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$100,000,000  •  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. The ranch is available for $100 million.
Contact for Price  •  5,892 acres
Frio River Farm is 5,892 acres of highly productive black clay loam soil, with river and creek frontage and an exceptional water supply for over 2,580 acres of irrigated fields, that is an operating farm and ranch for sale in Uvalde County, Texas. This is an impressive example of an expertly developed Texas farm and ranch with quality improvements and infrastructure, that is staffed to create an efficient operation that can easily be transferred to new ownership without any negative impact on the propertys productivity. A farm and ranch operation of this size and quality is truly a rare find and an amazing opportunity for the savvy operator or investor. Frio River Farm is accessed via an electric gated entry from paved RR 187 in Uvalde County. It is 15 minutes South of Sabinal and 20 minutes East of Uvalde. This places the property just 30 minutes from I-35 and just over an hour from San Antonio. This high-fenced farm and ranch operation has a total of 2,580 irrigated acres from seven 310 acre center pivot irrigated fields and five pivot irrigated fields between 50 and 150 acres in size. The farm has 978 base acre-feet of Edwards Aquifer water supplied to the fields and their irrigation systems via a combination of permitted wells totaling over 17,500 gallons per minute of capacity. This includes four Edwards Aquifer irrigation wells that each have a capacity in excess of 3,500 gallons per minute with fertilizer tanks, as wells as a 1,000 gallon per minute permitted Uvalde County irrigation well, and four permitted Uvalde County wells with capacities from 300 to 800 gallons per minute. The ranch currently supports 5,000 head of stocker cattle alongside 300 breeding pairs. Three shallow wells are located by the cattle working pens with a storage tank feeding a water trough system throughout the ranch. The property has over five miles of Frio River frontage that forms the southern border of the property. It also has over five miles of both sides of wet weather Blanco Creek running down the eastern portion of the property. The creeks course has been left in its natural state, leaving it lined with native trees and brush. The creek drains into the Frio River on the Southeast corner of the property. Other improvements on Frio River Farm include over one million bushels of storage bins, covered cattle working pens with loading shoot and hydraulic squeeze shoot, penning and rotational grazing lanes and fencing between all pivots, a drive-on weighing scale with scale house, two fully equipped workshops, and a net wire high-fenced perimeter. There is a site-built three bedroom, two bathroom home on the property built in 2017 and a three bedroom, two bathroom trailer home that is covered by a metal shed. There is a great team of people currently operating Frio River Farm that would be willing to stay on and continue to operate under a lease, a profit-sharing arrangement, or a combination of a lease and profit sharing. The current team of operators for the cattle and the crops would help facilitate a smooth transition for the buyer. Water usage: 1,500 acre-feet. Currently leasing 500 acres at $40 per acre-feet on average. Property Taxes: $35,000 per year. Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.
Contact for Price  •  5,120 acres
Lake Creek Ranch contains all of the desirable ingredients of a classic Hill Country property: expansive meadows, huge wide valleys, and towering mountains with breathtaking views. The property is also blessed with numerous strong springs and small crystal-clear creeks. To top it off, an absolutely stunning 15-acre acre lake lies completely within the ranch boundaries. Break out the fishing gear, break out the kayak, or better yet, crank up the Jet Skis! The ranch has also seen a tremendous native American influence as evidenced by numerous historical unearthed Indian camps with arrowheads and other pieces found at the surface. Some of these sites stretch for an amazing 100 yards and might someday yield an artifact hunter’s true dream cache. Due to its massive size and minimal hunting pressure, Lake Creek Ranch offers strong sporting and wildlife viewing opportunities. Native species include whitetail deer, turkey, dove, duck, quail and feral hogs, as well as a variety of varmints and other small game species. Large exotic species seen on the ranch include blackbuck antelope, axis, sika and fallow deer, aoudad and other types of wild sheep. Although the ranch is beckoning for a true Hill Country dream home, it already includes a nice 4 bedroom, 4 bath brick house with tile floors and granite countertops, a massive 2 bay garage, and a big 3-sided pole barn for ranch equipment. Opportunities to purchase a property like the Lake Creek Ranch do not come along every day, and this one will not be available for long. Come see this extraordinary piece of Texas today.
Contact for Price  •  4,290 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 4,290± Water: Lake, 25 Tanks, Creek, Water Wells, Irrigation Wells County: Zavala & Maverick Nearest City: Uvalde Distance: Minutes Features: Giant Lake 25 Stock Tanks Both Sides Chacon Creek 4 Irrigation Wells 3 Pivot Systems 3 Domestic Water Wells 5 BR/5 BA Main House 3BR / 3BA “Hotel” 9 BR/ 5.5 BA Hunting Lodge Commercial Kitchen Some Minerals/No Production Huge Barn/Workshop Rifle/Pistol Range Level III MLD 22 Executive Deer Stands Game Managed Giant Whitetails 1 Hour To Airport Electric Gated Paved Access
$12,848,520  •  4,289.99 acres
Location: • 23 miles +/- NW of Crystal City• 55 miles +/- SW of Uvalde• 115 miles +/- SW of San Antonio• From Crystal City take Hwy 393 about twelve miles and turnoff on Hwy 2961• Continue on 2961 to end of pavement and proceed down gravel county road one mile to Myane Ranch GateImprovements: The headquarters is accessed via a well designed and constructed asphalt paved road about two miles from the front gate. Asphalt and concrete driveways and aprons around the Main House, Lodge and Equipment Barn provide ample, convenient, all-weather parking for large groups. All the rooms in the Main House, Guest House and Lodge are finished with flooring, ceilings, window coverings and other details of a quality found in luxury class homes.MAIN HOME: 5000+ sq ft 5 Bedroom/5 Bath GUEST HOUSE: 3 Bedroom/3 BathLODGE: 8 Bedrooms can accommodate 34 guests with Commercial Kitchen and Chef's QuartersOUTDOOR ENTERTAINMENT CENTERADDITIONAL FACILITIES: 4 Bay Barn • 16,000 sq ft Shop & Equipment Barn • Shooting Range • Grain Bins • Foreman's House • Hunting Guides Living Quarters • Storage Tanks • Dog KennelFENCING: The entire ranch is enclosed by game-proof fencing in good or better condition. One corner of the ranch has a high-fenced trap of about 400 acres which could be used to trap or release game.Myane Ranch Wildlife Highlights: Primary game species include Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, Dove, and Bobwhite and Blue Quail. Additionally, Waterfowl, Feral Hogs, Grey Fox, Raccoon, Coyote, and Bobcat are found on the Ranch.Whitetail The game fenced Myane Ranch is currently under a Level 3 MLD Permit allotted 60 Bucks and 60 Does. Harvest within the 2016-2017 hunting season included 56 Does and 35 Bucks (all categorized as management bucks). Based on the latest aerial survey results (2016) Whitetail deer density is 11 acres per adult deer with a sex ratio of 1:1. No known introductions of Whitetail Deer have been made to the ranch.The Myane Ranch offers a great foundation for native wildlife in this Southern region of Texas. The ranch contains diverse plant communities creating excellent year round nutrition for the native wildlife. Additionally, cover is found in an arrangement of scattered open areas within denser areas of brush. These attributes, combined with great water availability and distribution, gives the Myane Ranch the potential to be a premiere South Texas native wildlife producing property.• All deer on ranch under current owner, and as far back as information is available, are indigenous to the ranch - no known imported deer• 22 elevated round deer blinds• 4 executive blinds• Numerous standard ground blinds• 18 protein feeders (most 400 lb) and numerous deer electric feeders• 1 fish feeder• Covered and concrete floored 3 station electric hoists deer cleaning station with large, clean coolerBlues and bobwhites provide excellent quail hunting, with cleared quail runs supplied with quail feeders at various locations around the ranch. Dog kennels and a multi-cage dog rig provide the facilities and equipment to put on really first class quail hunts.Myane Ranch Habitat Highlights: The Myane Ranch lies within the South Texas Plains ecoregion. This area is characterized by rolling brush covered terrain and is situated at the northern edge of the 'Golden Triangle' of Texas Whitetail hunting. Elevation of the ranch ranges between 620 ft. on the southeast side and 701 ft. near the western boundary. The ranch is dissected by intermittent Chacon Creek that drains southeast towards the Nueces RiverVegetation of the ranch consists of species common to the South Texas Plains region. Blackbrush, Guajillo, Mesquite, Lotebush, Elbowbush, Hogplum, Texas Persimmon, Whitebrush, Granjeno, Wolfberry, Prickly pear, Guayacan, Brasil, Tasajillo, Kidney wood, Cenizo, Little Leaf Sumac, Blue Sage, Desert Yaupon, and Paloverde are common brush species found in the majority of the ranch plant communities. Species found along Chacon Creek, and tanks include Huisache, Hackberry, Cedar Elm, Buttonbush, and Black willow. Larger tree species provide roost sites for turkey. Grass cover in this area comonly consists of Curly mesquite, Texas winter grass, three awn species, Pink pappus grass, Plains bristlegrass, Texas grama, Red grama, Sand dropseed, False rhodesgrass, Tanglehead, and Hooded windmill grass. Some areas have been cleared of brush, in strip and block patterns, thus creating areas of nutritionally rich and better available deer forage. These cleared areas also provide improved habitat, and better hunting access, for quail.Water is supplied to wildlife via 24 tanks that are adequately distributed throughout the ranch. 12 of these tanks provide perennial water. Water density is approximately 175 acres per water tank. Chacon creek can be diverted into Mile Long Tank during times of runoff. 4 irrigation wells, and 2 wells with submersible pumps provide water to troughs, and as a source of water for food plots. Some tanks are equipped with pumps to irrigate food plots. Some of these food plots provide great dove hunting.Additionally, there are 7 wells with non-working windmills that could be setup for additional water. The ranch lies over the Carrizo Aquifer. It is believed there is an abundance of water 250'-300' deep.Topography: Terrain is typical South Texas flatlands with occasional hillocks and shallow gullies and three larger draws including Chacon Creek, a wet weather but important rainwater catchment. Concrete crossings provide wet weather assess across some of the gullies.Water: The ranch's twenty-four ponds are discussed in detail in the hunting comments. Well water includes seven wells equipped with windmills which are currently inactive due to the abundant pond water, four irrigation wells, and two other water wells equipped with submersible pumps. Some of the ponds have irrigation pumps to provide additional water for crops. Six food plots ranch in size from about 20 acres to 60 acres. There are three, portable irrigation pivots that serve about 25 acres each. Milo was planted in 2016. There is an industrial electricity generator, set up as a private power plant, that provides electricity to some of the irrigation pivots.Comments: To state the obvious, this is a world class, turn-key South Texas hunting ranch. Hunting television shows and world class athletes have been guests at this ranch.The ranch is currently under a hunting lease. The lease may be terminated prior to the upcoming hunting season depending on the date of the closing of the sale. There are no other surface leases and no through access easements to any neighbor. Rio Grande Electric Co-op and the phone company provide the ranch with utilities. Seller may request that a buyer cooperate in a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange transaction upon closing involving no cost to Buyer and no delay of closing. Certain farm and ranch equipment may be available at prices to be negotiated. The ranch sells turn-key with home and lodge furnishings, all deer blinds and all deer feeders. Shown by appointment only.Minerals: Seller will convey all minerals owned and believes he owns 1/16 minerals without any executive rights, subject to a mineral title opinion being performed by an attorney or other land title professional. There is currently no active mineral lease on the ranch and little activity in this area of Zavala County which is north of the recent oil and gas activity areas.Taxes: Property taxes are based on Ag Value and Wildlife Management and run about $8 per acrePrice: $2,995 per acre. Cash is preferred , but the owner will consider owner finance. OPTION #2:The owner will sell the South 2,000 +/- acres Turn-Key with the headquarter compound. All furnishings except dining room furniture is included. Two food plots with pivot irrigation, numerous ponds, water wells, game feeders, hunting blinds and other amenities are included. PRICE: $3,995 per acre
Contact for Price  •  4,000 acres
Large Hill Country ranches are becoming harder and harder to find, and large properties surrounded by other expansive properties are almost non-existent. At an imposing 4,000 acres, Lake Creek is one of those ranches. Almost all of the neighbors are over 6,000 acres, with one stretching to almost 50,000 acres. Conveniently located in scenic northern Uvalde County, the property is a short 30 minute drive to Garner Field with its 5,200 foot paved runway and full aviation services. Lake Creek Ranch contains all of the desirable ingredients of a classic Hill Country property: expansive meadows, wide valleys, and towering mountains with breathtaking views. The property is also blessed with several strong springs and small crystal-clear creeks. And to top it off, an absolutely stunning 15-acre acre lake is nestled completely within the ranch boundaries. Break out the fishing gear, break out the kayak, or better yet, crank up the Jet Skis! Due to it’s massive size, Lake Creek Ranch offers tremendous hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities. Native species include whitetail deer, turkey, dove, duck, quail and feral hogs, as well as a variety of varmints and other small game species. Large exotic species seen on the ranch include blackbuck, axis and fallow deer, aoudad and other types of wild sheep. Although the ranch is beckoning for a true Hill Country dream home, it already includes a nice 4 bedroom, 4 bath brick house with tile floors and granite countertops, a massive 2 bay garage, and a large 3-sided pole barn for ranch equipment. Opportunities to purchase property like the Lake Creek Ranch do not come along every day, and this one will not be available for long. Come see this extraordinary piece of Texas today.
Contact for Price  •  2,280 acres
2,280 ± Acres 5,000± sq/ft lodge Access on Highway 90 4± miles of paved roads 23± miles of interior ranch roads 1st class shooting complex Game-cleaning area with walk-in cooler Impressive array of exotics Genetically improved Whitetail
$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  •  1,933 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 1,933± Water: Lake, Ponds, Creek, Water Wells, Irrigation Wells County: Zavala Nearest City: Carrizo Springs Distance: 20 Minutes Features: 9BR/5.5BA Hunting Lodge 3 Suite Guest Hotel 5BR/5BA Main House Giant Lake Many Stock Tanks Both Sides of Chacon Creek 2 Irrigation Wells 2 Domestic Water Wells Some Minerals/No Production Huge Barn/Workshop Rifle/Pistol Range Level III MLD Game Managed Giant Whitetails Electric Gated Paved Access
Contact for Price  •  1,486 acres
1486 ± Acres 7BR/7BA/2HB luxury lodge Resort style outdoor kitchen, pool & hot tub Holcombe reservoir lake 4 wells in operation Irrigation pivots Several barns Regulation skeet range Divided into 4 high-fenced pastures
Contact for Price  •  741 acres
Located in Medina and Uvalde Counties, the 741 acre Sabinal Ranch is just an hour drive from downtown San Antonio. The Ranch has nearly a mile of frontage along County Road 324 providing easy direct access to the Ranch’s main entry gate. General Description The High fenced Sabinal ranch offers deer and dove hunters a south Texas dream. Large oak trees throughout and over 1,000 feet of Ranchero Creek runs through the ranch. An Edwards water well and 3” PVC piped to key locations on the ranch provide wildlife easy access to water. A two meadows bring thousands of doves to the property with pastures planted in milo. Water Over 1,000 feet of Rancheros Creek runs through the western portion of the ranch. Additionally, 1 Edwards water well piped through 3” PVC pipe give wildlife access to water throughout the property. The ranch has 2 ponds providing whitetail deer, dove, quail, and turkey even more water. Wildlife The ranch was stocked with South Texas genetics and every deer taken of the last season was checked and cleared with no CWD present. Turkey abound and seem to emerge from all corners of the ranch. Quail cover the roads and in the evenings, it is not uncommon to see hundreds to thousands. The Dove hunting at the ranch is akin to Hondo- scenes reminiscent of Argentina emerge around dove season. Taxes The property is currently under a Wildlife Exemption and taxes for 2018 are stated on the Uvalde and Medina Appraisal districts as $3,606.73.
$1,390,000  •  480 acres
This is definitely a place for those who are drawn to the area for it’s Natural Beauty! Escape to the Wilderness to Hunt, Hike, Sightsee, Ride ATVs, go Canyoning or enjoy a simple Camp Out with Family and Friends. Excellent Building Sites.
Contact for Price  •  300 acres
300 ± Acres Tranquil and secluded hunting escape 512± sq/ft cabin with rainwater collection system 4x4 roads and trails give access to property Within a private ranching community Abundant native and exotic free-roaming wildlife Dense and diverse brush covers the terrain 2 Water storage tanks accessible to landowners Several blinds and feeders
Contact for Price  •  265 acres
265 ± Acres ¾ Mile of West Frio River 2± miles from Leakey & airport Frontage on RR 336 3 Dwellings & 1 bunkhouse Numerous improvements Low-fenced & cross-fenced 6 Water wells 3 Seasonal creeks & seep springs
Contact for Price  •  214 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 214± Water: 2 Running Creeks, Well County: Bandera/Medina/Uvalde Nearest City: Bandera Distance: Minutes Features: 2 Running Creeks 6 Dams Water Well 3BR/2BA Ranch House 2 Cabins Equipment Barn Electricity
Contact for Price  •  165 acres
This 165± acre recreational hunting property is located an hour and a half west of San Antonio and less than 10 minutes south of Highway 90 in Uvalde, Texas. The ranch has over 1/3 a mile of paved Farm to Market 140 frontage. Guajillo Hill Ranch is a versatile and undeveloped high-fenced ranch, offering endless opportunities for improvement. The rolling terrain is covered in dense and diverse South Texas brush and native grasses providing the perfect habitat for the native Whitetail deer population. Good gravel trails and roads have been carved through the brush giving access to most of the property. There is an electric well on the southwest corner of the property, near the frontage. Electricity is accessible, and there are many ideal home or cabin sites throughout the property. The Guajillo Hill Ranch is an outstanding opportunity for the serious outdoor enthusiast and hunter looking to create the perfect weekend getaway or hunting destination.
$700,000  •  142.29 acres
Under Contract
The McCann River Ranch features a historic rock home on diverse habitat and rangelands including a 1/4 mile stretch of both sides of the Sabinal River and its associated riparian habitat. From towering cypress trees along the river to diverse trees, brush and grasses on the uplands, this ranch provides opportunities for both recreational and agricultural uses. Location: Located just west of Sabinal, TX, the ranch is accessible from CR 386 on the north side and via an easement from Hwy. 90 on the south side. The ranch is approximately 65 miles west of San Antonio. Water: The ranch has both sides of the Sabinal River for approximately 1,278 feet with deep holes and towering cypress trees. There is a small pond in the southwest corner when adequate moisture is present. There is one water well. The ranch also benefits from treated water that is piped (per an easement agreement with the City of Sabinal) into a creek drainage on the northern end of the ranch, flowing for approximately 290’ before continuing into the neighbor. This provides an additional source of water for wildlife and livestock. Topography, Rangeland and Habitat: Complementing the riparian habitat (with towering cypress and other bottomland flora) associated with the river and creek that stretches across the entirety of the ranch, the majority of the uplands feature a diverse array of trees (including live oaks, hackberry, mature mesquite), quality brush and grasses providing cover and forage for wildlife and livestock alike. Approximately 23 acres in the southwest corner is somewhat mature regrowth offering up the opportunity for a dove field or other restoration projects. Agriculture: The ranch has incorporated livestock into its overall management plan over the years. There is a set of working pens. Wildlife and Hunting: The ranch is home to populations of white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, quail, feral hogs and other wildlife. Nearby and neighboring farms provide wildlife forage at times and make the ranch a great refuge for both migrating and local wildlife populations. Improvements: The historic rock home was most likely built in the second half of the 1800s. The home has three bedrooms and an interior bathroom plus a second bathroom accessed from the porch as well as a tack/storage room. There are several additional barns and outbuildings on the ranch plus a sea container for storage. There is a set of pipe working pens. History: Historically, the ranch was part of the Rheiner Ranch, originally developed by John Peter Rheiner, a Swiss immigrant. His daughter, Mariette (“Ettie”), married John Nance Garner in 1895 (supposedly in the historic ranch house). John Nance Garner (aka “Cactus Jack”) served in a variety of elected positions, ultimately serving as the 32nd Vice President of the United States from 1933 to 1941 and Ettie was the 2nd Lady. Area Attractions: No visit to Sabinal is complete without a taco from Nora’s Tacos, known far and wide as one of the best taco houses in Texas. Nearby is the Frio River and Concan offering river oriented activities and much more. The ranch’s location is between Hondo and Uvalde with both communities offering more extensive shopping, trading and dining options (including HEB’s in both towns). Other: The ranch is appraised for ad valorem taxes under 1D1-Ag valuation on its open space. Seller’s owned minerals, if any, will convey. Asking Price: Asking $700,000
Contact for Price  •  90 acres
90 ± Acres Frontage on HWY 90 & CR 308 Located 2± miles west of Sabinal Low-fenced & cross-fenced Cleared, gently sloping farmland Previously planted in sunflowers for dove hunting Great commercial opportunity Secluded with large neighboring ranches No deed restrictions