 miles north of San Antonio. Austin, the State Capitol, is 80 miles to the east, and the famed Highland Lakes and championship golf courses at Horseshoe Bay are 45 miles to the north. This location is well-centered in the Texas Hill Country, one of the most dynamic growth areas in the USA. LOCALE: Boerne is home to numerous fine shops, restaurants, services and medical facilities, while San Antonio boasts a medical complex, major universities and an international airport. The nation’s 7th largest city is known for diverse culture and activities, while hosting some of the State’s finest food and entertainment. The Sisterdale area has long been known as home to many fine, showplace-type ranches tightly held by well-heeled Central and South Texas families. Adjoiners to the ranch range from 80 to 300 acres, and the nearest subdivision is actually the town of Sisterdale, about one mile away, boasting perhaps a couple of dozen permanent residents housed in gentrified, clean country homes. The bustling “Texas Wine Corridor” is only 15 miles to the north, with over 40 wineries, distilleries and tasting rooms lining US 290 for about 25 miles east of Fredericksburg. Of course, Fredericksburg itself is a well-known shopping/eating/drinking destination, and is only 20 minutes from the entrance to this ranch. Agriculture and outdoor recreation are the primary ranching activities in this area, with cattle, horses, sheep/goats and hay production being the ag focus, while hunting and water recreation are the primary human activities. River traffic in this area remains minimal due to limited access, and across-river development is limited, insuring maximum privacy on this ranch. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1033 FM 473 Sisterdale, Texas ECOREGION: Rancho Kendall is located in the ecoregion of the Edwards Plateau Woodland. It contains the central part of the Edwards Plateau and receives sufficient rainfall to support woodland. The Edwards Plateau region comprises an area of central Texas commonly known as the Texas Hill Country. It is a land of many springs, stony hills, and steep canyons. The region is home to a whole host of rare plants and animals found nowhere else on earth. Average annual rainfall ranges from 15 to 34 inches. Rainfall is highest in May or June and September. Soils of the Edwards Plateau are usually shallow with a variety of surface textures. They are underlain by limestone. Elevations range from slightly less than 100 feet to over 3,000 feet above sea level. Several river systems dissect the surface, creating a rough and well-drained landscape. The limestone of the Edward's Plateau is honeycombed with thousands of caves. Beneath the eastern edge of the Plateau lies a hidden world of underground lakes known as the Edwards Aquifer. This precious water resource also is home to a number of curious creatures, such as the blind salamander. Today, the Edwards Plateau is characterized by grasslands, juniper/oak woodlands, and plateau live oak or mesquite savannah. Open grasslands and savannahs were more common in pre-settlement times than they are today. The grasslands of Ecoregion 30a are considered a southern extension of the mixed grass prairie, expressed as tallgrass or shortgrass dependent upon soil type, moisture availability, and grazing pressure. Grasses include little bluestem, Texas wintergrass, yellow Indiangrass, white tridens, Texas cupgrass, sideoats grama, seep muhly, and common curlymesquite. Ranching is the primary agricultural industry in the region. For more information, visit the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) at www.tpwd.texas.gov. WATER: Rancho Kendall is blessed with an abundance of precious fresh water, including one mile of frontage on the ever-flowing Guadalupe River, one of most scenic of the Texas Hill Country rivers. The water is spring-fed and clear, noisily flowing over gravel riffles punctuated with giant limestone boulders and deep holes, some totally covered by cypress canopy. Fishing and floating are favored activities, and river access is easy at multiple points on the ranch. Put an inner tube in at the upstream point on this ranch, and enjoy a lazy, 1 hour float to the get out point downstream still on this ranch! The water system on the ranch is first rate, with 4 electric water wells feeding a system of troughs that essentially blanket the ranch. Groundwater in the area is solid, with high volume wells nearby, and on-site wells producing from 20 – 45 gpm. Riparian rights to pump 232 acre-feet of water per year from the river are included with the property, and are designated for 116 acres of coastal Bermuda fields adjoining the river. For more information on area groundwater, contact the Cow Creek GCD at www.ccgcd.com. LAND: The ranch slopes down gently over 240’ from north to south, and is bisected by a scenic, seasonal creek valley that enters the ranch near the NW corner. This valley contains elm, oak and other hardwoods, and the upper part of the creek flows much of the time, being fed by an augmented pond just upstream. Immediately north and east of this creek is the level ridge housing the horse improvements. Distant views to the south and southeast are prevalent over much of the property, and hardwood cover is uniform, with no thick cedar to be found. Soils are very good, with about 60% being clays or loams with excellent productive capability. There are few rocky areas on this ranch. Several improved grass fields are scattered about the ranch, and the coastal fields adjoining the river are lined with heritage oaks, with giant pecan and cypress trees closer to the river. These fields are magnets for wildlife, and this area contains a high concentration of Axis deer, not to mention native whitetails and some exotics. Homesites are numerous, most having SE views, and there is a particularly scenic ridge overlooking the eastern coastal field. This portion of the ranch is dominated by large liveoaks, and a scenic limestone bluff follows the edge of the ridgeline. A group of 30 Axis were observed from this perch on a recent visit! IMPROVEMENTS: The northeast portion of the property is a highly improved equine facility, designed and outfitted for performance horses such as cutters, ropers and dressage, with over 40 stalls and multiple arenas/working pens. Impressive stone structures include a beautiful, curved rock entrance, and a multi-purpose office/residence with classic features and amenities including a full wet bar, reception area and bedrooms. The landscaped grounds include paved parking areas, multiple service structures, 3 modern cabins, grain storage and an airplane hangar which serves a 3,600’ paved, registered airstrip. Other useful features include an electric horse walker, lighted riding arena, roping arena, 20 paddocks/pens, feed & equipment storage structures and multiple barns. The horse and related facilities cover about 200 acres, and the balance of the property is lightly improved, with several dwellings and a large hay barn, and a couple of older stone houses with restoration potential. The ranch infrastructure is solid, with paved or crushed rock roads serving many areas. There are also miles of smooth wire fencing, plus a superior ranch water system powered by 4 wells supplying troughs in all areas. SUMMARY: It is rare to find excellent equine facilities tied to a beautiful, live water Hill Country ranch of this size and location. This stretch of river is postcard-quality, with noisy, gravel riffles linked by long, deep holes covered by cypress canopy. Irrigated coastal fields line the riverbank, with oak-shrouded, south-facing hills rising in the background. Rancho Kendall is truly a Texas Hill Country Classic! FINANCIAL/TITLE: Listing price is $16,500/acre, Seller to provide acceptable survey and basic title insurance. 232 acre-feet of pumping rights from the Guadalupe River, as well as Seller’s owned mineral rights, can convey at an acceptable price. The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer’s 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 LANDTX, David E. Culver, broker
Contact for Price  •  821 acres
The ±821 acres of Bluff Creek Ranch encompasses some of the most dramatic and beautiful topography of the region, with high bluffs overlooking the Colorado River and scenic tree-lined ravines cut by Bluff Creek. This ranch for sale in McCulloch County, Texas, is just 15 miles north of Brady, an hour and half north of Fredericksburg and under two and a half hours west of Waco. With almost a mile of Colorado River frontage, over two miles of both sides of Bluff Creek, and elevations changes of over 100 feet, this truly unique piece of the Texas Hill Country offers magnificent improvement options. The north edge of the property swiftly rises 80 feet up from the bank of the Colorado River, with a nearby peak sitting 100 feet above the river and offering dramatic panoramic views of the entire region. The excellent topography of the ranch is further enhanced by the two and one half miles that Bluff Creek carves across the property, including where the creek empties into the Colorado. The sandy and clay loams that make up the banks of Bluff Creek, that are 30 feet high in places, support water-tolerant hardwoods, conifers and grasses. Bluff Creek Ranch has two and a half miles of frontage on paved FM 765 with a gated entrance leading to miles of good all-weather roads to all areas of the ranch. The ranch is low-fenced with one large pasture. The rest of the ranch is covered in an abundant variety of grasses, brush and trees offering a beautiful diversity of ecological zones across the property. The property has deeded pump rights out of the Colorado River for livestock, wildlife, and household purposes. There are also two stock tanks on the ranch. There is a small cabin with a kitchen and loft on a bluff overlooking the river. A carport, firepit, and equipment shed are located near the main entrance, next to an old 2,250 foot landing strip. The varied topography and nutrient sources of the ranch support an abundance of Whitetail, Aoudad, dove, quail, and turkey. The area is known for great Whitetail hunting and over the top turkey hunting. The awe-inspiring topography rising up from the Colorado River make Bluff Creek Ranch the ultimate canvas for your perfect Hill Country creation! There is room here for multiple homesites with distinct dramatic views down to the river and across the countryside. Improvements to the hunting infrastructure and the existing runway location would create a very desirable commercial hunting operation and a hunter’s paradise. 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  •  800 acres
Located within the heart of the Texas Hill Country, This plus-or-minus 800 acre ranch offers tremendous views, incredible topography, giant hardwood trees, and a vibrant spring that provides water to the entire parcel. Located just four miles north of Sisterdale, Texas the ranch is near the Hill Country communities of Fredericksburg and Boerne—a location far enough away from big-city sprawl, but still within easy driving distance of city amenities. The ranch is steeped in local history. Formerly owned by Hondo Crouch—the man who dreamed up Luckenbach, according to Texas Monthly magazine –the property is legendary as the place where Crouch would entertain guests such as Jerry Jeff Walker to write songs around the campfire. Crouch and his friends turned Luckenbach from a failing post office stop to a thriving tourism destination with nationwide name recognition thanks to the likes of Willy, Waylon, and the boys that played there. This property is offered as a whole and can also be partitioned and sold as smaller tracts from 424 to 1,224 acres in size. With numerous building sites atop the towering hills, the ranch boasts views in every direction. Accessed via a paved road, ingress and egress is fast and easy. The creek beds are served by the vibrant spring, providing great potential for dams along the seasonal creek beds that wind through the tract. Wildlife of all kinds roams the property, including whitetail, axis deer, aoudad, fallow, sika, and wild hogs—providing great hunting opportunities. Few opportunities such as this one are available to the discerning Texas Hill Country ranch buyer, but this amazing Sisterdale property awaits a visionary new owner to build his or her dream upon this historic, incredible land. For more information and to schedule your private tour, contact Duperier Texas Land Man today.
Contact for Price  •  730 acres
Extraordinary land, great location, amazing water, minimal structural improvements, abundant potential. Spring Branch Creek traverses the ranch with one spring-fed lake and numerous sites for additional water features. Ranch access by County Road frontage and paved private road. High fenced with native wildlife. Just minutes from Kerrville and Fredericksburg. Build your corporate lodge, year `round estate, or weekend cabin, with creek front and Hill Country views. Development potential.
$2,657,610  •  521.1 acres
Salt Branch Loop Ranch is conveniently located 32 miles from Fredericksburg and 15 miles south of Mason with easy access off a county road FM 783 in the Hilda area of Mason County. The ranch has abundant wildlife and good grazing capacity with excellent ground water and nice tanks. The views of the surrounding hill sides with great hardwoods, rolling terrain, granite outcroppings and a perfect blend of pastoral pastures with lush native ranch land make this a world class Hill County Ranch.
$3,526,734  •  403.52 acres
Located on the Llano River within minutes of Mason, TX (Gem of the Hill Country), the Geneva Keller River Ranch is an exceptional live water property with top of the world views on over a mile (5,320') of pristine Llano River waterfront. Generously donated by Mrs. Keller to the local school district, this is an opportunity to not only purchase a phenomenal riverfront property, but to continue her philanthropy as proceeds will go to the Mason ISD Scholarship Foundation. LAND/WATER: Rugged and awesome, the varying terrain features dramatic 400 ft. elevation changes from atop three hilltop summits, towering limestone cliffs, huge wooded ravines down to gently sloping bottom land and tree-lined, grass river banks. Incredibly scenic with multiple building sites offering 360 degree, panoramic views up and down the river. Live Oak, Spanish oak, pecan, mesquite and mountain cedar cover the landscape. Live water you can see and hear varies from shallow rapids to deeper shoals then pools into a wide hole of still blue water great for fishing, swimming, and kayaking. This stretch of the Llano River flows crystal clear over the limestone bedrock and averaged a flow of 90 cubic feet per second in 2018 (per LCRA Hydromet records) outside of flood stages which is second only to the Lower Colorado and Guadalupe Rivers in central Texas. Ranch is loaded with wildlife including Whitetail and Axis Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Wild Hogs, Upland Game Birds and more. Fish for yellow, blue or channel catfish, sun perch, large-mouth and Guadalupe bass. IMPROVEMENTS: Electric on property. Improved road access throughout with areas of sculpted brush clearing have really opened up the views and show the potential for future site development. No well currently as location will be offered to the buyer but underground water is deemed strong as nearby well records from surrounding properties average 32 GPM at 445 ft. deep. Located over the Hickory Aquifer. Partially fenced and cross fenced in low-fence barbed wire. LOCATION/ACCESS: Situated less than 10 miles south of Mason, TX along convenient paved access with 5,800 feet of State Ranch Rd. 1871 frontage. 45 minutes north of Fredericksburg, less than 2 hours NW of Austin or San Antonio and 4.5 hours from Houston. TAXES/TITLE: Low carrying cost, currently under Ag valuation. Estimated property taxes are $480.04 for 2019. Seller is willing to divide and reserves 50% of the minerals in a non-participating royalty interest, granting full executive rights to buyer. Sensible deed restrictions in place. Owner financing is also available. SUMMARY: First time offered for sale, this property's combination of outstanding views, live water, location, size, privacy and ease of access is a rare find these days in the Texas Hill Country. Excellent hunting, game or recreational ranch with long term investment and development potential. Purchase a fantastic ranch and also benefit from knowing you've helped fund future higher educations through contributing to the MISD Scholarship Foundation.
Contact for Price  •  400 acres
Located within the heart of the Texas Hill Country, This plus-or-minus 375 to 400 acre ranch offers tremendous views, incredible topography, giant hardwood trees, and a vibrant spring that provides water to the entire parcel. Located just four miles north of Sisterdale, Texas the ranch is near the Hill Country communities of Fredericksburg and Boerne—a location far enough away from big-city sprawl, but still within easy driving distance of city amenities. The ranch is steeped in local history. Formerly owned by Hondo Crouch—the man who dreamed up Luckenbach, according to Texas Monthly magazine –the property is legendary as the place where Crouch would entertain guests such as Jerry Jeff Walker to write songs around the campfire. Crouch and his friends turned Luckenbach from a failing post office stop to a thriving tourism destination with nationwide name recognition thanks to the likes of Willy, Waylon, and the boys that played there. This property is offered numerous building sites atop the towering hills, the ranch boasts views in every direction. Accessed via a paved road, ingress and egress is fast and easy. The creek beds are served by the vibrant spring, providing great potential for dams along the seasonal creek beds that wind through the tract. Wildlife of all kinds roams the property, including whitetail, axis deer, aoudad, fallow, sika, and wild hogs—providing great hunting opportunities. Few opportunities such as this one are available to the discerning Texas Hill Country ranch buyer, but this amazing Sisterdale property awaits a visionary new owner to build his or her dream upon this historic, incredible land. For more information and to schedule your private tour, contact Duperier Texas Land Man today.
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$1,410,216  •  373.2 acres
$1,460,216
373.20 acre game ranch in north western Kerr County is available for $1,410,216. The ranch is high fenced with 2 water wells, a good road system, and a cedar removal program in place. There is a nice 3Br 2Ba cabin with 924 SF, a concrete and rock pavilion for entertaining or cookouts, and a 2,000 SF metal barn. Barn has water, electricity, and concrete floors. Native grasses and many hardwoods are present to provide amble cover for the wildlife. There are Axis, aoudad, fallow, black buck, whitetail deer and hogs. The terrain is fairly rocky with gradual slopes and nice views. Ranch is 58 miles from Kerrville, 70 miles from Fredericksburg There are 2 water storage tanks 3,000 and 1,500 gallons. There is also a water line that runs from the cabin to the barn. A caliche pit is on the ranch to provide road base for future needs. Easements are on the fence lines and have never been used per the sellers. Ranch is in the Divide ISD, Mountain Home.
Contact for Price  •  282 acres
The Springs Ranch is a truly unique and idyllic Hill Country retreat and working exotics ranch for sale in Gillespie County, between Llano and Fredericksburg, Texas. These breathtaking ±282 acres range from spring-fed live water and ponds in a central valley lined, to exposed granite outcrops rising 100 feet above the valley floor. These impressive pink granite features are Town Mountain Granite, part of the same igneous batholith as Enchanted Rock just five miles away. The highest elevations of the ranch, some 250 feet above the creek that traverses the valley, offer dramatic, panoramic views for miles of stunning Hill Country terrain. The Springs Ranch is accessed from paved Highway 16, between Llano and Fredericksburg. The ranch is under 20 minutes from historic downtown Fredericksburg and just an hour and a half from Austin. Water is abundant on The Springs Ranch with 12 ponds ranging in size from one-half acre to five acres. The water features are fed both by crystal clear springs and seasonal rain runoff. The largest lake has reportedly held water continuously since it was built in the 1960s. The springs and runoff form the headwaters of Legion Creek which runs for a mile through the central valley of the ranch for eight to ten months of the year. There are two electric water wells on the property and a rainwater collection system with a 25,000-gallon storage tank and water treatment facility. The Springs Ranch is a working exotics ranch stocked with Axis and Blackbuck. It is completely high fenced into four primary pastures with a trap for working the exotics. Water is available for the animals in all four pastures. Three-quarters of the ranch is native brush and hardwoods, with the remaining quarter as pasture. The land has been well cared for with ongoing predator control, as well as cactus, cedar, and mesquite control. There are three hunting blinds, and four corn and protein feeders placed across the property. The vast majority of the roads on the ranch are chip seal paved with native pink granite. The two main homes, built in 2011, are nestled in the western head of the valley, below the pink granite cliffs, but overlooking several of the ponds. Both homes are 1,800 square feet with three bedrooms and two full baths, with covered front porches extending the length of the homes that offer pastoral views of the valley and ponds. These homes are furnished with electricity from a 31 kWh solar PV system that is connected to the grid. Four separate meters supply electricity to the rest of the ranch. Another 2,400 square foot home sits among trees on the northern portion of the ranch. Other improvements include a 2,000 square foot insulated, metal barn with a concrete floor built in 2015, and an older 450 square foot wood barn with a metal roof. Ranch equipment and furnishings will convey with the sale. This spectacular example of a one-of-a-kind Texas Hill Country exotics hunting ranch is something that must truly be experienced to fully appreciate its dramatic natural beauty in water and stone. 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.
$1,750,000  •  268 acres
Willow City Loop Ranch has a dynamic wet weather creek with steep ravines and draws that runs along the east side of the ranch. There are many large oaks, cedar elms, and mesquites. The southern part of the ranch has been cleared of unwanted bee brush, cedar and mesquite regrowth to provide better habitat and browse for wildlife. Native grasses, wildflowers and wildlife are abundant. There are many great building sites to take advantage of the outstanding views of the surrounding mountains. A well has been drilled with 20GPM. Paved access, Willow City Loop frontage, and only 20 miles from FBG There is good ground water in the area. ~42 acres of pasture on east side with tillable soil that could be cultivated....sunflowers or dove weed for bird hunting or other various crops. A LCRA transmission line crosses the ranch but is not intrusive and does not impact the ranch in a negative manner.
$2,340,828  •  255.36 acres
Left Hand Creek Ranch has breathtaking views, great water features with many creeks, majestic hardwoods, good cover of wildflowers and native grasses for many types of wildlife.
Contact for Price  •  224 acres
It is inspiring that such a place as Sweet Water Farm exists and is available to bring a Hill Country dream to fruition! Just down the road from Fredericksburg, this exciting property on the Pedernales River is ±224 acres of picturesque beauty. The opportunities presented by the lush, green pastures and riparian bottomlands of this farm and ranch for sale in Gillespie County, Texas are truly unique and exciting. Accessed via an electric gate along paved Old San Antonio Road and down a tree lined, all-weather entry road, Sweet Water Farm is just five miles from historic downtown Fredericksburg. Just two miles to Highway 290 and three miles to Highway 87, it is convenient to many nearby Hill Country amenities and attractions. The flora of Sweet Water Farm ranges from the vast acres of Coastal Bermuda pastures dotted with shade from great Live Oaks and Post Oaks to the huge Pecan trees along the river. Almost one mile of Pedernales River frontage offers excellent year round recreation with fishing, swimming, kayaking, picnicking, or hunting. Deep pools in the river are home to both yellow and blue catfish and the rocky shoals are ideal for arrowhead and fossil hunting. Whitetail and Axis deer are abundant in the area, as are turkey, dove, ducks, and even occasional Canada geese. Improvements include a new 80′ x 125′ tractor barn with concrete floor, a 60′ x 125′ lean shed on the back of the tractor barn, and a 50′ x 140′ pole barn. There are two water wells and three uncompleted, cased wells. The property also includes water rights from the Pedernales. This land checks all the boxes for not just one but several visions for a prime Hill Country property. It is an ideal permanent or weekend Fredericksburg retreat while still offering agricultural and livestock income opportunities. There are also numerous hunting, vacation, and recreational options for this beautiful land along the Pedernales. An opportunity like Sweet Water Farm is absolutely rare and ripe with potential. 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.
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$2,218,500  •  153 acres
LOCATION: This awesome, small farmstead lies one mile south of US 290, in the Texas Wine Corridor, at the end of a private easement off of paved Rocky Road near Johnson City. The area is comprised of small to medium sized working/recreational ranches, and there are no small tract subdivisions in the immediate area. Agriculture and outdoor recreation are primary activities, with livestock ranching, water recreation and hunting leading the way. LOCALE: This is 5 miles west of Johnson City, a growing small community offering restaurants, supplies, shops and basic services. The Texas Wine Corridor now encompasses dozens of wineries and tasting rooms lying along US 290 between Johnson City and Fredericksburg, and there appears to be no end in sight to the growth! Fredericksburg is 20 miles west, and includes a jet airport, regional hospital and world class shopping and dining with a Texas Hill Country flair. The famed Highland Lakes area with world class golf and multiple large ski lakes is but 30 minutes north. San Antonio and Austin, both major metropolitan areas with international airports and major medical centers, are a little over one hour away, and offer everything anyone could ever need. Property address: 1049 Rocky Fork Road, Hye, Texas 78636 ECOREGION: Rocky Creek Farm is located in the ecoregion of the Edwards Plateau Woodland. It contains the central part of the Edwards Plateau and receives sufficient rainfall to support woodland. The Edwards Plateau region comprises an area of central Texas commonly known as the Texas Hill Country. It is a land of many springs, stony hills, and steep canyons. The region is home to a whole host of rare plants and animals found nowhere else on earth. Average annual rainfall ranges from 15 to 34 inches. Rainfall is highest in May or June and September. Soils of the Edwards Plateau are usually shallow with a variety of surface textures. They are underlain by limestone. Elevations range from slightly less than 100 feet to over 3,000 feet above sea level. Several river systems dissect the surface, creating a rough and well-drained landscape. The limestone of the Edward's Plateau is honeycombed with thousands of caves. Beneath the eastern edge of the Plateau lies a hidden world of underground lakes known as the Edwards Aquifer. This precious water resource also is home to a number of curious creatures, such as the blind salamander. Today, the Edwards Plateau is characterized by grasslands, juniper/oak woodlands, and plateau live oak or mesquite savannah. Open grasslands and savannahs were more common in pre-settlement times than they are today. The grasslands of Ecoregion 30a are considered a southern extension of the mixed grass prairie, expressed as tallgrass or shortgrass dependent upon soil type, moisture availability, and grazing pressure. Grasses include little bluestem, Texas wintergrass, yellow Indiangrass, white tridens, Texas cupgrass, sideoats grama, seep muhly, and common curlymesquite. Ranching is the primary agricultural industry in the region. For more information, visit the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) at www.tpwd.texas.gov. WATER: The farm is blessed with abundant water resources, highlighted by over ½ mile of both sides of spring-fed Rocky Creek, an area landmark. A well-designed concrete, drive-across dam backs water up over a quarter of a mile, creating one of the most scenic water features in the area. Over ones head in places, the creek offers excellent fishing, floating, rock skipping and swimming, and is lined by lazy, overhanging hardwoods including oak/pecan. Two water wells exist on site, and abundant groundwater is available in this area at varying depths. One well on site tested at 60 gpm. A seasonal spring emerges from a small canyon in the SW corner of the ranch, creating a nice pond on the neighbor’s property. For more information on area groundwater, contact the Blanco-Pedernales GCD (http://www.blancocountygroundwater.org/. LAND: This is a clean looking place with loads of potential, having 80% loamy or clay soils and very little cedar amongst a solid hardwood forest. The land lies flat along Rocky Creek to the west, and rises 80’ to a ridge and oak savannah that comprises the SE portion of the property. This level ground features scattered Live Oak and Post Oak cover, and is quite scenic, offering distant views to the south and west. The land falls to the west, with a clean, fertile field being the SE corner of the ranch, and an awesome bottom of oak/elm/pecan comprising the northern portion. Several cleared areas punctuate the bottom, which provides excellent shelter and habitat for both axis and whitetail deer, as well as hordes of Rio Grande turkeys. The fields are clean, and have potential for grapes, orchards, improved grasses or horses. IMPROVEMENTS: A cute stone farmhouse with 2/1 and CACH serves as the primary residence, and is situated near Rocky Creek amidst a towering canopy of oak/elm/pecan. The structure is clean and usable, and can sleep a family over a weekend nicely, and has a fenced yard. Two large, extremely interesting stone and wood barns are on site, one with living quarters. These large barns are very well built, and could be restored nicely. A set of cattle working pens is nearby, and the property is fenced with some cross fencing. SUMMARY: Rocky Creek Farm is one of the premier, smaller live water offerings ever in this area. The concrete dam is one of the most solid we’ve seen, and the water backed up behind it is first rate. The barns are simply awesome, the hardwood bottom is classic, and the fun factor is over the top. If you seek a combination of production, recreation, privacy and location in an affordable package, this is a must-see! FINANCIAL/TITLE: Listing Price is $14,500/acre = $2,218,500, cash to Seller, who will provide an acceptable survey and basic title insurance. There are no easements on site other than utility, and mineral rights can convey with an acceptable offer. A water use agreement with a neighbor terminates soon, ask broker for details. The property is located in the Johnson City ISD, is served by Pedernales Electric, and 2018 ag-exempt taxes were $662.61. The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer’s 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 LANDTX, David E. Culver, broker.
Contact for Price  •  142 acres
The TEXAS HILL COUNTRY was forever changed for the better thanks to the efforts of one of its most famous sons -- President Lyndon B. Johnson. Part of his legacy includes his almost Herculean efforts to bring electricity to the rural landowners near his family's hometown of Stonewall, Texas. Later, his family's ranching enterprise encompassed thousands of acres of land between Johnson City and Stonewall. While much of that land was eventually incorporated into the US National Park, parts of his family's ranchland was kept private and some of it has been transferred to other landowners over the years. Now this historic plus-or-minus 142 acre property that was part of that Johnson heritage is now available as the "Big Sky Ranch" in Blanco County, Texas. The hilltops of the Big Sky Ranch provide long-range views in every direction, including sweeping panoramic vistas from one of the tallest peaks in Blanco County. With over 200 feet in elevation change from peak to valley, the ranch has incredible topography, unique improvements, and endless opportunities to enjoy this HILL COUNTRY masterpiece. Located just minutes from Blanco and Johnson City, 25 minutes to Fredericksburg, and an hour to San Antonio or Austin, the ranch is situated in the heart of the Texas hill country. This property is gated and fenced and boasts an excellent all-weather road system that provides access to every corner of the ranch. Ponds, large mature oak trees, rolling hills, and native grassland pastures contribute to the ecosystem that is home to numerous species of wildlife and game animals. Improvements include an exceptional 2,160 square foot main house perched atop of one of the towering hills, allowing for views in every direction. This three-bedroom, two-bath home has several outdoor porches to take in those vistas, and the vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows provide a vantage point to enjoy the scenery from indoors, too. Three rock fireplaces, wood flooring, and updated kitchen and bathrooms are some of the features found within this home. The property also boasts a 12,000 square foot climate-controlled building with concrete floors, office, bathrooms, kitchen, workshop, and studio. The movable walls can support multiple configurations and uses such as a vintage car display, wine storage, warehouse, or event venue. Thanks to its coveted location, exceptional ecology, and unique quality improvements, the Big Sky Ranch offers almost endless opportunities and options for a new owner to enjoy and share this historic part of the Texas hill country. For more information or for your chance to tour this property, contact Duperier Texas Land Man.
Contact for Price  •  104 acres
Hill Country Fredericksburg-style home on 104 acres 1 hour East of Dallas near Wills Point. Stone home, 3/2.5/3, metal roof, rocking chair porch. Well designed and constructed. Huge master suite and study. Screened porch, gunite pool. Greenhouse. Outdoor grill. 13-acre stocked lake full of fish. Lush improved pastures and sandy soil. 8000 square foot party barn with 3 bedrooms, kitchen and bath. 6000 square foot concrete-floored equipment/storage barn and a 2-stall barn and loafing shed. DIRECTIONS: From Dallas, east on Hwy 80 to I-20 to FM 2965. Left to Wills Point. North on Hwy 47 to FM 1395. Right 3 miles - on the right.
$1,250,000  •  85 acres
The KB Ranch, located in Gillespie County 15 miles north of Kerrville and almost equidistant to Fredericksburg, sits at the intersection of privacy and convenience. The 85.7-acre ranch is a blend of contoured pastures with mixed Coastal and native grasses and live oak mottes interspersed with other native trees and brush. Blackbuck antelope, white-tailed deer, turkey and a variety of smaller animals call it home. The ranch, which is high-fenced on two sides, can be purchased in its entirety or divided into two properties. The first property, which includes 78.75 acres, the main house, barn, shop, pens, and two water wells, can accommodate a small-scale livestock operation. The 3-bedroom main house, encompassing ±2,500 sq. feet, is built from native limestone and appointed for family and friends. The dining room seats 16. It has 2 full baths and 2 half baths. The living room features vaulted ceilings and a limestone fireplace. The porch is situated so days end with a striking view of legendary Hill Country sunsets. The second property includes 6.95 acres, the guest house and one water well. The ±2,100 sq. foot native limestone guest house features 4 bedrooms with adjoining baths. A shared living area featuring a wood stove inspires camaraderie. The guest house porch also provides sunset views and easy access to a landscaped outdoor gathering area. The ranch infrastructure includes a diesel generator large enough to power both houses as well as on-site fuel storage with 500-gallon tanks for diesel, gasoline and propane. Call Conner W. Hood at 830-928-2317 to see the KB Ranch, which is available in separate tracts of 78.75 acres for $995,000 and 6.95 acres for $495,000 or in its entirety for $1.49 million.
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$3,250,000  •  65 acres
$3,500,000
Located on beautiful Hwy 16, between Fredericksburg and Kerrville, The Wolf Creek Ranch Villa offers a very private setting on 65 high fenced acres with scattered trees and the crystal clear flowing waters of Wolf Creek. As you enter the private gated entry off Hwy 16, the long paved driveway gives way to the secluded 7500+/- sq foot custom built stucco home nestled in the oaks and hardwoods. Complete with Spanish Tile roof, this Mediterranean Villa offers 6 bedrooms, 5 - full baths, 2 - 1/2 baths, 7 fireplaces, a beautiful balcony overlooking a backyard pool area, and a spacious 1/1 garage apartment. Recently upgraded and remodeled master bedroom and master bath suite complete with 2 walk-in closets, walk-in shower, gorgeous bathtub, plus his and her vanities. Approx 750' of both sides of Wolf Creek adds to this Hill Country Gem, allowing for fishing, swimming and relaxing on a custom concrete patio/sitting area recently completed along the banks of this flowing oasis. Scattered in the creek bottoms, are huge majestic pecan trees, elms, and oaks. Roaming the pastures, you can find blackbuck and whitetail deer. The traverse terrain consists of rolling hills, creek bottoms, and patches of dense hardwoods. This ranch has 2 sided road frontage. Asking $3.5M Contact Howard Hood for more information 830-739-3815
Contact for Price  •  52 acres
Don’t miss your opportunity to own a unique piece of history with Pedernales River frontage located just 7 miles east of Fredericksburg, Texas. This 52-acre homestead comes with a plethora of amenities. Originally built in 1905, the main house consists of 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Totally restored in 1990 and renovated in 2012, this home has the ambience of a true Hill Country gem with modern conveniences. Just back of the home is a heated pool and spa with pool house. The guest house is an original Dog-Trot log cabin built between 1875-1880. Totally restored, it offers all the creature comforts of the 21 century. Other improvements include a 4,500 sq./ft equipment barn, 4,400 sq./ft insulated barn with heat, great set of cattle pens, original stone cistern house with cellar and the original two-story barn which is circa 1890’s. Water abounds on this property, with over 1,100 feet of Pedernales River and 3 water wells providing 13 gpm, 90 gpm, and 120 gpm. Wildlife species include Axis Deer, White-tailed Deer, feral hogs, and Rio Grande Turkey.
$632,472  •  41.61 acres
Views Views Views. This tract has Great West Views, Lots of mature trees, good restrictions, spring with pond. paved roads, electricity and gated entry to subdivision. , good water well area - water wells 100' to 450 deep in area, a granite gravel road has been built to two building sites. Pond could be enlarged. Plenty of wildlife.
Contact for Price  •  38 acres
Rose Hill Manor is located in Stonewall Texas, right in the middle of the Texas 290 Vineyard/Wine Country epicenter between Fredericksburg Texas and Johnson City Texas. The Fredericksburg/Stonewall area is known for rolling pastoral views, vineyards, peach orchards, wineries, weddings, and shopping. This area is known for old-world architecture and authentic German roots, dating back to 1846 when founded by German settlers. Rose Hill Manor is an established and renowned luxury country inn. It is rated an AAA Four Diamond/Select Registry/Diamond Collection inn. The property has been owned and operated by the same family for the last 28 years. Rose Hill was built with attention to detail and quality craftsmanship. There are currently 18 different tastefully appointed room accommodations. For information on the individual room accommodations and photos please explore www.ROSE-HILL.com The property consists of 38 acres and 10 structures totaling approximately 20,000 sq ft. The Manor House has a top notch commercial kitchen and upscale dining area. There is also a bar area with a full liquor license in good standing. Included in the square footage total are the owner’s personal home and separate employee quarters. There is plenty of property for expansion. The views from The Manor House and cottages are spectacular hilltop vistas overlooking miles of lush Texas Hill Country. Rose Hill Manor is currently operated as a luxury inn but is very suitable to be utilized as a personal residence, time share destination, conference center, luxury rehabilitation center, equestrian resort, plastic surgery spa and recovery resort. This property would make an EXCELLENT VINEYARD/WINERY with a focus on DESTINATION WEDDINGS. Rose Hill Manor is an income producing property currently in operation. We respectfully ask that all real estate inquiries be made through the broker only as per Seller’s request. We appreciate any interest you may have in this property but ask you to please respect these boundaries as to not infringe upon the business operations or the Seller’s privacy.