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2,464.32 acres Dublin, TX $8,625,000

2,464.32 acres Dublin, TX

Comanche County Glenn Hodge First Texas Brokerage

Type: Acreage w/House

EXCELLENT RANCH WITH LARGE LIVE OAK TREES WITH OUTSTANING VIEWS LARGE TANKS AND ONE LARGE GOVERNMENT LAKE. MANY LARGE HORSE BARNS INCLUDING A LARGE CUTTING HORSE BARN AND STALLS, ROUND PEN IN ADDITION TO MARE BARNS, STUD BARNS, MANY TRAPS, OFFICE, THREE HOUSES, ONE MODULAR AND TWO SINGLE WIDES FENCED AND CROSS FENCED
 

4,000 acres Brackettville, TX $7,180,000

4,000 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Sheldon Grothaus Texas Ranch Sales, LLC ~ Sheldon Grothaus, Broker

Type: Acreage

Clear Water Creek Ranch Acres: 4,000+/- Acres Location: This beautiful live water ranch located just 7 miles west of Brackettville and approximately 25 miles east of Del Rio, Texas. Del Rio which is home to Lake Amistad is considered to be some of the nations best bass fishing and is now hosting direct flights from Continental Connection. Clear Water Creek Ranch has about one mile of frontage on Hwy. 90, with access via an electric gated entrance to the ranch, and is only two and a half hours drive time from San Antonio. Description: A high-fence Kinney County ranch with a variety of native tree and brush species. Primarily consisting of mesquite, the brush browse throughout the pasture yields high protein and is very nutritious for the native wildlife. Large oak trees line the half mile of the live Pinto Creek that flows within the ranch, offering some great fishing for a variety of species of freshwater fish. In addition to the landscape throughout the ranch, the road systems that provide accessibility through the pastures are as good as they get. The Clear Water Creek Ranch is surrounded by large neighboring ranches from between 3000 8000 acres. Wildlife: Wildlife on Clear Water Creek Ranch has been top priority for the past 14 years. Because of the extensive management program with local biologists, a year round supplemental feeding and selective harvesting; there has been a very strong native herd of whitetail deer developed. In 2008 twenty bred does from superior genetics were introduced, proving to offer an even stronger herd in the future. Other native species that roam the ranch include dove, turkey, javelina, aoudad, hog and an abundance of quail, as well as, axis and blackbuck. The ranch is MLDP qualified. Water: There are 5 water wells on the ranch, two of which are windmills and two that are submersible wells with electricity, and an Edwards well which is 1868 ft. and exceeds into the aquifer having pushed water up to 27 ft. below the surface. Approximately mile of the live Pinto Creek which is a rock bottom creek flows strong through the ranch, and there are 4 ponds of which 3 hold water year-around. Many water troughs are situated throughout the ranch and are fed with several miles of underground pipe. Improvements: Clear Water Creek Ranch has many improvements. Situated on elevations overlooking Pinto Creek is the main house which is 3000sq/ft - 4BR/3BA with gym, jacuzzi tub and two living areas. There are two bunk houses near the headquarters and another 3BR house with Jacuzzi on the other side of the ranch with a processing facility and a third bunkhouse for hunters. Located near the house is a 50x100 equipment/storage barn with concrete floor and roll-up doors, a bulk over-head protein storage and trailer auger, a horse barn & stalls, tack room, dog kennels and a well built lighted riding/roping arena and round pen. There are two sets of cattle pens. Miles and miles of improved roads lead you to the many protein stations and quail feeders scattered throughout the ranch, eventually arriving to the airstrip that sits on the south end of the pasture. A game fence surrounds the ranch to preserve and ensure the years of solid wildlife management, any cross fences are low fences and every internal gate is a bump gate. There are 10+ corn feeders, 12 protein feeders and numerous hunting blinds scattered around the ranch. Remarks: The ranch has never been leased to hunters in the past 14 years of single ownership. It has been privately owned and operated, offering phenomenal hunting of not only whitetail, but many other native and exotic species, as well as, some of the best quail hunting around. The ranch is currently participating in a government program that compensates a landowner to maintain a small number of cattle under the guidance of the Soil Conservation Agency which possibly would convey to the new owners. Minerals: No minerals available.
 

4,000 acres Brackettville, TX $7,180,000

4,000 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Mark Meek, Broker Meek Ranch Sales

Type: River House

CLEAR WATER CREEK RANCH 4000 +/- ACRES IN KINNEY COUNTY Location: This beautiful live water ranch located just 7 miles west of Brackettville and approximately 25 miles east of Del Rio, Texas. Del Rio which is home to Lake Amistad is considered to be some of the nations best bass fishing and is now hosting direct flights from Continental Connection. Clear Water Creek Ranch has about one mile of frontage on Hwy. 90, with access via an electric gated entrance to the ranch, and is only two and a half hours drive time from San Antonio. Description: A high-fence Kinney County ranch with a variety of native tree and brush species. Primarily consisting of mesquite, the brush browse throughout the pasture yields high protein and is very nutritious for the native wildlife. Large oak trees line the half mile of the live Pinto Creek that flows within the ranch, offering some great fishing for a variety of species of freshwater fish. In addition to the landscape throughout the ranch, the road systems that provide accessibility through the pastures are as good as they get. The Clear Water Creek Ranch is surrounded by large neighboring ranches from between 3000 8000 acres. Wildlife: Wildlife on Clear Water Creek Ranch has been top priority for the past 14 years. Because of the extensive management program with local biologists, a year round supplemental feeding and selective harvesting; there has been a very strong native herd of whitetail deer developed. In 2008 twenty bred does from superior genetics were introduced, proving to offer an even stronger herd in the future. Other native species that roam the ranch include dove, turkey, javelina, aoudad, hog and an abundance of quail, as well as, axis and blackbuck. The ranch is MLDP qualified. Water: There are 5 water wells on the ranch, two of which are windmills and two that are submersible wells with electricity, and an Edwards well which is 1868 ft. and exceeds into the aquifer having pushed water up to 27 ft. below the surface. Approximately mile of the live Pinto Creek which is a rock bottom creek flows strong through the ranch, and there are 4 ponds of which 3 hold water year-around. Many water troughs are situated throughout the ranch and are fed with several miles of underground pipe. Improvements: Clear Water Creek Ranch has many improvements. Situated on elevations overlooking Pinto Creek is the main house which is 3000sq/ft - 4BR/3BA with gym, jacuzzi tub and two living areas. There are two bunk houses near the headquarters and another 3BR house with Jacuzzi on the other side of the ranch with a processing facility and a third bunkhouse for hunters. Located near the house is a 50x100 equipment/storage barn with concrete floor and roll-up doors, a bulk over-head protein storage and trailer auger, a horse barn & stalls, tack room, dog kennels and a well built lighted riding/roping arena and round pen. There are two sets of cattle pens. Miles and miles of improved roads lead you to the many protein stations and quail feeders scattered throughout the ranch, eventually arriving to the airstrip that sits on the south end of the pasture. A game fence surrounds the ranch to preserve and ensure the years of solid wildlife management, any cross fences are low fences and every internal gate is a bump gate. There are 10+ corn feeders, 12 protein feeders and numerous hunting blinds scattered around the ranch. Minerals: No minerals available. Price: $1,795 per acre or $7,180,000. Remarks: The ranch has never been leased to hunters in the past 14 years of single ownership. It has been privately owned and operated, offering phenomenal hunting of not only whitetail, but many other native and exotic species, as well as, some of the best quail hunting around. The ranch is currently participating in a government program that compensates a landowner to maintain a small number of cattle under the guidance of the Soil Conservation Agency which possibly would convey to the new owners.
 

63 acres San Antonio, TX $4,100,000

63 acres San Antonio, TX

Bexar County Dale Pearson NWSA Realty

Type: Commercial

Prime Highway frontage, 63 +/- acres on SW corner IH-10/Loop EAST 1604 (has 27+/- acres useable). All 63 +/- acres priced based on 27+/- useable under $4 / sq ft. SEWER and WATER on site, development ready. All / Partial. The last major undeveloped major intersection in San Antonio MSA. +/- 63 total acres. Priced to sell. SW hard corner IH-10E and Loop 1604. Located on US IH 10 between Houston & San Antonio now enjoying significant Eagle Ford oil & gas traffic (from Houston to Eagle Ford fields) combined with both tourism and area population growth. Utilities: Sewer, Electrical and Water available at site. Zoning C# (Commercial). Subject Property proximity to ESE San Antonio is the business heart of the Eagle Ford Crude Oil & Gas production area of Texas. The state highway 130 Toll Road has opened up in Sequin just East of Subject Property feeding onto IH-10. The highway is a high speed toll road, which is anticipated to be a major catalyst for growth along this Interstate 10 E corridor. Subject Property is just minutes from both Randolph Air Force Base and Fort Sam Houston, two of the largest beneficiaries of the recent Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). Along with Lackland Air Force Base, these bases have reportedly added over 5,000 jobs and 4,000 trainees along with $3.1 Billion in new construction projects. East of the subject property is the new Caterpillar Engine Manufacturing and Testing Plant, reported 1,400 jobs to the area. In addition, Dollar General just announced the acquisition of property to the west for their new South Texas warehouse distribution operations. This is an ideal location for hotels, retail, oil & gas companies, offices, entertainment/tourism (lake on property), truck stop, restaurants, apartments, multi-family residential, financial, institutional, government facility, etc.
 

999 acres Rosebud, TX $3,250,000

999 acres Rosebud, TX

Milam County Mike Parker Mike Parker & Co. Real Estate, LLC

Type: Acreage

999 +/- Acre Ranch Milam and Falls County 999 Acres, Milam and Falls County 200 +/- Acres in cultivation (corn) 500 +/- Acres in Coastal Bermuda 300 +/- Acres in Coastal and native grasses 2 barns 60' x 160' 50' x 50' w/ concrete floor 10' x 50' Portable metal storage shed 3.2 +/- Miles of frontage on County Road 324 8 Traps New 7-string barbed wire fencing around and through most of the property New working pens 14' x 40' covered working area All metal gates Government program which pays $20,000/year Water line along entire length of gravel road- Bell-Milam-Falls Water Supply Co. Buried telephone cable $3,000,000 The price is for the land only. Any equipment or cattle are being sold separately. 2000 Massey Ferguson tractor Kawasaki mule 20' Goose-neck trailer 5 Bale Hay King trailer 5 Feeders 14' Tye No Till Drill w/ legume box T & S Trip 2 Cube feeder 250 +/- Cows 8 Bulls
 

4,500 acres Lakeview, TX $3,187,500

4,500 acres Lakeview, TX

Hall County Joseph W. Rapp Legacy Ag Group / Clift Land Brokers

Type: Acreage

This 4,500-acre native grassland ranch, situated in the southeastern Texas Panhandle, has a river-bed buffer from neighboring properties on its north and south boundaries, and a high fence along its western boundary. The secluded location of this property makes it one of the most suitable ranches of its size for managed hunting anywhere in the Texas Panhandle. Bounded by the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River (locally known as the Big Red) on its north side, and the Little Red River on its south side, the ranch has fairly constant subsurface water table levels regardless of rainfall fluctuations. Grass availability for livestock and wildlife habitat is therefore consistent and not affected by variations in weather conditions to the extent of most other Panhandle properties. Native grasses consist primarily of sand dropseed, alkali sacaton, & various grama grasses. They provide abundant livestock grazing and wildlife habitat. Approximately 116 acres, previously in the government CRP program, is currently classified by FSA as cropland and could be planted in specific wildlife attraction crops. Wildlife includes quail, turkey, dove, and deer (mule deer & whitetail). Historically, the ranch has consistently supported approximately 150 cow/calf units annually, with peaks reaching 200 units. The ranch is fully developed for livestock production with good permanent fencing, water facilities supported by the rural water supply co-op, working corrals & handling facilities, and roadways throughout.
 

125 acres San Angelo, TX $2,500,000

125 acres San Angelo, TX

Tom Green County Jimmy Sikes

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 2740 SqFt

125 acres with spacious 2740 foot Ranch house, excellent water system with 3 wells, 7500 gal storage, large barn, several other structures and set of livestock pens. 0.4 miles frontage on US Highway 67 S with commercial value. Additional approximate 274 acres of government land is adjacent on west side, available for grazing lease. Excellent hunting. Beautiful sunsets from kitchen window. New roof July 2014.
 

1,103 acres Seymour, TX $2,040,550

1,103 acres Seymour, TX

Baylor County Larry Rodgers AmeriWest Home & Ranch Real Estate

Type: Acreage

Serenity Creek Ranch Baylor County Beauty 1103.8 +/- Acres Highly Improved Hunting / Recreational Paradise Breathtaking beauty, Serenity Creek Ranch, the name says it all! Escape from the city to the quiet serenity of this ranch complete with all the amenities! A new furnished cabin features extensive wood, ceiling fans, heat and A/C, metal roof and a large covered porch overlooking the creek. New appliances, furniture and household items, ready for the new owner to start enjoying immediately! Electricity and rural water are already in place and accessible to both the cabin and barn. Large 60’ X 75’ hay/implement barn in good condition, additional stock barn, scales, cattle pens and chutes for a working ranch. Three fields totaling 376 acres in cultivation is an income producer with a government program in place and also beneficial for cattle and wildlife. Great topography with over 100’ of elevation change features deep valleys, and high vistas with a potential lake site on the property. Lots of trees for cover, native pastureland and abundance of water with 2 large seasonal creeks and 5 stock tanks provides an excellent habitat for wildlife. Game feeders and blinds strategically placed in several areas, lots of good interior roads for easy access throughout the entire ranch. Excellent hunting for deer, turkey, quail, dove, water fowl and wild hogs. Lots of road frontage with access from 2 county maintained roads. Located just south of Seymour in southern Baylor County, approximately 4 miles from scenic and secluded Miller’s Creek Reservoir with public boat ramp and fishing docks. MUST SEE TO FULLY APPRECIATE! PRICE REDUCED JUST IN TIME FOR HUNTING SEASON!!!All of this and more for $1850 an acre, priced at $ 2,040,550.00! Add'l 300 + acres also available.....Call 817-401-2222 for more info.
 

665 acres Angleton, TX $1,964,700

Brazoria County Bob Peltier Bob Peltier & Associates

Type: Acreage

Rice farm w/ annual government check! Three lakes with world-class duck hunting! Appx. 2000 ft of HWY 35 on private road. Additional 320 acres available.
 

960 acres Dalhart, TX $1,752,000

960 acres Dalhart, TX

Dallam County Steve Williams Hunting Country Real Estate LLC

Type: Acreage

960 m/l acres, Dallam County Texas Irrigated Cropland Location: This irrigated cropland is located Northwest of Dalhart, Texas. Description: 960 acres of which 743 m/l acres are irrigated cropland. There is 743 tillable acres, with an approximate yield of 120+ bushels of Wheat per acre, 70+ bushels of Sorghum per acre and 70+ bushels of Corn per acre (230 acres), and a 175 bag yield of Potato Crops. Agricultural lease offers opportunities favorable to investors. Lease: As rent (either Crop Share or Land Lease Options), Lessee pays landlord one-half of all crops produced from the property and also one-half of all other farm income pertaining to the property. 60% of rent represents rent of irrigation equipment and remaining 40% of the rent represents rent of the land. Landlord pays for repairs to pumps and all other improvements below surface ground. Lessee pays for repairs to the sprinkler, motor and all other improvements above ground. Each party participates in marketing of the crops. Government Farm payments received annually approximates to $15,000 DCP and $6480 CRP (210 acres CRP). Irrigation and water sources: 2 mile Lockwood and Reinke towable Sprinklers, 1 T&L 15 tower mile Sprinkler, 9- irrigation wells with good GPMs for the area. 8 wells are submersible (electric) powered by 3 Gensets and 1 - Natural Gas Turbine well (powered by 1 Genset). See attached inventory of equipment list. Sprinklers and wells in good condition; majority of wells range from 200 300 Gallons per Minute. Equipment: View complete list in our photos and documents. List includes all sprinklers, irrigation wells, gear head, drive lines and cooling coils. Soils: Soil survey for the Dallam County area and subject property reflects well drained, moderately permeable soils formed in loamy eolian sediments. These soils are on nearly level to slightly sloping terrain. Minerals: Any owned by current owner will convey at time of sell. Real Estate Taxes: $5117.64 annually. No Pipelines or other Easements known to date. Conclusion: This Farm is close to Dalhart, Texas and local Agri-business structure. Irrigated farmland produces a substantial annual income through the crop lease and is a great investment in today's market. As a buyer you would receive annual crop lease payments, government payment programs, and possible appreciation of the property over time. As a new buyer you could receive a tax benefit from depreciable assets. Information is taken from sources believed reliable; however, no guarantee is made by the real estate company. 960 acre EQUIPMENT LIST S Section 23 and Section 24, Block 6, CSS 1 mile (yr 2000) Reinke towable sprinkler 1 mile (yr 1996) Lockwood towable sprinkler 1 mile (yr 1996) T & L 15 sprinkler converted to electric Motors / Gensets 1 GM 350 powers Turbine well 1 Daewoo 150 KW at Pivot submersible well 2 8.1 GM Gen Sets powers submersible wells Information is taken from sources believed reliable; however, no guarantee is made by the real estate company.
 

23.64 acres Helotes, TX $1,500,000

23.64 acres Helotes, TX

Bexar County Andy Lundgren Keller Williams Alamo Heights

Type: Acreage

Land for Sale-Backs to Government Canyon State Park Located just minutes North of Helotes, this 23.64 acre tract of land is perfect for development or personal residential use. Currently under Ag exemption, no city tax. This property is a prime RV park location backing up to the beautiful, Government Canyon State Park.
 

320.44 acres Dublin, TX $1,215,000

320.44 acres Dublin, TX

Erath County Mary Winslow United Country - Alliance Auction & Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3.1 Baths

Custom built home sitting under beautiful mature trees located in Erath County, Texas near Stephenville. This property offers 320+/- acres that makes a perfect Texas cattle ranch with Coastal Bermuda and native grasses for grazing as well as hay production. A pasture irrigation system with a 20 acre pivot and six pasture risers coupled with cross fencing for rotational grazing protect the ranch against dry weather years. Partly wooded area provides good hunting and recreational opportunities for owners and guests alike. The home is a two story colonial with plenty of room for those big family gatherings or entertaining events. This property is located along paved highway minutes from Stephenville. If a functional, all around ranch is what you are looking for, you certainly want to see this one! Stephenville, Texas is referred to as "The Cowboy Capital of the World" and "The City of Champions". Stephenville is home to many world champion professional rodeo cowboys, world champion horses, National Champion FFA program and one of Texas' most successful high school football programs. Stephenville exudes a winning attitude in business, education, culture, recreation and day to day living. As the Erath County seat, Stephenville serves as the hub of activity for nearly 50,000 area residents. If a small town spirit and down home friendliness is what you are looking for, look no further than Stephenville. We still have July 4th parades, rodeo parades, Veterans Day parades. a trick or treat on the town square that draws over 3500 children and a Christmas get together on the square that includes a visit from Santa and horse drawn carriage rides. It is for these reasons and many more that our town was included in Norman Crampton's "The 100 Best Small Towns in America," published by Prentice Hall. As the Cowboy Capital, you can certainly find all things you'd expect. From the largest private Country and Western club in the state, with live bands and two steppin' all night long, to the Country Gospel Opry. Horses, cows, and people shopping with spurs on, can be seen everywhere all the time and it's not uncommon to see a world champion cowboy or musical celebrity around the town, sharing in day-to-day community life. Located in the heart of Stephenville is Tarleton State University. Founded in 1899 as John Tarleton College, in 1917, the college became a part of the Texas A&M University System, gaining official status as a university in 1973. Tarleton University has experienced considerable growth over the past decade, with a current enrollment exceeding 10,000. Our government and business leaders are committed to economic growth through business recruitment and job creation. Business opportunities utilizing Stephenville, TX real estate are endless and welcomed here. We have major corporations, large dairy operations and small businesses that all work together to promote our community and its long term investments in our future. Yes, we sell Stephenville, Texas real estate and we're the Cowboy Capital of the World... and we're proud of it. But overall, whether your interest includes business, family, education or recreation, we think you'll find Stephenville, Texas to be the "capital" idea you've been looking for! Come "Find Your Freedom" in Stephenville!UCAAR#111008
 

2.54 acres Floresville, TX $669,000

2.54 acres Floresville, TX

Wilson County Dale Pearson NWSA Realty

Type: Commercial

Prime commercial highway frontage in Floresville, TX. Average Daily Traffic Count: - 14,500 vehicles per day. Two adjacent lots (labeled "A" and "B") sold as one, next to First Ntl Bank on 10th St. Location, location, location! Prime high & dry commercial land. Don't be fooled by flood plain land, or lack of visibility - this parcel has US HWY 181 access, traffic flow, easy in and out - utilities and ready for your business. Located in the oil boom city of Floresville, TX on Hwy 181 between Super Wal-Mart and HEB. High exposure makes perfect for hotel, fast food, retail, restaurant, offices, medical, government services, strip center, investors, etc... located between two convenient crossovers on Hwy 181. About halfway between San Antonio & Karnes City on Hwy 181 - catch the long-term Eagle Ford Shale growth today.
 

112.67 acres Blue Ridge, TX $649,000

112.67 acres Blue Ridge, TX

Collin County George James Vickie's Real Estate Group, Inc.

Type: Acreage

Over 112 Acres of beautiful land. Property has a mixture of topography some flat, some rolling hills, heavily treed in some areas. Large corp of engineering lake on property plus two more smaller ponds. Vineyard on property with water. Properties around these tracts are are also well maintained.
 

212.3 acres Cottonwood, TX $625,000

212.3 acres Cottonwood, TX

Callahan County A.E. "Butch" Nelson, Jr., Broker Nelson Farm & Ranch Properties

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths

This scenic Texas ranch is well located in some of the best country in the highly desirable Callahan County, and is near the town of Cottonwood. Beautiful large oak trees cover the lush green pastureland with outstanding grass coverage all Coastal and Klein grass. There are 33 acres of fields excellent for growing wheat or oats for winter grazing for livestock or wildlife. The ranch offers the best of both worlds, excellent grazing, and exceptional hunting. The property is surrounded by woods. It is well fenced and cross-fenced for rotational grazing, with water in all pastures. Water is abundant with 7 water wells, 3 tanks, a windmill, an irrigation system, and Government Flood Control Dam-Turkey Creek Site FP-1B. Enjoy tranquil country living in the spacious custom built 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with many extras including central heat and air, ceiling fans, a fireplace, a metal roof, an attached garage, and several nice pecan trees around the home. Additionally there is a barn, a shop, an 1100 bushel metal grain bin and a nice set of metal working pens. This property has been used as a productive commercial cattle operation. Experience the serenity this beautiful ranch has to offer. Call us for an appointment to see it for yourself. Offered at $625,000 (C329).
 
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