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$17,500,000  •  1,387 acres
Ranches of this size, caliber, and turnkey, ready to enjoy immediately with this proximity to Austin are very rare. 1387+/- acres , this ranch is entirely HIGH fenced. There is an active income producing hunting operation in place generating nearly $300,000 per year. The ranch features several species of exotic game, including Aoudad, Texas Dall Ram (Bighorn Sheep) Gemsbok, Wildebeest, Red Stag, Axis Buck, Black Buck Antelope, Fallow Deer, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Eland, and Zebra. There is also a very healthy Whitetail deer population. About 7 Bulls and 10+ cows. Hogs and wild turkey are also available to hunt. This is a very diverse ranch with rugged mountains, hilltops, bottomland, pasture, and abundant tree coverage, including large live-oak, Spanish oak, cedar elm, pecan, mesquite and prickly pear and others. The views, vistas are nothing short of spectacular. There are many very nice water features throughout the ranch,4 Large Lakes plus multiple ponds as well as multiple seasonal creeks. There is an exceptional road system throughout the ranch, making most all of it accessible. Additionally, improvements include the main lodge 3600 sqft. 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The lodge is reminiscent of a rustic mountain retreat, offering abundant outdoor living area, perched on a hillside with incredible views . In addition, there is a caretaker’s residence 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a hunters home, which accommodates up to 17 people with 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 2700+/- sqft. There is a barndominium that has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms attached to a very large shop, carport, walk in cooler with Rail and winch system and covered concrete animal processing area. By the main lodge a large workshop/garage as well as 2500 square foot free standing metal insulated equipment barn with stained concrete floor "Toy House" designed with very large doors with high ceilings for Motorhomes, RVs boats and other large troys. The ranch is easily accessed 15 minutes from Llano via Highway 16 on scenic CR 226 and is less than 90 minutes back to Central Austin. Possible smaller acreage options, available with the improvements. Additional information and pictures found at http://www.lostrockymountainranch.com
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$13,995,000  •  1,075 acres
Ranches of this size, caliber, and turnkey, ready to enjoy immediately with this proximity to Austin are very rare. 1075+/- acres , this ranch is entirely HIGH fenced. There is an active income producing hunting operation in place generating nearly $300,000 per year. The ranch features several species of exotic game, including Aoudad, Texas Dall Ram (Bighorn Sheep) Gemsbok, Wildebeest, Red Stag, Axis Buck, Black Buck Antelope, Fallow Deer, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Eland, and Zebra. There is also a very healthy Whitetail deer population. About 7 Bulls and 10+ cows. Hogs and wild turkey are also available to hunt. This is a very diverse ranch with rugged mountains, hilltops, bottomland, pasture, and abundant tree coverage, including large live-oak, Spanish oak, cedar elm, pecan, mesquite and prickly pear and others. The views, vistas are nothing short of spectacular. There are many very nice water features throughout the ranch, 3 Large Lakes plus multiple ponds as well as multiple seasonal creeks. There is an exceptional road system throughout the ranch, making most all of it accessible. Additionally, improvements include the main lodge 3600 sqft. 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The lodge is reminiscent of a rustic mountain retreat, offering abundant outdoor living area, perched on a hillside with incredible views . In addition, there is a caretakers residence 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.. There is a barndominium that has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms attached to a very large shop, carport, walk in cooler with winch & rail system and covered concrete animal processing area. By the main lodge a large workshop/garage as well as 2500 square foot free standing metal insulated equipment barn with stained concrete floor "Toy House" designed with very large doors and high ceilings for Motorhomes, RVs boats and other large troys. The ranch is easily accessed 15 minutes from Llano via Highway 16 on scenic CR 226 and is less than 90 minutes back to Central Austin. Possible smaller acreage options, available with the improvements.
Contact for Price  •  650 acres
650 ± Acres High fenced with frontage on HWY 71 Incredible countryside with its own private mountain 18± acre fishing lake with a pier 1BR/1BA lakefront cabin and 4BR/1BA hunter’s cabin Game room, pavilion, shop, RV spot, and soft release pens Superb deer herd above the 200” class Previously a scout ranch for the Boy Scouts of America 5± minutes from Llano
$1,285,000  •  86.57 acres
This 'ideally' located small ranch is in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and Highland Lakes. Only eight (8) miles north of Llano, TX on beginning of CR 226 right off Highway 16. Llano is the mecca for team ropers, in addition to many events held at the Kuykendall Event center west of town. Next town up Highway 16 road is the berg of Cherokee and just a bit farther is San Saba, which is quickly becoming a destination for wine lovers and boot shoppers. Last but certainly not least, one of most popular destination if Fredericksburg, which is only thirty-nine (39) miles south of Llano on Highway 16. Location, location. Please see the basic overview of this neat tract. Size: 86.57 acres, more or less. Rectangular in shape. Water: There is not a well on the place. There are wells close by but no well has ever been drilled. Surface water consists of three (3) tanks/ponds. Two of these are fed by Wright's Creek which enters the property on the NW corner. The other one is on the back fence line of and is fed by small creek which comes from the neighboring ranches on the north. Soil: This ranch is primarily sandy loam to sandy soil, which is excellent for coastal Bermuda, food plots for wildlife, small grain, and other crops that need good soil. Tree Cover: Mesquite trees and bushes are the predominant species. The majority of these are second growth or small with a number of trunk branches. However, there are some magnificent Live Oaks plus several Post Oaks that are scattered over the ranch. Particularly, there is a thick Live Oak and Post Oak grove along the rear fence line. Topography: The land is fairly 'flat'. There is a slight rise from the front along County Road 226 to a high point in the center rear of tract. It falls off going back towards the back fence line and the Oak Grove. Nice spots for homesite. Area to the south has panoramic view of mountains along County Road 226. Nice agricultural activities going on close. Fences: Only perimeter fence. There is a small fenced in tract in the middle, not sure what purpose. Fences are old and have not been maintained. With some work, would hold or keep out livestock, but depending on buyer's use, a fencing project is most likely in order. Summary: This is a very well-located small ranch in one if not the most desirable rural area in Texas. Ready for new owner. Has been in same family for many, many years. Some TLC could be in order depending on buyer's tastes and level of development desired. Let's go look. Call Bob Clifton listing agent for more information 830-613-5215. Disclosure: The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Texas Ranch Brokers, LLC and its principals, member, officers, associates, agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, error, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to other satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment of type of us, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination. Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities are subject to many forces and impact whether natural, those cause by man, or otherwise: including, but not limited to, drought or other weather-related events, disease (e.g., Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction. Buyer or buyer's agent must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be sold discretion of Texas Ranch Brokers, LLC.
Contact for Price  •  13.3 acres
Located in the Heart of the Texas Hill Country in Castell, TX, sits the ag exempt, 13.3 +/- acre Llano River Retreat. This live water property is a true image of what life in the Hill Country is all about. The Llano River Retreat is favorably located approximately 18 miles West of Llano, TX, 20 miles East of Mason, 38 minutes North of Fredericksburg, 1.19 hours from Boerne, 1.30 hours from San Antonio & 1.47 hours from Austin, with direct paved county road access off Ranch Road 152. The Llano River Retreat offers excellent flexibility within an owner's portfolio. Not only does the Llano River Retreat create an extravagant weekend get-away, but also offers premium investor potential. With approximately 1,370+/- linear feet of RM 152, this unrestricted property could be utilized for Air BnB/VRBO, potential RV Park with county approval, smaller wedding venue & more! The property offers a gentle roll starting from the edge of the property, leading down towards the Llano River. This 13.3 +/- acres is equipped with appreciable farmland with majority of the soil being sandy loam. The farmland is approximately 6 acres and is excellent for farming/planting and grazing cattle, horses, goats etc. If you're looking for a property you can live off of, here it is! This Llano River is one of the few popular fly-fishing destinations in the state of Texas, and contains Guadalupe Bass, the state fish of Texas. The Llano also contains largemouth bass, alligator gar, and various sunfish. The Llano River Retreat is walking distance down to the river with approximately 600 +/- feet of Llano River frontage with a tributary from Keyser Creek feeding the Llano on the West border of the property. Established on the property is a 2800 +/- sq foot refurbished farmhouse that will take you back in time! This 3 bed 3.5 bath home has a completely new roof, refinish on the interior accompanied by tall ceilings in the great room/kitchen! Affixed to the main house is a bunkroom that could be utilized for a bar, game room, office, master suite etc. . Call Texas Landmen for more information on this property with uncapped potential!
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