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$5,413,140  •  7,076 acres
31 miles south of Marfa on paved Casa Piedra Road past the Alamito Creek bridge onto a private deeded easement road to the front gate of El Cañón Ranch. Comprised of 7,076± acres of vistas, plateaus, mountains, canyons, igneous outcrops, and sweeping grasslands making for excellent hunting opportunities. The seller will convey 50% of minerals owned. Seller’s cousin owns the Pascasio Ranch to the west which is also being marketed by King Land & Water.
$1,874,250  •  2,450 acres
Located only 31 miles south of downtown Marfa. Pascasio Ranch is comprised of 2,450± acres of vistas, plateaus, mountains, canyons, igneous outcrops, and sweeping grasslands. This is Chihuahuan Desert hunting land at its best and a nature lover’s dream. Seller will convey 50% of minerals owned. Seller’s cousin owns the El Cañón Ranch to the east which is also being marketed by King Land and Water
$1,195,000  •  443 acres
Oklahoma Hunting and Recreation Ranch in Greasy OK, Adair Co. Barndominium, 2 shops, rock storage unit, whitetail deer, wild hogs, black bear, wild turkey in Hudson Mountain range.
$666,407  •  360.22 acres
High Lonesome Ranch South is located in NE Val Verde County near Juno, Tx. The ranch is 43 miles SW of Sonora, Tx off Hwy. 189. Tract sizes range from 95 acres to 400 acres with the average size of 240 acres. This region is the southern end of the Edwards Plateau, which creates a landscape of outstanding beauty and diversity supporting a wide variety of native and exotic game species. The terrain on the ranch varies from large wide valleys covered with cedar, widely scattered live oak, hackberry, mesquite, and wild persimon trees to flat topped hills and rugged canyons with escarpment oaks, cedar and native brush cover. Wildlife on the ranch includes native whitetail deer, free ranging exotics (axis deer, aoudad, fallow deer), feral hogs, Rio Grande turkey, quail and dove.Additional Tracts Available. Frank Harlos Realtor, Reginald Tuck Broker
$6,700,000  •  219 acres
Burke Ranch Vineyard is located at the gateway of the Shenandoah Valley wine trail in Amador County. Situated within Plymouth city limits, the property has Ag / Planned Development zoning and access to the Amador Water Agency which creates any number of future potential opportunities. Currently Burke Ranch Vineyard consists of 5 parcels totaling 219± acres with 138± acres of producing vineyard.
$1,138,500  •  165 acres
165 ± Acres 10± miles south of Junction Low fenced with frontage on Wingert Rd 1,250± sq/ft main house & a hunter’s cabin 750± sq/ft metal barn & several storage buildings Windmill water well Single-phase electricity & excellent AT&T cell service About half a mile of wet-weather creek Rolling hills with mature oak trees & trails throughout
Contact for Price  •  160 acres
160 ± Acres 25± miles from Rocksprings Gated rock entrance with frontage on CR 450 Newly constructed 1,800± sq/ft metal home Outdoor covered bar area & pool Beautiful cleared area around house Low fenced with good ranch roads & trails Small set of deer breeding pens Elevations from 2,100’-2,300’
$310,000  •  143.8 acres
• Located on the Edwards/Kinney County line in far southwestern Edwards/northwestern Kinney Counties, Texas • Easy 50-minute drive to Rocksprings, Brackettville, and Del Rio, Texas • ½ interest in good solar water well • 2 blinds and feeder areas • Established camp area • 30-mile views from the camp and hunting areas • Deep canyons, thick canyon running through the middle of the ranch supplying wildlife with plenty of areas to feel safe • Vegetation includes scrub oak, cedar, pinon pine and other native trans-Pecos type vegetation • Game includes whitetail, turkey, hogs, aoudad, axis • Wildlife exempt taxes • Listing #190
$629,000  •  129.34 acres
• Located in east central Edwards County • Great location, only minutes from Rocksprings, the county airport, the Nueces River and the popular Frio River • Easy access via well maintained road, can access in a car if need be • Comfy A-frame 2 story cabin with full bathroom; upper and lower decks overlooking the entire ranch • Cabin boasts 30 mile hill country views • Water, electricity, septic all in place • The terrain is steep to sloping • Several large dry creeks sweep though the ranch • Level hilltops • Thick vegetation cover with the canyon bottom containing multiple species of oak • 3 feeders • The abundant game includes whitetail, turkey, hog, axis, aoudad, the occasional elk and other species • Very little hunting pressure through the years • Exempt Taxes • Listing #148
$343,000  •  128 acres
Sycamore Bend 128 Acres • Located in southwestern Edwards County • Good easy access 4 miles off the hwy • Terrain is gentle rolling to moderately steep • Lots of big views in all directions • Electricity running all along the northern boundary of the property • Well defined boundaries, low fenced on 2 ½ half sides • Plenty of good cover for the wildlife with live oak, shin oak, cedar, persimmon making up the vegetation and habitat • Trail system all throughout the property leading to 4 areas with blinds and feeders • Camp area with 12x20 storage building • Shared water • Ag exempt taxes • Listing #193
$550,000  •  118 acres
• Located in western Edwards County, Texas • Great easy access less than 1 mile off the highway -- Can get there in a sports car • Mobile home with electricity • Shared water available • 2 blinds, 3 spincast feeders, 2 protein feeders, watering trough • Skinning rack, 2 large 2800-gallon water holding tanks • The terrain is very gentle rolling • Good thick cover and great vegetation for the wildlife • Lots of live oak thickets • Small dry creek bed running through the property • Tons of axis in the area along with whitetail, turkey, hogs, aoudad, blackbuck • Well defined boundaries, good trail system in place • Many undisturbed areas • Ag exempt taxes • Great potential with this property! • Listing #118
Contact for Price  •  107 acres
107 ± Acres Del Rio, Texas Beautiful hilltop views Gated entrance on Lago Vista Shared community well and electricity nearby Roads maintained by HOA Excellent game management Some blinds and feeders may convey Great cell phone reception
$585,695  •  106.49 acres
106.49 acres listed at 585,695.00. Property has shared water well that is solar powered and has electric available. Owner financing offered with 5% down. Seller will finance up to 30 years. This is a gorgeous tract just 10 miles out of Rocksprings off of Hwy 55. Tracts this close to town do not come on the market often. Once through the gate off of Hwy 55 property is only about 1.5 miles in. Excellent all-weather roads to the property. Property has some high elevations which provides some grand hill country views. Wet weather creeks run throughout the property. This property is ideally suited for buyers looking for a weekend getaway or homestead. The rolling terrain is covered with a mixture of Live Oak and cedar trees. Free ranging exotics including Axis deer and Aoudad as well as a large population of whitetail deer make this ranch their home. Call 361-557-7060 for more details or to schedule a private showing. Frank Harlos Realtor.
$359,000  •  101 acres
4B Ranch 101 Acres Great property for the whole family to enjoy! Located in southwestern Edwards County, Texas Good access on well-maintained easement road Nice, neat 2 bedroom 1 bath 800sqft cabin with metal roof Covered front porch in place for bbqing and enjoying the outdoor climate All furniture and appliances convey 16X30ft storeroom for ATV, tools, and feed; along with additional guest room Electricity and Water Terrain has quite a bit of character and elevation change Super views from the hill tops Moderately thick cover and vegetation of live oak, shin oak, pinion pine, cedar, agarita and persimmon Great trail system in place leading to 4 blinds, 5 corn feeders, 3 protein feeders, 3 cotton seed bins The wildlife stays watered year-round with 3 watering troughs spread across property Good wildlife management practices on this property and in this area Wildlife includes axis, aoudad, whitetail, sika, turkey, hogs Wildlife exempt taxes Listing #129
$425,000  •  100 acres
100 Acres The 5 Ranch Located on the very edge of southwestern Edwards County Good easy access off Hwy 55S Quick easy drive to Lake Amistad Nice, neat +/-1230sqft lodge with custom built cabinets in the bedrooms Extra +/-500sqft guest cabin with pool table Completely game proof fenced Terrain is moderately steep offering some sensational views across the west Large canyons with lots of big oak thickets and pinion pine spread through out Private, end of the road property Several miles of trails Pond with liner in place 3500-gallon water holding tank with troughs 900-gallon galvanized water tank mounted on a chassis trailer for water 12kw propane generator, Shared water, 3 Feeders Variety of wildlife including whitetail, blackbuck, red sheep Wildlife exempt taxes Listing #178
$385,000  •  100 acres
Silver Oaks Ranch 100 Acres • Located in south central Edwards County 14 miles west of Barksdale, Texas • Easy access, less than ½ mile off county road via well-maintained easement road • Electricity and Water in place • 29ft travel trailer in very useable condition • Gentle rolling, useable terrain covered with large live oaks all throughout the property • Areas of minimal rock and abundant topsoil • Vegetative cover is moderately thick creating an ideal habitat for the wildlife including abundant axis • 3 established blind and feeder areas • 2 blinds are immaculately finished out to provide comfort and warmth • 1 stand is 24ft in the air offering spectacular views • Great trail system throughout ranch • Small pond • Located in wildlife management area • Years of intense wildlife management have paid off making the quality of wildlife excellent • Game includes whitetail, turkey, hog, axis, and occasional elk and aoudad • Wildlife exempt taxes • Listing #141
Contact for Price  •  88 acres
88 ± Acres 30± miles from Rocksprings Private easement Hilltop views Cabin, under construction Shared well Low fenced New ranch roads Hunting blinds and feeders
$275,000  •  68 acres
68 ± Acres Rocksprings, Texas Elevation changes with scenic views Low fenced Community water well and electricity nearby 1/3± mile of wet-weather creek Excellent hunting Hunting blinds and feeders An RV and a Polaris ATV will convey $275,000
$219,000  •  59.6 acres
Red Valley 59.6 Acres • Located in southwestern Edwards County, Texas • Shared well that has water line run to property • 27ft travel trailer under 24x28ft cover with front deck • Game cleaning area, storage shed, barn with generator room • Terrain is varied -- several high hilltops and two canyon areas that are level with minimal rock and abundant topsoil, several dry creek beds and large oak trees make a great habitat for wildlife • 3 blinds and 3 feeders • Game includes whitetail, turkey, hog, axis, aoudad • Ag exempt taxes • Listing #12
$242,400  •  55.3 acres
Falcon Feather Ranch 55.30 Acres • Located in northwestern Edwards County • Easy access off US 55; less than 2 miles to property • End of the road property • Very private • Access to shared well to get water and take back to your campsite • No electricity available at this time • Cleared pad area with Super Views to watch the west Texas sunsets • 2 travel trailers in useable condition available • Rolling terrain making the ranch 100% useable • Bottom areas with minimal rock • Moderate to heavy cover, with scattered oak trees throughout • Game includes whitetail, turkey, hogs, axis, and the occasional blackbuck • Ag exempt taxes • Listing #45 • *Can be divided, see our listings #46 Falcon Beak and #47 Falcon Talon Ranches*
$139,000  •  49.66 acres
• Located in southwestern Edwards County • Good access, less than 5 miles off the highway • Terrain is gentle rolling • Large hill tops with panoramic views • Several good building sites • Access to shared water • Near end of road • Mixture of oaks, pinon pine, cedar, and shin oaks • Very lightly hunted • Wildlife to include whitetail, axis, aoudad, hogs, turkey • 2 blinds, 2 feeders • Easy ride to Lake Amistad • Ag exempt taxes • Listing #16
$70,000  •  36 acres
Arizona boasts many attractive environments. For year-round superb weather, rich vegetation and views, appealing laid-back lifestyle, most agree southeastern Arizona takes first prize. Picturesque Santa Cruz County is the broad setting, within it the Tubac and Patagonia areas are particular standouts. Just 30 minutes from these charming towns lies Salero Ranch–demonstrably among the finest deedable, large-parcel land available statewide. Salero Ranch does not offer average Santa Cruz interest and beauty. The terrain, hills, valleys, seasonal creeks, rock formations and mountain vistas that are Salero Ranch make it quite exceptional even in this exceptionally desirable area. Salero Ranch presents a wonderfully wide selection of homesites–beautiful, sprawling, 36-acre-and-up homesites. Your natural bounty here can be quit personalized. Choose from level to gracefully rolling terrain, verdant valleys to commanding hilltop overlooks, cascading rock wall backdrops, quiet cul-de-sacs and more. The variety available at Salero Ranch is yet another mark of its uniqueness, as is meticulous contour surveying of every homesite–optimizing views and topographical features. Everywhere at Salero Ranch, views are movingly rewarding. The towering Santa Rita Mountains north; the sheer, shimmering Grosvenors south; the purpling Patagonias southeast; the lush Coronado National Forest north and east. Right at hand are the ranch’s own sparkling seasonal creeks and ponds, picturesque outcroppings of moss covered and high desert boulders, kaleidoscope ridgetop and valley vistas, ocher streamed cliffs and carpets of colorful seasonal wildflowers. Mesquite, cottonwood, emory oak, gooding willow, ash and hackberry are all resident at Salero Ranch. Oceans of lush native grasses unite all. Lacy ocotillo, blossom-top cholla, other cacti add to the property’s distinctive southwestern appeal. Great views of another kind are common at Salero Ranch; the abundant area wildlife. Whitetail deer herds are native to the area and ranch; javalina, coatimundi and fox are frequent visitors. Colorful red-tail hawks soar local skies; coveys of quail frolic ranchwide; and bird species are incredibly numerous, with a nationally famed avian preserve just southwest. The weather is beautiful nearly every day at Salero Ranch… Salero Ranch is indeed, a quintessential eyeful–and it’s graced with exactly the crystal clear, sapphire skies through which you’d want to view it. Area weather is probably the most enjoyable and healthful in the nation: the ranch’s 4,500-foot elevation makes for comfortable summers and mild winters. Well over 300 sunny, outdoor inviting days a year are the norm. Prices begin at $55,900 with affordable seller provided financing. For additional information and to request a brochure, please call Marty Ryan at 520.421.0176.
$136,800  •  35.9 acres
Double Arroyo Ranch at NH 35.9 Acres • Located in western Edwards County • This is a unique tract due to the fact that it has a little bit of everything in regard to terrain and vegetation • Two live oak lined dry arroyos cut through the property making great travel corridors and habitat for the abundant wildlife • The variety of vegetation includes large live oaks and thick mesquite flats • The hilltop in the southwestern corner of the ranch rises 120 above the flats • Areas of abundant topsoil and minimal rock • Electricity available very near to the ranch • Shared water well just down the road • Game includes whitetail, turkey, hogs, axis, aoudad and several other species of free ranging exotics • Ag exempt taxes • Listing #33
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