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16...........Leon...................... 73 23...........Lampasas............. 96 50...........Medina................. 55 53...........Austin................... 99 55...........Comal................... 33 55...........Bexar.................... 60 57...........Karnes................... 57 89...........Lampasas............. 96 95...........Austin................... 99 97...........Travis..................... 63 105.........Colorado.............. 99 122.........Medina................. 54

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385......... Travis..................... 68

182......... Gillespie............... 85

103......... Collin.................... 94

403......... Lee...................... 109

186......... Bandera................ 82

119......... Erath..................... 32

WEST

407......... Comal................... 43

187......... Bandera................ 83

2,022...... Palo Pinto............. 45

80...........Presidio................ 71

415......... Uvalde.................. 52

192......... Bandera................ 53

3,571...... Parker................... 45

872.........Val Verde.............. 27

440......... Medina................. 54

213......... Gillespie............... 85

445......... Bosque................. 76

214......... Bandera................ 35

453......... Falls.................... 101

233......... Kerr....................... 67

467......... Lampasas............. 36

237......... Kerr..................... 102

534......... Bell........................ 87

284......... Bandera................ 52

540......... McCulloch............ 88

287......... Kerr....................... 61

598......... Washington........ 103

304......... Bandera................ 67

604......... Leon...................... 75

305......... Kerr....................... 59

639......... Uvalde.................. 67

305......... Kendall................. 47

651......... Concho................. 79

310......... Bandera................ 33

654......... Williamson........... 86

312......... Mason................... 78

688......... Leon...................... 74

315......... Gillespie............... 46

1,150...... Leon...................... 73

317......... Bandera................ 34

NORTHWEST

1,200...... Uvalde.................. 67

336......... Kerr....................... 27

2,240...... Mitchell................. 45

1,605...... Falls.................... 101

342......... Llano..................... 98

1,826...... Uvalde.................. 31

377......... Kerr....................... 35

2,985...... Menard................. 42

410......... Kendall................. 31

SOUTH

11,889.... Kinney................... 44

411......... Kendall................. 62

17,132.... Uvalde.................. 14

458......... Real....................... 51

HILL COUNTRY 4............. Kerr....................... 88 6............. Gillespie............... 85 10........... Bandera................ 89 16........... Burnet................... 57 23........... Hays.................... 109 27........... Bandera................ 83 38........... Bandera................ 83 42........... Real..................... 102 51........... Mason................... 79 55........... Bandera................ 31 67........... Gillespie............... 88 77........... Bandera................ 55 80........... Kendall................. 53 83........... Gillespie............... 84 84........... Kerr....................... 24 86........... Bandera................ 53 86........... Bandera................ 57 86........... Kendall................. 38

131.........Caldwell............... 81

99........... Kerr....................... 26

137.........Williamson........... 89

101......... Gillespie............... 47

155.........Uvalde................ 110

103......... Bandera................ 51

184.........Leon...................... 74

108......... Kerr....................... 23

231.........Medina................. 55

123......... Kendall................. 57

238.........Washington........ 108

130......... Kerr....................... 84

272.........McCulloch............ 31

131......... Gillespie............... 88

461......... Real....................... 49 536......... Bandera................ 54 543......... Gillespie............... 84 552......... Kerr....................... 63 554......... Gillespie............... 22 620......... Bandera................ 44 639......... Kendall................. 40 640......... Kimble.................. 89 645......... Kendall................. 44 727......... Kimble.................. 86 744......... Kimble.................. 78 754......... Real....................... 18 776......... Blanco.................. 66 900......... Gillespie............... 46 1,144...... Blanco.................. 79 1,232...... Edwards................ 87 1,425...... Hays...................... 66

NORTHEAST 40........... Henderson......... 104 40........... Henderson......... 104 40........... Henderson........... 92

1,266......Brewster............... 71 1,500......Val Verde.............. 87 1,895......Val Verde.............. 46 2,963......Hudspeth............. 71 3,177......Brewster............... 71

82........... Van Zandt........... 104

4,772......Jeff Davis............ 108

100......... Upshur................ 105

5,675......Val Verde.............. 64

664......... Anderson.............. 72

7,800......Val Verde.............. 69

720......... Henderson........... 92

8,300......Val Verde.............. 70

2,000...... Wood.................. 104

10,245....Brewster............... 97

31........... Bee..................... 110 168......... Zavala................... 33 300......... Duval.................... 58 312......... Dimmit.................. 33 325......... Frio....................... 65 329......... La Salle................. 55 446......... Victoria................. 82

10,800....Terrell.................... 71 10,900....Terrell.................... 70 11,681....Presidio................ 68 11,919....Pecos.................... 70 12,500....Presidio................ 70 13,468....Pecos.................... 69 20,944....Val Verde.............. 64 24,164....Terrell.................... 69 25,667....Pecos.................... 69 45,393....Hudspeth............. 68

Outside the Region

894......... Victoria................. 66

COLORADO

1,185...... Starr...................... 61

128.........Moffat................. 107

1,513...... La Salle................. 62

344.........Moffat................. 107

1,765...... McMullen........... 100

506.........Moffat................. 107

2,097...... Live Oak............... 65

810.........Archuleta............ 108

2,703...... La Salle................. 65

1,300......Chaffee............... 106

2,705...... Live Oak............... 30

10,350....Routt................... 108

2,892...... La Salle................. 42

MEXICO

718......... Zavala................... 65

3,015...... Dimmit.................. 28 8,100...... Jim Hogg............. 20

40,893....Kino Bay............. 108

1,460...... Hays...................... 66

SOUTHEAST

1,493...... Edwards................ 86

28........... Walker................ 103

1,581...... Kimble.................. 93

612.........Powell................. 108

30........... Walker................ 103

1,688...... Real....................... 50

678.........Stillwater............... 91

55........... Matagorda........... 87

1,711...... Mason................... 78

2,295......Deer Lodge.......... 90

130......... Jefferson.............. 57

2,500...... Kerr....................... 82

2,636......Madison............... 90

147......... Montgomery........ 57

3,160...... Kendall................. 78

3,050......Lewis and Clark.... 91

165......... Montgomery........ 80

4,040...... Mason................... 41

3,550......Madison............... 91

297......... Walker................ 103

5,510...... Kerr....................... 64

8,455......Big Horn............... 90

335......... San Jacinto........... 81

5,784...... Kerr....................... 41

493......... Walker................ 103

6,378...... Edwards................ 64

894......... Walker.................. 80

MONTANA

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282.........Uvalde.................. 55

150......... Kendall................. 43

289.........Falls.................... 101

160......... Kerr....................... 60

312.........Kinney................... 25

161......... Hays...................... 68

METROPLEX

965......... Walker................ 103

340.........Madison............... 75

168......... Mason................... 79

1............. Parker................. 101

1,514...... Walker.................. 95

WYOMING 5,175......Johnson................ 91 12,388....Johnson................ 90

1,185...... Walker.................. 95

358.........Medina............... 110

168......... Kimble.................. 47

40........... Erath..................... 96

1,837...... San Jacinto........... 95

373.........Gonzales.............. 56

175......... Gillespie............... 89

100......... Erath..................... 60

1,970...... Polk....................... 95

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6 Collin 6 48 Cooke 85 Dallas 65 Denton 104 Ellis 100 Erath 50 Fannin 49 Grayson 126 Hill 101 Hood 67 Hunt 103 Johnson 105 Kaufman 127 Navarro 82 Palo Pinto 83 Parker 86 Rockwall 102 Somervell 84 Tarrant 64 Wise

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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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5 Archer 4 44 Baylor 122 Brown 98 Callahan 46 Clay 121 Coleman 123 Comanche 33 Cottle 99 Eastland 78 Fisher 34 Foard 27 Hardeman 60 Haskell 63 Jack 79 Jones 43 Knox 95 Mitchell 47 Montague 96 Nolan 120 Runnels 77 Scurry 80 Shackelford 81 Stephens 59 Stonewall 97 Taylor 61 Throckmorton 36 Wichita 35 Wilbarger 62 Young

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63 Angelina 1 226 Brazoria 213 Chambers 225 Fort Bend 227 Galveston 200 Hardin 212 Harris 235 Jackson 182 Jasper 214 Jefferson 199 Liberty 236 Matagorda 211 Montgomery 183 Newton 201 Orange 180 Polk 165 Sabine 164 San Augustine 198 San Jacinto 179 Trinity 181 Tyler 197 Walker

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he 17,132-acre Rancho Agua Grande, located 25 miles northwest of Uvalde is one of largest live water ranches for sale in Texas. Year-round Live Oak Creek, fed by more than 30 springs, bisects the ranch from north to south for about seven miles. The ranch is home to Boiling Mountain, the highest peak in Uvalde County, and Salmon Peak, the highest point in Kinney County. Because three ecoregions converge on the ranch, the vegetation is diverse. Wildlife gathers to drink at Live Oak Creek making it easy to view some of the more than 40 species of exotics that roam the ranch. Native game includes whitetail, turkey, dove and limited quail. Rancho Agua Grande is considered one of the nation’s premier hunting destinations. More than 50 miles of high-fence encircle the perimeter. v To see Rancho Agua Grande, contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. Available for $100 million.

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he 754-acre, high-fenced Double J Ranch in Real County is a Coloradolike property in the Texas Hill Country. Located on Hwy 337 between Leakey and Vanderpool, the ranch is about 10 minutes from Lost Maples State Park. Dramatic elevation changes, majestic views, crystalline springs and two lakes, one of which is newly constructed and 33 feet deep at the dam, define the landscape. Improvements are nestled in a deep canyon providing complete privacy. Call the three-bedroom, two-bath log cabin and a four-bedroom, two-bath guest lodge home. Entertain in the 19.2 x 19-foot outdoor kitchen and stunning 52.75 x 31.75foot swimming pool, hot tub and fireplace. Wildlife ranging from whitetail deer and turkeys to aoudad and axis abound. The large barn is outfitted with a walk-in cooler. The ranch is ideally suited as a corporate retreat, family getaway or hunting destination. Call Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815 to see the Double J, priced at $5.95 million. v FarmAndRanch.com

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he 8,100¹ acre Rancho Estrella, located 42 miles southwest of Hebbronville, provides incredible hunting and superlative privacy. Rancho Estrella, which has been managed for wildlife for almost 30 years, is divided into four pastures and completely highfenced. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, bobwhite and scaled quail, Rio Grande turkeys, javelina, dove and feral hogs as well as a full complement of desirable exotics. The well-managed brush country habitat, also suitable for cattle, is supplemented with protein feeders and food plots. Rancho Estrella has nine water wells, four stock tanks, and more than 30 wildlife waterers. The ranch has two separate living compounds each featuring a main lodge, apartments and casitas. The four-bedroom, four-bath owner’s home is located in Brush Pasture compound. The ranch has been a hunting destination and a corporate retreat and could easily be a commercial hunting operation. Contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815 to schedule a showing. Available for $30 million. v

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he 554± acre-Double B Ranch and Resort, located just 20 minutes from Fredericksburg and 15 minutes from Kerrville, is the bestpriced live-water property available in Gillespie County. Three year-round, springfed, live water creeks crisscross the ranch. The Double B hosts commercial hunts for native, exotic and super African exotics, and special events including weddings and corporate retreats. The 10,000-square-foot lodge can sleep up to 45 guests. Beaux Hickey’s, a 5,600-square-foot open air pavilion, is a special events destination for up to 250. The three-story main house encompasses 6,000 square feet while the three-bedroom, twobath ranch house and three cabins provide guest accommodations. Ranch infrastructure includes five water wells, a 12-stall horse barn and several large storage buildings. To see the Double B, contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. Available for $5.95 million.


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Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Hunt

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he Flowing River Ranch, located about 10 minutes south of Hunt in Kerr County, offers the rare opportunity to purchase 108± acres of undeveloped land on the Guadalupe River’s south fork. The south fork, known for its high water quality and stunning scenery, courses through the ranch for about 1,200 feet, giving the owner private access. The property fronts Highway 39. The ranch, with gently rolling terrain shaded by mature post oaks and live oaks, offers a selection of potential building sites. The native vegetation and plentiful water attract wildlife. To experience Flowing River Ranch, contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. Available for $4.75 million.

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ROCKING W RANCH 84±

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$2,200,000

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t 84.09± acres, Rocking W Ranch, located between Kerrville and Comfort, is easily manageable. Spring-fed Bluff Creek transects the low-fenced ranch, which also has a commercial water well permitted for pumping up to five million gallons annually. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, axis deer and turkeys. The main house is 4,050± square feet of custom comfort with two or three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. The nearby 2,400± square-foot “barn house,” provides guest lodging. Ranch infrastructure includes: a 40’x60’ equipment barn; a 20’x75’ concrete pad with a barn awning; a 10’x60’ mobile home pad; a 12’x20’ utility barn with three attached horse stalls and a 40’x50’ livestock pen. To explore the Rocker W, contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. Available for $2.2 million.


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KINNEY COUNTY

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$1,200,000

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he 312-acre, high-fenced Rockin’ L Ranch, located 13 miles west of Brackettville and transected by Big Perdido Creek, is perfect for a family hunting retreat, full-time residence or a commercial hunting operation. The ranch has four, three-quarter-acre fully outfitted deer breeding pens. All breeder deer and wildlife-related equipment transfer with the sale. The lodging compound contains three metal-roofed, red cedar log cabins ranging from 900 to 1,500 square feet. The 30x40square-foot concrete block barn includes a walk-in cooler. Every major improvement is less than a year old. To see Rockin’ L Ranch, contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. Available for $1.2 million.

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V & K RANCH 99Âą

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KERR

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he V&K Ranch, located in Kerr County just minutes from Kerrville, is an ideal place to call home. With two electronically-controlled entrances off of Freedom Trail Road, the 99.38 acre property is easily accessible. The classic Hill Country high-fenced ranch is divided into two 50-acre pastures. The land has been managed so it retains its natural character while providing a home to blackbuck antelope, elk, and Sika deer as well as native whitetail. There are three wells on the property. The 3,274-squarefoot adobe house, reminiscent of Santa Fe, features three bedrooms and three baths. A two-bedroom, two-bath guest house is nearby. The ranch also features two barns. To see the V&K Ranch contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. Available for $1.695 million.

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336 RANCH 336±

ACRES AVAILABLE FOR

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he 336 Ranch, located 28 miles northwest of Kerrville in Kerr County just three miles from I-10, provides the opportunity to create a ranch to your own exacting specifications. Its fences encompass bottom land along the seasonal creek as well as rolling hills and slightly higher elevations with three-mile views. With wildlife management in mind, 95 percent of the ashe juniper has been removed. Three bulk protein feeders, six corn feeders and all hunting blinds transfer with the property. Wildlife includes native whitetail, wild turkey and a host of exotics. The Tightlock® fence is less than five years old. To see 336 Ranch, contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. Available for $3,295 per acre.

LAKE AMISTAD RANCH West Texas v Val Verde County v Del Rio

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icturesque Lake Amistad Ranch, with four miles of lake frontage, is the ultimate recreational water property. Delight in hunting wild game or hiking in the hills of this scenic 872.6± acres property, located only 25 minutes north of Del Rio. Native game include whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, and javelina. A four-bedroom, threebath stucco home with wood-burning fireplace provides true Texas comfort. Other amenities include a barn, one water well, one tank, and perimeter fencing. This property is versatile and well-suited for development, a corporate retreat, recreational camp or a private getaway. Contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. Available for $2.6 million.

872±

ACRES AVAILABLE FOR

$2,600,000

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his exceptional property is the ultimate showplace ranch, and one of the last great land dynasties in Texas. Established in the early 1980s as Crawford Farms, the ranch earned a reputation as one of the finest quarter horse facilities in the world. Comprising 3,015± acres of fertile land in Dimmit County, this stunning ranch is just minutes to the legendary town of Carrizo Springs, with its paved airstrip, and just 2 hours from San Antonio International Airport. An impressive paved driveway lined with 300± pecan trees forms a canopy entry to this stunning ranch, which has been featured on “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.” Visited by sultans, sheiks, CEOs and entertainment industry moguls, this ranch was designed to grandly entertain even the most discriminating guest. Known in elite international circles as one of the finest show horse facilities in the world, for many years Crawford Farms served as the home of the Masters, America’s most prestigious cutting horse event. The natural beauty of the landscape, combined with carefully-designed improvements have resulted in a stunning environment that provides numerous recreational opportunities including trophy bass fishing, trophy whitetail deer hunting, a state-of-theart skeet and trap range, a world-class equestrian center and an exceptional venue for everything from corporate events to VIP parties to personal recreation and retreats. v

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GAME-FENCED “RESORT-STYLE� RARE FIND! 2,705 ACRES

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South Texas v Live Oak County v George West

n Live Oak/McMullen counties and 1.5 hours to San Antonio. Outside the lodge, the main compound has two additional four-suite, four-bath guest houses totaling eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms! This compound has one of the finest resort-style pools I have ever seen with waterfalls, grotto, swim-up bar, hot-tub, fire pits, two outdoor cook areas, landscaping, outdoor lights, sound and TV entertainment system, giant fireplace, covered and open patios creating a year-round atmosphere! Features a large fishing lake with pier, several ranch stock tanks, approximately one mile of Lagarto Creek frontage and other wet weather draining to create other water or lake features. There are approximately 21 miles of game-proof fencing, high fenced into multiple pastures for whitetail deer and exotics! Other improvements include quality deer handling/breeding facility, 23 deer breeder pens, three large metal barns/workshops, walk-in cooler, five water wells, and miles of underground water lines throughout the ranch with quail and livestock watering troughs. Four additional homes on the property.

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ut of Africa, into Texas! 1,826-acre ranch in Uvalde County offers end-ofthe-road privacy, is just minutes to Uvalde LEGENDARY MORANI RIVER RANCH and only 90 minutes to San Antonio! Run as a Central Texas v Uvalde County v Uvalde commercial hunting business since 2009 and has a growing client list of over 1,500. Three sources of revenue: sale of exotic hunts, sale of trophy whitetail hunts and the sale of live exotics to other ranches and breeders. This ranch is a well-run machine with a team in place! Lakeside, state-of-the-art main lodge with 6,000± square-feet overlooking your own fishing lake. Trophy room, bar area, game area, gourmet kitchen, guest suites, owner’s suite with private kitchen and office area! Sleeps approximately 16. Swimming pool, swim-up bar area, patio, fire pit area, entertaining system and large rock fireplace! TexasBestRanches.com

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00 year-old wood home built by the infamous Timber and Stone Company. Then add gourmet gas kitchen, office, two fireplaces, party pavilion with bar and outdoor cook area, pool, spa, hilltop three-bed, two-bath lodge, cabin, barn, carport and workshop area, deer breeder pens, spring-fed lake, giant whitetail deer, axis, elk, blackbuck, fallow, walk-in cooler, three water wells. End-of-road privacy. Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013.

TEXAS BEST HISTORIC FREDERICKSBURG! LIVE WATER! GAME-FENCED OUTDOORSMAN PARADISE! - 410± ACRES

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ronting on Hwy 377 north of sought after Brady, Texas. Approximately 7± acre fishing lake with two piers, nice hilltop four bedroom, two-and-one-half bath home, tremendous variety for hunting, cattle, horses, hay production—you name it—this place has it. Also has hunters’ cabin, equipment barn/workshop, great cattle pens and horse paddocks, two water wells and community water. Call Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013.

ust 20 minutes to Bandera, this property is quite private. Great views with lots of trees. Nice barn with apartment, septic, electricity and a well is everything you need to get started. High-fenced compound for barn and homesite. High fenced on one side and potential for water development, this gem won’t last long. Call Lance Soele, 210-542-6065.

TEXAS BEST! OUTDOORSMAN/RANCHER’S PARADISE! 272± ACRES

Central Texas v McCulloch County v Brady

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TEXAS BEST HORSEMAN’S COMPLEX – RARE & UNIQUE 119 ACRES

Texas Metroplex v Erath County v Stephenville

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hese 119± acres are minutes to Stephenville, and only an hour to Dallas! Gorgeous hilltop two-story ranch house with three master suites, pool/ patio area, fishing lake, two small ponds, guest house, three water wells, one of the state’s best and largest private covered riding arenas with 12 stalls, two paddocks, eight-car garage, and upstairs party/game cooking area with large bar. Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013.

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M BIG LAKE 310 ACRES

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inutes to New Braunfels, San Antonio or Bulverde! Private electric gate with paved driveway, awesome two-story, hill-top 4,200±-square-foot home with five bedrooms, three and a half-baths, rock exterior, large gourmet bright and open granite kitchen, custom cabinets, awesome screened breezeway, swimming pool, fire pit and entertaining area, and skeet range.

inutes to sought after Bandera and only 45 minutes to San Antonio shops, restaurants, medical center and the historic San Antonio Riverwalk! Awesome crystal clear, approximately 30± acre lake offering fishing, boating, waterfowl hunting and an outdoorsman’s paradise! Game fenced with lots of native wildlife and some exotic animals! Then add a boat dock, small barn, giant trees, great usable land with lots of gently rolling terrain. Rare and unique at its best, won’t last! Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013.

TEXAS BEST RARE & UNIQUE HILL COUNTRY ESTATE 55 ACRES

Central Texas v Comal County v New Braunfels

SOUTH TEXAS BEST, RARE FIND! 312± ACRES

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inutes to sought after Carrizo Springs, Texas, known for its giant South Texas deer, great dove and quail hunting and the best of South Texas. This is a great all-around variety place ready to go. Nice camp compound, electricity, bunk house, equipment barn, party pavilion with fire pit, nice blinds and feeders, two nice fishing/dove hunting tanks with piped water, giant thick brush, seasonal creek, good roads and paved access. Fed year-round and game managed! Won’t last! Call Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013.

SOUTH TEXAS “NUECES RIVER” 168± ACRES

South Texas v Zavala County v La Pryor inutes to La Pryor, Texas! Great deep and wide usable Nueces River, big thick wild and woolly brush, good roads, hunter’s dream. Call Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013.

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RARE FIND, BEST LIVE WATER! 317 ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Medina

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hese 317± acres are minutes to Medina or Kerrville and approximately 45 minutes to San Antonio! The 7,000±-square-foot, one-story Sisterdale rock home has a gourmet granite kitchen, three fireplaces, courtyard, outdoor kitchen, fire pit, 5± acre crystal-clear stocked lake with hundreds of cypress trees up and down both sides! A second spring-fed creek. Will not be beat, so go look at the rest and then come see Texas best! Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013.

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TEXAS BEST LIVE-WATER PARADISE! 214 ACRES

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oth sides of two truly amazing rock bottom, crystal-clear, live running creeks with six dams, rock ledges and limestone formations, waterfalls, rapids, deep holes, and many springs. Three cabins, well, electric and barn! A must see and only one hour to San Antonio! Call Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013.

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hese 377± acres in Kerr County are minutes to Kerrville and only 20 minutes to historic Fredericksburg! A great opportunity to have the ranch life and be close to town! Paved access with electric gate entry heading down to your own private and secluded little spectacular piece of heaven! Waterfront and water’s edge main 377 ACRES home with three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, three car garage and approximately Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville 3,500± square-feet. This home features a large fireplace and an awesome porch at water’s edge overlooking your own limestone-bottom, crystal clear, spring-fed pond. Then add two great, crystal clear stocked lakes with waterside pavilion, dock, outdoor cook area and a charming lakeside guest house; as wells as two water wells, cement crossings, Hwy 16 frontage and awesome rock outcroppings. The ranch is totally high-fenced with native whitetail deer, Axis deer, fallow deer and turkey. The property has been family owned for many years and has been game managed for approximately 15± years. A great place with great water, a great location and even has pizza delivery! This ranch is hard to compare to others; you must see to fully appreciate! Priced to sell; this one won’t last. Call Lance Soele, 210-542-6065, or Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013.

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TEXAS BEST!

ALL-AROUND VARIETY LIVE-WATER CHAMPION! 467± ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Lampasas & Burnet Counties v Lampasas

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inutes to Lampasas and approximately 45 minutes to Austin, Texas. Paved access with electric gate entry up to your fabulous hilltop estate. Approximately 5,300± square-feet, includes three bedrooms, four baths, two half-baths, office, game room, fabulous gourmet kitchen, awesome patio, porch and pool all overlooking the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Both sides of crystal clear Mesquite Creek with dam, waterfall, deep holes and rock bottom with great rock formations. Rare and unique creek side house having approximately 4,800-square-feet. Includes three bedrooms, four bathrooms, foreman’s house, rustic cabin, two ponds, four tanks, six pastures, community water, large barn with concrete floor, horse/cattle barn with three stalls, approximately 1,200-square-foot commercial building, great usable land with nice wooded area. Call Jeff Soele, 210-705-4013. v

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Estancia Ranch Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Boerne

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verlooking 86.2 acres of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, a Gustavo Arredondo designed 7,664-square-foot Mediterranean mansion awaits. Situated just onehalf mile off Hwy 46, a luxury gated community called Estancia, a 1,000-acre sanctuary just minutes from the shops along the renowned Boerne Hill Country Mile. Once you enter the Estancia gates, follow the paved road through its hills and pastures to this magnificent and private estate. At 334 Estancia Lane, guests are welcomed by private wrought iron gates. Follow the stained concrete drive and cross over a picturesque bridge, waterfalls, lakes and Koi ponds to the home’s courtyard entrance. The home offers five bedrooms and sixand-a-half baths with the separated master retreat wing. The spacious custom master closet is three levels and designed impeccably to switch out seasonal wardrobes for convenience within one space. Every angle of the home features custom touches, such as the brick inlaid ceiling at the entry hallway and the domed plastered brick above the formal dining. The back lawn shows off a three-tiered pool and spa, one of which features a Badu propulsion system for stationary lap swimming, a commercial grade outdoor grill system, and private views of the hills surrounding the home. Want to keep your horses nearby? This home offers that option and has a pipe fenced horse pen, enclosure and riding pen. In addition to the expansive equestrian facility Estancia offers to all of its residents use. v

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KENDALL COUNTY RANCH 639 ACRES

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on’t miss your opportunity to own some of the best live-water ranchland in the Texas Hill Country! Located just a few miles northwest of Boerne, Texas, this 639-acre highfenced ranch provides all the native attributes which has made the Hill Country a popular destination. Located at the head waters of Bear Creek, crystal clear spring water flows atop rock bottom creek beds carving out waterfalls and sculpting the landscape before flowing into the majestic eight-acre lake. The gently rolling topography is blanketed by native grasses and Post Oak Savannahs creating breathtaking views. Improvements include two three-bedroom homes, writer’s cabin, two water wells, barn, and paved roads. 40 Volume 84 Texas Farm&Ranch


ROCK HEAD RANCH 4,040 ACRES

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he Rock Head Ranch, located just 20 miles southwest of Mason, Texas, offers all the attributes appreciated by ranchers and wildlife enthusiasts alike. This 4,040-acre high-fenced ranch is comprised of fertile fields, gently rolling topography, and breathtaking views atop 300 feet plateaus. Edwards Draw meanders through the property in a northerly direction shaping the landscape for centuries while providing numerous springs and watering holes for wildlife use and aquatic recreation. The ranch is cross-fenced into seven pastures, including a 350acre high-fenced exotic pasture. Intensively managed for whitetail deer over the past 18 years, wildlife abounds on the Rock Head Ranch. Other game species include axis deer, fallow deer, aoudad, black buck antelope, feral hogs, doves, turkey, and bobwhite quail. Water is available throughout the ranch via seven earthen stock tanks, numerous springs, and six water wells. Improvements include a six-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath, 4.309-square-foot lodge. The lodge offers spacious room for entertaining guests and family while providing expansive views overlooking fertile valleys and majestic hilltops. Other improvements include a 1,120-square-foot, three-bedroom guest cabin, smoke house, deer cleaning shed with walk-in cooler, five barns, bunkhouse, horse barn with feed and tack room, pipe cattle pens, roping arena, and gun range with covered shooting shed. The property offers 32 deer blinds, 14 protein feeders and 32 corn feeders.

YO RANCH 5,784 ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville his is your rare chance to own a legendary piece of Texas history! Located just 30 miles northwest of Kerrville, Texas, this 5,784-acre ranch offers a diverse landscape providing habitat for wildlife and livestock. Picturesque views at every turn and hilltop add to excitement of this expansive property.

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MARIPOSA RANCH 2,985 ACRES

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his 2,985-acre hunting and recreational ranch is located just a few miles south of Menard. A 5,322-square-foot main house and two elegant rustic cabins are the headquarters of the ranch. Outside the main house is the luxurious pool, hot tub and outdoor kitchen. The ranch provides spectacular views and rolling terrain, high elevations, and fertile, well-maintained pastures. Excellent all-weather roads provide easy access to all areas of the ranch. The ranch is comprised of 38 percent native brush, 58 percent pastures, and 4 percent farmland. Flora includes thick improved grasses, extraordinary variety of high protein brush, huge live oaks, red oaks, burr oaks, cedar elms, hackberry, and sycamore trees. The land and its rolling terrain offers all the attributes the Hill Country has to offer with approximately 2,313-acres high-fenced and 672 acres low-fenced.

EA RANCH 2,892 ACRES

South Texas v LaSalle & McMullen Counties v Charlotte

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he 2,892 acre EA Ranch is located just 17 miles south of Charlotte, Texas, in LaSalle and McMullen Counties. This high-fenced ranch has been managed for whitetail deer and quail since 1987. The native South Texas habitat has been sculpted and managed to promote deer and quail propagation. The Ranch is well watered by four water wells, numerous water troughs, and 11 earthen tanks, including a fiveacre lake near the headquarters. Improvements include a lodge, owner’s suite, hunter’s cabin, foreman’s house, skinning house with walk-in cooler, and equipment barn. The ranch offers 20 deer blinds and corn feeders, as well as 13 protein feeder locations. Deep fertile soils provide numerous locations for food plots. A great network of all weather roads provide easy access throughout the ranch.

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GUADALUPE RANCH 407 ACRES

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onveniently located just 20 minutes from San Antonio, Texas, the Guadalupe Ranch’s 407 oak-studded acres offers stunning views of the Texas Hill Country and Guadalupe River Valley. The property improvements include a large stone lodge designed and built to house even the largest of families. The ranch enjoys excellent river frontage along the banks of the Guadalupe River. Large Cyprus trees follow the river’s banks along the crystal clear waters. In addition, the land offers several other lakes and a seasonal creek. Good paved road access adds to the ranch’s appeal. This is one of the few large tracts available at this location with river frontage.

CIBOLO DRAW RANCH 150 ACRES

Texas Hill Country Kendall County v Boerne he 150-acre Cibolo Draw Ranch offers the best in Hill Country living just minutes from Boerne, Texas, with a quick commute to San Antonio. The 6,000-square-foot main house is hidden by the natural roll of the land creating a private oasis. A spring-fed creek, shaping the land for a millennia, is impounded in two locations, creating year-round water for wildlife and recreational use. The 1,525-squarefoot stone guest house provides breathtaking views offering its own seclusion.

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DOS ANGELES RANCH 11,889 ACRES

Central Texas v Kinney County v Brackettville

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he life blood of this ranch is provided by three miles of beautiful Pinto Creek which meanders through the property and has three concrete dams strategically placed along the creek. Improvements include a spectacular 6,500-square-foot stucco lodge overlooking the creek and a swimming pool including plenty of room for outdoor entertainment. This 11,889-acre ranch has been high fenced since 1984.

TURKEY KNOB RANCH 645 ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Kendall Co. v Boerne ocated just minutes from quaint Boerne, Texas, this 645-acre paradise lays in one of the most desired areas in the Texas Hill Country. This property offers an excellent road system which navigates one through majestic hills and valleys. The ranch offers many unique building sites with 20-mile views across the Hill Country landscape. The ranch has three lakes and the headwaters of a major creek system.

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MEDINA RIVER RANCH 620 ACRES

Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Medina his ranch has one of the largest native river pecan bottoms in Texas and one mile of cypress-lined Medina River! As soon as you see the ranch from the road and enter through the gate you feel like you have gone back in time. This is truly one of the most unique ranches in the Hill Country!

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COLORADO RIVER RANCH 2,240± ACRES

Northwest Texas v Mitchell County v Colorado City

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he Colorado River Ranch, located just eight miles south of Colorado City, TX in Mitchell County, is a true sportsman’s destination. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own more than three miles of the Colorado River. This 2,240-acre high-fenced ranch has been intensively managed for whitetail deer for the past 12 years along with more than 30 exotic game species. The gently rolling topography with shear bluffs carved by centuries of flowing water create picturesque landscape and breathtaking views while providing the attributes needed to support the diverse flora and fauna inhabiting the ranch.

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onveniently located just west of the Dallas/ Ft. Worth Metroplex, these stunning 2,022 acres are both an outdoorsman’s and cattleman’s dream ranch. The property offers breathtaking views of the Brazos River Valley and surrounding Palo Pinto County. The ranch offers excellent waterfowl and native wildlife areas. Six miles of Brazos River frontage and large improved pastures help to separate this property from others. In addition, the ranch offers a good deal of topography and great tree cover. The topography of the property creates many future building sites. This is an excellent opportunity to own a very diverse piece of property with a great deal of potential.

CHICK BEND RANCH 2,022 ACRES

Texas Metroplex v Palo Pinto County

RAFTER J RANCH 3,571 ACRES

Texas Metroplex Parker County v Weatherford

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he Rafter J Ranch is 3,659± acres of Brazos River cattle ranch located 11 miles from I-20 in Weatherford and 13 miles from the heart of Granbury. Waterfowl abound on the 500 acres of lake systems on the northern 1,350 acre portion of the ranch once mined by TXI. The remaining acreage is beautiful native Texas pasture and dramatic cliffs and canyons that overlook the more than four miles of Brazos river frontage. 35,000 pounds of pecans are pulled annually from the fertile bottomland orchard and the ranch manager has one head of cattle per acre on portions of the sandy loam coastal bottomland.

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ENCHANTED ROCK 315 ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

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his 315-acre property offers breathtaking views of Enchanted Rock and the surrounding Hill Country. Improvements include a spectacular barndominium consisting of multiple bedrooms and a private guest suite. The lodges, over-the-top finishes, complete with granite and travertine, also include a nice patio area with fire pit for viewing the stars and telling stories. Wildlife is abundant on the property and several springs and wet weather creeks add to the ranches mystique.

GHOST CREEK RANCH 1,895 ACRES

West Texas v Val Verde County v Juno

HEADWATERS RANCH 900 ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Gillespie Co. v Kerrville xtraordinary land, great location, amazing water, minimal structural improvements, abundant potential. Spring Branch Creek traverses the ranch with one spring-fed lake and numerous sites for additional water features. Ranch access by county road frontage and paved private road. High fenced with native wildlife. Just minutes from Kerrville and Fredericksburg. Build your corporate lodge, year-round estate, or weekend cabin, with creek front and Hill Country views. Development potential.

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rare and unique opportunity to own a ranch bordering 37,000 acres of state park! Ghost Creek Ranch is a privately owned ranch comprised of 1,895 acres in northeastern Val Verde County. Ghost Creek Ranch offers the rare opportunity to own one of the premier hunting ranches in this beautiful and rugged portion of westcentral Texas. Located 45 miles south of Sonora and 45 miles north of Del Rio where the Edwards Plateau meets the Chihuahuan Desert, the ranch borders the Devil’s River State Natural Area, a sprawling 37,000 acre state natural area, a place famous for exciting kayak trips down the Devil’s River.


SISTER CREEK RANCH 305 ACRES

Texas Hill Country Kendall County v Sisterdale ust south of Sisterdale, Texas, the Sister Creek Ranch offers all the attributes of a true Hill Country gem. Live water abounds and has sculpted the ranch over time creating fertile fields, majestic creek beds and rolling topography. The land is comprised of a plethora of native hardwood species and browse. 45 acres of rich bottom-land is established in Coastal Bermuda.

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SWIMMIN HOLE RANCH 168 ACRES

Texas Hill Country Kimble County v Junction njoy a secluded ranch behind an electric gated entry off the beaten path away from the noise and chaos of the city. Featuring a deep, blue, year-round, springfed “swimmin hole,� quality improvements, beautiful views, usable land, varieties of hardwood trees, and wildlife.

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HWY 290 EAST 101 ACRES

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ne hundred plus acres of gentle rolling post oak pastures with Hill Country views and 290 East Hwy frontage, only 10 minutes to downtown Fredericksburg. Unending developmental potential gated community, retail, winery, or create a oneof-a-kind ranch estate with Hill Country improvements overlooking your own lake.

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RANCHO CAPATAZ 461 ACRES

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his incredible new listing offers one-and-a-third mile of both sides of crystal clear Bull Head Creek with long deep green holes, waterfalls, rapids, multiple natural dams and fabulous home sites. The Ranch also offers spring-fed New Creek, huge pecan bottoms, hardwood-lined hills with towering limestone bluffs and Cypress trees. The property includes a very comfortable ranch-style home, equipment barn/shop, extensive limestone fencing, irrigation canal and is loaded with native and exotic game. This is without doubt one of the finest livewater and recreational ranches available in the Hill Country, won’t last. $3,950,000. Call Morris Killough 210-415-9850.

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SADDLE MOUNTAIN RANCH 1,688 ACRES

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ocated between Leakey and Camp Wood with frontage on Scenic FM 337, the 1,688-acre Saddle Mountain Ranch is an exceptional game-fenced hunting ranch that offers incredible diversity along with great improvements and infrastructure. Improvements include paved access, a fabulous 7,200-square-foot main home, a 3,200-foot airstrip, 2,000-square-foot lodge, game cleaning and processing building, foreman’s house, workshop, three barns, three water wells, three large feed silos, perimeter game fencing and cross-game fencing, breeder pens, multiple springs, seasonal Camp Wood Creek, axis, fallow, aoudad, black buck, elk, red stag and a large number of native animals. The headquarters of the ranch offers paved and concrete driveways, lighted tennis courts, a fabulous custom pool surrounded by a huge rock patio, limestone fire pit, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, dance floor, greenhouse and a multilevel rock patio with custom cooking facilities perfect for entertaining large groups of clients, friends or family. One of a kind. $5,200,000. Call Morris Killough 210-415-9850.

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ecently selected by the premier “Images for Conservation Fund” as one of the Hill Country’s most beautiful ranches, the JSB ranch is truly a rare gem in the Texas ranch market. This one-of-a-kind ranch has been in the same family for four generations and is now being offered as one of the crown jewels of the Hill Country. The ranch has everything a Hill Country ranch is about and the extensive variety of the ranch offers a buyer the opportunity to own a true recreational paradise; nearly three-fourth of a mile of the gorgeous crystal clear Nueces River frontage, a spring-fed creek, two ponds, hills, river valley, beautiful forest-like pecan bottoms, Indian mounds, large herds of free ranging axis, native whitetail, turkey and numerous other exotics. Newly constructed roads provide access throughout the ranch and along the Nueces River, leading to an absolutely fabulous deep swimming hole. The ranch has a small wooden cabin, phone and wifi, electric and an excellent water well located at the front of the ranch. $3,995,000. Call Morris 210-415-9850.

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ocated two miles north of Utopia on FM 470, this awesome new listing offers a fabulous four-bedroom, four-bath limestone house with approximately 3,400-square-foot living area and 2,600-square-foot wrap-around covered porch. It sits atop of hill providing million dollar view in all directions. Recent updates include new interior and exterior paint, new carpet, new dishwasher and garbage disposals (2), new Rinai whole-house on-demand water heaters (2), new whole-house reverse osmosis water treatment system, and four 1,000-gallon propane tanks (buried). It has three-car detached garage, paved road, two barns, one deer blind, and four deer feeders. Currently has wildlife exemption (can be converted to ag exemption, if desired). Excellent hunting, priced to sell, $1,495,000. Call Morris 210-415-9850.

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WHITE ELK RANCH 415 ACRES

Central Texas v Uvalde County v Utopia

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have always said, it doesn’t get any better than the Seco Valley and submit the famous 415-acre White Elk Ranch as the most picturesque property I have offered in some time. With 600+ feet on Seco Creek, this high-fenced property has two houses, each serviced by two deep water wells and web cameras providing real-time views of its wildlife and serene beauty. The guest house is surrounded by colossal oaks and overlooks two beautiful spring-fed lakes, both of which have been reworked supplying precious water during the 2012-2103 drought. The awesome threebedroom 3,600-square-foot main house was built in 2009 on the east side of the property overlooking the incredible Seco Valley. This pristine stone house was designed with views from every room. It overlooks the pool and very large stone and concrete deck. Adjacent to the guest house is the equipment barn and outdoor entertainment area complete with new walk-in cooler and outdoor television. Wildlife on this ranch have been well fed with significant whitetail, turkey, hogs and its signature white elk. This property is priced to the quality that it is. Morris 210-415-9850.

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his awesome new listing offers over 2,300 feet of the beautiful Sabinal River and is only minutes from Lost Maples State Park. The Ranch offers tree cover second to none with huge healthy oak trees throughout most of 284 ACRES the ranch. With numerous building sites from Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Vanderpool under the GIANT oak trees along the Sabinal River to hill tops with gorgeous views of the canyon. Wildlife includes whitetail, turkey, axis and hogs. From rich bottom land, to low hills, to mountain tops and the beautiful Sabinal River, you will not find a ranch of this size with this much variety anywhere. This is truly a rare opportunity to purchase an awesome live water ranch in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. $2,595,000. Give Scott a call 830-591-9509 or Morris 210-415-9850.

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his incredible new listing is located east of Utopia in the corner of Bandera, Medina and Uvalde Counties and is less than 90 minutes from San Antonio. Truly a nature lover’s dream with raw beauty and incredible diversity. 1200± feet of crystal clear rock bottom Seco Creek, an entire hill with 360 degree access, large neighbors, a mix of gentle valley land and hills, deep tillable soil, incredible views of the Seco Valley, fabulous home sites, electric and phone service, great hunting with loads of game, unique rock bluffs and incredible tree cover. It doesn’t get any better than this. $1,875,000. Call Morris 210-415-9850.

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ocated in one of the most scenic areas of Texas between Vanderpool and Medina, this 86-acre Jackson Creek tract is one of the most unique live-water properties available in the Hill Country. The tract offers an 1800’s era 86 ACRES log cabin, county road frontage, electric and Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Medina phone service, and is currently in a wildlife exemption. The property also offers an abundance of the features that make this area so desirable including 3000± feet on both sides of crystal clear live water, deep tillable soils suitable for vineyard or orchards, beautiful hardwood-lined limestone bluffs, several varieties of huge healthy oaks, multiple dam sites and fantastic home sites along the creek. The tract is mainly valley land surrounded by majestic hills and is loaded with whitetail, turkey and many other native wildlife. This tract may be divided. Won’t last. Call for pricing, Morris Killough Owner/Broker 210-415-9850.

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TOMAHAWK RANCHES 536 ACRES

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vailable in 74, 95, 155 and 213 acre parcels. This is a rare opportunity to own an excellent turnkey cattle and hunting ranch on the Edwards Plateau in western Bandera County. The Ranch offers huge healthy oaks, gentle rolling terrain, a nice small home, carport, and excellent water well. It is light to heavy cover, all low fencing, surrounded by large neighbors, fabulous hunting with whitetail, hogs, turkey and occasional exotics including axis deer. Nice home sites with great views and fantastic privacy. Cheapest prices in the Hill Country. Won’t last. Owner/Broker, Morris Killough 210-415-9850.

BAKER RANCH - 122 ACRES Central Texas v Medina County v Castroville

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ocated just minutes from San Antonio with frontage on FM 471 two miles north of Castroville, this turnkey cattle-hay and hunting ranch is the perfect weekend getaway or permanent retirement property. The exceptionally well planned and finished ranch offers fantastic access straight to a recently constructed two-level rock and stucco home, Edwards water well with large concrete storage tank, two wet weather creeks and the perfect mix of 70 acres of Tifton Grass for hay and cattle and 52 acres of heavy brush for the large numbers of whitetail, turkey and hogs. Call Morris 210-415-9850.

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his fantastic hunting/cattle ranch is located just south of Hwy 90 and offers a unique mix of South Texas along with the terrain and feel of a Hill Country property. The deer habitat is exceptional with an excellent combination of light to heavy brush mixed with huge oaks, elms and mesquites. The ranch offers five existing ponds, several other excellent pond and lake sites, several areas that may be cultivated for food plots, deep soils and fabulous home sites with fantastic views. The ranch is loaded with whitetail, turkey and wild hogs. $1,870,000. Call Morris 210-415-9850.

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ocated about two miles north of Encinal and about one-and-a-half miles from the interstate, these 329± acres give you great access but still keep it very private. This awesome hunting/ cattle ranch has a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home with game room perfectly suited for your enjoyment. The hunting is fantastic with low pressure and the game on this ranch has been meticulously controlled and managed over the last 25 years. Being high fenced on three sides, it would be an easy task to complete the high fence and bring in exotics or continue improving the native game already on the property. This ranch features a great road system to traverse the entire property in a pickup and a nice pond that was fully stocked about eight years ago. Huge neighbors surround this one of a kind ranch. A property of this size that is turnkey and ready to enjoy is truly a rare find. Surface only sale. Give Morris a call 210-415-9850 or Scott 830-591-9509.

QUINTINILLA RANCH - 329 ACRES South Texas v LaSalle County v Encinal

RANCHO RIO LINDA - 282 ACRES Central Texas v Uvalde Co. v Uvalde

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ne of the most unique ranches in Uvalde County, the Janacek Ranch is located six miles west of Uvalde along the west bank of the Nueces River. The ranch is a nice mix of Hill Country and South Texas and offers a half mile of beautiful Nueces River frontage, all game fencing, four homes, two water wells, great tree cover, exceptional brush diversity, hills, large - 231 ACRES food plots, excellent hunting with improved whitetail herd and numerous exotics, hogs, quail Central Texas v Medina County v D’Hanis and turkey. You have to see this ranch to appreciate it. This truly unique ranch is accessed by ocated 12 miles north of D’Hanis and well-maintained county road from Hwy 90 West. $2,200,000. Call Morris Killough 210-415-9850. minutes from FM 1796 , this small hunting or cattle ranch offers terrific transition area ocated just a few miles east of Vanderpool, one of the most scenic areas of the Hill Coun- variety just over an hour from San Antonio. - 77 ACRES try, this small turnkey ranch is tucked away in the The ranch headquarters are situated under Texas Hill Country Evans Creek Valley and offers good access with a canopy of large healthy oaks and offer a Bandera County v Vanderpool county road frontage, water well, an updated very clean comfortable 16x72 mobile with and very comfortable three-bedroom, two-bath large wooden deck, fantastic views of the home, rock storage building, concrete storm/ Hill Country, manicured lawn, four- bay food cellar, game-fenced yard, large open bunk equipment shed and an excellent shallow house, working pens and livestock shed. The tract offers an excellent mix of cover for the wildlife, Edwards water well. The ranch offers gently huge healthy live oaks, cherry, Spanish oaks, sheer limestone bluffs and incredible 15-mile views of sloping terrain, oak-lined creek, deep soils, the Sabinal Canyon below. The ranch is under a wildlife exemption and offers excellent hunting with thousands of large healthy live oaks, an whitetail, hogs, turkey and occasional exotics. $579,000. Won’t last, call Morris Killough 210-415-9850. excellent mix of medium to heavy cover and hunting with whitetail, turkey and wild hogs. May divide. $3,400 per acre. his new 50± acre turnkey ranch is located Call Morris 210-415-9850. 10± miles north of D’Hanis a half mile off of FM 1796 in the highly desirable transition area. The ranch offers an exceptionally planned and constructed 2,700-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath limestone home, a well-constructed - 50 ACRES 2,000-square-foot equipment barn with shop Central Texas v Medina Co. v D’Hanis area, small cabin, excellent Edwards water well, 1,200 gallon concrete storage tank and a 30,000 gallon Pila that supplies water troughs and a small pond near the home. The very productive ranch is low fenced on three sides and offers huge healthy oaks, cedar, mesquite, medium to heavy cover for the wildlife and numerous areas to set up feed and hunting stations. The ranch is the perfect combination property for livestock with deep fertile soils and numerous areas suitable for food plots. The hunting is fantastic with Morris Killough, Broker large numbers of whitetail, turkey and hogs. Seller would entertain seller financing and there is an additional 82 acres of cultivated field that could possibly be acquired with the purchase of the 210-415-9850 TexasLandandRanch.net ranch, $579,000. Call Morris Killough 210-415-9850 or Scott Saunders 830-591-9509.

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SISTERDALE RIVER RANCH - 123 ACRES 57-ACRE DEVELOPMENT OR CATTLE RANCH Central Texas v Karnes County v Kenedy 9.5-acre home pasture with huge shop along with a 46-acre costal field are ideal for development or personal use. Can be divided to suit your needs. On Hwy 181. Call for price.

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rand home overlooking deep, flowing, cypress-lined Guadalupe River frontage. Develop or private use. Mostly level oak- and elm-covered land. Fenced and cross-fenced. Highway 3351 frontage.

INKS LAKE VIEW HOMESITE - 16 ACRES JACKSON CREEK - 86 ACRES

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eautiful tiered terrain to build your dream home overlooking the Colorado River Canyon, complete with views of Lake Buchanan and Inks Lake. The 16 acres offers gorgeous oaks and a seeping niquely beautiful Hill Country getaway with BOTH SIDES of spring. A very special property! Come have a look! 3000+ feet of crystal clear Jackson Creek off Scenic Hwy 337 between Vanderpool and Medina. Ideal for vineyard, hunting or any outdoor activity. Really special live water place! Call for price. Will divide. Broker/owner. Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Vanderpool

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B WINNIE CATTLE RANCH - 130 ACRES Southeast Texas v Jefferson County v Winnie ust 30 minutes from Beaumont and 20 minutes from the Gulf Coast. This is perfect cattle grazing land with partial brush cover, water tank and electricity nearby. Come see the potential of this coastal prairie land.

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EL LAGARTIJO NEGRO RANCH 300 ACRES

South Texas v Duval County v Freer

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he El Lagartijo Negro Ranch is 300 acres situated in Freer, Texas and is the perfect ranch for entertainment and hunting of several different species which include whitetail deer, axis, black buck antelope, red stag, hogs, turkey, dove, and quail. Protein and corn have been fed year-round for the past four years. The property is high-fenced and currently set up primarily for bow hunting with nine different hunting stations and five ponds with water run to all of them to maintain constant levels at all times. The improvements for entertainment are endless on this ranch and include a main house, two side houses for privacy, three-room hotel, cantina, and swimming pool all surrounding a 12-foot deep pond with pier stocked with bass and catfish. There is also a bow shooting range adjoining all the main improvements and a worker’s house with garage which is down the road from the main compound. The entire property has piped water throughout the ranch to all the man-made tanks and the improvements within the compound are provided by two private wells and city water.

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he River Ridge Ranch is on Hwy 173 approximately four miles south of downtown Kerrville, Texas. It consists of 305 acres with Guadalupe River frontage overlooking and adjoining the Comanche Trace Golf Course. The main house on top of the hill is an eight-bedroom, six-bath home that has spectacular views of downtown Kerrville and the entire ranch itself. The property is divided into seven pipe-fenced pastures with over 160 acres of coastal grass for horses or cattle. Other improvements include three homes, two horse barns, two hay barns, an equipment barn and a workshop all easily accessible by the paved roads within the ranch. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, axis and blackbuck.

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his property of 55 acres is very private and secluded, sitting behind two privacy gates only 15 minutes from downtown San Antonio. It adjoins the JW Marriott Hill Country Resort and TPC Golf Course on the 8th and 9th holes. The property also features a 3,000-squarefoot home with a pool and cabana for guests, horse barn with lighted riding arena and skeet shooting area.

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he Camp Verde Ranch consists of 287 high-fenced acres located in the heart of Camp Verde, at the intersection of Hwy 173 and FM 480, and only 10 miles south of Kerrville. Both sides of Verde Creek and Mico Creek run through the ranch with Mico Creek dammed up creating a great fishing tank and two water falls on the other side. Verde Creek offers a 15foot swimming hole, perfect for rope swinging from the cypress trees. The property has 240 feet of elevation changes from the coastal fields and creeks to the top of Cedar Ridge which overlooks the entire Camp Verde Valley. Other improvements include 80Âą acres of coastal grass, a 1,300-foot rifle range, paved roads, blinds, feeders and three water tanks. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, red stag, axis and blackbuck.

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he Monterrey Ranch consist of approximately 1,185 acres located in Starr County, Texas, about one hour southwest of Hebbronville, off of FM 2686 and three miles down an easement road, making it very secluded and private. The ranch has been in the same family now for over 60 years and its primary use has been for cattle and hunting. The ranch is 100 percent high fenced with about eight separate low-fence pastures within the high fence. There are two ponds on the property, with one 18 feet deep, and three water wells that average about 900 feet in depth. Other improvements include a good set of cattle working pens and an old camp with three trailer houses. Several strips have also been cut on the ranch making it ideal for quail hunting and providing great buffel grass for the cattle. The asking price is $1,750 per acre.

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he Tandala Ranch is 1,513± high-fenced acres located on the eastern edge of La Salle County, and is being offered as a turn-key operation. Elm Creek runs through the ranch and is dammed up in two different locations creating great bass fishing and duck hunting lakes. There are also five other tanks/lakes on the property providing all wildlife with plenty of water. Along with that there is a 4,000-foot water well. The main lodge is 3,500 squarefeet with an outdoor fire pit and hot tub separating it from the hunter’s cabin which is a 2,500-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath rock home. There is also another six-bedroom, two-bath cabin if more room is necessary. Other improvements include blinds, feeders, walkin cooler, skinning shed, equipment barns and grain silo. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, ducks, blue and bob-white quail, axis and hogs.

GREAT INVESTMENT! Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Boerne hese 411 acres are sitting at the Welfare Exit on Interstate 10 West, with over 2,000 feet of frontage. It is just six miles from downtown Boerne in Kendall County; one of the fastest growing counties in Texas. The property has incredible 360-degree views, with elevation changes of over 300 feet from the tops of the hills down to the fields on both sides of Zinke Creek, which cuts through the property. This would make a great ranch to enjoy with the family and an even better investment to sell when Boerne reaches your doorstep in the near future.

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inn Tortuga Ranch is located on Highway 173 approximately seven miles south of Kerrville and three miles north of Camp Verde, consists of 552 acres that is mostly high-fenced, and has some of the best trophy whitetail deer hunting you can find along with some exotics which are protein fed year-round. Both sides of Turtle Creek run through the north side of the property which allows for great swimming and fishing. The main lodge has a pool and outdoor entertainment cabana with great views. The property also has three additional homes, a 20-acre soft-release deer pen, fourstall horse barn, workshop and three water wells. This ranch is being offered turnkey.

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RED SKY RANCH 97 ACRES

Central Texas v Travis County v Lago Vista

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ed Sky Ranch is approximately 97 wildlife-exempt acres fronting on the west end of Lake Travis with over 1,500 feet of your own private lake frontage and end-of-the-road privacy. This ranch sits directly in the bend of the lake providing incredible views towards Austin and Marble Falls. Across from the ranch is Muleshoe Bend Park which ensures that you will always be looking at a pristine park landscape. Improvements include a 3,000Âą square-foot home with four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, a storage shed, paved walkway to the lake alongside a cascading waterfall, and a covered two-stall boat dock with electricity and storage. The ranch is only about eight miles west of Lago Vista off of RM 1431 fronting on Muleshoe Bend Trail.

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Texas Hill Country v Edwards County v Barksdale

ncredibly beautiful, this magnificent ranch features a rare 2.5± miles of crystal clear Cedar Creek and impressive views from scenic oak and pecan tree-lined creek bottoms, to gentle valleys, to the mountain rims. Abundant native wildlife include whitetail deer, fallow, axis, Aoudad, turkey, hogs, dove, quail, free ranging elk, and red deer among others. Rich historic influences are seen throughout with Indian sites and the original settlement structures worthy of restoration. Minutes from Hwy 55, this ranch is both accessible and incredibly private and serene. Robert Dullnig, 210-213-9700.

YO4 RANCH

5,510± ACRES

Texas Hill Country Kerr County v Mountain Home his offering is for a large portion of the original, historic Y.O. Ranch. The rolling hills and rock limestone peaks are studded with live oak, post oak, cedar and mesquite trees. Aoudad Hill provides strong views across four counties. The gentle, open pastureland is covered with native grasses. Robert Dullnig, 210-213-9700.

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South Texas v Val Verde County v Del Rio ere is an endless opportunity for hunters of any kind. The ranch is composed of two separate, but adjoining, high-fenced ranches. The Yoas Ranch is 3112± acres and Marshall Ranch is 2561± acres, each is also offered separately. There are eight different types of exotic species along with the native whitetail deer, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and others. This is a beautiful and unique property that is ready to be hunted and explored.

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SANTA MARGARITA RANCH 2,703± ACRES

South Texas v La Salle County v Cotulla

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South Texas v Live Oak & Jim Wells Counties v George West

wned and operated by the same family for more than 50 years, this beautiful rolling terrain offers a great, low-fenced opportunity. There are two water wells with 7± miles of underground piping to eight troughs and two ponds. Improvements include one set of cattle pens and scenic Coastal pastures sculpted into the 60 percent native diverse brush. Selectively cleared senderos command views of whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, dove, quail and hogs. Minerals. Robert Dullnig, 210-213-9700.

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SAND HILLS RANCH 718± ACRES

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HARPER RANCH 325± ACRES

South Texas v Frio County v Pearsall

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his is a beautiful Hill Country ranch with abundant agricultural and recreational opportunities along with development potential. This diverse property has Purgatory Creek bottomland, high points with long distance views, and open fields of native grasses with highlighted large hardwood trees. Improvements include four water wells and one barn. Abundant native whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail and wild pigs. Robert Dullnig, 210-213-9700.

PURGATORY CREEK 1,425± ACRES

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wned and operated by the same family since 1956, Tri-County Ranch sprawls out over three of the most desirable counties of the Texas Coastal plains. Ranches of this size do not come on the market often in any of these three choice counties. This is an uninhabited ranch, with lush pastureland and grand oak trees scattered throughout, serving as both a cattle ranch and recreational hunting ranch. Robert Dullnig, 210-213-9700.

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n exceptional location in the breathtaking Hill Country offers excellent privacy but is minutes from Horseshoe Bay Resort. Picturesque, rolling ranchland has excellent native tree and brush coverage providing an ideal habitat for wildlife, supporting wild turkey and whitetail deer with trophy bucks. There is a hunter’s cabin with utilities and RV hookups, plus impressive hilltops with spectacular long-range views that invite improvements. Will divide. Marc Sherron, 830-739-0919.

TRI-COUNTY RANCH 894± ACRES

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his truly scenic property has 1,200± feet of the flowing Frio River, one of the largest ranches for sale in the scenic Frio River canyon. Year-around adventures include hunting to fishing to swimming and water activities. There are three charming small homes and fencing/cross-fencing. Abundant wildlife includes whitetail, Axis, Aoudad, turkey, javelina and hogs plus the Frio River offers bass and cat fishing. Robert Dullnig, 210-213-9700.

VARA RANCH 1,200± ACRES

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WHITETAIL SPRINGS RANCH 304± ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Utopia

njoy some of the most spectacular live water the Hill Country has to offer. This serene ranch has more than 2,200± feet of the deep, crystal clear Sabinal River lined with age-old cypress trees, along with both sides of spring-fed Blackjack Creek. Minutes north of Utopia, the ranch has attractive improvements to relax and enjoy the outdoors from every location. This rare offering is ideal for a family getaway, corporate retreat, commercial enterprise or permanent residence. Robert Dullnig, 210-213-9700.

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high hill overlooking town combines with an unbelievable 1,300± feet of live water Goat Creek. At a 1935 ft. elevation displaying commanding 360 degree views, the custom home provides excellent accommodations plus flow to the pool and cabana with southeast views. Features include a tennis court, barn/ office, foreman’s cabin, working pens, and a smaller ranch home along the creek. Robert Dullnig, 210-213-9700.

CARDINAL HILL RANCH 233± ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

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BRADEN FARM 639± ACRES

South Texas v Uvalde County v Sabinal

his is a highly productive, irrigated farm in the desirable Wintergarden area, and has been owned and operated by the same family since the late 1800s. Under the high-fenced farm area are two Edwards irrigation wells that water four pivots. There is a main home, guest house, 2,400± square-foot metal barn, grain bins and pump house at the headquarters. Robert Dullnig, 210-213-9700.

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MESA TOP GRASSLANDS

anch on Top is just that, a ranch on top of a high desert plateau of yucca grasslands, steep rims and vegetated canyon heads. This vast ranch lies in an elevation range between 4,250 and 5,182 feet, and is an island grassland habitat for a large population of mule deer, pronghorn, blue quail, mourning dove, white wing dove, javelina and many other game and non-game species. The headquarters, built in the 1970s, has numerous houses, buildings, outbuildings and a trap shooting course, as well as an airstrip and huge hangar. Now reduced to $21,955,371! Property ID: 51067

45,393 ACRES

West Texas v Hudspeth County v Fort Hancock

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lack Hills Ranch is named after the Cerros (Black Hills) and contains some of the most scenic property in the Trans Pecos. This is a working cattle and hunting ranch which has been in the same family for more than 80 years, making this a unique opportunity to own a heritage West Texas ranch. The ranch is located adjacent to large properties and has rugged but accessible hills with rock outcrops, as well as open flats, creating lots of interesting habitats. $10,454,495. Property ID: 51981

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nly 15 minutes from downtown Austin, Yates Cattle and Conservation Ranch is a marriage of rich Texas ranching heritage with an array of unique natural resources in a protected, quiet world all its own. Saltlick is just minutes away, and the amazing restaurants of Austin are a mere short ride down MoPac Boulevard. You can immerse yourself in the culture of music, food, art, nature, and outdoor recreation that makes Austin one of the most popular cities in the U.S. Here, nature balances with activity, livestock with big city lights, and people with solitude. $9,240,000. Property ID: 53095

PRIVATE RETREAT NEAR AUSTIN 385 ACRES

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MC Ranch is centrally located just west of Austin, very close to many Hill Country amenities. Nestled into this amazing natural setting is a custom home, accessed by a winding paved road which crosses the creek, and leads up a small hill into the magic courtyard of the LMC Headquarters. LMC Ranch is one of the premier, private live water, improved showplaces in the Texas Hill Country. A fine custom home with splendid location and proximity to Austin, abundant spring water, and exquisite hardwood bottoms flanked by steep hills, makes this a rare offering. $7,600,000. Property ID: 52170


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ed Mill Ranch fronts on county-maintained Longfellow Road 10 miles east of Highway 385 between Fort Stockton and Marathon, and is also accessible from Highway 90. The drive through the PiĂąon Pine covered mountains on both sides of the Longfellow Road breaks out into the towering limestones hills and wide valley expanses. This is a working ranch located within a sprawling high Chihuahuan grassland landscape of limestone outcrop hills and broad valleys. Located at the eastern edge of the Trans Pecos, this property is easily accessed from Austin, San Antonio and other major cities of Texas. $20,533,600. Property ID: 51740

GREAT INFRASTRUCTURE 25,667 ACRES

West Texas v Pecos County v Fort Stockton

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DEER AND QUAIL HUNTING

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West Texas v Val Verde County

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rairie Canyon is a 21,164-acre ranch located east of Dryden on both sides of Highway 90. This property offers abundant whitetail and mule deer on terrain that is a combination of deep limestone canyons, rolling hills and high mesas. The ranch offers great cover and grass, and is well watered with excellent roads throughout the property. Held by the current owner since the 1960s, it abounds with adventure and is the perfect Chihuahuan Desert ranch. Owner financing available. $9,303,140. Property ID: 51612

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ills Pecos River ranch enjoys more than six miles of crystal clear spring-fed Pecos River frontage, which provides some of the best recreation water in the country. The ranch fronts the Pecos River on both sides for more than a mile and a half, with three natural crossings making this private stretch for camping, hunting and fishing unique among most ranches on the Devils and Pecos. The two-story headquarters house was built in 1924 from cut limestone blocks chiseled from nearby cliffs, creating a classic iconic early Texas home. Reduced to Sell: $5,070,000. Property ID: 49029

PRODUCING MINERALS 13,468 ACRES

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oyanosa Draw Ranch is part of the historic Townsend Ranch. The Hudgins family was granted this property as payment for building a fence around the huge historic Townsend ownership. The ranch fronts on Highway 67 between Fort Stockton and Alpine, with the entrance just 18 miles south of I-10 and 26 miles from Fort Stockton and its regional amenities. The ranch gets its name from a major draw that crosses the property and is adjacent to some of the largest ranches in the Trans Pecos, including the Elsinore and Leoncita Ranches. Coyanosa Draw Ranch today is owned by a publicly-traded Texas oil and gas company which has been developing minerals and has conducted 3-D seismic studies over the entire property. $6,697,680. Property ID: 51983

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he Quebec Ranch is Texas cow country at its finest and represents some of the best yucca grasslands in the United States. It is part of the Marfa Plateau, a mile-high desert grassland of basin range topography between the Davis Mountains to the north and the Chinati/Sierra Viejas Mountains and Rio Grande River on the south and southwest. The views are stunning and the ranch overlooks the landscapes of the Davis Mountains, Chinati Mountains, Sierra Viejas Mountains, Capote Mountain and the great expanse of grasslands in between. $8,562,500. Property ID: 46373

MARFA GRASSLANDS PROPERTY 12,500 ACRES

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ecos Canyon Ranch is dominated by the river and canyon lands that drain into it. It is really two ranches, split by the county road, with excellent new fences and entrance gates for privacy and security. The western third has the old headquarter’s ruins with two wells, lots of juniper cover with rolling hills and dense vegetation along Harkell Canyon, perfect for mule deer and blue quail hunting. The eastern two-thirds is dominated by huge slickrock canyons, high Ceniza mesas, and 1.5 miles of the Lower Pecos River. $6,640,000. Property ID: 51540

HUNTING AND RECREATION RANCH 8,300 ACRES

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West Texas v Terrell County v Sanderson

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ock House Draw Ranch is located halfway between Fort Stockton on I-10 and Sanderson on Highway 90, fronting on the east side of Highway 285 for more than 6.5 miles. Paved Grey Ranch Road crosses the northern part of the ranch for more than four miles, providing very easy access to the property. The ranch was originally offered as 11,919 acres but is available in four parcels, ranging from 1197 acres to 5659 acres. This is considered Sanderson limestone hill country with a great diversity of habitats, vegetation, and topography with distant views all the way to the Madera Mountains south of Fort Stockton. $6,808,400. Property ID: 51743

riginally offered as 10,900 acres, Highway 2400 Ranch is available in three parcels at 2838 acres, 4797 acres and 3266 acres. There is a very nice well-maintained hunter’s camp with barn, pens and entertainment lodge. With topography ranging from just below 2,700 to more than 3,030 feet, there are many other potential building sites with distant views or vistas of sheer wall canyons. The property’s browse and grasslands are in excellent condition with exceptional grass and browse cover resulting as the ranch has evolved from a historic sheep and goat ranch into today’s recreational uses of hunting, hiking and enjoying the scenic beauty. $5,935,553. Property ID: 51744


UNIQUE HUNTING LODGE 2,963 ACRES

West Texas v Hudspeth County v Allamoore

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agle Piñon Ranch has elevations ranging from 4,600 feet to 5,800 feet and is a series of canyons, peaks and valleys creating a rugged yet accessible terrain. The higher elevations of the Eagle are to the north at 7,400 feet. The Rio Grande Valley is to the south, with the Mexico mountains beyond. There is a lush grassland matrix with brush, cacti and Piñon trees. There is a series of 4x4 roads leading to the various features on the ranch. An excellent well and a new hunting lodge with six private rooms, each with a private bath, make this a comfortable and functional hide-a-way. $2,518,550. Property ID: 50104

CONVENIENT BUT SECLUDED 3,177 ACRES

West Texas v Brewster County v Alpine

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LB Piñon Ranch is located on Highway 90, east of Alpine, within the north slopes of the Del Norte Mountains and adjacent to the unique, gated, ranch community of Sierra La Rana, with its maintained roads, underground electricity and other amenities. The ranch has ownership of several hundred acres of land in several large platted lots within Sierra La Rana, designed for future home sites with utilities in place. Several thousand acres of adjacent ranchland offer mountains and grasslands for hunting and recreation. Reduced - Now $3,971,250. Property ID: 51538

AT THE GATEWAY TO BIG BEND 1,266 ACRES

West Texas v Brewster County v Alpine

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tagecoach Ridge Ranch is located within the unique gated ranch community of Sierra La Rana with its maintained roads, underground electricity, and other amenities, as well as the opportunity to 10,800 ACRES run cattle, lease grazing rights, and take advantage of deer and bird West Texas v Terrell County v Dryden hunting The ranch is located just south of Alpine, the gateway into the Big Bend Country, with its more than 1,000,000 acres of parks and public ainbow Ranch has been focused on improving and growing both lands and is just an hour’s drive north of Lajitas and Terlingua and their mule deer and whitetail deer populations which are tremendous. outdoor adventures and amenities. $2,278,800. Property ID: 51068 The population is about 50/50 for these two deer types. Groundwater under Rainbow Ranch is shallow, accessible, prolific, and high quality, being part of the Edwards-Trinity or Plateau Aquifer. There are three windmills on the ranch, all working and supplying water into concrete storage tanks, as well as various water troughs for wildlife and, historically, livestock. $4,590,000. Property ID: 50514

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lamito Waters Ranch,located in the Chihuahuan Desert of Texas, is dominated by one of the largest naturally-flowing artesian wells in the entire region, flowing 25,000 gallons per day into a beautiful crystal clear lake, then as outflow drainage through a mosaic of marshes and stream-beds to Alamito Creek. The ranch adjoins cottonwood-lined Alamito Creek to the north, which flows into Big Bend State Park just a mile downstream. $279,000. Property ID: 52106

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his beautiful ranch is located just outside of the quaint little town of Neches, just about 10 minutes north of Palestine. The terrain in the area offers rolling hills, woods, pasture and numerous spring-fed creeks. This ranch is comprised of 664.58 acres of some of the best land in Anderson County and has a mile of frontage on FM 2267. The focal point of the ranch is definitely the mountain top 360-degree view available thanks to the 600-foot elevation. This has to be one of, if not the highest elevations in the entire county. All of the underbrush has been removed from the mountain leaving just the large trees to provide for endless views. There is a brand new custom home that has three-bedrooms, three-baths and an open-concept living/dining/kitchen area complete with high-end appliances. The home has a modern twist on mountain lodge, craftsman and farmhouse influences. The entire perimeter of the ranch is under high fence with attention paid to every detail concerning water gaps and creek crossings. In the heart of the ranch is an approximately seven acre spring-fed lake that is stocked with fish. Other improvements include a metal barn on a slab, three top notch 10-foot tower blinds and a deep water well. This turnkey ranch is ready now for your enjoyment and personal touches. $3,500,000.

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rime Leon County acreage east of Centerville. Opportunities to own a parcel of land of this size and quality in this area are extremely rare. The majority of the property is wooded with giant hardwood and pine timber. There are scattered meadows with numerous trails and right of ways that connect them and all are planted in coastal Bermuda. There are 13 stock tanks and ponds spread evenly across the property providing water for cattle and wildlife. Hardly ever does a place have such potential for raising cattle, hunting or both. The back section of the property has acres and acres of untouched woods teeming with wildlife. The front section has great pasture, cross fencing and a number of operational water wells. Being only an hour and a half from The Woodlands, this one of a kind property presents the opportunity of a lifetime. Amazing investment potential or land to pass down through the generations, this ranch has it all. $4,370,000.

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ocated in the quiet little town of Centerville is this great little slice of paradise. Once you drive through the front gate and see the house, you will think you have been transported to Colorado. The feature of this property is the mountain lodge-style home that boasts just under 3,100-square-feet of living area and has an enormous living area with large windows for natural light and beautiful views of the acreage. There are three generously sized bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is also a finished basement that offers an additional 1,200-square-feet of living area with an additional guest bedroom. Other improvements include a 3,500-square-foot building that is comprised of a 1,500-squarefoot guest house complete with full bath and kitchenette as well as 2,000-square-feet of clear span shop area. There is also an equipment shed and the property is completely fenced around the perimeter with the length of the road frontage being in black pipe and cable fence. All of this is located just at the edge of town on a quiet dead end road on 16.27 acres with additional land available. $595,000.

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BUTLER RANCH Central Texas v Leon County v Jewett his beautiful 184-acre working ranch is located on the west side of Interstate 45 in the rolling hills of Northwest Leon County. The pastures are improved with good coastal Bermuda grass and there are cross fences for rotational grazing purposes. The soil composition is a good sandy loam soil that is very productive. There are several hilltop views on this place that afford “see for miles” views and two different nice size impoundments of water for fishing. The ratio of woods to pasture is about 75 percent pasture and 25 percent woods, so there are plenty of areas for hunting on this ranch as well. Improvements include a very nice older farmhouse with three bedrooms and about 1,500 square feet that contributes nicely to the overall charm of this ranch. There is also a barn and a set of steel working pens. $899,000.

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bekes Ranch, located just south of Centerville, is one of the best traditional whitetail hunting ranches to be offered on the market in quite some time. It is comprised of 687.6 acres of prime whitetail habitat. The ranch has been under high fence since 2000. The terrain is gently-rolling hills with some flat prairielike grasslands. The deer population on the ranch is comprised of native, river-bottom genetics that have been culled to the owners liking and mixed with handpicked, northern genetics. Now, let’s talk about fishing! Pbekes Ranch features two large lakes that were constructed, to grow trophy fish. The largest lake is approximately 10 acres and has been managed intensively for trophy bass for 16 years. The other lake is approximately seven acres and is stocked with channel cats and crappie. The structural improvements are best described as simply elegant and tasteful. The lodge boasts four-bedrooms with four-bathrooms, an office and much more. There is also a connected, but separate, owner’s suite. The suite is one-bedroom, one-bath with a living room, kitchenette and large closet. A large covered front porch features a built-in bar and grill for relaxing and telling stories. There is a 30x80 metal building enclosed and insulated, a 50x75 fully-insulated metal building on a slab consisting of a 50x50 shop area with roll up doors and a 25x50 fully-insulated and enclosed RV shed with the appropriate electric hook ups for an RV that also has a roll-up door. Running the full length across the back of this building is a 30x75 covered equipment storage area which is also on a slab. This ranch is an amazing turnkey sportsman’s paradise that is ready right now for your enjoyment. $4,950,000. torno@circle-t-realty.com • circle-t-realty.com

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hese 604 acres of prime cattle land also lends itself to some of the best waterfowl and whitetail habitat available on the market. This ranch has long frontage along a county maintained road and has over 4,800 feet of Trinity River frontage. The majority of this place is in pasture, but there are scattered pockets of woods as well as a native pecan orchard that produces lots of pecans for either harvest or wildlife. The ranch is cross fenced into several pastures for rotational grazing and is well watered with stock ponds and wells. The eastern end of the ranch can flood when the river comes out, but this also provides unsurpassed soil fertility and grass production with minimal amounts of fertilizer. There is a good section of the west end that is high and dry and provides good ground for cattle to move to when needed. Improvements on the ranch are minimal, but functional, and include barns/sheds, small house and working pens. $1,991,000.

COMMERCIAL LAND AND CATTLE RANCH Central Texas v Leon County v Centerville

FLATBOTTOM RANCH 340 ACRES

Central Texas v Madison Co. v Normangee latbottom Ranch is a property with endless potential. A perfect combination for the outdoorsman looking to run some cows and have excellent hunting. There is plenty of high ground with multiple homesites and views to die for. There is also bottom land that has tremendous wildlife. Deer, ducks, hogs, ­this place has it all. Navasota River flyway, Caney Creek, and several other drainages create excellent opportunities to turn this ranch into a one-of-a-kind waterfowl habitat. Truly the outdoorsman’s paradise. Conveniently located 30 miles east of Bryan/ College Station. $1,649,000.

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MERIDIAN ESTATE - 445± ACRES Central Texas v Bosque County v Meridian

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stunning estate sitting on 445± acres just minutes from the DFW Metroplex offering an abundance of options from cattle, recreation, hunting, dude ranch, or corporate retreat. With beautiful white pipe fencing and more than a mile of concrete drive leading up to the four-bedroom, four-bath 4,854-square-foot main house with more than 5,000 square feet of outdoor living area surrounding the 20’x50’ diving pool with a pool house. The two-story guest house can accommodate four with a full kitchen and bath. There is

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TOP HAND RANCH Southeast Texas v Walker County v Huntsville ush forests. Expansive lakes. Exotic game. Custom-built lodge. No expense has been spared at Top Hand Ranch located in the natural forest of the Big Thicket near Huntsville. The game ranch includes a wellappointed lodge, fully equipped barn with office and bath, and room for your imagination to run wild! The lodge, which overlooks a 10acre lake has been designed and constructed with extravagant comfort in mind. Three living areas with fireplaces and expansive views provide inviting spaces. Any chef would be impressed by the spacious kitchen equipped with Wolf and Sub Zero appliances. Amenities also include a game room and oversized covered patios. Or enjoy a full view of the grounds within the comfort of the convertible outdoor patio, complete with central heat and air, a fireplace, commercial grill and TV. The lodge includes six graciously appointed bedroom suites. The 894-acre property is high fenced and covered with hardwoods and mature pines. In addition to the 10-acre lake, the ranch boasts three stocked lakes, and more than 25 species of animals from around the world. Contact broker for price.

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BALANCE RANCH Central Texas v Caldwell County v Dale hese 131 acres are located in a tranquil country setting off the beaten path yet close to Austin and San Antonio. The 1950 ranch home was re-modeled in 2007. The guest house, built in 2005, is handicap accessible. The land is fenced and crossfenced and features barn, shop, arena, a working windmill, two hay pastures, and three tanks. The wooded rear section offers wildlife habitat and groomed trails. This hidden Texas treasure is ready to handle horses or cattle, to offer hunting and fishing, to entertain family and friends, or allow you a quiet get-away. The name says it all: Balance Ranch. Contact broker for price.

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RAFTER O RANCH Southeast Texas San Jacinto County v Coldspring ust outside Coldspring in San Jacinto County, this 335-acre working ranch is close to Lake Livingston and Sam Houston National Forest and about an hour from Bush Intercontinental Airport. The 2,765-squarefoot ranch home has four bedrooms, three baths and wood-burning fireplace. Numerous outbuildings, including a hay-barn and a shop. Improved pastures, hay fields, ponds, scattered trees; fenced and cross-fenced. Frontage on a county-maintained asphalt road. $1,975,000.

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South Texas Victoria County v Bloomington ild is the only word that truly captures the essence of the 446-acre Lost River Ranch. Dropping down into the property, one feels like they are going back in time to an undiscovered world. The Lost River Ranch is waiting to be explored, fished, hunted, and enjoyed.

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ELM RANCH 2,500 ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Hunt uality, well-managed turnkey hunting ranches are difficult to find in the Hill Country, especially in Hunt. This ranch offers a little of everything the Hill Country has to offer. Rugged hilltops, distant views, large hardwoods the headwaters of Honey Creek, numerous springs, and deep ravines make this a beautiful ranch anyone would be proud to own. The ranch is entirely high fenced and includes two well-kept modular homes, limestone roadways throughout, an extensive list of exotics, and six water wells.

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TWIN ELM RANCH 185.8 ACRES

Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Bandera win Elm Guest Ranch is 185.8 acres located on the Medina River and only 45 minutes from San Antonio! Twin Elm is one of the original dude ranches that have been around since the early 1930s and is well known by the community and around the world. This is a Hill Country retreat that comes with a ranch house, 21 guest rooms, game room, pool, pavilion, and rodeo arena. Many say there is a peaceful spirit that lives on the ranch and if you catch it, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll fall in love with Twin Elm.

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rivilege Creek Ranch is located seven miles from Bandera, Texas, the “Cowboy Capital of the World” on paved Privilege Creek Road. The property offers ease of access from Privilege Creek Road into the Ranch’s electronic gate, leading to the Ranch’s paved entry road with manicured trees lining the drive up to the stone ranch home. The two-story home offers three-bedroom, two-bath with high ceilings and expansive balconies. There is also a two-bedroom, two-bath log cabin with full kitchen and a stone fireplace which offers the best views of the creek and valley below. There is over 1000 feet of both sides of Privilege Creek which contain multiple pools and a few natural sand beaches.

PRIVILEGE CREEK RANCH 27 ACRES

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tunning views are perched above an extensively landscaped pond on this 187-acre property with a 4,000-squarefoot hillside home. This ranch also features a one-bedroom, one-bath cabin, threestall stable, large metal barn, two ponds, a hilltop pavilion and entertainment area, and lots of privacy. If you are looking for a well-kept, move in ready ranch with stunning views in a gorgeous setting, you better take a look at this one!

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FELLER FAMILY FARM 543 ACRES

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HARPER HUNTING/FISHING RANCH 130 ACRES

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LIVEOAK CREEK RANCH 83.08 ACRES

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ENCHANTED VIEW RANCH 213 ACRES

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ince the 1800s these 182 acres have been owned by two families. The original rock homestead was expanded with an artist’s eye for blending original and contemporary styles, Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg and features an expansive master suite. The second large home on the ranch was built in 2009 with four bedrooms and an open floor plan. Other structures include a guesthouse, 4,000-squarefoot heated and cooled shop, and a large barn. The property has been wildlife managed and offers axis, deer and turkey hunting. Approximately 800 feet of Pedernales River crosses the property. Call Vic Nixon, Broker 830-889-2325 or Todd Lashley 830-459-0605 Broker/owner. Property ID: 52167

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andcrafted, unique 1841 timber and frame home with smaller replica guest home is like no other available. Simple clean lines on the outside veil the rustic extravagance expressed throughout the interior of these meticulously built homes. Inside you will find one-of-a-kind fixtures, such as the handrubbed and polished mesquite vanities with massive mesquite trunk bases which hide necessary plumbing. Each bathroom has its own distinctly shaped vanity and limestone walk-in shower design. The cowboy and Indian decor prevails throughout the homes on this 6.29 acres with horse barn, stalls, tack room, pipe-fenced corral, round pen, and divided grazing pastures. Just three miles outside of Fredericksburg, which was recently touted as the “Napa Valley of Texas.” This is a property you won’t want to miss! Call Marian Nixon 830-889-0422 or Vic Nixon 830-889-2325 for viewing appointment. Property ID: 53188

FREDERICKSBURG TRUE WEST RANCH Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

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BEAR CREEK RANCH Texas Hill Country v Kimble Co. v Junction ive water Bear Creek Ranch features 727 low-fenced acres in Kimble County. Crystal clear Bear Creek flows through the southwest corner with 1.5 miles of paved road frontage and only 15 minutes to Junction, Texas. Property is cross fenced with great native grass for cattle. Extensive cedar removal allows large oaks to flourish throughout property. There is a 2,600Âą square-foot barndominium which provides living area as well as equipment storage in a dry climatecontrolled environment. There is also one well on the property along with pump from Bear Creek. $2,073,090. Marshall Burford, Agent.

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THE DEVIL’S LOOKOUT West Texas v Val Verde County v Del Rio

INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY OASIS - 55.1 ACRES Southeast Texas v Matagorda County v Matagorda

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Texas Hill Country Edwards County v Rocksprings his 1,231.64-acre, high-fenced hunting ranch offers end-of-road seclusion amidst Hill Country beauty. Cliffs, oak trees, dry creek bed, three submersible wells, a pond and an old set of pens all meander throughout the scenic road system. Whitetail deer, turkey, axis, bobcats, hogs and dove provide plenty of hunting opportunities throughout the year. Situated in the rolling hills at the end of the road off Highway 41. $1,899,500.

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his beautiful Hill Country home has the space you will need, but still very warm and comfortable to live in. Open great room for entertaining, yet plenty of privacy in the master wing and guest rooms. 3.67 landscaped acres to roam on with a seasonal creek (16 ft deep) and views of the surrounding hills. All of this nestled just outside the city limits, and still at the back door of shopping, hospitals and restaurants! The five-bedroom, six-bath home has - 3.57± ACRES granite counters, tile floors, carpet, huge gourmet kitchen island and great room, his Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville and her offices, double laundry room, three living areas, four fireplaces (one in master) and formal living. The outside is completely landscaped with sprinkler system, private fenced pool and pool house, large wrap-around covered porches. Great views and lots of wildlife plus no city taxes!

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VALLEY VIEW RANCH 131± ACRES

VINEDO RANCH - 67.21± ACRES

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Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg Gillespie County v Fredericksburg agnificent hill top ranch with excellent otential income producer! Currently a residential property with recreational barn/RV views of Crabapple Valley close to storage. There is an additional guest house and restored vintage barn. Improved pastures Fredericksburg, Texas. Main residence is leased out for cattle grazing. If you are looking for a potential vineyard with a wine tasting room two-bedroom, two-bath with 3,500-square- in place, this is it! Would also be an incredible wedding venue. More pictures coming soon! feet, attached entertainment area, pool, wine cellar and guesthouse, exercise room, threecar garage, office and media area. Hunting allowed with abundant deer and turkey.

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Central Texas v McCulloch Co. v Rochelle eautiful 540± acres located north of Brady, Texas, just outside Rochelle. This ranch offers a nice mix of open and heavy cover that is perfect for whitetail deer. Mature live oaks scattered across ranch as well as numerous other hardwoods. 3,100± square-foot historic home with large wraparound porch to enjoy morning and evening sunsets. The ranch is perimeter fenced.

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redericksburg’s premier ranch property encompasses 175 acres. There are two structures on the property. The main house is 6,000-square-foot living, built with double wall construction (cinder block & 2x6 studs), imported tile and mudded roof with copper gutters and downspouts. Inside flooring and beams are of antique pine, Lutron lighting and antique light fixtures throughout. The second structure is the guest house of like construction and is 3,000-square-foot living. Included in the guest house is a state of the - 175± ACRES art work-out room, media room and guest Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg quarters. There is also a 40x100 insulated barn with sleeping quarters for a foreman if needed. A half-acre spring-fed lake overflows into an eight acre lake that was just recently constructed. There are two water wells, one of which has three acre feet-per-year permitted for irrigation. Extensive work has been done to remove all rocks from the fields which enables ease of care when cutting. Gentle rolling terrain with extensive views of Fredericksburg makes this property truly one of a kind. The property is surrounded by hills which provide wonderful seclusion. If you want the best of Fredericksburg, here it is!

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MEDINA RIVER HOMESTEAD

10.49± ACRES

Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Medina ocated on the north prong of the Medina River. Cozy two-bedroom, two-bath home with enclosed sunporch, garage with bunk room above and barn. Make this a must see property!

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he largest ranch ever offered in the Big Sky area, now with an additional 720 deeded acres, the 2,636± contiguous acres link Big Sky Resort and Yellowstone Club to the town of Ennis and the Madison Valley. A beautiful custom log home and several additional building locations offer stunning panoramic views. Two miles of common boundary with Wilderness create expansive hunting opportunities. Accessed by a gated roadway, the Ranch offers privacy and tranquility. Co-listed with Berkshire Hathaway. $18,750,000. Property ID: 50253

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ocated within 30 minutes of Billings, with 8,455± deeded acres, the Ranch provides private archery hunting in one of Montana’s trophy bull elk regions – the famed 590 hunting district. Managed for wildlife enhancement, the Ranch attracts and holds trophy bull elk scoring consistently at and above 345 with confirmed bulls harvested over 380. Surrounded by large land holdings, the Ranch provides privacy without seclusion with private gated access. $10,750,000. Property ID: 52008

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RACETRACK & SUMMER UNIT Montana v Deer Lodge County v Deer Lodge

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he Sun River courses through these 3,050± acres for about 3.5 miles capturing the stunning views of the adjoining Bob Marshall Wilderness and Sun River Game Range. This ultimate turnkey retreat offers remarkable fly fishing, hunting and equestrian opportunities. The masterfully crafted improvements are a beautiful combination of log and stone sited above the river. Located just west of Augusta and a 1.25hour drive to Great Falls, the Ranch also has a private helipad and hangar for ease of travel. Reduced to $8,450,000. Property ID: 46998

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MCGOVERN RANCH Montana v Madison County v Nevada City

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hese 678± acres with frontage on Fishtail Creek afford a rare opportunity to own productive ground with irrigated hay fields and live water. Abundant wildlife and game birds find cover in the ravines and along the creek bottom. Accentuated by natural beauty and outstanding recreational opportunities, the Ranch is located near Red Lodge and within an hour of Billings. $1,895,000. Property ID: 53802

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iller Farms is a fantastic Sold 720-acre property for the rancher/hunter/outdoorsman offering stunning terrain and long views that can’t be beat. It is located in the highly desired area of East Texas on the Henderson/ Anderson county line near Brushy Creek. The improved coastal East Texas Bermuda pastures and hay fields Henderson & Anderson Cos v Brushy Creek have been well maintained, and it is easily accessed just off of FM 2588. The land is very scenic rolling terrain with distinct elevation changes. The ranch is comprised of mostly fine sandy loam hills and some low wet areas along the creek. It has beautiful, massive red and post oaks and some hickory and elm trees. The ranch will easily carry 300 cows or 750 steers, and can produce enough hay to cover them. This ranch is primarily open, however there is an abundant supply of deer, hogs and other wildlife. The property includes multiple ponds and creeks for water sources as well several potential lake sites. The ranch is about 15 miles southeast of Athens, and 4 miles south of LaRue in the southeastern region of Henderson County, with some acreage also in Anderson County. It is east of FM 2588, on the south side of CR 4400.

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1,185 ACRES I-45 FRONTAGE Southeast Texas v Walker County v Huntsville nterstate 45 frontage! Excellent access with major frontage. Wooded with merchantable pine and hardwood. Tracts this Southeast Texas v Polk County v Corrigan size are getting rare with interstate frontage orestry recreation. Huge topography with hilltops. Big tract borders Pine Creek. Wooded with and feeder road access. Forestry recreation merchantable pine and hardwood. Choose your size on smaller tracts fronting US 287. $5,417,500. development. $3,851,250.

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1,837 ACRES WILDERNESS ROAD Southeast Texas San Jacinto County v Point Blank eautiful rolling terrain. Big hilltops to deep creeks. Diverse forests and soils and biological displays. ATV roads throughout. Bisected by Dobbins Creek and Lake Livingston watershed. Tall pines with native oaks, various other hardwoods. First time open market offering. Historically under forest industry ownership. Wooded with merchantable pine and hardwood. $5,235,450.

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1,514 ACRES FM 1696 Southeast Texas v Walker County v Huntsville pportunity. This size tract is getting harder to find in proximity to Houston. Mixed hardwood and pine plantation. Good rolling topography. Good internal road. Two well sites. Overhead electric transmission line makes a great sendera. $4,534,430.

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LAMPASAS RIVER 89 ACRES

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ome see this beautiful riverfront tract located on the Lampasas River just north of Lampasas. It is difficult to find this type of diversityâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;excellent river frontage, huge trees, fertile soil, and scenic rolling hills with views. Convenient three-bedroom, two-bath camp house in a gorgeous setting. $685,000. Also 34 acres with river frontage available at $315,000.

BOSQUE RIVER Texas Metroplex v Erath County v Hico orty acres of scenic river frontage on the Bosque River near Hico. This ranch is convenient to the DFW Metroplex, Austin, and all of Central Texas. It is a great place to build, recreate, hunt, or just relax. There is ample fertile bottomland allowing for a productive ranch combined with a hilltop building site overlooking the entire property. It is difficult to find riverfront country priced as low as this one! Will consider owner financing. $196,132.

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ADAMSVILLE - 23 ACRES Central Texas v Lampasas Co. v Lampasas uild your dream home beside a beautiful stand of large oaks on this secluded getaway north of Lampasas. Not far from Austin and convenient to the Temple/Killeen area. Frontage on Hwy 281. Owner financing possible. $148,701.

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he West 10.2 Ranch offers you a rare opportunity to own one of the most scenic ranches in West Texas, only three miles from Alpine, often called the “Alps of Texas.” This ranch offers the finest in gramma grass cattle country, gentle rolling hills, deep oak tree-lined canyons to high rugged scenic mountains that abound in desert mule deer, antelope, javelina, turkey, ferrell hogs, and blue quail. Ideal for the large family, entertaining guests, or someone wanting a combination cattle and hunting ranch. This ranch offers nice accommodations with three homes, foreman’s house and two bunk houses for ranch hands. You will enjoy the privacy and beauty of your ranch while only minutes away from Alpine and the fine dining, arts and craft studios, and year-round festivities offered there. Sul Ross State University, Museum of the Big Bend, Public Library, Big Bend Regional Medical Center, and the Casparis Municipal Airport are also available in Alpine. Come enjoy Alpine’s mild mountain climate and live in one of the top 15 safest places in the U.S. The value of ranch land ownership is no longer measured only by the number of animal units it will support but by the scenic beauty, recreational value, improvements, proximity to services, and potential for future value appreciation. The West 10.2 Ranch offers all of these opportunities. This ranch must be seen to appreciate it! $15,315,796.

John W. Carpenter, Broker/Owner

432-837-3325

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CHERRY SPRING CREEK RANCH Texas Hill Country v Llano & Mason Counties

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eautiful 342.4 acre Hill Country ranch in Llano and Mason Counties, just north of the Gillespie County Line. Features Cherry Spring Creek, pond, granite outcroppings, rolling terrain, views of House Mountain and Putmann Mountain. Property includes one bedroom, one bath, rock, open floor plan home, three-car garage, 3,422-squarefoot (LCAD) insulated building with crane and storage loft. Historic Fredericksburgâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shopping and dining are only about a 20-minute drive. $2,800,000.

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Central Texas Colorado County v Columbus xquisite custom-designed and built California-influenced Spanish hacienda on 105 acres. Great horse or cattle ranch with horse barn, arena, equipment barn and working pens. Wonderful ranch for entertaining with outdoor kitchen near pond, outdoor fireplace and beautiful covered pool.

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AURICH RANCH 53 ACRES

Central Texas v Austin County v New Ulm ocated on dead end county road. Woods at entrance, open pasture with pond and woods at back of property.

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Central Texas v Austin County v New Ulm

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RGL RHODE RANCH 1,765 ACRES

South Texas v McMullen County v George West

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he RGL Rhode Ranch is the premier ranch in McMullen County and is now being offered for sale! Offering the finest combination of lowfenced hunting, exquisite accommodations, tremendous water capabilities (3 irrigation wells, 9 total water wells) and prime grazing that the region possesses. This ranch shines in so many areas! Beautiful new custom ranch home, scenic rolling hills, large barn, foremanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home, giant low-fenced deer, loaded with game, fantastic brush as well as improved quail country, large stock tank, cattle pens and cross-fencing. Only 15 minutes from George West, one hour west of Corpus Christi and a little over an hour south of San Antonio. Beautiful and productive! This is a property that offers more watering capability than any ranch I have seen in this county and has improvements to match.

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ere is a unique opportunity to own a piece of Texas history just 36 miles southeast of Waco, Texas. The Steele Ranch has been in the family since the mid-19th century and is being offered for the first time to the public. The Ranch fronts Farm Road 1771 off Hwy 7 and includes 1,605 acres with 50 percent in mature native trees plus ample grazing to run cattle, three large ponds for Central Texas v Falls County v Kosse cattle or fishing, a limestone quarry lake of 3.5 acres, and the stream Big Creek flows through the property. This property is already the ultimate wildlife paradise with native species including whitetail deer, ducks, dove, etc. or add high fencing for an exotic ranch. This property includes beautiful hill tops for new home construction with fabulous views. A 1910 turreted Victorian house sits at the entrance of the property and could be used as guest quarters or a rental house for an income stream. A limestone quarry mine financial override generates a monthly income. The large acreage and design of the land makes it unique with multiple opportunities for you to make it your own. Priced at $2,993 an acre.

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Central Texas v Falls County v Waco Area

ake advantage of this unique opportunity to own 453 acres of farm, ranch and recreational land that fronts the Brazos River. The wildlife area is a paradise with native species including unique floral and plant matter, whitetail deer, dove, ducks, bald eagles, river fishing, etc. In addition to the improved crop and grassland, the property has one lake, a creek and high quality fencing. The property has access to an existing water well and electricity. The entire property is utilized and leased for an income stream and all leases may be terminated at buyer’s discretion. This is a one-of-a-kind property on the Brazos River with an expansive beach area for recreation, camping, sporting and boat launching. Priced at $3,750 an acre.

COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Texas Metroplex v Parker Co. v DFW Area

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reat investment opportunity to buy low and sell high for a commercial warehouse located in the DFW area. The warehouse property consists of 10,400± square-feet and is 52 percent leased. The existing leases are below market thus upside potential by renewing the leases to current market and leasing the vacants. The vacant space is approximately 5,000 square-feet with both spaces having office and warehouse areas with roll up doors. Ceiling heights are estimated at 16 feet and the property is positioned for a user or investor. Located off IH 20 with good ingress and close to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Priced at $600,000 or $57.69 psf.

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nlimited possibilities are offered on this 289± acres ranch with beautiful large live oaks, pecans and other mature native trees. It is truly a show place. A modest 1980 home sits tucked behind a 100-plus-year-old live oak in a secluded setting off the main road. A small creek borders the northern boundary line with an abundance of wildlife throughout. Fenced and cross-fenced for easy livestock rotation with a small trap leading to a set of metal working pens. Planted in improved Coastal Bermuda grasses for a hay crop that horse owners dream about. A mixture of sandy loam create a great base to start your own arena for the horse enthusiast. With more than 6,000 feet of road frontage, this is an investment opportunity to capitalize on. The layout of the property gives you multiple opportunities to make it your unique paradise to call home. Priced at $4,318 an acre.

Bob Dube, Broker 512-423-6670 Austin

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FALL CREEK RANCH 237 ACRES

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Kerrville

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elebrating the ultimate in Hill Country ambience, this unique and secluded ranch and estate is a world unto itself. Artistically blending luxury and easy living, this extraordinary ranch epitomizes the bold and dramatic Texas lifestyle. Offered at $6,350,000.

CONTEMPORARY HILL COUNTRY RETREAT Rick Kuper 210-240-8282

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Texas Hill Country v Real County v 7126 E. Ranch Road 337, Leakey orried about an apocalypse? Want a home that’s totally off grid? This concrete home is built like a fortress and sits on 42± secluded acres in the Texas Hill Country. Stockpile your goods in this “green” earth sheltered house. This engineering marvel offers coveted privacy at an extraordinary price. Offered at $997,500.

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PECAN HILL

Southeast Texas v Walker County

Southeast Texas v Walker County

28.38 ACRES

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EQUESTRIAN RANCH

GATOR LAKE

Central Texas v Washington County

Southeast Texas v Walker County

297 ACRES

493 ACRES

• Custom home • Barns • Arenas • Lakes

• Magnificent 40-acre lake • Spacious home • Hay production

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TEXAS RIVER RANCH

Southeast Texas v Walker County

Central Texas v Washington County

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scape to the magical world of Cross Pines Ranch and discover this wonderful custom designed and hand-crafted four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home which has been meticulously planned to create a warm family environment. The focal point of the home is the main living room with vaulted, beamed ceiling, stone fireplace and scored concrete floors. A gourmet kitchen with set-up bar and dining area is adjacent to the living area. The home has two master suites on the first level Northeast Texas v Wood County v Mineola with private patios and a large covered patio is located off of the living area. The lot has a fabulous, elevated view overlooking a tree-lined, spring-fed 47-acre trophy bass fishing lake which can be enjoyed by the fire pit. Cross Pines Ranch is a 2,000+ acre ranch with only 40 lots. The owner shares in the ownership of Cross Pines Ranch. The ranch is designated as a conservation ranch permanently dedicated to preserving the natural beauty of nature and wildlife. Owners and guests enjoy trails, horseback riding, eight trophy bass fishing lakes that have been professionally maintained for fishing, common clubhouse with pool, equestrian center, professionally designed skeet and shooting range. This special community insures privacy and provides a unique lifestyle. $1,179,000.

CROSS PINES RANCH

WORLD CLASS EQUESTRIAN FACILITY COUNTRY RETREAT Northeast Texas v Van Zandt Co. v Mabank rich, quality experience of a relaxed country atmosphere can be found at 1053 VZ CR 2712 on 81.62 acres only a short drive from the Metroplex. The main home sits under a canopy of trees with an expanded deck overlooking a sparkling 15-20 acre conservation lake. The three-bedroom, three-bath home offers a casual lifestyle with open main living area with wood-burning fireplace, set-up bar in kitchen with vaulted ceiling and dining area. The master suite has a sitting area, Jacuzzi tub and shower, woodburning fireplace, view of the lake and access to screened-in porch. Other features include a detached guest home and workshop. The acreage is gently rolling and mostly open with scattered trees and a small pond. $895,000.

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his world-class equestrian center on 39.51 acres includes a 10,000-square-foot show barn. Heated and cooled areas include an owner’s office with full bath, manager’s office, medicine room, saddle closet, tack room, laundry room, and half bath. The non-heated and cooled area includes eight stalls with auto water devices, feed room, double wash bay, tool room, hay room and shavings room. The mare motel (6,000 square-foot) includes 10 to 20 stalls with auto feed and water devices, a vet working area (484 square-foot) with side-by-side stocks, an efficiency apartment, and large bulk shavings storage. Additional improvements include a ranch house (1,200 square-foot) with two bedrooms, two baths, two-car attached carport, and front and back porches; trailer storage barn (1,200 square-foot) with electric door opener; hay/tractor barn (865 squarefoot), four large paddocks and 40 acres of improved Coastal Bermuda hay meadows. $1,499,000.

CATTLEMAN’S RANCH Northeast Texas v Henderson County v Athens

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ocated only minutes from Athens and Canton, this custom constructed home is situated on approximately 39.77 acres with two ponds, and an auxiliary building (1,500 squarefoot) with living quarters, bath and workshop area. This fabulous three-bedroom, two-anda-half-bath home has spacious living area with wood-burning fireplace, custom kitchen with set-up bar, double oven, range top and center work isle, master bath with jetted tub and shower and double vanities, large den, two-car garage, covered front porch and landscaped grounds. The property is mostly open and fenced and cross-fenced. $589,000.


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estled in the Piney Woods of East Texas, this private oasis is the destination at the road’s end. Only an hour from Shreveport and 125 miles from Dallas, you can call this home or a weekend retreat. Fish in the five-acre, spring-fed pond, or cool off in the pool. Invite all your family and friends; there is room for the party to spill out onto the massive patio by the outdoor pizza oven. The 6,000-square-foot home features four bedrooms, library, elegant formal dining room, game room and luxury master retreat. Working pens for cattle, pipe fencing for horses, barns, corrals and abundant wildlife complete this offering priced at $830,000. Call Kerrie today!

THE MCKENZIE RANCH 100 ACRES

Northeast Texas v Upshur County v Gilmer

Kerrie Medlin, Broker Associate 903-235-7339

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George W. Bush Attends Tea at the McKenzie Ranch As part of the Yamboree, the oldest annual festival in Texas, John McKenzie and his wife, Mary, hosted the Yamboree Queen’s Tea at the McKenzie Ranch in Gilmer, Texas on October 18, 1991. George W. Bush, then a managing partner of the Texas Rangers, was a guest speaker at the All Service Club luncheon that immediately preceded the tea. Afterward, Bush was escorted to the McKenzie Ranch complete with secret service protection. Mary McKenzie recalls coming home from work for lunch prior to the event, when a black sedan zoomed past her on the winding road leading to her house. McKenzie remembers four large men in dark suits stepping out of the sedan and looking around the ranch in a cautious manner. “It was just like you see on TV,” McKenzie said. “They had sunglasses on and devices in their ears. It was a little unsettling.” She goes on to say that the men introduced themselves as secret service personnel and explained that they were there to check the

house before the event, for guns and to see where the exits were located. McKenzie added, “As unnerving as that was, the thing that bothered me most was the fact that these men were going through the entire house and I had not made the beds that morning!” The French doors were flung open the day of the tea so guests could enjoy the warm weather as they went in and out of the house helping themselves to food and beverages which were served on the porches and patios. Sue Williams, the local home economics teacher, was famous in the community for her marvelous yeast rolls. She, and her class, had made small yeast rolls served with ham as one of the many delicious food items prepared for the occasion. Ironically, Mrs. Williams had been George W. Bush’s nanny when he was a child in West Texas. Mr. Bush spent about two hours at the McKenzie Ranch visiting with guests, but he spent most of his time conversing with Dr.

McKenzie on the back porch, overlooking the pastures and woodlands. They talked about hunting, oil and gas investments and the upcoming gubernatorial race between him and Ann Richards. McKenzie told Bush that he would vote for him but said, “I don’t think you have a prayer. Ann Richards is really popular now!” Shortly after the tea, Richards was featured on the cover of Texas Monthly in the now famous “White Hot Mama” publication where she is straddling a motorcycle in white leathers. All in all, according to the McKenzies, it was an exciting day. Mary’s new friends, the secret service agents, were discreetly stationed throughout the three-story home during the entire affair. And, Mary added, “All my beds were made.” The McKenzies received a personal thank you letter from George Bush several weeks after the celebration on Texas Ranger stationery. They still have that, along with all the memories of fun and eventful times on the ranch. FarmAndRanch.com 105


DISCOVER COLORADOâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BEST KEPT SECRET Colorado v Chaffee County v Salida

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erched high above the Rockies, in one of the mildest alpine climates, is a 1,300-acre residential conservation preserve bordering BLM and National Forest Service land. Boasting 63 perfectly appointed homesites with unobstructed mountain views, pine forests, creekside trails and paved roads. Enjoy the serene setting and peace-of-mind living in an established gated community. Located just 10 miles to downtown Salida, Coloradoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s charming and vibrant winter and summer destination, or 15 minutes to the family-friendly Monarch ski area. Paved roads, gentle topography and extraordinary views of some of the highest peaks in all of Colorado, your mountain home awaits! 10-50 acre lots starting at $105,000.

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estled at the base of Baker’s Peak this perimeter fenced 506± acre ranch offers many possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast. Snowmobiling in winter, in summer it offers future expansion for the hay or grain fields, and in the fall, big game hunting. There are several outbuildings on the property, a domestic well is in place and ample 10 cfs irrigation water (gravity flow) to sprinkle or flood irrigate the fields. Nearby Baker’s Peak and Black Mountain are well-known hunting areas. The big game includes elk, mule deer, and pronghorn. Harvest hay in the summer and have a hunting operation in the fall. $1,300,000.

BAKER’S PEAK VISTA RANCH Colorado v Moffat County v Craig

FOUR SPRINGS RANCH Colorado v Moffat County v Maybell ocated on the edge of historic Maybell, Colorado, this 343.98± acre ranch is embellished by the banks of the Yampa River. The Yampa River is nationally known for river fishing and rafting. The area is also well known for big game hunting. Winter elk, mule deer and a wide variety of waterfowl frequent the property. The Four Springs Ranch never has a shortage of water with multiple springs on the property and the main source of irrigation­152 water shares of the Maybell Canal. The fenced pastures currently support 65 pairs of cattle year around. A charming 1,596-square-foot owner or manager’s home, barn, equipment shed and numerous buildings, along with corrals complete the improvements. Great ranch set-up in the perfect location. $1,250,000.

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RIVER RANCH ON THE YAMPA Colorado v Moffat County v Maybell ocated just 20 minutes from the town of Craig and a short 40-minute drive from the Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden. The River Ranch on the Yampa offers a beautiful and modern 4,423-square-foot, five-bedroom, four-bathroom home, with a walkout finished basement featuring spectacular views. Adjacent to the home is a large 2,160-square-foot metal barn with six stalls and an insulated fitting room. This property presents 128.68 acres with senior water rights, partial mineral rights, irrigated alfalfa and grass hay meadows, plus multiple ponds. The historic Yampa River Valley is well known for its trophy elk and deer hunting, quality river rafting and phenomenal fishing. $1,250,000 reduced to $1,050,000.

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Texas v Jeff Davis County v Ft. Davis n expansive block of contiguous land rising from a trout-filled river up to the national forest. This extraordinary 10,350± his property consists of 4,772± acres of exclusive ecologically diverse acre sporting paradise is distinguished by its diverse landscape, shaded canyons and mountainous terrain set against the backdrop exceptional privacy, and location only 20 minutes from the airport of Mount Livermore and encompasses all of Brooks Mountain. Alpine and 45 minutes from ski resort amenities. $45,000,000. Contact elevations offer the most exquisite views in Texas. Improved lodging Brian Smith for more information 970-879-5544. for family and guests, exceptional big game, and exceedingly private. $17,500,000. Contact Tyler Jacobs for more information 979-690-9933.

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ancho Doljoca is a world-class, high desert hunting ranch near Kino Bay in Sonora, Mexico. The ranch includes a large 6,000± square-foot hacienda and supporting improvements. Guaranteed tags and first-class experience for trophy desert bighorn sheep, desert mule deer and Coues deer. $6,500,000. Contact Tyler Jacobs for more information 979-690-9933.

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remium recreational retreat of 612± acres with 1.5± miles of riverfront, trophy architecture, outstanding privacy and extraordinary wildlife. A main house, commanding club house, river pavilion and restored historic barn make this the most significant offering available on the river. $8,900,000. Contact Keith Lenard for more information 406-542-3762.

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obbins Farm is located immediately west of charming Chappell Hill and offers 238± acres of gently rolling pastureland and wildflowers. The abundant road frontage, community charm, proximity to Houston and Brenham combine to provide a grand offering to build a country estate or future development. $2,995,000. Contact Tyler Jacobs for more information 979-690-9933. www.hallandhall.com 888-260-4470 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946. Sales | Auctions | Finance | Appraisals | Management

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ocated within 15 minutes of downtown Pagosa Springs and Stevens Field Airport, this property is exceptionally well located and bordered by County Road 600. Featuring 810± acres of vacant land minutes from the San Juan National Forest, incredible views, Ponderosa pine trees, and build-to-suit opportunity. $2,950,000. Contact Jeff Buerger for more information 303-861-8282.


HAY-PRODUCING FARMLAND Central Texas Lee County v Austin/Houston entrally located between Austin and Houston, these three contiguous tracts of land total 403Âą beautiful acres. Buy all three or split them up. FM 1624 frontage. The property offers nice returns on hay production and is meticulously maintained. Both Lincoln and Lee County water, multiple tanks, improved open land boasting high quality coastal grasses. Perfect for continued hay production, grazing or development. House, barns with electricity, nice roads. Water rights convey.

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ncredible estate property in Wimberley, Texas. The perfect potential for a B&B. The main house is two-bedroom, two-bath and the guest suites are six-bedroom, six-bath, each with exterior entrances. More than 23 acres of vast land full of trees and winding creeks! 700+ feet of Blanco River frontage, all private and navigable! Approximately 2,240 square-feet of garages, parking for large equipment and for your guests. The property offers amazing river views, hunting, fishing, paved roads, picnic areas, putting green and a bonfire pit. Gym, large porches, multiple living accommodations and a sport court are included. Comes completely furnished. $3,500,000.

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COMANCHE HILL RANCH Texas Hill Country v Uvalde County v Utopia

are offering of a gem, this magnificent, turnkey, 155-acre, highly improved hunting and recreational ranch is located south of Utopia in the sought after transition zone of the Hill Country! A stunning rock home, barn and studio make up the hilltop headquarters with gorgeous views. Whether you are interested in a hunting operation, permanent residence, corporate retreat, or weekend get-a-way, Comanche Hill Ranch has it all! $2,200,000.

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deal opportunity to own an established 358acre improved cattle, hunting, recreational ranch offering a diverse mix of improved field land, brush and the West Squirrel Creek. A Spanish-style main home, guest home, stables, entertainment casita, barn and arena make this a truly South Texas destination ranch ready for the rancher or outdoor enthusiast! $2,100,000.

Bob Heyen Realty Kyle Heyen, Broker 210-912-6007 • 830-426-4333 bobheyenrealty.com

LA BRISA RANCH South Texas v Medina County v D’Hanis

2400 WOFFORD LN HOUSE & RANCHETTE Beevillehome Real Estate Brokerage Cindy Bagwell 361-362-9737

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South Texas v Bee County v Beeville ocated in the outskirts, walking distance to Beeville, Texas, is a five-bedroom, threebath showplace home which is headquarters to up to 67 acres. At this list price the property contains the barn and pens and 30.60 acres. The main house is three-bedroom, two-bath with massive living, dining, kitchen area and across the house’s enormous carport is an additional two-bedroom, one-bath quarters. The ranch barn is behind the house with pens. Owner will, with 20 percent down, finance whatever you buy at 6 percent interest rate, for a term of up to 30 years (W.A.C). $750,000.

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ocated in south central Pennsylvania, sits this 151+ acre estate, a phenomenal equine and car enthusiast’s facility. The personal residence is 9,900 square feet with five bedrooms and five bathrooms, two master suites, an exercise area, indoor gym with basketball, racquet ball, etc., steam room, four-car personal garage plus an 8,845-square-foot collector’s car showroom and garage. The property also includes a 20-stall indoor arena with manager’s apartment and viewing room. There is one mile of stream frontage, an outdoor tennis court, plus additional outbuildings. Price available upon request. MLS#21702063

David L. Sites, Associate Broker 717-337-1188 or 717-487-4000 dlsites@rlmco.net GettysburgHomes.net

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