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$7,695,620  •  22,972 acres
The ranch is situated at the convergence of three biologically-distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the state.
$3,489,624  •  11,632.08 acres
The Rock House Ranch, a short distance west of the high bridge over the Pecos River, is located in an area full of Texas History and the remnants of the indigenous people that once called this unique region home. The terrain offers everything from gently rolling desert hills to a dramatic break of long deep draws and steep edges that lead to Thurston and Lozier Canyons. The ranch’s diverse topography and habitat provide many opportunities for both the recreational end user or working rancher alike. Location: Rock House Ranch is located on US Highway 90 just 24 miles west of Langtry, Texas and 12 miles east of Dryden, Texas in the southeastern quadrant of Terrell County. The ranch has approximately 2.5 miles of US Highway 90 frontage. Habitat, Rangeland & Topography: The landscape consists of a mixture of Edwards Plateau and gently rolling Chihuahuan Desert providing habitat and rangeland for wildlife and livestock alike. This area of Texas has historically been home to extensive sheep and goat operations. Today, the Rock House Ranch continues that rich history with a wildlife management component as well. The terrain lends itself a healthy blend of topography and gently rolling hills. The confluence of Meyers, Thurston and Lozier Canyons takes place near the northeast corner of the ranch. This confluence of canyons creates a unique environment and landscape supportive of the native wildlife. The Union Pacific Railroad acts as the effective northern border of the ranch winding its way down Thurston Canyon eventually meeting Lozier Canyon where the tracks continue into the distance. To the south, across the Rio Grande River, the view is a stunning panorama of the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains in Mexico. These mountain views follow you as you traverse the ranch. Wildlife: The native browse, grasses, forbs and succulents provide excellent forage for the native wildlife species as well as livestock. Native wildlife species found on the ranch include white-tailed deer, mule deer, blue quail, Rio Grande Turkey and dove. Water: Rock House Ranch has an extensive water distribution system from the 4 water wells located across the ranch. The additional incorporation of large storage pilas, poly pipe and numerous water troughs provides exceptional ranch wide distribution of water resources for wildlife, livestock and domestic uses. The ranch is equipped with 3 electric submersible water wells and one windmill. Improvements: Near the center of the ranch is the headquarters, which includes the namesake “rock house”, a unique octagonal rock house, an adjacent quarters, a foreman’s home, a three sided equipment barn and a set of working pens. The ranch is divided into 10 pastures ranging from small to very large in size with an adequate number of working pens strategically located across the ranch. Minerals: A portion of Seller’s owned minerals, if any, are negotiable. In addition, portions of the ranch have State Classified Minerals and any rights associated with those State Classified Minerals will will convey to the Buyer. Taxes: The ranch is taxed based on 1D1 Agricultural Valuation on its open space. Asking Price: $3,489,624 or $300/acre.
$22,000,000  •  10,955 acres
The highly improved 4M Ranch is a world unto itself with an incredible suite of world class improvements including a 5,000 ft paved runway, crushed rock roads, headquarters complex, and set out miles away on a limestone perch sits a truly remarkable 10,000 sq/ft home with infinity pool peering down at the 4 miles of Lower Pecos River frontage below.
$3,149,304  •  7,410.13 acres
H Bar H is predominantly within the Bear Canyon drainage with steep hills, cliffs, and drainage along with grass covered flats. A road system gets you down to the river and around the ranch making this place private and extremely accessible. Seven wells with several watering troughs provide amazing water distribution for wildlife. The headquarters is a compound with an updated 3 bedroom/2 bath main house with a custom rock fireplace, hunter’s camp, barns and outbuilding.
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$4,250,000  •  7,360.33 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 7,360.33± Water: 4 Operational Deep Water Wells County: Val Verde and Terrell Nearest City: Pumpville Distance: Minutes Features: 9BR/6BA/2 Kitchens in Main Compound Large Porches on All 4 Sides Foreman’s House 50′ x 75′ Barn with Storage Area Covered Shooting Range Walk-In Cooler Bar with Commercial Ice Machine Large Built-In Fire Pit 3 Silos 3 Large Fuel Tanks 1,500 Acres High Fenced 4 Operational Deep Water Wells Huge White Tail Herd with Great Genetics Whitetail Deer Breeding Pens Large Blackbuck Herd Large Axis Deer Herd Great Quail and Dove Hunting Multiple Feeders and Blinds
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Contact for Price  •  3,946 acres
The +/- 3,946 acres Escondido Canyon Ranch is true West Texan property. Hillsides, valleys, and ravines are just a few characteristics of this great hunting property. If you're an outdoorsmen looking for a blank canvas ranch that can be called your own, come and see the Escondido Canyon Ranch!
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Contact for Price  •  3,143 acres
The Whitetail Draw Ranch is a +/- 3,143 acre tract that is sure to be called home. The ranch is equipped with a +/-2200 sq foot Barndominum that is a 3 bed 2 bath that will make for an easy transition into the ranch. From the barndo, you'll be overtaken with views that are sure to satisfy the eye! Whitetail and turkey flourish these lands and you'll be able to step into a ranch ready to be called home!
$346,800  •  1,020 acres
The Buck Trap Ranch at Rock House, a short distance west of the high bridge over the Pecos River, is located in an area full of Texas History and the remnants of the indigenous people that once called this unique region home. The rolling terrain is accented by two tributary drainages of Cedar Creek providing habitat and landscape diversity. Location: The Buck Trap of Rock House Ranch is located on the south side of US Highway 90 just 24 miles west of Langtry, Texas and 12 miles east of Dryden, Texas in the southeastern quadrant of Terrell County. The ranch has approximately 2.5 miles of US Highway 90 frontage. Habitat, Rangeland & Topography: The landscape consists of a mixture of Edwards Plateau and gently rolling Chihuahuan Desert providing habitat and rangeland for wildlife and livestock alike. This area of Texas has been historically been home to extensive sheep and goat operations and while still operated in production today, the ranch also focuses on wildlife and recreational uses. To the south, across the Rio Grande River, the view is a stunning panorama of the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains in Mexico. These mountain view’s follow you as you traverse the ranch. Wildlife: The native browse, grasses, forbs and succulents provide excellent forage for the wildlife species as well as livestock. Native wildlife species found on the ranch include white-tailed deer, mule deer, blue quail and dove. Water: The Buck Trap Ranch at Rock House is currently watered from the parent ranch across the highway. There is a well (unknown status) and the remnants of a windmill at the working pens along with water storage and troughs. The drainages on the ranch pool and hold water for periods following adequate rainfall events. Improvements: Aside from a set of working pens and watering facilities, the ranch is unimproved. Minerals: A portion of Seller’s owned minerals, if any, are negotiable. Taxes: The ranch is taxed based on 1D1 Agricultural Valuation.   Asking Price: $346,800 or $340/acre.