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2...............McCulloch.........64 16.............Waller.................77 32.............Austin.................77 48.............Lampasas...........80







283..........Leon....................60 272..........Kerr.....................38












518...........Coryell................63 351...........Bandera..............56



592..........Leon....................60 397..........Gillespie.............21


3,001.......Jeff Davis............52

602..........McCulloch.........64 400..........Blanco.................50


3,690.......Val Verde............53




4,046.......Tom Green.........54


2,600.......Titus.................... 41

6,600.......Val Verde............36


8,163.......Jeff Davis............53


611...........McLennan.........63 527..........Blanco.................37 648..........Bexar...................79 580..........Kerr.....................44 656..........Medina...............59 624..........Bandera..............33 705..........Medina...............26 650..........Kendall...............38 771..........Bexar...................56 732..........Bandera..............59 871..........Uvalde................35 738..........Kimble................67 1,029.......Uvalde................69 879..........Kerr.....................42 1,385.......Uvalde................47 909..........Gillespie.............36 1,505.......McCulloch.........43 936..........Edwards.............58 1,664.......Falls.....................49 1,055.......Kimble................27 2,309.......Uvalde................27 1,062.......Blanco.................44 2,912.......Kinney................46 1,063.......Kendall...............42 3,524.......Bosque................28 1,100.......Bandera..............21 3,730.......Bosque................27 1,138.......Kerr.....................27 4,000.......Grimes................30 1,396.......Kendall...............24 6,996.......Kinney................46 2,031.......Kerr.....................29 9,908.......Kinney................46 2,409.......Kerr.....................26

Hill Country 20.............Gillespie.............22 22.............Gillespie.............64 59.............Kerr.....................29 67.............Kendall...............38 84.............Kerr.....................29

177...........Comanche.........62 724..........Stephens............76 2,863.......Nolan..................34 3,194.......Comanche.........72

South. 847..........Hidalgo...............56 1,488.......Frio......................34 1,782.......Duval..................47 2,175.......Zavala.................46

74.............Jeff Davis............52

11,700.....Terrell.................24 34,880....Presidio..............52 55,374.....Jeff Davis............53 121,000..Val Verde............21

Outside The Region Canada. 36,000....Naicam...............70





31.............Montgomery.....67 62.............Walker................67

38,094....Las Animas........82



63.............Harris..................78 25,323....Fergus.................71 147...........Walker................66




2,951.......Jackson...............58 1,513.......Marshall............. 41


3,600.......Blanco.................22 3,703.......Blanco.................59 4,033.......Kerr.....................45 4,033.......Real.....................45

Metroplex 126..........Grayson..............40 263..........Palo Pinto...........79

61.............Washington.......74 110...........Bandera..............35


76.............Washington.......74 113...........Gillespie.............26 78.............Leon....................66 135..........Blanco.................37

640..........Hunt.................... 41

80.............Comal.................37 142...........Bandera..............36 82.............Grimes................66 161...........Bandera..............43







665..........Fannin................76 1,100.......Eastland.............58


1,550.......Palo Pinto...........79 178...........Bandera..............35 2,904.......Johnson..............76 107...........Washington.......74 180..........Kerr.....................29 3,200.......Navarro..............82 121...........Robertson..........63 200..........Kerr.....................28 3,290.......Palo Pinto...........39 133..........Washington.......77 207..........Kerr.....................48 156..........Uvalde................47 208..........Gillespie.............24


200..........McLennan.........23 230..........Kerr.....................22 265..........Bosque................28 236..........Kerr.....................21




59.............Uvalde................28 107...........Kimble................26 60.............Comal.................68 108...........Kerr.....................38




329..........Grimes................66 290..........Kerr.....................57

50.............Falls.....................62 99.............Gillespie.............43 53.............Austin.................77 107...........Bandera..............57



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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

NORTHWEST 5 4 44 122 98 46 121 123 33 99 78 34 27 60 63 79 43 95 47 96 120 77 80 81 59 97 61 36 35 62

Archer Baylor Brown Callahan Clay Coleman Comanche Cottle Eastland Fisher Foard Hardeman Haskell Jack Jones Knox Mitchell Montague Nolan Runnels Scurry Shackelford Stephens Stonewall Taylor Throckmorton Wichita Wilbarger Young




























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Andrews Brewster Coke Crane Crockett Culberson Ector El Paso Glasscock Howard Hudspeth Irion Jeff Davis Loving Martin Midland Pecos Presidio Reagan Reeves Schleicher Sterling Sutton Terrell Tom Green Upton Val Verde Ward Winkler




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Angelina Brazoria Chambers Fort Bend Galveston Hardin Harris Jackson Jasper Jefferson Liberty Matagorda Montgomery Newton Orange Polk Sabine San Augustine San Jacinto Trinity Tyler Walker Wharton











63 1 226 213 225 227 200 212 235 182 214 199 236 211 183 201 180 165 164 198 179 181 197 223




148 Anderson 53 Bowie 89 Camp 73 Cass 129 Cherokee 68 Delta 70 Franklin 108 Gregg 109 Harrison 128 Henderson 69 Hopkins 162 Houston 51 Lamar 91 Marion 72 Morris 149 Nacogdoches 131 Panola 88 Rains 52 Red River 130 Rusk 150 Shelby 107 Smith 71 Titus 90 Upshur 106 Van Zandt 88 Wood



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Photo by Frank Stowell

The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Steps Up & Steps Out for Children in 2012 BBVA Compass presents the 67h annual Pin Oak Charity Horse Show at Great Southwest Equestrian Center, Katy, Texas

March 21 – April 1, 2012


ith its rich 67-year history, strong

more than 1,500 horses and 1,200 exhibitors

and his wife Lillie put on the initial show at their

heritage, spectacular array of breeds,

over a two-week period in March at the Great

Pin Oak Stables on South Post Oak. The show

and exhibitors from around the world, Pin Oak

Southwest Equestrian Center located in Katy,

was conceived as a fundraiser to generate seed

Charity Horse show is a beloved Texas tradition

Texas. Pin Oak Charity Horse Show invites

money for the original Texas Children’s Hospital

and a world-renowned equestrian event.

you to “Step Up & Step Out for Children” from

in Houston’s Medical Center. Over the years

Behind the scenes, planning and activities are

March 21 through April 1, 2012.

underway for the 2012 show and it is shaping up to be nothing short of magnificent.

There’s something for everyone at Pin Oak. Breeds that exhibit here include the American

Once again presented by BBVA Compass

Saddlebred, the show-ring peacock that was

Bank, Pin Oak Charity Horse Show will host

first to compete when James S. Abercrombie

Photo by Shawn McMillen

the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show has evolved to include hunters, Olympic level jumpers, Welsh Ponies, Andalusian and Lusitano horses and United Mountain Horses. The first week of the show will offer four days of spectacular Saddlebred, Andalusian, Welsh Pony, United Mountain Horses and hunter and jumper events from Wednesday, March 21st through Saturday, March 24th culminating in the Championship classes Saturday evening in the BBVA Compass Arena. Also featured that night will be the Collegiate Invitational - an Katy ISD Students enjoying their happy meals after a day of touring the show.


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extravaganza of top college equestrian teams

competing and bringing a new dimension to Pin Oak. This offers our young equestrians and their parents a glimpse into the world of collegiate equestrian sports. Pin Oak Charity Horse Show will have Gala tables available for purchase for this night of equestrian splendor and excitement.

Photo by Shawn McMillen Rick Terry and bank representatives of title sponsor BBVA Compass, Franco Valobra of Valobra Jewelry and Antiques, Houston Area Land Rover Centres Representatives, Patty Roberts Pin Oak Hunter Jumper Breed Chair and Lynn Walsh Pin Oak President present the trophies for the Houston Area Land Rover Centres Week Two Grand Prix.

While show-goers can expect to see hunter

March 25th. Week Two Grand Prix action is

taken root at the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show

and jumper events both weeks of the show,

slated to begin with a $25,000 competition

becoming a new Texas tradition - fabulous hats

Week One offers the most variety, with rail

Thursday afternoon on March 29th and again

worn by the ladies enjoying the ringside Gala

and in-hand classes for American Saddlebreds,

for Saturday evening, March 31st with prize

for this elegant equestrian affair. It will be “hats



money totaling $30,000 for the winners. The

off” to the Longacre Hunt for the pre-Derby

Welsh Ponies, and United Mountain Horses,

Grand Prix also means fabulous ringside social

exhibition of a traditional foxhunt, which has

all thrown together in a glorious mix of equine

events where horse enthusiasts mingle and

become a fan favorite at the show.

charisma from two continents.

enjoy cocktails paired with wonderful food

“Pin Oak has been involved with Texas


A perennial favorite are the Grand Prix events

while taking in this action-filled international

Children’s Hospital since 1948 when the show

of Pin Oak Charity Horse Show featuring heart

spectator sport. Table reservations are handled

began raising money to build the original facility

racing show jumping action by world class

through the Pin Oak office for all featured

in the Medical Center,” says Pin Oak President

Olympic level athletes - both rider and horse.

events held in the BBVA Compass Arena.

Lynn Walsh. “Now, a brand-new generation of

For 2012 when it came to the topic of Grand

The beauty of the Hunters with their style,

Pin Oak riders and sponsors are supporting a

Prixes, show organizers decided that more was,

grace, and impeccable turn out is a draw for

new vision for Texas Children’s Hospital and

well more! Pin Oak is pleased to announce

many. Pin Oak expands the Hunter Derby

witnessing the dream become a reality with the

two additional Grand Prix events bringing

events to include two National Hunter Derbies,

opening of the new Texas Children’s Hospital

the total to four over the course of the show

one held each week outdoors, and Week Two’s

West Campus in April of 2011.”

weeks and will be held in the BBVA Compass

featured Friday evening event is the $25,000

After the 2011 show, Pin Oak fulfilled its

Arena. Exhibitors and spectators during Week

USHJA International Hunter Derby presented

$300,000 commitment to the new West Campus

One can look forward to a $25,000 Grand

by Valobra Jewelry and Antiques, a long-time

hospital and initiated a new commitment of

Prix on Friday evening, March 23rd and a

friend of Pin Oak Charity Horse Show. For

$400,000 to Texas Children’s Hospital West

$30,000 Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon,

this event, a Kentucky Derby tradition has

Campus. Pin Oak was able to donate a total

Photo by Jon Kral

of $125,000 to its charities of Texas Children’s

Photo by John Kral

Hospital, Houston’s Ronald McDonald House Family Rooms, and Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance. Over the years the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show has proudly donated more than $5 million to charities. Pin Oak’s commitment to its charities does not stop with its financial support. Dedicated to outreach with its charities, Pin Oak Charity Horse Show through its Pin Oak Club and Young Pin Oak Club hosts ArtReach days at Texas Children’s Hospital, provides activity bags for young patients at the hospitals, participates in decorating areas of the Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus for holidays, makes donations of books and show tickets to its charities, and will be preparing lunch for Houston’s Ronald McDonald House families in January of 2012. Education is another piece of the Pin Oak

Kevin Berman presenting his roaster pony

tradition of helping. This is apparent in the

visit to learn more

riders themselves who compete in one or more

Education Days hosted during the Pin Oak

and preview the images that will be on display.

of the disciplines now included in the show.

Show that gives young school-aged children a

Riders read and Pin Oak wants to inspire reading

They are a diverse group who pride themselves

behind the scenes look at a horse show, exposes

in all through the splendor of the horse.

on putting the welfare of the show as a whole

them to the world of equestrian sports, and

Pin Oak Charity Horse Show could not be

over that of any one breed. This has been a recipe

entertains them with the thrill of competition.

the equestrian extravaganza that it is without

for success at Pin Oak, as the classes and prizes

The Collegiate Invitational is another testament

the support of our sponsors. Sponsorships

offered at the show continue to evolve and grow

to the belief in education and equestrian sports

are offered at many levels, beginning at $275.

from year to year, creating a multi-breed event

along with the annual THJA College Fair held

Sponsor benefits are defined by sponsorship

that is unlike any other in the United States.

each fall that benefits Pin Oak. Pin Oak Charity

level, but no matter the level, it is sponsorship

“If you are interested in horses and giving back

Horse Show is thrilled to bring The Literary

that makes a difference - for the show and the

to the community, there is a place for you at Pin

Horse: When Legends Come to Life, an equine

charities supported by Pin oak. Roxanne Cook,

Oak,” says Pin Oak President Lynn Walsh. “We

photography exhibit by artist Vanessa Wright,

Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Executive Director,

are a volunteer organization, with many, many

to the Houston Public Library, Main Branch in

is happy to assist with personal and corporate

jobs to do that range from fundraising and

downtown Houston running from mid-February

sponsorship through the Pin Oak office as

party planning to choreographing exhibitions

through March 31, 2012. Pin Oak seeks to

the sponsorship drive is currently underway.

and even planting flowers in whiskey barrels.

inspire reading through the majesty of horses as

Quality vendors is another source of pride for Pin

There’s room for everyone to get involved…no

portrayed in the incredible equine photography

Oak; Pin Oak is always looking to raise the bar

horse required!” v

by Ms. Wright and her pairing of her work with

with its vendors and to create a true shopping

quotes from famous works of horse-themed

experience for all at the show. Whether you are

literature - think Black Beauty, Pegasus, and what

looking for something to wear to that equestrian

little girl does not dream of having her own white

affair or needing to make a tack purchase, Pin

pony after reading Cinderella. Pin Oak Charity

Oak offers the finest selections. Inquiries and

Horse Show is thrilled to bring a new dimension

vendor reservations can be made through the

to our suite of events through this exhibit. Please

Pin Oak office as well. As with sponsorship, vendors also contribute greatly to our charities with their support. Make a difference is what Pin Oak Charity Horse Show is all about. The heart of Pin Oak is attributed to its volunteers. To put on a show of this caliber and magnitude, it literally takes an army and Pin Oak is proud to have a dedicated one. Pin Oak is largely a volunteer organization, run by horse people who are dedicated to putting on a first-

Photo by PWL Studio


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class event. Most of the executive committee are

Photo by Shawn McMillen

To sponsor, volunteer, or find out more about showing at Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, visit the website at or call Roxanne Cook at 713 621-6290. Pin Oak Charity Horse Show is a 501-c (3) not-forprofit entity.

Presented by

STeP uP & STeP OuT for Children

March 21 – April 1 2012 G r e at S o u t h w e S t equeStrian Center, K at y, t e x a S

benefiting Texas Children’s Hospital, ronald mcDonald House Houston family rooms and Candlelighters Childhood Cancer family alliance.

learn how you can get involved at

THank yOu TO Our generOuS SPOnSOrS fOr making THiS evenT POSSible:

The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show is a 501(c)3 not for profit entity.

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Medina River Ranch is a Hill Country treasure with 1,100 acres with two sides lined by water. There are 11,000± feet of the Medina River and 7,500+ feet of Wallace Creek. The main home was originally built in the 1940s. Its timeless

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appeal with updated amenities combine into an extraordinary estate. The compound includes a 9,200-square-foot main home with kids’ wing. There are six native stone fireplaces, an inviting

country kitchen, native woods throughout, tile and wood floors, a pool and ample lounging areas. The home exterior is native river stone with a Spanish tile roof. This 1,100-acre paradise has not been hunted in many years and has large herds of whitetail, axis and blackbuck roaming the property. Just outside of Medina, this ranch is among the elite ranches in the Hill Country.


If you are looking for superior horse facilities, this is the place. This immaculate 20,000-squarefoot barn has 30 stalls, a vet lab, his and her lockers with showers, offices, an upstairs guest quarters and upstairs ballroom with a great view of the arena. There is also a large indoor arena, indoor and outdoor round pens, indoor and outdoor walkers, outdoor pens and stalls and more. All of the hills surrounding the improvements and a 13-acre lake provide the utmost privacy. The entire ranch is game-fenced

Thistlewood Ranch Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

and separated into numerous pastures. Thistlewood Ranch would make an excellent horse ranch/guest ranch with three homes for housing guests or workers. This superb facility has 236 acres and sits on FM 783, just minutes out of Kerrville.

LI Ranch Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg


Just 15 minutes from beautiful downtown Fredericksburg, on Tivy Dale Road, this ranch has beauty and serenity in one of the finest properties available in the area. The ranch features 397 acres of stunning oaks and improved pastures. Spring Creek passes through this property, supplying year-round running water that separates improved pastures from native Hill Country wildlife areas. A centrally located stocked lake adds to the strong water. Two horse barns, a riding arena, two guesthouses and an equipment barn add to the improvements. The main residence is truly spectacular, complete with a new swimming pool and landscaping. This property has it all:


Only a handful of Texas ranches present this kind

location, water and wonderful improvements.

of running water and minerals that convey! This

This ranch is ready for the serious buyer who

121,000-acre selection of West Texas land is the

desires a gentleman’s ranch.

largest available openly marketed tract of its kind. Gently shaded riverbanks meet deep pockets of spring water flowing down many miles of pristine blue-green waters. A lush canopy of majestic live oaks and ancient pecans provides quiet places to relax. On the horizon, towers of limestone bluffs reach into the unending sky. This is the land of an older Texas, striking and ripe with contrast. This is your chance to own a large part of Texas!

West Texas Ranch West Texas v Val Verde Co. v Comstock

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Falls Creek Ranch Texas Hill Country v Llano Co. v Marble Falls


This is a great opportunity to own a historic property in Texas. This large tract consists of 3,000± acres on the shores of Lake Buchanan. This long-time family-owned property is truly a special property conveniently located near Austin and San Antonio. Falls Creek passes through the property providing strong crystalclear live water. The creek dives off a huge bluff creating a spectacular waterfall cascading into Lake Buchanan. These falls have been featured many times on several magazine covers. The ranch offers valleys and large hills, creating picturesque views of Lake Buchanan and the surrounding Hill Country.

Fredericksburg Ranch Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg


This one-of-a-kind estate is just five minutes from historic downtown Fredericksburg. This divine estate

Robinson Ranch Texas Hill Country Blanco County v Round Mountain


sits on 20± immaculately maintained acres. The main residence consists of 6,800± square feet with large covered patios. A beautiful backyard pool sits next to a wonderfully designed outdoor cooking area. Brazilian cherry hardwood 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. A large

These 3,600 historically incredible acres lie in kitchen with the best available appliances is centrally located in the home. In addition, the custom Blanco County. You can almost envision the wall treatments and professional trim work add to the property’s value. This home is designed for early settlers living in the two charming rock entertaining. There are too many other details to list! Please call to schedule a showing. homes on the ranch. You can see why they settled on this piece of Texas land, with over 2.5 miles of Cypress Creek running through the property.  Numerous springs can be found up

Granada Springs Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

and down the creekbed and are still flowing in the current drought. The rock bottom creek has sections with towering cypress trees then other areas surrounded by oak trees. This low-fenced ranch has abundant wildlife that have flocked to the area because of the great water supply.


These are 230± delightful waterfront acres. A unique Hill Country home, entertainment lodge, two barns and rustic cabin are positioned high on a limestone bluff overlooking an

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amazing spring-fed waterway with terrific views. The ranch includes 4,500± feet of both sides of 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 plus lodge is a sunset watcher’s dream. Set up your showing soon!


Located in the picturesque Texas Hill Country, these 500 spectacular acres offer both live water and beautiful views. A historic-looking home, constructed from rock and timber and a newly constructed road system help complete the property. Large rock bluffs and wonderful high country complete the landscape. This property is special with live water and awesome views.

Bandera County Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Medina

Clear Springs Ranch


Central Texas v McLennan Co. v Waco

Clear Springs is a 200-acre ranch only 30 miles

College Station Ranch


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 4,000± highly maintained acres offer a spectacular five-bedroom, six-bath lodge with a swimming pool and 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 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 boat house sits on a man-made peninsula centrally located on the lake, affording easy access to water sports

from Waco. Rolling grasslands and mature trees cover the landscape and meet eight wellcrafted lakes. There are three homes and a conference center/lodge on the property, all connected by two miles of paved roads. The main house has five bedrooms, five baths and sits atop beautiful, well-kept grounds and grass yard. The foreman’s home is a unique home built from an 1860s log home. It features three bedrooms and two baths. In addition to the homes is a huge lodge and conference center that has 12 bedrooms and 10 baths. The

and prime fishing. The ranch has many other improvements, which are accessed via paved conference center will seat 20 people and is roads. The main lodge is a site to see with too many details to list! The lodge and pool areas are functional for family retreats and small business wonderfully landscaped and immaculately maintained. Call to see this Texas showplace.

getaways and workshops. Eight lakes covering

25+ acres offer many recreational activities:

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fishing, kayaking, swimming and more. A

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and other fishing and recreational water toys.


separate boathouse stores many of the boats

In the highly desirable Camp Verde area, these

A year-round spring feeds the lakes at 160,000

291± acres offer end-of-the-road privacy and an

gallons per day. This abundant water supply

updated three-bedroom, three- and one-half-bath

brings in tons of native wildlife including deer,

rustic lodge that sits hillside overlooking two

turkey, quail and dove.

spring-fed lakes. The entire ranch is high-fenced, containing both native and exotic wildlife. The majority of the property has been cleared of cedar, and an excellent road system is in place. In addition to the lodge, a conveniently located barn and working pens sit next to a field for the buyer

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Los Amigos West Texas v Terrell County v Dryden


The Los Amigos ranch is 11,700± rugged, scenic acres. It has over 6.5 miles of canyons including Meyers and Outlaw Canyons. The property is high-fenced on three sides with mostly new or repaired low fence on the rest. A nice house built around the 1900s was remodeled. The ranch has three solar wells, an electric well and a windmill. Underground water is good. All wind rights, water rights and some minerals, including 1,700 acres mineral classified, will be conveyed. This country is full of mule deer, whitetail, quail, dove, and many other varmints, including lions and an occasional bear. Owner financing possible. Would consider dividing in two tracts.

Cherry Cave Ranch Texas Hill Country v Kerr Co. v Hunt


Want to get away to the Texas Hill Country? Do you like the Hunt/Mo Ranch area? We have the perfect retreat. This incredible home on 170 acres is energy efficient and low maintenance for easy upkeep. You can come to your Hill Country ranch to relax and not  to  work! This 4,000±-squarefoot  wonder was built to stand the test of time. The walls are constructed with insulated concrete forms and are made to withstand 300 mph winds and provide the utmost in low

Elm Creek Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg


Fifteen minutes south of historic Fredericksburg, this amazing 208-acre Hill Country estate is nestled into the picturesque countryside. First-class amenities are included in the main house with over 8,000 square feet of high-ceiling, open-concept, ranch-style architecture. This dream home has expansive patios for views and entertaining. There is a guesthouse and ranch office of 8,500± square feet with areas for basketball, softball, volleyball, horseshoes and BBQs. There is a two-stall horse barn with second-floor cottage, a 2,000-foot paved strip with hanger, plus a regulation trap and skeet range with lounge. Varied terrain includes improved grass fields to spring-fed creek bottom with huge elms and oaks. Enjoy an corporate/family retreat or move your business to the ranch. Call for a showing soon!

energy costs. Large windows allow great natural light in and take advantage of the fantastic views of the  Hill  Country. The 2,800±-squarefoot  barn has two separate living quarters

Broken O Ranch Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Boerne

with full kitchen, walk-in cooler, fireplace and an art studio. The entire property is high-fenced and a hunter’s paradise.  The property has abundant recreational opportunities with access to a swimming area on the Guadalupe River.

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The Historic Broken O Ranch is one of Texas’ finest ranches and offers breathtaking views, miles of well established roads and the beauty that only the Texas Hill Country has to offer. Within a few miles of eclectic shops and dining of quaint Boerne and within 35 miles of the San Antonio airport, industry and shopping, the Broken O Ranch is an impeccable choice for investment living. From 1,396 to 1,603 acres.

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On the southern edge of the Divide, 30± minutes west of Kerrville on Highway 39, this 2,408±-acre ranch is ready to go as a cattle or hunting ranch. Improvements include a three-bedroom, three- and one-half-bath, twostory main home, guest home and caretaker’s home. A large workshop and equipment barn provide plenty of storage and the main

Kerr County Ranch Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

entrance road doubles as a 3,000-foot runway suitable for single-engine or light twin aircraft. The ranch is high-fenced on the perimeter and much of the cedar has been cleared, providing

excellent pastureland covered with native grass and large hardwoods including post and live oak. With five water wells serving three pastures with a few stock tanks, the ranch is well watered for cattle or game, which includes whitetail, axis, blackbuck, turkey and hog. Topography includes much usable land with gentle rolling hills on the north half of the ranch with a few steep canyons on the southern edge. Spectacular views from the southern end of the ranch overlook the rugged terrain of the Sabinal and Frio River Canyons.

Comanche Creek Ranch Central Texas v Llano County v Llano

Llano River Ranch Texas Hill Country Kimble County v Junction


Approximately 950 feet of outstanding yearround main Llano River border the south end of the property. Big beautiful bluffs with 1,700-foot elevations overlook the river. The river has a good combination of easily accessible water, soothing rapids and a nice


Without a doubt, this is the best 575-acre ranch in Texas and the most breathtaking, highly

stretch of deep water that offers good fishing improved ranch on the market! This is one of the best hunting ranches in Texas with worldfor bass and catfish as well as canoeing. The class whitetail and axis deer. These are absolutely the most exquisite improvements on any

land is gently rolling with some large draws Texas ranch. The main complex sits on 7± hilltop acres with breathtaking views for 40± miles. It traversing the property and has good brush includes one of the finest custom lodges in Texas, one of the best guesthouses ever experienced, and tree cover that make excellent habitat for an amazing owner’s house and an unbelievable two-lane bowling alley! The attractive main ranch deer and turkey. There are nice improvements entrance is a lighted massive structure with custom rock walls constructed of Texas mix rock and on these 107 acres, including a new 2010 large a wall of 10-foot giant cedar logs and rock columns that support two huge, custom iron gates. barn/metal building with cement slab and

Last Trail Ranch

5,200± square feet with roll-up doors.


Texas Hill Country Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

This custom Hill Country home is just 15 minutes south of Fredericksburg off Highway 16. The home has breathtaking 180-degree views of the lights of Fredericksburg. The rock

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home has a classic open floor plan but has antique pine floors, hand-hewn beams and many other unique features that make this estate stand apart from the others. The 113 manicured acres can be divided.

Johnson Fork Creek Ranch Texas Hill Country Kimble County v Junction


Approximately 5,000± feet of gushing year-round Johnson Fork Creek borders this 1,055-acre ranch with approximately half of the creek having both sides. This type of permanent year-round creek rarely comes available. The water is gushing and flowing strong despite the current Texas drought. The water is a beautiful clear blue-green and there is

LR Ranch Central Texas v Bosque County v Cleburne


This gorgeous 10,000-square-foot log home is nestled in the heart of Texas. This incredible home

a good variation of deep holes and naturally formed was custom-designed with mesquite floors, cabinets and doors and has rock floors, log beams small lakes for fishing, swimming and canoeing. The creek features perch, bass and catfish. Minimal improvements consist of a small cabin and a small

and makes you feel like you are on a retreat in Colorado. The home is a five-bedroom, seven-bath architectural feat. Many other improvements include a foreman’s home, maid’s quarters, pool and pool house, equipment barns, quail release pen, dog kennels and much more. The 3,700

barn. This ranch is ideal and ready for a new owner gorgeous acres are rolling hills to prime pastureland. There are four lakes and wells on this lowto create his or her dream ranch.

fenced hunting ranch loaded with native game birds and whitetail deer.


The “K3” was the home and one of the last ranch projects of the legendary Charlie Schreiner, III. “Three” and his wife, Karol, put their heart and soul into the development of a functional exotic and whitetail breeding/hunting ranch. Decorated and constructed with true authentic Texas Hill Country flair, the K3 is being sold turn-key. The main entertainment attraction for friends and family is the 3,000-square-foot hunter’s lodge decorated with the Schreiner’s

K3 Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

personal collection of western memorabilia. Along with the main dwellings, the headquarters supports a foreman’s house, guide’s quarters, mobile home, hay barn, shop, storage and walk-in cooler. The 1,138-acre ranch is cross

Utopia Ranch Texas Hill Country v Uvalde County v Utopia

fenced into six pastures with 13 exotic and eight whitetail pens producing a superior wildlife herd for your family or client’s unforgettable hunting experience. This is an opportunity to own a turn-key hunting and breeding ranch developed and decorated by the former owner of the legendary YO Ranch.


This fantastic 2,309-acre ranch has everything the Texas Hill Country offers, including great water with over 1.2 miles of live creek and Sabinal River, huge wide valleys, steep mountains, lots of exotics and native game, four houses, a 3,000-foot airstrip, horse stables, huge Indian mounds and fantastic roads over the entire ranch. This is one of the finest large ranches available.

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Eulogy Ranch Central Texas



Bosque County v Eulogy

This incredible 8,000-square-foot home has four bedrooms, four and a half baths, two complete kitchens, four outdoor living areas, two outdoor showers, a metal roof, 1800s antique beams from Pennsylvania, oak, mesquite and stone floors, five indoor and two outdoor fireplaces, a central vacuum system, incredible master suite with nine showerheads in master shower and so much more. The owner has so many special features! There are old-time saloon doors from Santa Fe, ceiling fans from the first department store in Weatherford from the early 1900s and more! You

must see this 265-acre ranch to appreciate is. Both sides of spring-fed Flat Rock Creek run through the ranch for over a mile. This creek has waterfalls and even dinosaur tracks. Two miles of another, unnamed creek run through the ranch. Built in 1965, an 18-acre lake has been stocked.

Kerrville Big View Ranch Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

Silver Valley Ranch Texas Hill Country Uvalde County v Reagan Wells


The lodge (main house) is 6,514± square feet of living area and 408± square feet of covered porches according to the owner. It has five bedrooms and three and a half baths, large commercial kitchen, two large porches and small plant room, large outdoor walled patio


Talk about investing in the future! This is a rare opportunity to own 220 acres overlooking Kerrville. Multiple building sites overlook the majority of the city and the Town Lake Area of the Guadalupe River. This is your chance to own a ranch that offers recreation today and future growth tomorrow. Enjoy sweeping views, city views, living close to the river, privacy and location, location, location!

area, several storage rooms, two fireplaces, three central air conditioning units, a library and

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a basement utility room. There are nine total apartments and all have air conditioning and

Central Texas v Bosque County v Cleburne

heating. There is a bathhouse, wash room and a 1,200-square-foot building used for storage. The river is lined with beautiful cypress, live oaks and pecan trees. There are also grafted pecan trees in an orchard by the house. The river is considered year-round, and even in driest of times there is water in this stretch of the Dry Frio River. The river has an access ramp into the water and a couple of very nice swimming holes. Enjoy good fishing and recreation along the entire river—all of this on 59 gorgeous acres.


Bosque County Ranch consists of 3,524.05 acres and is a working livestock and wildlife ranch. Just south of the Brazos River, fronting on three county roads allows for good access to all parts of the ranch. Rolling fields with lush native grasses slope to high hilltops mixed with live oaks and juniper describe the terrain diversity of this ranch. There is a flowing creek with waterfalls (under normal rainfall conditions), an 18-acre lake, one smaller lake and numerous other tanks. This ranch is highly improved with the main ranch house being 5,200± square feet with spectacular views. There

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are five other houses, a covered riding arena, barns, pens and a pavilion that overlooks the lake. The

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ranch is low fenced except for a 675-acre high-fenced pasture with trophy whitetail deer. This is a

turn-key ranch ready to go with all equipment negotiable; seller will convey 25% of the minerals.


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These 180 rolling Hill Country acres feature gorgeous views from each of the many hilltops. There is easy access to town, but this is a peaceful and private end-of-the-road ranch. Improvements are set in a beautiful valley surrounded by large trees. The 4,900±-squarefoot main home has a rock exterior and metal roof, numerous interior rock arches, large open living areas, nice porches/decks, guesthouse and much more. This is a great hunting property!

Shin Oak Hills Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

Rancho Trinidad Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville


Enjoy the best of both hunting worlds. The home pasture is 800± acres under high fence that is manicured of cedar, outfitted with blinds and protein feeders, and stocked with a variety of exotics along with a native whitetail deer herd that has been enhanced by the introduction of

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super genetics. The east pasture is 1,232± acres left in its native state creating a free range hunting Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville experience. The addition of new water wells and ponds along with a year round feeding program This gentleman’s ranch has everything you

five ponds make this ranch a special home for native and exotic wildlife. The ranch roads are


highly maintained with an elaborate system. The Rancho Trinidad has all the needed amenities

guesthouse, barns, pens, pool and more! The

to have a successful hunting and breeding operation. Whether it is for a cooperate retreat, an

4,600±-square-foot main home is immaculate

outfitting business, or a family hunting ranch the desired location off of Hwy 41 only 45 minutes

and decorated with the perfect Hill Country

from Kerrville makes this right in the hunter’s honey hole.

taste! There are rock fireplaces, tile and wood

has produced a wildlife Mecca. The area is known for free-ranging exotics. This pasture is currently need in one sweet package. The gated rock 80% high fenced with the neighbor obligated for the completion. Five water wells supplementing entrance has a paved road that leads you to the main compound complete with main home,

floors, a huge master suite, office, gorgeous kitchen and so much more. That is just the interior! Outside is a wonderful pool area with ample outdoor seating, full entertainment/ game room house and a great view from it all. 84 acres loaded with exotic and native wildlife, a seasonal creek and end-of-the-road privacy top it all off.

Turtle Creek Ranch


Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

1,000± feet of both sides of beautiful pristine year-round spring fed Turtle Creek flow through this 59acre ranch. Turtle Creek is one of the largest and strongest flowing creeks in Kerr County and one of the main tributaries to the Guadalupe River. The current owner constructed a dam on the creek and it backs up some very nice deep blue-green water for fishing, canoeing and swimming. Improvements include a two-bedroom, one-bath, cozy, two-story framed cabin (remodeled in 2002) with antique pine floors and rustic rock fireplace, bunkhouse with two covered porches and an RV barn.

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College Station


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 4,000± highly maintained acres offer a spectacular six-bedroom, six-bath lodge with a swimming pool and 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 River

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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

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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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on a man-made peninsula centrally located on the lake, affording easy access to water sports and prime fishing.  The ranch has many other improvements, which are 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! v

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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 with hay production, other open pastures, a

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

wilderness riding area, abundant native and exotic wildlife, an original barn from the early 1900s and a European-style garden. The main home includes 24-foot vaulted ceilings in the

Texas Hill Country Kendall County v Boerne

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.

Medina River: Rare and Unique Hill Country Estate 624± Acres


Minutes to historic Medina and only 45 minutes to San Antonio, this property has giant cypress trees

Texas Hill Country v Bandera Co. v Medina

lining the bank of the 1± mile of sought-after, 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’ equipment/workshop/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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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

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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. $6,495,000. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

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! $6,495,000.


Near historic Utopia, minutes to Bandera and an hour to San Antonio, this ranch has both sides of a crystal-clear, rock-bottom creek that looks like the Caribbean—aqua green water you can see your feet in! Scuba

Live Water, Game-Fenced Exotic Whitetail Ranch 871± Acres

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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.

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

Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Bandera


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 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

110± Acres: Wow – Awesome Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Boerne

Saltillo tile, granite kitchen, must-see porch views, extensive landscaping, outdoor kitchen and a twobedroom, two-bath guesthouse. An equipment barn, 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.


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.

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

West Texas v Val Verde County v Del Rio


This is the best live water ranch you have ever seen, with unlimited future development and recreational 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, highdesert environment may someday be a worldclass 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. $15,900,000. Call Jeff Soele 210 705-4013.

One-of-a-Kind Live Water

909 Acres


Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County Kerrville/Fredericksburg

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 limestone bluffs. Waterfalls are everywhere. The property has giant trees, many Indian mounds, rare and good usable land, several fields, big hilltops, state-of-the-art roads and an electric gate with paved access. Private and quiet, but not remote, the ranch also features a fabulous creek-fed,



lake and underground electricity. The seller may divide. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

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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! $1,195,000.


This is an incredible location in the heart of

only 45 minutes to San Antonio or Austin!

527 Acres or Approximately 250 Acres of Game-Fenced Recreational Paradise

This ready-to-go, game-fenced outdoorsman’s

Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Blanco

the Texas Hill Country! These 527± acres lie just minutes to Blanco and Wimberley and

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! Can sell entire 527± acres or approximately 250 acres, high-fenced on three sides with two barns for $2,195,000. All or part. Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.

Guadalupe River Retreat 80± Acres

Central Texas v Comal County 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.


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

Pedernales River Retreat 135± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Blanco Co. v Austin

roads, hundreds of trimmed trees, a gazebo, horseshoe pit, underground landscape lights, a cozy and rustic almost new, two-bedroom, two-bath 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 fencing, good road system and great hunting and wildlife. In addition to a gorgeous retreat setting, the property offers possible development potential, with some commercial value on Highway 281 and fabulous land with gorgeous views of the Texas Hill Country! $2,195,000.

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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.

Recreational Paradise 272± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kerr Co. v Kerrville


Kerrville’s Best Live Water Location

Minutes to Kerrville and 45 minutes to San

108± Acres

Antonio, this ranch is well maintained at the

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end of a paved road. This is a game-fenced, Literally five minutes to Kerrville, this ranch is private and quiet, but not far from anything ready-to-go dream place! The fabulous hilltop legendary Kerrville has to offer. The property has an electric gate, paved access, total game

2,200±-square-foot ranch rock home has two fencing and both sides of a private creek. Enjoy a big lake location on the creek, abundant large bedrooms, two and a half baths, a great native wildlife and some exotics, a water well and a great weekend cabin just waiting for a new family/living room with rock fireplace, great owner. There are great views of the Texas Hill Country and you can even see Kerrville in the country kitchen, office, large utility room, a distance. The seller says sell! Come look and make an offer. This is the best bang for your buck, double-car garage and porches with must-see and it would be hard to find a better location! $1,195,000. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013. 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 type of ready-to-go private place is five minutes to Kerrville and hard to find! $2,295,000.

650-Acre Investment Opportunity in Kendall County Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v San Antonio


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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.


Magic Valley Ranch is one of the most recognized ranches in Palo Pinto County. Only 45 minutes west of Fort Worth, this ranch has over six miles of Brazos River frontage with its sandy beaches for swimming, fishing and canoeing. The ranch is conveniently accessible with two miles of Highway 281 frontage and paved entrance to the headquarters. This turn-key horse, cattle and hay operation features a main house, two duplexes, manager’s house, indoor arena, round pen, hay barn, equipment shed, stables and irrigated hay field. Water is abundant with the river, lakes and stock ponds. The

Magic Valley Ranch 3,290 Acres

Texas Metroplex v Palo Pinto County Mineral Wells

sportsman can enjoy hunting the mountain pasture or fish the numerous waters. In addition, this ranch has unlimited development opportunities with its close proximity to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. This is truly the jewel of Texas ranches! $32,900,000. Jack McGraw 817 688-7478

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A Bar Ranch — 1,703 Acres Northeast Texas v Bowie County v Texarkana


Featuring approximately two miles of Red River frontage, thousands of commercial pecan trees, wheat and hay fields and a true cattle operation, this property has everything for a true gentleman rancher/farmer. Two primary homes are approximately 11,000 and 7,000 square feet, providing gracious living and entertaining for the full or part-time owner. Only 10 minutes from the regional airport and town, the property also has numerous other houses, barns, a party pavilion and improvements. $5,995,000. David Burgher 214 213-8715.

Collinsville Ranch — 126 Acres Texas Metroplex v Grayson County v Collinsville


Collinsville Ranch is one of the most beautiful and scenic properties in Grayson County. Just

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north of the town of Collinsville and south of Whitesboro, this property has scattered oaks, three ponds and a two-bedroom, one-bath, 60' by 40' living quarters. The sandy loam soil in this area of North Texas has attracted some of the most prominent horse trainers and ranchers. More than 1,500 feet of pipe and cable fencing throughout the ranch make this acreage suitable for any style horse or cattle operation. Herds of whitetail deer and wild turkey often rest in the pastures. A small lake is stocked with bass, crappie and blue gill. During seasonal times, it is frequently covered with wild ducks and Canada geese. $1,575,000. Angie Nelson, 214 794-8945.

Union Valley Ranch 640 Acres

Texas Metroplex v Hunt County v Quinlan


Only 40 minutes from downtown Dallas, this property lies at the intersection of FM 35 and SH 276, six miles east of the Rockwell city limits. The property is five miles south of I-30 (Royce City), five miles west of Quinlan (new WalMart Supercenter) and 10 minutes from the I-30/FM 205 intersection (500,000+-squarefoot retail shopping center). There are no city limits and no zoning. A 12-foot water line lies on the north side of Highway 276. $7,040,000. Jim Strawn, 214 553-4500 and David Burgher, 214 213-8715.


JBN Red River Ranch is a beautiful 1,513-acre property just north of Lake Texoma in Marshall County. Featuring a variety of terrain and topography, this

JBN Red River Ranch

ranch presents an excellent opportunity to invest in the growing market of Southern Oklahoma. $5,295,000. Angie Nelson, 214 794-8945.

Titus County Ranch — 2,600 Acres Northeast Texas v Titus County v Pittsburg

Oklahoma v Marshall County v Kingston


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

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Austin Ranch 1,063 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Boerne


Deep lakes, flowing creeks and dramatic wooded canyonlands are the hallmarks of this premier offering in the hills, only seven miles west of Boerne. A fine Texas Hill Country mansion of 5,600 square feet graces a hilltop with 20-mile views, truly one of the finest homes we have seen anywhere! Mostly highfenced, the landscape of deep canyons and lush bottoms is covered up with 150- to 170-class B&C whitetails, and the ranch is in turn-key condition. NEW! $9,030,000.

Owl Creek Ranch

879 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Fredericksburg


This splendid canyonlands ranch on U.S. 87, just south of Fredericksburg, boasts strong

Edna To Eden

springs flowing on July 11, 2011, coupled with dramatic ridges and long range vistas, topped

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with major league lake site(s) and the very best

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small waterfalls into fern-lined pools in fantastic and artifact-laden bottoms. $6,110,000.


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

424 Acres

Creek bisects and borders the ranch for over a mile, much more. REDUCED $4,030,000.

Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Blanco


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

Blue Hole Farm 99 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

possibilities, and the land is mostly clean, fertile bottomland, about 50% of which is covered with scattered oaks, pecans, walnuts and elm. $1,500,000.


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






Privilege Creek Ranch 161 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Bandera


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. REDUCED $2,630,000. Edna To Eden

Acorn Valley Ranch 1,505 Acres

Central Texas v McCulloch County v Brady

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If you seek the finest, mid-sized cow/deer/bird ranch on the market, we invite your inspection of DVR. This sweet spot is almost a perfect square, with county roads on 3 sides, nice improvements including a four-bedroom cabin, clean food plots everywhere and a large, deep

Deep Valley Ranch

creek that holds water most of the time flowing

609 Acres

thru the back. None better in this size range, can be split in half. REDUCED $1,600,000.

Central Texas v McCulloch County v Brady


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. Flowing down thru stunning canyonlands, the scenery and water are primo, and the price is right. $3,450,000.

SS + WV Ranches 580 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Fredericksburg


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

1,061 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Johnson City

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


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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River Canyon Ranch 332 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. Available in tracts of 536 to 1,400 or more acres. $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 place could not be any prettier or more suitable

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wildlife habitat. Completely high fenced, two highway frontages, a vast network of interior

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paved roads and a solid watering system make this fine ranch ready to use. Just site your home

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A unique, large pristine property has highly desirable, diverse native brush, support for high-quality trophy whitetail deer plus turkey, feral hogs, javelina, blue and bobwhite quail, dove plus seasonal waterfowl. The ranch includes a home, equipment barn and walk-in

Patrucia Ranch

cooler with attached storage. Two major creeks, Lindsey Creek and Elm Creek, combine with

9,908± Acres

multiple lakes, including a large main lake that

South Texas v Kinney County v Spofford

extends to 50± acres. Minerals convey.

Lindsey Creek Ranch 6,996± Acres


South Texas v Kinney County v Spofford

A creek traverses the ranch, plus there are multiple smaller lakes and an impressive large lake. Enjoy trophy whitetail deer plus turkey, feral hogs, javelina, blue and bobwhite quail, dove plus seasonal waterfowl. Minerals.

Elm Creek Ranch 2,912± Acres

South Texas v Kinney County v Spofford


Exciting rolling terrain rises up to 1,000 feet above sea level with vistas extending to the Anacacho Mountains. Elm Creek traverses the ranch from north to south, creating multiple lakes and water holes, an attraction for whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, javelina, blue and bobwhite quail, dove plus seasonal waterfowl. Minerals.

Sauz Ranch

2,175± Acres

South Texas v Zavala County v Batesville

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This easily accessed hunting ranch has a strong Carrizo well to supply its lake and a 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!

Blue Indigo Ranch

1,783± Acres

South Texas v Duval County v George West


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

Cline Mountain Ranch 1,383± Acres

South Texas v Uvalde County v Cline


This hunting ranch has both impressive Turkey Creek and unique Cline Mountain plus great views, good brush and large oaks that make it exceptional! Improvements include a home, equipment shed, metal utility building, well, troughs plus high fencing for the front 765± acres. Exotic and native wildlife include blackbuck, axis, fallow, sika, oryx, zebra plus whitetail deer, turkey, dove and quail. Minerals.

Ring Rock Ranch

156± Acres

South Texas v Uvalde County v Reagan Wells


This beautiful live water property has two-thirds of a mile of Dry Frio River frontage, displaying deep blue holes even in dry conditions. Nice improvements include a home with outdoor fireplace, large metal barn, guest quarters, low fencing, two water wells plus great views that add to its uniqueness. Minerals are negotiable.

Meyer Ranch 603± Acres

South Texas v Real & Uvalde Counties Camp Wood

Robert Dullnig, Broker Associate


Here is a great recreational getaway that offers good hunting with breathtaking views. Family owned since 1948, this uninhabited ranch has a water well, low fencing and is ready for your improvements! Abundant wildlife includes whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, exotic blackbuck and axis, plus dove and quail.

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Hill Country Guadalupe River Ranch


207± Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Comfort This breathtaking hilltop ranch is only 50± miles northwest of San Antonio and features unparalleled views plus 4,500± feet of the Guadalupe River. The sprawling, manicured grounds

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include a luxurious main home with seven bedrooms and seven and a half baths, a three-bedroom, three-bath farmhouse,  four cottages, pool and outdoor terraces, horse barns, conference center, art studio, private office, 1,700±-acre grapevine vineyard, 50-tree olive orchard and a full-service restaurant. Rick Kuper, 210 240-8282.

Rancher’s Dream 1,664± Acres

Central Texas v Falls County v Satin


With excellent improvements, rich rolling pastureland and a showplace residence, this premier ranch offers the best of everything including a prime, central Texas location near Waco. The custom estate home, featured in several magazines, offers 7,300± square feet of uniqueness and overlooks a 15±-acre lake, waterfall pool bordered by an entertainment cabana, separate barbecue cabana, all surrounded by majestic oaks, beautiful views and superb sunsets. Highly improved pastures have been home for many years to a legendary registered cattle operation with top-notch handling facilities; inclusive of

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show, sale, horse and hay storage barns, three sets of working pens, water wells and four remodeled

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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 onehalf-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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A working cattle ranch, Ryan Ranch has been well managed by the same family for over seven and a half decades. The facilities, waters, pens, tanks, barns and residences are in great working condition with a headquarters complex located centrally with beautiful large trees and excellent view in all directions. The remains of the movie set for the film Giant is

Ryan Ranch

right next to the headquarters and one can only imagine Elizabeth Taylor, James Dean,

34,880 Acres

Rock Hudson and others being there in this

West Texas v Presidio County v Marfa

great setting. $28,776,000 or $825 per acre.

Bat Cave Ranch 3,001 Acres

West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis

Alamito Creek Ranches West Texas v Presidio County v Marfa


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 Alamito Creek Preserve is a unique situation ranch has outstanding views of the nearby high mountains including Mt. Livermore, which is owned in conservation real estate for Texas. The total by The Nature Conservancy as a Preserve. The adjoining ranch to the north with a common boundary


acreage encompasses six individual properties of over five miles has a Conservation Easement, which prohibits development and subdivision in that range in size from 320 to 850 acres all perpetuity and protects Bat Cave Ranch’s landscape views. $1,950 per acre or $5,851,950. 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.

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


This exquisite property and home consist of 73.97 acres, surrounded by a juniper-pinon woodland,

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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 split-rail fence accessed by a paved driveway and electronic gate. The custom, two-bedroom, one- and 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.

Kennedy Ranch West Texas v Presidio County v Marfa


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

The Rockpile Ranch 55,704.49 Acres

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 $54,868,922.65 cash.

High Canyon Ranch 8,163 Acres

West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis


High Canyon Ranch lies in the heart of the Davis Mountains, a Sky Island of the Chihuahuan Desert with elevations ranging from 5,200 to 6,280 feet. Five major canyons bisect this high forested rangeland, creating some of the most scenic bluffs, rocky outcrops, canyons, meadows and mountains in the region. This is ponderosa and pinion pine country, huge red oaks, big tooth maples, madrone and lush grasslands. The central geologic features on the ranch are

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

Dry Canyon, Hells Canyon, Short Canyon, Horse Spring Canyon and Frazier Canyon, creating magnificent vistas rivaling any national park in the country. $1,578 per acre or $12,881,214.


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

James King, Agent Tammy King, Broker

state. This unimproved ranch enjoys over 1.6 miles of crystal-clear, spring-fed Devil’s River

P.O. Box 109, 109 State Street Fort Davis, TX 79734

frontage, which provides some of the best recreational water and smallmouth bass fly-fishing

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The Lake in the Forest Northeast Texas Anderson County v Poynor


Remarkable vistas, majestic views and pristine spring waters are surrounded by the splendor of East Texas foliage on 299.32 acres. This stunning property provides a habitat for spiritual enrichment and recharging and is surrounded by native wildlife, including deer, a wide variety of bird species, squirrels and wild hogs. Simply breathtaking, yet accessible and private, this wonderful property is one of East Texas’ choice offerings. $1,182,314.

Lomas Perdidas Ranch Family Compound, Private Lake and 97.175 Acres 4,046 Acres - All or Part

Northeast Texas v Henderson County v Brownsboro


West Texas v Tom Green Co. v San Angelo Only a short drive from Tyler or the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex, this magnificent offering is set in


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 windmill, two solar wells, a fourbedroom, one-bath hunter’s cabin; all utilities,

a picturesque environment. The custom two-story home sits under a canopy of native hardwoods amidst lush manicured grounds. From the spa/pool, deck and patio, an awe-inspiring view of the 18±-acre lake is found. The three-bedroom, three-bath guest home is separate from the main home and offers a quality lifestyle, privacy and a patio overlooking the lake. The 18±-acre spring-fed lake offers a place to reflect or an excellent opportunity to land the “big one”. Stocked with Florida bass, the lake will impress the most avid angler. The 97.175± acres boast scenic vistas, open pastureland, native foliage and abundant wildlife. Discover the best of East Texas! $1,200,000.


mesquite and cedar, heavy hardwoods along

Located south of Athens in a quaint rural area

the creek; tons of deer, quail, dove and turkey,

known for its beauty, Warrior Lake Ranch is

and stands and feeders for $1,495 per acre.

a diverse combination of rolling hills, water,

Dog Creek Lodge Pasture has 1,893.54 acres

woods and pasture. An oasis for wildlife, the

of heavily rolling terrain with two windmills, a

ranch is resplendent with native birds and game.

solar well, electric well, a seven-bedroom, two-

The 30±-acre spring-fed lake is stocked with

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.

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Warrior Lake Ranch Northeast Texas Anderson County v Bradford

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 372.191-acre 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, 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.

Holly Tree Farm Northeast Texas v Smith County v Winona


Holly Tree Farm is an epic 651-acre Southern estate that embodies the natural beauty of East

Texas and congers scenes from the iconic antebellum era. The four-bedroom, four- and one-half-bath, two-story raised plantation home surrounded by natural diverse foliage overlooks an awe-inspiring 35± to 40±-acre effervescent, spring-fed, tree-lined lake. Just north of I-20 and Tyler, access to the Metroplex is easy and quick. The main home boasts spacious formal living and dining areas, hand-hewn crown modeling and a wood-burning cook oven in the kitchen. Other features of this magnificent offering include a lodge (built in the 1920s) with wood-burning fireplace and native iron ore rock for the hearth. There is also a guest home, foreman’s home and worker’s quarters on the grounds. Other improvements include a traditional-style barn with gambrel-style roof and office. The terrain is gently rolling with 60± acres in coastal Bermuda meadows intertwined with native foliage and wildlife habitat. Discover a lifestyle and beauty often pursued, but rarely found. $3,795,000.


The natural beauty of nature beckons! This

Lakes, Pastures and Woods

diverse 630±-acre retreat near Athens blends

Northeast Texas v Henderson County v LaRue

all the features East Texas is renowned for. Approximately 90 acres of pristine lakes dot the property, providing an awe-inspiring site for fishing, watering stock, wildlife and waterfowl. The lodge is a four-bedroom, fourbath traditional-style home with a casual feel. The raised ceiling in the living room with brick floors is an excellent place to entertain and relax. Other features include an in-ground pool, covered patio and office area. 200 rolling acres of lush Bermuda meadows are fenced and cross-fenced and ideal for a working cattle ranch. A huge hay barn and working area are also offered. The natural spring waters of the

Evening Star Farm Northeast Texas v Anderson Co. v Elkhart


Near the quaint East Texas community of Elkhart, on 176.18± acres, this property embraces the very essence of East Texas. The elegant, yet rustic four-bedroom, three-bath home with wood-burning fireplace, gourmet kitchen, formal living and dining areas, covered patio and pool provide an inviting life-

tributaries of the effervescent Alder Creek begin on this property and flow year-round in a serpentine fashion through dense native foliage and hills to create an incredible mixture of wildlife, water and beauty. Sportsmen will enjoy abundant deer and an 8±-acre duck marsh. Discover this special and diverse retreat, minutes from the Metroplex. $2,593,000.

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style. The varying rolling terrain is crossed by

P.O. Box 350 Athens, TX 75751

spring-fed creek, picturesque pond, hardwoods and 57,000+ planted pines. For the equestrian

903 675-3503

minded, a five-stall stable with tack room and office, four paddocks and a 20' by 60' dressage arena are available. Wildlife, natural beauty and an accessible location make Evening Star Farm one of East Texas’ finest offerings. $835,000.

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This 771-acre ranch is only 15 minutes from

San Antonio River Frontage

downtown San Antonio with frontage on

Central Texas v Bexar County v San Antonio

both sides of Blue Wing Road plus about 1.75 miles of San Antonio River frontage. The lush and fertile river bottom supports a large pecan grove. There is a large home, dating back to the mid-1800s, barns, outbuildings and corrals. The river frontage is wild with an incredible array of wildlife, providing many opportunities for hunting and fishing. This has considerable value from a development perspective for only $4,500 per acre. George M. “Mitch” West, 210 213-5402.

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





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.

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 lake and heated pool. 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.

360° Views Over the Beautiful Texas Hill Country Texas Hill Country v Kerr Co. v San Antonio


This fabulous 290-acre property is only 50 minutes from San Antonio and about 1.5 hours from Austin. With both sides of Cherry Creek, two well-built dams create two crystalclear 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° awe-inspiring views of the magnificent Texas Hill Country. Also included is a recently remodeled two-bedroom, one-bath home, bunkhouse and a nice barn. George M. “Mitch” West, 210 213-5402.

Beautiful Texas Hill Country Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Bandera


This serene 106+-acre ranch is only three miles from Bandera. There is a 100' by 50' metal building, half of which is a nice twobedroom,





remainder includes four very nice horse stalls, a grooming area and a tack room. The property features mature oak and elm covered pastures and scenic Hill Country views. The two ponds are beautiful and the location could not be better for this very unique property. George M. “Mitch” West, 210 213-5402.

Water! Water! Water!


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 a quarter-mile. The Bexar Medina Atascosa canal is on the west side of the property and 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.

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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.


The 936-acre Dos Rios Preserve is a stunning live

Dos Rios Preserve Ranch

water property nestled in a valley between the high hills of the Texas Hill Country just west of

Texas Hill Country v Edwards County v Barksdale

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.

Red Fork Ranch Texas Metroplex Erath & Eastland Cos. v Strawn


This 1,100-acre game ranch has great topography and diverse cover, South Texas breeder deer with 200 genetics and a new high fence! Two drainage systems of the Red Fork of Rush Creek cut through the property, and it has three water wells and several stock ponds that help provide good habitat for turkey and quail. The ranch is mostly rolling but has elevation changes of 400 feet with a high ridgeline on the southern end. This land is only 80 miles west of Fort Worth, south of Strawn, and with deer blinds and feeders in place, it is ready for the season. $3,795,000.

Brownsboro Ranch Northeast Texas v Henderson County v Brownsboro


This premium ranch east of Athens boasts a recently built 4,000-square-foot home, a 35-acre stocked and established lunker bass lake, great topography with high views at over 625 of

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Bermuda pastures. It is loaded with deer and other wildlife, and Horn Branch Creek runs through

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the property. It has two water wells with great flow rates that fill the lake and service the home

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and two smaller ponds. This ranch is in the Brownsboro area, a beautiful East Texas destination


elevation and fine land that is mostly wooded with old pine trees, majestic oaks and rolling

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for families and sportsmen. $3,240,000.

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.

Rio Medina Ranch Central Texas v Medina Co. v Rio Medina


This fantastic ranch lies only 10 miles north of Castroville with over 150 feet of relief. Enjoy huge views from hilltops with several excellent homesites and two small ponds with the opportunity to build large lakes. Paved road frontage with a rock entrance, an electric gate and metered water with excellent south Texas brush are included. This is a great opportunity for a getaway so close to San Antonio. Priced to sell. 656 acres for $2,689,600.

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

Jeff Boswell, Mark Matthews, Bryan Pickens

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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These 592 acres of gorgeous rolling hills

Black Walnut Ranch

covered with huge mature timber look as they did before the turn of the century. The integrity

Central Texas v Leon County v Centerville

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.


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).

LLL Ranch

This ranch has been part of a wildlife management association for years and it

Central Texas v Leon County v Centerville

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.


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

Wakefield Ranch

and four and a half baths, a deep water well and a nice barn. $695,000. More land is available

Central Texas v Leon County v Centerville

that would include an additional fishing lake.


These 93.53 gorgeous, rolling acres have a nice mix of woods and highly improved pasture.

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One of the great features is a year-round spring

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creek that runs through. The land is fenced, cross-fenced and bordered by a large working cattle ranch. Several excellent homesites are

Thurman Ranch Central Texas v Leon Co. v Centerville

scattered throughout the property. A traditional, extremely



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.


This highly manicured “showplace” of a cattle ranch is framed on two sides by farm to market roads. The property is about 85%

Rolling Oaks Ranch

513± Acres

improved pasture and 15% scattered pockets of hardwood timber. The crown jewel of this ranch is the custom-built home that took the

Central Texas v North Leon County

owners approximately five years to design and build! The home has approximately 4,500 square feet of living space that includes a huge master suite as well as two other suites (both with private baths). A massive living room with a vaulted exposed-beam ceiling, floorto-ceiling rock fireplace and full bar is at the heart of this home. Complementing the living area is a beautifully designed kitchen for the gourmet cook complete with an expansive walk-in pantry, large central island and office/ workspace. There is also a banquet-size dining room, home office with custom-built cabinetry, craft room, large utility room and a three-car finished garage with a half-bath. The large covered back porch is closer to an outdoor living room than anything else. Yet another floor-to-ceiling rock fireplace will draw you in on a cool fall/winter Texas evening; on a hot summer day, you can cool your heels in the custom designed and built saltwater pool with a diving rock, 11-foot deep end, and a huge rock waterfall to help relax to the sound of running water. When you get hungry, just fire up the grill in the covered outdoor kitchen and create a culinary delight. Additional improvements include a custom pipe main entrance, deep water well with a 1,000-gallon tank and pump house, extensive landscaping, barn and working pens, two large lakes and perimeter fencing with cross fences. This is the place you have been looking for. $2,500,000.

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Ranch on the Brazos Texas Metroplex v Hill County v Aquilla


This beautiful, spacious, ranch-style home on the Brazos River features a front and rear covered porch and a fenced yard. There is a barn with a working pen, and 150 acre feet of water rights will convey with sale. Owner will divide. $2,398,500.

Comanche County Hunter’s Paradise Northwest Texas v Comanche County v Gustine

Old World Hacienda Central Texas v Falls County v Kosse


Secluded and very private, this 4,800-squarefoot stone home has a swimming pool. A twostory guest home with a fireplace sleeps six.


This is one of the finest hunting properties on the market today. Fish in the year-round creek or swim in the spring-fed waters. Enjoy the views that seem to go on forever or take a walk under the tall trees. $574,896.

The property features a live creek, horse barn with stalls and horse pens. $985,000.

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KNC Ranch

Eric Williams 5984 N. State Highway 6 • Waco, TX 76712

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Central Texas v Falls County v Rosebud

Recently cleared of brush and underbrush, this property has a fabulous hilltop building site, scattered towering oak trees, a secluded end-of-the-road location and deep sandy soil perfect for horses and vegetables. This ranch lies 40 minutes from Waco or Temple. $129,000.

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


This is the perfect recreational property with the best of the best. Located in Coryell County between Gatesville, Crawford and Valley Mills, the property has two stock tanks and a large lake with lots of wildlife. The four-bedroom Austin stone home has a metal roof, two master suites, a viewing room, covered patio and a pool. $2,850,000.

Moody Cattle Ranch Central Texas v McLennan County v Moody


Just down the road from the Moody golf course, this great cattle ranch has some lower farm ground with four stock tanks. $1,527,500.

Duck Lake Central Texas v Robertson County v Eloise


This is recreational property at its finest with a 30-year wetland conservation easement. The east boundary is the Little Brazos River. A diverse habitat includes heavily wooded areas for deer and hogs and a natural wetland preserve in the Central Flyway for migratory birds. $228,600.

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Eric Williams 5984 N. State Highway 6 • Waco, TX 76712

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If you have been waiting and hoping for just the right home to come on the market in the Fredericksburg area, then today is the day you thought would never happen! This one has an unbelievable view, pool, a kitchen (you could hold a cooking class in) with commercialgrade appliances, covered outdoor kitchen and patio area to entertain that flows into the great room and 22 acres of Hill Country to enjoy. With an all-limestone exterior, standing-seam metal roof, great landscaping and only eight miles to downtown, this 3,300+-square-foot, three-bedroom, two- and one-half-bath home is ready for you to begin a new phase in your life. Trust your impulse

Hilltop Views

and act now.

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg


602 Acres

Just a stone’s throw from downtown Brady is where you find this 602-acre, high-fenced

Central Texas v McCulloch County v Brady

recreational ranch with a 15-acre mesa with a elevation of 1,820 feet and views for 10 to 20 miles in all directions. Now that is what you call a homesite in Texas! Already in place is a 6,400-square-foot shop to support the ranch toys, game processing and related activities. Feed pens and water distribution across the ranch are in place. There is excellent cover for game and 100± acres are in fallow cropland, ideal for food plots. The ranch has Highway 87 frontage and is surrounded by large ranches.


This fantastic structure was built eight years after the railroad was first introduced to the area in 1903. A totally remodeled interior (in 1984) with beautiful ceiling treatments and a tile roof replacement in 2009 complement the corbelled brickwork, segmented arches and cobblestone driveway leading you to the 100-year structure. Possible uses would surely include an art gallery, restaurant, attorney offices, corporate offices or retail sales operation. The just under 1.5 acres allow for ample parking or storage. Aggressively priced at only $389,000.

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Brady Train Depot Central Texas v McCulloch County v Brady


On Highway 16 North Texas Hill Country Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

Just seven miles north of Fredericksburg on State Highway 16, you will find this 162.1acre retreat and a very long list of amenities. One of the many benefits of living in the Hill Country area is the ability to have a home on a vista that has views for miles and miles overlooking thousands of acres. This property provides just such a setting for the main home, which is just under 5,000 square feet and consists of three levels, each with a deck to take in the views. Guesthouse extraordinaire will come to mind when you view this remarkable second home on this property, complete with pool and sauna. 100 acres are high fenced and a 7,200-square-foot shop will store the ranch equipment and supplies. One pond is in place and there are sites for additional to be built.

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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. $1,498,000.

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

Jacobs Properties

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

Hallmark Ridge

diversity, production, value and beauty. The 738 acres are ready for you to manage and hunt. The whitetail genetics are well on their

Texas Hill Country v Kimble County v Junction

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 building with a processing area and a large stainless steel walkin 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.

Alamosta Ranch Southeast Texas v Montgomery County v Montgomery


This unique Southwestern-style home has high ceilings, stone fireplace, walls of windows, patios on two sides and pleasant views across the rolling countryside. The full-featured kitchen is open to dining and living rooms for gracious entertaining. There is an automatic gate and paved circular drive, as well as a nine-stall concrete block barn with equipment lean-to on one side, 175-foot round pen, pond and fencing and cross-fencing. A shop/storage building completes the amenities of this outstanding small ranch. Just outside of Montgomery, the ranch is convenient to The Woodlands, Bryan/ College Station and Bush Intercontinental.

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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4B Ranch West Texas v Val Verde County v Loma Alta


If you’re looking for a lot of land for your dollar, this is it. This great 6,642-acre recreational and hunting ranch lies between Del Rio and Sonora off Highway 277. The ranch has good trees, grasses and brush, including live oak, shin oak, sotol, Texas kidneywood, blackbrush, persimmon, mesquite brush, little bluestem and sideoats grama. There are good elevation changes with plenty of cover for wildlife and an adequate bunkhouse and at south end of ranch. Accessed by deeded easement. Motivated seller. $3,290,000.

Bradfield Properties Corky Lindsey 29710 Hwy 281 N • Bulverde, TX 78163

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Rebecca Creek Ranch Central Texas v Comal County v Canyon Lake


This is a great opportunity to own a private ranch! This high-fenced 60-acre tract has stunning views of Canyon Lake and lies close to desired Smithson Valley High School and Middle School. It features multiple large terraces and building sites throughout, a seasonal creek and a tank. It is under wildlife exemption for low taxes, and the property can be subdivided into 5-acre tracts. Convenient to San Antonio and Austin. $899,000.

Chittim Ranch South Texas v Maverick County v Eagle Pass


This is a superb 5,680-acre hunting ranch, offered for the first time in four generations. It offers 6.4 miles of Highway 277 frontage about a quarter-mile from the new loop and sports complex. Comprised of four pastures of approximately 2000, 2000, 1000 and 600 acres, the ranch is game fenced on three sides with low-fenced frontage. There are nine tanks 30± feet deep. Brush includes blackbrush, whitebrush, guajillo, granjeno and huisache. 180-class whitetail have been killed on the ranch and a 205 was killed on a contiguous ranch. This ranch has only been hunted by family since 1996. Enjoy good hunting for waterfowl, white-wing dove, mourning dove, blue quail and bobwhite quail. There is plenty of caliche for ranch roads or a commercial enterprise, plus future commercial/industrial potential. $11,076,000.

Ackermann Ranch Central Texas v Uvalde County v Sabinal


This exceptional 1,029-acre ranch in eastern Uvalde County has approximately half a mile of Highway 90 frontage, rolling terrain with good elevation changes and nice views with oak-lined Ranchero Creek and Elm Creek traversing the property. There are several tanks, including one large one on the Ranchero. It offers a good mixture of South Texas brush and large oaks. Improvements include two houses, a cattle shed, working pens and several hay barns. There are four shallow wells and one Edwards well with domestic rights only. The property can also be accessed by county road off RR 187 and could be divided. $2,778,300.

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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 and Saskatchewan’s future is 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

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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

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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 represents an unusual opportunity to acquire a true operating ranch with enough size 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 authentic history. The Ranch is offered at $15,000,000 by one of Montana’s most respected ranching families.

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3,194-Acre MillionHeir Ranch Northwest Texas v Comanche County v Proctor


Southwest of Fort Worth and Stephenville near Proctor, this ranch has both sides of Highway 377, rolling native and improved coastal Bermuda land with live oaks. This ranch supports full-scale breeding, cutting and roping facilities on three different areas of the property. Improvements include a breeding barn, stallion barn, mare motel, show barn, main office, covered roping arena, covered cutting arena, homes, equipment barn, steel cattle pens, government-owned lake and extensive highway frontage. $11,735,000. View the property at

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Paradise Lake Estate Colorado v Eagle County v Vail


Just 30 minutes from the Vail Valley Jet Center, this fabulous retreat lies on 170 pristine acres within an hour of Vail and Beaver Creek Resorts. Overlooking a private lake and surrounded by creeks, sweeping meadows and BLM and U.S. Forest Service land, it is the perfect setting for a secluded estate. The main residence boasts over 6,000 square feet, and the property also includes a renovated guest cabin and reservoir. Allow yourself to be transported to the tranquil lifestyle of this magnificent estate.

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Ranch With a View


Central Texas v Austin County v Bellville

Set on a hill overlooking the pastures and distant pond, this ranch has it all: a nice ranch-style home, pool, ponds, guesthouse, barns, working pens and a creek on 76+ acres. The one-story home is 3,590 square feet (according to recent appraisal) with three bedrooms, three baths, an office, formal dining and a huge great room with high ceiling and antique fireplace mantel. You will love the king-sized master bedroom and bath with spa tub, shower, twin vanities and separate water closet. Stairs lead from the large wooden deck—which is partially covered—to the pool area where there is another patio and pergola covered by wisteria. The large barn has working pens, stalls, a squeeze chute, weigh scale, equipment/hay storage and office. An older barn and shed provide additional equipment/hay storage. The two-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse has a full kitchen and living/dining room overlooking the pond pasture. What makes this ranch really special is its location and land. It is surrounded by other large ranches on a quiet road and is ideally situated just an hour from Houston. $1,100,000. Linda Niehuus, 979 277-5391.

Rafter J Ranch


Central Texas Washington County v Brenham

This is a one-of-a-kind property in a spectacular setting on 107+ acres just outside of Brenham and centrally located between Austin, Houston and Bryan/College Station. There is an exquisite four-bedroom, three- and one-half-bath home with a flowing floor plan, French Country flair, 14-foot ceilings in the family and dining room and a chef’s kitchen with limestone counters. Outside, you will find an outdoor kitchen, saltwater pool and peaceful views. Exterior features include a beautiful rose garden, rolling improved pastures, scattered trees, excellent fencing and cross-fencing and pond. This is a perfect location for cattle, horses or relaxation! $2,450,000. Jo Ann Holba 979 885-8171.

Bella Flora Central Texas v Washington County v Chappell Hill


Framed by huge stately oak trees, this three-bedroom, three- and one-half-bath Georgian Colonial-style home has no detail overlooked. The large living room with paneled walls and built-ins is has several French doors leading to the many separate patios and gardens that overlook Ash Creek. The island kitchen has a six-burner range, plumbed to for a downdraft stove, three ovens, two sinks, dishwasher, ice maker and built-in refrigerator and a freezer. Each bedroom is en suite and has sitting areas. This estate consists of 61+ acres with an 8-acre creek/lake area and is a natural prairie for wildlife habitat. There is also a meeting house, maintenance building and barn. $1,995,000. Cathy Cole, 979 251-0603.


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Awe-Inspiring Views on Lake Bob Sandlin 392 Acres

Northeast Texas v Franklin County v Mt. Vernon


This grand, awe-inspiring, lodge-style stone home has a commanding view of Lake Bob Sandlin and nearly 3,000 feet of shoreline near Mt. Vernon. Custom-designed and completed in 2005, the home boasts quality throughout the 8,100± square-feet on 392 rolling, improved acres. The gourmet kitchen features a Dacor

eight-burner gas stove; double oven; granite island and countertops; two Bosch dishwashers; Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer and so much more. You feel on vacation 365 days a year with the view, the open floor plan with exposed wood beams and large see-through fireplace in the family and trophy rooms. There is beautiful post oak and slate flooring. The trophy room has a fantastic bar and 1,000-bottle wine storage. Relax on the screened-in porch with a fireplace or the saltwater pool-side gazebo with a fireplace. The gorgeous master suite has a fireplace and safe room. There is an office, game room and media and exercise rooms. The estate also features 11 ponds, a 22-acre stocked lake; a two-bedroom, one-bath lake cabin; a three-bedroom, two-bath manager’s home; and a three-bedroom, two-bath caretaker’s home, as well as equestrian, cattle-working and hay barns. $8,295,000.

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Only an hour from Dallas/ Fort Worth on quiet FM

DFW Hill Country Ranch

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

2,904± Acres

Texas Metroplex v Johnson County v Cleburne

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).

Red River Farm & Duck Club 665± Acres

Elm Mott Creek Ranch

Texas Metroplex Fannin County v Honey Grove


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 80 miles from Dallas. Lake Quail Haven is the centerpiece of the property and is intensively managed for Largemouth Bass. There are brood ponds for growing baitfish, 3.5-acre pond

895± Acres


Texas Metroplex v Johnson County v Cleburne

This awesome ranch is only one hour from Dallas/Ft. Worth in a scenic area near Bosque County. No hunting pressure and a large ranch next door make this an excellent recreational, hunting property with deer and turkey. There is a pretty limestone creek, several ridges, hilltops and impressive views. Live oaks, elm, sycamore, pecan trees, cedar and mesquite create excellent wildlife habitat. Prime building sites are numerous and there is also an exceptional food plot location along the creek. It is amazing that this ranch is still available! Priced to sell at $4,200 per acre ($3,756,257).

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 1-2 acre pond, BRA waterline crossing the ranch with water taps & troughs, 38± acres cultivation, live

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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. This is some of the best, most diverse land in Stephen’s County! Reduced $100,000 to $2,150 per acre ($1,556,600).


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 inviting trails. A winding road from a gated entry gently climbs through improved pastures framed by board fencing until it reaches the hilltop home. The ranch also features a swimming pool with gazebos, a four-stall horse barn with tack room, loafing sheds in the pastures fenced for horses, and a fruit orchard. $1,295,000.

Sentinel Hill Central Texas v Austin County v Cat Spring

MIJ9 Ranch Central Texas v Austin Co. v New Ulm


Located near the small town of New Ulm, these 31 acres are an exceptional find with woods, pasture, scenic pond, creek and privacy. The scenic setting showcases a

Grand Oaks Meadow

lovely home of 2,692 square feet with three bedrooms, two and a half baths, game room and carport. Front and back porches and an entertainment gazebo by the pond as well as a barn, equipment building and covered RV


Central Texas v Washington County v Burton

These 132 acres offer a large hay meadow dotted with patches of wildflowers, a rock-lined creek, a grove of large live oaks surrounded by areas of woods and road frontage on all sides. Hidden

parking result in a very custom farm in the within the trees, a frame house is ready to be brought back to life. This beautiful tract is perfect country. $699,000.

for the horse lover and has a prominent riding facility nearby. $9000 per acre.

Stone Haven


Southeast Texas v Waller County v Waller

The recently renovated, 6,083-square-foot stone house is situated on 15+ acres with a gated entrance, manicured lawn, wooded areas and a wet-weather creek. The five-bedroom, six-full and three-half-bath home includes beautiful architectural details incorporating stone walls, cathedral

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ceilings, exposed beams, six fireplaces and unique reclaimed items. In addition, the home has the

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Stunning Farm and Farmhouse Southeast Texas v Harris County v Tomball

Extraordinary features abound on this unique and beautiful 69±-acre property. As you enter the automatic entry gate, you find yourself in  a stunning pecan  orchard. There is a circular drive in front of the turn-of-the-century Victorian farmhouse built by a cabinet maker in 1914. The main house is more than 3,500 square feet and includes three/four bedrooms, two and a half baths and a U-shaped veranda. Enter the front door and step back into time. This home has been extensively and

meticulously updated to ensure it remains true to its original character. During construction, the finest grade of heart pine was used and many of the doors are original and made of cypress. Much of the hardware in the home is the original copper-plated tin. The parlor has hardwood floors, high ceilings, lots of windows and a fireplace with decorative tile inserts. The adjoining library has floor-to-ceiling shelving with a brass rail and movable ladder. A great-sized dining room features wood floors, a built-in glass door cupboard and brass lighting. The master bedroom is down with an enormous, custom closet that would be any woman's dream. The master bath has an oversized shower with double sinks and plenty of storage. The kitchen was added in 1980, but replicates the original farmhouse charm. This warm country kitchen has custom cabinets with ample storage, lots of counter space and a large, working chef's fireplace. Several other downstairs rooms make this floor plan very versatile. Upstairs are several bedrooms and a bath. The 1,100±-squarefoot guesthouse has two bedrooms, a bath, kitchen with granite countertops, large cedar closet, sitting room and large porch facing a lovely swimming pool. Outdoor features include extensive gardens with gazebo, statuary and many sitting areas for enjoying the native flowers and plants. The house sits in the center of a 55±-acre pecan grove that includes mixed, improved varieties that produce the best pecans in the area. The only certified organic farm in Harris County, it features 5 acres of certified farmland, two water wells, a drip irrigation system, an organic greenhouse, a preparation shed, an on-site market, a cool room, large barns and equipment barns, a three-car garage, fencing and cross-fencing. This unique and beautiful property is on the outskirts of Tomball and a short drive to downtown Houston. It also lies close to Hooks and Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Hometown C. Kay Whitaker 7214 FM 1488 #105 Magnolia, TX 77354

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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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3 Forks Ranch

48 Acres: Cutting Horse and Working Ranch Central Texas 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. The 48± acres come fully fenced with a gated entrance, separated pastures and paddocks from the horse barn. The office has direct access to the barn, has two large rooms, a half-bath and a wood-burning fireplace. The guesthouse has a full kitchen, two bedrooms, full bath and living space with a nice front porch for viewing the ranch. The property has an area for entertaining, games, bar, barbecue and an area for a band or dance floor. Priced to sell at $695,000.

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

David O. Faust 512 940-3300

Rick Doak 361 243-1040

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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. A floor-to-ceiling river rock wood-burning fireplace has gas jets and a rustic cedar mantel. The alder wood kitchen cabinets are topped with Amazon riverbed rainforest granite. The living area opens to a spacious back porch and patio area that overlooks the spring-fed lake. There is an additional garage/shop for all of your four-wheelers and equipment. Two water wells are tied together to supply the house and the lake. Two other ponds hold water well. Minerals are negotiable; the seller believes that they own 100%. Asking $2,600,000.

Trophy Brazos River Ranch 1,140 Acres

Texas Metroplex v Hill County v Lake Whitney


This ranch has it all... Just 80 minutes from DFW, with over one mile of frontage on the historic Brazos River. Significant water and mineral rights included. The land feels like the Texas Hill Country with beautiful oak trees, incredible chalk bluffs, creeks and several great fishing ponds. Highly improved with a large lodge, 10 miles of game fencing, extensive clearing, all-weather roads, staff housing, barns and all necessary equipment. This is one of the finest ranches to ever hit the market, with excellent upland bird hunting, a kennel of quality dogs, superior whitetail deer, exotics and great flyfishing on the Brazos. Having water rights has been a life saver this year, and the water rights will only become more valuable in the future. Structure the purchase to take advantage of the current tax law. This is a once in a lifetime investment opportunity that won’t last long. Offered at $7,950,000.

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Maverick Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Kim

Advanced Real Estate & Auction Jim Trent 719 469-2563 Ben Comenge 225 343-9152


The Maverick Ranch is located 50 miles south of La Junta on Highway 109. The property consists of a total of 38,094 acres: 33,294 deeded and 4,800 state leased. The ranch is one of the largest in the area, home to elk, mule deer, bears and bobcat, and has some of the most scenic mesa and canyon country in southeastern Colorado. It is a successful cow and calf operation with a carrying capacity of 975 to 1,150 cows and calves year-round. Maverick has excellent water, which includes 12 wells, 40 miles of pipeline, dirt tanks, springs and live water on the Smith Creek. Currently, Maverick has no lands that are under a conservation easement. Modestly priced at $295.50 per acre or $9,875,000. The owner is willing to lease back long term.

3,200+-Acre Cattle Ranch Central Texas v Navarro County v Corsicana


Within an hour’s drive of the DFW Metroplex, this sprawling cattle ranch includes a five-

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bedroom, four-bath main house; three-bedroom, one-bath manager’s house; four barns; a corral and hydraulic chute; 650+ cattle; 45 subdivided fenced pastures; as well as tractors, trailers and mowers. The 30 tank/ponds and one irrigation lake keep the tree-lined ranch roads beautiful and the livestock watered. Deer and dove inhabit the ranch year-round. Duck and turkey are seasonal visitors. Inclusive ranch priced at $2,500 per acre.

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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, Irg porch & earth stove. An.ideal retreat that is very accessible! $345,000 EDOM - CR 4815; 71+ acre pine forest w/ 4/4/3 custom home overlooking 2±-acre lake, guesthouse, 50x60 metal bldg w/water & septic. Reduced to $749,900! CADDO CREEK CLUB - New construction w/2,700+ sf, 3/3/3 w/wonderful views on 1.433 acres, 2-story craftsman plus all the club amenities such as pool, clubhouse, boat dock, 20-acre bass lake & more. $369,500 COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST - Magnificent custom designed 4BR/3B home w/2 wbfp and 3-acre spring-fed pond on 30 acres. Price reduced to $749,500! COUNTRY RESORT IN BROWNSBORO - 26.8 ac w/2 lakes, 5BR/4B house w/4,333 sf, pool, gameroom & outdoor kitchen. Lots of extras! Reduced to $799,000! ATHENS - 5BR/3F & 2HB home w/ formal liv/din areas, den w/wbfp, brick floors, gameroom, spacious deck, hot tub & 2 master bdrms surrounded by park-like setting. 13.517 acres w/pond, landscaped grounds & workshop. $495,000 SIMPLY STUNNING! 91 acres of rolling hills w/2 ac lake, 2010 3BRl2B Champion doublewide, barn, equipment storage in Brownsboro on CR 3600. $490,000 8250 TOLER POINTE - 4BR/3B Safari Waters beauty located on 5.043 acres of woods on corner lot w/sprinkler system, wbfp & more. Reduced to $398,000! THE BEST OF EAST TEXAS - 8040 Zebra Crossing w/5BR/4B custom home w/hand-crafted amenities, fabulous liv area & frontage on 5-acre spring-fed lake. Simply beautiful! Price reduced to $489,500. Adjacent 5 acres also available.

MANSION ON THE HILL – with 10-mile views. 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! ATHENS - 3/3/5/3 custom built home on a hill overlooking private lake. Beautiful setting, beautiful home! $695,000 EAST TEXAS LIVING - Custom 3BR/2FB & 2HB home on approx. 99.93 acres. Home has open floorplan, wbfp w/native iron ore rock finish & inground pool. Property has meadows, majestic hardwoods, 2 ponds & lake located adjacent to home. Reduced to $635,000! LAKE & WOODS - North of Grand Saline. Apprx. 296.326 partially wooded/open acres w/approx. 18-acre tree-lined lake, TX Hill Country designed 3BR/2B home w/wbfp, barn w/stables & abundant wildlife. Great recreational opportunity. $2,100,000 FOX MEADOWS - 54.807 ac w/4 ac spring-fed catch & release lake, incredible main house w/ 2982 sf, 3BR/2.5B & 3 car gar. 2BR/1B cottage w/fp, 2 duplex quest 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 ‘04, could be family compound, corporate retreat. Wildlife exemption in place. Reduced to $815,000! BEN WHEELER - 30 acres of mostly improved pastures (80%), wooded area, pond, creek, brick home w/3BR/2B, 2-car garage, outbuildings & sheds, new roof, paint & carpet. Move-in ready! Easy access - beautiful offering! $244,900 NORTH OF MURCHISON - Beautiful 70-acre farm w/2-acre 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 8489 TOLER POINTE in Safari Waters, private, gated add’n w/wildlife to admire. Brick w/stone accents. 5BR/4B w/4,145 sf, office & media room, 113 feet of water frontage on Toler Lake & 1.23acre lot of towering trees. PRICE REDUCED TO $425,000! Cost much, much more to rebuild! PICKENS SPUR AREA – 51 acres w/5-acre lake, nice farmhouse, garage apartment, 3 barns & improved pastures. Super nice place! Price reduced to $459,000!

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979 865-9459 Country Homes & Ranches: Southern Oaks 195 ac, Austin Co., $4,250,000 Sentinel Hill 53 ac, Austin Co., $1,295,000 Stone Haven 15.84 ac, Waller Co., $695,000 River Ridge Manor 13.78 ac, Austin Co., $699,000 MIJ9 Ranch 31 ac, Austin Co., $699,000 Kissing Oaks Circle 4 ac, Austin Co., $627,000

Alamosta Ranch

Acreage: Buenaventura Ranch 300 acres, Austin County, $3,375,000 Quiet Meadow Cabin 175 acres, Colorado County, $9,500 per acre Grand Oaks Meadow 132 acres, Washington Co., $9,000 per acre Old Washington Retreat 83 acres, Washington Co., $9,500 per acre Cross Roads Farm 89 acres, Austin County, $795,000 Bluebonnet Hill 67 acres, Austin Co., $10,000/acre

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512 940-3300 Rick Doak

361 243-1040

Austin Ranch page 42

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.  $2,595 per acre 231 acres, Gonzales County. Excellent cattle ranch. One lake, two tanks, pipe pens, well, elec. Good fence. Good dove hunting. $2,900 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. 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/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/acre Calhoun County, Port Lavaca, 187± acres. Excellent hunting and fishing. Borders Keller’s Creek with access to Keller’s bay. Trout, Reds & great duck/goose hunting with 3BR house ready to go this season. $554,334.50 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. Volume 62 Texas Farm&Ranch


Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC

Legacy Approved Properties

Dave Perry-Miller & Associates

214 616-1305 mobile 214 366-7776 office/fax

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972 588-8300 • Brian Smith

Garner Ranch: 182 Acres: Limestone County: Heavily wooded, great for recreation, ranching or development. $514,150 Peach Orchard: 159 Acres: Bell County: Hidden cattle ranch right outside of Temple. $508,800 Dawson Ranch: 86 Acres: Hill County: Great homesite potential with beautiful views. $184,900 Rock Hollow Ranch: 85 Acres: Limestone County: Huge rock outcropping makes this look like West Texas. $185,000 Thompson Gin Ranch: 60 Acres: Limestone County: Property features Main home, small home and a guest home with 3 stock tanks. $389,900 Coryell 55: 55 Acres: Coryell County: Fenced pasture allows for a nice horse/cattle ranch. $130,000 Hill County Dream: 54 Acres: Hill County: Improved grass for hay production. 2,640 SF home with wraparound porch. $375,000 Capstone River Property: 51 Acres: McLennan County: Beautiful country estate nestled along the banks of the Brazos River. $1,660,000 Packwood Creek: 31 Acres: Limestone County: Great locale for a weekend hunting getaway. $123,000 Hills of Childress Creek: 3.74 Acres: McLennan County: Perfect lot for the homeowner wanting a secluded creek front homesite. $104,900

HAMILTON COUNTY, 260 AC. 5 bedroom 5.5 bath lodge-style home; game managed; 10-15 acre spring-fed lake. 1.975MM MONTAGUE COUNTY, 176 AC. Timber frame home; guesthouse; workshop/qtrs; 20-ac lake; wooded; waterfowl, deer, turkey. 1.475MM WISE COUNTY, 196 AC. 20-stall show barn w/2 apts. Equipment & hay barns; improved rolling pastures. 1.470MM MONTAGUE COUNTY, 912 AC. Rolling terrain; 2/1 farmhouse; deer; turkey; hogs & creek. 2,600/Ac HUNT COUNTY, 75 AC. 4-bedroom home; excellent hunting; 2 stocked ponds; 3-stall barn; wildlife; guest house. 595K FANNIN COUNTY, 762 AC. Family Retreat; 7 homes; 30-acre lake; 15 ponds; trails; barn w/office; wildlife. 4,999,999 COLLIN COUNTY, 57 AC. 4/4.5 TX ranch-style home; 5-stall barn w/apt; feed barn; 4-acre lake; additional acres avail. 3.5MM HENDERSON COUNTY, 1,300 AC. Trophy B&C hunting ranch; 7/6 log lodge; 10-acre bass lake; wetlands; 3.5 miles Trinity River. 4.395MM HOPKINS COUNTY, 223 AC. Family/Corp. Retreat; 5 homes; trails; ponds; 10-acre lake; 12-stall barn w/ apartment. 2.3MM FREESTONE COUNTY, 105 AC. Horse farm w/ updated home; workshop/equip barn; barn w/apt; office; lab; room for 40 stalls; creek; hunt/fish. 695K

Fannin Co, 665. – Red River Farm & Duck Club, Lake Quail Haven, woods, food plots, lodge, deer, ducks, premier bass fishing. $2,695/ 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/ acre 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/ acre

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Volume 62 Texas Farm&Ranch ROBERT DULLNIG, Broker Assoc.

210 213-9700 2,912± AC. KINNEY CO. Elm Creek Ranch Good hunting. Brush, seasonal Elm Creek & tanks. Low fence. Trophy whitetail, turkey, quail, dove, etc. Minerals. 2,310± AC. FRIO CO.  Black Creek Ranch First time offer. 9 tanks. 5 wells. Seasonal Black Creek. Farming, cattle or hunting, 1 hr. from San Antonio. 2,275± AC. FRIO CO. Live Oak Creek Ranch Raw red dirt & exceptional brush, 1 hr from San Antonio. Low-fenced hunting in Big Deer country! 1,750± AC. ZAVALA CO. Lleguas Ranch Great hunting! 1 well, 3 tanks, 3 S high-fenced. Good brush & soils. Deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs & fish. 1,546± AC. ZAVALA CO. Rio Leona Ranch Leona River & high protein brush. Phenomenal deer, turkey, quail, dove , hogs. Low fence. 80± mi. SW of San Antonio. 1,086± AC. JIM WELLS CO. Chiltipin Creek Ranch 60% improved pastures for cattle/ hunting. 40% trees/ brush. Chiltipin Creek, 1 tank, 2 wells. 945± AC. ZAVALA CO. Big Wells Low fenced; ready for improvements! 1500’ Carrizo irrig. well - 8’’ casing. Trophy deer, turkey, quail, dove, etc. 900± AC. DUVAL CO. George West Great hunting - Ready for improvements. Creek drainages & brush support great deer, quail & turkey. 900± AC. DIMMIT/ ZAVALA CO. Loma Alta Ranch This ranch has it all! 1 well, 2-3± acre lake, 5 tanks, 2 pivots. 100 ac. food plot. High fenced. Great Hunting! 640 AC. ATASCOSA CO. Charlotte Recreation 45 min. from San  Antonio. 1 domestic well for cattle trough & stock tank. Creek  drainages. Cattle pens. Low fenced. 603± AC. UVALDE/ REAL CO. Camp Wood Recreational getaway offers good hunting with breathtaking views. Ready for improvements. Deer, turkey, free-ranging exotics, etc.

512± AC. JIM WELLS CO. Los Indios Ranch Cattle & hunting ranch; owned for 13+ years. San Diego Creek attracts deer, turkey, hog, quail & dove. 320± AC. ZAVALA CO. La Pryor Great turnkey hunting. Awesome brush in renown hunting area. Nice home, bunkhouse, road system & 1 water well. Minerals. 319± AC. UVALDE CO. Bishop Farm Lowfenced, non-irrigated cultivated farmland. Good fertile soils once in cotton; now in oats, milo & wheat. 317± AC. DIMMIT CO. Big Wells Highfenced hunting. Good brush. Strong subsurface water avail. Home. Carrizo well. Blinds & feeders. Deer, turkey, hogs, dove & quail. 100± AC. ZAVALA CO. La Pryor Perfect size, low fence hunting. Good soil, brush & location. Deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs.

King Land & Water LLC Visit for more info. James King, Agent /Tammy King Broker

Ron Byrne & Associates Real Estate 285 Bridge Street Vail, Colorao 81657

970 476-1987 Paradise Lake Estate Colorado * Eagle County * Vail Just 30 minutes from the Vail Valley Jet Center, this fabulous retreat lies on 170 pristine acres within an hour of Vail and Beaver Creek Resorts. Overlooking a private lake and surrounded by creeks, sweeping meadows and BLM and U.S. Forest Service land, it is the perfect setting for a secluded estate. The main residence boasts over 6,000 square feet, and the property also includes a renovated guest cabin and reservoir. Allow yourself to be transported to the tranquil lifestyle of this magnificent estate.

432 426-2024 office Kennedy Ranch: 2,989 acres, Near Marfa, Presidio Co. This property is home to many species birds, raptors, songbirds and game birds along with desert mule deer and javelina. This is Chihuahuan Desert hunting at its best $486/ac for a total of $1,927,479 Bat Cave Ranch: 3,001 Acres, Jeff Davis Co. Davis Mountains ranch inside the famous “Scenic Loop” Great mountain views. 20 miles west of Ft. Davis, Texas. $1,950/acre or $5,851,950 Alamito Creek Ranches: 320 to 850 acres, Presidio Co. Six ranch properties that range in size from 300 to 850 acres. Ownership allows use of Alamito Creek Preserve, a 1,061-acre nature preserve of cottonwood groves and creek bottom. Paved highway to Marfa 25 minutes away. Starting at $600,000. Marfa Ranch Ltd. Tract 15: Presidio Co. 7 miles west of Marfa fronting on Highway 90. There is an abundance of groundwater and a submersible well with electricity on the property. $1,250/ac or $866,500 Marfa Ranch Ltd Tract 13: 701.27 Acres, Presidio Co. Property is subject to a conservation easement that allows the building of a headquarters complex, recreation, hunting, and planned grazing, but does not allow further subdivision. $1,150/ac or $866,260

RE/MAX HOMETOWN 713 898-2788 281 300-0997 GRANITE RIDGE RANCH: Anderson, TX. Grimes County. All lots are wooded. Horses are allowed. Restricted Subdivision. LOT 15. 15.56 ACRES $132,311.00 LOT 16. 24.99 ACRES $199,960.00 LOT 17. 43.19 ACRES $323,900.00 LOT 18. 34.72 ACRES $260,468.00 LOT 20. 22.8 ACRES $225,000.00 LOT 21. 30.72 ACRES $307,210.00 LOT 22. 36.52 ACRES $365,220.00 LOT 23. 17.19 ACRES $189,000.00 LOT 24. 14.22 ACRES $156,400.00 LOT 25. 16.76 ACRES $167,600.00 LOT 26. 13.98 ACRES $139,880.00 LOT 28. 25.13 ACRES $251,700.00 LOT 30. 23.68 ACRES $248,700.00 LOT 31. 19. 27 ACRES $202,500.00

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Republic Ranches

Rolling Oaks Ranch

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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 Jackson Co. 2,451 Ac. north of Edna. Outstanding waterfowl, quail, cattle/rice at great price. $4,889,745 Henderson Co. 1,504 Ac. outside Athens. Three bass Lakes, two creeks, great views & hunting. $4,815,000 Erath/Eastland Cos. 1,100 Ac. Great ranch close to Fort Worth. Genetics and high fence. $3,795,000 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. 553 Ac. Near Athens. 35 ac bass lake, fantastic terrain, woods, 4,000 sf home. $3,240,000 Cameron Co. 21 Ac. near South Padre. Old style Hacienda on grapefruit farm. $3,000,000 Henderson Co. 720 Ac. near Larue. Rolling hills with Great pastures and wooded creeks. $2,088,000 Hunt Co. 768 Ac. Near Rockwall. Good working ranch with home and duck marshes. $1,920,000 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. 204 Ac. Near Eustace. Several ponds, rolling terrain. 4 BR home, imp. pastures. $995,000 Brazoria Co. 365 Ac. outside Lake Jackson. Gentleman’s ranch w/great barn and water. $985,500 Henderson Co. 152 Ac. Brownsboro area. Wooded Acreage with 30 acre lake. $765,000 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 hunter’s dream close to Houston. $385,047 Several Unlisted Large S. TX Ranches w/Minerals.

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