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$6,230,574  •  7,837 acres
The Lazy H Ranch is a very rare offering of size, adventure, and an incredible & genuine West Texas cattle operation. This sanctuary from the outside world is approximately 30 miles from Midland, TX which provides friends and family the seclusion and tranquility beneath the beautiful West Texas skies while providing convenience and accessibility to the Tall City as well as the smaller local communities; such as, Andrews, TX. The amazing 12-section ranch is in the Heart of the Grasslands of West Texas. There has been no grazing of any kind for the last few years. The Lazy H Ranch is in excellent condition, being fenced and cross-fenced. All fences are in good condition at about 70%. Pastures are watered by windmills and concrete storage tank for ground troughs. Contact Broker, Caleb Matott at 432-349-3330 for your private showing. • No Cattle for the last 2 years • Big Grasses *Side-Oates Grama, Buffalo-grass, & Kleingrass • 4 windmills, 2 of them being submersibles • 8 water wells • Ranch House is gutted & ready for renovation • Old style cinder block horse barn and pipe corrals • This area is worldwide known for its Mule deer *Blue Quail, Dove, & Predators  • Easy access off HWY 181 (Oil field ranch roads throughout the ranch) • Above average fencing over most of the ranch. Barbwire fenced & cross fenced.   
$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.
$5,406,025  •  4,324.82 acres
The 4324± acre Rough Creek Ranch is located just east of Snyder, TX in Scurry County; 5 miles west on HWY 180 then north on FM 1614. Snyder, TX is ideally located less than 1.5 hours from the Midland/Odessa area and only 3.5 hours from Ft. Worth, TX.             The Rough Creek Ranch is a year-round ranch. This Ranch is a magnificent recreational ranch with an abundance of wildlife variety; including, mule deer, whitetail deer, aoudad, mouflon sheep, turkey, dove, quail, and predators. The Rough Creek Ranch has been mildly hunted by the owners with occasional invited friends. The Rough Creek Ranch, without a doubt, is a wildlife sanctuary with huge canyons and finger draws that lead into grassy meadows and flats. Big brush and bull mesquites provide that needed cover to keep and hold the wildlife to the ranch. Horse Hollow Creek runs from the south fence line to the north and concludes in the center of the ranch into Rough Creek. Rough Creek runs east to west and; although, it does not run year-round it does have and maintains water year-round. The owners have previously fished the creek for catfish and alligator gar.             The 4324± contiguous acre Rough Creek Ranch is under one fence in its entirety with the fences being newer to above average condition. There are no cross fences, which make this ranch extremely convenient to travel around.              The Rough Creek Ranch is one of the finest, cleanest ranches I have seen in West Texas in a very long time. There is no oilfield, wind turbines, pipelines, or any trash on this pristine ranch, totally unencumbered. The Rough Creek Ranch is a true immaculate ranch that devours all the beauty West Texas holds. This ranch will also have the capability to hold a sizable cow herd and sustain low rain fall years.              The Rough Creek Ranch with its excellent set-up also offers itself to becoming an excellent high fence Game Ranch. With the big canyons and diverse terrain, privacy of this ranch will no doubt set the scene for a top-notch Game Ranch. The 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2100± sq. ft. ranch home is a metal frame construction that is in excellent condition and easily maintained. A sizable shop is also available on this amazing property and is large enough to store all the equipment and tools needed to maintain and manage this incredible ranch. The Rough Creek Ranch is an awesome and truly rugged West Texas ranch that is rarely seen in today’s market. Please do not hesitate to contact the Broker, Caleb Matott, at 432-349-3330 with any questions or for a private showing.
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$11,500,000  •  4,250 acres
$12,900,000
The Dos Hermanos Ranch is one of the finest turnkey hunting and recreational ranches on the market in Texas today. Providing both world-class white-tailed deer hunting along with some of the best wing shooting in Texas, this ranch is a Sportsman’s paradise!
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$6,495,000  •  2,863 acres
$8,500,000
This 2,863-acre, totally game-fenced ranch lies just minutes to San Angelo, Sweetwater or Abilene and within two hours of Midland/Odessa and Dallas/Fort Worth. This is one of the finest ranches I have ever seen for excellent live water, whitetail/exotic hunting and recreation! It offers a fabulous hilltop main lodge with five bedrooms, five and a half baths and sleeps 12 with 5,000 square feet. Enjoy stunning West Texas sunsets from porches overlooking the ranch, as well as a rock patio and fire pit area, a pool with a hot tub, guesthouse, foreman's house and paved access with an electric entry. This well-equipped property has a workshop, game-processing facility with walk-in cooler, two equipment barns and a horse stable area with pipe paddocks. There is also a state-of-the-art deer-handling facility with nine large breeder pens and four buck pens. There are 300 whitetail deer in the breeder pens and 650 whitetail deer turned out into the main body of the ranch. The ranch is under MLD and hunts October through February. There are also many species of exotics, lots of wild turkey, hog and other native animals. There are large grain bins, 11 executive blinds and feeder stations, many food plots, a shooting range, sporting clay range and great fishing in one of the three lakes. This stunning water property also features both sides of several creeks with many springs, giant trees and rock formations and waterfalls, creating a truly unique recreational paradise for the quality minded. $6,495,000. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.
Contact for Price  •  2,383 acres
The 2,383± acre Jayhawk Creek Ranch for sale in Mitchell County, Texas, has terrain that closely resembles the South African home of many of the exotics on the ranch, offering an ideal setting to stalk these trophy exotics and monster Whitetail. Conveniently located in the heart of the west-central Texas prairies is an exceptional hunting ranch and lodge with a vast array of exotics and topnotch infrastructure ready for extraordinary hunts on day one. Jayhawk Creek Ranch is convenient to an extensive regional customer base. Located just 15 minutes from Interstate 20 and Colorado City, the ranch is roughly midway between Abilene and Midland/Odessa. The ranch is just over three hours by car from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. An airport for private planes is just 15 minutes away and commercial air service is just over an hour away in Abilene or Midland. The elevations of the ranch range from multiple peaks 80 to 100 feet above the banks of the Colorado River. The native flora and fauna of the region remain on Jayhawk Creek Ranch with wild china, live, oak, willow cedar, black walnut, and pecan trees across the property, as well as plentiful and varied high protein brush species for the wildlife. This land has over three miles of both sides of the Colorado River and over two miles of both sides of Jayhawk Creek. There are six operating water wells on the property, serving tanks and troughs, the main lodge and other accommodations, and two 1,000± gallon storage tanks. The large four-acre lake behind the main lodge is spring-fed and stocked with a variety of fish. A one-and-a-half-acre lake behind the Casita is stocked with large catfish and is supplied by overflow from one of the storage tanks. Unparalleled in diversity, the Jayhawk Creek Ranch comes stocked with a spectacular lineup of native and exotic wildlife. Improvements to support of the wildlife population include two large barns totaling ±3,800 square feet of storage, nine breeding pens ranging in size from a half-acre to 20 acres, and numerous food plots scattered throughout the property ranging from a half-acre to 4 acres. Impeccable improvements on the ranch welcome guests in ultimate comfort and luxury. The 5,000± square foot Main Lodge includes a professional kitchen, full bar, fireplace, and pool table. A covered carport area offers parking for all vehicles. This covered area also has a skinning rack with a winch and rail system for rolling game into the cooler. There is a total of 55 beds on the property. The Main Lodge has five bedrooms attached to it. Nearby is the Buffalo Lodge with a large living area and two bedrooms. There are several other homes for guests, guides, and foreman. Space for relaxation and entertainment abound, including a fire pit, expansive porches, a lighted skeet range, and a 30-foot stock tank converted to a swimming pool with a filtration system, making guests’ time after the hunt just as enjoyable as their time out on the land. Jayhawk Creek Ranch is a world-class hunting destination. With everything currently in place and operational this property can begin generating revenue on day one and offer a lifetime of adventure, investment, and income that anyone would be proud to call their own. An MLDP whitetail deer management program has been in place for several years. The Red Rock Ranch has been meticulously improved to provide exceptional habitat for quail, blackbuck, dove, turkey, and the highly improved whitetail genetics. This is an outstanding South Texas deer and quail hunting ranch.
$1,487,850  •  1,750.41 acres
LoCascio North RanchThe LoCascio North Ranch is the northern portion of a larger family ranch recently partitioned and is ideal for hunting, recreation or running cattle.  This 1,750.41± acre ranch is located in northeast Scurry County approximately 15 miles from Snyder, approximately 1.5 hours to Lubbock, approximately 1.25 hours from Abilene and less than 2 hours to Midland.  Surrounded by large ranch neighbors, the ranch is secluded with access by 2.5 miles of an insurable easement along an all-weather caliche road.  The west side of the ranch is high fenced, and the near square configuration of the property is conducive to economical game fencing.Elevation of the ranch ranges from around 2,150 feet in the creek bottom to 2,350 feet on the higher ground, on the northwest part of the ranch.  Higher ground and canyon breaks provide dramatic views.  Rough Creek travels through the northeast portion of the ranch for approximately ¾ of a mile and then runs parallel to the east boundary of the ranch.  The canyons above Rough Creek, as well as several other draws, offer unique topography and habitat for mule deer and turkey, while the strong grass and mesquite flats provide prime whitetail and quail habitat.  Approximately two-thirds of the ranch is made up of class 2 and class 3 soils.  The LoCascio North Ranch has not been grazed or hunted for several years and is consequently teeming with grass and wildlife. There is no current mineral activity on the property.  The sellers believe they own 25% of the mineral estate and are willing to negotiate conveyance of all or part with an acceptable offer.  The south 1.5-mile boundary fence adjoins an 1,816± acre ranch which is also available.The Facts:•    1,750.41± acres, more or less•    Surveyed in 2016.•    Access by insurable easement with all-weather road•    Rough Creek frontage•    Nearly square configuration•    No current mineral activity•    Seller’s owned minerals negotiable•    Quail, turkey, whitetail, mule deer and hogs
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$961,875  •  675 acres
$961,875 • Under Contract
This versatile Taylor County ranch offers great hunting, good grazing, rolling landscape, scenic views, reliable water sources, and potential mineral ownership. The property's proximity to Abilene and San Angelo make it a great destination for hunters and convenient for cattlemen.Location: The ranch is located in the southwestern part of Tayor County approximately 30 miles southwest of Abilene, Texas, a few miles east of the community of Happy Valley. Approximately 2 hours 50 minutes west of Fort Worth, 2 hours 10 minutes east of Midland, and just under an hour north of San Angelo. Property address is 126 CR 190, Wingate, Texas 79566Directions: From Abilene head southwest on US-277 S for approximately 26 miles to the intersection of FM-1086 on left. Turn left and continue on FM-1086 for 4 miles to the gated ranch entrance on the right.Wildlife & Hunting: The area is known for quality hunting and a trail camera survey quickly reveals that the wildlife have not been pressured with strong numbers of whitetail deer, turkey, hog, and varmint. Dove are equally plentiful and with some native sunflower food plots established the hunting could be lights out great. Quail are regularly observed on the property and with minimal amounts of prickly pear is an ideal ranch for working dogs.Wildlife Habitat: Numerous perennial tree and shrub forms of woody stem browse are found throughout the ranch and include species such as hackberry, bumelia, agerita, and mesquite. Combined with beneficial forbs and native grasses, the property provides plentiful food sources and excellent cover. Some of the creek bottom land provides deeper soils and the perfect locations for establishing secluded wildlife food plots.Pastures & Grazing: Overall the pastures have a good stand of native grasses, and have not been overgrazed under current ownership. Three fields offer the opportunity to add improved grasses and/or annual forage crops, and are approximately 20, 60, and 110 acres in size.Water: The property has a good supply of water with 1 strong water well, 4 stock ponds (2 seasonal), and 2 wet weather creek tributaries of Valley Creek that meander across the ranch. The owners have consulted with a local water well drilling contractor and it is believed that additional water wells could be successfully drilled if desired.Terrain: Approximately 65% of the ranch is heavily to moderately wooded with scattered oak motts, elm, hackberry, cedar, and mesquite. The remaining 35% is primarily native pasture and terraced farm land. 100'+/- of rolling elevation change takes place across the ranch providing distant views over the property and surrounding area. Soils consist primarily of Mereta clay loam, Sagerton clay loam, Oplin-Kavett complex, Shep loam, Tobosa clay, and Rotan clay loam.Fencing & Road Frontage: Perimeter and cross fences range in condition from good to poor, with there being approximately 3,000' along the north boundary that is unfenced. The east property line fronts along FM Highway 1086 for approximately 0.65 miles and part of the east and south property lines run along CR 190 and CR 191 for approximately 0.30 miles.Equipment: As part of a turn-key sale the owner will consider including some ranch equipment with an acceptable offer. Equipment includes:2006 John Deere 332 Skid Steer - 76 hp with 2,500+/- hrs - bucket, 14" dia. tree shear, and grubber attachments1999 John Deere 6210 4WD with 640 loader - 90 hp with 4,500+/- hrs - bucket, hay fork, and 6' Bush Hog shredderImprovements: An old farm house, garage, and several barns/sheds are located on the property, but offer no contributory value to the sale.Easements: An electric transmission line and pipeline easement cross the ranch from northeast to southwest and provide a clear means of travel across the propery and sendero for hunting. There are additional pipeline easements that enter the ranch and are believed to have once served old well locations.Minerals: Currently, there's an existing oil well and a couple sets of battery tanks located on the property, but no active production. Minerals are negotiable.Electricity: Taylor Electric Cooperative provides electrical service to the ranch with existing lines already in place and ready for use.School District: Winters ISDTaxes: Property is ag-exempt and annual property taxes were $1,243.87 for 2017.Subdivision: Owners would consider selling in 3 smaller tracts of approximately 120, 130, and 425 acres at a higher price per acre.Price: $1,009,125 ($1,495 per acre)Contact: Bret Polk, 254-965-0349 mobile
$635,375  •  425 acres
Under Contract
Description: Happy Vally Ranch West is the west 425+/- acre portion of the Happy Valley Ranch (675+/- acres). This versatile Taylor County ranch offers great hunting and grazing, rolling landscape, scenic views, numerous building sites, reliable water sources, and potential mineral ownership. The property’s proximity to Abilene and San Angelo make it a great destination for hunters and convenient for cattlemen
$2,869,240  •  143 acres
Located in Midland County, just 3 miles west of Greenwood Schools on FM 307 is an amazing 143± acres with huge development opportunity/possibilities. This tract of land has really good water and can be utilized for commercial and/or residential.
$198,250  •  130 acres
Under Contract
Location: The Happy Valley Ranch South is locatedin the southwestern part of Taylor County approximately30 milessouthwest of Abilene, Texas,a few miles east of the community of Happy Valley.Approximately2 hours50 minutes west of Fort Worth,2 hours10 minutes east of Midland, and just under an hour north of San Angelo.Directions: FromAbilene head southwest onUS-277 Sfor approximately26 miles to the intersection of FM-1086 onleft. Turn leftand continue on FM-1086for 4.25 miles to the property onright. Description: Happy Vally RanchSouth is thesoutheastern130+/- acreportion of the Happy Valley Ranch (675+/- acres).This property features a great combination of heavily wooded acreage which consists of scattered oak, hackberry, cedar, and mesquite,andopen pasture with some cultivation.It offers numerous potential building sites with electric utility on-site,rolling landscape withscenic views,reliableundergroundwater source,andpotential mineralownership.Wildlife & Hunting: The area is knownforquality huntingandthe property has only been lightly hunted over the last 3 years. Whitetail deer, turkey, hog, andvarmint all call this area home, and dove are equallyasplentiful. With some native sunflower food plots established the dovehunting could be lights out. Quailhave beenobserved on the property and with minimal amounts of prickly pearthisis an ideal ranch for working dogs.Wildlife Habitat: Numerous perennial tree and shrub forms of woodystembrowse are found throughout the ranch and include species such as hackberry, bumelia, agerita,andmesquite.Combined withbeneficialforbs and nativegrasses, the property provides plentiful food sources and excellent cover.Someareas of cultivated land providedeeper soils andareperfect locationsforestablishing wildlifefood plots.Pastures &Grazing: Overall the pastureshave a good stand of native grasses, andhave not been overgrazed under current ownership.There's a portion of two fields included on the ranch that measureapproximately50 and7.5 acres in size.Water: There are water wells on the neighboring property to the west. Theowners have consulted with a local water well drilling contractor and it is believed that water wells could be successfully drilled if desired.Terrain: Approximately50% of the ranch is heavily to moderately wooded with scatteredoakelm,hackberry,cedar, and mesquite. The remaining50% is primarily native pasture and cultivatedland.Fencing & Road Frontage: The east perimeteralong FM 1086 andsouth perimeter along CR 190 are both fenced.The north andwest boundaries are not fenced at this time.Easements: An electric transmission lineand pipelineeasement cross the ranch from north to southwest and provide aclearmeans oftravel across theproperty andsendero for hunting.Minerals: Minerals are negotiable. Electricity: Taylor Electric Cooperative provides electrical service to the ranch with existing lines in place along FM 1086 and along the south boundary near CR 190.School District: Winters ISD Taxes: Property is ag-exempt.Price: $198,250 ($1,525 per acre)Click to view additional parcels available for purchase:Happy Valley Ranch, 675+/- acresHappy Valley Ranch West, 425+/- acresHappy Valley Ranch North, 120+/- acresContacts: Bret Polk, 254-965-0349 mobile
$183,000  •  120 acres
Under Contract
Location: The Happy Valley Ranch North is located in the southwestern part of Taylor County approximately 30 miles southwest of Abilene, Texas, a few miles east of the community of Happy Valley. Approximately 2 hours 50 minutes west of Fort Worth, 2 hours 10 minutes east of Midland, and just under an hour north of San Angelo.Directions: From Abilene head southwest on US-277 S for approximately 26 miles to the intersection of FM-1086 on left. Turn left and continue on FM-1086 for 4 miles to the gated ranch entrance on the right.Description: Happy Vally Ranch North is the northeastern 120+/- acre portion of the Happy Valley Ranch (675+/- acres). This property features a great combination of heavily wooded acreage which consists of scattered oak, hackberry, cedar, and mesquite, and open pasture with some cultivation. It offers numerous potential building sites with electric utility on-site, rolling landscape with scenic views, reliable underground water source, and potential mineral ownership.Wildlife & Hunting: The area is known for quality hunting and the property has only been lightly hunted over the last 3 years. Whitetail deer, turkey, hog, and varmint all call this area home, and dove are equally as plentiful. With some native sunflower food plots established the dove hunting could be lights out. Quail have been observed on the property and with minimal amounts of prickly pear this is an ideal ranch for working dogs.Wildlife Habitat: Numerous perennial tree and shrub forms of woody stem browse are found throughout the ranch and include species such as hackberry, bumelia, agerita, and mesquite. Combined with beneficial forbs and native grasses, the property provides plentiful food sources and excellent cover. Some areas of cultivated land provide deeper soils and are perfect locations for establishing wildlife food plots.Pastures & Grazing: Overall the pastures have a good stand of native grasses, and have not been overgrazed under current ownership. There's a portion of two fields included on the southern part of the ranch that measure approximately 12 and 6 acres in size.Water: There are water wells on the north and west neighboring properties. The owners have consulted with a local water well drilling contractor and it is believed that water wells could be successfully drilled if desired. The property currently has 1 stock pond that supplies water for livestock and wildlife.Terrain: Approximately 75% of the ranch is heavily to moderately wooded with scattered oak elm, hackberry, cedar, and mesquite. The remaining 25% is primarily native pasture and cultivated land.Fencing & Road Frontage: The east perimeter is fenced along FM 1086 and offers a good pipe cattle guard entrance and short stretch of improved gravel entry road. The north, west, and south boundaries are not fenced at this time.Easements: An electric transmission line and pipeline easement cross the ranch from northeast to southwest and provide a clear means of travel across the property and sendero for hunting.Minerals: Minerals are negotiable.Electricity: Taylor Electric Cooperative provides electrical service to the ranch with existing lines in place along FM 1086.School District: Winters ISDTaxes: Property is ag-exempt.Price: $183,000 ($1,525 per acre)Click to view additional parcels available for purchase:Happy Valley Ranch, 675+/- acresHappy Valley Ranch West, 425+/- acresHappy Valley Ranch South, 130+/- acresContacts: Bret Polk, 254-965-0349 mobile
$1,155,900  •  77.06 acres
Under Contract
77±- acres only 15 minutes from either town including the Midland International Airport. NO restrictions; therefore, the possibilities of utilization are endless including almost ½ mile of County Rd 40 frontage, which is ideal for development/subdivision. Per owner: 1 water well producing an average of 25 GPM. This is an AMAZING opportunity for development (priced well within range to earn BIG profits on the boundless land). Private showings are only available via Caleb Matott, Broker. 432-349-3330.
$1,850,000  •  72 acres
Under Contract
20+ Horse Stalls, Covered Arena, Stunning Horse Barn w/ Vet Room.
$1,620,000  •  49.8 acres
INCREDIBLE INVESTOR/DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY in GREENWOOD, TX (MIDLAND COUNTY)!  49± acres of PRIME location with 14 water wells and 2 homes. The park-like landscaping is picturesque with a lovely pond, large/mature trees, and a concrete swimming tank. This amazing income-producing property is a remarkable opportunity of SUPERIOR development land that contains immediate income potential from the TWO - 3bd/2bath homes.   * Home 1 – $200,000 • 3bd/2bath • 2± acres * Home 2 – $300,000 • 3bd/2bath • 3± acres • Improvements * 44.8± Acres of Prime Development Land - $1,120,000 Both homes are in great condition and move-in ready/immediate-income producing, with Home 2 containing improvements; such as, new granite counter tops in the kitchen & both bathrooms. Properties like this are very rare especially in the highly sought-after community of Greenwood, TX. Please contact Broker, Caleb Matott for a private showing @ 432-349-3330.
$1,000,000  •  40 acres
Only 15 minutes from NE Midland is 40+/- acres, located in Martin County where taxes are much less than Midland. This property is an ideal setting for a barndominium and/or great recreational place especially for dove hunting. Combining the convenience of being so close to town but also secluded makes this location absolutely perfect. The current owner does have restrictions that he will put in place, as he wants no mobile homes or commercial operations next to him. Contact Caleb at 432-349-3330 for additional information.