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Theresa DeVries
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$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, east of Athens and west 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
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$2,650,000 2,952.3 acres
Guthrie, Texas 79236 - King County

Water Canyon Ranch

A rare opportunity located in King County and the heart of the big ranch country of the Texas Rolling Plains, Water Canyon Ranch is a combination production ranch with excellent recreational appeal. The main ranch gate is located on the western boundary along a well-maintained gravel county road 1.5 miles from HWY 82. The west central portion of the ranch at approximately 1,800 feet of elevation is level to gently rolling with 200+/- acres of improved grass (WW B. Dahl Bluestem) planted on Class 2 soils and generally open areas of productive native range. As you move north, the property begins to form canyons draining to the South Wichita River. As you move west, the property drains to Newman Creek, which runs south to north through the eas
Monte Lyons Hall and Hall
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$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 Texasranches that are intrinsically valuable, with unique geographic features and established wildlife resourcesranches that are private and encompassing, yet still easily accessed and navigated, even among the challenging and awe-inspiring mountainscapes of the regionranches 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 divers
Tyler Jacobs Hall and Hall
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$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
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$1,487,850 1,750.41 acres
Snyder, Texas 79549 - Scurry County

LoCascio North Ranch

The LoCascio North Ranch is the northern portion of a larger family ranch recently partitioned and is ideal for hunting, recreation or running cattle. This 1,750.41+/- acre ranch is located in northeast Scurry County approximately 15 miles from Snyder, approximately 1.5 hours to Lubbock, approximately 1.25 hours from Abilene and less than 2 hours to Midland. Surrounded by large ranch neighbors, the ranch is secluded with access by 2.5 miles of an insurable easement along an all-weather caliche road. The west side of the ranch is high fenced, and the near square configuration of the property is conducive to economical game fencing. Elevation of the ranch ranges from around 2,150 feet in the creek bottom to 2,350 feet on the higher grou
Monte Lyons Hall and Hall
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$3,478,370 880 acres
Barksdale, Texas 78828 - Real County

Nueces Falls Ranch

This stellar live water offering lies about one mile off paved RR 335 (top five motorcycling routes in Texas) on all-weather Hackberry Road, which crosses the ranch on the far southern section. It is blessed with two different, both-sides owned, frontages on the hard-flowing East Nueces River, just below the headwater springs at Camp Eagle. This is some of the most pristine and scenic land in all of the Texas Hill Country, featuring dramatic limestone bluffs, 30+ mile vistas and lush bottoms of oak/pecan dotted with Indian sites. The water is crystal clear and spring-fed, with noisy falls tumbling into fern-lined pools, amidst scenery that borders on the surreal. A nice, but not fancy, compound of log cabins comfortably sleeps 10-12, and
Dave Culver Hall and Hall
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$1,336,200 524 acres
Cayuga, Texas 75832 - Anderson County

Cayuga Flats Ranch

Approximately 524 acres of mostly level hardwood timberland, with exceptional frontage on US HWY 287, ACR 494, and ACR 493 in northwest Anderson County, just west of the community of Cayuga. Only five miles from the Richland Chamber Reservoir, and less than a mile from the Wildlife Management Area and the Trinity River. Mostly oak flat, the property is filled almost entirely with native oak species of mid-maturity age classes, and the associated yaupons, elms, wildrye, and other vegetation common to the area. No floodplain per FEMA mapping. Several small pools of water, some appear permanent. Native game abounds in the region and on the property. This great property is easy to own, easy to access, and a seemingly great value for the investo
Tyler Jacobs Hall and Hall
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$4,650,000 666.42 acres
Winona, Texas 75792 - Smith County

Starr Mountain Ranch

Starr Mountain Ranch offers the future owner or investor a unique opportunity to enjoy one of the most beautiful and timeless properties in the region. Boasting the highest elevation in Smith county at 648 above mean sea level, the ranch benefits from tremendous views along the tops of the multiple ridgelines in nearly every direction and is accentuated by nearly 275 of elevation gain. The livestock improvements are exceptional, with new fencing around the entire boundary, and new cattle pens fed by nice traps and lane fences. The pastures vary from heavily wooded with cedar and oak, to mostly open and cleared, and multiple stock tanks are scattered across the property. If desired, there are several large lake sites that could be construct
Tyler Jacobs Hall and Hall
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$3,251,675 1,093 acres
Mason, Texas 76856 - Mason County

Oak Hills Ranch

This solid, attractive unit is located in northwest Mason County, in the northwest section of the famed Texas Hill Country, at the end of an all-weather, gravel county road and easement two miles north of TX Highway 29. Mason is becoming a prized address, and this land is above average quality for the area. Oak Hills is a combination ranching/recreational unit boasting 85% clay or loamy soils in oak/mesquite country known for producing large deer and flocks of turkey. The land is level to gently rolling, with a total elevation change of 150 feet, and has a nearly level field of 45+/- acres in the northwest corner. The ranch is bisected by a major drainage, Spring Branch, which flows large amounts of water in wet years, and is lined with
Dave Culver Hall and Hall
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$3,030,500 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
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