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Val Verde County, Texas: Land, Ranches, Farms & more

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$13,263,750 13,100 acres
5933 Dolan Creek Rd., Del Rio, TX 78840 - Val Verde County

Rock Canyon Ranch

REDUCED PRICE! With stunning views, outstanding hunting, star filled night skies and first class improvements, Rock Canyon Ranch is a true gem located where the Trans Pecos, the Hill Country and the Brush Country come together in Val Verde County. At about 13,100 acres with sweeping valleys and awesome ridgelines, Rock Canyon is in an elite group of large high quality Texas ranches. This ranch boasts some of the finest native and exotic game hunting in the area, with both high fenced and low fenced pastures. Location: The ranch is located in northern Val Verde County near Loma Alta and approximately 40 miles South of I-10 and Sonora and 40 miles north of Del Rio. The ranch has frontage on both sides of Dolan Creek Road, a county
Republic Ranches Republic Ranches
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$9,613,975 14,035 acres
Pandale Rd, Langtry, TX 78871 - Val Verde County

14,035 acres Langtry, TX

NOW $685/ACRE! The historic French Ingram Ranch in Val Verde County, Texas has over 7 miles of crystal clear flowing Pecos River frontage. This very private ranch has been in the same family since the 1920s and includes a spectacular cut limestone home, custom built in the 1930s. The headquarters area is nestled in a beautiful valley with Live Oaks, conjuring up images of famed Texas Ranger Capt. Jack Hays stepping out to greet a visitor on the screened porch. This is an incredible year-round recreational ranch paradise that offers both hunting and fishing, not to mention exploring for Native American artifacts or pictographs and enjoying the stars at night or the daytime views of the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains. Area Attractions
Republic Ranches Republic Ranches
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$1,500,000 2,150 acres
Juno, TX 78840 - Val Verde County

2150 ac Cauthorn Ranch

The 2,150 acre Cauthorn Ranch is located in Val Verde County just 3 miles south of Juno, Texas. The ranch is comprised of three distinct habitat types. The habitat types range from Chihuahuan Desert, Edwards Plateau, and South Texas Brushland. Along with the distinct flora is an array of topographical diversity. Rolling hills, shear rock bluff canyons, flat land, and old arroyos carved through time make up the landscape. Wildlife abounds throughout the ranch due to the habitat diversity. Game species include White-tailed Deer, Turkey, Blue and Bob-White Quail, Aoudad, Dove, and occasionally Mule Deer. Improvements include one water well, numerous water troughs, cattle pens, and electricity.
Trip duPerier the duPerier Texas Land Man
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$35,969 36.15 acres
RR 1024, Comstock, TX 78837 - Val Verde County

West Tx hunting

Affordable hunting and recreational tract. $1,800 down payment, $298/month. Wolf Springs Ranch is located in Val Verde County 13.5 miles north of Comstock on Highway 1024. Comstock is about 24 miles northwest of Del Rio on U.S. 90. The terrain on the ranch is rolling hills with wide valleys intersected with dry arroyos. Vegetation on the ranch includes mesquite, hackberry, cedar, wild persimmon and other native brush and grass species. There is a very large and healthy whitetail population on the ranch and the surrounding area. Other game found on the ranch includes Rio Grande turkey, javelina, blue quail, as well as the typical small game and predators found throughout Texas. Area attractions include Seminole Canyon State Park, Lake Ami
Sam Poorman Ranch Enterprises
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$13,600,000 17,000 acres
Langtry, TX 78871 - Val Verde County

17,000 acres Langtry, TX

The Pecos River Ranch is located in Val Verde County, just North of Langtry, Texas. This 18,000 acre ranch sits in the corner of 3 distinct eco regions which provides unique vegetative diversity and wildlife habitat. The topography of the ranch varies with characteristics of the Trans Pecos and Edwards Plateau regions. Wildlife consists of White-tailed Deer, Mule Deer, Dove, Bobwhite Quail, Blue Quail, Rio Grande Turkey, and Javalina. The North and East boundaries of the ranch are defined by 14 miles of the pristine Pecos River. Native American artifacts and archeological sites can be observed throughout the ranch, as well as, numerous caves including the Big Tree and Emerald Cave. The ranch is easily accessible by a network of roads
Deno Poulos Bridleman Land Co.
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$13,570,800 22,618 acres
Langtry, TX 78871 - Val Verde County

22,618 acres Langtry, TX

22,618 Acre Ranch located in West Texas, located in Langtry Texas, Val Verde County. Wildlife includes Whitetail and some Mule Deer. There are 5 Wells & 2 Windmills. 3 of the Wells are Electric. The Terrain is Rolling with Hills, which is native to the area. Call Tempe Winters 512-755-3332.
Todd Fox Mark Fox Real Estate
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$13,145,600 16,432 acres 2500 sqft
Langtry, TX 78871 - Val Verde County

16,432 acres Langtry, TX

TERRAIN Extraordinarily scenic Ranch of approx. 16,432+/- acres in Val Verde County. Ranch has approx. 1 mile of highway 90 frontage; also railroad frontage along the Langtry Pandale County Road for approx. 6 miles. WATER This ranch has over 14 miles frontage along the West side of the Pecos River. There are 3 wells located on this property along with several storage tanks of concrete or native rock constuction. Miles of pipelines and numerous troughs located all over the Ranch for both game and wildlife. WILDLIFE Very scenic with abundant wildlife including Whitetail deer, Mule deer, Rio Grande Wild Turkey, Blue and Bob White Quail. The ranch has been lightly stocked with livestock for several years resulting in all kinds of wil
Johnny Mayo CENTURY 21 The Hills Realty
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$12,900,000 6,600 acres
Spur 406, Del Rio, TX 78840 - Val Verde County

6,600 acres Del Rio, TX

6,600 Acres with 20 Miles Devils River - $12,900,000 ($1 MILLION PRICE REDUCTION!) This 6,600 acre ranch on Devil's River, in Val Verde County is quite literally, the best live water ranch you will ever see in Texas. Just 2 hours from Houston, with commercial airline flights daily, this property offers more than 20 miles of Lake Amistad and Devils River shoreline! Lake Amistad is one of the top-rated bass lakes in the world and is now home to many annual fishing tournaments! The waterline features majestic 400-foot cliffs that stretch out from the crystal-clear aquamarine waters of the famous Devils River and Lake Amistad, and reach toward the wide Texas sky! Several of the coves on this property create an ambience of having your own 500
Jeff Soele Texas Best Ranches, LLC
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$10,367,720 20,944 acres
FM 1024, Comstock, TX 78837 - Val Verde County

20,944 Acres Blue Hills Ranch

20,944 ACRES - BLUE HILLS RANCH - Please view the Video! Val Verde County, Comstock, Texas DESCRIPTION: The Blue Hills Ranch is the ideal investment for someone looking for a large acreage hunting and/or cattle ranch. The breathtaking and scenic terrain varies from gentle rolling hills to large dramatic canyons and seasonal creek drainages that provide excellent habitat for wildlife. The ranch offers great hunting opportunities and has several water wells that are piped to troughs to support cattle and native wildlife throughout the ranch. There are 11 miles of paved frontage along FM 1024 providing easy access to the ranch. IMPROVEMENTS: The headquarters consists of an older ranch house with electricity and water, 2 barns, and 2
Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Dullnig Ranches/ Kuper Sotheby's
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$9,613,975 14,035 acres
Pandale Rd., Langtry, TX 78871 - Val Verde County

French Ingram Ranch

NOW $685/ACRE! The historic French Ingram Ranch in Val Verde County, Texas has over 7 miles of crystal clear flowing Pecos River frontage. This very private ranch has been in the same family since the 1920s and includes a spectacular cut limestone home, custom built in the 1930s. The headquarters area is nestled in a beautiful valley with Live Oaks, conjuring up images of famed Texas Ranger Capt. Jack Hays stepping out to greet a visitor on the screened porch. This is an incredible year-round recreational ranch paradise that offers both hunting and fishing, not to mention exploring for Native American artifacts or pictographs and enjoying the stars at night or the daytime views of the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains. Area Attractions
Republic Ranches Republic Ranches
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$7,485,300 8,317 acres
Del Rio, TX 78840 - Val Verde County

Dead Man's Canyon Ranch

West of Del Rio, along the Eastern banks of the Pecos River, lies Dead Mans Canyon Ranch, one of the most unique, historical, and pre-historically significant pieces of land in the state of Texas. Along her 6 miles of Pecos river frontage, and adjacent to the Pecos River High Bridge, you can experience sheer bluffs, numerous documented caves, pictographs, pre-historic and American Indian artifacts, as well as the remains of how the West was won. Dead Man's Canyon, which runs for 17 miles to its mouth on the Pecos is a wide and deep canyon and a significant valley in the Pecos River drainage system. It and the ranch get their names from several skeletons, the remains of apparent vicitims of Indian attack, that were found there by early sett
Mark Hubbard Mark Hubbard Ranch Properties
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$6,766,000 6,800 acres
Loma Alta, TX - Val Verde County

6,800 acres Loma Alta, TX

This property is located in Eastern Val Verde County 45 miles South of Sonora, Texas and 40 miles North of Del Rio, Texas. Great Whitetail Deer hunting, Turkey hunting, Audad Sheep Hunting with breathtaking views of West Texas. $995/acre.
Edgar Vines Vines Realty & Land
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$6,640,000 8,300 acres
Pandale Road, Langtry, TX 78871 - Val Verde County

Pecos Canyon Ranch

Pecos Canyon Ranch was home to the Pecos Culture of hunter/gatherers dating back 4,000 years, who left a legacy of extensive rock art over 8,000 square miles. The area was also known for pioneers of the late 1800s such as Judge Roy Bean at Langtry, and his law west of the Pecos, as well as Lieutenant John Bullis, commander of the Seminole Indian Scouts, fighting in the Pecos River skirmishes in 1870. The 8300 acre Pecos Canyon Ranch is dominated by the river and the canyonlands 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 1/3 has the old headquarters ruins with two wells and lots of Juniper cover with rolling hills and dense
Tammy & James King King Land & Water LLC
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$6,253,500 3,300 acres
Spur 406, Del Rio, TX 78840 - Val Verde County

3,300 acres Del Rio, TX

3300 Acres Lake Amistad, Wow! Val Verde County 3300 Acres in Val Verde County with approximately 5 miles of waterfront! Wild & Wooley with no conservation easements! Paved access, quiet, private and secluded, but not out of reach or all modern conveniences! Del Rio is only 30 minutes away with flights daily to Houston!!! Lots of wildlife, electricity, and good subsurface water!!! One of a kind opportunity so time to change your lifestyle and enjoy one of the last rare waterfront frontiers!!! Features: - 5 Miles Waterfront - Lake Amistad - Paved Access - Electricity
Amistad Reservoir
Jeff Soele Texas Best Ranches, LLC
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$6,224,400 7,800 acres 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 2200 sqft
Pandale, TX 76943 - Val Verde County

Mills Pecos River Ranch *PRICE REDUCED!*

The Mills Pecos River Ranch was first settled by Henry Mills, Sr. in 1923, and today his grandson owns, manages and ranches this unique part of Texas. History abounds on this ranch, as it was once part of the settlement of Pandale where there was a store and nearby post office supporting ranchers in the region. The two story headquarters house was built in 1924 from cut limestone blocks chiseled from cliffs along Howard Draw and hauled by wagons to the building site, creating a classic iconic early Texas home. The ranch is situated at the convergence of three biologically distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating on
Tammy & James King King Land & Water LLC