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5,500 acres Fort McKavett, TX $16,225,000

5,500 acres Fort McKavett, TX

Menard County Joe David Yates Terry Wootan Real Estate

Type: River House

Acreage: 6500+/- Acres County: Menard Access: Approximately 2 miles South of Fort McKavett on HWY 1674. Entrance on the left. Terrain: Rolling Hill Country, Live Oak, and Mesquite cover. Native brush, large Pecan and high banks and bluffs, plus creek bottom with great turkey roost areas. Panoramic views of San Saba River basin on many of the hilltops on the ranch. Water: Approximately 2.5 miles of Some of the very best spring fed San Saba River frontage that there is out there. Large, long, deep holes of water breaking into Limestone rock shoals. Rapid moving channels along with several other large holes big enough to navigate. Windmill well water through out the 5500 acres, with submersible pumps on wells at headquarters. The ranch also hosts some creek frontage and a man-made lake. Wildlife: True, trophy, native genetics Whitetail deer on the ranch. Many of them boasting as 170-200 B&C class deer. The turkey hunting on the ranch is second to none, along with dove, quail, and other native varmints. The San Saba River offers multitudes of fishing opportunities both tradition and fly. This estate is an outdoorsmans paradise, and a bow hunters dream. Improvements: This ranch has no shortage of improvements. A rustic built, rock river house sits on the banks of the River. Large porch overlooking the water. Native rock fireplace, 2 bedrooms with kitchen and living area. Main headquarters complex which includes owners home that has been recently updated, guest quarters, and foremans home. Large Quonset barn, an additional barn with deer cleaning facility and walk in cooler. The ranch has cattle working pins, overhead feed bins and a covered area to park vehicles. Perimeter game fencing, well maintained Caliche road system, and multiple interior pasture arrangement (low fenced), along with deer blinds and feeders throughout the ranch. Minerals: All owned will convey Remarks: The Preston Ranch is one of the most well known ranches in all of West/Central Texas. Possibly the best live water ranches to on the market in years. The deer and bird hunting on this property is second to none and will rival anything in South Texas for quality of game. Fishing on the spring fed, San Saba River add another recreational feature that not many ranches can offer. Improvements on the ranch are very well done and well maintained but are not overbuilt or ill arranged like many other ranch facilities and improvements that you see today. (You are paying for what you get) The River frontage is very close the Head waters springs of the San Saba River located at Fort McKavett. The water flow remains very constant level, year in and year out. We, here at Terry Wootan Real Estate, are privileged to offer you one of the premiere live water ranches to ever be offered in the State of Texas. If you are looking for a large ranch with live water and superior wildlife, this is a MUST SEE!! This may be one of the best investment opportunities in land to be found in a long time. Please contact our office for additional info or photos of the property we will be more than happy to oblige. Price: WE are aggressively pricing this ranch to SELL! PRICE REDUCED!!! $2950/AC

6,248 acres Menard, TX $14,214,200

6,248 acres Menard, TX

Menard County David Faust KW Farm and Ranch Group

Type: River House 9 Beds | 6 Baths

Description = LOCATION: This splendid hunting/recreational ranch is tucked away in the Hill Country of NE Menard County near the Mason/McCulloch county lines, with exquisite seclusion yet solid access from a private easement/county road to the NE. It is about 25 minutes to either Mason (supplies, arts/crafts, restaurants, groceries), Brady (airport, hospital, supplies, restaurants, groceries) or Menard (supplies, restaurants, groceries). The area is comprised of productive farms and orchards along the river, and larger hunting/ranching operations off-river, with one large acreage tract subdivision near the ranch for a brief stretch near the southern edge along the San Saba River. For more information on Menard and/or Mason County, go to their websites. Access to the NE is via private easement and CR 110 on a caliche road that is 3.4 miles from paved FM 1311, a connector between Brady and TX 29, and is regarded as all-weather. Access to the SW is via private easement and Turkey Barn Rd. All amenities and international airports are available two hours away in either Austin or San Antonio, and area hub San Angelo, 80 miles NW, is home to a regional airport and most amenities. This is one of the largest ranch offerings ever within this close proximity to these major growth centers. WATER: This supremely-watered ranch contains about 1/4 mile of frontage on the show-stopping Gobal Hole, on the pristine and beautiful San Saba River, high up in the drainage near the headwater springs, where the deeper water is solid and reliable. The river in this area is fabulous, and Gobal Hole clearly has jet ski potential. Per owners, the hole maintained its level 80% or better during the recent Great Drought, and is full of big bass, catfish and perch. The fishing in this area is unsurpassed! The permanence of the water in this area was doubtlessly a draw for ancient settlers and tribes, and Indian occupation sites are known in this part of the country, though nothing specific on the property has been identified. Gobal Hole is over 1,300 long, and reaches a width of almost 200! In addition to the river, the ranch offers an extensive well and water system tapped into the abundant Hickory Aquifer, including 9 wells, 22 troughs and 15 miles of fast lines to move it efficiently. One well is 1,850 deep and is capable of producing 850 gpm, per owners, and drives a center pivot that can water about 90 acres of improved grass. The water system on this ranch can be accurately described as superior, and also includes 20 stock tanks, which are magnets for waterfowl in winter months, and a spring. Several of these tanks cover 2 3 acres when full. Average annual rainfall in this area is about 25. For more info on area groundwater, please contact the Hickory Underground Water Conservation District. LAND: EQR consists of about 6,160 acres under high fence, and a river pasture of about 90 acres under low fence. Most of the land is gently rolling, native rangeland, featuring excellent mixed cover of hardwoods and shrubs, with flats, hills, draws and canyons mixed in. The flats contain silty clay loams, which support liveoak, mesquite, persimmon, agarita and prickly pear. The sometimes-broken top country includes shinoak thickets, Spanish oak and scattered large liveoaks, with abundant thick cover for all types of wildlife. A large range of hills hiding a large valley dominates the western portion of the ranch, and there are scenic, distant vistas abound from many lookout points, and occasional limestone outcrops and cliffs as well. Overall, the land rolls down about 280 from N to S, and includes up to 8 wildlife food plots, and supports a fantastic herd of managed whitetail deer which began to be introduced in 2009. This deer herd recently had 4 year old bucks averaging 185 B&C scores, and is managed under a Texas Managed Lands Permit, allowing for hunting from October 1 February 28. The ranch also offers excellent hunting for dove, turkey, waterfowl and varmints, and the draws and river bottom offer the finest in songbird viewing/hearing in the spring. The ranch has been historically well-managed, and has received the prestigious Lone Star Steward Award and Aldo Leopold Conservation Award in 2006. The overall variety is remarkable, and contributes to the beauty and utility of this versatile giant. IMPROVEMENTS: The property is well improved, including the aforementioned superior water system. The primary structure is a nice frame lodge of 9 BR, 6 BA, with commercial kitchen, large Great Room, fireplace, metal roof and long porches, near the NE corner of the ranch. This is perfect for hosting groups, and is laid out in two wings like a classic hunting lodge. A game cleaning building with walk-in cooler is nearby, and the HQs compound is functional, manicured and landscaped. The ranch has 6,160 acres under game proof fencing, with some low cross fencing, and ten breeder pens (for deer) and one holding pen for yearling and fawn bucks. Detailed info on this extensive whitetail breeding and management program is available upon request. An extensive, smooth road system accesses all areas of the ranch, and there are several fields that have been seeded in grasses previously. A full collection of blinds and feeders is included with the sale, and other accessories, manufactured homes and equipment owned by the ranch are negotiable. FINANCIAL/TITLE: Listing Price is $2,275/acre, with owners to provide basic survey and title insurance. Mineral conveyance is negotiable. It is believed that Sellers own 100% Executive Rights and at least 50% minerals. There are apparent electric utility easements, but no large transmission lines on the ranch. The property is located in the Menard ISD, is served by Sharyland Utilities and current ag-exempt property taxes are about $17,500 per year. This is a co-listing with David Faust, KW Farm & Ranch. SUMMARY: Rare is the opportunity to acquire such a significant offering tied to such spectacular water and scenery, yet is only 2 hours from Austin or San Antonio! This is a true legacy ranch with all the trimmings, but without gaudy and overdone improvements, retaining utility and function at justifiable value. Only 25 minutes from prized Mason, the location could not be more pristine yet accessible, and the stellar deer herd and infrastructure kick it up a notch. Thanks for your consideration, and we hope to hear from you or your broker for a site tour soon. The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Viewing appointments scheduled with LANDTX or KW staff only. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of LANDTX, David E. Culver, Broker.

6,248 acres Menard, TX $14,214,200

6,248 acres Menard, TX

Menard County David Culver LANDTX

Type: River House 9 Beds | 6 Baths | 3500 SqFt

LOCATION: This splendid hunting/recreational ranch is tucked away in the Hill Country of NE Menard County near the Mason/McCulloch county lines, with exquisite seclusion yet solid access from a private easement/county road to the NE. It is about 25 minutes to either Mason (supplies, arts/crafts, restaurants, groceries), Brady (airport, hospital, supplies, restaurants, groceries) or Menard (supplies, restaurants, groceries). The area is comprised of productive farms and orchards along the river, and larger hunting/ranching operations off-river, with one large acreage tract subdivision near the ranch for a brief stretch near the southern edge along the San Saba River. For more information on Menard and/or Mason County, go to their websites. Access to the NE is via private easement and CR 110 on a caliche road that is 3.4 miles from paved FM 1311, a connector between Brady and TX 29, and is regarded as all-weather. Access to the SW is via private easement and Turkey Barn Rd. All amenities and international airports are available two hours away in either Austin or San Antonio, and area hub San Angelo, 80 miles NW, is home to a regional airport and most amenities. This is one of the largest ranch offerings ever within this close proximity to these major growth centers. WATER: This supremely-watered ranch contains about 1/4 mile of frontage on the show-stopping Gobal Hole, on the pristine and beautiful San Saba River, high up in the drainage near the headwater springs, where the deeper water is solid and reliable. The river in this area is fabulous, and Gobal Hole clearly has jet ski potential. Per owners, the hole maintained its level 80% or better during the recent Great Drought, and is full of big bass, catfish and perch. The fishing in this area is unsurpassed! The permanence of the water in this area was doubtlessly a draw for ancient settlers and tribes, and Indian occupation sites are known in this part of the country, though nothing specific on the property has been identified. Gobal Hole is over 1,300 long, and reaches a width of almost 200! In addition to the river, the ranch offers an extensive well and water system tapped into the abundant Hickory Aquifer, including 9 wells, 22 troughs and 15 miles of fast lines to move it efficiently. One well is 1,850 deep and is capable of producing 850 gpm, per owners, and drives a center pivot that can water about 90 acres of improved grass. The water system on this ranch can be accurately described as superior, and also includes 20 stock tanks, which are magnets for waterfowl in winter months, and a spring. Several of these tanks cover 2 3 acres when full. Average annual rainfall in this area is about 25. For more info on area groundwater, please contact the Hickory Underground Water Conservation District. LAND: EQR consists of about 6,160 acres under high fence, and a river pasture of about 90 acres under low fence. Most of the land is gently rolling, native rangeland, featuring excellent mixed cover of hardwoods and shrubs, with flats, hills, draws and canyons mixed in. The flats contain silty clay loams, which support liveoak, mesquite, persimmon, agarita and prickly pear. The sometimes-broken top country includes shinoak thickets, Spanish oak and scattered large liveoaks, with abundant thick cover for all types of wildlife. A large range of hills hiding a large valley dominates the western portion of the ranch, and there are scenic, distant vistas abound from many lookout points, and occasional limestone outcrops and cliffs as well. Overall, the land rolls down about 280 from N to S, and includes up to 8 wildlife food plots, and supports a fantastic herd of managed whitetail deer which began to be introduced in 2009. This deer herd recently had 4 year old bucks averaging 185 B&C scores, and is managed under a Texas Managed Lands Permit, allowing for hunting from October 1 February 28. The ranch also offers excellent hunting for dove, turkey, waterfowl and varmints, and the draws and river bottom offer the finest in songbird viewing/hearing in the spring. The ranch has been historically well-managed, and has received the prestigious Lone Star Steward Award and Aldo Leopold Conservation Award in 2006. The overall variety is remarkable, and contributes to the beauty and utility of this versatile giant. IMPROVEMENTS: The property is well improved, including the aforementioned superior water system. The primary structure is a nice frame lodge of 9 BR, 6 BA, with commercial kitchen, large Great Room, fireplace, metal roof and long porches, near the NE corner of the ranch. This is perfect for hosting groups, and is laid out in two wings like a classic hunting lodge. A game cleaning building with walk-in cooler is nearby, and the HQs compound is functional, manicured and landscaped. The ranch has 6,160 acres under game proof fencing, with some low cross fencing, and ten breeder pens (for deer) and one holding pen for yearling and fawn bucks. Detailed info on this extensive whitetail breeding and management program is available upon request. An extensive, smooth road system accesses all areas of the ranch, and there are several fields that have been seeded in grasses previously. A full collection of blinds and feeders is included with the sale, and other accessories, manufactured homes and equipment owned by the ranch are negotiable. FINANCIAL/TITLE: Listing Price is $2,275/acre, with owners to provide basic survey and title insurance. Mineral conveyance is negotiable. It is believed that Sellers own 100% Executive Rights and at least 50% minerals. There are apparent electric utility easements, but no large transmission lines on the ranch. The property is located in the Menard ISD, is served by Sharyland Utilities and current ag-exempt property taxes are about $17,500 per year. This is a co-listing with David Faust, KW Farm & Ranch. SUMMARY: Rare is the opportunity to acquire such a significant offering tied to such spectacular water and scenery, yet is only 2 hours from Austin or San Antonio! This is a true legacy ranch with all the trimmings, but without gaudy and overdone improvements, retaining utility and function at justifiable value. Only 25 minutes from prized Mason, the location could not be more pristine yet accessible, and the stellar deer herd and infrastructure kick it up a notch. Thanks for your consideration, and we hope to hear from you or your broker for a site tour soon. The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well as investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Viewing appointments scheduled with LANDTX or KW staff only. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of LANDTX, David E. Culver, Broker.

2,313 acres Menard, TX $10,408,500

2,313 acres Menard, TX

Menard County LandMen Team Members Texas LandMen, LLC

Type: River House

This 2313 acre high-fenced hunting/recreational ranch is located just a few miles south of Menard. From its all-weather road at the entrance to the headquarters; which includes a magnificent limestone 5,322 sq/ft house/lodge and two elegantly rustic cabins. Beside the main lodge are the luxurious pool, hot tub, and outdoor kitchen. Excellent all-weather roads provide easy access to all areas of the ranch. The ranch is 38% native brush, 58% pastures, and 4% farmland. This property encompasses both rolling terrain and elevated views. Habitat includes thick improved grasses, extraordinary variety of high protein brush, huge Live Oaks, Red Oaks, Burr Oaks, Cedar Elms, Hackberry, and Sycamore trees. The Ranch has its own spring fed lake that encompasses 3 acres of surface water. Limestone bottoms line the lake with some rock outcroppings and grassy banks along the lakes edge. The lake has been stocked with Florida hybrid black bass, channel catfish, and hybrid bluegill perch. Additional improvements and features include four springs/wells (electric & windmill), 26 watering troughs, and two wet weather creeks (Elk & North Coon Hollow), and a complete high fence with low cross fences for five separate grazing pastures. Also included is a 5,031 sq/ft. insulated metal barn including walk-in cooler, skinning rack, air compressor, tack room and two horse stalls. Hunting improvements include: Nine deer breeding pens with individual water troughs, protein feed stations and hay feeders. There is also fourteen hunting blinds, feeders an nine protein feeders which are scattered throughout the ranch. Call us now for a showing on this turnkey ranch - ready for immediate use and enjoyment. Minerals: Sell is believed to own 50% of the minerals and will convey all owned; exact conveyance to be determined at time of new title commitment.

2,313 acres Menard, TX $10,408,500

2,313 acres Menard, TX

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

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 5322 SqFt

Whispering Water Ranch Acres: 2313 +/- Acres Location: Located 6.3 miles south of Menard and approximately 3 miles SE on Walker Lane in Menard County, Texas. Description: This high-fenced hunting/recreational ranch has that "WOW" factor that a distinguished buyer is after. From the moment you pull in the gate you will realize that this place is special. An all-weather road from the entrance leads to the headquarters which includes a magnificent limestone 5,322sq/ft house/lodge and two elegantly rustic cabins which are comfortable for any guest. Beside the main lodge is the luxurious pool, hot tub, and outdoor kitchen. The ranch provides spectacular views and rolling terrain, higher elevations and healthy, well maintained pastures. Excellent all-weather roads provide easy access to all areas of the ranch. There is very little cedar or prickly pear to be found on the ranch, the landscape is made up of 38% native brush, 58% pastures and 4% farmland. This property is blanketed with thick improved grasses, an extraordinary variety of high protein brush species, huge Live Oaks, Red Oaks, Burr Oaks, Cedar Elms, Hackberry, and an expansive garden of native flora. The ranch rolls immaculately through 1992 acres of the Texas Hill Country. Water: The Whispering Water Ranch has its own spring fed lake that encompasses 3 acres of surface water. The limestone bottoms and outcrops create a photographic setting as the lake elegantly caresses exposed rock outcroppings and grassy banks all along the lakes edge. The south shore has been lined with rock and concrete next to a Bermuda grass shore with pecan and oak trees. The lake has been stocked with Florida hybrid black bass, channel catfish and hybrid bluegill perch. Native fish along with the stocked fish offer much excitement whether you have a fly rod or spinning rod in your hand. Four springs/wells (electric & windmill) 26 wildlife watering troughs Two one acre ponds (currently dry) Two wet-weather creeks (Elm & North Coon Hollow) Wildlife: On this awesome 2,000 acre working cattle ranch you can hunt trophy whitetails, Rio Grande turkey, dove, quail or fish the spring-fed lake for largemouth bass and hybrid blue gill perch. Following strict game management practices has resulted in Boone and Crockett scores improving every year. The premium habitat has been improved through selective brush removal, controlled burns, expanded watering systems, established food plots and rotational grazing of cattle. Helicopter surveys are conducted on an annual basis, along with cull buck and doe harvest to maintain a healthy buck/doe ratio. Careful attention to wildlife preservation on the ranch creates an unequaled wildlife sanctuary; home as well to a diversity of songbirds, and breeding ground for a number of migratory fowl. Spring, summer, autumn and winter bring an awesome year round migration of many bird species. Whispering Water Ranch is Level III MLDP qualified. The ranch is on the Monarch butterfly migration hosting 1000s of butterflies annually, also working with the University of Kansas to tag Monarchs for migration research. Improvements: The ranch is completely high-fenced with low cross fences for five separate grazing pastures with at least one water trough in each and three bull/horse traps with water troughs. An all-weather road extends from the ranch entrance to the main house, headquarters-hunting lodge, and throughout the property. 1. Main house/lodge was built consisting of 4BR/3.5BA, one living area, and kitchen; there are two exterior patios wrapping around 2 sides of the house. Interior of the main house is composed of limestone, rugged timbers, and granite counter tops. The kitchen/dining/living are all open together creating a perfect entertaining area for all to enjoy. Immediately outdoors are the porches and pool area which are surrounded by the elegance of the Texas Hill Country. The outdoor pool and entertaining area provides for a relaxing place to enjoy the outdoors or soak up some sun. It is located just beside the main house/lodge and is well planned and gracefully landscaped. The direct pool area is flagstone and limestone rock, a beach entry leads into the pool with several in-pool sitting areas along the sides. There is a hot tub/spa built up with limestone rocks situated towards the beach entry area overlooking the manicured yards and pristine countryside. To the front side of the pool there is a very nice outdoor kitchen and covered sitting area, complete with commercial grade appliances. 2. Two very comfortable guest cabins of 864sq/ft & 639sq/ft. 3. 5,031sq/ft insulated metal barn including walk-in cooler, skinning rack, air compressor, tack room and two horse stalls. 4. Within the barn, approximately 3,500sq/ft is completely enclosed with 1,008sq/ft of that portion being heated and cooled living quarters. 5. 192sq/ft insulated rock pump house. 6. Nine deer breeding pens with individual water troughs, protein feed stations and hay feeders. 7. Fourteen hunting blinds, feeders and nine protein feeders which are scattered throughout the ranch providing year around food subsidy for game and wildlife. 8. Two sets of livestock/cattle working pens with squeeze chutes. 9. There is both single and three phase electricity servicing the ranch. Remarks: An awesome ranch that has been well maintained. A perfect, ready-to-go recreational, hunting and cattle ranch. Minerals: Seller is believed to own 50% of the minerals and will convey all owned; exact mineral conveyance to be determined at time of new title commitment.

3,164.59 acres Menard, TX $9,335,540

3,164.59 acres Menard, TX

Menard County Broker and Associates FROSTY MILLER RANCH REALTY

Type: River House

Nice ranch home, 1 well, 2 windmill sites, garage, building with large cement slab, perimeter fencing varies from typical ranch fencing to high game proof fencing that runs along the west side of the ranch. There is an easement that runs through a portion of the ranch to the ranch property just south of this property. This scenic ranch has a gently rolling terrain with Live Oaks, mesquite and brush for wildlife. There are several beautiful building sites overlooking the San Saba River. There is one well and large reservoir located near the ranch house. The ranch has a magnificent show of 9054.9 feet ( 1.1 miles) of San Saba deep river frontage and Campbell creek. This ranch is blessed with an abundance of deer, wild turkey, wild hogs, and dove enough to make it a hunters paradise. There is great fishing and swimming from the shores of the San Saba River. Owner will convey 50% of minerals, which is all they own, and will convey all executive rights. If you are looking for a recreational, hunting, or getaway place you should see this magnificent grandfather of a ranch. This reputation ranch has great fishing, great hunting, and is an exceptional working cattle ranch. The San Saba River on this place is as good as a river gets. Much of the river is in excess of 6 feet in depth. The San Saba River is clear and running over rock bottom in this area. The ranch may be divided and sold in smaller tracts, preferably 500 plus acres per tract. *Buyer's broker must be identified on first contact AND must accompany prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met fee participation will be at sole discretion of Frosty Miller, Broker.

1,600 acres Menard, TX $8,950,000

1,600 acres Menard, TX

Menard County Tyler Wright FINDARANCH.com

Type: River Property

Rare is the opportunity to purchase over 3 miles of river in the Texas Hill Country. This new listing in the Northwestern Texas Hill Country in between Mason and Menard offers over 3 miles of the spectacular and pristine San Saba River. This stretch of the San Saba River is fabulous consisting of six different long, wide, and deep holes totaling about 2 miles divided by five different rapids and rock and gravel bottom shoal areas totaling about 1 mile, offering what may be the most unique blend of variety, quality, and quantity of the San Saba River to ever come on the market - all packed into a manageable and affordable 1,600 acres. What makes this river offering particularly unique is that the entire 3 miles of river is easily viewed, accessed and enjoyed from a scenic ranch road that runs alongside or near the river bank for most of its 3 miles. The road meanders through forests of pecans, elms, burr oaks, live oaks, and red oaks that line the river and carves through numerous canyons and amazing rock formations, including at Picnic Bend where Wilkerson Draw empties into the San Saba River and at Billy Hole where Cedar Hollow empties into the San Saba River. Several sandstone/limestone bluffs along the river offer dramatic and panoramic view. Many areas along the river have been cleared to create numerous park-like settings underneath towering pecan trees where one can enjoy the river and the tranquility. The recreational areas opportunities along the river are endless swimming, tubing, rope swinging, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, biking, hiking, birding, arrowhead hunting, stargazing, picnicking and camping. The magnitude and accessibility of the river on this ranch is like having your own state park to explore and enjoy all to yourself. Away from the river, the ranch offers typical Northwestern Texas Hill Country terrain with gently rolling hills, native rangeland with an excellent cover of Live Oaks and other hardwoods. Scenic, distant vistas abound from many spots on the ranch. Wilkerson Draw and Cedar Hollow Draw traverse through the ranch providing unique and dramatic character and relief to the topography of the ranch and creating several seasonal natural ponds and creeks. Three stock tanks provide year-round water for wildlife and livestock. The ranch offers excellent hunting for deer, turkey, hogs, dove, waterfowl and varmints. An extensive road system provides easy access to all areas of the ranch and the river. The entry to the ranch is off of Turkey Barn Lane about 2 miles SW of FM 2092 and several miles N of TX. Hwy. 29 in between Mason and Menard. The entry road into the ranch is an all-weather red granite road that leads to a system of hard-packed caliche roads throughout the rest of the ranch. Perched on a bluff overlooking the pecan-lined San Saba River is a 2 bedroom river cabin with an outdoor rock patio area and fire pit. Other ranch improvements include a water well (340 feet deep at 80 gal/min.), good perimeter and cross fences (high fence on northern boundary), and two sets of working pens. Owner owns 100% of the mineral executive rights and interests, subject only to insignificant royalty reservations. Owner will convey all mineral executive rights and interests owned. This rare opportunity to own over 3 miles of the San Saba River is priced to sell and will not last long. Owner will also consider dividing into multiple tracts. Call Tyler today to see this San Saba River crown jewel before it is too late. * Note: Co-Listed with Tom Sammons, Agent w/ Sam McAnally Company Buyer's Brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on the first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Tyler O. Wright, broker

5,876.33 acres Menard, TX $6,800,000

5,876.33 acres Menard, TX

Menard County Martin, Tom, Lee P., Lee H., Rick, Kevin, Lane, Elaine Lee, Lee & Puckitt Associates, Inc.

Type: Acreage

Size: Biles Tract 1374.7 +/- acres Callan Tract 637.45 +/- acres Rodgers Tract 1226.64 +/- acres Brisbane-Holiday Tract 2637.54 +/- Odione Ranch total acres- 5,876.33 Location: All parcels are located on the western edge of Menard County, Texas and are approximately 7 miles north of US Highway 190 either adjoining FM 2873 or located nearby and lying to the eastern side of FM 2873. Biles Tract: This tract is the only tract not contiguous to the other three tracts; it is located approximately mile south from the Callan tract. This property is sloping to gently rolling native pasture with approximately 95 acres of cultivation. This parcel is divided into two tracts and some smaller traps around the pens. Some thick mesquite, live oak, and other native brush. This parcel has paved road frontage off of FM 2873. Rocky Creek, which is a dry season creek, runs through the property and drains to the south and east. There is an older 3/2 ranch house on this ranch that is in fair to good condition and was remodeled recently. This tract has 2 windmills, 2 storage, and one submergible pump that feeds the house. Callan Tract: This property is sloping to gently rolling pastures. The property is very scenic with lots of live oak, scattered mesquite, and some cedar. There are no improvements on this parcel and there is one water well that supplies a fiber glass reservoir and a tough located near the middle of the property. There is an easement on the north boundary known as Runge Lane that provides access to the adjoining neighbor to the east. Rodgers Tract: This tract is also sloping to gently rolling with lots of live oak and scattered mesquite, and other native brush. This tract has good native grasses. The parcel is rectangular extending east from the caliche County Road FM 2873. The fences are adequate and there is one water well that supplies water to a set of pens and other troughs on the property. This tract is laid out into two pastures and one smaller tract near the pens. There was some fire damage on the eastern side years ago. This tract has good hunting and contains 25-30 Blackbuck Antelope. Brisbane-Holliday Tract: Gently rolling native pastures with scattered live oak, scattered mesquite, and other native brush. This tract has a few more acres of mesquite flats that have deep soils. Access to this tract is off Waddell Lane and one mile to the west on a common easement. The property is L-shaped. Also, on this tract there is a good set of pipe pens. On this tract there is an older hunters cabin. There is a dry creek that runs through the entire property. The water on this tract is supplied by one submergible pump and two windmills. The water from these wells is pumped throughout the ranch to the pastures, corrals, to troughs, or piped to troughs on common pasture fence lines. Recreation: Excellent deer and turkey hunting throughout the property. Some quail and dove as well. Minerals: Offered as surface-only Price: $6,800,000. For total acreage or $1157.18/ac. Would consider dividing. Comments: This is very productive pastureland with beautiful liveoak tree cover. A real opportunity to buy premier country at a very affordable price. GREAT BUY! Disclaimer: The information contained herein is compiled from sources believe to be accurate, but no warranties or representation as to its accuracy are made by Lee, Lee, & Puckitt Associates Inc.

1,682 acres Menard, TX $4,800,000

1,682 acres Menard, TX

Menard County Michele "Mitch" Smith & Associates REATA RANCH REALTY, LLC

Type: Acreage

This exceptional hunting property lies approximately half way between Mason and Menard,Tx in the Menard/McCulloch counties. Restaurants, shopping and basic necessities are within a 20 minute drive. The ranch is located down a short county road then accessed by a private road/easement through an automatic gate making it very private. When viewing this property you'll find yourself in the middle of Live Oak/Cedar/Mesquite country. The high fenced game ranch tends to have a nice roll with distant views and usable fields. There are 6 tanks sourced by wells, 3 Hickory aquifer wells, one on solar panel and 2 cattle troughs sourced by a fast line. The quality and quantity of underground water in this area is excellent. More information on the area water can be obtained through the local well drilling company or by going to the twdb.state.tx.us/groundwater website. The ranch home is nicely done and fully furnished. It consist of 5 bedrooms (one of which can serve as an office), 2 bedrooms, fireplace, full kitchen, dining, porches and a 2 car carport with storage. The barn is massive 5000 sq. ft. with a large stainless steel cleaning/processing facility, outdoor cooler/storage and sleeping quarters. This ranch has been game managed producing excellent white tail deer. You'll also find quite a few Rio Grande turkeys, dove and hogs. All deer blinds, feeders and protein feeders convey. Ranch has been in a Level III deer management program with the State of Texas for the past 6 years. We are offering this ranch for sale at $2950/acre, cash to Seller, who will provide a current survey and basic title insurance. There are no easements across the ranch other than utilites. All minerals owned are negotiable with the sale of the ranch. COMMENTS: This is a turnkey high fenced game ranch ready for its new owner and priced to sell. If you are looking for an excellent hunting ranch then please take a look. Please see Attached list of Amenities to convey with sale of property. Priced to sell!

1,844.22 acres Menard, TX $4,518,300

1,844.22 acres Menard, TX

Menard County Allison "AJ" Harwood RE/MAX Wimberley

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1750 SqFt

New ranch listing with over 1,800+/- acres in the Texas Hill Country, just minutes from IH-10 and Junction, Texas in Kimble and Menard Counties! An excellent ranch for hunting, recreation and cattle! Abundance of wildlife: whitetail deer, dove, wild turkey and native songbirds with occasional free range exotics! Land has gently rolling hills with views, cleared pastures, improved and native grasses and majestic live oaks! Historic ranch house, upstairs apartment with bath, hunter's cabin, barns, pens and corrals! AG exempt! Minerals available! Two operational windmills, one with submersible pump, five dirt tanks - two supplied by windmills, all others surface water supplied, five concrete water tanks and eight water troughs! Check out the virtual tour! A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM THE SELLERS: "As fourth generation Texas ranchers, which we are almost an endangered species, we have been the land stewards of this ranch and we recognize the investment value of this land and the additional benefits of recreation and as a gathering place for family and friends. These are important components to a land investment. We have conserved this large tract of private land for producing food we eat and habitat for our wildlife with improved grasses and conservation. We look forward to passing along the stewardship of this ranch and for new owners to enjoy the wide-open spaces and the calm and serene surroundings. This ranch has everything a legacy ranch should have - good grass, rolling live oak, and whitetail deer and turkey hunting."

1,300 acres Menard, TX $3,835,000

1,300 acres Menard, TX

Menard County Broker and Associates FROSTY MILLER RANCH REALTY

Type: Acreage

This 1300 acre ranch sits on the San Saba River with deep water to entertain you with it's great fishing...just down from the head waters in Ft. McKavitt. The ranch is timbered in Live Oaks, Mesquite and native brush for the adundant deer and turkey found on this granddaddy of a ranch. Ranch is accessed by a well maintained deeded easement road. *Buyer's broker must be identified on first contact AND must accompany prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met fee participation will be at sole discretion of Frosty Miller, Broker.

965.7 acres Hext, TX $3,500,000

965.7 acres Hext, TX

Menard County Fort Mason Real Estate FORT MASON REAL ESTATE

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 4200 SqFt

If you are looking for that turn-key Texas Hill Country property, look no further. Hunting, Ranching, Lounging by the pool & Steaks on the Grill...this one has it all. Beautiful Rock Home 1 1/2 story with 4 bedroom / 4 bath 4,200 sq. ft. with all the amenities. Property includes a live spring, large metal barn, hunter's cabin, working pens & loading chute. Paved frontage, well watered, divided for grazing, good fences and excellent hunting make this a must-see. Asking $3,500.000.

1,386 acres Eden, TX $2,252,250

1,386 acres Eden, TX

Menard County Roy Raney & Jay Garrett Stephens Ranch Real Estate

Type: Acreage 3 Beds | 2 Baths

This Ranch is located in Concho Co. and Menard Co.ON THE COUNTY LINE The Ranch is well watered,there is electricity all over the Ranch,some of the water wells are operated by subersible pumps and windmills that fill dirt tanks and cement water troughs and cement storage tanks. The pastures have good cover for the wildlife,Good whitetail and free ranging axis deer,turkey,a few quail and dove. The Ranch has a large amount of Live Oaks,some mesquite and some cedar, The Ranch has good topo roll to it with high spots to some draws that run across the Ranch.The Ranch also has some farm ground,which makes for a great food plot. The Ranch is fenced with cross fencing making smaller pastures with waterings. The Ranch is about 45 minutes from San Angelo Airport,Some minerals This Ranch is worth a look. PLEASE CALL US FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO SET UP A VEIWING 1-800-880-0769

274 acres Menard, TX $2,055,000

274 acres Menard, TX

Menard County Tyler Wright FINDARANCH.com

Type: River Property

Located in eastern Menard County is the Cedar Hollow Ranch. Just over 1 mile of San Saba River; rare to get that much river on only 274 acres Private, spectacular and pristine stretch of the San Saba River with 3 long, wide and deep holes, including Billy Hole and start of Gobal Hole, divided by rapids and rock and gravel shoal areas Cedar Hollow Draw traverses the property and empties into the San Saba River at Billy Hole ! Scenic vistas, bluffs, canyons and rolling hills throughout the ranch with many Live Oaks and Pecans Water: 1 mile of San Saba River. No water well at present time. Electric: Available along the central and eastern portion of the ranch. Minerals: Seller has some minerals to convey. Asking: $7,500/ac

320 acres Menard, TX $1,900,000

320 acres Menard, TX

Menard County Dan Gandy Touchdown Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 6500 SqFt

20 miles from Mason and Menard, 25 Miles to Brady or Junction, 5 mile creek ranch. 6500 square ft. house under roof - 4200 heat and air - 4Br - 3 1/2 Bath - office - living and dinning fireplace. Fenced - 30x40 Barn. New Tennis court - new fences - Rolling Deep soil - Live Oak with 3 water wells. 3500 Gallon holing tank. 900 feet to hickory - 5 mile creek, small dams and two stock tanks. Outstanding dove, deer, turkey, and quail.
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