LandsofTexas.com
#1 in Rural Real Estate Online

Get More Information

Theresa DeVries
Hall and Hall
SIGNATURE SELLER

Properties of Theresa DeVries with Hall and Hall in Billings, MT

Visit Our Website: www.hallhall.com

Page 1 of 2
20 photos
$4,760,000 5,771.46 acres
Allison, Texas 79003 - Hemphill County

Washita River Hunting Ranch

Washita River Hunting Ranch is a premier 5,771+/- acre hunting property in the eastern Texas Panhandle that has been intensively managed for wild quail for almost 20 years by native Oklahoman and quail enthusiast Mal Mixon. The ranch features a broad fertile valley along year-round live water via the headwaters of the Washita River. Elevation change is approximately 200' from the tall grass prairie on the north end of the ranch to the river bottom. Although managed primarily for quail by longtime current ownership, the property has large numbers of whitetail deer with big-bodied Kansas strain genetics, as well as Rio Grande turkey and waterfowl along the river. The property has good interior roads and quail "courses" to approximately 100 fe
Monte Lyons Hall and Hall
20 photos
$4,620,000 3,112.5 acres
Shamrock, Texas 79079 - Collingsworth County

Elm Creek Ranch

Elm Creek Ranch is an oasis in the eastern Texas Panhandle that has been managed for wild quail for the past 20+ years by native Oklahoman and quail enthusiast Mal Mixon. The 3,112+/- acre ranch features a broad fertile valley along year-round live water Elm Creek that is flanked on either side by dramatic finger bluffs covered with strong stands of colorful native grasses, shrubs, and trees. Elevation change is approximately 300' from the bluffs to the creek bottom. Although managed primarily for quail by longtime current ownership, the property has large numbers of whitetail deer with big-bodied Kansas strain genetics, as well as Rio Grande turkey and waterfowl. A few deep pools along Elm Creek provide fishing options. Good interior roads
Monte Lyons Hall and Hall
12 photos
$14,569,500 883 acres
Sisterdale, Texas 78006 - Kendall County

Rancho Kendall

Rancho Kendall is one of the classic premier ranches on the Guadalupe River, yet is only 28 air miles from Loop 1604 in north San Antonio, the nations 7th largest city. Its 883 acres contains high-end equine facilities, several residences, a paved airstrip and gorgeous, rolling land that gently falls to the northern banks of the prized river. Located near quaint Sisterdale, the ranch is easily accessible to booming Boerne, the US 290 Wine Corridor, sizzling Fredericksburg, Austin and San Antonio. Kendall County is one of the fastest-growing counties in the USA and is predicted to have significant growth in the coming years. It is rare to find excellent equine facilities tied to a beautiful, live water Hill Country ranch. This stretch of r
Dave Culver Hall and Hall
20 photos
$17,500,000 4,772 acres
Fort Davis, Texas 79734 - Jeff Davis County

Livermore Ranch~Last of the Great Places

There are few truly great ranches available in Texas-ranches that are intrinsically valuable, with unique geographic features and established wildlife resources-ranches that are private and encompassing, yet still easily accessed and navigated, even among the challenging and awe-inspiring mountainscapes of the region-ranches that are true to the sky island ecosystem, and enjoyable for friends and family. Livermore Ranch is one of the last great places in Texas. Nestled in the heart of the Davis Mountains, and encompassing all of Brooks Mountain, Livermore Ranch is largely situated upon alpine topography and includes major to minor peaks, shear bluffs, notorious rock formations, deep shaded canyons, and large meadows, which creates a div
Tyler Jacobs Hall and Hall
19 photos
$4,451,650 1,817 acres
Malakoff, Texas 75148 - Henderson County

Walnut Creek Ranch

Approximately 1,817 acres located just southwest of Malakoff Texas, south of Cedar Creek Reservoir, and HWY 31, west of Athens and east of Corsicana. Approximately 50% pasture and 50% hardwood and brushland, this ranch offers an extensive variety. For the serious cattleman, the improved pastures, hayfields, cross fencing, and fertile soils all contribute to exceptional forage production and AU capacity. For the avid hunter, the upland hills and hardwoods produce exceptional year-round game habitat, while the bottomland groves, senderos, wet weather pockets, McAllister Slough, Cedar Creek, and Walnut Creek all provide exceptional seasonal habitat. For the outdoor enthusiast, the ranch offers tremendous views from the rolling hills, and endl
Tyler Jacobs Hall and Hall
20 photos
$5,200,000 1,050 acres
Calvert, Texas 77837 - Milam County

McCrary Ranch

With four miles of frontage and big views of the iconic Brazos River, a legitimate ranching operation, recreational opportunities, and producing minerals, the McCrary Ranch has it all. The setting on the Brazos is unique, as a central ridge gently rises nearly 100 over the regular channel of the river and surrounding farmland, creating alluvial pastureland that is largely protected from the forces of the river. Oak studded pastures are primarily coastal Bermudagrass on sandy loam soils and are well watered and cross fenced with good interior roads found throughout the ranch. Mesquite, oak, elm, and pecan make up approximately 250+/- acres of scattered woodlands and support large dear and feral hog numbers. Duck, dove, deer, and hog hu
Tyler Jacobs Hall and Hall
14 photos
$5,914,750 2,005 acres
Bagwell, Texas 75412 - Red River County

Three Circle Farms

Three Circle Farms in northwest Red River County represents the highest quality among farming operations in the region. This 2,005+/- acre farm is 89% tillable and well improved with 1,080+/- acres under three T-L Pivot systems, each supported by multiple alluvial wells. Three homes, workshops, and a 10,000 square foot red steel building are among the well-matched improvements located at the central headquarters. Tile drainage on strategic portions of the farm and deep clay loam soils both contribute to the farms capabilities. The farm benefits greatly from the mixture of mostly FSA Class I & Class II soils. The predominate Class I soil types are Oklared Fine Sandy Loam, Wakana-Elysian Complex, and Waskom Loam. Three Circle Farms is also an
Tyler Jacobs Hall and Hall
15 photos
$2,755,000 1,101 acres
Lometa, Texas 76853 - Mills County

Simms Creek Ranch

This long-held family ranch lies in far southern Mills County, a few miles north of Lometa, on a caliche county road about two miles off of pavement. Goldthwaite, the county seat, is about 12 miles north, while Lampasas, which offers supplies, services and a hospital, is about 20 miles south. Austin, the State Capital, is 80 miles SE. This area consists of medium to large working/recreational ranches, with scattered acreage tract subdivisions. A wind farm is clearly visible and adjoining to the north and west. The ranch features a pleasing mixture of rough and smooth ground, including a layer of cliffs that are loaded with fossils, along with nearly level clay loam fields that have been cultivated in the past. Overall, the ranch is til
Dave Culver Hall and Hall
12 photos
$499,000 208 acres
Cross Roads, Texas 76227 - Henderson County

Cross Roads Pasture

Located conveniently between Cross Roads and Malakoff, TX this 208+/- acre property is comprised of a nice mixture of productive pasture and hardwoods. The terrain is best described as gently rolling with a few nice hilltop homesites. There is a nice 1+/ acre sized lake and a good central road system. Property fronts on FM 3441 and is very convenient to both Dallas and Tyler areas, perfect for the cattleman, hunter, and outdoor enthusiast. Exceptional value for the Henderson County region. The Facts ~ 208+/- acres ~ Southwest Henderson County ~ Improved and native pastures ~ Exceptional wildlife habitat ~ Good interior gravel roads
Tyler Jacobs Hall and Hall
10 photos
$1,092,000 168 acres
Mason, Texas 76856 - Mason County

Blue Hole Ranch

There are few finer, small live water properties in the Texas Hill Country than this very special place, located on Leon Creek, west of prized Mason, about five miles down a private, well-maintained easement road. Featuring over 3,000 feet of both sides of this hard-flowing, crystal clear creek, Blue Hole is the premier small live water property in this area. Cold water surges from beneath limestone ledges bordering the awesome Blue Hole, which one can dive into and is over six feet deep. A cool stone diving platform has been constructed, and many families have experienced one-of-a-kind fun with the owners during their annual July 4th swim party for neighbors. This awesome hole is easily accessible by all ages, including babies, and is sol
Dave Culver Hall and Hall
Page 1 of 2