1,800 Acres - ELM CREEK RANCH,
FM 140, Frio County, Pearsall 78061
A rare opportunity to own a scenic ranch located in desirable Frio County that has been family owned since 1978. Two Carrizo irrigation water wells, Elm Creek and diverse brush make this an attractive offering.
IMPROVEMENTS:The ranch headquarters are situated on a hill overlooking the entire ranch and surrounding area. The main residence of 5,700 s.f. has 7 bedrooms and is oriented for views. It features spacious open living and dining areas including a Trophy Room with vaulted beamed ceiling and 2-story brick fireplace, as well as a handsome wet bar. The downstairs master bedroom enjoys a sitting area, large bath and walk in customized closet with island storage
Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc.Dullnig Ranches/ Kuper Sotheby's
$3,760,5711,274 acresPearsall, TX78061 - Frio County
The DOS HERMANAS ranch is located approximately three miles south of highway 117 in Frio County. This beautiful property has the most desired soil in all of South Texas, red sandy loam. The brush diversity is top notch and the property is high-fenced, with (3) 5 acre high- fenced pens that can be utilized for DMP pens. There is one nice sized tank that is stocked with bass and baitfish, one small bird pond near the headquarters and five small wildlife ponds scattered around the ranch. All ponds have water lines running to them. The water well is located at the headquarters and has a new 10hp pump and booster pump that was installed within the last 2 years. Recently, there has been an oil well plugged below the Carrizo water table and
ANTHONY SIMPSONSimpson Ranches & Land LLC
$2,457,000702 acresC.R. 3315, Pearsall, TX78061 - Frio County
702 Ac. Buckhorn Creek Ranch, Frio County
C.R. 3315, Pearsall, Texas 78061
DESCRIPTION: Perfect-sized hunting ranch located in highly desirable Frio County. This ranch offers good low fenced, free-range hunting for a complete range of native wildlife including whitetail, quail, turkey and dove. Good brush diversity, large trees, rolling hills and creek bottom areas add variety to the land. Owned and operated by the same family since 1972.
IMPROVEMENTS: A charming 3 bedroom, 1 bath cabin includes a covered front porch entrance and covered back grill patio. Features include a living room with wood paneled walls and ceiling, fully equipped kitchen and adequate sleeping accommodations. A separate bunk house with bath provides addi
Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc.Dullnig Ranches/ Kuper Sotheby's
NEW 233 ACRES FRIO CO, TEXAS. 25% of Minerals owned being offered at asking price, Pond, Well, Virgin Brush, Great low fence hunting, 3/2 brick home, 4 food plots.
This property consists of excellent south Texas brush and Oaks and is located in the transition zone from south Texas to the rolling hill country terrain and lends the perfect setting for an all around turn key central/south Texas hunting operation; enjoy family or corporate events on this 230+- acre ranch, located in northern Frio County. The variation in topography is further enhanced by beautiful 20+/- mile views from the hilltops, mature bull mesquites stud the hills and creek bottoms, many well maintained senderos and several food plots which are maintained annually for
MB Ranch, 158 acres located just 45 minutes south of San Antonio near Big Foot. This property is a hunting paradise; fully high-fenced, good brush diversity, big Bull Mesquites, food plots, 2 tanks, and water troughs throughout. The improvements include a 3brm barndominium with a large great room and kitchen. The barn has drive-thru convenience, fully insulated, bathrooms, covered parking, fire pit, and fenced yard. MB is ready to go with good Whitetail deer, Axis, Dove, Quail, blinds, and feeders.
Trip duPerierthe duPerier Texas Land Man
$6,689,3751,529 acresPearsall, TX78061 - Frio County
OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE!
This would have to be one of the most unique ranches on the market in South Texas. This "TURN-KEY" property offers a magnificent combination of wonderful topography, excellent wildlife habitat, great improvements and convenient location.
The main feature of the property would have to be the overall diversity. The rolling topography offers beautiful views from on top of the hills and the deep draws and low lands are loaded with hundreds of Live Oaks. The majority of property is mostly native brush consisting of a verity of species such as blackbrush, guajillo, guayacan, persimmon, granjeno and prickly pear. There is a healthy balance of open country with spotted regrowth mesquite mixed with an array of native
Johnny CavazosThe Texas Ranch Company LLC
$3,956,7501,330 acresPearsall, TX78061 - Frio County
This is without a doubt one of the best ranches on the market is South Texas!
This beautiful ranch has an incredible native brush diversity. Just about every type of brush species common to South Texas can be found along with large Bull Mesquites, Hackberry, Coma, and Persimmon trees. The property features excellent red dirt soil with outstanding topography and incredible diversity.
The ranch is high fenced and has 3 water wells, 3 stock ponds and over 12,000 feet of 1.5 inch water line which provides water to 8 concrete water troughs and 2 of the stock ponds. There are 8 food plots throughout the property and excellent roads & senderos are in place. The game is plentiful with good numbers of Whitetail, Rio Grande Turkey, Bobwhite
Johnny CavazosThe Texas Ranch Company LLC
$3,531,5001,009 acresPearsall, TX78061 - Frio County
DESCRIPTION: 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.
TOPOGRAPHY-SOILS-VEGETATION: Roughly rectangular in shape, topographically the ranch can be characterized as a valley, with high ground on the west and east, and the Buck Creek drainage system in the center. High point is 710 feet MSL on the east side and the low point is 630 ft. MSL where Buck Creek exits the ranch. The ranch has 15 soil types ranging from Tiocano clay (.4%) to Hindes-Yologo complex (27.9%). Generally, it is red sand with deeper soils in the valleys and along
Jim MullenQuailpro LLc
$3,187,200997 acresRussell Ranch, Dilley, TX78017 - Frio County
Located just seven miles southwest of Divot, Texas, Russell Ranch is an exceptional low-fenced hunting ranch with a significant cattle operation ongoing as well. A highly improved property with a reliable water distribution system, three Carrizo wells pipe water to six sizable tanks. The expansive acreage features good roads, great fences, terrific brush size and diversity, as well as fertile soils. Additional improvements include the owner`s quarters, a 5,000 sq. ft. insulated shop with an office, and large storage sheds to keep equipment out of the weather. This impressive property is truly a rare offering with 1/8 of the mineral estate conveying to the buyer.
RANCH NAME: Russell Ranch
ADDRESS: 10120 CR 4670
Charles A. Beever IIIPhyllis Browning Land & Ranch Co
$2,845,500813 acresHWY 140, Frio Town, TX78061 - Frio County
Well Watered Zavala/Frio County Farm
813ac fronting HWY 140 between Pearsal and Uvalde. Great opportunity to raise steers and or grow hay. There are several silos, a set of scales, mobile home, barns, working pens, 3 irrigation pivots, and several irrigation wells. Wells are 350ft deep and static level is at 160ft. Two wells are equipped the first one will make 1500GPM, the second will make 1100GPM. Three pivots are in place 164ac, 147ac, 96ac (96ac pivot was blown over in a storm and is still down), and 35ac of flood irrigation. The balance of the property is in cultivation. The present owner grows and sales HIGH QUALITY tiffin 85 hay and runs some cattle. This is a rare opportunity to own large volumes of underground water.
Location: This 874 acre property is located in SW Frio County 5 miles West of Dilley, TX, and has great access with 4,900 feet of frontage on Hwy 117. It is a 5 mile drive from Dilley, and a 65 mile drive from San Antonio.
Terrain: The ranch has red dirt and sandy loam soils throughout, and has a great mixture of South Texas Brush. The terrain is made up of gently rolling hills with elevation changes of up to 70 feet offering beautiful views from the hill tops, and several draws and creek bottoms traversing the ranch. There are bull mesquites scattered all over the ranch. Native brush species include: guajillo, granjeno, guayacon, black brush, prickly pear, coma, cat claw, lime prickly ash, and Texas persimmon.
Located on the Zavala/Frio county line; this area is known for its diverse terrain, good Carrizo water and excellent hunting.
This 1300 acre secluded ranch has all the key ingredients in place to become an outstanding recreational hunting property. Highly diverse, the property features some of the best views in all of South Texas. In addition to the higher elevations, there are also several drainages and draws that are loaded with thick native brush containing species such as Blackbrush, Guajillo, Guayacon, Persimmon, Granjeno and Whitebrush . This ranch has great whitetail genetics and has not been hunted in over 6 years. Other wildlife includes, Javelina, Turkey, Hogs, Dove and Quail.
The property is high fenced with 1 Carrizo w
26 Ac., more or less. This property is located at Pearsall, Texas which is 40 miles south of San Antonio with 1,900 +/- feet frontage along the west side Interstate Highway 35 South that runs from San Antonio to Laredo, Texas. The property is located approximately 1 miles from downtown Pearsall. The full length of the I-35 frontage of the property is located inside Pearsall City limits and subject to city water and
sewage utility services. $2.00 per Sq. Ft ($88,000 per surveyed acre) or 26 Acres for ($2,288,000.00) No Minerals. Subject to all city utilities. Excellent commercial location. This property has approximately 1,900 linear feet frontage on Interstate Highway 35 South, which is the most highly traveled interstate highway in s
ACRES: 584 Acres
LOCATION: Take hwy 117 toward Batesville, two miles, and then
take a left on CR 4677 for 1.5 miles. The farm will be
on your right. Continue down the county road and
take the first right hand corner, the gate will be
straight ahead of you.
PRICE: $3,705 per acre.
MINERALS: No minerals available.
TERRAIN: Sandy loam red dirt.
REMARKS: This farm has great net wire interior and exterior
fencing. There is water troughs on the ranch that are
fed by a large concrete water pila. The farm has two
130 acre pivots and one 185 acre pivot. With a 76%
irrigated to dry land ration, this makes the farm very
productive. The 130-acre pivots are older and under
slung with new pivot points, new control boxes, new
wiring, new t
Moore 502 Ranch
Located just a short 45 minute drive south on IH-35 from downtown San Antonio is a 502 +/- acre unique ranch with century oak trees and south Texas brush! This is truly a one-of-a kind property that has unlimited possibilities. The Moore Water Plant releases between 15,000 and 70,000 gallons of clean water per day into Moore Hollow Creek that traverses through the ranch creating unparalleled water potential. This water is a key component in the wildlife habitat and brush diversity. This ranch hosts an abundance of wildlife and has numerous ranching and recreational possibilities. The layout and location of this property make it an excellent choice for a weekend get-a-way or home site for any potential buyer.
Damon Thorpe or Steve MaberyBlackBrush Properties, LLC