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$73,361,250  •  113,650 acres
The Y-6 Ranch, near Valentine, TX, is rich in ranching history and ranching heritage. Mountains, grasslands, springs, canyons, and desert habitat creates one of the best hunting and wildlife ranches in Texas. With abundant wildlife, such as mule deer, herds of pronghorn, white-tail deer, mountain lion, occasional elk can all be found here. Smaller animal and bird species found on the ranch includes javelina, fox, ringtail cat, coyote, dove, Gamble’s quail and many, many large coveys of blue or scaled quail. The ranch can be divided and sold into two parts or sold as an entire ranch.
$2,100,000  •  221.5 acres
If you’re a fan of wide open spaces, dark starry nights, great views and a mild climate this one’s for you. Grubb Ranch is located just outside of the town of Fort Davis and it’s cool. This property is 221.5 acres of native rangeland that varies from gently rolling hills to the lush, sub-irrigated bottoms and spring fed pools of water along Chihuahua Creek. The adobe home is two-storied in classic country ranch style with an inviting front porch. A truly unique property that has been used in many ways over the years from ranching, farming and even the shooting location of a country music video.
$1,254,000  •  56 acres
Situated in dark sky country of far West Texas this 56+ acre ranch is in the grassy foothills of the Davis Mountains approximately eight miles west of Fort Davis. A 3,500+/- square foot three bedroom, two bath ranch style home is amenity rich with a screened-in sleeping porch, separate sun porch with windows opening onto the sleeping porch, two rock-faced wood burning fireplaces, wood burning stove, two dining areas and stunning 1,000+ square foot living space with expansive views of Blue Mountain.
$1,200,000  •  20 acres
Tranquility awaits you at this primely located property in the very desirable area of Mano Prieto. This impressive 3,282 sf custom built ranch style home is situated on 20 acres of restored native grassland at the northeast corner of the subdivision. The home features a master suite and a total of 5 bedrooms and 3 baths, a fireplace, open living and kitchen areas, wrap around porch, outdoor shower, two car garage and much more. The property is landscaped and offers two separate private studios, storage shed and garden area. Located at the end of the road, it is very quiet and private with wonderful unobstructed views and surrounded by large ranches on two sides. Enjoy the great weather and scenery and watch the pronghorn, deer, aoudad and birds that frequently roam the neighborhood. Mano Prieto is located east of Hwy 117 about 8 miles south of Fort Davis and 12 miles north of Marfa. Mano Prieto properties rarely become available. Shown by appointment only. Buyer brokers are welcome.
$1,200,000  •  0.16 acres
Bring your dreams to The Sleeping Lion – as it’s been known since the 1950s - in beautiful downtown Fort Davis! With 100 feet of State Street frontage and artisanal touches throughout, this one-of-a-kind property is essentially a blank canvas for your vision, as all of the “heavy lifting” has been completed by a master craftsman between 2014 and 2021, and ready to be finished out to your specifications. The property features include: -Steel structure covering main courtyard was structurally engineered and built to hold a solar array; - Saltillo brick pavers from Mexico installed in second courtyard and back sitting area as old-world-style flooring with mortar and sealed in two large rooms and additionally as a wall in one room; - Handmade Mexican brick walls in main café building, set in timber framing, and 29’ brick bar with cement top built in 2019; - Torch-down rolled roofing on entire building, with three-inch thick foam insulation board and other layers of protection; - Entire building’s height increased by raising the parapet almost four feet, topped with solid cement cap; - 8’x8’x8’ structure in second courtyard architecturally designed to hold a 2,500 gallon water tank; -Nine-foot wall made of cinderblock, every other core filled with rebar and cement, topped with solid cement cap. Built on a three feet deep cement footing; - Custom gates and doors built by master furniture builder and historic restoration expert, using red oak, white oak, hickory and 100-year-old long leaf pine, all planed and built on-site; - Six-foot tempered glass and aluminum windows installed for view into courtyard from all rooms; - Water and sewer lines separated from adjacent home and routed from the alley to 6th Street by professional plumbing company; - New electrical wire and plumbing throughout, two working restrooms and one plumbed for additional restroom and kitchen (incomplete); - Ventahood in kitchen area of former café (Ambrogi wood-fired pizza oven on a stand isn't installed but is also available); - 50-amp RV hookups with RV cover, water and sewer all in place (1993 Foretravel GrandVilla 3300 RV also available - owners lived in it for three years during construction); - Ample room for more structures in the second courtyard; The first structure of The Sleeping Lion property was built around 1905 and has served the community of Fort Davis in many forms over the years including service stations, office space, cafes, rock shops, barber shop, western wear shop, a preschool, a seafood restaurant, art galleries, bookstore and more. What will it be next? Fort Davis, Texas – A quiet yet vibrant community, Fort Davis is a favorite destination in the highlands of West Texas. Fort Davis is home to Fort Davis National Historic Site, Davis Mountains State Park and Indian Lodge, McDonald Observatory, Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute and numerous businesses celebrating the western heritage of the area. Star parties, cycling, hiking, birding, hunting or taking the scenic loop tour are a few of the activities enjoyed by tourists and visitors throughout the year. Fort Davis sets at an elevation of 5,050 feet above sea level and boasts one of the mildest and moderate climates in the United States with a yearly average high temperature of 76.3°F (average temperature in June being 90.3°F, the highest), average low temperature of 45.5°F (average temperature in January being 28.8°F, the lowest) and average yearly rainfall of just under 16 inches and more in the higher elevations of the Davis Mountains. It is the northern tip of the community triangle of Fort Davis, Marfa and Alpine and a common stop for visitors to Big Bend National Park. The area is also quietly becoming the most desirable among vintners for Texas wines and vineyards are being established. With its high visibility and prime location, The Sleeping Lion is ideally situated to benefit from all of these activities and trends, regardless of what it becomes.
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