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27,000 acres Dryden, TX $14,500,000

27,000 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County Fort Mason Real Estate FORT MASON REAL ESTATE

Type: Acreage

This 27,000 Acre Rio Grande River Ranch is an extraordinary investment opportunity with great income potential. A majority of the minerals are intact and will transfer to the buyer. This investment ranch could have income from mineral development (Oil, Gas & Mineral Mining). This is also an incredible hunting ranch that was not hunted last year and only lightly hunted in previous years. Wildlife abounds with good populations of Mule Deer, Whitetail, Coues & Aoudad. Birds like Turkey & Blue Quail along with Mountain Lions also inhabit this area. The black bears on the property are a protected species in Texas. Hunting leases & guided hunts could bring in additional income. The fishing on this 5 miles of the Rio Grande River is great. The property could also be subdivided and sold in smaller tracts while reserving some of the minerals for future income. The smaller tracts for individual hunting leases or livestock. The property is well-watered with 12 Water Wells spaced over the property and underground water is plentiful. Electricity has been run through the center of the ranch down to the lodge. A Rustic Camp House sleeps 10. The terrain varies from canyons to high bluffs with overhangs and old Native American campsites.

26,875 acres Dryden, TX $14,499,000

26,875 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County Brian Clark RANCH PRO REAL ESTATE

Type: Acreage

27000 ACRES TERRELL CO. HUNTING RANCH! This ranch has a lot to offer with 6 mile of river frontage and 12 water wells you will have some of the best hunting in the country! The elevation change alone makes this property feel even larger than life. There is 12 miles of electric on the ranch some of it to water well and the headquarters. The hunting here is second to none with whitetail, mule deer, turkey, large quail population, java Lena, and ton of predators. You can enjoy some of the best fishing down on the river. The scenery is breath taking with 3 large canyons running through the ranch. You can explore the rest of your life and not see all of a place like this. There are caves and bluffs all over the ranch. This place can make a good cattle operation as well with as much water as it has on the place. There is just too much to this place to write on here. Call or email us today for more info! Owner Financing Available!

27,000 acres Dryden, TX $14,499,000

27,000 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County Brian Clark RANCH PRO REAL ESTATE

Type: River Property

27000 ACRES TERRELL CO. HUNTING RANCH! This ranch has a lot to offer with 6 miles of river frontage and 12 water wells you will have some of the best hunting in the country! The elevation change alone makes this property feel even larger than life. There is 12 miles of electric on the ranch some of it to water well and the headquarters. The hunting here is second to none with whitetail, mule deer, turkey, large quail population, java Lena, and ton of predators. You can enjoy some of the best fishing down on the river. The scenery is breath taking with 3 large canyons running through the ranch. You can explore the rest of your life and not see all of a place like this. There are caves and bluffs all over the ranch. This place can make a good cattle operation as well with as much water as it has on the place. There is just too much to this place to write on here. Call or email us today for more info! Owner Financing Available! Great terms!

7,240 acres Dryden, TX $2,715,000

7,240 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County Andrew Lenk Lenk Real Estate

Type: River House 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1700 SqFt

Rugged Beauty best describes the terrain throughout this ranch. The North portion is rolling with Indian middens, caves and small ephemeral creeks that attract the abundant game to the two wet weather ponds. The middle portion is rolling hills with large canyons, draws and incredible scenic views for miles in all directions. This ranch has approximately two miles of Rio Grande river frontage that is mostly flanked by huge bluffs and cliffs. The neighboring ranch in Mexico is a 40,000 acre working cattle ranch. The local deer populations is approximately 50% Whitetail and 50% Mule Deer with strong numbers of Blue Quail and Javelinas. The dominant brush consists of greasewood, guayacan, granjeno, guajillo, black brush, white brush, lotebush, catclaw acacia, althorn, yuccas and armagosa. Multiple cacti species include lechuguilla, barrel, pitaya, dog cactus, prickly pear and tasajillo. This ranch has comfortable facilities, incredible water, diverse native wildlife, easy access, rugged beauty that makes it the perfect West Texas ranch. Currently under grazing lease with long time neighbor who also maintains the active water wells & most of the ranch roads, & is an excellent all around ranch hand. Ag Exemption. 2012 property taxes were $2198.09 IMPROVEMENTS: Main Residence: 1700+/- Sq ft "Casa De Piedras" on some state maps. Renovated in 2009, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, central AC & Heat, Satellite TV, land line telephone service, fireplace, 16" exterior rock walls, fenced yard. Offered fully furnished. Water Wells: 7 total; With 3 solar powered, 1 pump jack, 2 electric, & 1 inactive. Landing Strip: Approximately 2400 ft long, gravel surface. & Small Hanger. Public Airstrip: 20 miles west on HWY 90. Ranch Roads: Several miles of gravel roads. Elevation: From 1245' to 1860' Minerals: 2874+/- Acres Relinquishment Act Land or "Mineral Classified" - The State owns the minerals under those lands, but the surface owner has the right to lease those lands and receives one-half of the bonus, royalty and other consideration payable by the lessee. The lease must be on a form approved by the General Land Office of the State and must be filed with and approved by the General Land Office. Seller is related to Listing Broker Additional 2683 Acres to the South East with additional 1.5+ miles river frontage is also available & listed on Lands of Texas.

5,120 acres Dryden, TX $1,408,000

5,120 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County REPUBLIC RANCHES REPUBLIC RANCHES

Type: Acreage

This Texas Trans Pecos ranch, located southeast of Dryden, is a fantastic ranch with numerous canyons and valleys, distributed water, Desert Mule Deer, White Tailed Deer, varmints, Indian Mounds and incredible mountain views. Location: Located southeast of Dryden in southern Terrell County just south of Hwy 90. The main entrance is located 7.8 miles east of Dryden (approximately 28 miles east of Sanderson) and is about 92 miles west of Del Rio. This property is within an hour and ten minute drive of the boat ramps to Lake Amistad. Layout, Topography & Terrain: Gorgeous Trans Pecos mountain scenery with views including the Sierra Del Burro Mountains. The ranch contains numerous valleys, canyons and arroyos providing diversity and fantastic wildlife habitat. There are some nice size trees in the canyons. Common desert species of Flora and Fauna abound, making this a great hunting opportunity or an incredible destination for hiking, bird watching and other recreational pursuits. Wildlife and Hunting: The property is home to both Desert Mule Deer and White Tailed Deer, along with blue quail, dove, turkey, varmints and other indigenous and/or migratory birds & wildlife. Speaking of hunting, there are Indian mounds on the ranch for the arrowhead hunting enthusiast. Agricultural: The ranch is separated into two larger multi-section pastures, two good size traps (1/2 to approx. full section each) and several smaller traps and working pens and facilities at the Headquarters. Improvements: Headquarters area includes owners home, a guest cabin, a bunk house, garage and storage, barns, traps, well, water storage pilas, etc. Water: Water on the ranch includes one water well that pumps good clean water for the headquarters and ranch; water from the well is distributed to storage pilas (including a hilltop swimming pila) and troughs located throughout the ranch, benefitting both livestock and wildlife. Utilities: Electrical service is in place and operational. Propane service in place as well. Minerals: One section (Section 24) of the ranch has State Classified Minerals and those related rights will convey in the sale. Other minerals owned by the sellers, if any, are not included. Other: Operating Seller/Owner desires to maintain a life estate or lease in order to continue to live in his current residence on the ranch. Further details regarding this arrangement to be negotiated with buyer. Also, note that our MW Dryden 1277 Ranch offers an adjacent 1277 acres on western boundary offers the interested buyer additional acreage with some improvements. Disclaimer: The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is also subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale or withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction.

2,683.79 acres Langtry, TX $1,060,097

2,683.79 acres Langtry, TX

Terrell County Linda J. Ragsdale Ragsdale Ranch Realty

Type: River Property

NEW PHOTOS POSTED! Wild, secluded and very scenic is this West Texas hunting ranch with Rio Grande River frontage. The terrain is rolling throughout with rugged rock outcroppings and high vistas that slide down to scenic Bear Canyon that passes through a portion of the ranch as it journeys down to the river. Located upriver from the famed Lake Amistad Reservoir, this ranch has approximately 1.5 miles of river frontage. The river is wide and deep here with low banks on the Mexico side and provides world class channel and yellow catfishing opportunities. Mountain lions, black bear, blue quail, trophy whitetail and mule deer all call this ranch home. A county road ends at the entrance to the ranch making access easy. The ranch has been in the same family since the 1970s. They have maintained it in its natural state with only minimal improvements. A small 2-room cabin with gasoline powered generator for electricity near river has a rain water collection system that provides the family with water for necessities. There are 6 water wells with 5 in use. The ranch is leased to a local rancher who runs cattle which maintains the ag exemption. 2012 Property Taxes $508.22. Crystal Cave, naturally carved by raging flood waters long ago, is incredibly beautiful with quartz-spattered walls. This ranch will offer the naturalist and outdoorsmen the perfect retreat from todays hectic pace. All information is deemed true & correct to the best of our knowledge and from reliable sources. This property is subject to prior sale, change in price, annual change in property taxes, or removal from the market without notice. Ragsdale Ranch Realty will not be held liable for any changes or discrepancies

3,241.49 acres Dryden, TX $1,050,000

3,241.49 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County Raymond Grubbs Mossy Oak Properties

Type: Acreage

3241.49 acre Outlaw Canyon Ranch is located close to Dryden Texas in Terrell County. This ranch has an abundance of quality Desert Mule Deer, Whitetail deer, javelina, bobcats, coyotes, blue quail and a variety of small game species. There is one solar powered water well, six feeding and water stations in various locations for wildlife. Some deep brushy draws and arroyos provide good browse and cover for wildlife. Two mapped canyons are located on the property; Outlaw canyon runs North and South through the middle portion of the ranch and connects with the larger, Meyers Canyon, on the Southwest corner of the property. There is lots of unique terrain, including underground caves, and elevations ranging from 1600 to 1950 feet. Good ranch roads provide easy access to most of ranch and could provide miles of AVT adventure for the new owners. There is a newly constructed hunter?s cabin that is approximately 750 sf. Located approximately just 30 miles from the famous Judge Roy Bean historical museum this property is rich in Texas history and will provide years of excellent hunting and outdoor activity. For directions and more information please contact me at (903) 586-2263

2,274 acres Sanderson, TX $966,450

2,274 acres Sanderson, TX

Terrell County Mark Meek, Broker Meek Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage

SIZE: 2,274+/- acres. LOCATION: Terrell County, Texas. This ranch is located approximately 110 miles west of Del Rio, Texas out Hwy. 90 between Dryden and Sanderson, Texas. Property is just north of Hwy. 90 and approximately 10 miles west of Dryden or 10 miles east of Sanderson, approximately 270 miles west of San Antonio. The Terrell County Airport is approximately 4-5 miles from this ranch. DESCRIPTION: Beautiful gently rolling hills with some large draws to rugged limestone rim rock hills with scenic bluffs. There are some big wide valleys with good soil and heavy brush for game habitat. Elevations run from 2,300 feet to 2,700 feet above sea level and there are some outstanding views. There is a large canyon called Sanderson Canyon and a large creek valley called Sanderson Creek that extends for about two miles through the ranch that provides a multitude of trees, brushes, and game habitat. On the south end of the ranch is Remington canyon which also has great bottoms and draws with scenic ridges. The trees, brush, weeds, forbes, and grasses found on the ranch provide outstanding habitat for wildlife, particularly deer, bobwhite quail, blue quail, and turkey. There is a diversity of wildlife feed on this property. The excellent tree/brush coverage includes: hackberry, mesquites, kidney wood, walnuts, catclaw, persimmon, mescats, juniper, lechuguilla, black brush, algerita, cenizo, guajilla, sotol, rosin, quayacan, ochotilla, and others. Many of these are high in protein and allow for good antler growth. Grasses include black grama, sideoats grama, hairy grama, bluestem, green sprangletop, sand dropseed, and fall witchgrass. There are no oil or gas wells on the ranch and there are no minerals available. There is a good road system throughout most of the ranch and there are no neighboring easements through this ranch. The adjoining neighbors ranch from similar size up to 15,000 acres in size. HISTORY: According to history, the last Texas train robbery took place on this ranch back in 1912. (See the Story of Ben Kilpatrick on the internet.) IMPROVEMENTS: Included are 3-travel trailers in good condition capable of sleeping 2 3 people each. There is a steel storage bin, 8-corn and 4-protein feeders and approximately 7-blinds that will convey with the ranch. There is electricity provided by Rio Grande Electric Co-op that services an electric water well near the center of the ranch. The ranch is fenced and the ag-exemption is in place. There is also a decent road system through the ranch. WATER: The current owners of the ranch drilled a new water well approximately 5 - 6 years ago that supplies water to the camp site. On the east end and west end of the ranch the current owner shares water with the neighbors for the water troughs. There are approximately 5 7 water troughs on this ranch. GAME: There are some excellent high protein brushes such as quayacan that help in large antler growth. This ranch has good whitetail deer, turkey, mule deer, quail and dove. The owners estimate the deer population to be 30 40% whitetail deer and 60% mule deer. This is an excellent hunting ranch with big neighbors! TAXES: Taxes are estimated to be $500 - $600 per year with ag-exemption currently in place. PRICE: $425 acre or $966,450. COMMENTS: An excellent hunting ranch with beautiful views, big wide valleys, a good variety of high protein brushes and good potential to grow big deer.

1,750 acres Sanderson, TX $831,250

1,750 acres Sanderson, TX

Terrell County Ken & Samantha Burton Texas Home-Land Realty

Type: Acreage

Ok boys if you looking for a ranch that is a real man cave this is the one!! Rugged remote ranch located in West Texas near the nice a quit town of Sanderson. This is a wildlife haven, with Mule Deer, Whitetail, javelina, dove and quail. Price to sell quick!!

1,800 acres Dryden, TX $750,000

1,800 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County Brian Clark RANCH PRO REAL ESTATE

Type: Acreage

1800 ACRES TERRELL AND VAL VERDA CO. This ranch as some of the best hunting and fish you come ever come by. The land has 1 mile of river frontage and easy access to the river for some of the best fishing around! With all the elevation changes on this place it feels a lot large then any 1800 acres out there. The hunting here is second to none with whitetail, mule deer, turkey, large quail population, java Lena, and ton of predators. There a great canyons and draws all over this property! There is a great water well on this property feeding the cabins and 7 water troughs. If you are look for a hunting get way place for a low price for need to take a look at this property. Call today for a showing or for more info! Priced to sell!

1,277 acres Dryden, TX $600,000

1,277 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County REPUBLIC RANCHES REPUBLIC RANCHES

Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 1 Bath

This Texas Trans Pecos ranch, located south of Dryden, is a fantastic ranch with several canyons, substantial seeps/springs, some distributed water, Desert Mule Deer, White Tail Deer, modest yet very adequate accommodations for both the owner and guests and incredible mountain views. Location: Located south of Dryden in southern Terrell County just south of Hwy 90 approximately 7.5 miles. The County Road turn off from Hwy 90 is approximately 21 miles east of Sanderson and is about 98 miles west of Del Rio. This property is within an hour and fifteen minute drive of the boat ramps to Lake Amistad. Layout, Topography & Terrain: Gorgeous Trans Pecos mountain scenery with views including the Sierra Del Burro Mountains. The ranch also contains numerous canyons providing diversity and fantastic wildlife habitat. Unlike most properties in this area of the Trans Pecos, this one has some nice size trees in the canyons. Common desert species of Flora and Fauna abound, making this a great hunting opportunity or an incredible destination for hiking, bird watching and other recreational pursuits, with all the comforts of home. There are Indian mounds throughout the property. The current owner has found extensive Native American artifacts on this property. This is a turnkey property ready for your enjoyment. Wildlife and Hunting: The property is home to both Desert Mule Deer and White Tailed Deer, along with blue quail, dove, turkey, varmints and other indigenous and/or migratory birds & wildlife. Improvements: There is an approximate 1,600 sf two bedroom, one bath log home at the HQ that has central air and heat, TV satellite, and phone service, along with barns and pens. Also there are four (4) small cabins with bathrooms, electricity and water for additional guests to stay at the ranch. Maintained Roads and seven deer blinds go with the sale. Water: Water on the ranch includes three water holes (substantial seeps/springs located in three of the canyons. Also there is one water well that pumps good clean water at about 10gpm and plumbed to different parts of the ranch. Utilities: Electrical service is in place and operational at owners home and guest cabins. Propane service in place as well. Other: The ranchs east property line is adjacent to our High Lonesome Ranch listing (5,120 acres); in the event a buyer is interested in significantly more acreage. Minerals: Seller will convey all owned by seller, if any; there is no production. Disclaimer: The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is also subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale or withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction.

1,207.17 acres Dryden, TX $555,300

1,207.17 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County Wayne Lewis RE/MAX Del Rio

Type: Acreage

Eightmile Draw Ranch is 1,207.17 acres of recreational, hunting and fishing ranch, with sloping, rolling hills, gullies and pasture grass land. This ranch is agricultural exempt and has corrals, fencing on the place, there is a shared well and community water and electricity available. This is an excellent hunting ranch with all kinds of wildlife such as: whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail and a variety of exotics. You have beautiful Lake Amistad with in 1 hour for some great fishing and boating, with the Terrell county airport close by, or Del Rio International Airport within 1 1/2 hours away.

40 acres Terrell, TX $249,900

40 acres Terrell, TX

Terrell County Byron Cashion HOTTINGER REAL ESTATE, INC.

Type: Acreage

PROPERTY FEATURES ROAD FRONTAGE ON THREE SIDES, 2 PONDS, FENCED AND CROSS-FENCED, HOLDING PEN, BARN WITH ELECTRICITY AND WATER METER. GREAT FOR CONTINUED AGRICULTURAL USE OR PLANNED DEVELOPMENT. LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF CR 351 AND CR 351A JUST 1 MILE NORTH OF HWY 80 - ADJACENT 60 +- ACRES AND 2,512 SF HOME AVAILABLE SEE MLS# 11706195

435 acres Dryden, TX $206,625

435 acres Dryden, TX

Terrell County Roy Raney & Jay Garrett Stephens Ranch Real Estate

Type: Acreage

435 acres with cabin located SW of Dryden, Texas and south of Hwy 90. This property is located about 3 miles south of Hwy 90 where the Dryden flats start breaking into the hilly and rugged country that falls off about 1200 feet in elevation over a distance of 8 to 10 miles until it reaches the Rio Grande. The elevation on this property varies from just over 2300 feet to just under 2100 feet. The western two thirds of the property consists of hills, draws, and valleys except for the extreme NW which is still part of the Dryden flats. The eastern third of the property is less rugged with gently rolling land and gentler, wider draws. The draws and valleys have substantially heavier and taller cover than the hillsides, hilltops and flat mesas. The property has over 3 miles of frontage on an 8000 acre ranch along the south boundary which the rancher says has not been hunted in many years. It is about two thirds fenced overall with mostly field (sheep and goat) fencing and some four strand barb wire stretches. Existing cross fencing divides it into four pastures of varying sizes. From time to time, there are free ranging livestock from the ranch to the south which preserves the agricultural tax exemption for this property. Two species of deer are found in this area: the desert mule deer and the whitetail deer (both fairly abundant for a desert area) with the ratio being about 75:25. Other game animals include the collared peccary or javelina, occasional turkeys, mourning and white-wing dove and blue or scaled quail. Foxes, badgers, raccoons, ringtails,jackrabbits,porcupines, cottontails and other varmints are also common. Other predators include a few coyotes (which are actively trapped by federal trappers), a few mountain lions and the occasional black bear that wanders over from northern Mexico. This property is considered part of the great Chihuahuan Desert. On average, it gets 12-13 inches of rain per year. The predominant woody species of plants are: creosotebush, skeletonleaf goldeneye, cenizo or purple sage, guajillo, mesquite, guayacan, yucca, whitethorn acacia, catclaw acacia and feather dalea. Many other species of desert plants are also common including cacti. The hills and mesas of this property offer spectacular views of mountain ranges to the south in Mexico. The cabin is located on one such mesa. It is 16 ft by 20 ft in size with an 8 x 20 deck and is raised up on wood pilings about 7 feet off the ground. It was built in 1998 and 1999 by carpenters from Odessa. The inside is insulated (R13 in the walls, R19 in the ceiling) with wood walls and ceilings. The roof is metal. It is heated by a wood stove which has expensive two-wall metal flues for safety reasons. There is no electricity or potable water. The cabin has two queen size beds and a bunk bed. It is enclosed in about a two acre area to keep out livestock. Long term owner financing available on this property.

140 acres Sanderson, TX $187,000

140 acres Sanderson, TX

Terrell County Wayne Lewis RE/MAX Del Rio

Type: Acreage

Nice private property with water well, camp trailer, extra living quarters. All with electricity. Very good hunting with lots of privacy.
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