345 Acres | Edwards County
Own a piece of a historical cattle ranch! The LBL ranch offers raw beauty with plenty of wide open hill-country views.
6 to 12 Acres | Kendall County
161.96 Acres | Kerr County
Hilltop views with numerous home sites overlooking Kerrville in the heart of the Texas Hill Country.
727.4 Acres | Kimble County
Live Water Bear Creek Ranch features 727 low-fenced acres in Kimble County. Crystal-clear Bear Creek flows through the southwest corner with 1.5 miles of paved road frontage and only 15 minutes to Junction, TX. Property is cross fenced with great native grass for cattle. Extensive Cedar removal allows large oaks to flourish throughout property. There is a 2,600+/- Sq. Ft. Barn-dominium which provides living area as well as equipment storage in a dry climate controlled environment. There is also one well on the property along with pump from Bear Creek.
700 Acres | Real County
Perhaps some of the most quality hunting/recreational land available in Real County with thick live oaks, lush grass, fertile soil, and fantastic game.
1500 Acres | Edwards County
Perhaps some of the most quality hunting/recreational land available in Edwards County with thick live oaks, lush grass, fertile soil, and fantastic game.
105.17 Acres | Kerr County
Two family tracts totaling 105.17+/- acres being sold together at the legendary YO Ranchlands. The Ranchlands provides excellent year-round hunting and wildlife viewing in the game managed 10,000 acre high fenced area which was once part of the Schreiner's YO Ranch.
200.82 Acres | Kimble County
Beautiful cedar cleared 200 acres with electricity and water well, perfect for hunters seeking Native Texas wildlife. Paved road frontage ranch is loaded with hardwoods and has multiple build sites for taking advantage of the hill-country views.
33.01 Acres | Medina County
33 acres, two ponds, excellent dove, turkey and deer hunting. There is a 1-½ horsepower electric water well on site, no restrictions, no easements, and private entrance. This property has development potential! The north end is heavily wooded area loaded with wildlife.