Viewing Properties Between 1,001 and 5,000 Acres
1009 acres ($3,500 per acre)
Minerals, red sand, rolling hills, live oak trees, and plentiful water make this a choice parcel of South Texas. This ranch would be ideal for the serious hunter as well as the family and proximity to San Antonio makes it convenient for an afternoon hunt.
1012 acres ($925 per acre)
Great hunting ranch that has minerals available.
1043 acres (10,000 per acre)
This is an incredible property ideally suited for utilizing as a beautiful, luxury ranch or holding for near term development. It is in a prime location on the Granbury/Weatherford Highway (Highway 51) on the county line. This ranch is 8.5 miles North of Granbury and 13 miles South of Weatherford, with over one mile of frontage on Highway 51.
1050 acres ($10,475 per acre)
This is simply a rare opportunity to own one of the largest permitted private lakes in Texas. It is the chance of a lifetime for a select few to acquire a trophy bass fishery that is arguably one of the finest. At 300 acres, this size of lake with water depths of around 35 feet is unmatched: it is extremely difficult to receive a permit to build one like it, very expensive to construct it, and highly challenging to find something similar on the market.
Red Fork Ranch
1100 acres (2,550 per acre)
This 1,100 acre recreational ranch has great topography and diverse cover, a deer herd with enhanced characteristics via introductions of 200” genetics, a new high fence and a soft release pen. The ranch is mostly rolling but has elevation changes of 400 feet with a high ridgeline on the southern end. This land is only 80 miles west of Fort Worth, South of Strawn, and with deer blinds and feeders in place, it is ready for the season.
Double Eagle Ranch
1155 acres ($1,950 per acre)
This is an excellent low-fenced hunting ranch. The ranch has county road frontage, 2 water wells, and a good stock tank. Electricity is available.
Knox County Hunting Ranch with Minerals
1210 acres (1,495 per acre)
Diverse ranch with Trophy Whitetail Deer, Waterfowl, Turkey, Quail and Dove hunting. Seller owns 50% of the Minerals and Executive Lease rights. The ranch has paved road frontage (FM 266) with the Brazos River along its northern boundary. Some cleared pastures for cattle and cultivated wheat fields, a 10 acre lake with several stock tanks. Nearest town is Seymour with all the amenities.
Edwards County Ranch
1239 acres ($1,595 per acre)
This Edwards County hunting ranch is being offered as the entire 1239 acres, as well as in 3 tracts of approximately 291, 446 and 502 acres. The 502 acres has the house and other improvements. (Survey of tracts has not been done, so acreages are variable.) If sold in 3 tracts, the tract with the improvements will be priced at $1695/acre and the other 2 tracts will be $1495/acre.
Irrigated Cropland with Income Potential
1240 acres ($1,422 per acre)
1240 acres of which 1200 m/l acres are irrigated cropland. There is 1230 tillable acres, with an approximate yield of 60+ bushels of Wheat per acre (majority of acres in Wheat) and 240 bushels of Corn per acre (230 acres). Soils in both sections are suitable for potato crops. Agricultural lease offers opportunities favorable to investors.
1,314 acres, Eldorado, Schleicher Co., Tx.
1314 acres ($1,500 per acre)
Ranch land, with one field, operated as a cattle, sheep and goat ranch and deer hunting.
1,385 Ac. Uvalde Co. Cline Mountain Ranch - SOLD
1385 acres ($2,858 per acre)
Great hunting ranch with impressive Turkey Creek and unique Cline Mountain with an elevation of 1263’. Great views, good brush and large oak trees make this ranch exceptional.
1,500 acres Callahan County
1500 acres ($1,675 per acre)
Cross N Ranch
1570 acres ($3,969 per acre)
With excellent livestock production and wildlife production, diversity abounds on the Cross N Ranch! The Hill Country seemingly meets productive and convenient North Texas in all of its splendor. The Cross N Ranch is a real ranch owner's treasure just rural enough for peaceful living and enjoyment, yet, just close enough to the modern conveniences provided by the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.
Dos Rios Ranch
1722 acres ($1,750 per acre)
Frontage on two livewater rivers, productive improved grasses, dense wooded hunting pastures, natural springs, loaded with wildlife, including whitetail deer, turkey, hog, big cat, and migratory duck and geese
Highly Improved Cattle Ranch
1732 acres ($1000 per acre)
Brazos River frontage, two houses, feed lots, improved pastures
1920 acres ($1,250 per acre)
It joins the part of the 6666 Ranch that was sold a few years back. This is a remote ranch that joins large tracts and is on the edge of big ranch country of northwest Texas. This is a part of Texas that is still remote and undeveloped and a great part of Texas history.
The ETC Ranch consists of some cultivation, mesquite flats, and deep canyons and is well watered with 12 tanks and 3 windmills. The ranch is accessed by a good gravel road that cuts it almost in half. The cultivation and mesquite flats lie on the east side. The deep cedar canyons are on the west. There is a small cabin, shed and a nice barn at the headquarters. Also a good set of corrals, grain bins and equipment shed already in place. This ranch is a real good combination cattle and hunting ranch. There is approximately 500 acres in cultivation that is usually planted in winter wheat for grazing or grain. The ranch has good fences and could be a cow-calf or stocker operation. It has good perimeter fences and cross fences.
1,936 acre Callahan County Ranch
1936 acres ($1,995 per acre)
This Texas Ranch Recreational property is located approximately 10 miles South of Baird on the West side of US Hwy. 283 and has excellent grassland and bottomland fields. The property is high fenced on roughly 2 sides and offers outstanding hunting of deer, turkey, wild hogs. Water is supplied by Pecan Bayou Creek, tanks and Callahan County rural water. Improvements include a good set of pens and minerals. Call for additional information.
2,000 acres in Bowie County
2000 acres ($2,900 per acre)
2,000 acres in Bowie County on the Red River. 1,000 acres of Irrigated Farmland.
Oak Canyon Ranch
2050 acres ($695 per acre)
The Oak Canyon Ranch is a great hunting and cattle ranch with deep canyons and scenic views. The canyon draws are lined with hardwood trees that offer good cover for the White Tail and Mule deer that are native to this area. This ranch is very unique,remote and rare in beauty. With water , food plots and good cover it offers great habitat for the abundance of wildlife in this area of Texas.
2100 acres (2,095 per acre)
Will Divide. Located West of Kerrville, just 2 miles South of Garven Store on Hwy 83, the K2 Ranch is in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. You can see for miles from atop rolling live oak-covered hills offering beautiful views. This ranch is high game fenced and stocked with South Texas whitetails and gold level exotics including axis, fallow, sika, and audad. Owner will convey 50% of minerals.
Cross n Farm & Ranch
2370 acres ($3,202 per acre)
With excellent livestock production, cultivation, and wildlife production, diversity abounds on the Cross N Ranch! The Hill Country seemingly meets productive and convenient North Texas in all of its splendor. The Cross N Ranch is a real ranch owner's treasure just rural enough for peaceful living and enjoyment, yet, just close enough to the modern conveniences provided by the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.
Quail Ridge Ranch
2479 acres ($385 per acre)
Excellent hunting ranch that comes with minerals.
Lazy F Ranch
2800 acres ($2,550 per acre)
Bee and Goliad Counties Ranch--2,800 Acres, will divide. Approximately 46% of mineral rights owned, half of all owned mineral rights will be conveyed with sale. Huge live oaks, South TX brush, bull mesquites, brush strips--excellent for quail hunting with bird dogs. 4 miles of Blanco Creek, a seasonal creek that will flow some water in a wet a year. Located 8 miles from Beeville. Great hunting for deer, hogs, turkey, quail, dove, and ducks.
2844 acres ($2,000 per acre)
This is a very diverse ranch that has been in the same family for over 100 years. The property features large elevation changes, from high hills to a deep creek bottom. Lagarto Creek traverses the ranch for approximately 3 miles. Wildlife habitat is excellent for deer, quail, and turkey. Water is provided by 3 windmills, one water well with an electric pump, two stock tanks, and the seasonal Lagarto Creek.
2,903 AC. Eagle Ridge Ranch, Mason Co.
2903 acres ($5,167 per acre)
Extensive live water, including the Llano River, James River & Mill Creek, 4 water wells & 2 tanks highlight this high fenced ranch that features many exotics as well as native wildlife.
2903 Ac. Eagle Ridge Ranch, Mason, TX.
2903 acres ($5,167 per acre)
Fabulous, extensive live water includes 1.7± miles of Llano River frontage, 1.7± miles of James River frontage, & 2.1± miles of Mill Creek. There are 6 water wells, 1 with windmill & the remainder with subpumps. A 700+ GPM irrigation well is located in the NE portion of the ranch in the 500-acre game trap & is equipped with a pivot irrigation system. There are also 2 small tanks, each 1-2 acres. LP: $15,000,000.
DFW Hill Country Ranch
2905 acres ($3800 per acre)
Beautiful large ranch located in the Barnett Shale.
Flying G Ranch
3015 acres ($6,633 per acre)
The Flying G Ranch is an outstanding hunting ranch with amenities that are the best we have seen in South Texas. The ranch includes over 3.5 miles of Nueces River frontage and comes with 1,505 acres of producing Net Mineral Acres in a very active region of the Eagle Ford Shale. There are several Carrizo water wells with pivots and underground water lines throughout the ranch. Excellent ranch for hunting, fishing and entertaining.
3200 acres (1995 per acre)
This is a great multi-purpose ranch located in the heart of the popular north central prairie region of Texas. The grasslands are good for both cattle and wildlife, and the location is close to DFW being only one hour from Ft. Worth. There are a few creek systems that run through the ranch, and several escarpments and rock hillsides make for some dramatic terrain.
Triple Creek Ranch
3248 acres (2326 per acre)
Triple Creek Ranch’s 3,248 acres are spread out over some of the best cattle country in Northeast Texas. An abundance of creeks, flowing artesian wells and ponds give the ranch ample water even in dry periods. It is a truly rare opportunity to find a single tract with this much good pasture and water in Northeast Texas. The wooded creeks and proximity to the Sulfur River bottoms endow Triple Creek with superb hunting and outdoor recreational opportunity as well.
3525 acres ($3,262.41 per acre)
Outstanding live water South Texas recreation ranch! Intense management program in place, proven genetics in many of the whitetails, abundant game birds, and selected exotics. Excellent fences and roads. Easily accessible. South Texas vegetation. Newly rennovated and updated lodge, garage to accommodate high seat hunting vehicles, two barns a 12 ton overhead grain bin, multiple high quality feeders and hunting blinds.
3600 acres ($1,175 per acre)
IT'S ALMOST HUNTING SEASON! SEE THIS ONE TO BELIEVE IT! The SWC Ranch is a prime hunting and cattle ranch that is joined on all sides by large ranches in this remote area of NW Texas. This is an unique piece of Texas that joins some of the most historic ranches in Texas and has some of the best hunting that the lone star state has to offer. The ranch is enrolled in the MLD program in cooperation with Texas Parks and Wildlife and has been for 10 years. This program allows ADDITIONAL HARVEST TAGS for does and bucks. This TROPHY BUCK RANCH IS A MUST SEE!
Blanco Creek Ranch
3703 acres ($2950 per acre)
The Blanco Creek Ranch offers the rare combination of excellent south Texas hunting terrain with exceptional live water with miles of the Sabinal River and the Blanco Creek. High fenced with tremendous Whitetail genetics, excellent quail habitat and some exotics make the ranch a remarkable hunting ranch. Impressive improvements offer a real showplace for discriminating ranch buyers
The Pease River Ranch
3794 acres ($1350 per acre)
Hunting and cattle ranch - whitetail & mule deer, bobwhite quail; 50% royalties and 100% executory rights available (on every acre but one section; subject to buyer's verification)
3840 acres ($1195 per acre)
The ranch is very remote, secluded and is diverse in terrain. This ranch is a good cattle and hunting ranch with good fences and plenty of water.
Hoyt River Ranch
4223 acres ($2,960 per acre)
Exceptional high fenced recreational and agricultural ranch with over two miles of the Leona River, located 10 miles south of Uvalde. Along with rolling hills covered in excellent south Texas brush and rich river bottom soils, the ranch includes excellent groundwater resources and a unique historic home built on the banks of the River. This ranch appears to be OUT of the Eagle Ford play and is not burdened by traffic and continues to be a peaceful and secluded property
4250 AC TURN-KEY HUNTING RANCH
4250 acres (4235 per acre)
THIS HIGHLY IMPROVED RECREATIONAL RANCH WILL SATISFY ALL MANNER OF OUTDOOR
ENTHUSIASTS . WORLD CLASS WHITE-TAILED DEER HUNTING, OUTSTANDING
DOVE HUNTING, PLENTIFUL QUAIL AND TURKEY, TROPHY AXIS DEER AND FISHING IN
YOUR OWN FULLY STOCKED LAKE THAT ATTRACTS SEASONAL DUCKS ….WHO COULD
WISH FOR MORE?
THE 6000+ SQUARE FOOT GORGEOUSLY APPOINTED LODGE WITH A FULLY LOADED
GOURMET KITCHEN, GAME ROOM AND BAR , TWO LUXURIOUS MASTER SUITES, 4 HUGE
GUEST SUITES WITH PRIVATE BATHS , HUNTER’S MUD ROOM, OFFICE, GUN ROOM AND
OUTDOOR COOKING AND ENTERTAINMENT AREA WILL DELIGHT THE HUNTER AND
NON-HUNTER ALIKE. COMPLETELY TURNKEY ALL EQUIPMENT AND DEER CONVEY!
Agua Dulce Ranch
4286 acres ($1,450 per acre)
Agua Dulce Ranch is 4286 acres in the transition zone between the South Texas Brush Country and the Texas Hill Country. It is available in its entirety or in two tracts of approximately 3200 acres and 1086 acres. The 3200 acres has a small hunting cabin, older barn and 3 wells, and the 1086 acres has a lodge, 2 wells, field and barn. (Survey of tracts has not been done, so acreages are variable.) If sold in two tracts, the acreage with the lodge will be priced at $1895/acre and the remaining acreage will be priced at $1295/acre.
Falling Waters Ranch
4661 acres ($2,000 per acre)
Stunning live water Texas Hill Country/South Texas ranch with spectacular caves, exotic and native wildlife, beautiful vistas and large neighbors. Multiple dwellings including a main house, guest house an historic cabin, and a barn. Horses included in the sale. A portion of minerals convey with sale. Sells turn-key; owners will also divide.
Irrigated Cropland with minerals
4700 acres ($1,340 per acre)
Irrigated Cropland with minerals. Great crop lease income and Government payment programs. This property has great investment and income potential.
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