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Contact for Price  •  1,170 acres
1170 ± Acres Frontage on HWY 35 Frio River & Leona River Frontage High-fenced & cross-fenced Improved Coastal Bermuda pastures Huge Live Oaks 2 Ponds Future irrigation potential Electricity
Contact for Price  •  1,132 acres
The 1,132 acre high fenced Frio County Ranch is located just 12 miles west of Dilley, Texas. The ranch amenities include 4,000 sq. ft. Lodge, ranch house, 4 wells, deer pens, and 4 earthen stock tanks.
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Contact for Price  •  735 acres
735 ± Acres 13± miles from Dilley Frontage on CR 4899 6BR/3BA/1HB house High fenced with dense brush Game processing area with walk-in cooler 3 electric wells, water lines, & 4 ponds 7.15± acre DMP pen Improved Whitetail genetics
Contact for Price  •  452 acres
452 ± Acres Frio River frontage 3,450± sq/ft main house 2 guest quarters 4 barns & skinning shed with walk-in cooler High fenced & low fenced 4 wells 3 ponds Abundant native & exotic wildlife
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Contact for Price  •  423 acres
423 ± Acres 18± minutes to Pearsall Frontage on FM 140 High fenced 1 well and electric meter Over 2,000± feet of wet-weather Elm Creek Good ranch roads and senderos Numerous hunting blinds and feeders Minerals are negotiable
$1,304,033  •  96.6 acres
A beautiful 96.6 acre +/- farm and ranch located between Devine and Bigfoot in the northeast corner of Frio County. It is rare to come across a place this size in such a great location and with so much to offer. Location: The property is easily accessible with over 1200 feet of frontage on F.M. Highway 472 and a 60 lane owned in fee connecting the ranch to State Hwy 173. Less than an hour drive from San Antonio. Topography, rangeland & habitat: The western portion of the property consists of a 36 acre Tifton bermudagrass field with approximately 30 acres of that under a new 596 Valley model 7000 irrigation pivot. The remainder of the ranch consists of slightly rolling pasture with several excellent building sites. A very nice stock tank is located in the northern portion of the ranch. The perimeter is entirely high-fenced. Water: There is a new Carrizo Wilcox irrigation well (520 +/- depth; 8 casing) with a 60 hp electric submersible pump that serves the irrigation pivot and that is piped to supplement the stock tank if necessary. The ranch has a Benton City water meter in place. Electricity: The ranch is served by Medina Electric.
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