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Contact for Price  •  1,045 acres
THE HISTORIC KLONDIKE RANCH ? This historic landmark ranch is located south of Cleburne, Texas in Johnson County. Consisting of 1045 acres once inhabited by Native Americans and rich with Texas history, it has some of the most incredible vistas in the State. Also known as Klondike Mountain with its breathtaking limestone cliffs, the ranch overlooks the Brazos River valley with approximately 1.8 miles of Brazos River frontage and views into four counties. Once owned by a nephew of General Sam Houston, there are rumors of a hidden treasure of gold left by the Spaniards. Notwithstanding the many published stories, the ranch offers excellent hunting, fishing, boating, 4-wheeling and endless opportunities on the Brazos. Spend hours searching for arrowheads and exploring a hidden cave. The ranch owners were awarded the Lone Star Stewardship Award presented by Texas Parks and Wildlife for their continuing efforts regarding habitat and wildlife enhancement. Currently, there is a Level III Managed Lands Deer Program in place through TPW providing for an increased hunting season and harvest. The owner?s home is a classic stone home constructed around 1935 (approximately 5,000SF) with 22-inch thick walls and 4 bedrooms and 4 baths. It was restored in 1991 by Frank Welch. Also, there is a refreshing pool and cabana designed by Gary Cunningham and manager?s quarters. This is an opportunity to go back in history and enjoy one of the best views and lifestyles in Texas. DIRECTIONS: FROM DALLAS - HWY 67 TO CLEBURNE. TAKE TWY 174 SOUTH TO RIO VISTA. TURN RIGHT ON FM 916 FOR 8.3 MILES TO RANCH ENTRANCE.
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$3,150,000  •  806 acres
$3,700,000
Edjumar Ranch is a spectacular 806 +/- acre gentlemen’s ranch, lying at the “end of the road,” within the evening shadows of the famed Bighorn Mountains, just minutes from Buffalo, Wyoming. The property is comprised of approximately 686 deeded acres and 120 acres of BLM lands, and has incredible vistas, recreational, and agricultural resources, making for a very well-rounded ranch in a beautiful part of northern Wyoming. French Creek runs through the property for approximately ½ mile, providing good fishing opportunities for wild trout. The balance of the ranch consists of rolling foothills pastures, irrigated meadows, ponderosa pine ridge tops, and cottonwood lined riparian habitat, providing a diversity of habitat for deer, elk, antelope, upland birds, and a host of non-game wildlife species. Very few mountain frontage properties of this caliber become available in the region, making this a unique opportunity to own a small piece of paradise and live the tranquil western lifestyle which so many desire.
Contact for Price  •  445 acres
With 62,199 acre-feet of water rights in Lake DeSmet, 445.69± deeded acres of land which includes the two hundred acre Healy Reservoir and just under one mile of Clear Creek, this is a unique opportunity to invest in water rights and acquire a recreational paradise!
Contact for Price  •  230 acres
LUXURY NO RESERVE AUCTION – MAY 19 Oakland Ranch is an exclusive 230-acre property situated to the southwest of Dallas/Fort Worth. The property offers acreage, a stocked lake, ranch and farming options and renowned entertainment venue. True elegance in Texas!
$1,800,000  •  222 acres
Rock Creek 222This 222± deeded acre unimproved property with Rock Creek meandering through is only two miles from downtown Buffalo. Rock Creek is a highly sought-after fishery in the Buffalo area. It passes through the property for over one mile with tree-lined banks and a number of beautiful ox-bows.  Above the creek bottom are 35± acres of flood irrigated meadows that provide forage for livestock and are a draw to wildlife.  The property is flourishing with game including mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, and upland game birds. It features exceptional views of the Big Horn Mountains from multiple secluded and private homesites.   Rock Creek 222 is a unique offering in that it is unimproved high-quality acreage in a sought after and convenient location. It is waiting for its next chapter as a “gentleman’s” ranch, an equestrian property or a simply a private retreat.The Facts:• Acreage: 222± deeded acres• Location: Two miles west of Buffalo• Fishery: Over one mile of Rock Creek one of the area’s most prolific trout streams• Wildlife: Deer, antelope and upland birds in abundance• Improvements: None, but there are multiple private building sites along the banks of Rock Creek• Views: Beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains• Terrain: Creek bottom, meadows and foothill grazing 
Contact for Price  •  75 acres
The Rio Vista Ranch for sale in Johnson County, Texas is blank canvas waiting for you. This ranchito is conveniently located 44± miles south of Fort Worth and 11± miles south of Cleburne, Texas on paved FM 916. This raw land would make the perfect permanent residence, weekend get-away, recreational hunting property, small cattle ranch, or even a highly productive exotic game ranch. The north 29± acres have been cultivated and consist of Ponder Clay, Sanger Clay, and sandy loam soils. The soils on this ranch present an excellent opportunity for improved grasses, grazing, farming or hay production. A six-acre pasture in the southern end of the property would make a great food plot. The remaining 40± acres are a dense mix of hardwood oaks, cedar, elms and hackberry trees. A small pond on the western portion of the ranch collects runoff during the rainy season and along with diverse vegetation, this property is a great habitat for wildlife. Whitetail, turkey, and quail can frequently be found on the Rio Vista Ranch. The wooded portion of the ranch holds the highest point of the property at 769± feet above sea level, about a 51′ change in elevation change from the lower part of the ranch. Fantastic location, convenient access, and unlimited improvement and development potential make the Rio Vista Ranch the perfect ranch for any buyer looking for a blank canvas to create their dream property.
$2,500,000  •  65 acres
65 AC Horse Ranch – 14521 Blanco Mesa Dr. Community of Cresson / Johnson & Parker Counties, Texas LOCATION: 27 miles southwest of Fort Worth via US 377 northeast of Cresson on the northwest side of US 377. TERRAIN: The terrain is heavily rolling to sloping with clay & caliche soils. IMPROVEMENTS: A 2,771 sq ft. stone main home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a 2 car garage built in 2001. The living room, kitchen, and breakfast area are all open to one another with tile flooring. The living room is very nice with a large beautiful built-in for an entertainment center, shelving, and surrounding the gas fireplace. Four large windows and an atrium door. The kitchen features an eating bar, beautiful cabinetry including a built-in desk and wine rack. Light countertops and tile backsplash. Black appliances with an electric cooktop. An island with storage. The bedrooms are carpeted with ceiling fans. A large master bedroom with a recessed ceiling, windows, and curtains. The master bath features a large vanity with two under the counter sinks and a huge mirror. A tile floor, large Jacuzzi tub, and tile & glass shower. A nice back patio with a grape arbor. All electric except for the gas logged fireplace. Landscaped out front. Another home - 2,175 sq. ft. brick for guest or foreman built in 2005 with electric furnace. A huge covered arena of 135x359 (48,465 sq. ft.) with three cattle holding pens, large staging area, return alley, roping setup, and an impressive Mexican tile roof. A three sided concrete horse barn 112x50 with 6 concrete stalls (4- 17x17 & 2-12x12), a large tack room, with a Mexican tile roof. Additional space for equipment, hay, shavings, etc. A covered Priefert electric 4 horse panel walker with rubber ground footing. A 12 ft. deep X 10 ft. wide X 135 ft. long pool with ramps on each end for horses or lap swimmers (professionally cleaned each week). Steel cattle working pens. Seven large turnout traps with concrete automatic watering troughs in 5. Extensive chip & seal driveway (redone in 2015) with an impressive gated stucco entry. WATER: Three water wells total (2 with depths ranging from 600 to 900 feet deep). All connected with 6000 gallons of storage. Good quality and no issue on quantity. Water softeners in both homes. MINERALS: ½ mineral rights on 14 acres and surface control on the balance. PROPERTY TAXES: $17,873.00 SCHOOL DISTRICT: Hood County SEPTIC SYSTEM: The main house has an aerobic system and the second house has a conventional system. COMMENTS: An outstanding location and excellent high quality improvements. A separate home has access inside next to US 377. PRICE: $2,500,000.00 ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE. SELLER CAN RECEIVE AND ACCEPT BACKUP CONTRACTS.
$1,490,000  •  20 acres
Experience incredible outdoor living plus luxurious indoor living at the beautiful four-bedroom, five-full and two-half-bath, four-car-garage property at 9001 County Road 528 in Burleson. This amazing home sits on 20 acres with large, mature trees and a beautiful 2- to 3-acre pond with dock. Brick pillars with an iron automatic gate and a phone connection guard the tree-lined driveway and bridge leading to the home. The six-stall horse stable with tack room and exercise horse round, the fully-equipped workshop and the storage building make this the perfect spot for luxurious country living. This breathtaking property is listed for $1,490,000.