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6,378.09 acres Barksdale, TX $15,913,335

6,378.09 acres Barksdale, TX

Edwards County Experienced Agents Ruple Properties

Type: River Property

This historic ranch is located in Southern Edwards County, in the heart of the Nueces Canyon and is blessed with one of the strongest live water creeks in Texas. The ranch features Cedar Creek, a strong year- round constant flow stream that runs through the rich fertile bottom land. It has huge native pecans, large live oaks and elm trees throughout the expansive valleys on this exceptional ranch. The ranch was originally purchased by Erhard Guenther during the early 1900s. He bought land from settlers that arrived into the region following the Civil War and put this ranch together one piece at a time. He purchased the majority of the watershed for Cedar Creek, Blue Creek and Spring Creek thus protecting the spring sources and creek flow for generations to come. The ranch can only be described as One of a Kind. From the stories of pioneers settling in the Cedar Creek Valley in the 19th century, to the amazing native Indian sites, geological features, subterranean caves and sink holes, this ranch is unique. It is a fossil and arrowhead hunters dream. Pinon Pines are scattered in the higher elevations along with huge virgin cedar stands which add to the scenic views from the abundant mountain tops. This ranch is a convenient 2 1/2 hour drive from San Antonio, Texas with the front gate only 1 1/2 miles down a maintained county road from a paved state highway. There are numerous old settlements scattered throughout the ranch. And these structures are awaiting restorations (see Winan's Cabin pictures below). The ranch is not high fenced, although there is a short stretch of high fence along the southwest border of the ranch. The fencing is considered to be from good to poor condition over the ranch. There is no fencing along the county road. The ranch has 2 water wells. The water well located north of the county road is equipped with a submersible pump. The well south of the county road is a hand dug water well. The ground water depth is reported to be about 350 feet deep to quality well water. There are numerous flowing springs on this ranch. The 2,300' airstrip is in good condition and is located in the central valley south of the county road. There are also creek water diversion and pumping rights associated with Cedar Creek that will convey in a specific portion of the ranch. The ranch is teeming with wildlife including whitetail deer, axis, aoudad sheep, Rio Grande turkey, wild boar and varmints. The hunting is excellent and photo opportunities are everywhere. This ranch is offered with some minerals and some state classified minerals. There will be a survey completed soon and it will be available to qualified buyers. The county road separates the south 6,400 +- acres from the north 2,215 +- acres. The county road is approximately 8.7 miles in length along the north side of the south 6,400 acre portion and about 3.4 miles of county road boundary along the north 2,215 +- acres. The following page contains pictures of the areas mentioned above; however, they do not do justice to the exquisite features of this ranch. Come take a look. Call Joe or Austin Ruple for an appointment to view this exceptional property. (877) 21TEXAS

2,000 acres Camp Wood, TX $10,000,000

2,000 acres Camp Wood, TX

Edwards County Jesse Lockhart Lockhart Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 1750 SqFt

Stunning Texas Hill Country views and gorgeous Nueces River frontage! Flat Rock Ranch is a Hill Country gems - it has all of the terrain you'd expect in the Hill Country, two miles of rover frontage, and a house and two cabins. The property value has been enhanced by nearly a decade of healthy habitat and game management. The fences on this 2,000 acre parcel range in condition from good to new. The northern and western borders are game proof fences, with livestock fencing on the southern and eastern perimeter of the ranch. Vegetation includes what you'd expect in the Hill Country along with some grass species native to the Nueces Canyon River Basin. Huge old oak trees line the river bottom. It's an ideal environment for the native and exotic game roaming about the ranch.

3,318 acres Barksdale, TX $8,610,210

3,318 acres Barksdale, TX

Edwards County Experienced Agents Ruple Properties

Type: Acreage

Nearly 2 miles of glistening water, courtesy of Cedar Creek, flows through this premier Hill Country Ranch. This remarkable stream flows year round and adds to the scenic grandeur of this phenomenal live water ranch. Captivating valleys transition to majestic hilltops, while countless stately oak and pecan trees tower over Cedar Creek. An old settlers cabin accentuates this picturesque property and enhances the historical significance. Not being leased for 3+ years, a variety and abundance of wildlife roams this low fenced property. Whitetail, axis, fallow, elk, red deer, aoudad sheep, turkey, and an occasional elk and more travel the gorgeous terrain. Revel in the natural beauty that this remarkable, alluring property has to offer. Improvements: Several old water wells (condition unknown) New road structures from valley into hills (best for 4x4 vehicles) Water: Cedar Creek, with 1.9+- miles of live water frontage, flows year round. There are also some Cedar Creek pumping rights to convey with the property. A couple of old water wells and a hand dug well are also located on the property, however the condition is unknown. Utilities: Power is available from the county road into the Kelley Valley.

3,060 acres Barksdale, TX $7,940,700

3,060 acres Barksdale, TX

Edwards County Experienced Agents Ruple Properties

Type: Acreage

Magnificent and breathtaking are only a couple of words that can be used to describe this premier live water ranch. Picturesque views of the wide valleys, beautiful mountaintops, and 3,400+- feet of the strong flowing Cedar Creek captivate. Lush green fields beckon, while a picturesque large valley extends far into the ranch. Spectacular views can be enjoyed from the higher elevations of this stunning property. Tall pinion pines are scattered in the higher elevations, along with giant pecan, and stately oak trees towering over the Cedar Creek valley. Forming the northeastern boundary of the ranch is the majestic Cedar Creek. This captivating stream flows year found and has several undeveloped springs. From the native Indian sites to the subterranean caves, the adventurer will be right at home. Hike the fossil rich land and search for arrowheads, or explore the cave where every evening bats fly out, offering a rare experience with nature. An old grass runway and sheep barn lend to the historical significance of the ranch. The diverse terrain is picturesque, but also lends to exceptional hunting. Whitetail, axis, fallow, elk, red deer, aoudad sheep, turkey, and more enjoy the native cover of this low fenced ranch. Enjoy the natural beauty and tranquility of the hypnotizing landscape that this rare, one of a kind ranch has to offer. Improvements: Several old water wells (condition unknown) New road structures from valley into hills (best for 4x4 vehicles) Water: Cedar Creek, with 3,400+- feet of live water frontage, flows year round. Utilities: Power is available from the county road into the Kelley Valley.

4,107 acres Carta Valley, TX $6,365,850

4,107 acres Carta Valley, TX

Edwards County Howard W. Hood Hood Real Estate Inc

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 5200 SqFt

Los Canones Ranch is a completely outfitted dream for a family seeking a private getaway, a CEO searching for a corporate retreat, or an investor looking for a turnkey commercial hunting operation. Located 40 miles southwest of Rocksprings, the completely high-fenced ranch, which features a lighted helipad and has been approved as the site of a 4,200-foot landing strip, has both privacy and accessibility. Larger aircraft can land at the Del Rio International Airport, which is a short 40-minute drive. The ranch is transected by 20 miles of all-weather roads, which are supplemented by host of secondary roads. The land itself offers a changing panorama of sweeping views, ruggedly beautiful canyons, limestone caves, and valleys forested with a mix of pion pine, walnut, cedar, mountain laurel, persimmon and a variety of oaks. The diverse habitat is home to well-managed populations of native and exotic wildlife, including white-tailed deer, axis deer, blackbuck antelope, scimitar-horned oryx, gemsbok antelope, aoudad sheep, red sheep, Rio Grande turkeys and dove. Ranch inventory includes all the necessary feeders, blinds and watering stations to support a wildlife enterprise as well as a 15,000 square-foot equipment building and an 800 square-foot shop to keep the operation running smoothly. Five water wells supply adequate water and the water distribution system includes 200,000 gallons of freshwater storage. When it is time to come inside, the 5,200-square-foot lodge, reminiscent of those found in the Rocky Mountains, is the perfect place to relax. The lodge, with its soaring ceilings, native rock floors and dry-stacked stone fireplace, has five bedrooms and 3.5 baths, easily accommodating family, friends and colleagues. To further enhance the experience, the lodge boasts a heated, saltwater swimming pool and Jacuzzi right outside. In addition, the ranch includes a bunk house, a pilots home, a ranch managers home, and quarters for ranch employees. Los Canones Ranch offers a rare opportunity for buyers who want to enjoy the opportunities of ranch ownership immediately. All ranch equipment, furnishings and household goods convey with the purchase, so the new owners can begin living their dreams without delay. This one-of-a-kind property is offered for $1,550/acre. To claim this dream for yourself, contact Howard W. Hood for a private showing.

4,048 acres Rocksprings, TX $5,161,200

4,048 acres Rocksprings, TX

Edwards County Perry Bushong Perry Bushong Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths

PINON PASS RANCH This region of Texas offers some of the most reasonably priced land in the Hill Country. Combine that with the areas solid hunting, and youve got a great buy! If you are looking for less acreage, the 1073 acre pasture on the south end of this ranch is available by itself. HISTORY: This ranch was in the Wardlaw family for over 70 years. The Wardlaw ranching operation in this area covered around 44,000 acres and at one time carried the Wing V brand. LOCATION & ACCESS: The ranch is located approximately 25 miles SW of Rocksprings in western Edwards County. It is 40 miles north of Lake Amistad with its world class fishing. Access is via a private, all-weather easement road about 4 miles west of US 377. This easement is used by adjoining ranches, but there is no through traffic. HEADQUARTERS: The headquarters has a good, ranchy feel to it. It consists of a wonderful old ranch house built from native rock, surrounded by a fence of the same rock. The chimney has a special touch to it with stalactites from an area cave at the top of it. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms; a great room (living/dining combined) with a rock fireplace, unique tile floor and pine tongue and groove ceiling; screened-in porch with a wood stove; and a detached garage. The electricity has been totally rewired, the plumbing is all new, part of the roof is new and central air and heat has been installed. Just behind the main house is a charming 1 bedroom/1 bath rock guest house with a sleeping porch and fireplace. The other outbuildings include a neat old commissary; a shearing barn; a large hay barn; a tool shed/tack room; a shop with walk-in cooler; a good set of pipe and bull wire working pens with cutting and loading chutes; and a newly remodeled mobile home. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS: **3 working wells, 2 with submersible pumps and 1 on a windmill; 2 unequipped wells; and 1 shared well. **Pond **New fencing around the entire perimeter of the northern 2975 acres, approximately 2.5 miles of which is a high fence. The southern 1073 acres has some new and some old fencing, all being low. **Miles of new and improved roads built with a rock crusher throughout the ranch. **Extensive cedar clearing has been done along the roads and perimeter fence and around all the deer stands. **10 new 5x5 insulated deer stands; 12 new 1000 lb. spin feeders; 10 new 2000 lb. protein feeders. GAME: Whitetail, turkey, dove, axis, fallow and aoudad. The seller has a year-round protein feeding program in place. One of the largest turkey roosts in the area is located near the house. TERRAIN & VEGETATION: Beautiful pinon trees dot the landscape, giving the ranch its name. Mailtrail Creek runs east to west across the ranch and is lined with giant liveoak and elm trees. Other vegetation includes shinoak, liveoak brush, mesquite, cedar, mountain laurel, persimmon, agarita and hackberry. There are beautiful far-reaching views from the ridgelines which have top elevations of 2300 feet. Lowest elevations are at 1965 feet. MINERALS: It is believed there are about 75 acres of minerals classified which will be included in the sale. TAXES: Ag-use exemption is in place. 2010 taxes were approximately $3622. PRICE: $5,161,200.00 ($1275/acre). The 1073 acres is priced at $1,287,600 ($1200/acre). PERRY BUSHONG REAL ESTATE PERRY BUSHONG, Broker 830-640-3383 JANE BUSHONG BROWN, Broker Associate 830-640-3254 ~~~an experienced ranching and real estate family ~~~

4,048 acres Rocksprings, TX $5,161,200

4,048 acres Rocksprings, TX

Edwards County Perry Bushong Perry Bushong Real Estate

Type: Acreage

PINON PASS RANCH This region of Texas offers some of the most reasonably priced land in the Hill Country. Combine that with the areas solid hunting, and youve got a great buy! If you are looking for less acreage, the 1073 acre pasture on the south end of this ranch is available by itself. HISTORY: This ranch was in the Wardlaw family for over 70 years. The Wardlaw ranching operation in this area covered around 44,000 acres and at one time carried the Wing V brand. LOCATION & ACCESS: The ranch is located approximately 25 miles SW of Rocksprings in western Edwards County. It is 40 miles north of Lake Amistad with its world class fishing. Access is via a private, all-weather easement road about 4 miles west of US 377. This easement is used by adjoining ranches, but there is no through traffic. HEADQUARTERS: The headquarters has a good, ranchy feel to it. It consists of a wonderful old ranch house built from native rock, surrounded by a fence of the same rock. The chimney has a special touch to it with stalactites from an area cave at the top of it. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms; a great room (living/dining combined) with a rock fireplace, unique tile floor and pine tongue and groove ceiling; screened-in porch with a wood stove; and a detached garage. The electricity has been totally rewired, the plumbing is all new, part of the roof is new and central air and heat has been installed. Just behind the main house is a charming 1 bedroom/1 bath rock guest house with a sleeping porch and fireplace. The other outbuildings include a neat old commissary; a shearing barn; a large hay barn; a tool shed/tack room; a shop with walk-in cooler; a good set of pipe and bull wire working pens with cutting and loading chutes; and a newly remodeled mobile home. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS: **3 working wells, 2 with submersible pumps and 1 on a windmill; 2 unequipped wells; and 1 shared well. **Pond **New fencing around the entire perimeter of the northern 2975 acres, approximately 2.5 miles of which is a high fence. The southern 1073 acres has some new and some old fencing, all being low. **Miles of new and improved roads built with a rock crusher throughout the ranch. **Extensive cedar clearing has been done along the roads and perimeter fence and around all the deer stands. **10 new 5x5 insulated deer stands; 12 new 1000 lb. spin feeders; 10 new 2000 lb. protein feeders. GAME: Whitetail, turkey, dove, axis, fallow and aoudad. The seller has a year-round protein feeding program in place. One of the largest turkey roosts in the area is located near the house. TERRAIN & VEGETATION: Beautiful pinon trees dot the landscape, giving the ranch its name. Mailtrail Creek runs east to west across the ranch and is lined with giant liveoak and elm trees. Other vegetation includes shinoak, liveoak brush, mesquite, cedar, mountain laurel, persimmon, agarita and hackberry. There are beautiful far-reaching views from the ridgelines which have top elevations of 2300 feet. Lowest elevations are at 1965 feet. MINERALS: It is believed there are about 75 acres of minerals classified which will be included in the sale. TAXES: Ag-use exemption is in place. 2010 taxes were approximately $3622. PRICE: $5,161,200.00 ($1275/acre). The 1073 acres is priced at $1,287,600 ($1200/acre). PERRY BUSHONG REAL ESTATE PERRY BUSHONG, Broker 830-640-3383 JANE BUSHONG BROWN, Broker Associate 830-640-3254 ~~~an experienced ranching and real estate family ~~~

1,108 acres Barksdale, TX $4,750,000

1,108 acres Barksdale, TX

Edwards County Zac Kerbow KERBOW LAND COMPANY

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 4 Baths | 4825 SqFt

Spring Fed Luxury Wildlife Ranch Texas Hill Country, Edwards County, Barksdale Only 1 mile northwest of Barksdale, this ranch features 1594' to 2139' elevations, 3 permanent springs, water well, live oak, shinoak, 12,289 feet of TX Hwy 55 frontage, a 4,825 square-foot luxury three bedroom, four bath, Spanish-style villa with wrought-iron fenced security gated compound, concrete drive and parking area, Blue Haven heated swimming pool with waterfall, Jacuzzi, professionally landscaped grounds; 2131 square-foot four bedroom, two bath, bunkhouse; 1,243' guest home and 918 square-foot manager's home. The ranch also includes a 38' by 60' metal barn, a 70' by 100' metal barn, an 8' by 16' tack house, miles of roads and game fencing with wildlife management facilities, a spring water system with 91,000 gallons in 3 concrete reservoirs and a second spring water system with a large reservoir and pond. Most of the back of the ranch is rugged hills with awesome views while most of the highway frontage is gently rolling grasslands with large oaks. The luxury home is located at the foot of the hills with excellent views overlooking the large oak grasslands populated with dove, quail, turkey, axis and whitetail deer. This is the best luxury ranch buy in the Texas hill country.

3,013 acres Barksdale, TX $4,524,000

3,013 acres Barksdale, TX

Edwards County Farren Fox Better Homes and Gardens-Bradfield Properties

Type: Acreage

This scenic hideaway tucked away in Edwards County offers peaceful serenity and privacy. Beautiful oak trees span the ranch along hillsides and atop tall rock bluffs. 600+ acres have been cleared of cedar within the last 5 years, another 800+ acres cleared within the last 20 years, showing little regrowth. The easement leading to the ranch has recently been rock-crushed and smoothed to provide a comfortable ride into your retreat. 15+ miles of interior roads have also been rock-crushed, allowing greater ease when navigating the ranch. There are two wells, one with a windmill and the other with a submerged pump. For the adventurers, there are two large caves and several small caves. The two large caves have been semi-explored, one teeming with stalactites and stalagmites. Two extremely unique rock homes grace the place with history and charm. They would both need work in order to be considered livable, but the possibilities are inspiring. Exterior and interior walls were built from rock that can be found on the ranch. This is truly a place you could call your own and make your own with all the privacy you could possibly want. (Location is approximate)

2,940 acres Rocksprings, TX $4,263,000

2,940 acres Rocksprings, TX

Edwards County Glynn Hendley Western Hill Country Realty

Type: Acreage

Historic 2940 Acre (survey pending) Edwards County Ranch Family owned and operated for over 105 years. Located in West Central Edwards County on the western edge of the Texas Hill Country. 75 years of conservation practices including cedar clearing and brush, weed and cacti control. Over 45 years of wildlife and livestock management. Terrain varies from gently rolling hills to rocky canyons to fertile mesquite flats to live oak bottoms. 20 minutes from Rocksprings. End of the road property. No through traffic/easements. Large neighbors. 3 permanent strong water wells. Electricity. 7 pastures with excellent interior and exterior low fencing. 2 wheel drive accessibility throughout ranch. Improved road system. Area known for great whitetail and abundant turkey. Several large turkey roosts on property. Excellent feeder pens in place. Property set up and ready for any rancher, hunter or outdoor adventurist. (listing #2940) Reduced!! $1450/acre (prequalified buyers only).

906 acres Barksdale, TX $3,990,000

906 acres Barksdale, TX

Edwards County Zac Kerbow KERBOW LAND COMPANY

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 4 Baths | 4825 SqFt

Spring Fed Luxury Wildlife Ranch Texas Hill Country, Edwards County, Barksdale Only 1 mile northwest of Barksdale, this ranch features 1594' to 2139' elevations, 2 permanent springs, water well, live oak, shinoak, 8,631 feet of TX Hwy 55 frontage, a 4825 square-foot luxury three bedroom, four bath, Spanish-style villa with wrought-iron fenced security gated compound, concrete drive and parking area, Blue haven heated swimming pool with waterfall, Jacuzzi, professionally landscaped grounds; 1,243 square-foot guest home and 918 square-foot manager's home. The ranch also includes a 38' by 60' metal barn, a 70' by 100' metal barn, an 8' by 16' tack house, miles of roads and game fencing with wildlife management facilities and a spring water system with 91,000 gallons in 3 concrete reservoirs. Most of the back of the ranch is rugged hills with awesome views while most of the highway frontage is gently rolling grasslands populated with dove, quail, turkey, axis and whitetail deer. This is the best luxury ranch buy in the Texas hill country.

1,285.32 acres Barksdale, TX $3,950,000

1,285.32 acres Barksdale, TX

Edwards County Experienced Agents Ruple Properties

Type: River House

Description: The Nueces River Ranch is over 1285 pristine acres located in the beautiful Edwards County Hill Country, directly in the heart of the Nueces Canyon. Known to most as the Rocky Mountains of Texas, the scenery and elevations are breath taking. Elevations range from 1700 feet to 2265 feet, a variance of 565 feet - ideal for hunting, hiking, caving or mountain climbing. The Nueces River and Ruths Draw, a spring branch creek borders this ranch for over 1 mile. Enjoy swimming, tubing, and fishing for perch, bass or catfish. Pecan orchards scatter the river bottoms and Indian mounds can be found on the banks. Fertile pastures are located at the base of the mountains providing nourishment for herds of axis, black buck antelope, whitetail, wild turkey, hogs, and the occasional passing elk, sika and fallow. Aoudad sheep can be hunted in the rough mountain country. The ranch has NEVER been commercially hunted - only friends and family. This ranch has been under very strict management since 2005. Miles of roads have been built in the mountains on the west side of the ranch and are easily accessible by 4-wheel drive. A watering system has also been piped across the mountain ridge for 3.5 miles. Multiple water troughs are strategically placed all over the ranch. There is also a very neat cave on the ranch. The entry is a bit tight. You must crawl on your stomach for about 15 feet, then it opens up into a large den about 8 feet wide and 15 feet tall. In the den you can see old stalagmites and stalagmites. Once you pass through the den, you can follow a very wide passage or corridor that takes you further into the mountain. Look up and you will see small cavities that lead to another chamber in the cave. A special thanks to the Aggie Cavers for exploring these other sections! The Texas A&M Cavers, UT Grotto and the Bexar County Grotto mapped this cave for us. Recorded maps can be provided on request. A very comfortable lodge remodeled in 2005, is located on the ranch with a wrap around porch, sprinkler system and all the comforts of home. Bedrooms sleep 8 very comfortably. There is a large shop on the ranch, carport area for vehicles, ice machine and a animal cleaning area. Ranch is low fence except for 20 acres around the lodge and shop, which has new game fence (2010). There is a blacked out deer trapping area with loading chutes. We use this to trap axis and blackbuck for resale. Ranch is AG Exempt under exotic wildlife production. Improvements: The lodge was completely remodeled in 2005. New flooring and carpet was installed in 2005. Lodge will be sold furnished and with some decor - detail list of what does not convey can be furnished. Some photos above show items that may have already been removed from the lodge. Interior unit of the central AC/Heat was replaced in 2008. Hot water heater was replaced in 2007. New floor decking (treated tongue and grove) on all of the porch was installed in 2010. Exterior of the lodge was cleaned and stained in 2011. The ranch has 4+ carport that was built in 2005. Through all of the 2011 drought, there has not been any problems with the well. This is a very good well . The water is clean and pure. Very good drinking water!! The sprinkler system around the house has been running twice a week all summer!! Located in the mountains are several watering stations. All-weather pipe runs for miles. Water is pumped up the mountains to provide water to the animals on a regular basis. Conveniently located on the ranch is a caliche pit. Driveway and road materials can be taken from this pit anytime you need it. This is also an excellent place to sight your guns in! Several feeders, ground blinds, tower blinds, protein feeders, and lock-on tree stands will convey with the ranch. Utilities: Electric, Water well, Septic are onsite. Water: During all of the drought of 2011, Ruths Draw (a spring fed creek) has not stopped running. It is still holding strong and feeding the Nueces. This creek borders the ranch for over a quarter of a mile. Fish are still swimming and the water is flowing! The crystal clear waters of the Nueces and Ruths Draw invite you to jump right in! Swim, tube, or fish these beautiful waters. The water is warm enough (on an average year) to swim March through October on a sunny day!! With Ruths Draw still flowing at normals levels during one of the worst droughts Texas has ever seen, the Nueces River Ranch is truly a Water Front Ranch!!!!!!!!!!

1,452 acres Rocksprings, TX $3,500,000

1,452 acres Rocksprings, TX

Edwards County Brian Clark RANCH PRO REAL ESTATE

Type: Acreage

1452 ACRES EDWARDS CO. HUNTING RANCH!!!! This is an awesome, ready-to-go game ranch in the hills and canyons of the Edwards Plateau, south of Rocksprings. There are 1452 acres under high fence, with whitetail, sika, axis, red stag, blackbuck, and audad, and fallow. Great roads on the ranch, and paved highway frontage. Two bunkhouses and a huge rock tank, converted to a chlorinated pool, make this the perfect place to bring all your friends for a week away from the grind. The 1000 square foot barn, with roll up doors, will protect all of your equipment from the elements. Attached to the enclosed barn is another 1000 ft of covered parking, and outstanding covered livestock working pens with a vet clinic. Water for the ranch is provided by one windmill and one submersible pump. Four enclosed deer pens, totaling nearly 200 acres, complete the turnkey package. Whatever your ranching needs, this place can accommodate. Contact us today for more info! AGENT: WES COPLAND 432-553-7231

1,452 acres Rocksprings, TX $3,500,000

1,452 acres Rocksprings, TX

Edwards County Zac Kerbow KERBOW LAND COMPANY

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 922 SqFt

Oak Hills Wildlife & Cattle Ranch Texas Hill Country, Edwards County, Rocksprings Only 10 miles west of Rocksprings with elevations of 2119' to 2300' this rolling oak wildlife habitat has 11,500' of highway frontage, miles of interior roads, approximately 7 miles of high fencing (entire perimeter high fenced), sub pump well, windmill well, concrete reservoir, swimming pool, wildlife pond, ranch home, bunkhouse, new barn, stock pens, 3 blinds and 1 feeder. This ranch ranges from oak covered hilltops with panoramic views to large grass flats and gentle creek valleys with large oaks. This combination cattle and wildlife ranch has heavy populations of native wildlife, less than one hour from year round recreation opportunities on Lake Amistad.

2,800 acres Rocksprings, TX $2,590,000

2,800 acres Rocksprings, TX

Edwards County Morris Killough Texas Land & Ranch Co.

Type: Acreage

2800 acres- Edwards County Pinion Pine Ranch This truly incredible ranch is located on the western edge of Edwards county and offers great end of the road privacy. The ranch is game fenced, offers a small hunters house, four excellent water wells with extensive piping, extensive road system throughout the ranch and large areas of the ranch have been cleared of the cedar. The ranch has an unusual beauty about it with huge rock bluffs lined with Pinion pines, deep wide canyons, large healthy hardwoods and good soils. The hunting is outstanding and numerous feed stations are situated throughout the property. The ranch is loaded with native game and numerous exotics including Axis, Fallow, Aoudad, Mouflon and Hogs. call Cleveland Caraway 210-422-8722 or Morris Killough 210-415-9850
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