Viewing Blake Hortenstine's Listings T & P Ranch 830 acres in Callahan county (1895 per acre)

Property Description: This is an ecologically diverse high fenced hunting ranch. T&P Ranch is tucked away yet easy to get to from I20. A historical 1906 home is located at the headquarters with a nice metal barn. There are five (5) food plots set up and ready to hunt with quality blinds and feeders. There are three (3) major creeks (Mexia, Brushy and Deep Creeks) that traverse the central and western part of the ranch creating excellent water features, deep soils, and variety of mature hardwoods. Conversely the eastern portion of the ranch has high elevations with scattered live oaks and breathtaking views of Callahan County. The ranch has an excellent system of roads providing good access to most areas.

Contract Pending Welch Motte Ranch 312 acres in Smith county (5368.59 per acre)

Overview: Welch Motte Ranch is an exceptional multi-use ranch in a desirable area of East Texas. Rarely does a ranch come to the market that genuinely offers exceptional cattle grazing, a spring-fed private lake, great hunting and an updated modern ranch home. Welch Motte Ranch capitalizes on all of these ranch requirements; remarkably, the setting combines rolling elevation changes, towering pine trees, heavy tree cover, live water springs and lush improved pastures.

Eureka Ranch 1087 acres in Coleman county (1995 per acre)

Description: A standout Coleman County ranch for all-around recreational enjoyment, Eureka Ranch showcases a large bass lake, exceptional wildlife habitat and hunting, scenic elevations changes, and big views. Combined with comfortable lodging, the ranch offers both owner and guest all the reasons to come stay a while.

Clay Hill Ranch 4795 acres in Freestone county (1 per acre)

PROPERTY OVERVIEW: Manicured, improved hay pastures roll gently into thick hardwood forests on the Clay Hill Ranch, which, by any measure, is an exceptional property. With nearly 4,800 +/- contiguous deeded acres, this East Texas ranch is uncommonly large for the area and very productive. Approximately 650 cultivated acres have historically produced an average of 9,000 round bales of hay in three cuttings per year without livestock production. The owner has recently implemented a cattle feeding program designed to accommodate an Angus herd consistently grazing in numbers between 500 and 750 head under rotational grazing while maintaining a significant hay crop. Two large live creeks, numerous creek draws, two lakes stocked with fish, and more than 20 stock tanks provide ample water for livestock and wildlife. Managed wetlands attract migrating and resident waterfowl. And then there is the game, large and small, whitetail deer, wild hogs, and doves. It is no wonder that thousands of years ago the Caddo Indian culture flourished here. The improvements on the Clay Hill Ranch are well considered and beautifully maintained. A custom stone ranch house, completed in 2011, has 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths in 5,898 +/- square feet, with adjoining guest quarters for family and friends. Operational facilities include a 10,000-square-foot equipment barn and office, two modular houses for hunting parties, and a manager’s residence. Located a short distance from Interstate 45, the Clay Hill Ranch is less than two hours driving time from Dallas and less than three hours from both Houston and Austin. Location, productive agriculture, beautiful terrain, abundant wildlife, and gracious and practical improvements – the Clay Hill Ranch is all encompassing.

Hunt County 93 93.2 acres in Hunt county (4750 per acre)

Description: The Hunt County 93 consists of flat to slightly rolling terrain, good water resources, and fertile productive pastures for cattle/hay production and farming. The property consists of approximately 75% pasture and 25% tree cover. The site, access, location, and utilities combine to offer excellent development potential.

Star Brand Ranch 4820 acres in Kaufman county (Call Broker per acre)

Star Brand Ranch is approximately 30 minutes from downtown Dallas on US Highway 175. From downtown, travel southeast on US Highway 175 for ±28 miles and exit at FM 2578. Star Brand signs will identify the exit. Continue east along the frontage road for just over 1 mile and arrive at the ranch’s iconic front gate on the south (right). As they have for most of the last century, a line of ancient live oak and pecan trees above white pipe fencing will escort you down Star Brand Drive (a private asphalt road) to the ranch’s storied homestead.

Sold Pin Oaks Ranch 320 acres in Van Zandt county (3984 per acre)

Overview: Pin Oaks Ranch has been developed and enjoyed by an avid outdoorsman who sought an excellent family hunting and fishing weekend getaway within an hour of The Metroplex. This primarily wooded recreational ranch is highly scenic and manicured; the combination of topographic relief, untouched hardwood trees, food plot development and a recently constructed private lake make it an extremely rare offering to the marketplace, regardless of distance.

Sold Post Oak Creek Ranch 740 acres in Callahan county (1595 per acre)

This property needs some dozer work to maximize access and enjoy the full potential of this property. It also has great possibilities as a ranch to be high game fenced to grow trophy whitetail deer. The potential is unlimited!

Pilot Knob Ranch 987 acres in Freestone county (3547 per acre)

Pilot Knob Ranch fits most parameters that ranch buyers seek. This Fairfield Texas ranch for sale is an offering with exceptional wildlife diversity, extremely private setting, great location between major metropolitan areas, varying hardwood covered topography with amazing views throughout the ranch and multiple stocked lakes making for a truly year round ranch that the savviest of ranch buyers would love to call home.

Sold Tracy Ranch 403 acres in Comanche county (2395 per acre)

History: The Tracy ranch has been in the same family since it was purchased in the 1960s. There is an old railroad right of way crossing the property adding historical interest.

Las Lomas Ranch 267 acres in Bosque county (5524 per acre)

Description: As you leave Meridian headed west on State Highway 22 toward the property, the topography of the area begins to make a noticeable change. One that continues as you turn and wind your way along FM 1473 to the Las Lomas Ranch. Spanish for “The Hills”, Las Lomas are exactly what you will find in this highly desirable part of Bosque County. These rolling timber and native grass covered hills are rich in wildlife, perfect for all types of recreational activities, and just the spot to enjoy some occasional r&r or full time country living.

Sold Droptine Ranch 636 acres in Young county (1795 per acre)

This ranch is 100% pastureland with nice rolling topography. Large hills with exceptional wildlife habitat, big hardwoods and native grasses are found throughout. Large seasonal tributaries run through the majority of the northern half of the ranch. There are several good locations for a possible lake site. The mixture of trees covering this ranch include Post Oak, Live Oak, Chittamwood, Cottonwood, Mesquite and Hackberry trees. Lotebush, prickly pear cactus, catclaw are also present and beneficial for wildlife.

Triple C Ranch 486 acres in Upshur county (2753 per acre)

Overview: The ranch’s primary uses include: outdoor recreation and family fellowship in a memorable setting. The combination of live water creeks, topography, diverse tree canopy and a developed ranch road system enhance the ranch’s overall appeal, offering a unique setting for sportsmen and their families.

Sold Rolling Oaks Ranch 320 acres in Young county (2400 per acre)

Overview: Rolling Oaks Ranch is a pleasantly diverse ranch located in the heart of Young County. On the front half of the ranch, mesquite trees have been strategically cleared to stimulate the native grass growth. Big rolling hills covered in large, mature Oak trees surround a seasonal creek that traverses the center of the ranch from east to west. Thick native cover is located on the back portion of the ranch along with nice rock outcrops and steep slopping hills. Excellent hilltop views are abundant inside Rolling Oaks Ranch.

Sold Glen Cove Ranch 668 acres in Coleman county (2375 per acre)

Description: The Glen Cove Ranch is an exceptional recreational property that features a blanket covering of hardwood forest, superb wildlife habitat, top notch hunting, scenic topography, a comfortable cabin, multiple water wells, and end of the road seclusion.

Mira Vista Ranch 309 acres in Comanche county (2650 per acre)

From the intersection of US-377/US-67/TX-36 and TX-16 in downtown Comanche. Go south on TX-16 for 0.6 miles to FM-590 on right. Proceed southwest on FM-590 for 2.0 miles to FM-573. Follow FM-573 south for 3.4 miles to the gated ranch entrance on right.

Sold Camp Branch Ranch 566 acres in Erath county (3500 per acre)

Location: The Camp Branch Ranch is located 5+/- miles Northeast of Hico, Texas, approximately 90 miles South of Dallas and 75 miles South of Ft. Worth.

Sold Marks Ranch 479.86 acres in Hamilton county (2975 per acre)

Description: The Marks Ranch is a highly desirable recreational property that features rolling topography, big views, numerous building sites, multiple named creeks, abundant wildlife, and prime wildlife habitat. Experience the satisfaction of private ranch ownership while you hunt, fish, drive trails, make plans to build your hunting cabin or ranch home, watch the sun set over a distant horizon, or observe a star-filled night in the country. Rounding out the property, you’ll appreciate the additional privacy and seclusion provided by large neighboring ranches to the west (850+/- acres) and north (1,992+/- acres).

Sold Rock Springs Ranch 464 acres in Bosque county (2150 per acre)

Description: The ranch is primarily comprised of rolling to gently sloping native pasture, with small areas of wooded acreage in the southeast portion of property. Typical of this part of Bosque County, the ranch appears to well suited for grazing livestock, hay production, and/or cultivation.

Sold Newcomb Creek Ranch 627 acres in Shackelford county (1895 per acre)

This is a high quality ranch that has been taken good care of. It is set up right and is a great ranch to run cattle, hunt and enjoy the great outdoors.

Sold Pine Lake Ranch 207 acres in Van Zandt county (4179 per acre)

Pine Lake Ranch is a highly scenic, heavily timbered recreational ranch with a memorable 6+ acre spring-fed fishing lake. From the ranch’s entry gate, a private mile long ranch road leads through towering pine trees and hardwood timber to the ranch’s private fishery. The overall timber canopy gives the ranch a large feel in a unique setting. For family’s seeking a year-round ranch, Pine Lake Ranch has impressive private waters for fishing and water recreation, dense woods for hunting and it’s located in an outstanding neighborhood with fine dining, shopping and entertainment. For more information on Canton, Ben Wheeler and Edom, TX please visit the links below: Canton – Ben Wheeler – Edom –

Sold Allen Ranch 200 acres in Throckmorton county (1895 per acre)

Terrain: The ranch features rolling terrain with hills running from east to west. There are big distant views from a high hilltop in the NW corner of the property above the western most field. This high hill top was a popular camping site for many cowboys on the Old Swenson ranch in years past. The hilltop overlooks a large creek where cattle find a reliable source of water. Native grasses are in excellent condition and the ranch is ready to be stocked with cattle.

Sold 4M Ranch 2092 acres in Red River county (1895 per acre)

Scenic Red River frontage, large spring-fed private lakes, spring-fed Pine Creek, dramatic topography changes, rolling coastal Bermuda pastures, timber-laden hills, and highly productive agricultural soils typify 4M Ranch. The ranch’s spectacular river peninsula, distinct shape and land plan fuse, creating a notable multi-purpose ranch with improved grasses for cattlemen, prime soils and pivots for working farmers and unique habitat diversity for sportsmen.

Sold Cedar Ridge Ranch 1922 acres in Bosque county (4050 per acre)

Cedar Ridge Ranch is a phenomenal ranch offering with countless amenities perfect for a year round getaway. If you are seeking a ranch to escape the city life, hunt/fish, run cattle or spend more time with family and friends then this is the ranch for you!

Sold Strong Ranch 1550 acres in Bosque county (2850 per acre)

The Strong Ranch is an outstanding recreational ranch property that features scenic hilltop views, prime wildlife habitat, excellent hunting, plentiful surface and underground water, and rolling native grass pastures. The ranch perimeter is currently all low fenced, but the shape and topography of the ranch lend it to being easily high fenced, to create an exceptional trophy game hunting ranch. This beautiful Bosque County ranch is unimproved (no houses or barns) and provides potential building sites for your hunting lodge on the hill or cabin overlooking the lake.

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