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$96,091,250  •  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.
$14,950,000  •  29,142 acres
Now available in three configurations priced from $5,870,000 – $14,950,000. “World-class” is no exaggeration when describing the exceptional trophy elk hunting on the renowned Southern Cross Ranch in west-central New Mexico. On the Southern Cross Ranch, geography, genetics and habitat have combined to create an entire ecosystem that produces some of the largest bull elk on the planet. The Southern Cross is indeed a “land of giants” well-known for amazing numbers of 350- to 400-class bulls that have free access to its 29,142 acres (18,535 deeded). Simply put, the Southern Cross controls over 45 square miles of the finest trophy elk habitat anywhere.
$15,554,171  •  19,814 acres
Tesnus Ranch is a cattle and hunting recreation ranch with an amazing amount of seclusion framed between towering mountains all within diverse low, mid to high desert habitats. An excellent all-weather caliche road provides access into the ranch where near the entrance there is a very nice modern 3-bedroom 2-bath Headquarters home.
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$13,675,000  •  17,436.61 acres
The well-known J Bar Ranch is now for sale. This legacy ranch has been in the same family since prior to 1906. After much consideration the family has decided to list the property for sale. This 17,438 acre + – is ranch located in NW Crane County, TX. The ranch is located south of Penwell with FM 1601 running parallel with the east perimeter for 7 miles. The south side is fronted by FM 1233 for approximately 5 miles, with the entrance to the headquarters on the eastern side. The J Bar Ranch features a fabulous headquarters with the main house, garage and upstairs apartment, large metal RV garage and trophy room, and barns, sheds, and outbuildings completely fenced within a 4-acre tract. Of keynote attention is the original ranch house that was built in 1906 by R.D. McGee who homesteaded the land. It is recognized by the Texas State Historical Commission as the “oldest” house in Crane County. The J Bar Ranch is contiguous on the north side of CR 1233 with the exception of 4 sections which is located across the highway on the south side. As seen by the pictures, this ranch is situated in the sand country of the Permian Basin and does have an inactive sand plant on it. This historic ranch was a prominent Hereford breeder for many years and the sand county is very strong for cattle. There are ample wells and water lines to provide service to watering troughs throughout the ranch. Please plan a good part of the day when viewing as this a big place with much to see. For your private tour please contact Bob Clifton 830-613-5215.
Contact for Price  •  10,800 acres
10,800 ± Acres Elevation ranges from 2,000’- 2,400’ Frontage on HWY 349 Incredible West Texas terrain Various homesites with long canyon views Two hunting encampments & ranching facilities Three windmills supply storage tanks & water troughs Miles of wet weather creeks Abundant native wildlife and game
$5,877,900  •  7,837 acres
The Lazy H Ranch is a very rare offering of size, adventure, and an incredible & genuine West Texas cattle operation. This sanctuary from the outside world is approximately 30 miles from Midland, TX which provides friends and family the seclusion and tranquility beneath the beautiful West Texas skies while providing convenience and accessibility to the Tall City as well as the smaller local communities; such as, Andrews, TX. The amazing 12-section ranch is in the Heart of the Grasslands of West Texas. There has been no grazing of any kind for the last few years. The Lazy H Ranch is in excellent condition, being fenced and cross-fenced. All fences are in good condition at about 70%. Pastures are watered by windmills and concrete storage tank for ground troughs. Contact Broker, Caleb Matott at 432-349-3330 for your private showing. • No Cattle for the last several years • Big Grasses *Side-Oates Grama, Buffalo-grass, & Kleingrass • 4 windmills, 2 of them being submersibles • 8 water wells • Ranch House is gutted & ready for renovation • Old style cinder block horse barn and pipe corrals • This area is worldwide known for its Mule deer *Blue Quail, Dove, & Predators  • Easy access off HWY 181 (Oil field ranch roads throughout the ranch) • Above average fencing over most of the ranch. Barbwire fenced & cross fenced.   
$4,000,000  •  4,441 acres
The Gardner Farm & Pasture is a combination of productive irrigated farm ground and prime ranch land, located 12 miles west of Alliance, Nebraska in the Snake Creek Valley. Spanning 4,441 deeded acres +/- the subject property is comprised of 372.2 certified irrigated acres under three pivots with the balance being in grass. Improvements include; good cattle facilities, a newer modular home, two older ranch houses, a large equipment shop and four 22,000 bu Behlen grain bins which were newly rewired in 2016. All three center-pivot irrigated circles have excellent shallow irrigation wells in the prolific Arikaree Aquifer, with shallow levels that have stayed nearly static over the past 40 years. The wells and pivots have been annually serviced by Western Valley Irrigation and Dustin White Pump Service and are electric powered (PREMA) except for the south pivot, which is powered by a John Deere diesel generator. These irrigation wells are metered and have been conservatively used with a large unused future water reserve established with the Upper Niobrara – White Natural Resource District. The soils are sandy silt loam which produces excellent crops and grazing. The farm has raised corn (220 bu/a in 2015), wheat (100-120 bu/a in most years), edible beans (40-50 bu/a most years), sugar beets with top yields, excellent dairy alfalfa for many years and excellent potatoes (cash rented) over the past 40 years. The ranch land on the Gardner Farm and Pasture is crossed fenced into 9 pastures. It is well watered with shallow stock water wells equipped with windmills and electric submersible pumps on the same well with large watering tanks. Set up as a turnkey cattle operation, working improvements include; good cattle feeding pens, very good cattle working facilities and calving barns. The Gardner Farm & Pasture offers a turnkey, well balanced operation that few other properties have to offer. This property has been well cared for and managed by the owner/operator (farmer-rancher) in cooperation with good tenant farmers and ranchers. To arrange a time to view the Gardner Farms & Pasture call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
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$1,950,000  •  3,560 acres
$2,200,000
Built by American artist, R. Brownell McGrew, this 3560 (1,360 deeded/2,200 leased) acre ranch boasts a 6045 s.f. ranch house/guest house/studio/chapel along with an indoor arena.
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$12,750,000  •  2,582.24 acres
SRK River Ranch 2,582.24 Acres The Ranch property contains 2,582.24 acres of land located along northeast side of FM 500, about one mile north of CR 215 and approximately fifteen miles northwest of San Saba in San Saba County, Texas. The property offers a wide variety of topographical relief from gently sloping improved pasture to rolling and steeply sloping native pasture. The property provides a total change in elevation of about 180 feet with the main drainage features being Cottonwood Creek, Turkey Creek and the Colorado River. Sandy loam soils typical of the neighborhood are dispersed over the subject with numerous sandstone outcrops on the upland native pastures. Tree cover consists of a variety of oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, willow, pecan and mesquite trees. The property has been well-maintained over time with very little cedar tree regrowth. It has a desirable mixture of land types with about 175 acres in open improved pasture, 10 acres in pecan orchard and the balance being in wooded native pasture. There are numerous earthen stock tanks on the property which reportedly hold water throughout the year. A private well and meters from Richland Springs WSC provide potable water to the subject dwellings and livestock water troughs. The entire property is enclosed within standard height barb wire fencing in good condition. Wildlife species on the ranch are typical of the neighborhood, including whitetail deer, hog, turkey, dove and quail. Several of the earthen tanks are also stocked with bass. The property is physically capable of supporting a wide range of land uses dominated by outdoor recreation, livestock production and use as a large acreage home site. The property is improved with a 3,267 SF (living area) main house, a guest cabin, two ranch hand houses, and various out-buildings. The main house is a high-quality residence suitable for owner occupancy on a full or part-time basis. The house design is well suited to occupancy by the owner and for guest lodging along with entertainment. The guest cabin is very functional and provides additional guest lodging. The two ranch hand houses are modest in size and design, representing older dates of construction. These two dwellings have historically been used by ranch employees. The outbuildings include a barn, equipment shed and horse barn which complement the livestock production and outdoor recreational uses of the ranch. These out-buildings are highly functional and are utilized for a multitude of ranch functions. The property is located outside the boundaries of any municipality and is not subject to zoning. The property is subject to the regulations of San Saba County regarding the installation and operation of on-site septic systems as well as any subdivision of the property. Land Uses: The area neighborhood has historically been owned in larger ranch units with trends over the past thirty years toward division into smaller units. Ownerships remain typically above 100 acres with several ranches above 500 acres. The balance of neighborhood properties consists of acreage home sites, recreational and livestock-based land uses. Guest Cabin: The guest cabin is located southwest of the main house, containing a total of 1,394 SF of living area. The cabin represents wood frame construction on a pier-and-beam foundation with masonry and concrete fiber board siding on the exterior walls and a corrugated metal roof. A 410 SF covered porch is attached to the front of the cabin as well as a 230 SF enclosed screen porch. The floorplan provides two bedrooms and two baths with a bunkroom, open dining/kitchen/living area and pantry/utility room. Interior finishes include rustic wood floors and barn wood panel walls and ceilings. The cabin utilizes central heat and air for interior climate control. An on-site septic system handles wastewater disposal. The guest cabin represents older original construction with additions and remodeling occurring within the past fifteen years. Ranch Hand Houses: There are two ranch hand houses located on the southwestern portion of the subject near FM 500. These two modest dwellings consist of wood frame construction with siding exteriors and sheet metal roofs. One house contains about 900 SF and is built on a concrete slab foundation while the second house utilizes a pier-and-beam foundation and contains about 1,350 SF. Both structures use window units for cooling and space heaters with on-site septic systems handling wastewater disposal. These houses are occupied full-time by employees of the ownership. The age of the houses is unknown but is estimated to have been built in the 1950’s. A ±700 SF detached garage is situated south of the ranch hand houses. This structure is supported by a wood pole frame with corrugated sheet metal covering the sides and roof over a dirt floor. Barn: This structure encloses 2,400 SF with two 15-foot overhangs on each side for covered parking and storage. The barn utilizes a steel frame and has cypress wood exterior walls supported by a concrete slab foundation with a sheet metal roof and sliding doors on each end. There is a 180 SF screened game processing room located on the northwest corner of the building connecting to a walk-in cooler. The barn is used for ranch vehicle maintenance, game processing, as a workshop and for storage of lumber, tools and supplies. The barn was built in about 2003. Equipment Shed: This structure consists of pipe and steel frame construction with open sides and a sheet metal roof. The canopy covers approximately 2,700 SF and has a dirt floor. The equipment shed was built in about 2015. Horse Barn: This building was constructed on a pipe and steel frame with cypress wood covering the exterior walls and a sheet metal roof. The horse barn is open on two sides and contains a total of about 5,145 SF under roof. The six stalls and covered pen have a dirt floor while the tack room, storage room and wash areas are on a concrete slab. The tack and storage rooms are fully enclosed with cedar siding walls. A 240 SF covered porch on a concrete slab is attached to the north side of the building. The structure is used for care of horses and livestock and is connected to a set of pipe livestock working pens on its south and east sides. The horse barn was built in about 2006. Ranch Improvements: The ranch contains a good network of interior ranch roads that are maintained by ranch employees using a road grader and bulldozer. In addition, the property contains numerous earthen stock tanks scattered throughout which serve as water sources for livestock and wildlife. Many of these earthen tanks are stocked with bass. The largest tank contains approximately 3½ surface acres and has a covered fishing pier. Water: The ranch is located within the Richland Springs Water Supply Corporation’s (WSC) Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) Boundaries. Potable water for use on the property is supplied by Richland Springs WSC meters and by an on-site private well. Livestock water is supplemented by numerous earthen stock tanks. Wastewater: The ranch building improvements utilize on-site septic systems for wastewater disposal. Fencing: The perimeter of the ranch is fenced with standard-height 7-strand barb wire fencing on a mixture of wood and steel posts in good condition. Portions of the property are also cross-fenced. Easements: Subject to survey. Typical utility easements for water, telephone and electric service cross the property. Based on information from the seller, the property is encumbered by several access easements to property owners adjoining the north boundary. These easements follow existing ranch roads. Minerals: Negotiable, and subject to title inspection. Water Rights: The ranch property contains 65 acre-feet of water rights out of the Colorado River with a priority date of December 31, 1963. Rare and unique, anything comparable will be very hard to find, you owe it to yourself to see it before its gone. Call today for a private showing contact Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 or Mike Bacon 512-940-8800.
Contact for Price  •  2,058 acres
The ±2,058 acre Apache Creek Ranch is for sale in Medina County, Texas. The occasion is special and rare when a property this large, this exquisite, and this well-located becomes available. This ranch is the epitome of that situation. Halfway between Devine and Yancey, just 10 minutes from I-35, an hour from the San Antonio International Airport and 30 minutes from Hondo Municipal Airport, this ranch checks all the boxes for the discerning ranch buyer, investor, or developer. Situated on the prized divide between sought after South Texas brush country and picturesque Hill Country terrain, in the famed region termed the Golden Triangle, this highly improved sporting paradise is being offered turnkey with endless options and opportunities. With numerous excellent development options available to the owner of this property, one of them could certainly center on the excellent hunting reputation of this region. Medina County lies within the Golden Triangle of Whitetail Deer hunting in Texas, an area known the world over for the highest scoring deer. The long-term release of superior genetics Whitetail stock and excellent native brush protein sources of the area ensure world-class Whitetail hunting. The ranch is currently home to Whitetail and Axis deer, as well as Turkey, Dove, and Quail. Improved grasses have made for excellent quail hunting. There are 10 hunting blinds and corn feeders, as well as eight protein feeders, strategically placed across the ranch. The Apache Creek Ranch has ±1,650 high-fenced acres and ±408 low-fenced acres with a distribution of 50% high protein brush, 40% lush pastures of improved grasses, and 10% hay production. With a gated entry from paved FM 2200, the ranch has extensive well-maintained all-weather roads to all corners of the ranch including the one and a half mile main entry road leading to the main home. There is a ±20 acre pivot irrigated field on the southern portion of the ranch producing Tifton Bermuda. An extensive set of custom built cattle working pens and loading chutes in excellent condition are also in place. Ample ranching infrastructure is in place, including an 80’ x 60’ implement barn and workshop, a two-bay equipment barn with a game processing room with stainless steel work areas and walk-in cooler, a storage barn with several bunkrooms, and a horse barn with six stalls and a tack room. Water is plentiful from redundant sources on the Apache Creek Ranch. In addition to the constant level two-and-one-half acre lake and one-and-one-half acre pond, which are maintained by water wells, there are nine other smaller ponds scattered across the ranch. There is also just under a mile of highly desirable frontage on Hondo Creek consisting of both sides of this regionally significant creek. The property is also supplied by water via two rural water meters with access points along FM 2200. 11 submersible wells and two windmills are strategically placed across the property. Residential improvements on the property include an attractive and modern main home with spacious and comfortable open concept living and dining areas offering plenty of space to entertain large groups, The home also features a gourmet kitchen and many large windows for excellent natural light. Just outside the home is a large patio area, a covered outdoor kitchen with a fireplace, and a gorgeous pool, all surrounded by a meticulously landscaped yard. Just down the road from the main home is a two bedroom guest home with a carport and outdoor relaxation area near the barns. The entire barn compound area has been beautifully landscaped and irrigated. The Apache Creek Ranch’s approximately 2,058 acres of highly productive land, that is this close to San Antonio and in the heart of prime Whitetail country, the ranch doubles as both a revenue-generating asset and a recreational haven. The ranch can support a large and profitable cattle operation as it stands. It could easily become a legendary commercial hunting operation. And with the acreage involved and urban proximity, it could readily become a residential retreat development or any combination of all of these. 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  •  2,002 acres
2002 ± Acres 1,800± sq/ft main home sits on highest point in Frio County 2BR/2BA guest housing 2,000± sq/ft insulated barn All native Whitetail, no improved genetics Numerous hunting stations 8 wells, several tanks, and a 5± acre lake First-class cattle pens High-fenced perimeter separated into three low-fenced pastures
Contact for Price  •  1,282 acres
· 1282 ± Acres · Frontage on Farm to Market 933 and 934 County Road 3049 · Two large lakes and numerous ponds great for fishing · Over a mile of Rock Creek · Rural water, one electric well, and three windmills · Metal barn and a set of working cattle pens · Low-fenced and cross-fenced into five pastures · 60% of Native brush the remainder is cleared pastures and two cultivated fields · Abundant wildlife includes Whitetail, turkey, dove, quail, hogs, and seasonal waterfowl
$4,850,000  •  1,276 acres
Spectacular high fenced, gamed managed ranch in the gentel rolling hills of NW Real County. Fly in using your own private paved airstrip or it's an easy drive from almost anwwhere in the state. Turn-key property with high end improvements. Regulary produces WT bucks over 200 in.
Contact for Price  •  995 acres
The Sunoco Ranch in Coke County, Texas is for sale and offers incredible views, huge pastures, excellent hunting, and endless recreation opportunities. The ranch is located on paved Friendship Road off of Highway 208 less than 8 miles north of Robert Lee, Texas, under 76 miles from Abilene and 139± miles from Odessa. The ranch is also close to nearby recreational destinations including the Colorado River and E.V. Spence Reservoir. The ranch has one solar-powered water well and three windmills. Across the property several miles of wet-weather creeks and tributaries collect in several ponds providing drinking water for livestock and wildlife. A two-bedroom and one-bathroom house, an old set of cattle pens, and an old barn are located on the southern portion of the property, near the entrance. Exceptional thick and diverse brush provides cover and forage for wildlife and livestock. Native wildlife is abundant on high-fenced Sunoco Ranch, including Whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, quail, duck, and other migratory birds. There are purposefully placed hunting blinds and feeders across the property that provide for excellent hunting possibilities.
Contact for Price  •  966 acres
966 ± Acres Secluded, private hunting ranch Beautiful views of the surrounding countryside Located in the South Texas Sand Belt 1 windmill 1 water storage tank and 1 water trough Flat to gently rolling topography with dense brush Superb hunting for deer, quail dove, turkey and hog High-scoring native bucks
$693,225  •  711 acres
With a great stand of forage, a cattle producer will have an excellent start with the purchase of this land. The buyer with farming in mind will want to take a look at the area irrigation and investigate the old well locations.
$1,012,500  •  675 acres
Alamito Vista Ranch is the perfect small Presidio County ranch. Located just 15 minutes south of Marfa, in Far West Texas. The ranch has been recently spiked for creosote and grubbed for mesquite and the results are already amazing. There are four water wells on the property, some shallow, making this one of the best watered ranches near Marfa. There is an excellent road system with many of the fences being new. A 3br/2 bath home. Next to the house is a large metal shop with electricity, concrete floors, and big sliding doors, surrounded by breathtaking vistas of the Davis, Chinati, San Jacinto, French, and Cienega Mountains.
$273,700  •  460 acres
Located north of Texhoma, Oklahoma the 460-acre Hamby Grassland is a great place to get a start with a few cows or run yearlings in the summer. The property has great access a little over a mile off of pavement on a good caliche road. Hamby Grassland is a great opportunity to own a piece of grass to help you get started in the cattle business or add to your existing operation. The Hamby 460 acre parcel of grass is 12 miles northwest of Texhoma, Oklahoma. Located in west central Texas County, this area is great for a cattle operation. The availability of feedstuffs, livestock auctions, wheat pasture, and feedyards help to provide a producer with multiple options. Texhoma provides multiple agriculture related businesses as well as a great school system. Guymon, Oklahoma, population 12,000 is about a twenty-minute drive and is the hub of the Oklahoma Panhandle. This property is fenced on the perimeter with four and six wire fencing. An 80-acre parcel will have some double strand hot wire. The grass is fenced into three pastures and has a windmill and a solar well both in working order.
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$3,600,000  •  407.82 acres
$4,000,000
Begin your ranch legacy in 2020. For all your real estate needs #WINITWITHBENNETT For a private showing please contact Steve Bennett at 210.287.3776.
Contact for Price  •  369 acres
369 ± Acres Lake Corpus Christi frontage Private island right off the tip of the mainland Penitas Creek meanders through for almost a mile Three wells in operation 30x60-ft metal barn for equipment and storage Lush pastures for grazing livestock Dense and diverse brush for wildlife habitat Abundant wildlife includes Whitetail, turkey, dove
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$4,475,000  •  303.38 acres
$5,900,000
La Ranchita Ranch in the Huasna Valley is a 300 acre private and secluded turn-key equestrian property of the highest quality for the owner, breeder, and/or trainer that wants the very best. The property was carefully developed to protect and preserve the natural beauty of the land.
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$2,600,000  •  267 acres
$2,800,000 • Under Contract
The C4 Ranch's rolling terrain, giant Live Oak trees, strong grass cover and functional improvements make it the ideal property for the cattleman or a recreational buyer. The property’s 115 feet of elevation change along with its improved grass fields and 100 year old oak trees truly make it unique. Approximately 175 acres is in heavy grass pasture dotted with oak and native pecan trees, 52 acres currently in row-crop production and 40 acres of heavily wooded creek bottom. A large grassy hill on the southern portion of the ranch boasts big-league views and adds a future homesite possibility.
$1,600,000  •  77 acres
OVERVIEW Oak Ridge Ranch lies in the quiet, scenic terrain of central Gillespie County, 6.2 miles west northwest of Fredericksburg along the west side of Loudon Rd. The defining feature of this ranch is Live Oak Creek, which runs for 1,425’ or 0.27 miles west-east through the middle of the property. True live water on a tract this size so close to Fredericksburg is indeed rare. There are 40±-acres on the south side of the creek and 37±-acres on the north side. The land south of the creek is characterized by a series of tiers dotted with mature Post oak and Live oak, offering multiple, private building sites overlooking Live Oak Creek. On the north side of the creek, the property includes 11±-acres of open pasture, surrounded by elevated ground with scattered Live oaks that overlook the field and Live Oak Creek. The property is being offered whole or in divided parcels of 40±-acres (Tract 1) and 37±-acres (Tract 2). LOCATION & ACCESS Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is an easy 10-minute drive from the property. Central Austin is a 1-hour, 50-minute drive via US-290 and San Antonio is 1-hour, 30-minute drive via US-87 and I-10. The property has 3,125’ or 0.59 miles of frontage along the west line of Loudon Rd. The 40±-acres on the south side of Live Oak Creek (Tract 1) has 1,050’ or 0.20 miles of frontage and the 37±-acres on the north side of Live Oak Creek (Tract 2) has 2,075’ or 0.39 miles of frontage. WATER Live Oak Creek Live Oak Creek, which eventually flows into the Pedernales River, runs for approximately 1,425’ or 0.27 miles west-east through the middle of the property. With live, clear flowing water and towering mature trees on both sides, this creek offers an opportunity to impound small or large pools of water in a picturesque, private setting. True live water in such close proximity to Fredericksburg makes this a very unique offering. Windmill Water Well There is a windmill water well on the property that is currently not in service. According to the landowner, the well was on the ranch when the family purchased the land in 1970 and was historically a strong producing source of water. It is reasonable to assume that the galvanized windmill that sits over the well head could be serviced and the well could be brought back into production. Groundwater is strong in the area (see area well data map enclosed within this package). LAND & WILDLIFE On the 40±-acres along the south side of Live Oak Creek, the land rises up into a series of undulating tiers from Loudon Rd. providing many options for potential homesites. From any of these tiers, there are excellent views to the north overlooking the creek. Mature Post oak and Live oak trees dominate the landscape in a rolling, savannah-like setting. Along the west boundary, the landowner has left an 8±-ac buffer consisting of scattered Live oak, mature cedar, and other native tree varieties. This buffer is a preferred bedding area for the local herd of white-tailed deer and also serves as a sanctuary for other native wildlife. The 37±-acres of land on the north side of Live Oak Creek features an 11±-ac open pasture, which is surrounded by a horseshoe-shaped ridge dotted with Live oak. With deeper soils, the pasture on this part of the property would be well-suited for horses, other livestock, or cultivation. Scenic views to the west and north are excellent. The elevation ranges from a low of 1,752’ along the creek to 1,826’on the south side and 1,815 on the north side. The landowners are conservation-minded and have been excellent land stewards throughout their ownership. With only light grazing and hunting pressure, the property hosts robust numbers of White-tailed deer, Rio Grande turkey, and Mourning dove. Axis deer do travel through the property on occasion. IMPROVEMENTS Power, Ranch Roads, & Fencing Power provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC) extends through the 40±-acre portion of the property near the west boundary and extends across the creek into the 37±-ac section. Access throughout the property is good and is provided by a series of typical ranch roads. The west boundary of the 40±-ac is low fenced and is in good condition. The west and north boundaries of the 37±-ac are also low fenced and are in good condition. Big Bird Trail, a private road used for access to the neighboring 166-ac property, runs along the north side of the south boundary of the 40±-ac. The road is lightly used as the owner to that property is not a resident of the local area. SUMMARY Oak Ridge Ranch is a scenic, private live water property with outstanding views of the Texas Hill Country that has been impeccably managed. With its natural beauty, mature tree cover, varied topography, and nearby location relative to Fredericksburg, this property offers an authentic Hill Country land experience that anyone would enjoy. The property is being offered whole or in divided parcels of 40±-acres (Tract 1) and 37±-acres (Tract 2).