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17,132.04 acres Uvalde, TX $58,500,000

17,132.04 acres Uvalde, TX

Kinney County Howard W. Hood Hood Real Estate Inc

Type: Acreage

The 4 Aces Ranch, the largest, contiguous live-water ranch currently on the market in the Texas Hill Country, is home to magnificent scenery and a fully operational wildlife preserve. The one-of-a-kind ranch spans the borders of both Uvalde and Kinney counties, encompassing 17,132.04 acres. Miles of paved and improved roads provide accessibility throughout this sprawling ranch. The landscape showcases the Hill Countrys topography including low rolling hills and deep canyons. Salmon Peak and Boiling Mountain, the two highest peaks in the area, are located on the property, providing challenging hiking. Live oaks and juniper ensure the view is evergreen. In the process of strategically removing cedar, ranch staffers have uncovered cultural treasures ranging from dinosaur tracks to Native American cave art. In arid southwest Texas, nothing is more desirable than live water. Live Oak Creek and Sycamore Creek course through the ranch for miles, their rushing currents are sustained by more than 30 springs. Working with a wildlife biologist, the current owners have transformed this ranch into a wildlife preserve with an international flair. The 4 Aces is home to: axis, scimitar-horned oryx, red sheep and red stag, eland, zebras, black buck, Catalina goats, aoudad, gemsbok, fallow deer, Corsican sheep, elk, as well as native species such as wild turkey and white-tailed deer. The ranch is surrounded by almost 50 miles of game-proof fencing protecting its high-quality habitat and keeping the myriad of wildlife species inside. At the end of a long day, even the most intrepid adventurers want to relax in elegant comfort. The main residence is a beautiful five-bedroom, four-bathroom native limestone ranch house that overlooks several of Live Oak Creeks natural waterfalls. The home boasts two master suites as well as a fully updated kitchen. The huge covered patio with its large open-air fireplace, expansive fire pit and a completely covered outdoor bar, is the perfect spot for enjoying the company of family and friends. A three-bedroom cabin offers additional, private lodging for guests. The 4 Aces Ranch is the ideal world-class commercial hunting operation and or corporate retreat. View the ranch website at oxhuntingranch. com or by going to the Virtual Tour link at the top of the page.

6,000 acres Uvalde, TX $15,000,000

6,000 acres Uvalde, TX

Kinney County Mark Meek, Broker Meek Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House

Pinto Creek Ranch SIZE: 6,000+/- acres. LOCATION: This ranch is located in Southern Kinney County, approximately 12.7 miles South of Brackettville, TX. Access is by easement off of FM 693. DESCRIPTION: The most outstanding feature of this ranch is provided by 3 miles of both sides of beautiful Pinto Creek. The Pinto Creek Ranch was once part of the famous "La Fonda" Ranch. There is a unique blend of South Texas brush and Hill Country terrain. IMPROVEMENTS: There is a very nice 6,500 +/- sq. ft. beautiful rustic lodge sitting on the banks of Pinto Creek with a nice view of a beautiful stretch of water backed by a dam on Pinto Creek. The ranch is high fenced, there are two concrete dams on Pinto Creek, and some good all weather roads. There is also a gazebo on the bluff overlooking the creek. WATER: Pinto Creek is a beautiful live water creek that flows through this ranch for almost 3 miles and is year round under normal rainfall conditions. There are two concrete dams built on the creek for swimming and lake enjoyment and plenty of room for more water development. Along the -creek are majestic rock bluffs, running rapids, natural water falls, and some beautiful blue-green crystal water. Next to the creek you will find giant Pecans and Live Oak trees which offer excellent habitat for wild turkey. In addition to the creek there are 2 water wells with several water troughs that provide water to the wildlife and livestock. One water-well is electric and the second water well is a solar well. WILDLIFE: The ranch has been high fenced since 1984 and provides an outstanding hunting paradise hard to match anywhere in South Texas. There is trophy whitetail on the ranch that will score well over 170. The deer are fed protein almost year round. There are several blinds, corn feeders, and protein feeders that will convey with the ranch. When conditions are favorable, there is superb quail hunting, white wing dove hunting, and good winter duck hunting. Turkey populations thrive on this ranch due to the abundance of live water and big trees along the creek. There is also a nice herd of Axis deer and Blackbuck antelope and some Red Deer on this ranch. This ranch is also under an MLD LEVEL III program which allows for excellent management and an extended hunting season for whitetail deer. PRICE: $15,000,000 or $2,500 per acre. COMMENTS: Perhaps some of the most quality hunting/recreational ranches available in Kinney County with beautiful live water and very nice improvements.

9,100 acres Del Rio, TX $10,337,798

9,100 acres Del Rio, TX

Kinney County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2 SqFt

9,100 ACRES - SYCAMORE CREEK RANCH - Cocobola Road, Val Verde and Kinney County, Del Rio, Texas. DESCRIPTION: The Sycamore Creek Ranch provides endless activities and opportunity. The ranch is composed of 3 adjoining properties. Each parcel has its own unique characteristics and can be bought separately or in any combination. Whether you are interested in hunting native and exotic game, exploring the creek banks for Indian artifacts, or just want a place to relax and enjoy beautiful views from the back porch of Sycamore creek this ranch is for you. IMPROVEMENTS: There are improvements on each section of the ranch. The main compound overlooks a scenic bend of Sycamore creek and includes a beautiful rock home, hunters lodge, barns, and a swimming pool. The rock home is 2600- sq ft and includes 3 bed 3 bath, a large game room, kitchen, 1000 sq ft of covered porches front and back, and a 2-car garage. The hunters cabin is 1920 sq ft has one large bedroom, one bathroom, full kitchen, back bar area with a 15 ft. Birch antique bar, plus a large game room with high ceilings, 300 sq ft of covered porches, and 2 vehicle carport. The large barn is 1220 sq. ft. and includes a game cleaning area along with a large game cooler. The second set of improvements include a hunting lodge that is 1668 sq ft and includes 3 bed, 1 bath, living area, and full kitchen. There is managers home that is 432 sq ft and includes 1 bed, 1 bath, living area, and kitchen. Also included are 2 barns, metal cattle pens, horse stalls, 2 large hay barns, 8'x6' walk-in cooler, and 2 storage sheds. The third set of improvements includes a water well, electricity, two 10,000 lb. grain silos, and a storage shed. A huge benefit this ranch has to offer is the road system. Not only is there a great road system making the property very accessible but the border patrol maintains the roads and keeps them all in great shape at no cost. Certain pastures of the property are high fenced and others are low fence and border large neighbors. WATER: This ranch has a great amount of surface water for the area. The ranch has 3.5 miles of Sycamore Creek, 2.7 miles of Sacatosa Creek, 3.6 miles of Turkey Creek, numerous ponds, tanks, plus a 30acre Lake that provides great duck hunting. Along with the abundance of surface water there are artesian springs and 4 water wells. There is one well for each set of improvements and 2 wells at the headquarters. TERRAIN-VEGETATION: The terrain is ever changing on this ranch, from the rocky brush country with rolling hills and high bluffs overlooking Sycamore creek to lush creek bottoms loaded with large hardwoods. The elevations rang from over 1,100 to 900 feet about sea level. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include guajillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Large trees are throughout the ranch and along the seasonal creeks. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite. WWILDLIFE: Along with the native white tail deer, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints there are 8 different species of exotic game. Exotic species include aoudad, blackbuck, fallow, axis, sika, mouflon, scimitar-horned oryx, and barasignha. MINERALS: Owner will convey 50% of minerals owned. Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural Exemption

4,661 acres Uvalde, TX $9,322,400

4,661 acres Uvalde, TX

Kinney County Mark Meek, Broker Meek Ranch Sales

Type: River House

LOCATION: This 4661.26 acres is located approximately 5 miles west of Montell, TX., 20 miles NW of Uvalde, TX., or about 2 hours west of San Antonio, TX. and is on the Kinney/Uvalde county line. DESCRIPTION: Over 1 mile of live gushing water on Montell Creek with some of the head water springs located on this ranch. Nice cement dam on the creek backs up a beautiful crystal clear lake up to 6-7 feet deep for fishing and swimming. Fantastic views over 2,000 feet, 2 caves, huge Indian mounds, and very pristine! IMPROVEMENTS: Improvements include a comfortable main house over 2,000 sq ft nestled in a valley with a waterfall just outside the back deck, 2 small guest houses, a foremans house and barn. There are 3 deer proofed pastures, a herd of Zebras and blackbuck Antelope plus native game. This ranch joins a 63,000 acre game preserve on the west. Most of the furnishings and equipment will convey with the ranch. PRICE: $2,000 per acre or $9,322,400. COMMENTS: A fantastic pristine ranch with some of the most fantastic crystal clear live water in the Texas Hill Country.

7,356 acres Brackettville, TX $8,790,420

7,356 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Les Meyer Tejas Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

Kinney County Ranch 7356 Acres Brackettville, Kinney County, Texas OVERVIEW: This great ranch has been in the same family for Generations and the range conditions verify that the utmost care has been taken in maintaining a healthy environment. This is a "Once in a Life Time" chance to own a Ranch of this caliber, so please come look before it is too late. THE HEADQUARTERS There is a comfortable lodge/home in a small valley surrounded by pecan trees. There is a garage with guest quarters, several employees homes, good barns and pens. There is also a good well at the Headquarters. GETTING THERE Located approximately 5 NE of Brackettville on the North side of Hwy. 334 and only 40 miles east of the Del Rio Airport, with commercial jet service. Mexico with dining and shopping and Lake Amistad for great fishing are only a short drive. WILDLIFE The ranchs native habitat includes a mixture of oak trees, with plentiful acorns, that attracts large flocks of turkey in the spring and fall. Smaller oak, hackberry, and elm create a diverse woody cover in the bottom with Mesquite and very desirable South Texas brush making up the majority of the Ranch . This is a great Hunting Ranch with South Texas Whitetail being the predominate specie. The Ranch has good Turkey, quail and dove hunting plus there a few free ranging exotics. OUTDOOR RECREATION Besides Hunting and Fishing the ranch affords the outdoors enthusiast many activities. From hiking, and horseback riding to searching for Indian artifacts T OTHER IMPROVEMENTS State Hwy 334 frontage for almost 5 miles and good ranch roads Electricity is provided by a local cooperative. The ranch has 4 operational wells with a submersible pumps. Very good metal barn. Price $1195.00 per ac.

4,300 acres Brackettville, TX $7,310,000

4,300 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Greg Gonsoulin Texas Home and Ranch

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 2500 SqFt

*REDUCED* The property is located in Kinney county approximatly 14 miles south of Brackettville, Texas. It has a live water creek (Los Moras Creek) that runs through the ranch and provides good water and cover for both wildlife and livestock. The ranch has a great diversity of typical brush species on the ranch with live oaks lining the creek with a park like atmosphere. The ranch has two large high fenced area's (850/ac and 650/ac) that have both native wildlife as well as numerous exotics species (Bison,Elk,Red Stag,Fallow,Axis). There is a camp house on the property that is used as a headquarters for hunters and guest. There is a large metal barn for storage and implements with a nice cleaning facillity for game cleaning. Approximatly 20 blinds and feeders will go with the property. There has been several areas cleared for hunting and brush manipulation to enhance wildlife habitat. May divide depending on size, terms and location. For more information please contact us (Asking $1700.00 per acre). Greg Gonsoulin

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.

4,192.12 acres Brackettville, TX $7,105,643

4,192.12 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Matt Mann La Gloria Land Company

Type: River House 8 Beds | 4 Baths

Clear Water Creek Ranch Kinney County, Brackettville, TX 4,192.12 Acres Location: This 4,192.12 acre property is located in central Kinney County 7 miles West of Brackettville, TX. This ranch has great access with 3,700 feet of frontage on Hwy 90. It is a 7 mile drive to Brackettville, a 45 mile drive to Uvalde, and an 23 mile drive to Del Rio. Terrain: This ranch has sandy loam soils throughout, with very little gravel or caliche, and has a great mixture of South Texas brush and live oaks. The terrain is generally flat with elevation changes of up to 65 feet. A half mile of live Pinto Creek traverses through the property, offering gorgeous views of clear water from the bluffs along the bank. There are giant live oaks, bull mesquites, hackberry, and pecan trees lining the creek. Native brush species include: mesquite, palo verde, granjeno, guayacon, black brush, prickly pear, coma, cat claw, lime prickly ash, and mountain laurel. Water: The ranch has mile of rock bottom Pinto Creek, which flows clear beautiful water year round, offering year round bass fishing. There are 5 water wells, including 2 that are equipped with electric submergible pumps, 2 that have windmills, and 1 Edwards Aquifer well that is over 1,800 feet deep. There are miles of 1 inch PVC water lines throughout the ranch, providing water to concrete water troughs throughout the ranch. There are 4 earthen tanks on the ranch. The owner owns 100% of the water rights and they will convey with the sale. Hunting: The deer herd has been intensely managed under a high fence for the past 10 years under MLDP 3 classification, with protein being fed year round. The quail hunting is very good in wet years, and the dove hunting is excellent. There are turkeys that roost in the big timber along Pinto Creek, and there are axis, blackbuck, and aoudad sheep on the ranch. The ranch is also home to javelina, hogs, coyotes, bobcats, and the occasional mountain lion. Improvements: Located on a beautiful home-site over-looking Pinto Creek sits the main lodge, approximately 3,000 square feet, with a large porch that sits on the edge of the bluff overlooking the creek bottom. The lodge has 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, large kitchen, and lots of living space. Situated near the lodge is a 5,000 square foot metal barn on a concrete slab with 18 foot overhead doors. Near the barn sits 2 bunkhouses, a lighted roping arena with a horse barn, tack room, and round pen. There is a 14 ton overhead protein bin and bird dog kennels at the HQ as well. On the East side of the ranch, sits a hunters lodge that has 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, a bunkroom, kitchen, and living area, as well as a rooftop porch for star gazing. Situated next to the hunters lodge is a separate bunkhouse/storage room, and a deer cleaning facility with walk in cooler and game racks. The perimeter is high game fenced with 8 net wire, and there are several barbed wire cross fences with bump gates throughout the ranch. All deer blinds, corn feeders, and protein feeders convey with the sale. There are 2 sets of working pens and an old airstrip that has not been used in many years. There is a very good road system throughout the ranch. Minerals: The owner owns no minerals, and there is no production on the ranch. Price: $7,105,643, or $1,695/acre Terms: Cash at Closing. The information contained herein was supplied by sources believed to be accurate. Provider makes no representation as to the accuracy of the information contained herein and therefore assumes no liability for accuracy thereof. All terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. Property is subject to removal from marketplace without notice.

4,286 acres Brackettville, TX $6,900,000

4,286 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Zac Kerbow KERBOW LAND COMPANY

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 1833 SqFt

Agua Dulce Texas Hill Country, Kinney, Brackettville Only 12 miles northeast of Brackettville in Kinney County with elevations of 1320' to 1574', this beautifully scenic wildlife habitat has a luxury 1833' three bedroom and three bath lodge with 2834' attached garage, 2234' highway frontage, five wells, four blinds, ten feeders, perimeter fencing, excellent interior road system, whitetail, turkey, dove and quail.

4,300 acres Brackettville, TX $6,858,500

4,300 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Mark Meek, Broker Meek Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House

Kinney County Rancho Agua Dulce SIZE: 4,300 +/- acres LOCATION: From Uvalde, Texas take hwy 55 towards Barksdale, west on County Road 334 for about 18 miles. The ranch will be on the left hand side and fronts on paved FM 334 for approximately 1/3 mile. From Brackettville the ranch is approximately 11 miles Northeast on FM 334. DESCRIPTION: A hunting paradise! A great combination of beautiful Texas Hill country with big rolling Live Oaks, South Texas high protein brushes and forbes such as guajillo and guayacan, and some West Texas flavor with areas of low rolling brush country. Nice elevation changes of 200 feet ranging from 1,362 feet to 1,574 feet elevation. There is approximately 100 200 acres of farmland with tillable soil perfect for food plots. The grasses on this ranch are excellent and thick and there are many parts of this ranch with good fertile soil. IMPROVEMENTS: There is new steel building of approximately 6,000+/- sq. ft. according to owner built in 2007. Approximately 2,000 feet of this building has been converted into a gorgeous home/lodge with all amenities. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 baths with fantastic tile floors and beautiful granite countertops. The exterior has gorgeous native stone and stucco and wrap around porches. The remaining 4,000 sq. ft. of the metal building is all enclosed and is used for storage of farm and ranch implements and ATVs. According to the owner there is approximately 11 -12 miles of high fencing and 2 miles of low fencing and big neighbors around the ranch. There are 2 miles of good all weather caliche roads to the main house and 30 miles of good 2-wheel drive roads around the ranch. There are deer blinds and feeders that will convey with this ranch. WATER: There are approximately 5 water wells on the ranch. Three are 3 electric water wells and 2 solar equipped water wells. One of the solar equipped water wells flows into an earthen tank. Underground water is plentiful and relatively shallow. There are big creek drainages that pass through the ranch with many opportunities to build lakes. GAME: According to the owner there is a good whitetail herd on this ranch with bucks in the 150 class range and possibly larger and the body weights and size of the deer are larger like South Texas deer. There is bobwhite quail, many turkeys, hogs, and good dove hunting. PRICE: $1,595 per acre or $6,858,500 COMMENTS: Perhaps one of the best all around hunting/ recreational ranches on the market today with a combination of Hill Country, South Texas, and West Texas Terrain! Great improvements, great access, and fantastic game!

4,200 acres Brackettville, TX $6,699,000

4,200 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Tom Dorrell MLC inc

Type: Acreage

Beautiful live water Clearwater Creek Ranch for sale. 4200 acres on Pinto Creek. High fenced great wildlife,fishing, and excellent equestrian facilities with many improvements. 5 water wells, 3 bunkhouses, 2 homes, 50 x 100 conctrete floored equipment shed. roping arena with horse barn , round pen, tack room, bulk feed storage. Beautiful live oak creek bottom. trophy deer herd 170 plus deer taken no commercial hunting family only. axis deer black bucks good quail and dove hunting good water. sellers motivated eastern 2000 acres could be sold separately

4,286 acres Brackettville, TX $6,257,560

4,286 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Jesse Lockhart Lockhart Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds

WHITE TAIL DEER TURKEY QUAIL HOG HUNTING RANCH FOR SALE IN KINNEY COUNTY IMPROVEMENTS: A nice three bedroom lodge is nestled among tall live oak trees about a quarter mile from the entrance gate to FM 334. The lodge is spacious with stylish tile flooring throughout the living area. The lodge is neatly furnished with fireplace, open living room-den and kitchen area. Attached to the lodge is a large metal barn for ATVs and hunting vehicles including tall roll-up doors for elevated hunting rigs. A large metal hay and feed barn is located near the 100 + acre oat fields. Quality hunting blinds and automatic deer feeders are placed in key hunting areas throughout the ranch. Some of the roads are topped with crushed limestone rock. The improved ranch road from the front of the ranch to the back area of the ranch is accessible via 2-wheel drive vehicle. TERRAIN: The ranch lies within the transition zone between the South Texas brush country and the scenic hill country. The terrain on the Agua Dulce Ranch is a combination of valley land typical of South Texas and hills with broad canyons typical of the Texas Hill Country. The flat area has deep fertile soil and is covered with live oak motts, guajillo, black brush, persimmon, white brush, nice live oak trees, and other native species of high protein brush. The hills are covered with guajillo, black brush, catclaw, and live oak. The hills have limestone out-cropping that is typical of the Texas Hill Country. HUNTING: It is not unusual to see whitetail bucks with 18 inch spreads on the Agua Dulce. Rio Grande turkey, bobwhite, blue quail and white wing dove are prevalent in the area. With the large food plot area the Agua Dulce could be transformed into a trophy whitetail hunting ranch. Javelina roaming the hills and canyons are illusive and hard to find. WATER: There are several water wells that provide ample water for livestock and wild game animals. Near the lodge is a neat rock reservoir and pond. Along the middle part of the ranch and back area of the ranch the water wells are equipped with solar powered submersible pumps. Some commercial water rights have been reserved. MINERALS: Mineral conveyance is negotiable. TAXES: Taxes are approximately $1.00 per acre based on 1-d-1 agricultural use.

2,191 acres Brackettville, TX $4,950,000

2,191 acres Brackettville, TX

Kinney County Jason Burnside Burnside Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1 SqFt

THIS IS A RARE OFFERING OF A TURN-KEY, MOSTLY HIGH-FENCED AND WELL-MANAGED HUNTING RANCH WITH GREAT MINERAL CONVEYANCE!! THE RANCH HAS A 1,200 ACRE HIGH-FENCE PASTURE THAT HAS VERY IMPRESSIVE WHITETAILS AND AXIS!! THIS REMOTE AND PRIVATE RANCH HAS GOOD AND SHALLOW UNDERGROUND WATER AND GOOD IMPROVEMENTS AS WELL AND HAS BEEN IN THE SAME FAMILY FOR 35 YEARS!! DESCRIPTION: This impressive ranch has a variation of topography from Rolling Hills providing fabulous view to deep-soil bottomland dressed with Oak Trees. There is a wide variety of brush throughout the ranch having many different desirable species for White-tailed Deer. Improvements are modest and well-built with several outbuildings for covered parking. IMPROVEMENTS: The main house is a nice and modest 1,600 sq ft Brick House built in 2000 having 3 bedrooms and 1 bath with full-length porch. The bunkhouse is 24' X 30' also with full-length porch. There are several metal buildings for plenty of covered parking and equipment storage. A set of functioning deer pens divided into 3 sections provide a great "in-ranch" breeding facility. There are 4 water wells equipped with submersible pumps and a 5th well that has a submersible on a generator. One of the water wells is designated especially for the houses and cleaning area. This ranch is cross-fenced with 8' net wire and sectioned off into 3 pastures. The house pasture with Elm Creek is 1,200 acres and is completely high-fenced. There is 800 acres that is 80% high-fenced for free-ranging benefits, and there is a 200 acre pasture that is also completely high-fenced. EQUIPMENT: This ranch comes with lots of well-maintained equipment. A Caterpillar 112F Motor Grader, a 6' Rhino Shredder, Massey Ferguson 573 2WD Tractor, an older Chevrolet Ranch Truck and several 3-point implements will convey with this sale. WILDLIFE: White-tails from well-known breeders in the 200 Class have been released on the ranch several years ago. The focus on this was to release and produce "Large-Framed" Trophy Bucks with wide racks with long points and good mass! The top 2 bucks for the 2014-2015 season should easily average 180 B&C!! The deer herd has been meticulously culled under a "sack-fed" protein program to ensure optimum antler development and overall herd health. There are many Axis on the ranch to include Massive Trophies and Blackbuck are in the mix as well. Other wildlife include Turkeys, Bob-White and Blue Quail, Dove, other endemic varmints and Catfish in the Pond. The Hogs and Coyotes have been successfully maintained to a minimum through intensive management. WATER: The water on this ranch is very impressive!! 1 of the 5 water well is an Edwards Well producing great quality water. There are Cisterns at 4 of the wells which feed a minimum of 7 troughs....No shortage of water on this ranch!! There are 2 ponds which are supplemented by 2 of the wells. There is at least 1 water well for each separate pasture! MINERALS: Seller is believed to own 50% of the mineral rights and 100% of the executive rights which all will convey to buyer. PRICE: $2,260/acre....cash to seller

3,682 acres Del Rio, TX $4,619,098

3,682 acres Del Rio, TX

Kinney County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage

3,862 ACRES - YOAS RANCH Hwy. 277, Val Verde and Kinney County, Del Rio, Texas DESCRIPTION: This ranch provides endless opportunity for hunters of any kind. 3,112 acres of this ranch are high fenced and there are 8 different types of exotic species along with the native game which includes white tail, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints. The remaining 750 acres of the ranch is low fenced with 2 large neighbors and provide great hunting opportunities as well. WATER: Three strong seasonal creeks traverse the property. The three creeks on the property include 1.4+/- miles of Sycamore creek, 2.7+/- miles of Sacatosa Creek, and 1.4 miles of Turkey Creek. Along with the creeks are numerous tanks and ponds, artesian springs, and a lake named Lonesome Dove that is 30+/- acres in normal time and provides great waterfowl hunting. There is one well at the compound to service the improvements. IMPROVEMENTS: There is a ranch compound which includes a water well, electricity, two 10,000 pound grain silos, and a storage shed. This is a perfect place to build improvements of your choice. Not only is there a great road system making the property very accessible but the border patrol maintains the roads and keeps them all in great shape at no cost. TERRAIN-VEGETATION: The terrain is ever changing on this ranch, from the rocky brush country with rolling hills and high bluffs overlooking Sycamore creek to lush creek bottoms loaded with large hardwoods. The elevations range from 1,030 to 900 feet above sea level. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include gujillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite. WILDLIFE: Along with the native white tail, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints there are 8 different species of exotic game. Exotic species include aoudad, blackbuck, fallow, axis, sika, mouflon, scimitar-horned oryx, and barasignha. Lonesome Dove Lake provides a great opportunity to waterfowl hunt during the winter months. MINERALS: Owner will convey 50% of minerals owned. Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural Exemption
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