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$2,994,000 998 acres
Mason, Texas 76856 - Mason County

998 acres Mason, TX

This scenic ranch is located in southwest Mason and northeast Kimble Counties between the Blue Mountains and the Llano River. The ranch has varying terrain ranging from gently rolling to very rough canyons along Rocky Creek. Rocky Creek, a wet weather creek, traverses the eastern portion of the ranch for approximately two (2) miles. Fairly heavy timber ranges from mesquite, cedar, live oak, Spanish oak and a variety of other native brush and cacti. In addition to Rocky Creek the ranch is watered from a water well equipped with a submersible pump. Access is off RR #1871 as well as a road easement off RR #1871 that parallels most of the western property boundary. In addition to serving access to this ranch the non-exclusive road easement
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$643,500 143 acres 2 Beds | 1 Bath
Voca, Texas 76887 - McCulloch County

143 acres Voca, TX

This small ranch is traversed by Tiger Creek and Lost Creek which are seasonal creeks. The stately timber along the creek bottoms consist of large live oaks, pecan and elm. Some of the hillsides have been selectively cleared and reseeded to Willmann Love grass. The ranch is well fenced and newly fenced on the east boundary with 8 foot game fencing. There is a small field near the center of the property that is fenced and is typically planted to wheat during late fall and winter. The modest 2 bedroom, 1 bath home is presently inhabited and is in good to fair condition. Seller will convey all owned oil, gas and other minerals and commercially mined silica sand believed to be 50%. There is a sand mine located SSW which has announc
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$400,000 17 acres
Llano Crossing Tract 5, Llano, Texas 78643 - Llano County

Llano River Ranch

The property consists of 3.5 acres in native pasture with the balance in improved grasses. The property is Ag-exempt and is leased to a local farmer who bales hay off the improved grass fields. There are a few live oak with some smaller timber and brush along the Llano River. The pristine Llano River is the south property boundary. The river flows along and through some beautiful granite outcroppings and has some sandy beach on the north river bank. The river ranges in depth from shallow rapids to 10 foot deep water along the south river bank. The Llano River has tremendous recreational value as well as very good fishing for bass, catfish and perch. There is an occasional whitetail deer and turkey as well as dove and quail that frequ
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$6,247,570 2,086 acres
Mason, Texas 76856 - Mason County

2,086 acres Mason, TX

This beautiful "Heritage" Ranch is just north of Mason in the heart of the Mason Mountains. The rolling hills vary in elevation from 1,840 to 2,040 feet. Tree cover varies from predominately live oak to Spanish oak, shin oak, mesquite and cedar with a variety of native brush and cacti. Fencing is barb wire on steel and cedar posts. There are five pastures, two traps and two sets of working pens. Fencing varies from new to older fencing in good to fair condition. Two water wells and one spring furnish water to the ranch. Water is piped to three cement reservoirs and seven concrete water troughs strategically located throughout the ranch. Access off Highway #87 and #377 is a 1.8 mile non-exclusive right-of-way easement which also ser
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$4,035,500 1,153 acres
Brady, Texas 76825 - McCulloch County

1,153 acres Brady, TX

This is a unique opportunity to purchase a well managed game ranch that lies on both sides of approximately 2 miles of the Colorado River. The ranch is offered out of a larger established game ranch. The Seller will split the cost of approximately 1.3 miles of game fencing upon the sale of the property. The ranch is generally timbered in mesquite with a large variety of other timber, brush and forbs. The banks of the Colorado have a high concentration of live oaks and other larger timber. There is approximately 50 acres in cultivation in the Colorado River bottom. The Seller will convey some of the oil, gas and other mineral estate. There is no production on the property. There is a good concentration of a well manage herd of whit
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