• Upshur County, Texas
    Naturally preserved hunting and recreational tract boasting 2,597 ac of hardwood bottoms, crystal clear creeks, numerous sloughs, large oxbow lake, and close to 8 miles of Sabine River frontage. Incomparable hunting for whitetail deer, hogs, and waterfowl exists in this strategically crafted and preserved habitat featuring the owners longterm management of the wildlife and habitat being exhibited at every turn while winding through the woods. Numerous established food plots and feeding stations add to the health of the whitetail herd and draw them out of the surrounding shroud of massive hardwoods and palmetto thickets. Duck hunting on the many
    2,597± acres
  • Stephens County, Texas
    Nestled off CR 187, just south of Breckenridge, TX 76424 in Stephens County sits part history, The Chesley Ranch aka Long Creek Ranch, family owned since mid 1900's, this 2058.6 acre property was once part of 25,000 acres owned by the Chesley, O'Connor and Moreland families. Rarely does a ranch with this much history become available to the public. The ranch consists of 2058.6 acres with good access off CR 187, there is also access of CR 190 through CR 195(see aerial). The ranch is heavily rolling with an abundance of elevation changes going up to 1450'
    2,058± acres
  • Navarro County, Texas
    Rare opportunity to purchase 2,000 +/- acre property within 90 minutes of Dallas, Fort Worth, and Waco, Texas. In addition to prime location, the Richland Creek Ranch offers multiple utilization's, with exceptional recreational and hunting opportunities, pastures filled with native grasses for grazing, and several home-site locations with picturesque views. With 1.6 miles of paved Farm to Market road frontage, investment opportunities exist as well. Several creeks traverse the property along with 12+ ponds, the largest being 5+ acres with Florida bass. Contact us today for a private showing and information on how you can experience more of
    2,000± acres
  • San Augustine County, Texas
    Terrific opportunity for a smart land investor. This 1691 acre property is in San Augustine County, just South West of the historic community of San Augustine, TX 75972. The tract has road frontage on FM 1751 as well as a couple county roads that run through the tract. The timber has a long history of professional management and the Loblolly Pine plantations vary in age from 1 year old to nearly 30 years old. The road system is excellent and a community water system is located on the property. Besides timber, there is excellent habitat for whitetail deer, hogs, and
    1,690.81± acres
  • Young County, Texas
    Where the horizon meets the heart is where you will find this cattlemans and hunters dream. Located on S Furr Rd in Young County near Newcastle, TX 76370, this 1580 ranch is perfect for both cattle and outfitting operations. Travel the gravel road from the entrance to the homestead and take in the beauty that has been bestowed upon this land. The 3,695 sq ft homestead is nestled in the far northeastern corner of the ranch offering seclusion and privacy. The home has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an outdoor fireplace on the rear patio, and an in-ground pool. The
    1,580± acres
  • Under Contract
    Kaufman County, Texas
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Longtime cattle ranch less than an hour from Dallas provides the perfect urban escape with both cattle ranching, hay production, hunting, and river access. The ranch features sandy loam hilltops strewn with large oaks and pecan trees rolling down into the grassy river bottom pastures which can carry 250-300 head of cattle comfortably with rotational grazing. Whitetail deer call the ranch home and there's a seemingly endless supply of feral hogs to provide year round hunting. The waterfowl hunting for duck and geese can be phenomenal and with some additional management could be enhanced. Beautiful trails along Buffalo
    1,346± acres
  • Mills County, Texas
    Offering the west pasture of the C Bar Ranch in Mills County, TX. The West is a 1000 +/- acre low fenced pasture of the once 10,000 working C Bar Ranch. A densely covered yet diverse featured property has the established makings to be a show place! Gentle rolling elevation covered with cedar, live oak, elm and mesquite hold an abundance of wildlife with shallow drainage's into several small dirt dam tanks. Competitively priced for the needed brush management and surface water overhaul. The pasture has two deep wells and coop electric nearby along the Mills County Road 427
    1,000± acres
  • Under Contract
    Mills County, Texas
    South and Windmill Pastures of the C Bar Ranch.
    1,000± acres
  • Edwards County, Texas
    Priced to sell!!! Nueces Headwaters Ranch, 663 acres turnkey hunting retreat, Edwards Co. Features include: Excellent hunting for whitetail deer, turkey, several species of exotics, feral hogs, etc. 1,200 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home with back porch Blinds and feeders convey Four 30' shipping containers Skinning Rack Perimeter fenced Scenic views Elevation changes from 2,200' - 2360' Agricultural valuation for property tax purposes Easy access from US-377 on improved easement road 1,140' caliche airstrip (not currently usable) Offered at only $1,050,000 ($1,581/acre). Shown by appointment only. Call Rick Fairchild at 214-728-0167
    664± acres


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