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$12,403,125  •  12,250 acres
$14,737,500
MOTIVATED SELLER! With stunning views, outstanding hunting, star filled night skies and first class improvements, Rock Canyon Ranch is a true gem located where the Trans Pecos, the Hill Country and the Brush Country come together in Val Verde County. At about 12,250 acres with sweeping valleys and awesome ridgelines, Rock Canyon is in an elite group of large high quality Texas ranches. This ranch boasts some of the finest native and exotic game hunting in the area, with both high fenced and low fenced pastures. Location: The ranch is located in northern Val Verde County near Loma Alta and approximately 40 miles South of I-10 and Sonora and 40 miles north of Del Rio. The ranch has frontage on both sides of Dolan Creek Road, a county maintained road, and is approximately 6 miles west of Hwy 277. The property can also be accessed by PR 1900, which provides deeded easement access to the northern side of the ranch. Wildlife and Hunting: The ranch contains approximately 5,150 acres under high fence; divided into several distinct pastures with highly improved whitetail genetics and trophy exotic game. The remaining low fence portion of the ranch offers excellent white-tailed deer, other native game and free-range exotic hunting, including trophy Aoudad. Abundant Dove and Rio Grande Turkeys can also be found throughout the ranch, not to mention quail, the occasional Black Bear and varmints typical for the area. Exotics include Axis, Black Buck, Aoudad, Addax, Red Stag, Fallow, Bison, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Red Lechwe, Gemsbok, Wildebeest, Zebra and various species of Sheep and Ram. Improvements: Main Lodge: The 7,000 +/- square foot Main Lodge located in the southwestern portion of ranch was completed in 2011 and sits atop a high point on the ranch with tremendous views. This lodge provides extremely classy, yet practical and comfortable, accommodations for year round enjoyment and entertainment. The main entry opens up into an amazing 22 foot vaulted ceiling great room with dining, bar and lounge areas (complete with saltillo tile, granite countertops, a huge rock fireplace accented with quartz cave rock, shuffleboard and pool tables). The lodge contains a modern commercial kitchen with all the amenities you would need to serve any number of guests. There are a total of 10 bedrooms located in two corridors extending from each side of the great room. Each bedroom has its own bathroom and HVAC controls. Gun rooms are located at the end of each hallway. The back patio is a perfect relaxation spot with a large outdoor kitchen, fire pit, hot tub and entertaining area. Owner’s Home: The Ranch Owner’s home (built in 2007 and remodeled in 2011) is a 2100 sq. ft. 3 bedroom/2 bath rock home located on the north side of the ranch at another high point with great views. This home is in excellent condition, with the existing home having been remodeled and updated.. The house features an open floor plan with large front and back porches, a three car garage and an irrigated lawn. A short distance from the owner’s home sits a large barn and equipment shed with a workshop, carport, RV storage, horse stalls, turnout pens, tack room, office, small kitchen and restroom. The enclosed RV storage is 20’ x 50’ with drains in the floor and a catwalk along each side for cleaning and maintenance access. Roads: One of the most important components of any large ranch are its roads. The Rock Canyon Ranch features an impressive road system with over 50 miles of heavily improved ranch roads providing easy access throughout the property. Other Improvements: A 4/2 Ranch Manager’s house; 70’x30’ barn with a carport, game cleaning station, electric hoists and walk-in cooler; 7 feed silos; feed trailer; skeet range; 2800’ caliche runway with hanger and fuel tanks; 30 deer blinds, 30 corn feeders, 29 protein feeders; hay barn, multiple sets of livestock working pens; exotic breeding and handling pens/facilities and bump gates or electric gates throughout the ranch. Water: One of the things that is immediately noted on a tour of the ranch is how well watered the ranch is. There are 14 water wells, an extensive array of water troughs and wildlife/stock tanks located throughout the ranch providing great water distribution for both wildlife and livestock. The wells serving the lodge and houses are connected to water storage and filtration systems. The ranch has a beautiful all rock dam located in the upper reaches of Robinson Draw that was built in the early 1900s. A valuable water pipeline system is in place that can serve over 40 water troughs/game watering stations and 10 wildlife/stock tanks located throughout the ranch. Topography, Terrain and Habitat: The ranch consists of diverse terrain, with over 300’ of relief, ranging from majestic hills with fantastic views to rolling rangelands and wide canyons and valleys providing excellent wildlife feed and cover. Harrison Hill, which is believed to be one of the highest points in all of Val Verde County, is located on the ranch. A variety of oaks, junipers, Pinyon Pine, Mesquite, lush native grasses, diverse brush species (including Texas Kidneywood) and other flora typical of the 3 eco-regions represented on the ranch can be found throughout the property. Other Notable Features: In addition to fantastic hunting, livestock grazing and general relaxation opportunities, the ranch offers endless options for hiking, bird/wildlife watching, stargazing and other outdoor adventures. Impressive amounts of Native American artifacts can be found throughout the ranch. Rock Canyon Ranch is also one of a dwindling number of ranches in the State over 10,000 acres. The peace and tranquility of being on a property like this is impossible to describe. Minerals: Portions of the ranch have State Classified Minerals and the rights associated with those minerals will convey; otherwise, sale is surface only. The ranch is not leased and there is no production at this time. Access Easements: Several adjoining landowners have access easements from Dolan Creek Road through a small portion of the ranch. Other: Seller is willing to consider financing a portion of the purchase price with a significant down payment; call for further details. Asking Price: $12,403,125 ($1,012.50/ac) The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment or type of use, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination. Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the States of Texas; Oklahoma; and New Mexico are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas real estate, New Mexico real estate or Oklahoma real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction. When buying investment property the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Republic Ranches, LLC.
$2,860,000  •  1,215.66 acres
UPDATE!! Now listed below appraisal value!Overview: Tally Bottom Ranch is a wild and beautiful 1,215+/- acre recreational ranch nestled in southern Harrison County. The ranch is primarily made up of sprawling hardwood river bottom habitat that is prime for wildlife and recreation with over a half mile of Sabine River frontage. The ranch boasts an incredible road system with over 12 miles of all-weather access to all corners of the property providing plenty of opportunities for ATV's or horseback riding. One of the unique aspects of the ranch is its proximity to I20 (3.5 miles) and its remote privacy. It is a true get away that will provide you and your family with years of memories. Location: Tally Bottom Ranch is located approximately 6 miles south of Hallsville, Texas, with road frontage on FM 2625 for all weather access. The ranch is also conveniently located only 12 miles from Longview, 16 miles from Marshall, 50 miles from Shreveport, and 138 miles east of downtown Dallas. Improvements: There is a beautiful, custom-built 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 2,759+/- SF home located in the north portion of the property complete with large front and rear porches, all shaded by towering hardwoods. The home, having pier and beam construction, was built in 1996 and has been well-maintained ever since. The main exterior is comprised of fire-retardant Hardiplank and a new roof was installed in 2006. The home boasts two large bedrooms and an office that can be converted into a third bedroom. It also has two A/C units with heat pumps, a gas fireplace in the family room, an antique heating stove in the dining room and views of both the front and back yard from nearly every room. The kitchen is outfitted with Silestone counter tops, an island bar, and custom cabinets. The master bed and bath are both spacious and well-appointed with a beautiful garden tub in the master bath. The immediate yard is surrounded by an iron fence and is completely irrigated from the well water. The home also has a GENERAC Quiet Source Series 45KW back-up generator for convenience. Adjacent to the main home are five other outbuildings including a shop and a horse stable. The main shop is a 30'x50' metal building on a slab with both electricity and water. The tractor and hay shed is 44'x30' with electricity, the horse barn is a metal structure with both electricity and water, 24'x53' in size. Two other storage/office buildings can also be found near the main house, 10'x12' and 8'x16' in size, both with electricity. The river camp is a 1,050 SF building with pier and beam construction, comprised of 1 large bedroom, 1 bathroom, living area, full kitchen, and storage room. The main living area has a full-service kitchen, a wood stove and is cooled by three window units. The bedroom can comfortably sleep 4-6 people making it ideal for a hunting and fishing camp. The camp house was constructed in 2012 with fire-retardant Hardiplank, a metal roof, and an elevated concrete deck and porch. Near the river camp is a water well to supply the entire camp, a screened in cleaning shed, and a skinning rack. All buildings at the river camp are outfitted with both electricity and water. Despite most of the property being within the bottomlands of the Sabine River, the main house and river house have never flooded since they've been built. The house and river camp were both constructed and strategically located in areas that are not conducive to flooding. Well-appointed amenities in close proximity to the Sabine River are a rare find. Ranch History: The Tally Bottom Ranch is part of a larger tract once owned by Longview Industrialist R. G. LeTourneau. Mr. LeTourneau purchased the land in 1948 and for a period over 20 years used the property along the Sabine River to test heavy-duty earthmoving equipment. The property was later used by LeTourneau to experiment with planting and growing hybrid grasses and sorghum crops, as well as raising Charolais cattle. As one can see in an aerial photo of the property, much of the land used for developing the LeTourneau heavy earth moving equipment has resulted in the formation of an unusual slightly rolling landscape.This unique topographic feature was caused by experimenting with a large crusher having 6-foot diameter discs and 10-feet in diameter drums that would knock down large 4-foot diameter trees and shattering the roots of the trees to produce ground mulch. All of this experimentation was the result of large-scale research and development effort by LeTourneau to develop new equipment for large-scale timber projects in West Africa and South America.Today, the remnants of this operation have produced a diverse land use of hay fields, timber stands and some very unique habitat for wildlife. These land striations, per se, have resulted in a higher percentage of "edge" for wildlife, particularly deer. Also, it has potentially added areas that are conducive for waterfowl habitat.Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch consists primarily of hardwood bottom flats with a multitude of clearings uniquely created in a way that supports a large amount of wildlife. The ranch also boasts an incredible amount of pine timber, both planted and native providing the new owner with instant income potential. On the south portion of the ranch you'll also find approximately 100 acres of prime coastal Bermuda with excellent road access for ingress and egress. The deep, fertile river bottom soil produces excellent Bermuda, even in the driest of conditions when grasses located in higher elevations are drying up. This vegetation pattern is unique to this portion of Harrison County and over the years has shown to be a positive when it comes to hunting and recreation. In some of the areas, sloughs have formed and have been reforested providing some really amazing waterfowl habitat. White Oaks, Pin Oaks, Red Oaks, hickory, walnut, river birch, sweet gum, black gum and other hardwoods dominate the property. Numerous soft mass species such as persimmon, willow and pine can also be found throughout the ranch creating a diverse and aesthetically pleasing landscape enjoyed by wildlife and humans alike. Palmettos and native browse cover the forest floor helping create the unique environment only found in a true hardwood river bottom.Water: There is an abundance of water across the ranch ranging from low lying wetland sloughs to ponds and lakes and of course access to the Sabine River. There are dozens of acres of prime waterfowl habitat including flooded green timber, and other seasonal wetlands. Shallow water wells supply drinking water to the main house and river house while a well for irrigation/lake supplementation can be found at the 4-acre pond. Topography: The terrain is fairly flat, as is with most river bottoms in East Texas. The river house and main house are both perched on the higher points while the lower areas can be easily noticed on the aerial map. The hay meadows are also somewhat flat but drain well providing access throughout much of the year. The topography through the timber varies with some areas draining better than others. With that being said, there are some incredible opportunities to enhance and develop sound waterfowl habitat. Such diversity offers the landowner countless options for recreational opportunities. Wildlife and fisheries: The Sabine River bottoms are historically known for producing excellent whitetail deer. White tailed deer, hogs, squirrels, waterfowl and other varmints can all be found across the ranch. A high level of care has been given by the owner and the hunters to ensure that only mature bucks and the proper number of does are to be harvested each year. As a result, last year, one hunter harvested a buck scoring 168 1/8" B&C. Whether you prefer to run lines or fish with rod and reel, this ranch has you covered. The 4+ acre pond on the south end of the ranch provides excellent fishing opportunities. While the 1/2 mile of river frontage offers opportunities to fish from the bank. There is also an established boat ramp near the camp house for convenience if you wish to launch a boat onto the river. Fish species include flathead and blue catfish, sand bass, crappie and gar. Livestock/hay production: This ranch offers approximately 100 acres of highly improved pastures, which historically, has been fertilized and managed for optimum production. These coastal pastures are currently yielding clean, high quality hay suitable for both cattle and horses. There is currently no livestock grazing the ranch, but fences have been built with quality in mind and will certainly be effective for turning cattle. Minerals: No oil/gas minerals conveyed, only surface minerals. Easements: There are several easements granted to neighboring landowners, pipeline companies and two O & G companies servicing and developing natural gas wells on the property.Utilities: Electricity is provided by Upshur Rural Electric. Water wells provide water to the main house and the river camp. An additional well is in place near the 4-acre pond for supplemental use. Gas provided by Martin LP.Property Taxes: The majority ofTally Bottom Ranchcurrently carries an Agriculture/Timber Exemptions. Ask Broker for details.Schools: Hallsville ISDPrice:$2,860,000 ($2,352.63/acre)Contact: Stephen Schwartz- Agent, 903-738-78821,201+/- acres without house and surrounding 14+/- acres is available for $2,400,000 ($1,998.26/acre). Ask broker for map and details.
$2,400,000  •  1,201.04 acres
UPDATE!! Now listed below appraisal value!Overview: Tally Bottom Ranch is a wild and beautiful 1,201+/- acre recreational ranch nestled in southern Harrison County. The ranch is primarily made up of sprawling hardwood river bottom habitat that is prime for wildlife and recreation with over a half mile of Sabine River frontage. The ranch boasts an incredible road system with over 12 miles of all-weather access to all corners of the property providing plenty of opportunities for ATV's or horseback riding. One of the unique aspects of the ranch is its proximity to I20 (3.5 miles) and its remote privacy. It is a true get away that will provide you and your family with years of memories.Location: Tally Bottom Ranch is located approximately 6 miles south of Hallsville, Texas, with road frontage on FM 2625 for all weather access. The ranch is also conveniently located only 12 miles from Longview, 16 miles from Marshall, 50 miles from Shreveport, and 138 miles east of downtown Dallas. Improvements: The river camp is located on the southern portion of the ranch and boasts a 1,050 SF building with pier and beam construction, comprised of 1 large bedroom, 1 bathroom, living area, full kitchen, and storage room. The main living area has a full-service kitchen, a wood stove and is cooled by three window units. The bedroom can comfortably sleep 4-6 people making it ideal for a hunting and fishing camp. The camp house was constructed in 2012 with fire-retardant Hardiplank, a metal roof, and an elevated concrete deck and porch. Near the river camp is a water well to supply the entire camp, a screened in cleaning shed, and a skinning rack. All buildings at the river camp are outfitted with both electricity and water. Despite most of the property being within the bottomlands of the Sabine River, the river house has never flooded since they've been built. The river camp was constructed and strategically located in an area that is not conducive to flooding. Well-appointed amenities in close proximity to the Sabine River are a rare find.Ranch History: The Tally Bottom Ranch is part of a larger tract once owned by Longview Industrialist R. G. LeTourneau. Mr. LeTourneau purchased the land in 1948 and for a period over 20 years used the property along the Sabine River to test heavy-duty earthmoving equipment. The property was later used by LeTourneau to experiment with planting and growing hybrid grasses and sorghum crops, as well as raising Charolais cattle. As one can see in an aerial photo of the property, much of the land used for developing the LeTourneau heavy earth moving equipment has resulted in the formation of an unusual slightly rolling landscape.This unique topographic feature was caused by experimenting with a large crusher having 6-foot diameter discs and 10-feet in diameter drums that would knock down large 4-foot diameter trees and shattering the roots of the trees to produce ground mulch. All of this experimentation was the result of large-scale research and development effort by LeTourneau to develop new equipment for large-scale timber projects in West Africa and South America.Today, the remnants of this operation have produced a diverse land use of hay fields, timber stands and some very unique habitat for wildlife. These land striations, per se, have resulted in a higher percentage of "edge" for wildlife, particularly deer. Also, it has potentially added areas that are conducive for waterfowl habitat.Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch consists primarily of hardwood bottom flats with a multitude of clearings uniquely created in a way that supports a large amount of wildlife. The ranch also boasts an incredible amount of pine timber, both planted and native providing the new owner with instant income potential. On the south portion of the ranch you'll also find approximately 100 acres of prime coastal Bermuda with excellent road access for ingress and egress. The deep, fertile river bottom soil produces excellent Bermuda, even in the driest of conditions when grasses located in higher elevations are drying up. This vegetation pattern is unique to this portion of Harrison County and over the years has shown to be a positive when it comes to hunting and recreation. In some of the areas, sloughs have formed and have been reforested providing some really amazing waterfowl habitat. White Oaks, Pin Oaks, Red Oaks, hickory, walnut, river birch, sweet gum, black gum and other hardwoods dominate the property. Numerous soft mass species such as persimmon, willow and pine can also be found throughout the ranch creating a diverse and aesthetically pleasing landscape enjoyed by wildlife and humans alike. Palmettos and native browse cover the forest floor helping create the unique environment only found in a true hardwood river bottom.Water: There is an abundance of water across the ranch ranging from low lying wetland sloughs to ponds and lakes and of course access to the Sabine River. There are dozens of acres of prime waterfowl habitat including flooded green timber, and other seasonal wetlands. A shallow water well supplies drinking water to the river house while a additional well for irrigation/lake supplementation can be found at the 4-acre pond. Topography: The terrain is fairly flat, as is with most river bottoms in East Texas. The river house is perched on a higher point while the lower areas can be easily noticed on the aerial map. The hay meadows are also somewhat flat but drain well providing access throughout much of the year. The topography through the timber varies with some areas draining better than others. With that being said, there are some incredible opportunities to enhance and develop sound waterfowl habitat. Such diversity offers the landowner countless options for recreational opportunities. Wildlife and fisheries: The Sabine River bottoms are historically known for producing excellent whitetail deer. White tailed deer, hogs, squirrels, waterfowl and other varmints can all be found across the ranch. A high level of care has been given by the owner and the hunters to ensure that only mature bucks and the proper number of does are to be harvested each year. As a result, last year, one hunter harvested a buck scoring 168 1/8" B&C. Whether you prefer to run lines or fish with rod and reel, this ranch has you covered. The 4+ acre pond on the south end of the ranch provides excellent fishing opportunities. While the 1/2 mile of river frontage offers opportunities to fish from the bank. There is also an established boat ramp near the camp house for convenience if you wish to launch a boat onto the river. Fish species include flathead and blue catfish, sand bass, crappie and gar. Livestock/hay production: This ranch offers approximately 100 acres of highly improved pastures, which historically, has been fertilized and managed for optimum production. These coastal pastures are currently yielding clean, high quality hay suitable for both cattle and horses. There is currently no livestock grazing the ranch, but fences have been built with quality in mind and will certainly be effective for turning cattle. Minerals: No oil/gas minerals conveyed, only surface minerals. Easements: There are several easements granted to neighboring landowners, pipeline companies and two O & G companies servicing and developing natural gas wells on the property.Utilities: Electricity is provided by Upshur Rural Electric. A water well provides water to the river camp. An additional well is in place near the 4-acre pond for supplemental use. Property Taxes: The Tally Bottom Ranchcurrently carries an Agriculture/Timber Exemptions. Ask Broker for details.Schools: Hallsville ISDPrice:  $2,400,000 ($1,998.26/acre)Contact: Stephen Schwartz- Agent, 903-738-7882 mobile14+/- acres with a custom-built home, barns, and shop are available on the north end of the ranch for an additional $450,000. Ask broker for map and details.
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$5,750,000  •  1,000 acres
$6,250,000
This ranch in the Lost Pines offers great topography, spring-fed water holes, wildlife, and the mix of loblolly pines and hardwoods unique to this small area of Central Texas. Convenient to Houston and Austin, this ranch makes for an excellent and relaxing getaway, with existing income potential.
$2,179,973  •  871.99 acres
Overview: Little Cypress Ranch features ~2.5 miles of Little Cypress Bayou frontage and a picturesque 19.7+/- acre lake surrounded by rolling pastures. The setting is ideal for a future home site. Little Cypress Bayou, lined by towering old growth hardwoods and sporadic bald cypress covered with Spanish Moss, is one of the main feeder bayous flowing into Texas' largest natural lake, Caddo Lake. Caddo Lake is known to have been a primary home to the Caddo Indians. Adventures on Little Cypress Bayou will provide insight into past cultures and allow your imagination to flourish. This is truly a unique feature not to be overlooked.The Harrison County 871+/- acre ranch is well-balanced and further consists of rolling, fertile pastures, managed cross fenced hay pastures, pristine hardwood timber, abundant surface water, natural wetlands, flooded green timber, multiple wet weather creeks and one spring fed creek. Opportunities abound for running cattle, hunting deer and waterfowl, bass fishing, riding the miles of trails and established ranch roads or simply relaxing in nature on a diverse East Texas ranch. Little Cypress Ranch is situated amongst other large ranch holdings and offers a unique opportunity to purchase this large, contiguous block of undeveloped land for the first time in 36 years.Location: Little Cypress Ranch is located approximately 6.5+/- miles south of Harleton, Texas, with access from HWY 154. The ranch is also 9+/- miles north of Marshall, 21+/- miles from Longview, 42+/- miles from Shreveport and ~153 miles east of Dallas, Texas.Improvements: This ranch poised for a new owner to customize it to their taste. The notable improvements on the property include more than 8.5+/- miles of trails, an incredible 19.7+ acre lake, perimeter and cross-fencing, and multiple deep and shallow water wells located across the property.Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch's fertile soils foster upland Coastal Bermuda pastures and Bahia grass in the south pastures. The bottom land pastures maintain native grasses throughout the property as well as diverse stands of mixed hardwood and pine. Historically, the southern pastures have been lightly grazed or have been in hay production for optimum production. The bottom land pastures have been grazed seasonally and all are setup for rotational grazing. Tree cover consists of ~ 260 acres of bottom land hardwoods and over ~160 acres of upland mixed hardwood and pine timber. Species include a wide variety of oaks, walnut, hickory, river birch, bald cypress, pine, and black gum among others. The timber has been cruised recently (November 2018), ask Broker for details. Native forbs and browse are also plentiful and provide robust habitat for wildlife.Water: The is an abundance of water dispersed across the ranch that includes 4 ponds, one of which is spring-fed as well as a 19.7+/- acre lake. Lawrence Creek, a spring fed sandy bottom creek, spans the property from south to north and runs most of the year. Lastly, you'll find a winding ~2.5 miles of Little Cypress Bayou frontage that seasonally floods providing water to several wetlands found on the north end of the ranch and flooded green timber along the banks. These wetlands have been historically known to produce some excellent waterfowling opportunities.Topography: Little Cypress Ranch possesses over 90 feet of elevation change with rolling to flat terrain that is easily accessed by truck or ATV.Wildlife and fisheries: The owners have meticulously hunted this property over the last 30+ years with Texas Parks & Wildlife having conducted deer density surveys and submitting harvest recommendations to help with over all management. There is a healthy population of Whitetail deer in this part of Harrison County and plenty of other wildlife species for recreational enjoyment. The abundance of surface water and amount wetlands provide incredible waterfowl habitat for migrating ducks and geese. An array of waterfowl species can be found wintering on the property including a variety of Teal, Mallards, Gadwalls, Wood Ducks, Pintails, Wigeon and occasionally Canada Geese. The main lake offers excellent fishing opportunities as well as additional waterfowl habitat.Livestock production: This ranch offers over ~400 acres of grazing potential and is setup well for rotational grazing. The meadows around the lake and on the southern portion of the ranch have been previously limed, fertilized and managed for hay production/grazing. The landowner has lightly grazed the property over their years of ownership. While the ranch may carry more head they have run up to 200 AU's. There is an older set of working pens located on the ranch for convenience of managing the heard.Minerals: Surface OnlyEasements: One pipeline easement crosses the property.Utilities: Electricity and municipal water runs to the west portion of the ranch parallel to HWY 154.Property Taxes: $1,943.85 for 2017Schools: Harleton ISD, Hallsville ISD, and Marshall ISD all converge on the ranch. Ask Broker for details.Price: $2,179,973 ($2,500/acre)Contact:Stephen Schwartz - Agent(903) 738-7882Cash McWhorter - Broker/Partner(469) 222-4076
$1,500,000  •  764 acres
Ozark Mountain Creek Farm. Spectacular 764 acre m/l with approximately 1 mile of creek running through the land. Fabulous recreational property with an amazing amount of wildlife including deer, turkey and elk! Extra nice shooting houses, blinds, food plots and miles and miles of 4-wheeler trails! This listing would be the perfect hunting club or family retreat! Complete with your own personal swimming hole in the creek and a 2 acre lake stocked with fish. Beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath home loaded with extras including an open floor plan with large living room, fireplace, hardwood floors and lots of glass overlooking the farm and an amazing mountain view. Spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, butler pantry, breakfast bar, lots of cabinets and large dining area. Spacious master suite with his and hers walk-in closets, jetted tub, separate double headed shower and double sinks. Other features in the home include a sun room, rec room, lots of storage space and a huge deck showcasing the breathtaking views. Outbuildings include a 3 car carport, a large metal barn, a metal pole barn/equipment shed, and a 2nd barn. Along with the creek are numerous springs and ponds. Other features include bottomland pastures acres, (approximately 60 acres in pasture and much more could be put back into pastures), acres of planted pine trees (some approx 20 years old), beautiful hardwood forests, fenced garden spot, fruit trees, bluffs, rock outcroppings and views you won't believe in all directions. Ideally located 30 minutes to Harrison and only 1 hour to Fayetteville & Northwest Arkansas. Listing ID: 03045-36890
$6,900,000  •  412 acres
$658,000  •  117 acres
Pine Hill Ranch is a beautiful 117.5+/- acre combination ranch nestled in a highly desirable area of western Harrison County. The property consists of incredible rolling pastures, multiple ponds, scattered hardwood timber, and an excellent balance of ranching and recreational attributes.  The ranch
$658,000  •  117 acres
Pine Hill Ranch is a beautiful 117.5+/- acre combination ranch nestled in a highly desirable area of western Harrison County. The property consists of incredible rolling pastures, multiple ponds, scattered hardwood timber, and an excellent balance of ranching and recreational attributes.  The ranch
$515,057  •  105.52 acres
Location: Goose Island Ranch is located approximately 4.5 miles east of Harleton, Texas on Asa Johnson Rd. and FM 2208. The ranch is also conveniently located only 17 miles from Marshall, 22 miles from north Longview, and only 145 miles east of Dallas. Overview: Goose Island Ranch is a well-balanced 105+/- acre property located in a desirable area in northern Harrison County. The property consists of rolling hills, productive hardwood and pine timber, and an incredible 13.9+ acre lake. Surrounded by similar landscape with heavy timber, a large ranch to the west, and only 11 miles from Lake 'O the Pines, recreational opportunities abound both on and off the property. Improvements: This is an excellent opportunity for a new owner to come in and make this property their own. There are minimal improvements including an open hay barn, and an older lean-to of modest value, as well as some perimeter fencing. Some of the fencing along the west boundary is in need of repair. Trees, grass, forbs: This area of Harrison County is known for its sandy loam soils which serve well for productive hay meadows and timber alike. This property features ~20 acres of Coastal Bermuda as well as native grasses and forbs in the open areas throughout the property. Towering mature hardwood timber dominates the landscape around the pastures with ~68.5 acres of timber making up the central and southern portions of the ranch. A small amount of the timber was selectively harvested in certain areas two years ago providing a more scenic view of the lake and allowing the remaining hardwoods to become more productive. The timber still remains healthy and viable, providing quality habitat for wildlife. Tree cover consists of a healthy stand of virgin hardwoods including a variety of oaks, hickory, black gun, elm, willow, river birch, and some pine. Native forbs and browse such as pokeweed, beautyberry, trumpet creeper, and green briar are also plentiful and provide robust habitat for wildlife.Water: The property has an incredible deep, spring-fed lake, approx. 13.9 acres in size as well as a creek and seasonal wetland, ~3.4 acres in size, south of the lake that serves well for waterfowl year-round. The property is also located well within the Carrizo Wilcox aquifer making drinking water very accessible from a well. Topography: Rolling to sloped terrain with an impressive 80 feet of elevation change provide a scenic view, especially from the hay meadow overlooking the lake, while the timber maintains privacy from all other directions. The open pastures are arranged on the higher, somewhat level ground, while the timber encompasses the majority of the watersheds and hillsides. Such diversity offers the landowner countless options for recreational opportunities and several great building sites. Wildlife and fisheries: This property has been lightly hunted in recent years, and has been managed in such a manner to provide the new owner with a turnkey recreational property. There is an abundance of deer in this part of Harrison County and plenty of other wildlife species including waterfowl for recreational enjoyment. The lake fishes well for bass, crappie, bream and catfish and is easily accessible from most all sides. Easements: There are no easements across this property. Minerals: Ask Broker for detailsUtilities: Upshur Rural Electric & Co-op water available along west boundary.Property Taxes: Goose Island Ranch carries an agricultural exemption. Ask Broker for detailsSchools: Harleton ISDPrice: $515,057 ($4,881.31 per acre)Contact: Stephen Schwartz- Agent, 903-738-7882 mobile
$212,000  •  80 acres
80 acres m/l - This farm is currently being utilized as a pasture farm for a cow/calf operation but it also offers an opportunity for an avid hunter to make this their hunting paradise!  This small pasture farm is located in Harrison County, Missouri, just 5 1/2 miles South of the Iowa border along a blacktop road between Hatfield and Allendale, Missouri.   This farm has a small 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom house and barn that is hooked to rural water.  There is also a well to provide water for cattle if needed but the pond provides majority of all water for the cattle operation.  Fence along the western 1/2 mile of the property was replaced with 5 wire barbed wire in 2017.   Small amount of timber provides good habitat for wildlife.  This farm is located in one of the best areas for whitetail and turkey hunting! Neighboring CRP and wooded pasture.  A great place to getaway!  The house is currently being rented out so there is potential for extra income or you could make it your own.  Lots of options with this property! Take advantage of this opportunity and don't let this one slip away!   Listing ID: 14022-00015
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$969,999  •  41 acres
$980,000
Enjoy easy one-level living at this lovely, well-maintained, Shenendaoh Valley horse farm on 41+/- acres. Cooks will love this home with its large island in the kitchen and the built-in gas, stainless grill located on the large patio. The home offers a split bedroom design with a large private master wing encompassing one side of the house. This wing includes a large masterbath and a jacuzzi room. The home includes a sunken living room with fireplace, a formal dining room and a large office with an abundance of built in cabinetry. This home offers tremendous storage spaces with large closets throughout. The home sits at the top of a small hill overlooking the farm and has breathtaking views of the Shenandoah National Forest. Most of the land is open and fenced for horses or used for hay. The 48' x 112' metal barn currently has eight stalls, four of which have turnouts and Dutch Doors. The stalls are equipped with swingout hay racks/feed buckets and all have insulated water buckets. There is a heated tack room, wash stall and three hot water bibs and multiple water hydrants. Currently a portion of the barn is used as a work area and shop, but could easily be converted to more stalls. There is an 180' x 100' outdoor riding ring. The property has a gated entrance and beautiful, well-maintained fencing. This is a farm where you will be comfortable moving your horses to! Located just 20 minutes to Harrisonburg and less than an hour to Charlottesville, all conveniences are within an easy drive!
$799,900  •  25.32 acres
This gorgeous Shenandoah Valley country estate has sprawling entertainment spaces inside that flow outside to the outdoor patio and in-ground pool. The custom pool house with bar and full bath is the perfect place to host clients or family. The 25+ acre grounds are stunning and are perfect for many things: horses, your dream farm, gardens, or a vineyard/winery. This property is one of kind and is the crème de la crème in this beautiful region of Virginia. It is just waiting to be your family's new home or a perfect second home/client entertainment property! The full finished lower level basement offers a separate secure entrance and a full kitchen. Great for an Airbnb property, rental income, or in-law/au pair suite. We envision this property as a perfect place for a winery! It is located across the street from a well-established vineyard, and there are other vineyards/wineries in the local area as well. The main house sits at the very top of the property, and you can see for miles out over the beautiful hills and mountains of the Shenandoah Valley. The view is something you must see to believe! • Property appraised for $1.2 million in 2007 • Several heating sources - Main: Heat Pump, Alternative: Hot water baseboard heating, outdoor furnace (can be removed prior to closing if it is not wanted/needed) • Gas or wood fireplace (currently gas but can easily be used as wood) • Roof has 40 year shingles • Whole house generator – runs on 1,000 gallon propane tank • New pool liner and pool cover in 2016 • Full bath and custom bar in pool house • Oversized 3 car attached garage • Newer 4 car detached garage – one of the bays has an elevated ceiling to accommodate the installation of a car/equipment lift – garage also features a large loft that already has a full plumbing setup, perfect for turning into an apartment, garage office, man cave, or anything else • Finished basement includes 2 additional bedrooms, a kitchenette, full bath, and a second bonus laundry room. Perfect for hosting company, as an in-law suite, or to rent out/Airbnb • Front yard is perfectly banked for proper drainage of grape plants with correct sun exposure – a winery dream! • Minutes to I81 • 30 short minutes to Harrisonburg • 1 hour and 30 minutes to Washington DC • Fun fact: Built using 44,000 reclaimed bricks! • Interested in additional acreage and a huge, custom shop with too many amenities to list (one of the amenities being radiant floor heating)? Please ask us, we are happy to go over the details with you.
$295,000  •  0.3 acres
Under Contract
Just listed is a gorgeous 3 bedroom/4 bath home with stone exterior in Goodland, KS. This well-built ranch-style home with half-circle drive sits beautifully in the Northeast part of Goodland. Lots of room for vehicles, lawn equipment, and even small farm accessories with an attached 2-car garage, good-sized outbuilding/workshop with automatic door opener as well as a garden shed. Plenty of space to enjoy or entertain in your backyard with a full privacy fence and patio. The lawn is in tremendous shape making this home ready to enjoy from the moment you walk-in. On the main level you will find an open concept living/dining area with vaulted ceiling. The kitchen features lots of cabinet space and an island for extra counter space. Just off of the kitchen is the laundry/mud room with a half bath and access to the attached 2-car garage as well as the patio out back. Headed the other direction in the living room you will find a relaxing space to enjoy the fireplace while watching your favorite movie, TV show, or sporting event. Down the hall is another full bath as well as 2 additional bedrooms with good-sized closets. The master suites features lots of space with another three-quarter bath. as you make your way downstairs you will find a large area suitable for family or friends to gather and enjoy anything from indoor recreation activites to an evening movie. There is a mantle downstairs as well for you to enjoy nights by the fire. There is a storage room suitable for your seasonal decoartions or other personal items just north of the living area. Down the hall you will find another bathroom as well as a large room suitable for an additional bedroom or two or perhaps an office space.  Overall, this home is liveable from the moment you walk-in. Recently purchased and improved by the current owners, this home is truly turn-key. Contact Nathan Linin today to learn more about making this house your home!