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Holt, Texas is located in the Northwest part of San Saba County and this ranch sits right off of FM 502. 316+/- acres of good ranching & hunting with access right on blacktop with rural water meter in place. If you are looking for a combination ranching, hunting, fishing ranch, don't miss this opportunity. Priced at $2,450/acre
Richalnd Creek Irrigated Farm
324+/- acres of good Richland Creek bottomland with water supplied by a strong irrigation well. The property is bordered by Richland Creek on the North and CR 204 on the South. Good fences & corrals and a barn make this a great stocker operation, or could fit any number of farm & ranch ventures. Come see what we mean. Priced at $2,950/acre
Richland Creek Farm
Looking for prime creek bottom productive property? Here is the ticket! 380+/- acres just east of Richland Springs, Texas bordering Richland Creek. Good, deep bottomland that is currently used for small grain farming and hay production. Strong irrigation well, barns, pens and a very nice 1630+/- sq. ft. brick home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths surrounded by huge Live Oak trees. Priced at $1,255,800 Can be divided
Pretty as a picture, an old saying that comes to mind when I first drove across the 316+/- acre tract of Live Oak, Post Oak and Mesquite rolling hill ranch in Northwest San Saba County. What a great place for hunting, its already high fenced completely! Ranching, recreational getaway or the ultimate place to build your dream home or lodge. Two dirt ponds plus a rural water meter supply your water needs, FM 502 supplies access right to your front gate. Heavy tree cover bordering your drive onto the ranch supplies the peaceful tranquility offered by this ranch. If this is what you've been looking for, run, don't walk to your vehicle of choice and get out here to see for yourself just what all the possibilities are!!
South Leon Valley Farm
137+/- acres in Southern Comanche Co. Wanting a little variety in your life? Well, this just might be the place for you! This spectactular ranch includes a nice 2/2 home, 2 large barns, scales, 7+ acre grape vineyard, 5 wells (30-40 gpm), 46+/- acres of cultivation and balance of acreage is a park like pasture with large trees. Some of the best deer hunting in the area can be found right here on this ranch! The grape vineyard already has a variety of grapes planted on 7+ acres and there is an additional 5+/- acres already under high fence just waiting to be planted. There is unlimited ground water on this small ranch and the owner has 100% of the minerals.
J & K Ranch
275+/- acres in McCulloch County. Just North of Brady and South of Brownwood offers great hunting and is very secluded. There is an older home that needs some TLC, that would make a good hunting cabin. It comes with rural water and electricity on the place. Minerals are negotiable. Come take a look!
160+/- acres located in NW San Saba County in Lakeview, TX. Absolutely the best combination small hunting/cattle ranch I know about in central Texas. It's approximately 40% deep sandy soils for coastal Bermuda or food plots and 60% Post Oak, Live Oak & mesquite that is home to an abundance of wildlife including deer, hogs, turkey & dove. I know this for a fact because my ranch joins this one on it's North side. This little ranch comes comfortably equipped with a cozy little 1200+/- sq. ft. 2 bedroom 1 bath lodge plus an attached one car or multiple ATV garage that overlooks part of the ranch. Priced right on the market for $2,995/acre - BETTER HURRY - places like this, priced like this don't last long!!
The stunning Agua Vista Ranch allows unbeatable convenience, located only 40 minutes from northwest Austin, and is easily accessible via the new 183A Toll Road. Due to the unique geography and vistas, this 660 acre ranch feels like 1000 acres. Agua Vista boasts excellent topography, ideal balance of heavy timber and cleared land, and a live spring fed creek that traverses the property and feeds into a rare 20-acre potential lake site. Caliche barrier soils have been identified near the dam site, providing for good lake construction. The thoughtfully chosen home site sits nestled on top of a hill with 15-20 mile views looking down the creek's valley and over the future lake. The newly constructed stone and metal gate entry welcomes your arrival and leads to well maintained roads that provide access to all areas of the property. These characteristics, including live water and convenience to the Austin metro area, make Agua Vista a unique and rare Central Texas game ranch.
730+/- acres in Runnels County. One of the very best hunting ranches in Texas. 1+/- miles of Colorado River frontage only 3 miles from Ballinger TX. The ranch has 240+/- acres of wheat, 20+/- acres of sunflowers, 1 barn, rural water, 1 small lake - 4+/- acres, and electricity all over the ranch. The very best in deer, turkey, duck and dove hunting you will find anywhere. Also will run several head of cattle. Owner/Agent
100+/- acres in Northwest San Saba County. Older home, 2 box cars, numerous Pecan trees, and 2 old sheds. This property also 3 ponds. Water and electricity are on the property. About 1/2 of property has Coastal Bermuda and Antelope creek is on the west side of the property.
Juanita Creek Ranch
1000+/- acres located in the TRUE center of Texas lying on either side of the McCulloch & San Saba County line. Approximately half way between Brady & Brownwood TX. This ranch is qualified with being both and excellent hunting ranch & cattle ranch. It comes complete with new fencing (game proof) & a new set of livestock corrals. The Austin stone entrance that proudly displays the ranch's name is a work of art in itself. The main body of the ranch consist of rolling Live Oak & Post Oak hills that slowly descends down into a fertile valley that runs along Juanita Creek which traverses the ranch from the South to the North. The ranch has been stocked with superior whitetail genetics from the Summit whitetail breeding operation plus several exotic species including gemsbok, blackbuck antelope, and axis deer. Maybe this sounds like the place for you and if it does.....give us a call & we will view it in person.
This ranch is located in San Saba and McCulloch Counties 4 miles North of US 190. It offers Live Oak covered hills on the West side and rich black fertile soil on the East side. Great deer and cattle country. It comes with a hunting cabin on the North end and a small home on the South end of the ranch. Electricity and water are in place on the ranch. Come see this beautiful ranch. Owner/agent.
Rough Branch Ranch
1000+/- acres - the last ranch left in San Saba County! That is, the last one left in San Saba County that is located on the south side of FM 765 and the North side of FM 502 as you leave San Saba & enter McCulloch County. Short and simple - If you are looking for a large high fenced game ranch in Central Texas, this is it! Stocked with $185,000 worth of Summit Whitetail genetics. Wall to wall cover consisting of Live Oak, Post Oak, Mesquite, Algerita & white brush. Deer, exotics, turkey, quail, dove & duck all watered by spring fed creeks & ponds. All this and it's not a bad cattle ranch either. Adjacent additional property available. Call us for a tour! Or take our video tour, it is the next best thing to being there! P.S. and just when you thought it couldn't get any better, you find out this ranch also includes a small tract of land consisting of Colorado River frontage only 2 miles away. No kiddin, you've got to see it to believe it!
Wild Cow Branch Ranch
427+/- acres on the San Saba/McCulloch County line. Great hunting property. Deer & turkey are abundant. Live Oak, Post Oak & Mesquite. One spring and 3 tanks as well as one water well. Small hunting cabin. High fenced on three sides.
Richland Creek Ranch
168+/-on Richland Creek. Huge manicured liveoak and pecan trees make this a one of a kind property. Lots of turkey and squirrels. 90+/-acres of cultivation.
This ranch has it all with 1120 acres of diverse terrain outside of Cherokee. For someone wanting hunting, grazing and/or crop land, this place has plenty of everything with hilltops, pasture and bottomland. There is an abundance of wildlife of every kind. There are huge live oaks, cedar, bee brush and over 1000 pecan trees. Water is abundant here with four good wells in addition to an artesian well, spring fed creeks and two tanks. Good water can be found at 125 feet with two areas utilizing Windmills. Three creeks traverse the ranch two of which are spring fed. Cherokee creek runs 2 miles +-, Buffalo Creek runs 1/2 mile +- and Jackson Branch runs a 1/4 mile +-. This land has been in the same family since 1938 so there are two older homes in addition to the old home place. There is also a new 3000 sq. ft. +- hunting lodge. Close to the homes are several outbuildings, large hay barns, stalls and pens. Several RV hookups are located throughout the ranch with water and electricity already run to them. This area has had human activity for many centuries. This is great combo ranch for hunting, ranching and/or recreation. Minerals are negotiable.
205+/- acres in southern Coleman County that features numerous home sites that include views for miles and miles. The landscape consists of Live Oak & Mesquite that harbors all kinds of wildlife including deer, turkey, dove, quail & feral hogs. The ranch is currently in use for livestock production and includes a good set of corrals. It is bordered on the west side by US Hwy 283 and on the north by CR 256 insuring good access from a number of different locations. If you are looking for a place to settle down & build a home, do a little hunting & fishing, or maybe wrangle a few horses or cows - this could be the one for you! Come let us give you a tour!
Southern San Saba Solitude
Okay! You've been calling us - asking for rolling hills with views, lots of Oak trees, blacktop frontage with your own water well, all of that just minutes from town but still quiet and secluded! Is that all?? How about numerous home sites, your own pond to support wildlife and livestock all neatly packaged on 107+/- acres! Just 8 miles south of San Saba on Hwy 16. Come take a look to see what we mean! Priced at $3,700/acre
The Poor Farm
1400+/- acres in Eastern McCulloch County - located in the Richland Valley. Great combination ranch for ranching, hunting & fishing. Good deep soils on most of the ranch - grows lots of rich forage that in turn produces tons of beef. There is also 265+/- acres of some of the best cultivated soil in the Central Texas area. 7 different large ponds make this ranch a waterfowl and dove hunting dream. Watch our video & then come take a look at what we are talking about.
Capital M Cattle Ranch
450+/- acre cattle and hunting ranch in Eastern McCulloch and Western San Saba County. 100+/- acres of rich dark Richland Valley soil. Good to new fences all across the ranch. County road frontage with electricity and rural water already on site. Can be combined with an additional 160+/- acres. Come see for yourself.
Cotton Belt Ranch
338+/- acres in San Saba County. This is a beautiful ranch with Coastal Bermuda and native pasture. This property has 4 tanks, co-op water and electricity which makes it perfect for deer, turkey, quail hunting and as a cattle operation. It is surrounded on the north and east by county roads. Come take a look.
160+/- acres in San Saba County. Here is a great little hunting place with everything ready to go. The property has an older mobile home and a large (eighteen wheeler type) trailer for storage. A concrete slab is in place ready to build on. A small storage building with a portico. This place is 160 acres +/-. with varying terrain from East to West. The Western end is gently rolling with great cover, and the East End has a heavily covered hill. There are four tanks on the property and rural water supplies potable water. At the Eastern half of the property is a 25 acre field perfect for a food plot or coastal hay. This property provides variation in terrain and vegetation for great hunting and/or livestock production. This is a "has it all" recreational property a good price.
McCulloch County Livestock Ranch
415+/- acres in McCulloch County. Hi folks, my name is Ricky McKinnerney and obviously I'm a realtor that sells farms and ranches in Central Texas. What you may not know is that I'm also a farmer and rancher in this area and as I was viewing this ranch, I caught myself smiling alot because I know the sweat and tears it takes to carve out a piece of raw land and bring it up to be the productive entity that this ranch was and still can be. Just needs a little TLC, to bring back the shine. If you talk my language, come see what I mean! This is a turn key operation designed with the serious rancher in mind.