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$150,000,000  •  17,132 acres
The 17,132-acre Rancho Agua Grande, located 25 miles northwest of Uvalde where South Texas, West Texas and the Hill Country meet, is one of largest live water ranches for sale in Texas. Year-round Live Oak Creek, fed by more than 30 springs, bisects the ranch from north to south for about seven miles. The line between Uvalde and Kinney counties is on a similar north-south axis. The shady pecan bottom along the creek stands in contrast to the rugged hills and deep canyons that characterize the transitional landscape. The ranch is home to Boiling Mountain, the highest peak in Uvalde County, and Salmon Peak, the highest point in Kinney County. Because three eco regions converge on the Rancho Agua Grande, the vegetation is diverse ranging from pinon pines to live oaks and mesquites, huisache, guajillo and black brush. Its a feast for human eyes and a natural buffet for wildlife. Live Oak Creek is a calling card for the ranches native and exotic wildlife. They gather to drink and loaf under the trees making it easy to view some of the more than 40 species of game from around the globe that roam the property. Its possible to see kangaroos, camels, zebras, gemsbok, sable, water buffalo, white bison, Iranian red sheep, scimitar-horned oryx and water bucks just to name a few in a single afternoon. Whitetails, turkey, dove and a limited population of quail are native to the ranch. More than 50 miles of high-fence encircle the perimeter keeping the desirable managed wildlife inside and the free-ranging game out. With the rich, abundant diversity of wildlife, its no wonder that Rancho Agua Grande is considered one of the nations premier hunting destinations. Currently, its run as an exclusive commercial hunting operation, and as such has served as the backdrop for numerous high-profile hunting shows. The ranch is managed under an MLDP Level 3 permit and features 30+ feeders and hunting blinds located to make the most of the extended season. Because both banks of Live Oak Creek are within the ranches borders, the access is completely controlled and completely private. The only tubers, kayakers or anglers enjoying the crystalline, rock-bottomed stream will be those you invite. The creeks flow is slowed and pooled by 10 dams strategically placed along its route. Numerous lakes, some large enough to jet ski on, dot the landscape. Catfish, bass and bream swim in the clear water. The groundwater is as plentiful as the surface water and there are many water wells distributed over the ranch. In an arid climate, water has long been the lands most highly valued asset. Native Americans relied on the life-giving water as evidenced by the numerous undisturbed Indian mounds and middens located in close proximity to the creek. Lumbering dinosaurs pressed tracks into once soft mud that hardened protecting the imprint from the ravages of time. The limestone hills are pocked by caves including some that cut deeply beneath the earth and invite exploration. After a long day of adventures, the 6,000 square foot lodge with its antique bar, dance floor and bandstand is the perfect place to relax. With a capacity of 250 people, the lodge is also an ideal site for events such weddings, meetings or reunions. An additional 2,300 square foot of covered porches accommodate an even larger party. The lodges expansive main room is bookended by massive fireplaces that stretch from the floor to the vaulted log ceiling that soars 34 feet above. A game loft features a pool table, darts, poker and Big Buck Hunter, a popular arcade game. Guests will enjoy their stays in one of the eight antique cabins dating to the mid-19th century. These cabins were transplanted from the mountains of Kentucky where pioneering families called them home. The cabins have been restored and updated so they meet the most discriminating standards for modern convenience and rustic elegance. Most include a Jacuzzi tub, a kitchenette and a spacious living room and can sleep three to six guests depending on the cabins size and arrangement. Other residences include the managers house and the cooler house, both of which are three bedroom/one bath cabins. Numerous equipment sheds, storage buildings as well as a meat processing room with a walk-in cooler round out the ranchs infrastructure. A blacktop road runs from the main entrance to the main compound. Access is ensured by a permanent easement. For those who prefer the convenience of air travel, Rancho Agua Grande has a 5,800 foot x 70 foot instrument marked, painted and lighted runway that is completely surrounded by a high-fence ensuring that the airstrip is always clear. Jet fuel is available in Uvalde, which is 25 minutes away by car. Rancho Agua Grande is the place for people who appreciate superlatives. Its ideally suited for a commercial hunting destination, a corporate retreat, an events center or an enviable private ranch open only to family and friends. Within its fences, everything is possible . To see the unique splendor and unlimited potential of the Rancho Agua Grande for yourself, contact Howard W. Hood at (830) 739-3815. Please contact for price.
$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.
$37,313,201  •  9,446 acres
Lagarto Ranch is 9,446± acres of a substantially improved high fenced hunting ranch with a focus on wild bobwhite quail, dove, turkey, and deer hunting. This is a turnkey sale with an opportunity to walk right into a ranch from day one that has literally been transformed into a hunting paradise and enjoy the decades of meticulous hard work and planning.
$9,570,000  •  7,656 acres
The historic D Bar Ranch is a magnificent 7,656 +/- acre property in northern Coke County, Texas that has been owned by the same family since the 1950’s.
$10,017,000  •  3,780 acres
Located less than 20 miles south of Falfurrias off of Hwy 281 lies the Glick Ranch, a terrific “sand sheet” ranch that has great quail and deer hunting, fantastic groundwater, infrastructure for cattle operations and fine accommodations. This high fenced property also comes with an exotics pasture, two pivot locations (one pivot) and water distribution system all over the property. Location: The ranch is located eighteen miles south of Falfurrias at the dead end of County Road 304 just west of Encino. The west side of the property has .7 miles of frontage on County Road 309. The Brooks County Airport is less than 23 miles from the ranch entrance. Topography and Habitat: The Glick Ranch is located in the South Texas Plains ecosystem in the middle of the sand sheet and is primarily grasslands with mixed brush, mesquites and oaks. The ranch is almost entirely made up of Nueces fine sand and Sarita fine sand complexes. This fine sandy soil is famous for creating what is likely the best bobwhite quail habitat in the entire country and the forbs produced in this country not only develop excellent seed banks for quail but also produce spectacular flowers in the spring. There is a combination of live oak and mesquites found throughout the ranch with majestic oaks dominating portions of the ranch creating beautiful scenery and excellent turkey roosts. Portions of the ranch have thicker brush creating great deer habitat, while other portions of the property are more open Mott country excellent for running dogs for quail. Besides the oaks and mesquites, other brush species on the ranch include hog plum, guayacan, acacias and black brush. All creating excellent cover and food sources for the native wildlife. The majority of the property has tall native prairie grasses including primarily bluestems and paspalums. In and around the pivots there is primarily coastal bermuda grass. Good clay can be found beneath the sand sheet for creating lakes and ponds. Wildlife: The deer hunting on this high fenced ranch is fantastic with a carefully managed deer herd that allows excellent aging of trophy deer and manages a 1.5 to 1 doe to buck ratio. Multiple large bucks were observed by us during visits to the ranch and 170’s deer are annually taken from the property. The deer are well managed to create these trophies and prove the native genetics. The ranch is located in the heart of some of the best quail country in the U.S.. The naturally motted portions of the property create excellent habitat for quail with about half the property open enough to run quail rigs and dogs. Some thicker brush portions of the ranch have been sprayed to kill mesquite and will be available for creating even more quail country by running a fire through those portions. Turkey are abundant on the ranch. There are many huge live oaks all over the ranch which provide excellent roosting cover necessary for these majestic birds. The dove hunting here is superb with most hunting taking place at the multiple small ponds located around the ranch. The existing pivots used for growing Bermuda grass now could easily be put into growing dove fields to further enhance the dove hunting. There is a 1,000-acre high fenced pasture within the ranch that currently holds multiple exotics and whitetails. These exotics can either be purchased by the Buyer or be removed prior to finalizing the sale. Several of the lakes on the property have catfish and bass stocked for fishing. Water: There are two irrigation wells located on the property run by direct drives. The main irrigation well produces over 900 gpm and is used primarily to run the pivot system (one 1,200’ string) used on two pivot fields that make up approximately 240 acres under pivot total. The second irrigation well produces over 300 gpm and is currently not in use. Four more water wells are placed around the ranch and water lines are run throughout the ranch to both ponds and watering stations. There are also several unused drilled wells that could be put into production including a large diameter borehole that could be put into a third irrigation well. Ground water here is plentiful and most wells are 350’ to 500’ deep. There are currently six ponds located around the ranch with four of them having water added by water lines. Improvements: There is a housing compound that is anchored by a lodge with combination dining room/den/kitchen centrally located and six rooms accessed outside of lodge along a covered porch on the back. Each room has its own bathroom. The lodge has a covered bbq pit behind it overlooking a small lake with fish and a fire pit. Also in the compound are three nice mobile homes that are well done for more sleeping areas and a cooler/storage area. Closer to the entrance is the managers home, and there are several barns and cattle catch pens around the property. There is extensive interior fencing for rotating cattle, and two high fenced food plot areas on the ranch with access to water. Other: No minerals are available with the sale of the property. There are two electric lines that run into the property. The property currently runs its own cattle operation. The cattle could be purchased separately to stay on the ranch or removed depending on the wishes of the Buyer.
$24,545,000  •  3,776 acres
Under Contract
Cow Creek Ranch is where Turkey Creek and Cow Creek merge. The ranch is a mixture of native pasture and dense old growth timber. The ranch is loaded with wild game and a great recreational retreat that is close in to the Houston market.
$7,998,040  •  2,806.33 acres
General Description: This is the first time in 144 years this property has been offered for sale. Deep seeded in history, this cattle and trophy deer hunting ranch has plenty to offer. It is located in big, low-fenced ranch country with native rolling terrain covered in live oak, mesquite, and elm trees. The East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the property for 2 miles. Location: Approximately 12 miles E/NE of Breckenridge fronting on quiet FM 701 in a great location just over 2 miles north of Highway 67. There is approximately 3/4 mile of paved FM road frontage. It is 2 hours west of Dallas, 1 1/2 hours west of Fort Worth, 3 hours east of Midland, 1 hour NE of Abilene, and 24+/- miles to Graham. Directions: From Breckenridge, go east on Highway 180 and turn north towards Graham on Highway 67. Then go 7.3 miles to FM 701. Go North of FM 701 for 2.2 miles until the black pipe gate located on the left or west side of the road. History: The Muleshoe Ranch brand was registered in 1856 in Fannin County by Henry Black. Henry fought in the Confederate Army in 1861 and after 4 years he returned to find that his wife, Jane, had died giving birth to their 3rd child. He then remarried and started a new life with a master seamstress, Sarah. They then began their life together in poverty. Henry acquired most of his 1000 cattle and 500 horses by trading his skill and courage, moving herds of cattle across the Red River when it was overflowing. He also traded his wife's shirts for cattle and horses. In 1877, Henry and Sarah left Fannin County to relocate to Quanah, Texas, but a heavy rain season forced them to stop in Stephens County. They stopped along Bufford Creek and Henry went into Breckenridge the next day to purchase 4 sections of land. He, his brothers and his sons ultimately grew their herd to 20,000 head of cattle and the ranch to 30,000 acres. Henry passed away in 1906 at 66 years of age after catching the flu at a Confederate War veteran's reunion in New Orleans. His wife Sarah then divided the ranch amongst several family members. The Black family has had many accomplishments over the years, helping to make Breckenridge what it is today. This portion of the Black Brothers Muleshoe Ranch is now owned by 3 siblings being fourth generation owners. It is not every day that you come across an opportunity to purchase a historic ranch of this caliber. (Additional history is available upon request) Terrain: Rolling hills to level terrain with an elevation change of 130 feet (high elevation of 1290' and low elevation of 1160'). The East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the heart of the ranch. The riparian area along the creek is lined with mature elm and oak trees with incredible rock features of boulders and massive rock shelves creating a unique land feature. Pastureland is productive for cattle and there are scenic rocky ridges as well. Vegetation: This property is located in the Cross Timbers Region of Texas. Tree cover consists of mature live oak, post oak, cedar elm, hackberry, mesquite, and a variety of other trees commonly found in this area. Forbs, browse and cactus species include elbowbush, skunkbush, prickly pear, tasajillo, catclaw, lote bush and greenbrier to name a few. Native grasses include side oats, bluestem, switchgrass, Texas wintergrass, dropseed, buffalo grass, Indiangrass, curly mesquite, and a variety of other grasses. Wildlife habitat and pastureland is above average and in excellent condition. Water: There are at least twenty (20) earthen stock tanks providing water to livestock and wildlife in every pasture. Approximately 2 miles of the East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the middle of the ranch with seasonal pools of water. Rainfall averages around 29 inches annually and a rural water line runs along FM 701. (See below) Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, quail, dove, ducks and native wildlife species are plentiful and provide great hunting and viewing. The free-ranging, low fence, trophy whitetail deer herd is one of the best you will find in Stephens County. Migratory ducks utilize the stock tanks in the fall and winter months creating additional hunting opportunities.The ranch has not been leased for hunting in decades (if ever) and the whitetail deer herd is in excellent condition as a result. There is one new deer feeder in place, but no other deer stands or feeders on the ranch. Deer Herd: The following data was obtained from a helicopter deer survey on October 20, 2021: TOTAL DEER: 213 DEER DENSITY: 1 deer per 13 acres BUCK: DOE RATIO: 1 buck: 3 does (43 bucks & 132 does) MATURE BUCKS: 8 mature bucks OTHER: Two bobcats, 6 coveys of quail, 96 hogs, 10 coyotes, and surprisingly only 5 turkey (which are normally abundant). Grazing: Carrying capacity for cattle is approximately 1 animal unit per 20-30 acres (depending on your goals and objectives). This ranch is 100% native with no land being cultivated. Rangeland is strong and cattle do very well in this area. Soils: A variety of soils types can be found. Lindy silt loam is common and may be used for cultivation, pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife. Other soils range from fine sandy loam to Throck clay to very stony/ bouldery soils. There are several areas conducive for cropland or wildlife food plots if desired by new owner. Fencing: Perimeter fences are in good to excellent condition and will hold cattle. There is approximately (1) mile of new fencing in the northwest portion of the ranch. In addition, several new gates have recently been installed to improve internal access. Eight (8) fenced pastures allow for rotational grazing and there are two (2) sets of cattle pens. Internal Roads & Access: There is a good system of roads to get around the property. Recent road work has improved internal access substantially. FM 701 runs along the East side of the ranch allowing access to the entrance gate in all weather conditions. Electricity: Oncor provides electricity to the property. There is electricity available throughout the property, but owner doesn't have any active meters since there are no structural improvements. Rural Water: Stephens Special Utility District has a rural water line running down FM 701. It is unknown whether a water meter can be obtained until an application is filled out and submitted. Stephens SUD will then complete an engineering study to determine the feasibility of adding a new meter. As of October 2021, a water meter was available for the ranch to be installed. Minerals: No minerals are being offered. Owners are believed to own a small portion of the mineral rights on this property. Oil & Gas Production: There are 31 well locations throughout the property. They are well hidden and generally away from the main road system. Easements: Sunoco Pipeline crosses the property creating a cleared right-of-way that is beneficial for hunting, grazing and viewing. It is regularly maintained. School District: Breckenridge ISD. Airports: Stephens County Airport is located a few miles south of Breckenridge. It is a quality airport with a 5000' runway to accommodate larger aircrafts. Fuel is available as well. Hospitals: Stephens Memorial Hospital is located in Breckenridge. Legal Description: 2806.33 acres located in TE&L Survey 2059 A-824, TE&L Survey 2058 A-823, J. Hopkins Survey A-74, TE&L Survey 1176 A-505, S.P. RR Co. Section 27 Block 4 A- 203, TE&L 2060 A-825, S.P. RR Co Section 23 Block 4 A-204, TE&L 1348 A-575 & TE&L 1351 A-578. Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. Comments: This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a historic legacy ranch. The Black Brothers Muleshoe Ranch is a true representation of a premier Stephens County cattle and hunting ranch. Property Taxes: 2021 Taxes are $3649.61. Price: $2850 per acre ($7,998,040) Contact: Blake Hortenstine 214-616-1305 mobile Jack Fauntleroy 940-550-4432 mobile
$9,074,835  •  2,593 acres
BEYER CROSSING RANCH: Big live water, working and recreational ranch with approx. 2,850 ft. of exceptional San Saba River frontage. Deep, wide stretch of water backed up by a natural dam with several small flowing water falls. Banks are lined with lots of native pecan trees. Balance of ranch is primarily gently rolling live oak & mesquite country with very little cedar. Fences are good and ranch is cross-fenced into 3 pastures. Small older house near river used as a hunting cabin. One working well with electric submersible pump & generator feed into large concrete storage tank. Electric service is near river and to older oil well near center of property. $3,500 per acre. LOCATION/ACCESS: Only 8 miles west of Menard, TX off Highway 190 and Bois D'Arc road (county). Roughly 2 hours from Austin, 2 hours from San Antonio, 3 hours from Midland or 4 hours from Dallas/Ft. Worth. Majority of the ranch is very accessible with Parrish Rd (private) traversing across north end of property parallel to river while main pasture road runs the length of the ranch. Several smaller roads branch off or loop around to blinds, feeders, wells, etc. LAND: Beyer Crossing Ranch has great variety and topography ranging from park-like pecan bottoms along the river, to former cultivated fields and up to rockier soils and ridges in the span of a 200 ft. elevation change. Lots of big live oak timber, scattered mesquite, brush cover and very little cedar leaving open lanes and pockets of native grasses/range land. Topo drops back down off elevation on the south end and into a wet weather draw. Fields Creek crosses property near river while Bois D'Arc creek clips the SE portion. WATER: 2,850 feet of San Saba River front to enjoy for camping, swimming, fishing, kayaking, floating or just sittin' in. 3 windmill wells, only one working as it's equipped with submersible pump and feeds into large storage tank and water trough. Depths from nearby well logs show groundwater level at 40 feet near river and over 200 feet down near more elevated south portion. IMPROVEMENTS: Older homestead, windmill and tank house right off county road currently used for hunting cabin or base camp. Ranch is barb-wire perimeter and cross fenced (good to newer) into 3 pastures. Electric on property near hunting camp and at an oil well near center-east boundary of the ranch. Decent set of working pens for cattle with a fenced push lane. MINERALS/TITLE: New survey has been ordered and it is believed that seller owns all of the mineral title/interest which are negotiable.
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$15,350,000  •  2,275 acres
Dripstone Ranch is uniquely located in the geographic transition area between the rugged Hill Country Balcones Fault, the Chihuahuan Desert, and the topography of the South Texas Brush Country. Ranching and nature come together here, with areas of wildlife habitat and river, combined with agricultural areas designed into improved pastures, amazing ranch infrastructure, and the famous karst limestone caves found on the ranch.
Contact for Price  •  2,100 acres
2,100 ± Acres High fenced with views for miles 3,100± sq/ft remodeled lodge 2BR/2BA apartment and office Barns and shooting range Deer pens and handling facility World-class Whitetail and exotics 7 wells, 4 ponds, 2 troughs, and water rights Rich in history and legend
$9,355,000  •  1,439.23 acres
Under Contract
The Bertram-School House Ranch is a 1,439.23 acre property that has just over 3 miles of frontage on the Brazos River. The ranch has hundreds of old growth mossy oak live oak trees and is a great hunting and recreational property.
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$3,463,470  •  1,327 acres
$3,848,300
The Finn-Lambert Ranch is a portion of the historic Lambert Ranch located in Refugio County. This ranch consists predominantly of native rangeland and a smaller portion of dry land row crop farm.
$2,950,350  •  1,157 acres
Excellent Hunting and Recreation ranch. Enjoy weekends with Family and Friends or engage yourself in project and create an incredible Hunting/Fishing Corporate Retreat.
$7,320,000  •  1,126.2 acres
Under Contract
The River Bottom Ranch is a 1,126.196 acre property that has just over 2 miles of frontage on the Brazos River. The ranch is packed with old growth live oak trees and lots of wild game. Outdoorsman's dream ranch less than 1 hour from Houston.
$12,900,000  •  831.3 acres
Located south of charming Columbus and north of Rock Island in beautiful Colorado County, this approximately 831.3 +/- acre tract offers the ideal blend of open pastureland areas for cattle grazing and heavily wooded portions loaded with white-tailed and axis deer. This undiscovered hideaway is brimming with outdoor adventures and plenty of wildlife throughout the property and is just an easy 90-mile drive to the sandy shoreline of the Gulf Coast Beaches. On the east side of the grounds, explore the large 26 +/- acre lake loaded with large-mouth bass and more ducks than you can imagine! On the west side, you'll find additional gorgeous ponds and many more great spots for fishing. Towards the middle of the tract is a picturesque 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with a front and back porch, carport, and a close by barn/shed. The most captivating features of this large acreage property are several stunning grand live oak trees that rise up and branch out towards the ever-present sunshine. If future plans are made to improve the infrastructure within the ranch, a rock pit located onsite can provide materials for use in preliminary road construction. This land also offers access to the prime Columbus Independent School District for residents. It is powered by San Bernard Electric Co-op and internet service is SCT point-to-point rural service based out of Smithville, Texas. For complete details on this bulk acreage land buying opportunity and to schedule a tour, please contact Jim Roberts at (877) 333-8757.
$1,875,000  •  799 acres
The Rio Seco Ranch is the ideal turnkey hunting operation located in southern Edwards County. With stunning views, large oak trees and high-density game, this property is sure to grab the outdoor enthusiasts' attention. Three wet weather creeks traverse the ranch creating excellent cover, dramatic undulation, forage and beautiful stands of mature live oaks perfect for wildlife habitat and scenic drives. LOCATION The ranch is approximately 18 miles (as a crow flies) southwest of Rocksprings, TX. It is accessed off of CR 460 and an approximately 2 mile long ingress/egress easement. For more information on location, please see the MapRight map provided below on the listing page. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The Rio Seco Ranch has nearly 230 feet of topographical relief with the highest point being 2,200 feet above sea level. Five Mile Draw, a major tributary of the West Prong Nueces, traverses the property providing excellent habitat, thermal cover and acts as a travel corridor for the wildlife. Typical of this part of the Hill Country, the habitat includes large stands of live oak, pion pine, Ashe juniper, scrub oak, cedar elm as well as a few brush species, succulents and native grasses. In the bottom country there are wonderful stands of large live oak trees and fertile soils with nice grasslands. There has been approximately 220 acres strategically cleared of cedar to open up areas creating new rangeland and diversity to benefit the wildlife. WILDLIFE The Rio Seco Ranch has been properly and meticulously managed by the same steward for over a decade. The ranch is home to thriving populations of both native and exotic species. These herds of native and exotic species have been managed over the years to achieve trophy level status while keeping populations and healthy ratios. With an adequate feed program, excellent water distribution and consistent harvest records this is one of the finest Edwards County hunting ranches available. Current Estimated Game Species Populations: White-tailed deer: Approximately 85 deer (50/50 Ratio) Axis deer: Approximately 90 deer Blackbuck: Approximately 25 (8-9 distinguishable bucks) Scimitar-horned oryx: Approximately 15 (at lease 2 bulls) Healthy populations of Rio Grande turkey and feral hogs! The Rio Seco Ranch over the years has become highly focused on trophy axis. The ranch typically supports the harvest of 4-8 mature trophy axis bucks (31 to 36 inches) annually with an average length of 33 inches in 2021. The total number of axis harvested every year for all the pastures combined is approximately 15-20 axis based on the estimated population each year. Please ask the listing associate for more harvest data on white-tailed deer and other species on the ranch. IMPROVEMENTS Situated overlooking the whole ranch and the West Prong Nueces River valley is a charming 2 bedroom 2 bath home (built in 2012) featuring an open floor plan kitchen/dining and living area and a front porch with a view. In addition to the main ranch house are two cabins used as guest rooms. Between all of the improvements, the ranch can accommodate up to 12 people. For entertaining and stargazing, there is a large patio off the back of the home with a fire pit; also perfect for morning coffee as the sun rises over the mountains. During the warmer months the swimming pool, situated just a short distance from the patio, is a great place to cool off between hunts! A short but unobtrusive distance away from the headquarters is the barn and game cleaning facility. The barn is approximately 10030 with the enclosed portion being 4030. The ranch is strategically set up with 10 blind & feeder locations. The blinds and feeders are top-of-the-line quality and ready for use! The ranch is currently split into three high-fenced pastures and one low-fenced pasture to the north. These 3 pastures range from the largest being 314+/- acres known as the House Pasture to the 200+/- acres known as the Barn Pasture to 159+/- acres known as the Oryx Pasture. All of these pastures are at least equipped with the basic ranch infrastructure needed to perform ranch operations. WATER In addition to wet weather creek flows, the ranch has 5 operating water wells for domestic and wildlife uses. These 5 water wells work together to distribute water to 3 earthen ponds, several drinkers, 1 header dam as well as supply water to the house and barn. (Please inquire with listing agent, Ross, for detailed information in Rio Seco Ranch Notes). ELECTRICITY All pastures have an electric service line. MINERALS Sellers owned minerals are negotiable. OTHER The ranch is appraised for ad valorem taxes under 1D1-Ag/ Wildlife Management valuation on its open space. Sellers home furnishings, appliances, linens and kitchen items and much more will convey. Clothing, firearms, ammunition, artwork, photos, taxidermy and other similar personal effects do not convey and will be retained by Seller. Although not included in the asking price, sellers 2009 F-250 and 4- ton feed-jet feed trailer are separately negotiable. (Please inquire with listing agent, Ross, for detailed information in Rio Seco Ranch Notes)
$1,649,000  •  605 acres
Family Hunting and Recreation Ranch or Great Potential for Hunting Operation. Building Sites, Lakes Sites, Useable Land, Heavy Wildlife Traffic
$2,700,000  •  600 acres
Under Contract
Great ranch with live water, views, hardwoods, little to no cedar and county road frontage. Transmission line does run down the east side next to the county road.
$1,499,000  •  551.79 acres
Excellent Hunting and Recreation ranch. Great Location, Easy Access, Building Sites, Lake Sites, Useable Land, Heavy Wildlife Traffic.
$2,249,000  •  502.16 acres
Fine South Texas Hunting, Livestock and Recreation Ranch. Ag Use Tax Exemption Status. Income Producing.
$3,575,000  •  446 acres
Clark’s Creek Ranch is located four miles east of Yoakum, TX, and 2.5 miles south of the community of Sweet Home, TX, roughly midway between Houston and San Antonio. Comprised of over 446 acres, the ranch fronts FM Highway 2543 for approximately 1,700 feet and has secondary access from LCR 418. The ranch is populated with different vegetation, brush, and tree species, as the soil variations would indicate. Ample tree populations of live oak, pecan, and mesquite are found throughout the ranch. The less desirable brush species such as huisache, McCartney rose and others are also well established. The soil makeup (Hallettsville series) varies across the ranch from heavy clays to sandy loams. The sandier soils on portions of the ranch are relativity still open and under maintenance by the grazing tenant. Typical water wells in the region would suggest reliable groundwater sources from the Gulf Coast Aquifer at depths of 200-600 feet. Regular game species would consist of whitetail deer, wild turkey, dove, duck, and feral pigs. Clark’s Creek Ranch has been under the same ownership for several decades, left undisturbed and untamed. It is the perfect candidate to invest in a family property that is easy to own from a distance, or on which to build a family compound.
$1,599,750  •  405 acres
Ideal Hunting and Recreation Ranch for Family and Friends or a great place for a Corporate Retreat. SUPERB Road System and trails provide access throughout the ranch. Great Building Sites, Lake Sites. Breathtaking Views all around!
$5,995,000  •  400 acres
Under Contract
One-of-a-kind property on the beautiful Texas Coast on Carancahua Bay. Located just south of Highway 35 and Highway 172 near Port Alto. The property is a peninsula that forms out into Carancahua Bay and has some of the best fishing on the Texas Coast. The home has amazing views from all sides and a beautiful in-ground pool overlooking the bay. This ranch is perfect for development and there are 2 very successful developments just across the bay: El Campo Beach Club and Cape Carancuha development. The property could also be used as a first-class hunting and fishing lodge with an equestrian center. LOCATION Located in Calhoun County just south of Highway 35 and Highway 172 near Port Alto, Texas on Carancahua Bay. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch is mostly flat and fairly high above sea level. The soil is good and supports a good stand of Gordo bluestem and Angleton bluestem grass as well as some coastal bermudagrass and other native grasses. The habitat is mostly open pasture land. WILDLIFE The ranch is a birders paradise and the Audubon Society has been there many times for their annual bird survey. Many varieties of birds are here as well as seasonal migrating birds and ducks. Also a few coveys of quail. AGRICULTURE The ranch is primarily a Brangus cattle ranch and has a wonderful equestrian center with a 38 stall horse barn and a 23,000 square foot metal barn with storage. There is an established live oak nursery with hundreds of large trees that can be dug by spade truck and planted all over the property. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch includes a 4,250 square foot, 3 bed/3 bath, 2 car garage stucco home with a beautiful in-ground pool overlooking Carancahua Bay as well as a 1 bed/1 bath guest quarters. Several other buildings include an airplane hangar, helicopter pad and 2 grass runways. There is a 38 stall horse barn, 23,000 square foot barn, a shop with offices, an apartment, workout room and sewing room. WATER 7 total wells including one 10 inch irrigation well, 2 wells by the main house, 2 wells with no pump, just casings and a well that irrigates the live oak nursery. ELECTRICITY Mostly buried underground. MINERALS No minerals are owned by seller.