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3................. Freestone...............98 4................. Austin.....................83 28............... Colorado...............85 39............... Austin.....................93 48............... Lampasas..............62 53............... Austin.....................83 57............... Austin.....................88 60............... Washington..........88 67............... Leon.......................67 71............... Kinney...................53 78............... Colorado...............93 78............... Comal....................40 78............... Leon.......................68 80............... Comal....................28 82............... Grimes...................68 83............... Kinney...................53 85............... Leon.......................67 89............... Medina................... 61 89............... Colorado...............93 92............... Leon.......................66 94............... Leon.......................66 100............. Kinney...................53 102............. Kinney...................53 105............. Medina...................39 107............. Fayette....................88 128............ Kinney...................53 138............ Limestone.............62 162............. Madison................69 174............. Fayette....................85 175............. Colorado...............83 187............ Medina...................40





205............ Grimes...................84 206............ Lampasas..............95 207............ Limestone............. 61 257............ Lampasas..............95 283............ Leon.......................67 285............ Menard..................46 300............ Austin.....................83 329............ Grimes...................68 332............ McCulloch............49 332............ McCulloch............80 382............ McLennan.............62 394............ Fayette.................... 81 439............ Wilson...................49 490............ Kinney...................55 514............. Menard..................80 518............. Coryell...................94 551............. Medina...................46 577............ Freestone...............27 592............ Leon.......................66 602............ McCulloch............75 603............ Real.........................44 603............ Uvalde...................44 609............ McCulloch............48 648............ Bexar......................87 652............ Kinney...................44 705............ Medina...................37 746............. Kinney...................52 871............ Uvalde...................22 1,165......... San Saba................89 1,385......... Uvalde...................44 1,505......... McCulloch............50 1,664......... Falls........................45 1,941......... Fayette....................89 2,038......... Uvalde...................58 2,400......... Freestone...............29 2,448......... Kinney...................39 4,000......... Grimes...................34 4,000......... Kinney...................36 4,822......... Uvalde...................44 5,404......... Kinney...................39 9,908......... Kinney...................42

Hill Country 9................. Kendall..................24 20............... Gillespie................34 21............... Bandera.................23 21............... Edwards................53 21............... Gillespie................ 74 25............... Edwards................53 32............... Edwards................53 33............... Edwards................53 40............... Edwards................53 49............... Edwards................53 50............... Edwards................53 51............... Edwards................53 52............... Edwards................53 55............... Edwards................53 59............... Kerr........................ 41 60............... Edwards................53 64............... Edwards................53 67............... Kendall..................24 69............... Blanco....................24 75............... Edwards................53 80............... Edwards................53 81............... Kendall..................47 82............... Blanco....................35 89............... Kendall..................47 91............... Edwards................53

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3,737......... Blanco....................42 4,033......... Kerr........................ 51 4,033......... Real......................... 51 4,200......... Llano......................60 5,444......... Edwards................42

Metroplex 20............... Johnson.................98 21............... Hood......................92 50............... Wise.......................92 64............... Parker.....................92 132............ Hill.......................... 61 136............ Navarro..................94 263............ Palo Pinto..............87 388............ Parker.....................82 530............ Parker.....................82 665............ Fannin....................86 768............. Rockwall................70 1,550......... Palo Pinto..............87 2,904......... Johnson.................86 3,290......... Palo Pinto..............72

Northeast 93............... Van Zandt.............90 372............ Anderson...............94 1,504......... Henderson............70 1,702......... Franklin.................73 1,960......... Bowie.....................97 1,960......... Red River...............97 2,600......... Titus.......................73 3,746......... Red River...............97

Northwest 400............ Eastland................. 16 724............ Stephens................86 2,863......... Nolan.....................26 6,278......... Clay........................82 8,500......... Knox.......................82

South 473............ Frio.........................37 847............ Hidalgo..................60 900............ Dimmit..................43 945............ Zavala.....................43 1,207......... Live Oak................36 1,488......... Frio......................... 21 1,782......... Duval......................42 2,175......... Zavala.....................43 2,351......... Atascosa.................36 2,725......... Maverick................26 3,515......... Zavala..................... 41 4,892......... Atascosa.................38 9,800......... Nueces................... 91 10,000....... Webb......................39 13,055...... Zavala.....................43

Southeast 22............... Montgomery........69 44............... Walker...................84 62............... Walker...................69 115............. Walker...................84 147............. Walker...................68 207............ Harris..................... 71 300............ Matagorda.............89 381............. Harris..................... 71 2,951......... Jackson..................70 4,964......... Jackson..................89





22............... Val Verde...............54 36............... Val Verde...............54 50............... Val Verde...............54 74............... Jeff Davis...............59 75............... Val Verde...............54 94............... Val Verde...............54 98............... Sutton....................54 106............. Val Verde...............54 107............. Val Verde...............54 108............. Val Verde...............54 110............. Val Verde...............54 120............ Val Verde...............54 152............ Val Verde...............54 200............ Jeff Davis...............59 211............. Val Verde...............54 217............. Val Verde...............54 226............ Val Verde...............54 265............ Val Verde...............53 272............ Val Verde...............54 300............ Val Verde...............80 339............ Val Verde...............53 396............ Val Verde...............54 549............ Val Verde...............54 850............ Presidio..................58 2,445......... Culberson.............80 2,989......... Presidio..................59 3,001......... Jeff Davis...............58 3,690......... Val Verde...............58 4,046......... Tom Green............94 6,400......... Hudspeth..............96 6,600......... Val Verde...............23 55,374....... Jeff Davis...............59

Outside the Region California 25,000...... Tehama..................77

Canada 36,000...... Naicam...................78


125............ Montrose............... 76 265............ Huerfano...............77 2,100......... Gunnison..............77 2,240......... Garfield.................. 76

Idaho 10,500....... Blaine..................... 76


25,323...... Fergus....................79

New Mexico 4,850......... Mora.......................40


164............. McCurtain.............97

Virginia 96............... Fauquier................99 125............ Loudoun...............99


1,750......... Teton...................... 76


Austin Bastrop Bell Bexar Bosque Brazos Burleson Caldwell Colorado Comal Concho Coryell De Witt Falls Fayette Freestone Gonzales Grimes Guadalupe Hamilton Karnes Kinney Lampasas Lavaca Lee Leon Limestone Madison McCulloch McLennan Medina Menard Milam Mills Robertson San Saba Travis Uvalde Waller Washington Williamson Wilson

HIGH PLAINS 8 1 28 76 24 13 22 26 37 20 40 1 75 16 41 19 31 74 57 14 30 25 3 6 10 38 8 58 42 29 5 39 56 7 32 4 11 21 12 17 9 2 23 55 15 54

Armstrong Bailey Borden Briscoe Carson Castro Childress Cochran Collingsworth Crosby Dallam Dawson Deaf Smith Dickens Donley Floyd Gaines Garza Gray Hale Hall Hansford Hartley Hemphill Hockley Hutchinson Kent King Lamb Lipscomb Lubbock Lynn Moore Motley Ochiltree Oldham Parmer Potter Randall Roberts Sherman Swisher Terry Wheeler Yoakum

HILL COUNTRY 87 1 173 158 184 172 190 188 186 171 157 156 185

Bandera Blanco Burnet Edwards Gillespie Hays Kendall Kerr Kimble Llano Mason Real

METROPLEX 6 6 48 85 65 104 100 50 49 126 101 67 103 105 127 82 83 86 102 84 64

Collin Cooke Dallas Denton Ellis Erath Fannin Grayson Hill Hood Hunt Johnson Kaufman Navarro Palo Pinto Parker Rockwall Somervell Tarrant Wise

SOUTH 43 2 218 232 248 245 253 228 238 217 233 251 247 239 249 240 229 231 215 230 241 244 242 250 234 237 252 246 216

Aransas Atascosa Bee Brooks Calhoun Cameron Dimmit Duval Frio Goliad Hidalgo Jim Hogg Jim Wells Kenedy Kleberg La Salle Live Oak Maverick McMullen Nueces Refugio San Patricio Starr Victoria Webb Willacy Zapata Zavala

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Polo Under the Pecans

A Benefit for SIRE, Houston’s Therapeutic Equestrian Centers When do high-powered polo ponies “compete” with therapeutic riding horses? When the Brookshire Polo League sponsors an exhibition polo game to raise funds for SIRE. Then add a silent auction, a magnificent asado dinner with a hot Latin band, and you have a memorable event called “Polo Under the Pecans”, or PUP for short!

Mango Punch raised the tent’s roof with festive dance music—from salsa to tango, and from Motown to hiphop. The event chairs, Esther Kane and Tana Wood, organized and planned the event with help from a

Jeanie Gardner & Yessenia Luna participate at PUP

Santi Torres, Jeff Hall, Jeff Blake & Carl Price ride at PUP

In late May, Scott and Tana Wood opened their beautiful ERG Polo Fields to over 350 polo aficionados and SIRE supporters for PUP. The evening opened with a wonderful demonstration of SIRE’s riding program.  Our therapeutic riding program allows client riders to match the movement of the horse to stimulate muscles and facilitate movement for a rider.  This becomes especially important for a disabled rider.  Derrick Perkins rode Tikki (donated by Elisabeth

by Candace Beneke). As the demo progressed, PATHcertified Master Instructor Joelle Devlin led the SIRE folks through their paces. Following the SIRE demonstration, the polo players galloped onto the field to begin their match. Excited fans watched as Superior Crude Gathering’s team faced the Sterling Turner Foundation’s team. Mallets up, and the game was on! The eventual victory by Sterling Turner Foundation’s players earned them a stunning trophy and applause from the crowd—well

Esther Kane & Marcos Bignoli at the PUP event

dedicated committee, drawn from Brookshire Polo League members. When the lights dimmed, the total proceeds to SIRE were an astonishing $63,574. For more information please call 281-356-7588 or visit

Steve Krueger, K. C. Beal, Katie Connell & Nick Cifuni enjoy drinks at PUP

Wayne Bollenbach, Liz Lary, Crystal Cassidy, Phil Rhee & two PUP attendees

Bruheim and Nordic Lights Farm). Derrick is a veteran who served in Afghanistan and was wounded after he returned home. Yessenia Luna is one of our youth riders, and she was astride Tollhouse (donated

earned by Carlucho Arrellano, Jeff Hall, Marcos Bignoli and Carl Price. And, their opponents (Santi Torres, Jeff Blake, Scott Wood and Paco De Narvais) enjoyed specially donated bottles of wine—a very nice “consolation prize”. Polo Under the Pecans was indeed a feast that happened under the pecan trees that line the ERG Polo Fields. Under an enormous tent, 350 guests dined in Argentine fashion on asado beef with salads prepared by Soren Pederson of Ray’s Grill in Fulshear.

All photos by Rebecca Bollenbach

Mega thanks goes to sponsors, who include: The Sterling Turner Foundation, Superior Crude Gathering, Future Petroleiu, LLC and Lockton Companies, LLC, Harold and Karen Kane and Esther Kane, Scott and Tana Wood, South Texas Crude Marketing and Annie Frietsch, Taco Bell, Louis and Joyce Tucker, Steve Armour, Chilton Capitol, Cowboys & Indians Magazine, Dr. Ralph and Joyce Lilly, The Sands, Marisol Salazar and Martin Wilson, Silver Eagle Distributing, Simonton Bet Clinic and Sate Rep. John Zerwas, Twinwood (US) Inc., Chris and Colleen Williams, Fred and Mona Arnold, Johnny and Jane Mancuso, Isla and Tommy Reckling, Regions Bank, Jo Reid, Carol and Bill Simmons, Steve Smith, Lynda Lighthouse Transier, Steinhouser’s, and Currie Equine Clinic.


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Beyond simple living. Beyond casual entertaining. Amidst a vast Texas prairie, the Oak Crest Ranch invokes a distinctly different experience. This unique showcase estate invites with the regal beauty of Spanish Revival-style architecture, embraces with unique plays on undefined space and natural light, impresses with high-quality construction and overwhelms with possibilities. Encompassing 400Âą acres in Central Texas, the ranch features an expansive landscape highlighted by a verdant blanket of rich ranching and farming land dotted with majestic oaks. Once a thriving peanut farm, the highly productive land extends for miles, broken only by trees, spring-fed lakes the welcoming gates of the Oak Crest Ranch. Beyond the private electric gates, the 11,500-square-foot estate features a wealth of customdesigned details, such as extensive paved concrete driveways, a lighted entry fountain and a professionally landscaped garden with a variety of colorful, drought-tolerant plants. As you step through the custom front door, the impressive great room defies expectations, as well as modern conventions. Throughout the home, defining walls are almost completely eliminated, instead showcasing a wealth of open space that freely moves from living room to dining room to upstairs library. The moment one enters, the 1,500-square-foot area welcomes you inside only to highlight all that lies beyond its 18-inch concrete walls.


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Across from the front door, a wall of windows frames a panoramic view of the rear courtyard and the ranch beyond. Sunlight softly filters within, reflecting off the polished tile beneath your feet and illuminating the warm, unique space highlighted by rustic, country-style furniture and lighting fixtures, a 20-foot vaulted ceiling and warm wood detailing. Above, an 800-square-foot library invites you to read and relax amidst the glowing rays of the afternoon sun. Accessible via a spiral staircase, this uniquely designed retreat overlooks the great room and adds additional windows, custom bookcases and access to the upper outdoor deck. with plentiful storage. Once again, the absence of walls allows for the flow of both design and light as one relaxes at the day’s end. Connected to the home via a breezeway, the luxurious

administrative center/guesthouse offers 1,600 square feet with enough amenities to work, relax and entertain. Some of these include fully equipped workstations, a conference room, full Moving into the left wing through the great room, the kitchen beckons to the chef, the entertainer or even the casual cook with its elegance and numerous specially designed features that transform a simple kitchen into so much more. Decorated with custom ironwork, granite, stone and wood, the gourmet, granite island kitchen features such amenities as highend all-electric appliances, a custom pantry, writing desk, breakfast bar and a stereo speaker system. Adjacent to the kitchen, a gorgeous master bedroom is, in itself, a work of art. Featuring a sitting area with television and fireplace crowned with a double-recessed ceiling with a chandelier, the spectacular suite flows into a bathing area. Partitioned only by column- and stone-enclosed areas for a twohead shower and jetted tub, the room extends via a short tiled hallway to a large walk-in closet Volume 61 Texas Farm&Ranch


bathroom, utility room, wood-burning rock fireplace and a large living area. On the opposite end of the estate, the right wing offers two guest rooms (the East and West rooms) with full baths, a large three-car garage with plentiful storage space and a 1,600-square-

with a plethora of possibilities. Lovely as is or

Just 15 miles from I-20, the ranch offers easy

foot entertainment building with an extra-large perfect to develop, the courtyard provides a

access to big-city amenities in Dallas/Ft. Worth

rock fireplace, full bath, food service area with

blank canvas for the master entertainer, hobbyist (125 miles east) and Abilene (65 miles west)

cabinets, stereo speaker system and extra-large

or recreationist. Imagine an outdoor recreational with a variety of high-end shopping, dining

windows. Perfect for large gatherings, it offers area with a swimming pool and water features,

and entertainment venues, theater/ museum

access to the covered veranda that wraps the additional garden space, putting green or districts, as well as access to airports and medical entire back of the home.

gathering space for special occasions. It is the

facilities. After a day in the city, small-town

This spacious outdoor area offers shade while

perfect place to host memorable events, such Gorman welcomes you home for the utmost in

enjoying the view of the large rear courtyard

as a Cattle Baron’s Ball or wedding reception, private, quiet country living, but nowhere else in showcase prize show horses, art or plants or Central Texas does “coming home” feel like this. even install a helipad for private access. Currently used as a small-scale cattle ranch, the

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Oak Crest Ranch also includes many high-quality ranch amenities, including a three-bedroom Offered for $10,000,000. For more information ranch manager’s home with detached two-car on Oak Crest Ranch, contact Vanessa Andrews garage, a 2,500±-square-foot stable with pipe with Hoffman International Properties at 817 fencing, a 4,800±-square-foot heavy equipment 399-1119 (direct), 214 698-1736 (office), 817 901building with six electric doors and metal pipe 4030 (cell) or corrals with a squeeze chute. With its history as For more photos, details and a virtual tour, a peanut farm, the ranch also boasts excellent please visit the exclusive listing agent’s website sandy loam soil, perfect for raising horses.


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Marilyn recently made history by listing the most expensive home in Texas, a $100,000,000 property. She also sold one of the largest estates in Texas to the new owners of a major sports team. Her sale of a $9,995,000 Penthouse in Dallas was the most expensive penthouse ever sold in Dallas. Marilyn sold a $13,500,000 estate to the owners of a Scottish castle. Her most recent sale was a $20,000,000 estate that she listed, sold and closed for full price in 24 days. This 35,000 sq. ft. home was the largest and most expensive sale in the state. This estate was previously listed with another international realtor at a lower price and did not sell.

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Medina River: Rare and Unique Hill Country Estate

M 624± Acres

Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Medina

Minutes to historic Medina and only 45 minutes to San Antonio, this property has giant cypress trees lining the bank of the 1± mile of soughtafter, crystal-clear Medina River with waterfalls, deep holes and rapids. The property has one of the largest native river pecan bottoms with giant pecan trees. There are big valleys, panoramic hilltops, three stock tanks, cliffs and bluffs and a great road system. Then, add a unique 1,600±-square-foot, restored antique log cabin built by Timber & Stone Builders of Fredericksburg. It offers one large bedroom, a stone bath and fireplace, bunk loft, porch and all hand-hewn beams and antique fixtures. There is a 40' x 60'


barn and a 100' x 60' restored W. Pennsylvania Amish barn with hand-hewn timbers with office, bunkroom and bath. There are wildlife taxes; a ranch management plan in place by Texas A&M University; great fences; two paved roads; lots of wildlife; and only more to come and see! Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

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Minutes to Boerne and only 30 minutes to San Antonio, this ranch is a rare, unique opportunity. “Wow” and “awesome” describe this property nestled in the sought-after Texas Hill Country. According to the seller, part of this property was originally settled in 1814. The original dwelling was a log cabin, which has been maintained to this date as part of the main residence. The ranch boasts both sides of the crystal-clear, rock-bottom Big Joshua Creek with cascading waterfalls, limestone bluffs, many springs, deep holes and a fabulous well. A rock dam was designed and engineered by the best! Other features include a must-see main house, guesthouse, working cabin, swimming pool with patio, horse barn with turnouts, corral, coastal field

Area’s Best – Live Water Rare and Unique Opportunity! 166± Acres

with hay production, other open pastures, a wilderness riding area, abundant native and exotic wildlife, an original barn from the

Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Boerne

early 1900s and a European-style garden. The main home includes 24-foot vaulted ceilings in the master suite, hand-hewn oak beams and wide-plank antique flooring, stone lintels gracing doorways, custom-forged ironwork throughout, sweeping and picturesque views from all windows, three fireplaces inside and one outdoors, stone fountain hand-carved by a local artisan from 19th century basin from a French village, copper and zinc bathtub from England and copper sinks handcrafted by a local artisan in the master bath and 19th century French tiles in the master shower. Truly, this property is one of the best ever in the Texas Hill Country and a must see! $4,650,000.

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Near historic Utopia, minutes to Bandera

Live Water, Game-Fenced Exotic Whitetail Ranch

and an hour to San Antonio, this ranch has both sides of a crystal-clear, rock-bottom

871± Acres

creek that looks like the Caribbean—aqua

Texas Hill Country v Uvalde County v Bandera

green water you can see your feet in! Scuba dive and snorkel on your ranch. (Now, that doesn’t happen often.) Two new dams were constructed by one of the best, creating private waterfalls and deep holes. Then, add two other creeks, many springs, five stock ponds, cleared cedar, big mountaintops, giant valleys, long-range views, a second-to-none road system, game fencing, two great water wells, electricity, blinds and feeders, a yearround feeding program and the following animals to make your private ranch like “Little Africa”: approximately 100 trap and transfer bred does and scientific breeder whitetail

from the best, axis deer, fallow deer, black buck antelope, aoudad, nilgai, wildebeest, addax and gemsbok. This is a rare opportunity to find a ranch like this one. It does not happen often. Come and experience the best! $3,995,000.


Minutes to Bandera, the “Cowboy Capital of the World,” and only 45 minutes to San Antonio airport or San Antonio’s fine amenities and medical center, this ranch is amazing! Add the crystal-clear, soughtafter Medina River with giant cypress trees, rock

Water, Water, Water! – Rare Opportunity 178± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Bandera

ledges, deep holes and fabulous rapids. Next, add both sides of your own crystal-clear, cypress-lined running creek with some of the finest trees in the county. Then, add another seasonal creek that is a must see. Gently rolling terrain has two large, improved pastures, tremendous views and, not just a big rock pile, but great usable land that is very horse friendly. This place is as good as it gets. A fabulous three-bedroom, three-bath, rock ranch home has Saltillo tile, granite kitchen, must-see porch views,

110± Acres: Wow – Awesome

extensive landscaping, outdoor kitchen and a twobedroom, two-bath guesthouse. An equipment barn,

Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Boerne

six-stall horse barn, attached corral (36' x 54'), RV hookups, hard-surface roads to all structures, rock ranch roads and concrete creek crossings complete the package. Wow, this is all the best, and you must come see it for yourself! This place is ready to go. $3,900,000. Call Cody Soele, 210 705-3107.

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Minutes to Boerne, San Antonio and Bandera, these 110± acres have both sides of a crystal-clear, rock-bottom creek with deep holes, rapids, two dams and gorgeous limestone bluffs. The ranch also has paved access; a two-bedroom, one-bath cabin; well; electricity; and lots of wildlife. This is a ready-to-go recreational property, a weekend getaway or has tremendous commuter estate potential. This is a rare find in a rare location! $1,995,000.

Rare Find - Live Water - 142+ Acres Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Medina/Bandera


Minutes to Medina or Bandera and only an hour to San Antonio, this ranch has both sides of a crystal-clear, rock-bottom creek with giant cypress trees and deep holes created by several dams. Then, add two nice ranch houses and a small cabin in a gorgeous valley overlooking the water. This is a good all-around place with lots of variety and character. Enjoy a big mountain, valley, food plots, second creek and hard-to-find views. This is the one everyone wants, but cannot find! $1,395,000.


This one-of-a-kind live water property is just minutes to Kerrville or Fredericksburg and 45 minutes to San Antonio. “Wow” and “awesome” describe this game-fenced ranch with both sides of seven creeks and many springs cascading through the rock-bottom canyons along massive

One-of-a-Kind Live Water

909 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County Kerrville/Fredericksburg

21-Acre Live Water Ranch With the Medina River! Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Medina


Wow, this is a beautiful, ready-to-go, live water, rare find honey hole! This 21±-acre ranch near Medina is just 45 minutes to San Antonio and includes both sides of the crystalclear Medina River with dam, waterfalls, deep

limestone bluffs. Waterfalls are everywhere. The

holes and a private beach. Then add paved

property has giant trees, many Indian mounds,

access, manicured country club setting with

rare and good usable land, several fields, big

giant trees, great land for horses and your own

hilltops, state-of-the-art roads and an electric

hilltop buffer. The property has a one-of-a-kind,

gate with paved access. Private and quiet, but

4,000±-square-foot, four-bedroom, three- and

not remote, the ranch also features a fabulous

one-half-bath rustic rock, log, cedar and chink

creek-fed, crystal-clear fishing/recreational lake

home with a formal dining room the seller says

and underground electricity. The seller may

dates back to about the 1920s. This room has

divide. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

a stairwell to heaven! The home also has two

Devil’s River/Lake Amistad 6,600± Acres

West Texas v Val Verde County v Del Rio

awesome interior rock fireplaces, exterior rock fireplace, stained concrete floors, great porches, solar screens, an awesome master rock shower and three air conditioning units. Also on the property is a cabana house with game room, river beach/swing/sundeck area, great rustic barn, four-car garage with quarters, an RV shed, equipment barn, a dog kennel area and a water well. The property is ag-exempt for taxes.


This is the best live water ranch you have ever seen, with unlimited future development and recreational

This rare and unique opportunity will not last. $995,000. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

possibilities! Two hours from Houston, with commercial airline flights daily, this property offers more than 20 miles of Lake Amistad and Devil’s River shoreline. Lake Amistad is one of the top-rated bass lakes in the world and is now home to many annual fishing tournaments. This South Texas/Chihuahua, high-desert environment may someday be a world-class resort and hotel golf course destination. Tall, majestic, rough and rustic, the 400±-foot cliffs stretch from the crystal-clear aquamarine waters of the famous Devil’s River and Lake Amistad. For the avid outdoorsman, hunter, boater, fisherman, bird watcher, kayaker, diver or star watcher, you must experience the rare opportunity. This ranch has paved electric access, miles of great paved roads and easy access to the lake and river shorelines. There are good improvements, including the main home on a hilltop, bunkhouse, guesthouse, two water wells, four stock ponds, good working pens, a 1,500-foot airstrip and more. This is what Texas stands for: great opportunities and future investments. The seller will consider selling 4,500+ acres separately with 10± miles of Lake Amistad shore. Call Jeff Soele 210 705-4013.

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67-Acre One-of-a-Kind Hill Country Estate Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Sisterdale/Boerne


This 67±-acre commuter estate in Kendall County is just minutes to Sisterdale or Boerne, and only 35 minutes to San Antonio or historic Fredericksburg! A one-of-a-kind, spectacular, three-story, multilevel, 8,900±-square-foot, white limestone ranch home features two fabulous master suites, four additional bedrooms, six baths, a gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, exercise room, sauna, two offices, a library/music room, state-of-the-art theater room, three fireplaces, a formal area that features 22-foot

ceilings with Texas timber and far too many more amenities to list! The ranch also features a 44' x 20' pool with waterfall, a hot tub, outdoor kitchen, large deck with a skeet thrower, glass greenhouse, garden area, three-bedroom, one-bath foreman’s house, one-bedroom, one-bath bunkhouse, two workshops, 70' x 100' show barn with a hay loft, a shed, 20' x 55' workshop/RV storage, two wells, a rare irrigation well (200± gpm) with underground piping for 10± acres of irrigation, paved drive, two electric gates, great fencing with several traps, wildlife galore with axis deer and a seasonal creek. This is a rare and unique place with good usable land that is quite and private—a great all-around ranch with lots of character. $1,995,000.

Guadalupe River Hill Country Estate on 8.5 Acres Texas Hill Country Kendall County v Bergheim


Located approximately 30 minutes north of San Antonio, Texas and near Bergheim, this is truly

69.1 Acres in Blanco With Touch-the-Sky Views!

a rare find. It features a quiet gated entry, endof-the-road privacy with approximately 250 feet of some of the finest Guadalupe River I have

Texas Hill Country v Blanco County Blanco/Fredericksburg

ever seen. There are giant cypress trees, rapids,

These 69.1 acres with “touch the sky” views are in a

Then, add a gorgeous, 4,700±-square-foot, four-

great location! This ready-to-go rare find is minutes

bedroom, three- and one-half-bath home with

to Blanco and Fredericksburg and only 55 minutes

a three-car garage, office and a fabulous porch.

to Austin or San Antonio airports. The property

There are giant oak trees, an awesome large

includes a fabulous, hilltop, two-bedroom, two-

kitchen, outdoor cook area, paved driveway

bath rustic ranch home with an awesome two-

and low agricultural taxes. This is truly one of

story rock fireplace. The ranch house features a

the best I have ever seen and it is a must-see for

porch with a view you must see for yourself. Then,

the quality minded. $1,195,000.

deep holes and have your own private beach!


add gorgeous manicured land, big oaks, lots of dirt, three stock tanks, a 12-acre hay field, nice barn

Kerrville’s Best Live Water Location

with pipe pens and a storage area. This property

108± Acres

is ready to go with electricity, water, full fencing and cross-fencing, paved access with electric gate,

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

ag taxes and more you can only imagine until you see it in person! This is great for horses, cattle and recreation with lots of wildlife. This is truly one of the best I have seen in awhile. Do not miss this one! $987,500. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.


Literally five minutes to Kerrville, this ranch is private and quiet, but not far from anything legendary Kerrville has to offer. The property has an electric gate, paved access, total game fencing

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and both sides of a private creek. Enjoy a big lake location on the creek, abundant native wildlife and some exotics, a water well and a great weekend cabin just waiting for a new owner. There are great views of the Texas Hill Country and you can even see Kerrville in the distance. The seller says sell! Come look and make an offer. This is the best bang for your buck, and it would be hard to find a better location! $1,195,000. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.


Minutes to Boerne and all of San Antonio’s fine amenities and conveniences, this ranch has lots of paved highway frontage, literally hundreds of homesites with big trees and views of the sought-after Hill Country. This fabulous, user-friendly ranch is perfect for ranching or a close, recreational getaway for the avid outdoorsman. Enjoy lots of wildlife and great hunting, electricity, a water well, hunter’s cabin and a nice stock tank. It is not very often that a ranch of this size becomes available anywhere in this unique location.

Boerne - Rare Developer’s Dream 454± and 663± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Boerne

Recreational Paradise 1,930-Acre Outdoorsman’s Ranching/Recreational Retreat


Texas Hill Country v Kimble County v Junction

Just minutes to Junction and only 90 minutes to San Antonio, this one-of-a-kind property has spectacular giant trees along both sides of Gentry Creek. The water on this property is perfect for developing and is just begging for some dams. Impressive limestone bluffs and cliffs, big bottoms with deep soil and end-of-the-road privacy that is not remote are just a few of the distinguishing features. The property is also game fenced on three sides and has not been hunted in many years, creating a perfect opportunity for the ideal outdoorsman’s retreat. There is also a water well, an old ranch house and old barns. This property offers a lot of variety and character. This is one of the best I have seen in a long time. Enjoy both sides of the creek and limestone bluffs. $4,495,000.

272± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kerr Co. v Kerrville


Minutes to Kerrville and 45 minutes to San Antonio, this ranch is well maintained at the end of a paved road. This is a game-fenced, ready-to-go dream place! The fabulous hilltop 2,200±-square-foot ranch rock home has two large bedrooms, two and a half baths, a great family/living room with rock fireplace, great country kitchen, office, large utility room, a double-car garage and porches with must-see sunsets and views of the well-sought-after Texas Hill Country. Then, add a cozy three-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse, fabulous 40' x 60' barn with carport, electric gated entry, good road system, developable running spring, two small tanks and a whitetail deer herd managed since 2000 with giant whitetail that have been brought in. The ranch is 20% protein fed yearround with six feeders and five blinds. This

650-Acre Investment Opportunity in Kendall County

type of ready-to-go private place is five minutes to Kerrville and hard to find! $2,295,000.

Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v San Antonio


Wow, this is a great investment! This 650-acre ranch in Kendall County is near Spring Branch and only 15 minutes (yes, just 15 minutes) to San Antonio. This is a fabulous location with paved road frontage, but private and quiet. This is a great place to park some money and control your asset. It would make a perfect commuter estate to live on and commute to San Antonio. The ranch features lots of wildlife and is a great property for raising cattle or other livestock. There are pasture fields, giant oak trees, good roads and a nice barn with water and electricity. This one is priced to sell! Pre-approved plat per seller for potential development. Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

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This 2,863±-acre, totally game-fenced ranch lies just minutes to San Angelo, Sweetwater or Abilene and within two hours of Midland/ Odessa and Dallas/Fort Worth. This is one

Burn Bargain: $2,000,000 - Price Reduction! Magnificent Rare Find, Awesome Live Water Ranch

of the finest ranches I have ever seen for

2,863 Acres

excellent live water, whitetail/exotic hunting

Northwest Texas v Nolan County v Abilene

and recreation! It offers a fabulous hilltop main lodge with five bedrooms, five and a half baths and sleeps 12 with 5,000± square feet. Enjoy stunning West Texas sunsets from porches overlooking the ranch, as well as a rock patio and fire pit area, a pool with a hot tub, guesthouse, foreman's house and paved access with an electric entry. This wellequipped property has a workshop, gameprocessing facility with walk-in cooler, two equipment barns and a horse stable area with pipe paddocks. There is also a state-of-the-art deer-handling facility with nine large breeder pens and four buck pens. There are 300± whitetail deer in the breeder pens and 650± whitetail deer turned out into the main body of the ranch. The ranch is under MLD and hunts October through February. There are also many species of exotics, lots of wild turkey, hog and other native animals. There are large grain bins, 11 executive blinds and feeder stations, many food plots, a shooting range, sporting clay range and great fishing in one of the three lakes. This stunning water property also features both sides of several creeks with many springs, giant trees and rock formations and waterfalls, creating a truly unique recreational paradise for the quality minded. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.


Just minutes to Eagle Pass and Del Rio and only two hours to San Antonio, this readyto-go, game-fenced property features giant whitetail and rare exotic hunting! This is a great recreational ranch oasis in the heart of the desert. What makes it rare is the natural supply of water this ranch receives from the Rio Grande River Irrigational Canal. Not many have this! Then, add a fabulous electric gate with rock entry and excellent paved ranch roads leading up to the main home, high on a hilltop overlooking your ranch. The main home features three bedrooms, three baths,

South Texas’ Best - Golden Triangle Recreational Paradise!

a large kitchen, fireplace, great porches, a

South Texas v Maverick County v Eagle Pass/Del Rio

for entertaining guests or clients with a three-

2,725 Acres

fire-pit area, carport and a great exercise gym with tons of equipment. This ranch is perfect bedroom, two-bath guest quarters, bunkhouse

with four large suites with their own baths a one-of-a-kind outdoor kitchen perfect for entertaining, party barn, fire pit area, basketball court, washer-throwing area and much more that you simply must come and see! To all this, add a hanger and helicopter pad, manager’s trailer, large pole barn, another large barn with a workshop, large grain bins, 10 scientific whitetail breeder pens, four elk breeder pens all including shelters, water troughs, protein feeders and the best paved roads in the vicinity. Now, let’s talk water! Not only is water piped all over the ranch to 25 water troughs, but to the three large lakes stocked with fish. The lake party pavilion is a must see!

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For the hunters, there are 15 Ranch King executive blinds with 31± corn feeders and 16 of the best protein feeders. A 1,150±-acre exotic whitetail area is home to zebra, sable, elk, wildebeest and more. There is even a game-cleaning area. This rare find is a must see and almost impossible to duplicate; the improvements, roads, fencing, deer herd and quality of everything would take years to recreate at this level, and this one is ready to go! Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

527-Acre Game-Fenced Recreational Paradise Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Blanco


This is an incredible location in the heart of the Texas Hill Country! These 527± acres lie just minutes to Blanco and Wimberley and only 45 minutes to San Antonio or Austin! This ready-to-go, game-fenced outdoorsman’s paradise is private and secluded with paved electronic gate access. The property includes a three-bedroom, two-bath ranch home, two water wells, two ponds, many springs and Bates and Yeager Creeks. Add a sixdoor garage/workshop, a two-door climatecontrolled garage, nice implement barn, paved ranch roads, a 22-acre scientific pen that has been in place for approximately eight years and many species of exotics such

as Transcaspian Urial sheep, axis and fallow deer, blackbuck, sable, buffalo and trophy whitetail deer that have been managed for many years. Cowboy Mountain is on this property and is one of the highest hilltops in the area. This is a great find! Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

Pedernales River Retreat 135± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Blanco Co. v Austin


Minutes to San Antonio or Austin, this readyto-go place has Highway 281 frontage. The river here is wide and deep, crystal clear, easy to get to and already looks like a park. The property features a gated piped entry, granite roads, hundreds of trimmed trees, a gazebo,

horseshoe pit, underground landscape lights, a cozy and rustic almost new, two-bedroom, twobath cabin with porch over looking the river! Then, add an enclosed carport, another guest/ caretaker apartment with private carport, smokehouse, cattle pens, game cleaning area, great

Outdoorsman’s Recreational Paradise With Live Water 577± Acres

fencing, good road system and great hunting and wildlife. In addition to a gorgeous retreat setting, Southeast Texas v Freestone Co. v Fairfield the property offers possible development potential, with some commercial value on Highway Minutes to Fairfield and only 90 minutes to 281 and fabulous land with gorgeous views of the Texas Hill Country! $2,195,000.


The Woodlands, Texas, this is a great location with paved access, gorgeous rolling terrain with views, cleared food plot areas, thousands of trees, nice equipment barn, workshop and a managed deer herd. Then, add both sides of a live running creek, several springs and three lakes! It will be hard to find a better allaround place. Quit paying outrageous taxes and buy this dream place while interest rates are low. Let me show you how to run your ranch as a business! $1,895,000.

181 Acres With “Touch The Sky” Views! Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Boerne


Tired of subdivision restrictions? This 181±-acre ranch in Kendall County is your solution. Just minutes to Boerne and 45 minutes to San Antonio airport and all city amenities, this property features paved access, lots of road frontage, abundant wildlife and views of the Texas Hill Country for miles. Enjoy country living and a country lifestyle, but so not far away that you are out of touch! This one will not last and is priced to sell at $1,495,000. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

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Guadalupe River Retreat 80± Acres

Central Texas v Comal County v New Braunfels


What a place! This place has great live Guadalupe River with giant cypress trees, rapids, waterfalls and deep holes. Then, add minutes to New Braunfels and only 30 minutes to San Antonio. This is a great place to park some money and would be great for a bed and breakfast, campground, summer camp or RV resort. There is a great rustic, three-story loft cabin that sleeps 12, paved road, water well and only more to come imagine. This is a rare find for this kind of location with this kind of live water and business opportunity. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013. $2,495,000.

Frio County’s Best Ever Outdoor Recreational Paradise 1,488 Acres

South Texas v Frio County v Pearsall


This amazing property has a three-mile paved entry to a magnificent and majestic sevenbedroom, seven-bath lodge set high on a hill! This lodge is incredible and unique with a giant rock mountain in the center of the main room that features a large fireplace and a walk-in gun safe. Add a gourmet kitchen, a large bar area, entertaining area and more that you have to come and see to appreciate! Three of the seven bedrooms are luxury master suites. This is by far the best lodge we have ever seen! Outside, the lodge has a fabulous outdoor pool with a waterfall, hot tub, outdoor cooking and entertaining area, awesome lighting and professional landscaping that all looks over your well-developed ranch. The ranch features a state-of-the-art whitetail deer breeding facility with scientific breeder pens and

a superior whitetail herd. Then add axis deer, aoudad, blackbuck, Barasingha deer, elk, Eids deer, fallow deer, eland, hog deer, kudu, muntjac, nilgai, Perre David deer, red lechwe, sika deer, oryx, sambar, wildebeest, waterbuck, water buffalo, zebra and more. Enjoy year-round hunting with this exotic showcase! Now let us talk about four pivot-irrigation systems, three large irrigation wells, two diesel pumps producing over 1,500 gpm and one electric pump producing around 750 gpm, and six stock tanks, one of which is very large with a pier and jet ski ability. Five of the stock tanks have piped water to them with 8" and 6" lines. This property also features four pastures, a lighted trap and skeet range, 11 deer blind/feeder/hunting stations. Additional buildings include a 100’ x 50’ equipment barn with six full RV hookups. A 10-person

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bunkhouse with a full kitchen and two baths; a nice three-bedroom, two-bath doublewide; a 25' x 25' game cleaning area with an 18' tall walk-in cooler; and two 40' x 30' barns complete the package. This is a rare opportunity for this ready-to-go, one-of-a-kind ranch. The banks pay you nothing. The stock market offers no stability or control of your asset. Come run this ranch as a business and get lots of tax deductions and write off expenses while entertaining your family and customers! $6,995,000.


Cattleman’s Dreamplace Central Texas v Freestone County v Buffalo

This 2,400±-acre showplace off Highway 79, east of Buffalo, has improved pastures providing some of the best grazing in the area. Well watered through several spring and creeks, this place should carry 400 cows conservatively. About 85% open and 15% wooded, the land has many improvements: perimeter and cross fencing, a large barn, small camp house and a large set of steel working pens. Built in 2007, the 6,000-square-foot main house sits on a high hill that overlooks a large portion of the ranch. Enjoy the extensive landscaping and porches, a saltwater pool and a covered outdoor kitchen/ dining area with grill, sink, refrigerators, built-in beer coolers, flat-screen television and bathroom. This property has lots of paved road frontage which lends itself to future development or breaking up into several ranches. It is the “Southfork” of Central Texas! $7,500,000.

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Central Texas v Grimes County v Bryan-College Station

Just minutes from Bryan-College Station, this Grimes County Ranch is truly a one-of-a-kind property. These 4,000Âą highly maintained acres offer a spectacular six-bedroom, six-bath lodge with a swimming pool and set on the banks of a private 110Âą-acre lake. In addition to the large private lake, there are many other water features, including over two miles of Navasota River frontage, Stewart Lake and 14 other duck impoundments. Large irrigated improved pastures and

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wonderful tree-studded bottomlands flow through the ranch. Large hilltop building sites with views to Kyle Field and College Station are spread throughout the property. The majority of the ranch is high fenced and managed for trophy whitetail deer. A large fully enclosed boat house sits

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Enjoy some of the clearest running water in East Texas! A rock-bottom creek complete with several waterfalls passes through the property, adding to its appeal. These 1,200 wonderful acres offer outstanding building sites and truly spectacular water in a prime location within an hour of Houston. Strong timber and beautiful hardwoods add to the property’s landscape. All timber information is available upon request. Timber grows at 5-6% a year... Outrun your CDs and hunt at the same time.

Waterfall Ranch Southeast Texas v Walker County v Huntsville

Fredericksburg Homestead Elm Creek Ranch 208 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

Texas Hill Country Gillespie County v Fredericksburg


An old German homestead dating back

to the mid 1800s was recently updated Fifteen minutes south of historic Fredericksburg, this amazing Hill Country estate is nestled into and expanded and is centrally located on the picturesque countryside. First-class amenities are included in the main house with over 8,000 these 300± picturesque acres. The historic,


square feet of high-ceiling, open-concept, ranch-style architecture. This dream home has expansive immaculately maintained, two-story home is patios for views and entertaining. There is a guesthouse and ranch office of 8,500± square feet complete with a swimming pool and modern with an outside activity area for basketball, softball, volleyball, horseshoes and barbecues. A two- conveniences. Interior rock walls, large wood stall horse barn has a second-floor cottage. There is a 2,000-foot paved strip with hanger, plus a beams, wood floors and ceilings add to the regulation trap and skeet range with lounge. Terrain varies from improved grass fields to spring-

home’s ambiance. The ranch lies just minutes

fed creek bottom with huge elms and oaks. This is an ideal corporate or family retreat, or move from downtown Fredericksburg, accessed via your business to the ranch. Call for a showing soon! a county-maintained paved road. These 300± acres are covered in large post oaks, live oaks and pecan trees. In addition, a spring-fed creek passes through the property, adding live water to the ranch’s résumé. Wildlife is abundant and roams throughout. The ranch offers both native and improved pastures with good soil for producing livestock forage. This

Lake View Ranch

historic property with all its improvements will not last long!

291 Acres


Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Camp Verde

In the highly desirable Camp Verde area, these 291± acres offer end-of-the-road privacy and an updated, three-bedroom, three- and one-half-bath rustic lodge that sits hillside overlooking two spring-fed lakes. The entire ranch is high fenced and contains both native and exotic wildlife. The majority of the property has been cleared of cedar, and an excellent road system. In addition to the lodge, a conveniently located barn and working pens sit next to a field for the buyer who is interested in livestock. The ranch offers excellent large-acreage neighbors in a very private and quiet setting.

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Stunning views and live water lie near historical Boerne, just 20 minutes from Loop 1604 in San Antonio. These spectacular 100- to 250-acre tracts are truly the hidden gems of the Texas Hill Country. Good elevation changes afford great building sites with majestic views. The majority of the tracts are enhanced with live water and

Kendall County Ranch

good bottomland for recreation. The property

Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Boerne

has limited building restrictions to help the integrity of the area. This ranch is priced to sell.


Just minutes from Bryan/College Station, this Grimes County ranch is truly a one-of-a-kind property. These 4,000± highly maintained acres offer a spectacular five-bedroom, six-bath lodge with a swimming pool and are set on the banks of a private 110±-acre lake. In addition to the large private lake, there are many other water features, including over two miles of Navasota

College Station Ranch East Texas v Grimes County v College Station

River frontage, Stewart Lake and 14 other duck impoundments. Large irrigated improved pastures and wonderful tree-studded bottomlands flow through the ranch. Large hilltop building sites with views to Kyle Field and College Station are spread throughout the property. The majority of the ranch is high fenced and managed for trophy whitetail deer. A large, fully enclosed boathouse sits on a manmade peninsula centrally located on the lake, affording easy access to water sports and prime fishing. The ranch has many other improvements accessed via paved roads. The main lodge is a site to see with too many details to list! The lodge and pool areas are wonderfully landscaped and immaculately maintained. Call to see this Texas showplace.


This one-of-a-kind estate is just five minutes from historic downtown Fredericksburg. This divine estate sits on 20± immaculately maintained acres. This is truly one of the finest homes in the Fredericksburg area. The main residence consists of 6,800± square feet with additional large covered patios. A beautiful pool in the

Fredericksburg Estate

backyard sits next to a wonderfully designed

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

outdoor cooking area. Brazilian cherry wood floors and tumbled travertine flow through the

home. Custom windows and doors constructed of Cantera with copper inlays help set this home apart from any other in the area. A large kitchen, with the best available appliances, is centrally located in the home. In addition, the custom wall treatments and professional trim work add to the property’s value. This home is designed for entertaining! There are too many other details to list. Please call to schedule a showing.

Granada Springs Texas Hill Country Gillespie County v Fredericksburg


This 230±-acre waterfront delight is a unique Hill Country home with entertainment lodge, two barns and rustic cabin positioned high on a limestone bluff overlooking an amazing spring-fed waterway. The

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ranch includes 4,500± feet of both sides of the spring-fed Turtle Creek plus the Granada Spring, which is a tremendous source of water even in this extreme drought! The setting for the three-bedroom, two- and one-half-bath rock and stucco home and lodge is a sunset watcher’s dream. Set up your showing soon!

Ranch on the Blanco Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Blanco


These 150± acres of beautiful Hill Country offer rolling improved pastures to wooded creek bottoms and 3,000± feet of frontage on the rock-bottom, spring-fed Blanco River with a great lake site. The three-bedroom, three-bath ranch home was completely updated and remodeled in 2002. The picturesque setting has huge oaks and abundant outdoor entertaining areas with remarkable views. There are 1,950+ feet of paved CR 1888 frontage only 20 minutes from historic Fredericksburg. This is the kind of property that brings folks to Texas Hill Country!

Falls Creek Ranch Texas Hill Country v Llano County v Tow


This is a great opportunity to own a historic property in Texas. This large tract consists of 3,000± acres sitting on the shores of Lake Buchannan.




property is truly a special property conveniently located near Austin and San Antonio. Falls

Middle Verde Ranch

Creek passes through the property, providing strong crystal-clear live water. The creek dives

Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Bandera


off a huge bluff, creating a spectacular waterfall

10 minutes from Bandera.

and the surrounding Hill Country.

These conveniently located 2,768 acres near Bandera offer breathtaking views and wonderful

cascading into Lake Buchanan. These falls have

building sites. The property has three nice creeks that were dammed to create beautiful lakes. been featured many times on several magazine The property has a nice combination of hills and valleys. A small old rock house overlooks a lake.

covers. The ranch offers valleys and large hills

Large oak trees, great views and good water finish out the property located on Highway 173, just offering picturesque views of Lake Buchannan

Blanco Valley Ranch Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Blanco


These 82± well-manicured acres lie south of Blanco just off Highway 281. Among the many improvements is the 4,900-square-foot custom stone home with heated pool, barn and riding arena. Complementing this property is a stocked lake with many stone improvements throughout. Come see this one; it will not be here long.

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Olds Slough Ranch South Texas v Live Oak County v Three Rivers


Just 2± miles east of Three Rivers and very conveniently located only 75 miles from San Antonio, these 1,207 acres are accessed by a paved county road on the north side. Gently rolling terrain is covered in big mesquite and all varieties of good South Texas brush. The river is lined with hundreds of giant live oaks and is very scenic. The ranch borders 1.5 miles of beautiful and accessible Nueces River. The river is easy to navigate in a small boat and

offers great fishing for bass and catfish. Olds Slough passes through the ranch for over one mile and is a great source of permanent water for wildlife and livestock. Olds Slough will hold water year round and offers great potential for lake development.


This awesome 4,000-acre live water ranch is just 7 miles west of Brackettville and 25 miles east of Del Rio. Clear Water Creek Ranch has about one mile of frontage on Highway 90 and is accessed via an electric gated entrance. This is a high-fenced ranch with a variety of native trees and brush species. Due to an extensive wildlife management program, a year-round supplemental feeding and selective harvesting, there has been a very strong native herd of whitetail deer developed, as well as releases of

Clear Water Creek Ranch South Texas v Kinney County v Brackettville

bred does from superior genetics. There are five water wells, .5 mile of both sides of the live Pinto Creek, which flows strong through the ranch, and four ponds. Situated on elevations overlooking Pinto Creek is a 3,000-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bath main house and two bunkhouses.

McCoy Ranch South Texas v Atascosa Co. v McCoy


These 2,351 acres are 12± minutes southeast of Pleasanton and 40 miles south of San Antonio. This gently rolling country has several nice hilltops for building with nice views. The ranch is very scenic and has been manicured and groomed to a parklike setting. 80% of the ranch is covered in great South Texas brush and big mesquite. 20% has been improved for quail habitat and wildlife food plots. The ranch is highly improved with over $2.3 million spent on improvements in the last year: 11.5 miles of galvanized game fencing, remodeled home, new irrigation well with new diesel generator, 200,000 yards of dirt dug out of the new lakes, 6.5 miles of PVC irrigation lines to all lakes, two pivot irrigation systems for food plots and much more. McCoy Ranch has one of the best upcoming whitetail deer herds in South Texas.

Camelot Farms Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Stonewall/Fredericksburg


This Hill Country ranch is located between the historic towns of Stonewall and Fredericksburg, making it a very comfortable commute to Austin and San Antonio from Highway 290. These 187.9 acres offer many improvements, including a main residence and pool, several rustic guest log cabins

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and horse barn. Offering both live oaks and prime pastureland, this high-fenced property even has Pedernales River frontage. It’s a prime location for a bed and breakfast venture or just making it your

own personal ranch!

San Miguel Ranch South Texas v Frio County v Pearsall


This amazing 473-acre live water, high-fenced ranch is approximately one hour from San Antonio and less than 20 minutes from Pearsall and Devine. San Miguel Ranch is secluded, but conveniently located with easy access from the

Comanche Creek Ranch


Texas Hill Country v San Saba County v Llano

county road via a beautiful native rocked entrance and all-weather caliche roads. There are several retention ponds, one well, the wet-weather Davis

Without a doubt, this is the best ranch in Texas and the most breathtaking, highly improved Creek and the live San Miguel Creek, which runs ranch on the market! This is the best ranch I have ever seen and ever had the opportunity to sell

throughout the center of the ranch. The ranch

in my 17 years of selling ranches. This gorgeous ranch is north of Llano in the beautiful Texas is well improved with a very nice hunting lodge, Hill Country. Main improvements include the finest custom lodge in Texas, one of the grandest entertainment barn, equipment barn, walk-in and best guesthouses ever experienced, a truly amazing owner’s house and an unbelievable two- cooler/freezer and processing area, a guest/bunk lane bowling alley. There is a beautiful creek and lake, views for 40 miles and some of the largest house, numerous blinds, feeders and auto-feed whitetail and axis bucks in Texas! This ranch is for the man, woman or company who wants trailer. This is a fantastic, ready-to-go, live water everything. This is better than any 5-star resort!

hunting and recreational destination.


This gorgeous 364-acre Texas Hill Country ranch






blue-green, sparkling Llano River, a good combination of shallow gushing rapids to deeper tranquil river for swimming or fishing. Breathtaking views from dramatic elevated peaks up to 2,000± feet high tower over the surrounding countryside. Awesome

Llano River Ranch Texas Hill Country v Kimble County v Junction

giant bluffs overlook the river with views for miles. A good road system traverses the ranch and a newly improved road access was created down to the riverfront. There are 2,000± feet of county road frontage on CR

Frio River Ranch Texas Hill Country v Real County v Leakey

320 and the riverfront lies on the west side of the county road while the main body of the ranch lies on the east side. The property is fenced and there is a tillable field on the northeast corner.


Enjoy 3,300± feet of both sides of the highly sought after, year-round, crystal-clear, gushing Frio River lined with hundreds of towering cypress trees. There is a fantastic combination of soothing rapids, 5- to 6-foot-deep swimming holes and gorgeous waterfalls. Beautiful cypress line both sides. Along the north border, there are 2,000± feet of Cypress Creek frontage, a year-round live water creek that feeds into the Frio River and lined with many beautiful cypress. This 583-acre ranch has over a mile of year-round flowing water. Beautiful Sawmill Hollow Canyon has flowing springs and cypress.

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The San Miguel Creek Ranch is a phenomenal high-fenced, South Texas hunting and working cattle ranch in Atascosa County. The ranch is made up of 4,892± total acres with about 70% being excellent native brush, 25% in improved pastures and 5% is farmland. San Miguel Ranch is well watered with two electric Carrizo water wells, nine lakes, seven ponds, 2.5 miles of the live San Miguel Creek and four wet-weather

San Miguel Creek Ranch

creeks. There are many improvements to the ranch, including a 6,257-square-foot main lodge

South Texas v Atascosa County v Pearsall

which sleeps 25 comfortably, an awesome back

porch which runs the length of the house and overlooks the back yard/entertainment area and beautiful lake. This is a rare opportunity to own a very nice large South Texas hunting and cattle ranch with extraordinary water.

Pipe Creek Ranch Lockhart Mountain Ranch Texas Hill Country v Llano County v Llano


This beautiful, low-fenced 936-acre Hill


Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Pipe Creek

This 417-acre ranch lies in Bandera County on Bear Springs Road, 1.5± miles north of Pipe Creek with a mile of paved road frontage and is 17± miles from Boerne. The property is completely high fenced and has one mile of both sides of the live Pipe Creek. The ranch also contains three dams and a lake along the creek. There are nice elevations and amazing hilltop views of the cascading

Country ranch lies 10± miles north of Llano countryside loaded with huge live oaks, healthy brush and fields. The main house is an old Hill with amazing views of the Lockhart Mountains County stone German-style house of 1,200 square feet and has been completely restored with a on the ranch. The property has a good cover

metal roof, wood floors and fireplace. There are several older wooden barns and pens.

of Hill Country brush, large oaks, persimmon, mesquite and cedar elms. Surrounded by large neighboring ranches, Lockhart Ranch has abundant whitetail deer, turkey and hogs. A wildlife supplemental feeding program is in place. The ranch has two nice lakes (2± acres each), three ponds and one water well with submersible electric motor.

Llano River Ranch


Texas Hill Country v Kimble County v Junction

This 793-acre live water, Hill Country ranch, 7± miles west of Junction, is low- and cross-fenced into three pastures and has good roads and incredible views of the surrounding county; a perfect hunting and recreational getaway loaded with an abundance of native game, dove, hog, whitetail and axis. Huge pecan trees and a wide variety of oaks, including shin, red, blackjack and live

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oaks, cover the ranch. Llano River Ranch boasts a hunter’s cabin, electricity and various hunting

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electric submersible well and half a mile of the live North Llano River.


This remarkable 2,448-acre South Texas ranch, just 6.5 miles west of Brackettville, has over 2 miles of Highway 90 frontage. The ranch has a thick mixture of native South Texas highprotein brush with hundreds of big live oak, pecan and elm trees following the live Pinto Creek. Spring-fed Pinto Creek has crystal-clear water and several lakes. Palo Pinto Ranch is an incredible live water hunting and cattle ranch

Palo Pinto Ranch South Texas v Kinney County v Brackettville

with great potential for recreational use. Improvements include a nice five-bedroom, four-bath home with open living area; nearby is a large patio for entertaining with views of the creek bottom and pecan orchard. An irrigation system waters 120± acres of pecan trees and improved pastures. In addition to the main house, there is a three-bedroom bunkhouse, foreman’s house, large barn and other buildings.

Tres Cuevas Ranch South Texas v Medina County v D’Hanis


This beautiful 105-acre partially high-fenced showplace fronts FM 1796 North, 7± miles north of

D’Hanis. The diverse topography creates countless amazing views from the 25+-foot bluffs, which overlook the beautiful coastal pastures below. There are many large bull mesquite, as well as hundreds of huge live oaks, cedar elm, persimmon and mountain laurel. Rolling terrain covered

Frontier Ranch South Texas v Kinney County v Uvalde

in excellent native grasses and a variety of native high-protein brush species provides the perfect wildlife habitat. Good interior roads provide all-weather access to all areas. All three Indian caves

are easily reached and waiting for exploration. This property is ready to add personal touches for a This high-fenced ranch is nestled in deep private home, getaway or hunter’s paradise. There are numerous beautiful homesites available. southern Kinney County, just 45 minutes


southwest of Uvalde and has paved highway frontage on Highways 131 and 1908. The


This is an incredible, 10,000±-acre, partially high-fenced, South Texas ranch in eastern Webb

spring-fed Las Moras Creek and several wet- County with the southern portion situated in weather drainages run for over five miles. Zapata County, just southwest of Hebbronville,

Lone Mountain Ranch South Texas v Webb Co. v Hebbronville

Frontier Ranch is a 5,404-acre angler and with paved FM 649 frontage. The ranch is “all duck hunter’s dream with miles of live creek inclusive” with excellent bird hunting, deer and 16 lakes to catch big largemouth bass and

hunting and good fishing on a number of the

30-pound catfish; several lakes can be filled

ponds. Native brush and grasses cover Lone

from the Las Moras Creek. There are numerous Mountain Ranch. The ranch is extremely diverse water wells and a 25-acre wetland area that has

in its topography, soils and wildlife habitation.

been established to provide a prime aquatic

Several wet-weather creeks and drainages traverse

habitat for a multitude of migratory waterfowl. the ranch, as well as 21 ponds, four water wells Frontier Ranch has a Texas Parks & Wildlife

and a 4,500-gallon water storage tank. A Spanish-

Level 3 MLD permit. The ranch has numerous style, two-story hunting lodge with 11 suites lies houses, guesthouses, hunting lodge, barns and

at a higher elevation overlooking the countryside.

a 4,400-foot paved airstrip with a 9,760-square- There are 1,000-gallon gas and diesel tanks and foot airplane hanger. Frontier Ranch is one three steel storage containers. This is an awesome of the premier deer hunting and year-round deep South Texas hunting ranch sure to fit the recreational retreats in Texas.

serious outdoorsman’s dreams.

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This 192±-acre property lies at the corner of Klein Road and Redstone Ranch Road next to the historic LBJ State Park. The tract includes beautiful Pedernales River frontage with rapids and easy sloping access. The property has deep soil and large trees, wooded areas and a seasonal

Pedernales River Farm

creek flowing through the ranch along Klein Road. The large improved field includes a pivot

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

irrigation system. This tract comes with 25 acre

feet of water rights from the Pedernales River. This property is ready for your custom home and has a beautiful homesite overlooking the river.

Sandy 188 Ranch

Canada del Oso

South Texas v Medina County v Devine







New Mexico v Mora County v Angel Fire


is Canada del Oso is now on the market! This incredible 4,850-acre ranch has breathtaking views,

conveniently located in Medina County off IH-35 and CR 7812 just 30 minutes from San Antonio. The terrain is flat to rolling with sandy loam soils and lots of huge oak trees, healthy native browse

abundant elk, bear, turkey, deer and great water. The Pioneer custom log home is a miraculous work of art in itself, and has 6,200 square feet of heated space along with lots of outdoor decks. This custom home offers many features including western red cedar logs, antiqued Douglas fir flooring, Brazilian and Verde fire granite and lots of custom tile. Tons of rock harvested from the ranch accents the home

and other hardwoods. There is one well on an and fireplace; the attention to detail is truly incredible. Four bedrooms, a guest suite and four and a half electric 1.5h – 17 gpm - submersible pump with baths make up the home. The large master has outstanding views and a custom bath with shower and sand filter and separator, which supplies water

tub. All of the interior walls and outdoor eaves are constructed of aspen and no sheetrock! The other

to three of the five ponds and two water troughs. bedrooms offer plenty of room and closet space to accommodate large families and plenty of friends. Three of the ponds are stocked with bass and channel catfish, and one of the ponds has a fishing dock and fish feeder. The ranch is lowfenced and has good two-wheel drive vehicle

Comal County Ranch Texas Hill Country v Comal County v New Braunfels

access. Some of the improvements are a cabin (needs interior finishing) which overlooks two of the ponds, a small arrangement of livestock working pens and pole barn with walk-in cooler. The ranch is all electric and on a 750-gallon septic system. This is the perfect recreational or hunting getaway, conveniently located, yet hidden allowing for maximum privacy.


Located on River Road, 5± minutes from New Braunfels, this low-fenced 78-acre ranch has rolling Hill Country terrain with pastures and giant live oak trees with elevations offering great views. There are incredible views overlooking 1,761 feet of the cypress-lined Guadalupe River. Native wildlife roams freely through this Hill Country property. The property has one well with submersible pump. There are also 1,761 feet of the gorgeous Guadalupe River. Improvements

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include an older 2,500-square-foot, three-story home overlooking the river. There is also another

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owned; exact mineral conveyance to be determined at time of new title commitment.


An electric gate entrance lies 5 miles north of La Pryor and 15 miles south of Uvalde off Highway 83. Terrain is rolling with predominantly red dirt in the back, numerous good draws and a gravel ridge in the front with an excellent diversity of brush cover for abundant wildlife. Large trees line the 2.5 miles of Nueces River frontage. The 3,515-acre ranch is completely high-fenced and

Nueces River Ranch South Texas v Zavala County v La Pryor

cross-fenced into two pastures. Multiple pumps, wells and windmills provide water to the 12 tanks on the ranch. This ranch boasts a twostory, five-bedroom, four-bath home with game room all overlooking the Nueces River. There are two barns, a grain bin, numerous blinds and feeders. Six miles of new caliche road complete this amazing ranch.

Comanche Creek Ranch South Texas v Medina County v D’Hanis


Located off paved FM 1796 and three miles down all-weather PR 3213, this 705-acre ranch is rolling and covered in an extraordinary variety of high-protein brush species, huge oaks and blanketed with thick native grasses. Two wet-weather creeks and several wet-weather drainages meander through the ranch. Native wildlife on the Comanche Creek Ranch is healthy, including

BRC Ranch

whitetail deer, dove, quail and flocks of turkey. Comanche Creek Ranch has seven ponds, two

Texas Hill Country v Mason County v Mason

wet-weather creeks and one water trough. The ponds range in size from .25 acre to 3 acres. This is truly a perfect destination for any outdoor enthusiast.


This live water, hunting and recreational ranch is southwest of Mason, fronting on FM 2389 3± miles west of Highway 87. The high-fenced 144-acre ranch features beautiful rolling terrain with awesome Hill Country views. Nice oaks, mesquite and many brushy draws create tremendous wildlife habitat and a very scenic environment. There are also several ponds on the property, numerous hunting blinds and feeders, a two-bedroom, two-bath hunting cabin, covered parking area and a storage container. This great little hunting ranch is in

Turtle Creek Paradise

a picturesque setting.

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville


These 59± acres lie 7.5 miles south of Kerrville on Highway 16 or one hour north of San Antonio. There is gently rolling terrain with fertile soil, lush grasses, and beautiful trees such as live and post oaks, cedar elms and black walnuts. Improvements include a cozy two-bedroom, one-bath, two-story framed cabin (remodeled in 2002) with antique pine floors and rock fireplace, a bunkhouse with two covered porches, an RV barn, an equipment/workshop barn and a gazebo overlooking the creek. 1,000± feet of both sides of beautiful pristine year-round spring fed Turtle Creek flow through this ranch.

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This is a rare opportunity to own one of the larger ranches in Blanco County within 45± minutes of metropolitan Austin or San Antonio.  Although close in proximity to both, it offers supreme privacy with a truly wild feel. Breathtaking views and generous water include 6± miles of Miller Creek that meanders through the property, springs, ponds, a lake that provides good fishing and five water wells. Features include a main

Diamond X Ranch

lodge, guesthouses, ranch buildings, road system

3,737± Acres

and game-proof perimeter fencing, to secure

Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Johnson City

habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, wild hog, dove, quail, small game and some free-ranging exotics.

Patrucia Ranch 9,908± Acres


South Texas v Kinney County v Spofford

A unique, large pristine property has highly desirable native brush, support for high-quality trophy whitetail deer plus turkey, feral hogs, javelina, blue and bobwhite quail, dove plus seasonal waterfowl. Two major creeks, Lindsey Creek and Elm Creek, combine with multiple lakes including a large main lake. Minerals convey.

Adamson Ranch 5,444± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Edwards Co. v Rocksprings


This large, secluded ranch is truly unique, owned for 70+ years, with exceptional open terrain, rolling hills, good pastureland, scenic elevations and a ranch home and guesthouse. Three wells, cisterns, troughs plus seasonal Dry Devil’s River provide water for abundant whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, quail and dove. Minerals are negotiable.

Blue Indigo Ranch

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1,783± Acres


South Texas v Duval County v George West

This premier ranch has nice improvements and land that ascends from low, level ground to beautiful rolling hills. Infrastructure includes a lodge, barn, pens, a well and tank with water lines to troughs. Creek drainages and great brush diversity offer habitat for abundant native deer, quail and turkey.


A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, this is one of South Texas’ finest hunting properties! Prime whitetail deer and quail country has exceptional quality and numbers of trophy deer, turkey, quail, dove, wild dogs, ducks and others. There is Leona River frontage, Carrizo wells with underground pipelines and 12 tanks, some with bass. Fine improvements include a lodge, guesthouse, hunter’s house, summer kitchen, staff housing , numerous barns, office, kennels, pens, game processing facilities, etc.

Historic Hunting Ranch 13,055± Acres

South Texas v Zavala County v Batesville

Sauz Ranch 2,175± Acres

South Texas v Zavala County v Batesville


This easily accessed hunting ranch has a strong Carrizo well to supply its lake and 100±-acre food plot. Three sides are high fenced, and there are good roads. Great brush diversity supports abundant whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail, hogs and other wildlife. It is only 80± miles south of San Antonio!

A Texas Heritage Ranch 945± Acres

South Texas v Zavala County v Big Wells


Owned since 1884, this low-fenced ranch is a notable heritage ranch and a great offering in the Golden Triangle, noted for Trophy class whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs, javelina and others. It is ready for improvements with great water potential and a 1,500±-foot Carrizo irrigation well with 8'' casing.

Loma Alta Ranch 900± Acres


South Texas v Dimmit County v Carrizo Springs

In an area renowned for producing large whitetail deer, this unimproved land has produced a net book deer and offers low-fenced, free-range hunting at its finest. Native wildlife includes whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, javelina, quail and dove. There is paved highway frontage. It lies 25± miles south of George West.

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Cline Mountain Ranch 1,385± Acres

Central Texas v Uvalde County v Cline


Great hunting combines with views, good brush, large oaks plus impressive Turkey Creek and Cline Mountain elevation, making this ranch exceptional! Infrastructure includes a ranch home and several barns. 765± acres are high-fenced for exotic blackbuck antelope, axis, fallow, sika, oryx and zebra, plus there are whitetail, turkey, dove and quail.

Tularosa Ranch

Meyer Ranch

652± Acres

603± Acres

Central Texas v Kinney Co. v Brackettville

Central Texas v Uvalde & Real Counties v Camp Wood


Family owned since 1948, this great recreational getaway offers good hunting with breathtaking views. This uninhabited ranch is ready for improvements and offers abundant whitetail deer, turkey, hogs and exotic blackbuck and axis, plus dove and quail.


Over a mile of crystal-clear Nueces River makes this ranch truly special. Pecan and oak trees cover the premises, with historic Indian mounds lying underneath their shade. Good improvements, beautiful views and natural springs combine with five water wells, main home, two guest homes, foreman’s home, two barns and a walk-in cooler. Habitat supports whitetail deer, hogs quail, dove

Nueces Ranch

and free-ranging axis and blackbuck antelope.

4,822± Acres

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Here is a great combination of serene brush country and scenic Hill Country in a transition zone that provides a taste of both! Exceptional improvements include a handsome main home, carport, foreman’s home and shearing barn. 1,600± acres are under excellent game-proof fencing, plus there are 20± acres of deer pens, six pastures, corrals, six wells and three to four miles of water lines. Abundant whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, hogs, quail, dove and some free-ranging exotics, such as aoudad, call this home.


Rancher’s Dream Showplace 1,664± Acres

Central Texas v Falls County v Satin

20± miles southeast of Waco and one and a half hours from Austin or Dallas there sits a property offering exquisite living on a working ranch. The custom estate home, featured in several magazines, was built in 2006 and offers 7,300± square feet of uniqueness. The home overlooks a 15±-acre lake and waterfall pool bordered by an entertainment cantina and separate cooking cabana, all surrounded by majestic oaks, beautiful views and superb sunsets. The highly improved pastures have been home for many years to a legendary registered cattle operation with top-notch handling facilities; inclusive of show, sale, horse and hay storage barns, three sets of working pens, water wells and four remodeled guest/staff houses. There is excellent rainfall; live water is abundant throughout the property, including a large creek. Turkey and hogs are plentiful, and there are even a few whitetail deer. Partially owned minerals will convey to new owner.

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Paradise Farms 551+ Acres

Central Texas Medina County v Rio Medina


Paradise Farms is a stunning, first-class equestrian ranch in northeast Medina County, only 30 minutes northwest of San Antonio. Premier improvements include an incredible main home adjoined by a pool and tennis court, 12,000±-square-foot stables, 6,000±-squarefoot offices/guesthouse, 10,000±-square-foot barn, 39,600±-square-foot covered arena, two staff homes, an excellent road system and much more. From picturesque flat pastureland, the ranch ascends to scenic hills with sweeping views. There are two beautiful tanks that offer fishing near the house, four Edward’s water wells plus seasonal Deep Creek traverses the property. The land is also host to whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, duck and some free-ranging exotics. The owner will convey all mineral rights and will divide the land. Randy Cadwallader, 210 860-0093.


Super turn-key hunting and recreation includes a quality-built lodge, water well with cisterns and troughs, two tanks, excellent low fencing/cross-fencing, cattle pens with chute, plus corn feeders, bulk feeders and custom deer blinds. Native wildlife includes whitetail deer, turkey, quail, bobcat and javelina. Seller financing is available! Steven Bennett, 210 287-3776.

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J-BAR-T Ranch 285± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Menard County v Fort McKavett


Ruggedly beautiful, the terrain has several ridges that have views from the clouds! Only five miles west of historic Boerne between IH-10 and Highway 16, this ranch has nice improvements: offices, classrooms, workshops, three-bedroom, two-bath home, guest cottages, plus a covered 5,000±-square-foot pavilion for long, wide views of sky, hills, ridges, sunsets and changing weather from the heights of the Hill Country! The only restrictions are related to golden cheek warbler habitat.

Majestic Arts Ranch 524± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Boerne

Original Settler’s Farm 310± Acres

Texas Hill Country Kendall County v Boerne


Lush land offers idyllic Guadalupe River frontage with water rights and a grand view of the river valley. The land shelters a collection of history deserving restoration, including an 1870s twostory rock home, 1850s settler’s cabin, various barns including a blacksmith shop with forge, dairy barn and grain storage. Conveyed is an 85±-acre cultivated field, all minerals and 80± acre feet of irrigation water rights.


Set in the scenic and productive Guadalupe River Valley, this ranch includes quality horse facilities, two riding areas (one with a covered competition-size riding arena), 15 horse stalls, cattle pens, two barns plus

Idyllic K-M Ranch

a charming farm home and two additional living quarters. Productive coastal fields support hay production.

89± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Waring


This unrestricted land is primarily cropland with exempt taxes, ideal for cattle or horses. There is an attractive home, vintage rock structure for quaint additional living quarters, metal building, hay barn and outbuildings, two water wells plus seasonal Holiday Creek is a boundary. Wildlife includes whitetail deer plus free-ranging axis have been seen.

Southern Comfort 81± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Comfort

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This splendid canyonlands ranch on U.S. 87, just south of Fredericksburg, boasts strong springs flowing on July 11, 2011, coupled with dramatic ridges and long range vistas, topped with major league lake site(s) and the very best location. Exquisite rock-bottom creeks flow over small waterfalls into fern-lined pools in fantastic settings of giant grottos,

Owl Creek Ranch

lush riparian hardwoods and artifact-laden

879 Acres

bottoms. $6,110,000.

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Fredericksburg


This fine, small, potential showplace features one of the finest swimming/fishing holes ever seen, in a gorgeous private setting, with potential homesites overlooking the water. A large, rambling old home offers restoration possibilities, and the land is mostly clean, fertile

Blue Hole Farm 99 Acres

bottomland, about 50% of which is covered with scattered oaks, pecans, walnuts and elm. $1,500,000.

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

Privilege Creek Ranch 161 Acres


Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Bandera

One of the best, smaller live water opportunities around fronts on a little traveled, paved country road between Pipe Creek and Bandera. Mostly flat, clean bottomland, this cool little rancho offers a couple of tree-shrouded, elevated homesites overlooking owned fields and creek, with ample cover for wildlife. Adequate improvements add function and value. $1,350,000.

Deep Valley Ranch 609 Acres

Central Texas v McCulloch County v Brady


If you seek the finest, mid-sized cow/deer/ bird ranch on the market, we invite your

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inspection of DVR. This sweet spot is almost a perfect square, with county roads on 3 sides,

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nice improvements including a four-bedroom cabin, clean food plots everywhere and a large, deep creek that holds water most of the time flowing thru the back. None better in this size range! $1,740,000.


This is the best priced and cleanest looking land in the area! Gorgeous, cedar-free land offers scattered oaks and other hardwoods in ideal location on quiet, paved country road only 40 minutes west of Austin. Smooth, rolling land rises to tall, oak-studded mesas

Oak Mesa Ranch

with sweeping vistas in all directions, featuring several stunning homesites, and interesting division possibilities. Best area price of $4,450 per acre!

Skyful Estate 135 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Hays County v Wimberley

1,061 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Blanco


This is one of the finest, small live water properties in the Wimberley/Austin area, with about one mile of strong-flowing spring creek in exquisite settings of limestone cliffs, grottos and overhanging hardwoods. The 5,000-square-foot villa and grounds are splendid and unique, and the secluded location on little-traveled paved road is only 40 minutes from Austin. $6,300,000.


Here is a grass factory with tons of water underneath it! This solid offering is 100% beef production oriented, with excellent location on SH 97, only four miles east of booming Floresville. The ranch is almost 100% jiggs Bermuda, about 50% irrigated, and there are

Grasswater Ranch

scattered large oaks found throughout. Long county road frontage allows additional exit

439 Acres

strategy, some minerals included. $1,730,000.

South Texas v Wilson County v Floresville

River Canyon Ranch 332 Acres

Central Texas v McCulloch County v Brady


This is one of the finest hunt/ranch combos around for less than $1 million! This ranch has half a mile of frontage on the deep Colorado River, with some gorgeous river frontage lined with pecan/oak/elm overlooking some of the sweetest holes in the area. A 10-acre lake has been newly created, and the hunting is rated as good to excellent for deer, turkey and dove. $979,000. Edna To Eden Best Ranches. Best Folks.

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This stretch of Pedernales River is one of the prettiest we have seen, with a couple of huge, deep holes flanked by wide, roaring falls and lined by lazy pecan, cypress and walnut trees. Several large springs issue forth from the site,

Pedernales Springs Ranch

1,126 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Blanco

and fertile fields are scattered across the ranch, which also features excellent, uniform cover of oak and elm in the uplands. Monster vistas included! $10,130,000.


What a fine, manicured, high-fenced showplace this is on the banks of the Blanco River and four miles west of Blanco! A large country-style home overlooks dramatic vistas to the north. Excellent infrastructure is in place and gorgeous rolling hills are studded with oaks, outlining

Circle A Ranch

clean, deep grass fields. Spring-fed Blasingame Creek bisects and borders the ranch for over a

424 Acres

mile, much more. $4,440,000.

Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Blanco


Source springs issue forth from these properties that have never stopped flowing, according to old area landowners. This is the headwaters of well-known North Creek, just west of US 87, between Comfort and Fredericksburg, offering some of the best potential monster lake sites we have seen.

SS + WV Ranches

Flowing down thru stunning canyonlands,

580 Acres

the scenery and water are primo, and the

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Fredericksburg

price is right. $3,450,000.


A solid, live oak-covered agricultural/recreational combo of the highest order, AVR lies 10 miles north of Brady at the end of a county road, in an area of larger ranches known for outstanding deer, turkey and dove hunting. This clean, highvalue offering includes nice two-bedroom, onebath log cabin with large loft and a beautiful, rolling Mason look and feel for a much lower McCulloch-type price. $2,780,000. Edna To Eden Best Ranches. Best Folks.

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Acorn Valley Ranch 1,505 Acres

Central Texas v McCulloch County v Brady

Redstone Ranch

2,937 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie & Blanco Counties v Stonewall


One of the finest showplaces in Central Texas is available for purchase, in whole or part, including over a mile of fabulous Pedernales River frontage and several good springs. This working ranch has been meticulously maintained over the years, and possesses excellent




condition, plus splendid residential compound of some 14,000 sf. $21,300,000.

Oak Knoll Ranch

4,033 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kerr & Real Counties v Mountain Home


This is one of the better “divide” country ranches to come to market in quite some time. Exquisitely sculpted, partially manicured, this

Edna To Eden

place could not be any prettier or more suitable wildlife habitat. Completely high fenced, two

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highway frontages, a vast network of interior paved roads and a solid watering system make

405 W. Live Oak Fredericksburg, TX 78624

this fine ranch ready to use. Just site your home

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Only 17 miles southwest of Rocksprings with access by 3 miles of county road and 2 miles of excellent controlled access private road with elevations of 1,880' to 2,140', this wildlife preserve varies from rugged hills to good soil oak flats. The ranch has a 1,900'

Flying Wildlife Preserve on Indian Creek Texas Hill Country Edwards County v Rocksprings

Spring-Fed Luxury Wildlife Ranch

luxury limestone one and one-half story, 4-bedroom, 2-bath home with two fireplaces on a hill overlooking a swimming pool, tennis courts, 3-bedroom, 1-bath lodge, 4 cabins, 4 barns, feed silo with 2 augers, fuel tank and a 2,200' airstrip. The heavy wildlife populations

include aoudad, axis, blackbuck antelope, elk, fallow, feral hogs, scimitar horned oryx, turkey, dove, quail, and whitetail deer. The wildlife populations are under professional management

Texas Hill Country v Edwards Co. v Barksdale with a year-round feeding program of protein and minerals.


Only a mile northwest of Barksdale, this ranch 344 acres features 1,594' to 2,139' elevations, three springs, 366 acres

$549,950 $1,850,000

water well, live oak, shin oak, 12,289 feet of TX 710 acres Hwy 55 frontage, a 4,825-square-foot luxury



three-bedroom, four-bath, Spanish-style villa with Only 19 miles northwest of Brackettville with wrought-iron fenced security gated compound, elevations of 1,430' to 1,650' and 9,709' of concrete drive and parking area, Blue Haven

highway frontage on FM 2523, this ranch features

heated swimming pool with waterfall, Jacuzzi, a 3,500-square-foot, furnished, four-bedroom, twoprofessionally landscaped grounds; 2,131-square- and one-half-bath hilltop lodge with up to 200-mile foot


Scenic Trophy Deer Ranch Texas Hill Country Kinney County v Brackettville


bunkhouse; views of the Sierra Madre Oriental; a 780-square1,243-square-foot guest home and 918-square-foot foot, two-bedroom, two-bath cabin; 200' barn; 20' manager’s home. The ranch also includes a 38' x

container; 2,000' airstrip; three water wells; Toro

60' metal barn, a 70' x 100' metal barn, an 8' by

ATV; eight spincast feeders, seven blinds; three 16' tack house, miles of roads and game fencing protein feeders; and an extensive interior road system. This wildlife ranch with highway frontage has with wildlife management facilities, a spring scenic hills with thick lush valleys of cedar, mesquite, huisachillo, huisache, blue sage, persimmon, water system with 91,000 gallons in 3 concrete grama, buffalo and bluestem grasses for excellent habitat for populations of whitetail deer, turkey, dove, reservoirs and a second spring water system with quail and feral hog with excellent fishing in Lake Amistad nearby. The ranch is perimeter fenced and a 3,000-gallon reservoir and pond. Most of the cross-fenced. Some minerals are available. This is the turn-key ranch you have been looking for. back of the ranch is rugged hills with awesome 746 acres $1,190,000 views while most of the highway frontage is

Indian Creek Wildlife Ranches

gently rolling grasslands with large oaks. The luxury home is located at the foot of the hills

Texas Hill Country v Edwards Co. v Rocksprings

with excellent views overlooking the large oak


Own some of this beautifully scenic wildlife

grasslands populated with aoudad, dove, quail,

habitat conveniently located only 10 miles

turkey, axis and whitetail deer. This is the best

southwest of Rocksprings. This end-of-the-road

luxury ranch buy in the Texas Hill Country. 202 acres


906 acres


1,108 acres


wildlife haven has tree covered large valleys and rugged hills, 1,880' to 2,280' elevations, heavy live oak, shin oak and pinon pine cover. Seasonal Indian Creek with axis, elk, fallow, whitetail, turkey, feral hogs, dove and quail.

Shared wells. 2,200' airstrip. Electric service by Pedernales Electric Co-op. .com

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135 acres

Water trough, elec service meter, deer, axis, elk, shared well


137 acres

3,900' luxury home, 2,100' barn/apartment, well, axis, elk


262 acres

Cabin, trailer, elec service meter, blinds, feeders, deer, axis,

elk, shared well

397 acres

Cabin, trailer, elec service meter, water tank, troughs, 6 blinds

& feeders

$349,950 $449,950

Devils River Game Ranch Texas Hill Country v Val Verde Co. v Comstock


Only eight miles north of Comstock with frontage on State Highway 163, this excellent

Rocksprings Ranches

wildlife habitat for populations of axis, whitetail deer, dove and quail is convenient to Lake

Texas Hill Country v Edwards County v Rocksprings

Amistad. Three travel trailers, electric, water Convenient to Rocksprings, this is excellent wildlife habitat for area populations of whitetail deer, well, tanks, seven blinds, six protein feeders, axis, sika, turkey and dove. eight spincast feeders, 40' container, perimeter


21 acres

Axis, elec avail, Hwy 41

25 acres

Axis, hm, elec, Hwy 41

$39,950 game fenced, game stock. $89,500 265 acres

32 acres

Cabin, deer, road end, Hwy 41

33 acres

Cabin, elec, Sycamore Creek


40 acres

Elec avail, fence, Hwy frt


40 acres

Deer, elec avail, Hwy 41


49 acres

Cabin, Trailer, elec, blds, fdrs, shared well


50 acres

Hm, elec, septic, shrd well, deer


50 acres

Cabin, cistern, elec, septic


50 acres

Cabin, cistern, elec, blinds, feeders


51 acres

Cabin, elec, blind, deer, shared well


52 acres

Home, treehouse, blinds, feeders, Terms


55 acres

Travel Trailer, elec, shared well

60 acres

Shared well, elec, oak valley

64 acres

645' Stone 1/1 hm, well, elec, Jeep

$79,950 $119,950 Only 10 miles northeast of Brackettville with $139,950 elevations of 1,435' to 1,655', these end-of-

75 acres

County road, fence 3 sides, axis

80 acres

Cabins, shop, water, elec, blds, fdrs

91 acres

Barn, shared well, old dam

132 acres

Trophy deer, blind, feeder, hog trap

135 acres

Tank, shared well, elec avail, deer



Axis Mesa Valley Ranches Texas Hill Country Kinney County v Brackettville


$149,950 the-road ranches border Alamo Village with $159,950 magnificent panoramic views. The live oak, shin $99,950 oak, pinon pine, blue sage, huisache, huisachillo, $125,000 grama, buffalo and bluestem habitat is home

$134,950 to a variety of wildlife including aoudad, axis, whitetail, hog, dove, quail and turkey with Lake


Only 26 miles north of Del Rio, Texas, this

Amistad nearby. The ranches include access to

scenic river ranch is remote with elevations of

electricity and a shared water well.

1,220' to 1,674', majestic views, 1,900' Devil’s

71 or 83 acres

River frontage, an 8' by 35' Fleetwood Avion,

100 or 128 acres


a 764-square-foot pole barn, 171-square-foot

102 acres


trailer, barn, well, tank


barn, 8' by 10' barn, a 6' by 8' well house, water well, electricity and excellent habitat for area populations of whitetail deer, turkey, dove and quail. This is a rare opportunity to own frontage on the clear, cold, swift-flowing pristine waters of the Devil’s River. Hidden in

Devil’s River Ranch Texas Hill Country v Val Verde Co. v Del Rio

the rugged landscapes of southwest Texas, the Devil’s River sparkles like a ribbon of tropical jewels in the noonday sun as it beckons the traveler to a different world. 339 acres



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Amistad Area Wildlife Ranches Texas Hill Country Val Verde County v Del Rio


Only 26 miles north of Del Rio, this scenic wildlife ranch with paved road frontage and access just

Rocksprings Horse and Wildlife Ranch

minutes to boat ramp on Lake Amistad is the best

Texas Hill Country v Edwards County v Rocksprings

of all worlds. With a 12-foot deep wildlife pond,


Only one-half mile northeast of Rocksprings, this beautiful, gently rolling to level mesa Edwards Plateau ranch is predominantly level grass flats and live oak motts with elevations of 2,360' to 2,410'. The ranch includes a renovated 1,568' three-bedroom, two-bath home; a one-bedroom, one-bath cabin; storage building, four-bay carport and an excellent 3,888' metal barn/stables. Also included are two round pens, an arena and high fence deer pens. Water is provided by a 500' submersible pump well and a wildlife pond. There is a producing gas well and all of the seller’ s mineral rights will convey. The entire perimeter is stock fenced. Access is by 175' frontage on US 377. Area wildlife includes whitetail deer,

system, perimeter fenced, level mesas with cedar, blue sage, huisache and huisachillo, 1,560' to 1,773' elevations, scenic hills and valleys, whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail, axis and blackbuck antelope make for a superb recreational opportunity. (396 acres, 549 acres) 22 acres

Cabin, deer


36 acres



50 acres

Cabin, bld, fdr, shrd well $54,950

75 acres

Cabin, fenced, Hwy frt $149,950

Wildlife Management Ranch

94 acres

Deer, piñon pine

106 acres Shrd well, deer, piñon


Texas Hill Country Edwards County v Rocksprings

107 acres Shrd well, elec, deer


axis, turkey, dove and quail. The abundant wildlife, good soil grass flats and heavily wooded oak motts with easy access to town make this a very attractive ranch. 80 acres

sub pump well, electricity available, interior road

Home, well, stables, highway frt




108 acres Cabin, elec, shared well $139,900

Only 26 miles southwest of Rocksprings and 110 acres Cabin, elec, shared well $99,950 minutes from boat ramp on Lake Amistad with 120 acres Hm., elec., septic, water $199,950 elevations of 1,880' to 2,100', this excellent 152 acres Cabin, elec, shared well $149,950 wildlife habitat has spectacular views, pinon

211 acres Hm, elec., fenced, water $349,950

pine, live oak, shin oak and walnut trees and 217 acres Cabin, well, elec, hwy


grama, buffalo and bluestem grasses. There are area populations of whitetail deer, axis, turkey, 226 acres Hm, elec., septic, water $299,900 dove, quail and feral hogs. 955' water well with pressure tank and 550 gallon hilltop storage tank, 272 acres Elec., shared well


electric service, septic system, phone booster, storage container, 206' shop with water and electric 396 acres Elec., well, pond


549 acres Elec., well, pond


and a 2009 Prairie Schooner 5th wheel residence with large covered deck. This retreat has all the comforts of home.

Dry Devils River Ranch

131 acres Without Prairie Schooner


Texas Hill Country Sutton & Val Verde Counties v Juno

131 acres With Prairie Schooner



Only 12 miles northeast of Juno with frontage on FM 189, the ranch has convenient access with easy driving distance to Sonora and I-10. The ranch features a 1,046-square-foot, furnished, three-bedroom, two-bath modular home, well,

septic, electric, two barns, John Deere 300 with front-end loader and disc, three blinds, one feeder


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and views of the dry Devils River. The live oak, shin oak, blue sage, grama, buffalo and bluestem habitat is home to a variety of area wildlife including axis, fallow, whitetail, aoudad, barbado, turkey, dove and quail. Interesting Indian artifacts have been found in this area. 98 acres

Home, well, Devils River view



Only minutes from Kerrville, this beautiful divide country rolling oak wildlife habitat with elevations of 2,300' to 2,380' and 4,604' frontage on State Highway 41 is completely perimeter game fenced. The ranch has a 1,572-square-foot, furnished, 3-bedroom, 2-bath ranch home, swimming pool, a furnished 666-square-foot, 2-bedroom, 1-bath guest home, several barns, several wildlife pens, facilities to raise wildlife, 13,879' of perimeter game fencing, some cross game fencing, 2 water wells, blinds and feeders. The heavy oak cover with bluestem, grama and

AJK Ranch

buffalo grasses with 2 seasonal creeks, 2 ponds and an extensive system of water lines and water troughs throughout grassy meadows provide excellent habitat for populations of whitetail deer,

Texas Hill Country Real County v Mountain Home

axis, blackbuck antelope, turkey, dove and quail. This convenient hideaway is a rare find. 253 acres

Furnished home, guest home, barns, wildlife pens, blinds, feeders


Highway 41 Game Ranch Texas Hill Country Edwards County v Rocksprings

Venado Ranch


Only minutes from Kerrville, this beautiful

Texas Hill Country v Edwards County v Barksdale

divide country rolling oak wildlife habitat with Only nine miles west of Barksdale, this end-of-the-road heavily wooded wildlife habitat with elevations of 2,260' to 2,340' is completely elevations of 2,020' to 2,240' is bordered on two sides by a 60,000-acre ranch. Area wildlife perimeter game fenced. This retreat has a luxury


includes axis, aoudad, whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail, feral hogs and an occasional elk. The 2,922-square-foot, furnished 4-bedroom, 4-bath ranch includes a 1,716' two-bedroom, two-bath ranch home, 868' barn, 360' sub-pump well, ranch home, with a two-car garage overlooking

10,000-gallon concrete reservoir, 30-gallon pressure tank, water troughs, two blinds, stock pens, a large wildlife pond in Deer Creek surrounded 11,544' perimeter stock fencing and several miles of trails. by rolling grassland. The ranch includes two 345 acres

Home, barn, well, elec, septic, blinds


featuring axis, blackbuck antelope, fallow,

Trophy Deer Ranch


water wells, 5 blinds, 7 feeders, and game stock aoudad and native whitetail deer. The heavy oak cover with bluestem, grama and buffalo grasses

Texas Hill Country Kinney County v Brackettville

with two seasonal creeks, large wildlife pond and

Only 20 miles northwest of Brackettville with

grassy meadows provide excellent habitat for the

elevations of 1,278 feet to 1,440 feet, this

populations of whitetail deer, axis, blackbuck

excellent cedar, huisachillo, huisache and blue

antelope, fallow, aoudad, turkey, dove and quail.

sage wildlife habitat populated with trophy

This convenient hideaway is a rare find.

whitetail, turkey, dove and quail is conveniently

298 acres

located at the intersection of FM 3008 and FM

wildlife pond, blinds, feeders

Furnished home, garage, $1,350,000

2523 and is surrounded by 4,000 acre, 10,000 acre and 20,000 acre ranches. The center of the ranch has a large hill with beautiful views overlooking thickly wooded creek bottoms on all sides with highway frontage. The perimeter is game-fenced on 2 sides and there are two sub pump water wells. One is 300 feet deep with 105 feet of water. The other well at the headquarters is 95 feet deep. There are almost 21,000 feet of perimeter fencing with about 11,000 feet of frontage on FM 2523 with an interior road system, 5 blinds, 5 feeders and a concrete dam on a solid rock basin water hole in one of the creek bottoms. Rio Grande Electric Co-op electric lines are available on the north and east sides of the ranch with electricity installed to the lodge. 490 acres



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Blanco County Ranch

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ffering beautiful Hill Country views, this amazing 400Âą-acre ranch is a convenient 45-minute drive to downtown Austin, 15 minutes from Horseshoe Bay and down the road from Hamilton Pool. Completely cleared of cedar, the ranch features a five-bedroom, five- and one-half-

bath custom home with outdoor kitchen and heated pool—perfect for entertaining! The ranch has solar power with electric backup, but all lines are buried, so no power lines block the views. Contact Noah Wright for more information and to set up a showing. v

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The Bat Cave Ranch lies in the heart of the Davis Mountains, a Sky Island of the Chihuahuan Desert with elevations ranging from 5,100 to 6,400 feet. Merrill Creek and its tributaries provide riparian woodlands and seasonal flowing clear waters surrounded by excellent high desert grasslands. The ranch has outstanding views of the nearby high mountains including Mt. Livermore, which is owned by The Nature Conservancy as a Preserve. The adjoining ranch to the north with a common boundary of over five miles

Bat Cave Ranch

has a Conservation Easement, which prohibits

3,001 Acres

development and subdivision in perpetuity

West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis

and protects Bat Cave Ranch’s landscape views. $1,950 per acre or $5,851,950.

Turkey Bluff Ranch West Texas v Val Verde County v Del Rio

Alamito Creek Ranches West Texas v Presidio County v Marfa


Turkey Bluff Ranch sits at the convergence of three biologically distinct eco-regions in Texas: the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west and the subtropical

Tamaulipan brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the Alamito Creek Preserve is a unique situation state. This unimproved ranch enjoys over 1.6 miles of crystal-clear, spring-fed Devil’s River in conservation real estate for Texas. The total frontage, which provides some of the best recreational water and smallmouth bass fly-fishing


acreage encompasses six individual properties in the country. Elevation is between 1,200 and 1,700 feet with numerous steep carved wooded that range in size from 320 to 850 acres all limestone canyons and gentle mesa tops. 3,690 acres for $1,475/acre at $5,841,000. with highway access and frontage. When one of these tracts is purchased, the landowner also has access to the 1,061-acre Alamito Creek Preserve, a common nature preserve area for all landowners in the heart of the riverbed and the cottonwood groves. $425,000 to $750,000.

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Blanco Springs Ranch Central Texas v Uvalde County v Concan


Eight miles from Concan, these 2,038 acres on Blanco Creek offer a parklike setting with steep limestone bluffs and huge Spanish moss-laden oaks. Spring-fed, crystal-clear waters create one of the best water holes in this part of the Hill Country. A limestone headquarters would make an excellent hunting or recreational retreat. $1,695 per acre or $3,454,410.

Kennedy Ranch West Texas v Presidio County v Marfa


The Rockpile Ranch

Twenty-five minutes south of Marfa, Kennedy Ranch lies off of paved Casa Piedra Road (FM169),

55,374 Acres

just past the bridge over live water Alamito Creek. Home to many species of birds (raptors, songbirds and game birds) and the larger wildlife of the desert (desert mule deer and javelina), the

West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis


This is only the third time in its 115-year titled history that this ranch has been offered for sale. All seller-owned mineral classified and fee minerals will be included. For additional information

property offers five wells all less than 250 feet and pictures on The Rockpile Ranch, visit The ranch is offered for deep. 2,989 acres at $501 per acre or $1,500,000.

$985 per acre for a total of $54,516,795 cash.

Blue Mountain Vista West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis


This exquisite property and home consists of 73.97 acres, surrounded by a juniper-pinon woodland, with oak trees and native gramma grasses, set atop the foothills of Blue Mountain. The home has unsurpassed views of Blue Mountain to the north and the Puertacitas and Haystack Mountains to the south. The mountaintop homesite is surrounded by a splitrail fence accessed by a paved driveway and electronic gate. The custom, two-bedroom, oneand three-quarter-bath home is handcrafted by Rainbow Adobe Builders of pier-and-beam construction with stucco finish using the finest materials. Its focal point is a large living area accented by fine tongue-and-groove ceilings supported by a large peeled pine beam, a kiva fireplace and custom built-in shelving and cabinetry. $1,095,000.

Sky Island


West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis

Sky Island lies in the heart of the Davis Mountains, a mountain range surrounded by a desert sea

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with elevations ranging from 6,100 to 6,700 feet. The crown jewel of Sky Island is an acclaimed

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5,600-square-foot home built “off the grid” with a paved entrance from the famous Scenic Loop

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This incredible, historic 4,000±-acre property has been a working cattle ranch since approximately 1885. It offers a large fourbedroom home, gated entry and is fenced and cross-fenced. There are three active springs, four large pastures, cattle pens and a holding pen. Elevations range from 500 to 1,400 feet with level to rugged terrain. Deer hunting permits are included. There is a private water well, septic system, windmills, an electric water well to the home, two surface tanks and

Historic Cattle Ranch With Live Water Texas Hill Country v Llano County v Valley Spring

two spring-fed ponds. A large plateau on top would work as a jet landing strip. The property includes 50 miles of roads. George M. “Mitch” West, 210 213-5402. (FR 427)

Incredible Estate Property in Rio Grande Valley South Texas v Hidalgo County v Edinburg


Six miles north of Edinburg, this estate consists of three magnificent luxury homes occupying 30± acres of the total 847±-acre working ranch and is adjacent to an 8-acre lake. Each home has been finished to the highest standards and features outstanding architectural details, with both indoor and outdoor living areas and swimming pools. Each home is unique with a sleek, contemporary edge. The first home is 5,800 square feet with three bedrooms, three baths and two half-baths. The second home is 10,000 square feet with four bedrooms, five baths and three half-baths. The third home is 5,000 square feet with three bedrooms and two and a half baths. This elite compound is designed for the modern lifestyle, with no luxuries spared. Co-listed by George M. “Mitch” West, 210 213-5402 and Charles A Beever III, 210 860-3006. (FR 881)

Youngblood Lane Privilege Creek Ranch Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Pipe Creek


351+ acres of rolling hills highlight this very private and secluded hunting ranch between Pipe

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Creek, Bandera, Kerrville and Boerne. A spacious and comfortable 6,000+-square-foot home has breathtaking Hill Country views. Many large windows, originally built in the late 1800s, provide pastoral vistas of the heated pool and lake. High-fenced for over 20 years, the property teems with axis, fallow, whitetail, sika and red deer plus blackbuck antelope. There is a large walk-in cooler to age game or stock holiday feasts. George M. “Mitch” West, 210 213-5402. (FR 704)

290 Amazing Acres With 360-Degree Views Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Comfort


This fabulous 290-acre property is only 50 minutes from San Antonio and about an hour and a half from Austin. With both sides of Cherry Creek, two well-built dams have been constructed, creating two crystal-clear pools of water stocked with black bass. A truly bucolic setting of rolling terrain with lush trees, this ranch also features a high plateau providing 360-degree awe-inspiring views of the magnificent Texas Hill Country. Also included is a recently remodeled three-bedroom, one-bath home, bunkhouse and nice barn. George M. “Mitch” West, 210 213-5402. (FR 345)

Turkey Ridge Ranch With Live Water Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Pipe Creek


This magnificent property is only 51 miles west of San Antonio near Pipe Creek. The constantly flowing Bear Creek meanders for almost 1.75 miles through the ranch. The creek bottom is solid rock with crystal-clear water flowing over six waterfalls, the last of which is next to the main house. The main house is a two-story limestone masterpiece with wraparound porches framing multiple peaceful vistas. There are two nice guesthouses. The property is high-fenced with good roads and oak-covered pastures. George M. “Mitch” West, 210 213-5402. (FR 415)

Constantly Flowing Creek


Central Texas v Medina County v Rio Medina

These 89 acres are nestled in the gorgeous Medina Valley. The ranch is seven miles northwest of Castroville and 35± miles from San Antonio. Water Creek, a constant flowing creek, traverses the property for about quarter-mile. The Bexar Medina Atascosa canal is on the west side of the property; the ranch can be irrigated from the canal. The land is mainly flat with beautiful coastal Bermuda pastures. A two-bedroom, two-bath rock home overlooks the picturesque pastures and creek. George M. “Mitch” West, 210 213-5402. (FR 172)

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Medina Ranch 319 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Medina This beautiful ranch is ready to go. A wonderful limestone ranch house is nestled up in a spring-fed valley. The property is covered with native live oaks, cedar, pecan and native brush. The ranch offers incredible views from the higher elevations and hilltops. You will not see another house or rooftop from anywhere on the ranch. The property is high fenced all around with good whitetail and axis herds. Several blinds and feeders are in place for hunting. The custom home must be seen to fully appreciate the detail of quality workmanship and design. The limestone house has five bedrooms, four baths and a three-car garage. Enter the front door to a slate floor entryway changing to wide, dark plank wood floors in the living areas and hallways. The open kitchen and dining and living areas have a wall of windows, dark wood trusses and high ceilings overlooking a spring-fed lake. A floor-to-ceiling, river rock, woodburning fireplace has gas jets and a rustic cedar mantel. The alder wood kitchen cabinets are topped with Amazon riverbed rainforest granite. Wonderful kitchen amenities include a vent-a-hood and pot filler over the gas stovetop, large walk-in corner pantry, stainless steel appliances, wine cooler, ice maker, built-in Miele coffee maker, refrigerated beverage drawer, double ovens, warming drawer, sixplace wraparound bar and a travertine backsplash. Four luxurious bedrooms have in-window shades, huge closets and dark Berber carpets. The separate master suite also has a fireplace and patio. It has a

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large connecting bath with double closet space with built-ins, copper soaking tub and walk-through shower. The laundry room has an alder wood door into the garage, doggie-door, a rough cedar mud

bench and a locking gun closet. The living area opens to a spacious back porch and patio area that

1921 Lohmans Crossing, Suite 100 Austin, TX 78734

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overlooks the spring-fed lake. There is an additional garage/shop for all of your four-wheelers and water well. Minerals are negotiable; the seller believes that they own 100%. Asking $2,600,000.

3 Forks Ranch

48 Acres: Cutting Horse and Working Ranch Central Texas v Lampassas County v Lampasas This little ranch has it all: a single-story, 4,000-square-foot main house with pool and cabana bar, guesthouse, office, horse barn with turnouts for six, caretaker’s quarters, two lighted arenas for cutting and working horses, adjoining pens for 200+ cattle, storage barns, large-ranch neighbors, a water well and city water. Priced to sell at $695,000.

David O. Faust 512 940-3300

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Navasota River Ranch Central Texas v Limestone County v Coolidge


This beautiful recreation/cattle property not far from town is perfect for spending your weekends or building your new home! Plenty of mature oak trees are scattered throughout, with heavily wooded areas at the creek and river. Enjoy open pastures and native and improved grasses. There is plenty of frontage on two county roads. There are two stock tanks and the Navasota River runs through this property.

The Dunn Farm Texas Metroplex v Hill County v Mt.Calm


Centrally located between I-35, Highway 31 and U.S. 84, these 124 acres of fenced farmland feature private road, two houses and four stock tanks.

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Restivo Ranch Central Texas v McLennan County v Lorena


Location, location, location! About half a mile off I-35 on Old Bethany Road, Restivo Ranch’s green rolling pastures are a prime location for future residential or commercial development. Across the street, Bruceville Eddy’s water well ensures future access to needed utilities. Approximately 200+ acres are currently in cultivation; this and the remaining property could be used for cultivation, ranching, hunting or development. $706,700.

Pretzer High-Fenced Ranch Central Texas Limestone County v Coolidge


This high-fenced ranch has whitetail, red stag and elk, as well as one mile of Navasota River frontage. The property runs along the river, not exactly on the side of the boundaries. There are three ponds and woods with oak, hackberry, elm, pecan, mesquite, cedar and brush.

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These 91.76 beautiful rolling acres just north of Marquez are 80% open with scattered trees, fencing, cross-fencing, two ponds and lush rolling pastures. Sitting on the perfect hill, this fully furnished, very nice, well-built custom home has 2,975± square feet, three bedrooms, two and a half baths and many perks. Two separate guesthouses accent this wonderful home; one is a replica of the main house. A hay barn, deep water well, 725-foot concrete driveway and a 5,000-square-foot metal barn

Shepherd Hill Ranch Central Texas v Leon County v Marquez

with partial concrete floor, office and bath complete the package. Available turn-key, this property includes furniture, lawnmowers, a tractor and much more! $750,000.

Black Walnut Ranch Central Texas v Leon County v Centerville


These 592 acres of gorgeous rolling hills covered with huge mature timber look as they did before the turn of the century. The integrity and natural beauty of this land is protected by a nature conservation program in place for many years and allows for sustainable forest management and the protection of the natural wildlife habitat characteristic of the Leon County of days gone by. Wildlife potential abounds, and there are great opportunities for commercial and private hunting activities that include, but are not limited to, whitetail deer, feral hog, squirrel, varmints, waterfowl and even alligator. There are two water wells, two cabins, electricity, two artesian water wells, three spring-fed creeks, a 2-acre pond and several duck sloughs for memory-making outdoor entertainment. This is truly a great opportunity to own a beautiful ranch offering everything imaginable that would appeal to a lover of the outdoors. $1,500,000.

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Thurman Ranch Central Texas v Leon County v Centerville


These 93.53 gorgeous, rolling acres have a nice mix of woods and highly improved pasture. One of the great features is a year-round spring creek that runs through. The land is fenced, crossfenced and bordered by a large working cattle ranch. Several excellent homesites are scattered throughout the property. A traditional, extremely energy-efficient, two-bedroom, one-bath frame home with a two-car attached garage is on site with all utilities. A 784-square-foot barn with corral and loading chute is also on the property. This ranch is in a very nice area close to town and has long paved county road frontage. $459,000.

Long Property Central Texas v Leon County v Centerville


This is a rare opportunity to own a 67-acre tract with incredible commercial value. Utilities available include 3-phase electricity, telephone

and community water. This property is strategically located between two very large and successful businesses with frontage along I-45 Service Road on the front and Highway 75 along the back. The property can be divided and is competitively offered at $4,750/acre.

LLL Ranch Central Texas v Leon County v Centerville


This 283-acre outdoor paradise sits on CR 321, just west of Centerville. About 50% wooded and 50% open, the property has several ponds, a live creek, artesian spring and an awesome duck slough. The property is completely fenced (approximately half is brand-new, galvanized 8-foot game fence). This ranch has been part of a wildlife management association for years and it shows in the quality and quantity of the wildlife. Improvements include a single-wide mobile home, a fully remodeled doublewide mobile home, 700-foot well and a new 30' by 50' metal shop on a slab with an enclosed game room/guest room with full bath. This great hunting ranch will not last long. $1,000,000.

Wakefield Ranch Central Texas v Leon County v Centerville


These 85± acres are conveniently located just out of Centerville under high fence. This ranch has frontage along FM 811 with a nice entrance and an automated gate opener. The terrain consists of  gently rolling hills with a very complementary ratio of woods and pasture, including two nice ponds for watering game and livestock as well as fishing. Improvements include a custom 6,000-square-foot home with three bedrooms and four and a half baths, a deep water well and a nice barn. $695,000. More land is available that would include an additional fishing lake.

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opportunities as a game ranch, cattle ranch or horse property. The property is entirely high fenced, has numerous lakes and ponds and 150± acres of improved grass. The remainder of the 329 acres is in hardwood, cedar and mesquite that provide a diverse cover and vegetation for the wildlife that abound. The 3-acre compound at the entrance to the ranch has a barndominium with all you want in a

Stevens Hideout Ranch

living quarters. Come enjoy the tranquility just a short drive from Bryan/College Station

Central Texas v Grimes County v Bedias

or Huntsville. $1,650,000.

Farris Farm Southeast Texas Walker County v Huntsville

Iron Gate Ranch


Central Texas v Grimes County v Richards

These 82 beautiful acres off FM 1486 in Grimes County have been groomed and under-brushed for spectacular views of the rolling wooded terrain. The home features granite counters, carpet


Farris Farm offers a 2,192-square-foot home and tile floors, decor lighting, high ceilings and more. The property features a 50' by 50' garage enclosed in a 50' by 100' metal building on 147+ and workshop, detached 24' by 24' garage with loft, 24' by 24' detached carport, 50' by 12' acres north of Huntsville. Built in 2009, the home porte-cochere, 50' by 26' deck, gazebo and a 1+-acre lake/pond. Enjoy abundant wildlife and has three bedrooms, two and a half baths, living the serenity of rural living. $1,350,000. room with stone wood-burning fireplace, island kitchen with breakfast bar, granite countertops, Thermador





appliances and energy-efficient construction. The garage/shop has three roll-up doors and lots of space for equipment. The land is half pasture, half woods with two ponds and a 20-acre hay meadow. Seller will divide. $975,000.

Established 1967

Cartagena Ranch Central Texas v Leon County v Oakwood


This incredibly well maintained 78+-acre ranch in Leon County offers privacy and tranquility. In perfect move-in condition, the miraculous custom log home has 3,200 square feet of living space

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over the sparkling clear waters of the front pond. A nearby guest home offers extra square footage

14372 Liberty • P.O. Box 1370 Montgomery, TX 77356

and a private retreat for guests. The beautifully improved pastures are animal-ready with fencing

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stalls on one side and two ponds. This exceptional property is offered fully furnished and ready


and many extras. Vast porches offer ample room to relax and appreciate the breathtaking view

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and cross-fencing. Improvements include a 50' by 80' metal shop, metal equipment shed with for your next weekend getaway! $850,000.


This high-fenced game ranch offers habitat diversity, production, value and beauty. The 738 acres are ready for you to manage and hunt. The whitetail genetics are well on their way to producing numerous trophies every year. Outside the 10 acres of breeder’s pens, the ranch has been managed by Bob Zaiglin, CWB, since 2005. Currently hunted under a Level III LAMPS permit, the harvest window is quite large. Amenities include three cabins and a 6,000-square-foot headquarters

Hallmark Ridge Texas Hill Country v Kimble County v Junction

building with a processing area and a large stainless steel walk-in cooler/freezer. Set on Highway 377 near Yates Crossing, the ranch has a 300-foot-high ridge overlooking the beautiful Llano River valley that runs through the heart of the ranch. $2,177,000.

Ranch102 Central Texas v Madison County v Madisonville


Ranch102 offers 162 acres less than five miles south of Madisonville. A stone and stucco ranch house offers a two-story den with stone fireplace and hardwood floors, island kitchen and wood-paneled study. The master suite has a fireplace and French doors to a small patio. One of the three upstairs

Pine Lake Farm

Southeast Texas cabin has a bedroom, bath and sleeping loft. A 52' by 50' barn has three stalls, a workshop and storage Montgomery County v Montgomery bedrooms has an adjoining sunroom. The covered patio overlooks a stocked pond. The all-wood guest

loft. A four-bay equipment barn has a feed room. Offering working pens and 162 rolling acres at the end of a county road (regular in shape), the fenced and cross-fenced ranch has a mixture of woods and improved pastures with scattered trees, a lake and stock ponds. The property is unrestricted and ag exempt. Bring your family, animals and dreams to Madison County and Ranch102. $1,140,000.


Pine Lake Farm offers function and serene beauty in the same setting with a 4,100+-squarefoot home on 22 acres. Functionally, you cannot find a better location in highly regarded Montgomery ISD, a friendlier or bettermaintained house, nicer pastures or even a better floor plan to raise a family. Aesthetically, the farm offers every advantage, from a beautiful entrance, white-rail fences and hilltop views of a gorgeous 2-acre lake. You will not be disappointed by this farm. $995,000.

Twin Lakes

Established 1967

Southeast Texas v Walker County v New Waverly


Twin Lakes is a 62.25-acre working cattle ranch with comfortable log home, highly productive pastures (fenced and cross-fenced), efficient pipe cattle pens and two lakes. A larger fish-filled lake covers 11 acres. The home features a large stone fireplace with a cedar mantelpiece, two

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bedrooms, two baths and a one-bedroom, one-bath guest quarters across the two-car carport. A

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wide front porch offers delightful views. The property has easy access to Bush Intercontinental

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Jackson County Ranch Southeast Texas v Jackson County v Edna


This 2,451-acre bird hunter’s dream lies on this extensive farmland for sale in northern Jackson County. Approximately 70 acres are in heavy brush and large oaks with the remainder of the property in reclaimed rice fields with some native prairie. This is excellent deer, turkey, dove, quail and waterfowl property with the potential to return the land to farming/cattle ranching. Neighbors are working with the Texas Quail Initiative to improve habitat, and multiple wetland units are in area. Enjoy great ground water. $4,889,745.

Dos Rios Preserve Ranch Texas Hill Country v Edwards Co. v Barksdale


The 936-acre Dos Rios Preserve is a stunning live water property nestled in a valley between the high hills of the Texas Hill Country just west of Barksdale. This true game ranch has high fencing, deep soils, large trees and open vistas along with some high country to complete one of the finest pieces of recreational property on the market today. It includes significant frontage on Pulliam Creek and both sides of Spring Creek. $5,850,000.

Luna Farm Northeast Texas Hunt County v Rockwall


These 768 acres are a good recreational and working ranch along Sabine Creek 30 miles from Dallas and just east of Rockwall. It has five duck sloughs, eight stock ponds and five fenced pastures. It can carry about 150 cows and comes with a four-bedroom cabin and a foreman’s home. $1,192,000.

Double Creek Ranch Northeast Texas v Henderson County v Athens

Jeff Boswell, MarkMatthews, Bryan Pickens Houston, Hondo, Dallas

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This 1,504-acre ranch offers a fantastic opportunity for the sportsman and rancher. This property is one of the largest in the county, and has been growing in size for over 40 years under the same ownership. It has three bass fishing lakes (20 acres, 15 acres, 7 acres), fantastic wooded creek draws and bottomland country mixed with rolling meadows and majestic oaks. Coon Creek and Gum Creek flow through this ranch. $4,813,664.

Blanco Creek Ranch


South Texas Uvalde County v Sabinal

The 3,703-acre Blanco Creek Ranch offers the rare combination of excellent South Texas hunting terrain with exceptional live water, with miles of the Sabinal River and Blanco Creek. High fenced with tremendous whitetail genetics, excellent quail habitat and some exotics make for a remarkable hunting ranch. Significant minerals convey with the sale of the property. $10,925,000.

Camp Hamman Ranch Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Bandera


The 732-acre Camp Hamman Ranch in central Bandera County is a working YMCA camp in the beautiful Texas Hill Country near Bandera. It would make a perfect fit for a new owner to establish a religious retreat, corporate retreat, summer or educational camp. Stunning vistas allow you to see for miles in every direction, and the land is covered with large oaks and mesquites with infrastructure for large groups already in place. $3,911,500.

Lakes of Danbury Southeast Texas v Brazoria Co. v Danbury


Known for decades as the premier private bass fishing lake in the state, the 207-acre Lakes of Danbury includes a 120-acre lake, two 20acre lakes, several smaller ponds, lodge and cabin, water pumping rights from bayou and the best bass fishing available. This property would make a wonderful private getaway from Houston or great corporate retreat. Almost impossible to find a lake of this size that is entirely private today. Additional acreage with more fishing ponds is available. $1,600,000.

Dos Navidad River Ranch Central Texas v Lavaca County v Schulenburg


beautiful and private ranch with huge trees lining the East and West Navidad Rivers. The

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conjunction of the rivers lies on the ranch, making it a truly unique opportunity for discriminating

Houston, Hondo, Dallas

The 381-acre Dos Navidad River Ranch, less than 1.75 hours from downtown Houston, is a

ranch buyers. Great game, open fields matched with heavy woods and great views await the owner of this ranch. Some minerals are available. $1,657,350.

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Magic Valley Ranch is one of the most spectacular ranches in Palo Pinto County and is only 45 minutes west of Fort Worth. The

property’s 3,290 acres include over six miles of Brazos River frontage, affording sandy beaches for swimming, fishing and canoeing. The ranch is conveniently accessible with two miles of Highway 281 frontage and a paved entrance to the headquarters. This turn-key horse, cattle and hay operation features a main house, two duplexes, a manager’s house, an indoor arena, a round pen, a hay barn, an equipment shed, stables and an irrigated hay field. Water is abundant with the river, lakes and stock ponds. Sportsmen can enjoy hunting the mountain pasture or fishing. This property has unlimited development opportunities with its close proximity to the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

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Magic Valley Ranch 3,290 Acres

Texas Metroplex v Palo Pinto County v Mineral Wells

Titus County Ranch 2,600 Acres

Northeast Texas v Titus County v Pittsburg


Well watered with two large lakes and many smaller tanks, this 2,600-acre ranch offers outstanding annual rainfall of 46 inches and perennial grasses including clovers and coastal Bermuda. No minerals to convey. There are excellent fences. The ranch runs 650 head of cattle without fertilizer and offers excellent deer and buck hunting. $8,320,000. Jim Strawn, 214 553-4500.

Purley Gates Ranch 1,702 Acres

Northeast Texas v Franklin County v Mt. Pleasant


Are you stressed and need to relax? Come to this 1,702-acre recreational and operating ranch 1.5 hours northeast of Dallas, nine miles south of IH-30 between Mt. Vernon and Winnsboro and only a few miles from Lake Cypress Springs. The property has been well maintained and the majority has been in the same family for 30Âą years. The property is a combination of piney woods and pastures with rolling topography and several lakes (all well stocked with a variety of fish), including a deep 28-acre lake with three-slip boathouse. The property has a 9-hole championship golf course designed by D.A. Weibring and John Ponco. The majority is high fenced and has abundant trophy whitetail and sika deer and red stag. In addition, there is a lighted tennis/ sport court, covered horse arena, skeet range with low and high house and swimming pool/ spa. The main house is 6,500 square feet with six bedrooms and a storm shelter. There are two guesthouses, each 2,000Âą square feet with three/four bedrooms. There are three mobile homes for staff, a five-stall barn with office, tack room and wash area, a pipe-fenced turnout and a variety of equipment. $8,075,000. David Burgher 214 213-8715 or Jim Strawn 214 553-4500.

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Harbin Ranch

Central Texas v McCullough County v Brady Just a stone’s throw from downtown Brady, this prime, recreational, high-fenced ranch has a flat 15±-acre mesa to build on with an elevation of 1,820 feet and 10- to 20-mile views in all directions. An unbelievable shop with 6,400 square feet under roof (3,200 square feet enclosed) features industrialgrade lighting and a ceiling fan, full bath, hoists to raise trophy bucks, a pad in place for a lodge and a guesthouse. Six feed pens plus a turkey feeder have been placed. The ranch has mostly native pasture with 100± acres in fallow cropland, ideal to reclaim for food plots. Into the Hickory, a 1,400-foot well has a pump set at 400 feet. Water has been piped to three troughs spread throughout the ranch for ease of wildlife watering. There is an excellent road from Highway 87 to the shop and a good interior rood system. Harbin Ranch is surrounded by large ranches. $2,400,000.

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Harper Home Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Harper


Get ready to be surprised at what you find behind this gated entry and at the end of the paved driveway of this home just west of Harper and only a mile south of Highway 290. Enjoy lots of bells and whistles: travertine and wood floors, high, vaulted ceilings, 8-foot doors, a chef’s kitchen with dream appliances and lots of counters, wet bar in great room, large closets, master bath with Jacuzzi and huge shower with rain-head fixture and spacious guest rooms. The outdoor living space includes 900 square feet of covered patio, a fireplace, bar, kitchen and two flat-screen televisions to watch the games. If you entertain, you must see this! In addition to the home’s amenities, there is new perimeter fencing, a metal building for ranch equipment and another building, currently used for boat storage, for many uses. There is an attached three-car garage. If you want to fix real barbecue, you have to see the pit. You could cook for the fire department fundraiser here! $827,500.

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In a valley next to the town of Jackson is the

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magnificent 1,750±-acre cutting horse and cattle ranch known as Jackson Land & Cattle.

Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson Hole

Comprised of rolling timbered hills with aspens and evergreens, large productive hay meadows, fishing ponds, a spring creek, tremendous views of the Tetons and one of the preeminent equestrian facilities in the west the ranch is the finest offering available in arguably the nicest resort community in the country. The 52-stall equestrian center was designed by Jonathan Foote. There is a three-bedroom home, a fourbedroom guest/bunkhouse and two employee apartments. Landscaping and improvements are immaculate. $175,000,000.


This landmark Blaine County ranch consists of nearly 10,500± deeded acres in a single block and spans almost 10 miles from Croy Canyon to Highway 20. Rock Creek and several tributaries course their way through the ranch, providing important wildlife habitat and irrigation water to support extensive meadows and summer pasture. Encompassing a diverse mix of canyons, foothills, riparian areas and rolling grasslands, Rock Creek Ranch represents a

Rock Creek Ranch

once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own and operate a landscape-scale property within 10

Idaho v Blaine County v Sun Valley

Horse Mountain Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Rifle

miles of Sun Valley’s airport. $12,500,000.


End-of-the-road privacy and outstanding big game hunting are two of the outstanding features of the Horse Mountain Ranch. With 2,240± acres surrounded by federal land and 360± acres in a canyon setting, this 2,600±-acre property offers both an alpine hideaway and lower elevation site for a year-round home. Within 20 minutes of Rifle and Interstate Highway 70 and 40 minutes to Meeker. Reduced to $5,500,000.

Coal Creek Farm Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946.


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This 125±-acre farm lies 11 miles northwest of Montrose in the fertile agricultural region of the Uncompahgre River Valley. There are 85± irrigated acres, 83.9 shares of the UVWVUA, four solar-powered side-roll sprinklers and .5 mile of Coal Creek running the length of the property. Old-growth cottonwoods surround a 2,012-square-foot custom-built southwestern home and additional support buildings. Access to thousands of acres of BLM land and the Tabeguache Mountain Bike Trail Head is within .25 mile. Reduced to $875,000.


This 25,000+-deeded-acre California cattle ranch comprised of pasture, foothills and wilderness





Ishi Wilderness and Dye Creek Preserve. A 7,380±-square-foot Spanish Colonial home sits on an elevated plain with a sweeping view across the range. Other improvements include guest/staff houses and barns. Mill Creek (steelhead, salmon and trout) flows through

Mill Creek Ranch California v Tehama County v Los Molinos


Located off the “Highway of Legends” in the heart of the Cuchara Valley only four miles from La Veta, North Star Ranch encompasses 265± acres and is in one of the most desirable

the ranch for over 15 miles. Wildlife abounds. Water rights are extensive. 15 miles southeast of Red Bluff at Los Molinos. Co-listed with Chickering Co. $29,500,000.

North Star Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

locations in southern Colorado. Bisected by the Cuchara River for 1.5 miles, it offers lush irrigated meadows, massive old-growth cottonwoods and views of the Spanish Peaks. Outstanding improvements are the centerpiece of this offering. Completed in 2008, a masterfully



4,048±-square-foot home, a stone’s throw from the river, is tastefully designed and combines Old World charm with modern convenience. Additional improvements include a thoughtfully conceived 10-stall horse barn, an indoor 110- by 220-foot arena, a remodeled homestead house and a charming guest casita. Co-listed with Bob Jacobs at Sotheby’s International Realty. Reduced to $5,500,000.


Featuring nearly two miles of private tailwater fishing on the acclaimed Taylor River, Wilder is a preservation oriented 2,100±-acre shared ranch community nearly surrounded by national forest. Conveniently located between the Gunnison Regional Airport and Crested Butte, this angling paradise offers several miles of sight fishing streams, multiple ponds, spectacular views,

Wilder on the Taylor Colorado v Gunnison County v Almont

abundant wildlife, and four turn-of-the-century refurbished cabins. A limited number of exclusive homesteads are available. Starting at $1,650,000.

Pogna Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Gunnison


Pogna Ranch is only six miles from the iconic town of Crested Butte and less than 30 minutes from the Gunnison Regional Airport. The property features over one mile of frontage on the East River, 515± acres of vacant land, incredible views, irrigated meadow, water rights and access to millions of acres of adjacent national forest. $7,500,000. 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946. Volume 61 Texas Farm&Ranch


3L Cattle Ranch


Canada v Saskatchewan v Pleasantdale RM v Naicam This patiently assembled 36,000-acre offering represents one of the most balanced beef-andgrain combinations available in North America today. Encompassing 19,170 deeded acres and 16,900 acres of private-provincial-tribal leased land, the 3L Cattle Ranch currently carries 2,500 brood cows + the 2011 calf crop + yearlings born in 2010 + replacement heifers + range bulls. Spring-born steer calves typically weigh about 650 pounds in October; yearling steers shipped in August and September go out at about 850 pounds. Additionally, the Ranch puts up all required winter feed and harvests about 1,700 acres in cash crops: canola, oats and barley. The growing season climate is remarkable – 61 millimeters or 2.4 inches of rainfall per month from May through August and plenty of sunshine produce average annual crop yields of 60 bushels of wheat, 75 bushels of barley, 40 bushels of canola and 85 bushels of oats with no irrigation! Knowledgeable prospective buyers may choose to convert more land to cash crops and harvest the abundant grass pastures with yearling cattle. The 3L Ranch lies in Saskatchewan’s renown “black soil” region about 210 kilometers or 130 miles east of Saskatoon. Two fine smaller towns, Tisdale and Melfort, are within about 60 kilometers or 35 miles northeast and northwest of the headquarters. In the past five years, Canada’s economy is most enviable with Saskatchewan’s future being especially bright. Total Offering Price is $37,460,000 CAN Including All Deeded and Leased Land & Improvements at $28,960,000 + $6,500,000 in Livestock + $2,000,000 in Machinery and Equipment.

C. Patrick Bates Bates • Sanders • Swan Land Company Salt Lake City, Utah

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The Historic Horse Ranch


Montana v Fergus County v Lewistown

The Historic Horse Ranch is nestled in the rolling hills of central Montana about 35 miles northeast of Lewistown. The Ranch is comprised of approximately 25,323 total acres including 22,812 deeded acres plus 2,371 acres of state lease and a small 140-acre federal permit. Positioned on the northern side of the Judith Mountain Range, the Ranch is a rare opportunity to own one of the premier blockedup and contiguous grass ranches in the Big Sky State. The Ranch is ideally located in one of Central Montana’s most desirable and appealing areas. Lewistown and Fergus County afford all the resources required for successful ranching and personal enjoyment of a safe and quiet lifestyle away from the maddening crowds of metropolitan America. The Horse Ranch was first put together to supply remount horses for the U.S. Cavalry in forts throughout the vast Montana Territory in the 1860s and into the 1890s. The Ranch was purchased by Vernon F. Taylor in 1947 and held in the Taylor Family until 1963 when it was passed on to his son, James C. Taylor. These visionaries have spent the last 64 years creatively shaping and improving this significant holding. The expansive operation contains sufficient hay meadows and summer pasture to comfortably run 700 to 750 head of brood cows on a year ’round basis plus a full complement of replacement heifers and bulls. Even to the untrained eye, it is apparent that the grazing resource has been managed conservatively. The remarkable condition of this historic ranch is the result of over six decades of masterful stewardship. The deep timbered draws and grassy plateaus also provide prime habitat for the resident elk herd, trophy mule deer, antelope, wild turkey and upland game birds including sharp-tailed grouse, pheasant and sage grouse. The Horse Ranch symbolizes a quality opportunity to acquire a true operating ranch with enough size, scale and carrying capacity to make some business sense even in today’s tumultuous economic climate. Prospective buyers in solid financial condition with an interest in portfolio diversification and a desire to own one of Montana’s true working outfits should seriously consider The Horse Ranch. It is rare to find a large contiguous land holding with such strong operating resources and sense of history. The Ranch is offered at $15,000,000 by one of Montana’s most respected ranching families.

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River Canyon Central Texas v McCulloch County v Brady


River Canyon is a solid, 332-acre offering on the Colorado River just north of Brady, with a deep canyon loaded with hardwoods and wildlife. This fine parcel includes five stock tanks, 10-acre lake, several clean fields and a good mix of mesquite brush, shrubs and scattered live oaks. The area is known for quality deer, turkey, dove and quail hunting, while the river and stock tanks provide ample fishing opportunities. The ranch is served by a rural water line and electricity and possesses several nice homesites with views of the ranch, river and surrounding areas. $980,000. David E. Culver, listing Broker.

2,445-Acre Ranch West Texas v Culberson County v Van Horn


This mountain ranch, only 12 miles from Van Horn and I-10, has elevations ranging from 4,273 to 4,672 feet above seal level. This beautiful place lies at the end of a deeded easement, two miles off a gravel county road. It is fenced, cross-fenced, has power, a barn and steel working corrals. Potable water from a good water well is piped across the ranch. From a building site on top of a hill with fantastic views, one can see at least four mountain ranges. There are mule deer, antelope, elk and small game. Reduced to $595 per acre. Frank Childress, listing broker.

Menard County Special 514 Acres

Central Texas v Menard County v Menard


Ideal for a family or corporate hunting property with a nice lodge and two wells, this 514-acre property is located in the heart of good live oak hills and valleys with excellent hunting. There are very few properties available like this one. $1,950 per acre. Jerry DeBord, Listing Broker.

Hunting Paradise West Texas v Val Verde County v Del Rio


This excellent hunting ranch has exceptional aoudad where one of the biggest aoudads in Texas was taken. Other wildlife includes elk, mountain lion, bobcat, whitetail deer and dove. Gravity feeders and blinds also convey. The property includes three tracts, all sold together with a total of 300+ acres of the most beautiful country in southwest Texas. This is a great place to hunt or enjoy the outdoors. The spectacular views reach for miles. Water and electricity are available. $1,000 per acre. Charlie Doege, listing Broker. 80

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Rockin’ F Ranch

390± Acres

Central Texas v Fayette County v Round Top

Enjoy a rare opportunity to own a fabulous 390±-acre ranch approximately five miles from the town square of Round Top. The ranch includes an architecturally stunning, sevenbedroom family compound, a 15±-acre lake stocked with trophy bass, multiple stocked ponds, a horse barn and a separate guest/ manager's house. The owner will consider subdividing and seller financing. $3,999,999.

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This ranch offers excellent rolling native turf grass with coastal Bermuda pastures and cultivation fields; scattered mesquite, hackberry, post oak, elm and pecan trees; 40+ stock ponds; the Little Wichita River; excellent populations of whitetail deer, quail,

6,278-Acre Cattle & Hunting Ranch Northwest Texas v Clay County v Henrietta

dove and duck; and some minerals. There is a custom stone home and three other dwellings, outstanding cattle pens and numerous shops and barns. $2,250 per acre.


Between Weatherford and Granbury on FM Highway 51, this ranch has rolling, native terrain with oak, elm, live oak and cedar; beautiful building sites with views; a rock-bottom creek; ponds and lots of wildlife. There is outstanding highway frontage on FM 51 and Silverado Drive, tremendous development potential, coastal Bermuda pasture and wheat land. It lies across the street from high-end homes and development. Minerals with production are

530 Acres in Silverado on the Brazos

negotiable. $5,569,798.50.

Texas Metroplex v Parker County v Weatherford/Granbury


Approximately 180 miles west of Fort Worth, 102 miles north of Abilene and 8.5 miles west of Benjamin on Highway 82, this ranch has gently rolling to heavily rolling native cedar and mesquite country with hills and canyons with awesome scenery. There are six-plus miles of the South Wichita River, large draws, many ponds, big whitetail deer,

8,500-Acre Knox County Ranch Texas High Plains v Knox County v Benjamin


many hogs, quail, dove, geese, cultivation, coop water, paved frontage and some minerals. $575 per acre.

This estate features rolling terrain with scattered oaks and Bermuda grass, timbered areas with deer and turkey, as well as a beautiful 5,644-square-foot,



one-half-bath Austin stone home with a twocar garage, red concrete tile roof and high-end dĂŠcor and amenities. There is a very nice shop with offices and storage, as well as water wells, ponds and nice views. Reduced to $2,950,000.

Coalson Real Estate Mac A. Coalson, Senior Broker office: 940-682-4993, cell: 817-925-3333

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388-Acre Country Estate Texas Metroplex v Parker County v Weatherford


Seldom does the market see a prominent and beautiful tract of 300Âą acres so conveniently located close to town and on a paved farm to market road. This remarkable ranch has high hills with commanding views and open pastures dotted with mature trees artfully surrounded by woods. The property also possesses the added interest of seven ponds and two lakes stocked for fishing and encouraging wildlife to inhabit the ranch. A 4,000-square-foot metal building with an

Buenaventura Ranch

upscale interior offers instant use while you decide which home site would be best for the

Central Texas v Austin County v Bellville

main house. $3,375,000.

Kissing Oaks Circle Sentinel Hill


Central Texas v Austin County v Cat Spring

Large live oaks, a sentinel cedar and spacious lawn and gardens surround this stately home on 53 acres. The view of distant hills and dramatic sunsets is complemented by a scenic pond and woods with trails. A winding road from a gated entry gently climbs through improved pastures framed by board fencing until it reaches the hilltop home, pool with gazebos, four-stall horse barn and fruit orchard. $1,295,000.

Central Texas v Austin County v New Ulm


This amazingly detailed, 4,433-square-foot, two-story home lies on a sheltered 4-acre tract offering trees, woods, creek and pasture right in the heart of the charming small town of New Ulm. Enjoy deep porches, large rooms filled with sunlight, pine floors, high ceilings, a fabulous kitchen, shady trees, a circular drive and a hillside lawn coupled with gracious small-town neighbors. This is a true one-of-a-kind opportunity. Price reduced to $627,000.

Quiet Meadow Cabin Central Texas v Colorado County v Columbus


This peaceful tract of land features an exceptional diversity with rolling hills, open pastures and wooded areas throughout the 175 acres. Enjoy the simple life while staying in the camp house in

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the tree-dotted pasture overlooking a large, scenic pond. While currently offering a quiet retreat,

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Bar Triangle E Ranch Southeast Texas v Walker Co. v Huntsville


This amazing Texas ranch will exceed all your expectations! The property consists of 114.8 acres with a custom 6,300-square-foot home built in 2009. The home features four bedrooms, five and a half baths, a game room, media room and exercise room with superior-quality craftsmanship throughout. The back views from the home overlook the improved pastureland and are enhanced by a fabulous vanishing-edge pool with diving and sports areas. Many other features include a 150- by 330-foot lighted arena, outdoor kitchen with fireplace and large sweeping porches. A newly completed horse barn offers four custom stalls, each with turnouts, and a 1,000-square-foot apartment within. The land is gently rolling pastures with large trees, small creeks and a nice lake. Beautiful pipe fencing with rock corners is along the road frontage. A stunning gated rock entrance makes the perfect impression. Concrete drive leads to the home. This is truly a showplace! $2,500,000.


This is a beautiful, well-maintained and functional 205-acre ranch. It offers a two-story traditionalstyle home. This 2,621-square-foot brick home offers many custom features, including hardwood and tile floors, custom cabinets and moldings, zoned air/heat, fireplace, formal dining, office and a bonus room over the extra-large garage. The home has a large master bedroom and bath downstairs and two bedrooms and Hollywood-style bath upstairs. The land is well fenced and cross-fenced with six ponds, two fully enclosed 40- by 60-foot steel barns and pipe cattle working pens. This property is convenient, yet offers a secluded location accessed by all-weather county roads. This is a ready-to-go livestock operation. Gently rolling pastureland has gradual grassy slopes. Trees are scattered throughout the pastures and several areas of woods exist for wildlife habitat. $1,199,000.

Oak Hill Ranch Southeast Texas Grimes County v Shiro

Hostetter Hills Southeast Texas Walker County v New Waverly


A beautiful three-bedroom, two-bath custom home features a rock and brick exterior, 9and 10-foot ceilings, tile and carpet floors, stainless steel appliances, dual vanities in each bath and much, much more. The 2,000+-square-foot home sits in the middle

of 43.8 acres on the highest portion of the property, offering privacy and seclusion. Included in the many features are a guesthouse, 40- by 60-foot, four-stall horse barn with feed and tack rooms, implement shed, workshop and 1-acre pond with pier. Gently sloping hills rise

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from the road frontage to a high point in middle of property. Enjoy this mix of wooded and open land. This property is in an ideal location, close to all the amenities of Montgomery and

2715 11th Street • Huntsville, TX 77340

Walker County, yet off the beaten path. Lake Conroe and the Sam Houston National Forest

936 295-5989 • 888 286-3575

are only minutes away. It is in the acclaimed New Waverly School District, and New Waverly


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offers grocery, hardware, Post Office, auto repair, feed stores, churches, restaurants, a bank and veterinary services. $575,000.

High Cotton Ranch Central Texas v Fayette County v La Grange


From the moment you drive to the 174 acre property you are greeted by rolling land, custom fencing and two stone entrances. Located in one of the most sought after areas in Fayette County‌ Guenther Road! The views are some of the best in the area and will take your breath away. There is a restored farmhouse with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and a bunkroom. The Lodge offers approximately 5900 sq. ft. with 2100 sq. ft. of porches.3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 kitchens, bunk room, media room and roll-up doors for enjoying the incredible porches, pool and views. Includes a 4000 sq. ft. barn and RV hookups. $2,900,000 This gentleman’s ranch is also available at 1.7 million with 75 ac. and improvements. Nadine Hufnall, Agent, 979.224.5956.

Small Piece of Paradise Central Texas v Colorado County v Columbus


Have you ever wanted to slip away to a very secluded paradise? This is the perfect spot for you. It is just outside Columbus on 27.722 acres. The large oak and pecan trees are home to wildlife. Fenced on all sides, the native and improved pastures can be home to cattle or horses. Live in the barndominium, equipped with a kitchen, bedroom, bath and twocar garage, while you build your dream home. The seller is offering a Kubota M4700 40 HP tractor, Bad Boy zero-turn lawnmower and a Club Car with the purchase of this property. $365,000. Candy Schubert, Agent, 979 203-3161. Volume 61 Texas Farm&Ranch



Only an hour from Dallas/ Fort Worth on quiet

DFW Hill Country Ranch

FM 1434 between Cleburne and Glen Rose, this ranch features 2,500 feet of Brazos River frontage

2,904± Acres

Texas Metroplex v Johnson County v Cleburne

and a mile of Camp Creek with crystal-clear water and falls. The ranch offers elevation changes, limestone ridges, live oaks, scenic views, large neighbors and excellent hunting. The wildlife habitat is impressive with trophy deer, turkey, dove, and ducks. This is a good cattle ranch with Klein and coastal Bermuda meadows and native grasses. Underground water, 12 stock tanks and two other seasonal creeks further enhance the water situation. Ask me about the Chisholm Trail Parkway, which will make this a quick, 45-minute drive from Fort Worth. Ranch can be divided into 895, 918 and 1,093± acres. $3,800 per acre (11,038,886).


This premier hunting and fishing property is adjacent to the Caddo National Grasslands and a couple miles from future 16,526-acre Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir. It is north of Honey Grove (near Bonham) and 90 miles from Dallas. Lake Quail Haven is the centerpiece of the property

Red River Farm & Duck Club 665± Acres

Texas Metroplex v Fannin County v Honey Grove

and is intensively managed for Largemouth Bass. There are brood ponds for growing baitfish, 3.5acre pond and shallow wetlands for prime duck hunting. The land is 70% wooded/ 30% open with wildlife food plots scattered throughout. A 5,000-square-foot lodge is surrounded by large trees and perfect for entertaining. There is also a manager’s home, shop, storage shed, water well and rural water. Whitetails are managed through TPWD’s Managed Lands Program and there are hogs and Rio Grande turkey. $2,695 per acre ($1,792,727).

Little Cedar Creek Ranch 724± Acres

Northwest Texas v Stephens County v Breckenridge


Little Cedar Creek Ranch is an excellent hunting property located 9 miles east of Breckenridge and only 1.5 hours from Fort Worth. There is a 4±-acre scenic bass lake that stays full year round, a deep

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1-2 acre pond, BRA waterline crossing the ranch with water taps & troughs, 38± acres cultivation, live oaks, Little Cedar Creek and prime wildlife habitat for deer and turkey. A quality metal building has five bedrooms, equipment storage, CHA and is tucked away in a secluded location. Brush sculpting near the entrance makes for a nice drive-up appeal. $2,295 per acre ($1,662,268).

Black Buck Ranch 648 Acres

Central Texas v Northwest Bexar County


Black Buck Ranch, in northwest San Antonio, provides access to city amenities with Hill Country living. Multiple building sites lie on some of the highest points in Bexar County, with views of downtown San Antonio and the surrounding Texas Hill Country. The property is well positioned for future residential development. Contact Asher Reilly for details and pricing.

Brazos River Ranch


Texas Metroplex v Palo Pinto County v Mineral Wells

The Brazos River Ranch has been owned and operated by the same family for over half a century. Approximately 1,257 acres of the original 1,646acre ranch are available. With 2.4± miles of accessible Brazos River frontage, the interior of the ranch is a combination of heavy cover and rolling terrain with scenic panoramic views of the river from a high point on the ranch known locally as Barber Mountain. The remainder of the ranch consists of sandy loam cropland and native and improved pastures. Improvements include a foreman’s residence, several implement barns and working pens and traps. The fenced and cross-fenced ranch has plenty of water for livestock. Price reduced to $7,320 per acre.

Deer Mountain Ranch Texas Metroplex v Palo Pinto County v Graford

Austin T. Reilly 500 Main Street • Suite 600 Fort Worth, Texas 76102

214 550-1550 Asher Reilly


This highly improved, 548-acre sportsman’s retreat, nestled in the heart of the North Texas Hill Country, features over a mile of Highway 337 frontage and 263 high-fenced acres. This well-located ranch lies an hour outside of Dallas/Fort Worth and just minutes from Possum Kingdom Lake. $4,250 per acre.

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Scenic View Manor Central Texas v Washington County v Brenham

Winchester Ranches Central Texas v Fayette Co. v LaGrange


Near the tiny historic town of Winchester, just north of LaGrange, this 107.42-acre parcel offers Highway 153 and Raymond Road frontage. This great recreational property with a nice mix of open and heavily wooded areas features lots


of mature live oaks, very rolling terrain, high Enjoy fabulous views from this fantastic 2009 custom-built, 3,772-square-foot hillside home hilltop building site set back towards the rear minutes from Brenham. This 60-acre tract and beyond encompasses beautiful sunrises and sunsets of the property, three ponds and a metal barn. across the rolling countryside. Enjoy leisurely cattle ranching, hay production or just relaxing and $580,068. Another 148 acres of grazing land fishing in the ponds. This fantastic home offers many wonderful amenities and upgrades! The and/or recreational property scattered with property also features a two-story barn (36' by 48') with a half-bath, workshop area, concrete mature live oaks and other hard woods, as well flooring and four roll-up doors. $998,000 (or 30 acres with improvements for $795,000). as wooded areas, are available just a stone’s throw away and offered for $699,642.

Brazos Hill Farm


Central Texas Washington County v Chappell Hill

Conveniently situated just minutes from downtown Chappell Hill and Washington on the Brazos, this perfectly rectangular property affords at least two hilltop building sites. Meander up the terraced pastures and enjoy the splendor of the pond framed with stands of trees along the way to your future homesite. From the hilltop, enjoy the distant views of the rolling countryside. Hardtop road frontage on FM 1155, perimeter fencing and electricity are included. $573,744.

Sycamore Grove Central Texas v Austin County v Wallis


Looking for country living close to the city? This is it! This gorgeous 57-acre estate is conveniently located only 35 minutes from Katy (just 10 minutes south of I-10) in southern Austin County. This unique and secluded property has something for everyone: changing topography, large and scattered 100-year-old trees, dense woods, tree-lined meadows, open pastures, interior roads and approximately one-third mile of Brazos River (beach) frontage. The main home is a quaint 1929 three-bedroom, two-bath Texas farmhouse (2,600± square feet), which has been modestly restored and features some wood floors, a carport and brick fireplace. Other improvements include a 100’ by 60’ covered pavilion on concrete slab, perfect for weddings or large gatherings. The attached guesthouse (a.k.a. The Doghouse) is a true man cave, finished out with barn wood for a more masculine, rustic look and an outdoor balcony. Downstairs, you will enjoy an outside Petticoat

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Junction-style shower; and a workshop for tinkering. The property also features an outdoor fire

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large water wells, fenced and cross-fenced and is perfectly suitable for cattle or horses. Do not

pit for roasting marshmallows on those clear Texas nights, some outbuildings for storage, two • delay! This is a must-see property! $775,000.


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San Saba River Ranch 1,165± Acres

Spread Oaks Ranch

Central Texas v San Saba County v San Saba

1,087± Acres


This ranch offers 2.5 miles of San Saba River

Southeast Texas v Matagorda County v Bay City

frontage. Several deep pools along the river are


Over2 miles of Colorado River frontage less than 90 miles from downtown Houston and 30 miles historical watering sites. There are over 2,500 to Matagorda Bay put this working ranch in a league of its own. The location, improved pastures beautiful pecan trees, access on Highway 190 and high annual rainfall make this ranch a great investment. In addition, there is a 300-acre game

and an all-weather county road, high fencing in

preserve, three homes, a pool built in 2010, three deep water wells, stables, chutes, working pens, place since 2005, rolling topography with creek equipment barn, walk-in cooler, hay barn, deer blinds and much more. All equipment and a

bottoms, high ridges and fertile bottomland

premier cattle herd are negotiable. This is truly a turn-key operation! $3,900,000.

and lots of cover. Will divide. $5,995 per acre.

Winchester Colorado River Ranch

1,941± Acres


Central Texas v Fayette County v Winchester

Featuring 5 miles of the Colorado River, these productive and recreational acres are 20 minutes from LaGrange, about an hour from Austin and 1.5 hours from San Antonio and Houston, accessed off FM 153. This is a nice ranch with excellent access to the river. The creek parallels the west boundary and flows into the river. There are four stock tanks, abundant wildlife (whitetail deer, turkey, dove and some quail) and huge trees along the productive ranch. Parts are leased for farming corn, milo, hay production and raising cattle. There is a 2,100-square-foot ranch home. $9,900,000.


Just 1.5 hours from Houston off U.S. 59, approximately half a mile northwest of Edna off of CR 822 and 15 minutes from Jackson County airport, this ranch has 2 miles of Lavaca River frontage, excellent deer, turkey and waterfowl hunting, two irrigation wells (2,400 gpm), improved pastures, support for 1,000+ animal units and many other improvements. Will divide. $2,750 per acre.

John Ed Stepan, Principal

Maestri Ranch

4,964± Acres

Southeast Texas v Jackson County v Edna

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Graham Farm


Northeast Texas v Van Zandt County v Canton

This Prairie Foursquare-style 3,500-square-foot home and monitor barn, completed in 2008, are located on 93 of the most beautiful acres in eastern Texas. The house has everything you would expect in a new luxury home, including rich quarter-sawn oak, solid brass hardware, double-hung low-E wooden windows, oak floors up and down, a masonry fireplace, huge gourmet kitchen with 48" commercial range, three and a half baths, a steam room, large home office, structured wiring, emergency auxiliary electrical generator, geothermal HVAC and much more. The land includes both wooded areas and five separately fenced pastures with four ponds and significant topography. $989,500.

Stephen Graham 1122 VZCR 1109 Grand Saline, TX 75140

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Wyatt Ranch – Chapman Ranch


South Texas v Nueces County v Corpus Christi

What many believe is the most unique and beautiful ranch in the South Texas / Corpus Christi area; originally part of the historic Chapman Ranch (which was once part of the famous King Ranch), this 237.7-acre ranch is beautifully unique, with a 26-acre lake, a 12-acre pond, two smaller ponds and almost a mile (4,462 feet) bordering Petronilla Creek. The creek forms the entire west boundary and most of the southern boundary of the ranch. South of the creek is the King Ranch. The large lake is over 20 feet deep in areas and is uniquely shaped with beautiful peninsulas and inlets. The lake is large enough for water skiing, floats, small boats and jet skis, and is great for kayaking and other water activities. The lake contains bass, other fish and turtles, and a large variety of other wildlife. The ranch has a large, grass-manicured and irrigated area that borders the lake with a large beautiful pool near the lake. There are seven fenced pastures, a large fenced garden area and fenced pens for peacocks, chickens, or similar small animals. There are two steel Barnmaster barns, one with 8 horse stalls, tack room, feed room and a built-in sprayer system. The other barn is ideal for equipment/working-storage barn with two tool rooms and a bathroom. The entire ranch is high-fenced and home to a wide variety of exotic animals (zebras, elands, llamas, deer, antelope, oryx, addox and buffalo). The ranch is located 20 minutes south of Corpus Christi, Texas in Nueces County (20 minutes from Corpus Christi International Airport). It is 30 minutes to South Padre Island and the Gulf of Mexico (beaches, fishing, etc.). It is 2.5 hours to San Antonio. This unique and beautiful ranch is priced to sell at $2,330,000. For additional details, contact Brenda Younts Coonrod, CPM, CCIM.

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Enjoy your own private retreat just 20 minutes

Rancho La Paloma

from downtown Fort Worth and 45 minutes

Texas Metroplex v Parker County v Fort Worth

from DFW International Airport. Cross over your own charming, covered bridge to Rancho La Paloma, 64 acres along Aledo’s Mary’s Creek. An oak-lined drive and lush coastal pasture lead to a wonderful Sante Fe-style getaway. Vigas, latillas, Taos antler chandeliers, 300-year-old doors and Mexican tile set this 2,000-square-foot retreat apart. This property is an ideal location for a high-end equine facility and has tons of future development possibilities. Find peace, quiet and comfort. This is a very special property available at a very special price. $1,250,000.


Williams Trew Real Estate Services and Allen Crumley are proud to present 3820 Brushy Road. Just outside of Granbury and 40 minutes from Fort Worth, this handsome four-bedroom, three- and one-half-bath custom home sits on 20 beautiful acres. Built in 2001, this home is flanked by mature oaks and a lush coastal Bermuda pasture. Antique heart pine floors, hand-distressed cabinetry and custom interior and exterior doors throughout the home help create a perfect environment to call home. The gourmet kitchen opens into the main living room with vaulted ceilings and a distinguished

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full masonry and rock wood-burning fireplace.

Texas Metroplex v Hood County v Granbury

An elegant formal dining room offers a great place to entertain and the second large living room upstairs is the perfect place to keep the whole family happy. Cool off during the summer in the enticing saltwater pool with an attached spa or head out back with the horses through the pastures or lighted arena for an evening ride. The barn and sheds are nestled among a large grove of oaks and provide shade in the summer and shelter in the winter. The property is well priced at $680,000 and is ready for your family.

50 Serene Acres in Decatur Texas Metroplex v Wise County v Decatur


This handsome, four-bedroom, five- and one-half-bath, ranch-style home was designed by Arthur

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Weinman, and every detail has been addressed. This home boasts a “smart home” system, 100year roof, open living room with vaulted ceilings and large wood rafters, a gourmet kitchen and a generous master suite. All bedrooms have a private bath with heated floor and walk-in closet, including the guest suite. The laundry room doubles as a tornado shelter. The second casual living room is just off the kitchen. The exterior amenities include a heated pool and spa, patio with fire pit and a stock tank with a windmill. $1,299,000.

BiTerra Horse Ranch Central Texas v Colorado County v Weimar


Prepare to be wowed when you see this 77±acre, first-class horse ranch. Set among beautiful live oak and mesquite trees with a creek and two ponds, this is a true Texas ranch! There is a beautiful, custom, four-bedroom, three- and

one-half-bath stone home and an eight-stall main barn with 10 additional stalls in adjacent barns. There is a covered, lighted arena, a custom stone entry gate with security, two guest homes and one ranch hand home. Equipment to operate the ranch is included in sale. $3,296,000.







these 39± exceptional acres of manicured property are an easy commute to Houston. Majestic, ancient live oak trees surround the impressive four-bedroom, four- and one-halfbath stucco and stone custom home. Near the main residence is a spacious guest home with barn/storage areas. Two stocked lakes allow for recreational opportunity and wildlife! We

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invite you to make an appointment to see this truly one-of-a-kind offering. $1,875,000.

Central Texas v Austin County v Cat Spring

Triple S Ranch Central Texas v Colorado County v Weimar


The Triple S Ranch is located south of I-10 near Weimar. The 89±-acre ranch’s home base is the stunning three-bedroom, two- and one-half-bath brick home. Double front doors open into a majestic foyer and sunken living room with a travertine fireplace and wet bar convenient to the formal dining room and island kitchen. An impressive stairway leads up to the family room loft.

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C & E Texas Ranch Central Texas Coryell County v Valley Mills


The Texas mystique comes alive on this 518.24-acre ranch. The C & E Texas Ranch is centrally located in Coryell County between Gatesville and Crawford. The ranch provides a unique feel combining rugged canyons, natural pastures dotted with mature live oaks, native grass and wildflowers. The four-bedroom, four-full and two-half-bath ranch house, surrounded by landscaped grounds, is a modern Texas Hill Country design with Austin stone and metal roof and covered porch extending around most of the home, This permits one to get a feel for the natural beauty of the property while relaxing in a casual elegance. The living area with tall ceilings, massive fireplace and library, is excellent for entertaining groups or intimate gatherings. Other features include a gourmet kitchen, pool and viewing room in the tower, which provides breathtaking views of the ranch. The serene rolling countryside of the ranch completely engulfs a

hidden canyon, which has withstood the test of time. The canyon provides a wet-weather natural spring, cool pools of water, mature foliage, natural caverns and abundant wildlife. This setting has been preserved to give a glimpse of Texas history, including Native American lifestyle and remnants of historic wagon trails. A pond and lake complete the ranch and blend perfectly to make C & E Texas Ranch a Texas charm. Diverse as the great state of Texas and rich with natural beauty, this special property provides a tranquil place for reflection and is simply awe-inspiring. $2,950,000.


Located south of Athens in a quaint rural area known for its beauty, Warrior Lake Ranch is a diverse combination of rolling hills, water, woods and pasture. An oasis for wildlife, the ranch is resplendent with native birds and game. The 30±-acre spring-fed lake is stocked with Florida bass and bluegill and has been under management since 2009. An additional 15± acres have been flooded for waterfowl habitat, and multiple food plots have been established for game. The 372.191acre property is 70%± wooded, but is easily traversed by trails throughout the property that give access to many delightful but remote corners of the ranch where you can imagine walking the same paths used by the Caddo and Kickapoo Indians who were native to the area. Pastures are a combination of improved costal Bermuda and native grass. Multiple camp, cabin or home sites are there for the choosing and electric and community water meters are in place. For the sportsman,

Warrior Lake Ranch Northeast Texas Anderson County v Bradford

horseman, lover of nature or those in search of a respite from city life, Warrior Lake Ranch offers the opportunity of a lifetime. $2,200,000.

Crescent Lake Ranch Northeast Texas v Navarro County v Dawson


A Texas treasure, this ranch offers 136± rolling acres with an expansive six-bedroom, four- and one-half-bath ranch home overlooking 6- to 8-acre Crescent Lake. Majestic, native pecan trees surround the lake and dot the property, which is mostly open with improved pastures, but has a wonderful native wildlife habitat. Richland Creek gently winds through the property. The updated ranch house is great for entertaining with two spacious living areas, fabulous kitchen and dining area and upstairs balcony overlooking the lake and ranch. Other improvements include two barns and storage building. This beautiful setting combines features of a working ranch, yet preserves the natural beauty of deep woods, wildlife, running creek and a lake. $670,000.

Lomas Perdidas Ranch

4,046 Acres - All or Part

West Texas v Tom Green County v San Angelo


Rocky Creek Pasture features 1,126.88 acres of heavily rolling terrain, two windmills, fenced on three sides, views, mixed mesquite and cedar, stands and feeders and tons of deer, turkey, dove and quail for $1,395 per acre. Turkey Pasture offers 1,026.43 acres of heavily rolling terrain with a

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bath hunter’s cabin; all utilities, mesquite and

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feeders for $1,495 per acre. Dog Creek Lodge Pasture has 1,893.54 acres of heavily rolling terrain

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windmill, two solar wells, a four-bedroom, one-

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cedar, heavy hardwoods along the creek; tons of deer, quail, dove and turkey, and stands and with two windmills, a solar well, electric well, a seven-bedroom, two-bath lodge with three large porches, all utilities, mixed mesquite and cedar, hardwoods along Dog Creek, tons of dove, quail, deer and turkey and stands and feeders for $1,500 per acre.

Simms Creek Ranch


Central Texas v Lampasas County v Lometa

Create your own fresh tracks on this 257.18-acre ranch near Lometa with over .75 mile or both sides of Simms Creek. Enjoy clear, spring-fed water, rock bottom and beautiful swimming holes with over 100 acres of tillable fields. There are long-range views from the hilltops, hunting, fishing, hiking and swimming. The ranch is bordered by significantly larger ranches and has paved county road frontage on two sides. Community water is available. It lies less than two hours from Austin. $1,221,605.

Creekside Ranch Central Texas v Lampasas County v Lampasas


The outside world seems to disappear on this 205.88-acre ranch with its sunflower and coastal fields and the confluence of Schoolhouse Creek and Barclay Creek. Both creeks bisect the property. Enjoy excellent dove, turkey and deer hunting. Indian campsites along the creek banks provide a mystical touch to this inspiring landscape. The ranch is approximately 20 miles from Lampasas. There is long country road frontage. $926,460.

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Indian Hot Springs Ranch West Texas v Hudspeth County v Ojo Caliente


Indian Hot Springs Ranch is located in a small valley formed by the Rio Grande River’s cut through the Quitman Mountains. It is on the United States side of the river, just across from the small village Sierra Blanca, and is almost completely surrounded by mountains. For serene, restful beauty nestled in an invigorating, smog-free valley of the Rio Grande, remote from the hustle and bustle of big-city pollution, Indian Hot Springs Ranch is the place. At the hotel spa, you will find picturesque landscapes, intriguing historical sites and naturally heated waters whose therapeutic values were well known to Indian tribes of long ago. Indian warriors came here to recover and rest from battle and forays across both sides of the border. The Mountains of Old Mexico rise behind the Indian Hot Springs Ranch Hotela, a big masonry hotel built in the 1920s and restored, modernized and appropriately furnished. It provides a comfortable home base for those taking advantage of the many opportunities and new experiences of this enchanted place. In addition to the 12 private rooms in the main hotel, the ranch affords two adjacent duplex apartments and a private cantina (saloon) for the enjoyment of invited guests. The main hotel is within a stone’s throw of the Rio Grande. A swinging bridge connects Indian Hot Springs Ranch to the small, quaint Mexico village of Ojo Caliente. When the first explorers came to this Rio Grande Valley, in which Indian Hot Springs Ranch nestles in quiet splendor at over 3,000 feel in elevation, they found where prehistoric people hand-dug stone troughs around the springs to access the therapeutic waters. Later, the Indians made use of the natural stone bathtubs for bathing in the waters, which they considered to be enchanted liquids capable of healing miracles. These natural bathtubs have been improved with plumbing, as well as construction of the bath and well houses. Since the improvements to the springs, many celebrities from the entertainment world, sports figures, countless professional

athletes and other well-known dignitaries have enjoyed the benefits of the Indian Hot Springs Ranch Spa. The property includes 10 sections that adjoin the river. Each section is approximately half a mile wide and two miles deep, giving it roughly five miles of river frontage. Because of the bends in the river, this amounts to a good deal more lineal feet of frontage. Also included are five sections of land leased from the State of Texas and are located to the rear of the deeded sections approximately two miles from the river. $5,800,000.

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Come enjoy this 3,746+-acre, fully equipped working ranch ready for you and your cattle and horses. Set in Northeast Texas and surrounded by privacy, serenity, lots of green grass and blue sky, the ranch features sandy loam and good bottom soil. Two live creeks, known as Kickapoo Creek and White Oak Creek, meander through the ranch. Several lakes, all stocked with Florida bass, crappie and catfish, are scattered throughout. Abundant wildlife includes whitetail deer and turkey. This ranch is truly ready to live, work and play. The old English Tutor-style home has lots of character. Improvements include mostly new perimeter fencing, miles and miles of new cross-

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fencing, Florida-style steel working pens and an allsteel shop. The entire property is complemented

Northeast Texas v Red River County v Annora

by large native oaks and pecan trees.

Private, Turn-Key 1,960+-Acre Working Ranch Northeast Texas v Red River & Bowie Counties v De Kalb


Plentiful green grass, blue sky and large native oaks make for glorious views. This 1,960-acre working ranch features 1,687 contiguous acres in the main part and 273 fenced and cross-fenced acres with working pens about five to the miles east. Two homes, a barn/shop and tack room combination and separate guest quarters are just part of the improvement. The second home houses a ranch employee, but could be used as a guest home. The ranch will support 400± cow/ calf units. The ranch has new perimeter and cross fencing. The grasses mostly include Bahia and Bermuda, native rye, clovers and others scattered throughout the pastures. Each pasture has an

adequate water supply livestock: several stock tanks and three small stocked lakes. Abundant wildlife includes whitetail, turkey, dove, duck and feral hogs. A hunter’s cabin lies approximately in the middle of the ranch, which can be used for your own pleasure or leased to hunters.


Known as Muddy Creek Ranch, this 164+-acre fully equipped working ranch in southeast Oklahoma offers privacy, serenity, lots of green grass, sandy loam soil, tons of blue sky and a clear water live creek (known as Muddy Creek) traversing the middle. This ranch is truly ready to live, work and play. The custom-built and designed home was constructed of all-white Oklahoma natural stone, as well as a large fireplace that complements the living area. The home has four bedrooms, two baths, laundry and

Picturesque Ranch Has it All! Oklahoma v McCurtain Co. v Idabel

mud room, with open living style. There is 4,000± square feet under roof with 2,200± heated/cooled square feet. This ranch-style home has 1,000± square feet of front porches and even more on the back porches for outdoor living and viewing the surrounding rolling terrain. Black granite countertops are found in the kitchen, baths and bar area. The master bath has a walk-in shower and Jacuzzi tub. The

walls throughout feature naturally light northern blue pine. The entire property has new perimeter fencing and cross fencing, seven ponds with a pond in each pasture. Other improvements include a 40' by 100' all-steel, insulated horse barn with electric, water, tack/feed room with eight horse stalls; 50' by 40' insulated, all-steel shop with a 10' by 20' lean-to addition; 30' by 150' hay barn; steel working pens; a 150' by 300' riding arena with run back pens; a round pen; and dog kennels. Featuring Red River bottom sandy loam soil, the entire property features large native oaks and black walnut trees. Surrounded by hundreds of acres of pine and hardwood forest, the property has abundant wildlife, including whitetail deer, feral hog, duck and dove. This ranch lies in the famous Red River bottom and is surrounded by a national wildlife refuge and the famous Red Slough.

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Richland Chambers Reservoir Central Texas v Freestone County v Streetman


This 3.3-acre wooded lakefront estate lies in the upscale “Wilderness” development. Beautifully

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landscaped, this custom Austin stone home features four bedrooms, five baths and a study, perfect for family living and entertaining! The gourmet kitchen includes a gas cooktop, convection oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, island and granite countertops. There is an open family room with stone fireplace, a large game room/balcony upstairs, gunite pool and spa overlooking lake and boathouse, an RV barn and two RV hookups. This is an extremely appealing setting! $1,395,000

Gorgeous Majestic Home on 20 Acres Texas Metroplex v Johnson County v Burleson


Experience incredible outdoor living plus luxurious indoor living at the beautiful four-bedroom,

Kay Martin 1600 Hwy. 287 N. #100 Mansfield, TX 76063

817 994-5700


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five-full and two-half-bath, four-car-garage property at 9001 County Road 528 in Burleson. This amazing home sits on 20 acres with large, mature trees and a beautiful 2- to 3-acre pond with dock. Brick pillars with an iron automatic gate and a phone connection guard the tree-lined driveway and bridge leading to the home. The six-stall horse stable with tack room and exercise horse round, the fully-equipped workshop and the storage building make this the perfect spot for luxurious country living. This breathtaking property is listed for $1,490,000.


This picturesque turn-key equestrian property on 96 acres has an immaculate custom home and manicured grounds. Enjoy mountain views, rolling acres, fenced pastures, a dog kennel, guesthouse, nine-stall barn connected to an indoor arena, two run-in/equipment buildings, a paddock, pond, workshop and creek. This is a must see! Contact Scott Buzzelli, 540 454-1399 (cell), 540 687-6321 (office); $2,400,000.

Millrace Virginia v Fauquier County v Marshall

Dresden Farm Estate Virginia v Loudoun County v Middleburg


Historic Dresden Farm Estate (circa 1785) is a 127-acre prime equestrian estate in the heart of Hunt Country. The immaculately maintained six-bedroom manor serves as a centerpiece in the most picturesque of settings with lavish landscaping and grounds (including mature hardwoods, extensive rose gardens and three greenhouses), sweeping mountain views, a stone patio, pool, two barns (a 12-stall Belmont/center aisle barn and a small dairy barn), a large outdoor riding ring, plenty of paddocks with new board fencing, a drive-through two-tall barn/equipment shed, a 5-acre spring-fed lake, surrounded by extensive gardens, a smaller pond and five additional dwellings. The main house has six bedrooms (including two master suites), six baths, three fireplaces, an elegant living room, a traditional dining room, charming library, light-filled family room, an original hardwood floor in the gourmet kitchen, a breakfast room and a butler’s pantry (with a separate full serving kitchen). Contact Peter Pejacsevich, 540 687-6321 (office), 540 270-3835 (cell) $6,900,000.

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Webb Co. – 4,655 acres - native short-fenced ranch -borders famous 90,000-acre Callaghan Ranch stock tanks – 2 10-foot water wells - surface only BIG DEER. May divide. $1,750/acre Zavala Co. – 3,840 acres - Cattle & Wildlife Ranch - 3 irrig. pivots- 4 irrig. Wells - 6 pivot pts. -borders large ranch – cross-fenced for cattle rotation - great hunting for deer, quail & dove -surface only. $2,450/ac Kerr Co. - 104± acres – 3,000± L.FT. of beautiful Johnson Creek frontage - deeded access - open field -hills- 2 old homesteads – electric - water wells – WILL DIVIDE! $1,700,000 Kerr Co. - Whiskey Canyon Ranch – 40-acre estate - big beautiful home - swimming pool­ & creek w/ beautiful live water. Uvalde Co. - 14.99 acres - 600± L.FT. of flowing Frio River - live spring - improvements for 50+ people -great family, church or company retreat. $600,000 Coastal Homes - Nice coastal & waterfront homes in Rockport, Aransas Pass and Port Aransas. Near Bandera, Medina & Kerrville – 126 acres - Documented fact: Native American tribes of Comanche and Lipan Apache lived in and hunted the hills of this ranch! Beautiful little high-fenced ranch with a like-new, native rock lodge. All the work has been done. Kick back and enjoy the Coloradolike views. “Pass the Tequila Leroy!”

Fannin Co, 665 Ac. – Red River Farm & Duck Club, Lake Quail Haven, woods, food plots, lodge, deer, ducks, premier bass fishing. $2695/ acre. Johnson Co, 2,905 Ac. – Best investment on the market! Scenic Hill Country, 1 hour DFW, Brazos River. $3,800/acre Stephens Co, 724 Ac. – 4 acre bass lake, hunting lodge, creek, excellent wildlife habitat. Little Cedar Creek, BRA waterline. $2,295/ acre Tillman Co, OK, 637 Ac. – world-class duck hunting, four H2O wells, flooded timber, nice lodge, quail, deer, dove. $1,885/ acre Hamilton Co, 392 Ac. – live oaks surrounding 1880 ranch home, 2 stall barn, clear bass pond, deer & turkey, Honey Creek, 3 water wells. $3,195 per acre. Comanche Co, 390 Ac. – Edna Hill Ranch, live oak country with two other ecotypes, unique, excellent fences, cattle and hunting exceptional. $2,795/acre Throckmorton Co, 320 Ac. - large neighbors, trophy whitetails, rural water, 3 tanks. Reduced $1,795/ ac Jack Co, 260 Ac. – Joplin Ranch, 3 tanks, Little Bean Creek, Hwy 199, 2/3 wooded. $2,850/ acre Jack Co, 217 Ac. – High fenced, elevation, big deer, cabins, 5 tanks, good buy. Reduced to $720K. Montague Co, 220 Ac. – Eagle Point Ranch, near Saint Jo, big views, open hills, brushy draws. $2,970/ ac

KW Farm & Ranch Group David Faust • 512 940-3300 Rick Doak• 361 243-1040 43 acres, Spicewood, TX. 1,000' frontage on Hwy 71 unrestricted commercial site. flat topo, 6 miles away from the proposed Scott and White Hospital. 6” and 4'' water meter on site. $1,295,000 348.2 acres, Karnes County. Combination cattle and hunting ranch. Two tanks, two wells, elec. Excellent hunting.  $2595.00 per acre 231 acres, Gonzales County. Excellent cattle ranch. One lake, two tanks, pipe pens, well, elec. Good fence. Good dove hunting. $2900.00 per acre 373 acres, Gonzales/Fayette County line. Beautiful rolling terrain with great hardwoods, highest point over 500', views for miles. Mobile home, well, elec. Calhoun County, 200 to 2,500 acres, bay front, live creek, big trees, great brush and pasture. 120 miles from Houston. Priced from $1,950 to $2,350 /acre Jackson County, 2,040 acres, 2.5 miles of live Chicolete Creek, High fenced with deer pens, 200 acres of waterfowl lakes, covered in big oaks. 100 miles from Houston. $3,500 p/acre Lavaca County, 1,581 acres, big oaks, miles of Hardy’s Sandy Creek, big lakes, irrigation well, 1,300 GPM. 100 miles from Houston. $2,850 p/acre 10.28 acres, Spicewood, TX, ag exempt, all mineral rights, fenced, great place for cattle and/or small ranch. $184,995. Cheryl Fowlkes, 512 749-8509.


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903 675-3503 903 675-3536 fax SPECIAL PLACE IN THE COUNTRY – Quaint 2BR/1B 2-story cabin on appx 70.58 steep, rolling picturesque acres w/majestic native iron ore rock outcroppings, mature hardwoods & scenic vistas. Extensively updated home w/spacious living area, kitchen, lrg porch & earth stove. An ideal retreat that is very accessible! $345,000 HILLTOP HEAVEN – Big miles view of rolling lands of East TX. Custom brick home w/20 ac in Eustace. Step into inviting open floor plan from light airy formals to 17-foot high brick wbfp w/heatilator, wood & travertine floors, granite counters in kitchen. Master BR suite w/sep oversized shower & jetted tub. Very private w/winding drive thru the trees, over the bridge & pond, up to the apex of the hill to the beautiful home. $384,000 PICKENS SPUR AREA – 51 ac w/5 ac lake, nice farm house, garage apartment, 3 barns & improved pastures. Super nice place! $479,000 CLASSIC EAST TEXAS HOMESTEAD w/lake on 97.175± ac. w/2 residences   w/pool, deck & patio overlooking 18± ac. spring-fed lake, mixture of lush pastures & hardwoods w/abundant wildlife. $1,200,000. Owner will divide & sell in smaller parcels. COUNTRY RESORT– 26.8 ac w/2 lakes, 5BR/4B house w/4333 sf, pool, gameroom & outdoor kitchen. Lots of extras! $899,000

ATHENS – 5BR/3FB & 2HB home w/ formal liv/din areas, den w/wbfp, brick floors, game room, spacious deck, hot tub & 2 master bdrms surrounded by park-like setting. 13.517 ac w/pond, landscaped grounds & workshop. $495,000 N OF MURCHISON - Beautiful 70-ac. farm w/2 ac fishing lake, 5/3.5 Texas style home, horse barn, fenced & crossed fenced. Great place to raise a family, livestock or start a bed & breakfast. $749,000 44 AC RANCH w/4BR/2.5B main house, 2BR/1.5B guest house, big shop/barn, cattle working pens, pond & live creek in beautiful private area. $589,000 124 ACRES w/lakes, ponds, 2,504 sf main house, 1,300 sf guest house, mostly woods & plenty of wildlife. Great compound located in Kerens! $895,000 MANSION ON THE HILL w/10 mile view. Beautiful 111+ acres w/80% pasture & 20% stand of big mature trees, 4 ponds, slightly rolling terrain, incredible home originally blt in 1865, Greek Revival moved from Bremond to Wortham & completely rebuilt in 2004, new wiring, plumbing, foundation, roof & windows, 4 gas fireplaces in home, 24x40 workshop w/full bath, separate septic and a huge patio area w/wbfp and gunite play pool and 3.5 acre lake. Superior offering at $899,000! NEAR ATHENS – 4BR/2.5B custom home w/liv area w/20-foot ceiling & stone wbfp, master suite w/ fp, kitchen w/granite countertops, setup bar & gas range, upstairs game room & balcony w/view of lake, pool, cov’d patio w/wbfp. wet bar & propane stove, workshop, oversized garage, landscaped grounds – all on 1.046 acres in Safari Waters Ranch, gated community w/fabulous fishing, deer, elks & zebra. A most unique & unforgettable living experience! Reduced to $529,000.

FOX MEADOWS – 54.807 acres w/4-acre catch & release lake, incredible main house w/ 2,982 sf, 3BR/2.5B & 3-car gar. 2BR/1B cottage w/fp, 2 sets of duplex guest quarters w/1BR/1B, full kit & liv rm w/fp in each side (total 4 units), walking trails in mostly woods. Currently a B&B since 2004, could be family compound, corporate retreat. Wildlife exemption in place. Reduced to $815,000!

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903 667-3727

44 Acres: 8903 Widdon Rd., Chappell Hill. Approx. 25% wooded with pecan and elm trees, 1 pond, small historic home, old wooden barn and smokehouse, serviceable metal barn. Main home has hardiplank exterior, metal roof, 4BR/2BA, central heat/air, almost finished. $349,500 115 Acres: Clens Road, Bellville. Gently rolling, wooded property just west of Bellville off Hwy. 159 W. Frontage on paved Clens Road, nice hilltop with views, tree-lined creek, mature oaks, lush coastal, superb building sites. No improvements. $12,500/ac 269 Acres: 18440 FM 1094, New Ulm. Triple L Ranch has been thoughtfully developed with privacy in mind. Crystal-clear running creeks, 5 ponds, two homes, Barnmaster horse barn with quarters, 5-bay equipment barn, working pens, pole barns, water wells. Wooded and open areas. $2,684,863.62

#15266 - RESIDENTIAL/ RANCHETTE - 2BR/2BA satterwhite log home loc. on 10+ acs., rur. water, elec. h/a, wraparound porches, 2 car gar. All wooded, flat terrain, convenient location! $169,500. Call Tina Kruse. #15262 - WLR/ HUNTING - 427+ Acs. of flat terrain land w/ new fencing, all wooded, duck slough, lrg. native & Stewart pecan trees scattered throughout, 12+ ac. lake. $2,350 per acre. Great hunting property! Call Tina Kruse. #30000 - BUILDING SITE! - 11+ acs. great for building your dream home. Rural water, elec. on site, gravel rd to site, lots of Oak trees. Very nice! $47,000. Call Les Montgomery. #15265 – RANCH-STYLE BRICK/ 104+ ACS. 3BR/2BA, FP, front porch, built in appliances, metal roof, lrg. laundry rm, 2 wells. 80+ Acs. open, new barb wire fencing, storage, all metal insulated shop, storm cellar.   CLOSE TO TOWN! $295,000. Call Tina Kruse.  #25206 - BUILDING/ HUNTING - 42+ acs. great for a homesite or recreation. Off of paved rd., elec., 2 water wells & septic in place. 90% wooded. REDUCED! $79,500. Call Choice Smith.  #15251 - 55+ ACS. IN HUBBARD! - 55+ Acs. of nice rolling terrain, great location, lots of grasses, perimeter & X fencing, rur. water, Great ranchland! REDUCED! $123,750. Call Tina Kruse.  #25191 - SECLUDED HUNTING - 58+ Acs. of recreational property. Surrounded by lrg. acreage, several nice places for hunting cabins or home, heavily wooded w/ creek running through. $92,000. Call Choice Smith.  #15267 - RESIDENTIAL ON 9+ ACS. - 3BR/2BA mobile home on 9+ acs., front porch, storm windows, old well, rur. water, new windows, blinds & shower heads. Land has flat to slightly rolling terrain. $62,500. Call Tina Kruse.  #25239 - 48+ ACRES OF HUNTING PROPERTY! - Approx. 48+ acs. of land not far from the Sulpher River. 2 BR furnished cabin w/ 4 a/c units, 2 tv’s, gas heater, new refrigerator, bed & double recliner. Other equipment  included. $139,500. Call Choice Smith for more information.

Markham Realty, Inc.

888 286-3575 954 Ac–Walker Co., Timber Production $2,895/ac 468 Ac–N. Walker County, Homesites, $3,215/ac 244 Ac–Polk County, Ranching Property $3,000/ac 220 Ac–NW Huntsville, Cust. Home $1,890,000 205 Ac–Weekend/Recreational, Cabin, $1,995/ac 126 Ac–N. Walker Co, 2 Creeks, Homesite $289,500 100 Ac–NE Huntsville, 10 Ac. Lake, Home $895,000 82.349 Ac–Grimes Co., Brick Home, $399,500 64.87 Ac–Home, 4 Ac. Lake, Creek, $619,500 57.5 Ac–Adjoins Nat’l Forest, 2 Homes, $663,000 42.41 Ac–Home, Wooded, Great Getway. $289,500 35.35 Ac–Homesite, Creek, Wooded. $5,650/ac. 30 Ac–Walker Co, Home, Horse Barn, Pool. $549,500 18.5 Ac–Horse Property, Custom Home. $795,000 17.9 Ac–NW Huntsville, Home, Barn. $675,000 12.8 Ac–4BR Home, Adjoins Nat’l Forest. $289,900

Jim Henderson & Associates, Inc.

512 847-3960 Outstanding View overlooking the Blanco River in Wimberley. Ag exempt. River frontage. 2.6 acres. $199,000 265 Acres. Live water, .75 miles both sides of dammed up Miller Creek. 85% cleared of cedar. 14 miles from Dripping Springs. $4,637,500 27 Acres. 433 feet of Blanco River frontage, infinity views, contemporary home, massive bluff, Wimberley. $2,240,000 36.14 Acres. 14 miles from Dripping Springs, views, mature trees, great building sites, wildlife, $8,000/acre Unmatched Setting. 26 acres, Wimberley, 4/3 plus office/study, hilltop overlooking Wimberley Valley. $1,150,000 Wimberley Ranch Home, 14 acres, large woodburning fireplace, pool, deck, detached 1/1 guest home, 1 barn, shop, walk-in cooler. $600,000


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#15239 - NICE BUILDING SITES! - 42+ acs. w/2 sides road frontage, beautiful pine & hardwoods scattered throughout, nice pond. Great place to build your dream home! $2,750 per acre Call Tina Kruse #25228 - HUNTING/ RECREATIONAL - Secluded 6+ acs. w/ old farmhouse, elec., water, septic. Has pond and creek that runs through property. Close to the red river. $29,500. Call Choice Smith.  #15236 – RANCHLAND - 140+ acs., all open, scattered trees, rur. water, 30+ ac. hay meadow, 3 pastures. $2,000 per acre. Call Tina Kruse. #15246 - STRICTLY HUNTING! - 42+ Acs. joins Weyhauser & fed. wildlife refuge, excellent deer & hog hunting, flat terrain, all wooded, hunt on your land & fed. land. $53,750. Call Tina Kruse. #15258 – RECREATIONAL - 240+ acs., great for hunting. Slightly rolling to flat terrain, old fencing, sulphur river frontage, agricultural use. $540,000. Call Tina Kruse. #25182 - RESIDENTIAL IN TOWN - 3BR/2BA brick home on double lot. 2 liv. areas, porch, patio. Shop w/ slab included. REDUCED - FOR SALE OR LEASE! $82,900. Call Choice Smith.   #25237 - COUNTRY HOME/ 20+ ACS. - 3BR/2BA home on approx. 20+ acs., metal roof, built in appliances, 2-car carport, back patio/porch, swimming pool, deck, volleyball court. Property includes a 44x40 metal shop w/ new liv. quarters. $169,500. Call Choice Smith.   #15252 - RESIDENTIAL/ RANCHETTE! - 3BR/2BA brick/ wood home w/ FP, central h/a, front porch, ofc., loc. on approx. 35+ acs. Rur. water, well, fencing, fruit/ nut trees. All steel shop included w/ property. REDUCED! 173,500. Call Tina Kruse.  #15230 - RESIDENTIAL ON 3+ ACS. - 3BR/2BA frame home on approx. 3+ acs., open land w/ fencing. Fruit trees, lrg. native pecans, flat terrain. New elec. h/a, front porch, well. Very secluded. REDUCED! Owner motivated! $69,000. Call Tina Kruse.  #25234 - BUILDING SITE/ 8+ ACRES! - Bring your horses! Prop. backs up to Barkman Creek, beautiful site for private lake. In Hooks, TX convenient access to I-30. $59,950. Call Choice Smith.  #25237 - COUNTRY HOME/ 20+ ACS. - 3BR/2BA home on approx. 20+ acs., metal roof, built in appliances, 2-car carport, back patio/ porch, swimming pool, deck, volleyball court. Property includes a 44x40 metal shop w/ new liv. quarters. $169,500. Call Choice Smith.

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Hoffman International Properties 6835 Westlake Ave. Dallas, Texas 75214

214 698-1736 Vanessa Andrews Farm & Ranch Director Hoffman International Properties 3930 Glade Rd. #108-400, Colleyville, Texas 76034

817 399-1119 • 817 901-4030 cell Exclusive Listings Available Now in Texas: Johnson County – South of Fort Worth 300-500 ACRES – High-security estate ranch with abundant water, mineral rights, barns, lake/lake house and beautiful private home retreat. Nonpublished, exclusive opportunity for qualified buyers in the $15 million price range. Call Vanessa for more info. Athens, Texas – Henderson County Cox Valley View Ranch $5,900,000 – Furnished – 192+- acres A landmark Texas ranch - Formerly owned by Ed Cox, Sr. and built as a hunting lodge. Remodeled by one of the country’s foremost developers as his personal retreat. Incredible two story great room w/ Quarter Race Horse wall murals, 26’ bar room, 64’ grand hall, wine cellar, master sitting room, office, cabana, pool bath, exercise room, bar. servant’s quarters, 2 private lakes, fenced game preserve, barn with indoor arena, frontage on a 363-acre private lake and offered completely furnished! See more on agent’s website.

W-Wood Burning Fireplaces, His & Hers Bathrooms & Walk-In Closets, A Dramatic 2-Story Entry-Great Room W-Granite Curved Bar & Overlooks The Huge Lake, Pasture Views & Pool W-Spa & W/100ft Lap Lanes! 4-Wood Burning Fireplaces, 2 Hand/ Guest Houses W-3 Beds Each! Take Virtual Tour On Agent’s Website. GORMAN, TX – (Between Fort Worth & Abilene) Eastland Co. – Oak Crest Ranch - $10,000,000 Furnished – 400± Acres (See Cover Ranch Story) Amazing new to the market ranch for sale, offered fully furnished, Spanish-style ranch house, office on 400+- fenced sandy soil acres (formerly a peanut farm). Working cattle ranch, horse ranch and weekend family, or corporate retreat. 3 master suites in main house, incredible 2-story great room w-open library loft upstairs. Incredible quality construction with 18 inch thick concrete walls, wireless internet, recordable security cameras online, extensive concrete driveways, manager’s home, stable, spring fed stocked lakes, RV/heavy equipment building. See more detail and a virtual tour on the agent’s website. KARNES CITY - Central/South TX – Karnes Co. The Ultimate Southern Showplace Ranch $7,900,000 – 239± Acres Owner financing available! Stunning southern plantation style home with 4 stories. Replica of Windsor Castle in Port Gibson, Mississippi. 239 Acre Showplace cattle ranch and or spectacular retreat! Exquisite 4 story, 34 room antebellum mansion, 16,500+- sq ft., with 30,000+-sq ft under roof. Cherry inlaid floors, marble fireplace in every room, gourmet Kitchen, entry Foyer w/60” high ceiling w/a gorgeous mural painted by Juan Kreisler of Spain , double flying staircase, crystal chandelier

and elevator to all floors of the magnificent mansion. 4 car garage, swimming pool and hot tub., poolside cabana compound with exotic bird aviary, full wet bar w/commercial refrigerators,& ice makers, professional cooking facilities, seating area for 2,500, bathroom wing w/multiple baths for men & women, dry sauna and 2 steam baths. remote pool controls. lighted regulation clay tennis court. fountains with exotic lightning. 10±-acre lake, manager's residence, auction barn w/auditorium seating for 325 people and ranch offices, pens, paddocks, 7-stall horse barn w/ feed & tack room and 7 Kennels! Less than 90 minutes to San Antonio or to the coastal beaches of Texas! See agent’s website for more information. MINEOLA - East TX – Wood County Spanish/Italian Villa Estate - $2,900,000 Reduced Furnished – 50± Acres Own a part of Texas history, part of the original 5,000 acre Judge ranch, with an Italian villa built by Italian artisans brought to Texas to build the grandest 10,314± sf, 5BR mansion in East Texas. Elegant chandeliers, extensive restoration has been done, beautiful wood work and flooring, caterers kitchen and antiques. Lovely pool and new Pool House. Lakeside house w/large private deep blue lake with fountain & swans. Managers House, Bunkhouse, 2 barns. Very secluded, long drive through the stunning, lush flowering gardens and towering mature shade trees, to this idyllic hilltop setting. Offered with extensive furnishings. Extra land available. See agent’s website for more details. “Hoffman International Properties – Selling the finest Ranches in Texas and beyond since 1972!” We have many more ranch listings available on the websites above. We also have several exclusive ranch opportunities that are not published. Let us know how we may help you.

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BROWNWOOD, Texas – Brown County Sorrel Canyon Ranch - $4,250,000 – 372+ Acres The Bayou River borders 1 mile of this rare north central Texas Hill Country ranch. Spectacular 4208+sf, 2007 Texas Mediterranean 3BR/4.5BA home with pool & spa, office, drive-thru Texas-sized garages, set high on the bluff overlooking the fabulous pristine horse facilities and 1.5 miles of white hot fenced grass pastures below! Vistas, valleys, highest-quality natural stones, tiles, woods, etc, used. PLUS “Rosa’s Cantina” - the Ultimate Western Party Pavilion and more awesome rustic-style living space w/apartment, office & his & hers baths. Virtual tour on agent’s website! CORSICANA, TX – (South of DFW Metroplex) Navarro County – The Hilltop Ranch $3,900,000 – 1,200± Acres Awesome 1,200-Acre cattle & Horse Ranch 60 Minutes From Dfw Int’l, & Just 4.5 Miles West Of The Navarro County Exposition Center For Rodeos, Events, Etc. 1,000+- Acres Cattle Fenced Coastal Bermuda Pastures All W-Water Ponds-Tanks-Fish, 150+-Acre Private Stocked Lake W-Dam, 11-Stall Horse Show Barn W-Covered Lighted Riding Arena, Main Home Features 2-Master Suites Down Volume 61 Texas Farm&Ranch


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214 550-1550

254 848-5263 office

Young Co./Stephens Co. - 1,858± ac. Eliasville, TX. 3 miles of Clear Fork Brazos River. $3,750/acre. Dallas County: 98 ac. Lancaster, TX. Rec./invest. property close to development. $5,895/ac Tarrant County: 525 ac. Fort Worth, TX. Near the future Walsh Ranch master-planned community. Ellis County: 2,819 ac. Waxahachie, TX. Rec./ invest./farming close to IH-35. Call for pricing. Tarrant County: 860 ac. Fort Worth, TX. On Boat Club Rd. near water & golf on Eagle Mountain Lake. Tarrant County: 705 ac. Fort Worth, TX. On Boat Club Rd. Adjacent to residential development. Parker County: 800+/- ac. Aledo, TX. Future master-planned community. Call for pricing/details. Denton County: 350± ac. Aubrey, TX. Great invest./ dev. opp. along the booming US 380 corridor. Kaufman County: 1,357 ac. Crandall, TX. Investment opp. in path of development. $8,300/ac. Rockwall County: 310 ac. Royse City, TX.

1,992 Ac.: Limestone County, Tehuacana Ranch Super productive ranch with improved grasses, hay ground, timber and brush cover. $4,880,400 611 Ac: McLennan County, Moody Cattle Ranch Great cattle ranch w/some lower farm ground. Plenty of stock tanks for livestock. $1,527,500 487 Ac.: Hill County, White Rock Creek Ranch Great Views! $1,071,752 310 Ac: Limestone County, Moss Ranch Newer perimeter fence; hand-dug water well and 25% wooded. $494,450 295 Ac: Falls County, Burnes Ranch Affordable ranching property with frontage on three county roads. $499,900 177 Ac: Comanche County, A Hunter’s Paradise One of the finest hunting properties on the market with Hunting Lodge. $574,896 170 Ac: Lampasas County, Rancho Paraiso Luxurious home on the top of your own personal mountain. High fenced with exotics. $1,500,000 147 Ac: Limestone Co, Indian Camp Creek Ranchette. Good recreation and cattle or horse property. $259,000 90 Ac: Falls County, Room with a View Incredible view from living, dining and bedroom of creek valley. Austin Stone home sits high on hill. Half way between Scott & White and Waco Hospital. $575,000

Republic Ranches

888 726-2481 Milam Co. 4,248 Ac. outside Hanover. Little River Frontage, irrigated working farmland $19,116,000 Uvalde Co. 3,703 Ac. south of Sabinal. Miles of Sabinal River & Blanco Creek. $10,925,000 Edwards Co. 936 Ac. west of Barksdale. On the Pulliam Cr. & Spring Creek. Beautiful. $5,850,000 Henderson Co. 1,504 Ac. outside Athens. Three bass Lakes, two creeks, great views & hunting. $5,850,000 Jackson Co. 2,451 Ac. north of Edna. Outstanding waterfowl, quail, cattle/rice at great price. $4,889,745 Milam Co. 870 Ac. near Rockdale. Coastal Bermuda Fields with wooded creeks. $3,265,000 Waller Co. 858 Ac. W. of Magnolia. Huge undeveloped rolling hills in horse country. $9,438,000 Bandera Co. 732 Ac. west of Bandera. YMCA camp With lots of housing & beautiful views. $3,911,500 Henderson Co. 720 Ac. near Larue. Rolling hills with Great pastures and wooded creeks. $2,088,000 Lavaca Co. 381 Ac. S of Schulenburg. West Navidad & East Navidad Rivers meet at this ranch. $1,657,350 Brazoria Co. 207 Ac. Danbury area. Lakes of Danbury A famous bass fishing club. $1,600,000 Milam Co. 418 Ac. Rockdale area. Well kept rolling Pastures with creek bottoms. $1,570,000 Henderson Co. 152 Ac. Brownsboro area. Wooded Acreage with 30 acre lake. $765,000 Cameron Co. 21 Ac. near South Padre. Old style Hacienda on grapefruit farm. $3,000,000 Brazoria Co. 72 Ac. near Danbury. 40 acre trophy bass lake and duck hunting. $399,000 Fayette Co. 115 Ac. near Flatonia. Pretty little hunting place with easy access. $385,250 Brazoria Co. 143 Ac. near Liverpool. Duck hunters dream close to Houston. $385,047 Brazoria Co. 365 Ac. outside Lake Jackson. Gentleman’s ranch w/great barn and water. $985,500 Several Unlisted Large South Texas Ranches with Minerals.


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Black Buck Ranch page 87

63 Ac: McLennan Co., Robinson Cattle Pasture Open cattle/hay pasture in perfect condition. Great fences, new pipe pens and new gated entrance. $263,130 50 Ac: Falls County, Old World Hacienda 4,800 sq. ft. stone home with swimming pool. Live creek w/fountain, horse barn w/stall & horse pens. 2-story guest home. $985,000

5 Star Country Properties Shelly Moschak, Broker • 979-830-5040 BLUEBELL RANCH: Washington Cty., Rolling, stands of trees, views ~ 39.43 ac. $345,013 PARTNERS VOICE: Harris County, 3,643 sf, 4B/3.5Ba, exec. home, extensive upgrades. $337,500 HATFIELD MEADOW: Brazoria Cty., Pearland, 9.8 ac., w/420 feet of road frontage. $349,000 PINE OAK PRESIDIO: Waller County, 4+ acres 4B/2Ba, barns, sandy soil, mature trees. $309,000 FM 1948: Washington Cty., 31+acres, 50/50 wooded, sandy soil, pastures. $330,225 COUNTRY CHALET: Washington Cty., 11.8 ac., 4/2 hm., sandy soil, pastures, woods, barns. $332,700 WALNUT CREEK RANCH: Montgomery Cty. 26 ac; 4/4 hm, barns; loafing sheds; lake, pond. $595,000 BLUFF VIEW: Fayette County, 99+ wooded ac., meadows, 2 water wells, 2 ponds, will ÷. $694,375 TWO RIVERS RANCH: Fayette County, 341ac, secluded, 1+ mile Colorado River frtg., mature pecan trees, pastures, hunting, Winchester, TX. $2,353,065 FM 109: Washington County, 10.40 ac., gently rolling, unrestricted. Elect avail. $110,250

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