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$2,000,000  •  3,796 acres
$2,795,000
Nice block of private lands with water from Chicken Ranch Spring put into a pipeline and ran to troughs in several locations. Also a stock well on the East side sections. Good summer pasture for cattle or horses. The property block has 100 acres that was zoned for a Rail port which also has access onto US. Hwy 93 just 2 miles South of I-80 in Wells. 130 acres also has a permit for irrigation and a test well drilled.
$2,250,000  •  716 acres
Property Description: 717-acre Exotic Hunting Ranch in Coke County, Texas with home, barns, extra lodging, over 60 exotic game animals, and more.  Location: Silver, Texas is located just west of Robert Lee on paved Highway 2059.  The ranch is approximately 40 miles Northwest of San Angelo, 50 miles south of Snyder, 30 miles from Interstate 10 at Colorado City, and 75 miles east of Midland Odessa.  San Angelo has a regional airport and Midland has an International Airport.  This property would make a recreational ranch, hunting business asset, land investment, or a nice homestead.   It is located in Robert Lee Independent School District.   Terrain: Elevation changes are approximately 160’ differences at most and are gently sloped.  Soils are sandy loam and clay loam.  They consist of 4s, 2e, and 6e which can be used for crops, pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife. Vegetation:  There are 5 food plots with west Texas mix (including clover) scattered among the native vegetation. Plants on the ranch include native grasses, shrubs, scrub brush such as Algerita, Acacia, Sumac and other browse.  Trees such as Persimmon, Mesquite, and Juniper as well as a few Live Oak trees are located here on the ranch.  The area has a rich diversity of plant species, which provides habitat for various wildlife species. The region is also home to several species of wildflowers, which make the area picturesque, especially during spring. Improvements:  Right off of paved Highway 2059, the double gated entrance sits on the west side of the highway.  The house trap consists of approximately 70 acres with a large, remodeled home.  The home has many amenities including extra storage, a 3-car carport, porches and patios, and Austin stone.  Also in the house trap, there is a set of working pens, a feed house, dog pens, a 4 room lodge on skids that has not been hooked up to utilities, extra storage sheds, a shop, water well, and a nice-sized dirt tank.  The larger pasture sits behind the house trap and has elevation changes providing stunning views, food plots, a large caliche pit with abundant, quality caliche, and great cover for wildlife.  There are protein and corn feeders and 4 nice blinds as well as a water system to keep ponds at a constant level during dry times.  The dirt tanks and drinkers are strategically placed to make use of draws as well as to provide nearby water for all locations of the ranch.   Wildlife:  Wildlife on the ranch includes Dove, Quail, Varmints, hogs, and some native White Tail. Game: There are approximately over 60 exotic animals and 7 species on the ranch.  The exotics include Zebras, Red Sheep, Axis, tagged White-Tail, Scimitar Oryx, and Black Buck Antelope.  There are three dirt tanks on the ranch, 2 of which are stocked with catfish and perch.  Water:  Water is abundant on this ranch.  There are 4 water wells, a water tap from Lake Spence, 3 dirt tanks, (2 tanks are stocked). The well pumps include 1 windmill, 2 solar pumps, and 1 submersible electric pump. There is, approximately, 1 mile of wet weather creek on the ranch which travels through the large dirt tank on the west side.   Survey:  A survey is on file. See the link on this website and see the interactive map, as well.   Minerals: All present royalties will convey from the present lease with an acceptable offer.  2 oil wells are presently active.  Taxes: The property is currently under ag exemption.    Area information:  Silver is a small town located in Coke County, Texas, situated in the western part of the state. The town is characterized by vast land areas, rolling hills, and prairies. The region is sparsely populated, and most of the land areas are used for agriculture and ranching. The topography of Silver, Texas is dominated by gently sloping hills and valleys. The Silver region is home to several rivers, including the Colorado River, which flows through the town.  Lake Spence Reservoir is nearby and is enjoyed as a recreational lake.  The Colorado River flows into Lake Spence. The climate of Silver, Texas is classified as semi-arid, subtropical, with hot summers and mild winters. West Texas Hunting Ranch for sale near Midland, Abilene, and San Angelo Contact the listing office for additional information or to schedule a showing. Contacts: Mike Dolan, Land Pro, Owner 325-450-2550 Michelle Rushing, Broker, Owner, ALC 325-234-3077 Michelle@MMRanchLandInvestments.com
$24,311,844  •  675.33 acres
675+/- UNRESTRICTED, WILDLIFE EXEMPT acres, no zoning and not in the ETJ, located in Driftwood, Texas, Hays County. The Driftwood area is extremely popular, fast growing and this property offers some unique investment and development opportunities. The property has amazing long distance Hill Country views from all over the ranch, one of the most incredible view properties you'll find. Lone Woman Mountain is rich in history and is entirely within the property boundaries. Lone Woman has stunning 360 degree views from what is believed to be the 8th highest peak in Hays County. This property has Ranch Road 12 road frontage and there's a beautiful 8 acre stocked lake. Roughly 50% of the boundaries are high fenced. The property has a very nice caliche ranch road system that gives you easy access to almost all areas of the ranch. The ranch has abundant wildlife, significant oak tree cover, productive pastures and a very scenic topography. The property has four wells with some neighboring wells averaging around 400'+ and those averaging 15 gpm. The property has the original ranch home that George Straight's old Ace in the Hole Band and George Jones once played at regularly. There's also a newer, second home that is livable. Hunting blinds and feeders convey. Minerals are negotiable. In Wimberley ISD. Buyer shall verify usage, zoning, utilities, etc. No one shall enter the property without approval and all buyers must be accompanied by their agent or broker.
$4,995,000  •  577 acres
Middle Yegua Creek Ranch is the ideal recreational property located within an hour of downtown Austin. It boasts over a mile (5700+/- ft.) of both sides of Middle Yegua Creek, convenient access with over 4200 ft. of road frontage on FM 1624, and enough acreage to satisfy those looking for a true outdoorsmans ranch within close proximity to the city. LOCATION: Middle Yegua Creek Ranch is accessed directly off of FM 1624. The ranch is approximately 4 miles west of Lexington and 51 miles from downtown Austin. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT: This ranch offers quite of bit of habitat diversity and sufficient topography. Approximately 170 acres of the ranch is cleared pasture that is currently used for cattle grazing. The remaining 400 acres is generally thick wooded area with incredible trees throughout. Due to the large amount of creek frontage, about half the ranch is in flood plain. However, the east side of the ranch is not and offers some beautiful potential homesite locations with views. WILDLIFE: Hunting and fishing are both excellent on the property. Hogs are plentiful up and down the banks of Yegua creek in addition to whitetail deer. The ranch has surprisingly good duck hunting with a high percentage of wood ducks. All kinds of fish have been caught on the property, most notably large amounts of crappie. IMPROVEMENTS: Middle Yegua is mostly raw and unimproved. There is an all-weather oilfield road from the front gate to the back of the property making most of the ranch accessible. There is currently no residence, water well, or electricity on the property. WATER: Approximately 5700+/- ft. of both sides of Middle Yegua Creek. Two ponds. MINERALS: No minerals convey with the property. See agent for details.
$11,387,360  •  569.37 acres
Duck Hunting and Aggie Football
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$2,300,000  •  505 acres
$2,950,000 • Under Contract
Explore your 505-acre private oasis, gated and enveloped by nature's beauty with oaks, cedars, and Elm Creek. This home features 4-bed, 4-bath and blends style and function, boasting a spacious kitchen, island, and pantry. Outside, revel in sweeping views from the backyard. Security and practicality converge in the 4-bedroom bunkhouse with 2 baths, a walk-in gun safe, and a comfortable living and kitchen area. The sale includes all exotics. Enjoy a piped well, automatic gate, and rock driveway. This property is in an MLD program, hosting 100 whitetails, 12 fallow, and axis deer. A high fence creates a wildlife sanctuary. There's also a barn, shed, and pens for added versatility.
$9,180,000  •  408 acres
Prime +/-408 acre development property just outside of Rockdale. Utilize this property for a development, industrial site, or continue to ranch on it until the time is right.
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$3,400,000  •  313 acres
$3,600,000
Working farm in Hill County (Blum), Texas! +/- 313 acres, fully fenced and cross fenced. Ranch style house with 3 beds and 3 baths. Two shops with electric on the property, as well as a lane/pens/chute. Has 7 tanks that regularly hold water. One of the highest points in Hill County, located 1 hour south of Ft Worth.
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$1,580,000  •  288 acres
$1,700,000
This backgrounding operation is set up for maximum efficiency and utilization of Animal Well Being Methods to decrease stress and maximize average daily gain. Equipment necessary for the daily operations of the facility is included. The equipment may be removed from the package and sold separately. (Register to access the Equipment List.) The wide entrance into the ranch makes for easy in and easy out for large 18-wheeler trucks. The stockers are received into special care receiving pens for health assessments, vaccinations, and rest. Then released into various pasture traps and allowed access to grass with TMR supplements provided in feed troughs in the pastures. Then around the 90-day mark they are moved into dry lots with 475 sq ft per head living area. This could be reduced by half if more cattle were fed. The next phase, the cattle are moved into dry lots allowing for best ADG on TMR rations and high density rearing while maintaining a very low mortality rate. Each dry lot contains two 190-gallon water tanks with high pressure water supplied to each trough. The dry lots can handle 1400 head with a turnover every three months. Additional pasture could be converted to dry lots to easily increase annual outputs from the current 4,000 head up to a maximum of 7,500 head per year. Call Sandy Brock Bahe at (918) 470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND.
$1,500,000  •  240 acres
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Unique 240-acre ranch property eight miles SW of Duchesne, Utah Beautiful 360° views of Lake Canyon & two private on-site lakes Year-round access along 32400 West (gravel Duchesne County road) Cabin (3-bed, 2-bath), garage, outbuildings, silo, & pheasant coop Propane gas, septic sewer, Moon Lake Electric power, private water Zoned A-5 (Agricultural - 5-acre min lot size) in Duchesne County Water Rights: 43-651 (50 ELUs - Lake Canyon Stream) & 43-2505 (125-AF reservoir storage from Strawberry River Tributary) Duchesne County parcels: 00-0010-0309 & -0325 (2023 taxes: $5,519) Elevation ranges from 6,000 to 7,000 feet 56 miles from Park City, Utah, 78 miles from Salt Lake City, Utah
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$2,268,000  •  181 acres
$2,540,000
Escape to your rancher's paradise in captivating Dodd City. Two contiguous tracts spanning 181 acres, another 117 adjacent acres available for purchase to the west. Offer breathtaking sunsets that inspire awe and wonder. Nestled within the rolling acreage, are around 30 acres of serene woods, with a vast array of wildlife. At the heart of the property is a secluded home, thoughtfully placed on 3 acres of land. Retreat to this peaceful oasis after a day of tending to your animals.13 ponds are on the property but some may temporarily dry up in the summer, the largest pond hasn’t faltered, providing a permanent haven for catfish. Barbed-smooth wire fencing encircles most of the pastures. Also included 40x48 horse barn, 7 10x12 stalls and tack room, a 9x32 loafing shed and a 25x50 equipment barn support your ranching endeavors, Beyond the property's boundaries lies the allure of Bois D’ Arc Lake, beckoning you to explore and embrace water-based adventures in close proximity to your ranch.
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$2,699,999  •  155.61 acres
$2,750,000
Spectacular Hill Top Executive Home offering sweeping panoramic views of 155+acres located within easy commute of DFW and Tyler-Longview-Lake Fork. The property also comes with a guest house, two machinery buildings, hay barn, covered working facility complete with scales and more. The Main residence offers multiple HVAC zones with separate guest wing, chef’s dream kitchen with an island, granite counter tops and dining area. Designed with modern amenities it has a characteristic Texas flair. The homes separate office and formal dining area make this home perfect for a variety of entertaining or work scenarios. Comfort and luxury come together in the main suite with separate sitting area, private entrance to the pool area, spa like on suite and massive walk-in closet. The property itself is gated, fenced and cross fenced, has 5 ponds and a mix of grasses. This gorgeous ranch property could be the new location for your agricultural operation, retreat, generational home or family legacy.
$687,500  •  125 acres
Discover a meticulously cleared 125-acre retreat north of Ballinger, TX, featuring abundant white-tail coverage, ideal for hunters. Coyote Creek, flowing since the 1920s, enhances the allure. With two farming pastures and a unique offer of 25% mineral royalties, this Runnels County gem offers a perfect balance of nature and productivity.
$1,850,000  •  120 acres
Sabinal River frontage. Great building sites. Convenient access. Perimeter fencing. Water well and power. Ideal usable land with incredible potential.
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$2,190,000  •  110.16 acres
Super clean ranch land. No immediate work required. Optimal frontage along Hicks Creek stretching at least half a mile. Immaculate home with great interior and exterior space. Perfect full-time or seasonal ranch.
$535,000  •  109 acres
The view from this centrally located, gorgeous property sets it apart from all others! You can see five counties! The well is known as the best in the area, making it even more attractive! NCRS collaborated a few years back resulting in new fence on the south and west sides in addition to cross-fencing. Native grasses and wildflowers were seeded after corridor grubbing was done to promote wildlife habitat and hunting. The east fence along paved FM 3115 was completely restretched and gussied up while the north fence keeps cows where they belong. Between the cement trough filled by a well that has never been pumped dry, and being a stone's throw from the Colorado River, all sorts of Texas wildlife waters here! Electric runs the length of the front of the property making it little more than a phone call to initiate electric service. Secluded, though conveniently located, you are less than 15 minutes east of Bronte, 20 minutes west of Ballinger, a half-hour north of San Angelo, and only an hour south of Abilene. There is barely any light pollution to speak of. The big, beautiful sky is dark at night, and brilliant with world renown West Texas sunsets! Even with two regional airports within an hour's drive, the skies get so dark that The Milky Way glistens and the stars touch the horizon. Nestled within larger ranches, the Colorado River, and FM 3115 not being a major shortcut to anywhere, you can be confident in knowing your peaceful seclusion will never be disrupted with traffic or noise!
$2,325,000  •  93 acres
93 Acres, Cool, Parker County, Texas: On the south edge of Cool, Texas with extensive FM 113 frontage. Mostly open pastureland and trees concentrated in two areas. Excellent soils for productive grasses and cultivation. The eastern portion has higher elevation with awesome views and building sites. The western portion has lower elevation with very productive soil and large pecan trees. A water well and small metal building for storage. Mineral rights available. $25,000.00 per acre.
$540,000  •  90 acres
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: 90 acres west of Graham with great road frontage and easy access off of FM 209. TURKEY's are all over this property, with the perfect mix of trees and open lanes. They use the trees down by the creek to roost at night and strut down a lane in the morning. Co-Op water and electricity meters are already in place, making this property ready for you to come transform it into your hunting/weekend retreat. LOCATION: TBD FM 209 Graham, TX, 76450 ~15 miles away from Graham ~60 miles to Abilene ~90 miles to DFW WATER: There are two ponds located on the western portion of the property with a wet weather creek flowing between the two ponds. This wet weather creek has five little dams made by WPA after the great depression in the early 1900’s, giving the property some unique history. This dams were put in to ensure the flow of the creek remains the same over time. The southeast pond holds water year around; even in some of the toughest Texas droughts. This southeast corner could easily be converted into a 5+ acre size lake; by just using the natural contour lines and then building a dam near the southern boundary line. CLIMATE: Graham averages 32 inches of rain, 1 inch of snow, and 246 sunny days per year. UTILITIES: Co-Op water and electricity are connected to a camp site located on the property. They could be extended elsewhere on the property if wanted. WILDLIFE: White-Tail Deer, Turkey, Hogs, Varmints, Dove MINERALS: Current owner does not own any mineral rights. There is one active well on the property. VEGETATION: Property is covered in native grasses and trees. Mesquite trees cover most of the property. There are sections scattered with elms and oaks. TERRAIN: Property is slightly sloped with elevation changes from 1210 ft.–1230 ft. The southeast 18 acres are in the floodplain. Building the potential lake would take the floodplain away. TAXES: Under ag exemption through cattle lease, estimated taxes are $115.29. FENCING: Property is fully perimeter fenced with five-line barb wires. ACCESS: Easy access of FM 209, text listing agent to get gate combo. SHOWINGS: Contact Daniel Dye at (817) 312-0744 for more information. Disclaimer: Buyer's agent (if applicable) must be identified on first contact and be present at all showings in order to receive a participation fee. If this condition is not met, the commission percentage will be at the sole discretion of TexasLand.
$4,600,000  •  66 acres
66 Acre Ranch with 7000 sq ft Living Area, Pool, Cattle Pens, in Montgomery, TX
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$1,079,600  •  53.98 acres
$1,140,000
Gentleman’s ranch or weekend getaway with perks, this 54 acre property is already set up to run livestock and is Ag Exempt. Conveniently located 7.5 miles west of Lampasas with 1132’ of paved road frontage on FM 580. Nice 2BD/1B Barn-dominium that is supplied by CORIX water, a separate metal storage building, large equipment/hay/storage barn, good set of working pens with water trough, good perimeter and cross fencing. It has a good 20 acre Coastal Bermuda field to graze or produce hay that contains a wet weather creek running through and a drainage area would make a fine potential large lake. Very dependable stock pond which could be stocked for fishing. Abundant wildlife common to the area. Hunting is great as many big bucks have been harvested here over the years. About 1 hour NW of Austin. 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.
$600,000  •  50 acres
Contact Walter Dean at 512-540-1981 for more info! A very nice 50 acre property in a nice quiet area of Milam County. It is located on well maintained Farm to Market Road 1445. This property is located 10 miles from Cameron and 32 miles from Temple. It is 70 miles from Austin-Round Rock, 50 miles from Taylor and less than 50 miles from Bryan-College Station. This place has good grass with two nice ponds stocked with bass and catfish. It has two barns and cattle working pens. It has good fencing and is ag exempt. There are white tail deer, feral hogs, other native game animals, game birds and waterfowl in the area. There is electricity and rural water on this property. There are excellent home sites with great views. This is a very productive rural property with easy access and lots of peace and quiet. It will make a great weekend retreat or a great place to call home! NO minerals convey
$2,080,000  •  41.56 acres
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41.567 acres on South FM 1174 in the Bertram city limits. Ag exempt and unrestricted, zoned residential. Power is supplied by PEC and there's a City of Bertram 6" waterline in front of the property. Seller states the waterline has sufficent capacity to supply the 57, half acre plus lots shown on his concept plat. Currently lots would require septic but Lennar is doing a 240 home development next door and is bringing sewer to the north boundary line. The property has an existing 1-1/2" water meter and power poles down the center of the property that was once planned for a RV park. The power poles can easily be removed per seller. Property is level to gently sloping with primairly clay loam soil. Burnet ISD. Buyer to verify usage, zoning, restrictions, utilities, etc.
$325,000  •  22 acres
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: 22-acre property with beautiful gate and turn in off of FM 2649. Entrance road to house is lined with trees offering a drive in that will just get better with time. There are two ponds located on the property that would be great for your cattle/horse! Co-Op water and electricity are all-ready in place! LOCATION: 3524 FM 2649, LONE OAK, TX, 75453 ~5 miles from Lone Oak, TX ~45 miles from DFW ~55 miles from Tyler, TX WATER: The two ponds are both just over a tenth of an acre in size and hold water year around. CLIMATE: Lone Oak, Texas gets 44 inches of rain, on average, per year. Lone Oak averages 1 inches of snow per year. On average, there are 236 sunny days per year in Lone Oak. UTILITIES: Co-Op water, electricity and septic system are all-ready in place! WILDLIFE: Property is a home to all native wildlife: white-tail deer, turkey, hogs, duck, varmint. FENCING: Great horse fencing on the entrance of the property. There is five barb wire perimeter fencing along the property and one cross fence giving you two different grazing sections. ACCESS: Great access off of FM 2649 under though white gate. SHOWINGS: Contact Daniel Dye at (817) 312-0744 for more information. Disclaimer: Buyer's agent (if applicable) must be identified on first contact and be present at all showings in order to receive a participation fee. If this condition is not met, the commission percentage will be at the sole discretion of TexasLand.
$341,000  •  22 acres
Looking for land in the country? This is it. 22 +/- acres on FM 39. There is plenty of room for horses, 4-H projects, and more. Close proximity to College Station, Huntsville, Madisonville, and Navasota. Wickson Water, Midsouth Electric, and fiber internet available.
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