5-Mile Crossing

Posted on: April 25th, 2018 by Tyler Wright

Located 5 miles East of Menard on FM 2092 along the San Saba River. owner/broker

– One water well with submersible pump
– Approx 3,300 ft of river frontage
– Hundreds of large pecan trees
– One nice size hole of water and other good fishing holes along this property.
– Electric is on the property
– There is more property available to the south! Call FMI

This property is very easy to access from paved FM 2092. Lots of wildlife and excellent fishing/kayaking along the San Saba River!

Bird Hollow Creek 151

Posted on: April 25th, 2018 by Brady Anders

Overview: This diverse 151 acres sits in NE Gillespie County on the Austin side of the Willow City Loop and North of the Cave Creek area making it accessible from US 281 or from Fredericksburg. This tract conveys long distance views, a spring fed creek, good tree cover and this property is ready for your building plans.

Land: The tract offers impressive views to the North/Northeast of hills in Llano County. Hardwoods dominate the creek bottom with post oak, live oak and cedar elm trees being the dominant cover. Recent cedar clearing and burning has opened up the property while also preserving sufficient cover for the wildlife. A pipe front entry with custom front gate greet you as you enter the property. New granite & caliche based roads provide all weather access to and from the property. Elevation ranges are from 1,455 to 1,656.

Water: Spring fed Bird Hollow Creek flows through the property with roughly 2,000 +/- feet of frontage. Recent clearing along the creek bottom has exposed rock outcroppings and pools of water. A new water well was drilled and CTEC electricity currently being run to well & building location.

Financial/Title: Seller will provide basic title insurance and existing survey (April 2017). The property maintains Ag Exemption with cattle grazing lease with neighbor.

Beautiful Creek Bottom, Long-Range Views -Tract 4 – The Ranches at Oniontop

Posted on: April 25th, 2018 by Dave Murray

The Ranches at Oniontop: Located deep in the heart of the famed Texas Hill Country, is situated between Lampasas, Lometa, and Adamsville, Texas. The Ranches at Oniontop are ideal for recreation, hunting, or a reidence in close proximity to major cities, only 1.5 hours from Austin. The views of the surrounding rolling hills are some of the best weve seen in all of Lampasas County. The tracts have excellent tree cover for wildlife. Endless hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, wild pigs, birds, and other small game.

POTENTIAL USE: Hunting, recreation, cattle, off-roading, full-time residence, etc.

WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, Rio-Grande turkey, wild pigs, duck, dove, bobcat, coyote and other species native to the Texas Hill Country.

LOCATION: The ranch is just NW of Lampasas, only 15 minutes to town. 1 hr 10 mins to Georgetown/Round Rock, and 1.5 hours to Austin.

TOPOGRAPHY: Rolling terrain, nearly 150ft of varied elevation change.

WATER: There is a seasonal creek that runs from the front of the property across the ranch to the back corner. There are also 3 tanks with potential for additional and larger tanks/ponds along the creek and drainage.

UTILITIES: Co-op waterline at county road. Water wells can be drilled. Electricity nearby.

Incredible Views, Pond, Big Oak Trees – Tract 7 – The Ranches at Oniontop

Posted on: April 25th, 2018 by Dave Murray

The Ranches at Oniontop: Located deep in the heart of the famed Texas Hill Country, is situated between Lampasas, Lometa, and Adamsville, Texas. The Ranches at Oniontop are ideal for recreation, hunting, or a reidence in close proximity to major cities, only 1.5 hours from Austin. The views of the surrounding rolling hills are some of the best weve seen in all of Lampasas County. The tracts have excellent tree cover for wildlife. Endless hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, wild pigs, birds, and other small game.

POTENTIAL USE: Hunting, recreation, cattle, off-roading, full-time residence, etc.

WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, Rio-Grande turkey, wild pigs, duck, dove, bobcat, coyote and other species native to the Texas Hill Country.

LOCATION: The ranch is just NW of Lampasas, only 15 minutes to town. 1 hr 10 mins to Georgetown/Round Rock, and 1.5 hours to Austin.

TOPOGRAPHY: Rolling terrain, nearly 150ft of varied elevation change.

WATER: 1 tank.

UTILITIES: Co-op waterline at county road. Water wells can be drilled. Electricity nearby.

Cypress River Ranch (Medina River)

Posted on: April 24th, 2018 by Swope Louie

The Cypress River Ranch is a beautiful 304 acre live water ranch that features the cypress lined, crystal clear Medina River located just outside of Bandera, Texas. The spring fed Medina River offers gorgeous scenery along with abundant recreational opportunities such as wade fishing, kayaking, floating and swimming. Cypress River Ranch is also comprised of grass prairie land that is scattered with large sprawling oak trees throughout the ranch. A 3,900 sqft rock home overlooking a pasture is present on the ranch along with two smaller guest houses. With frontage on highway 16; an accommodating and beautiful, accessible river frontage and only minutes from the town of Bandera, this property would be perfect for a recreational buyer or an investor.

WILDLIFE: The ranch is home to an abundance of native wildlife including whitetail deer, axis deer, turkey, dove and hogs. The river has a healthy population of largemouth bass, sunfish, bluegill and catfish.

WATER: The major water feature the ranch has to offer is the Medina River. The entire river frontage is very accessible. This crystal clear rock bottom river makes for the perfect hill country swimming hole. In addition, the ranch also has two small tanks.

TERRAIN: Cypress River Ranch has a rolling to relatively flat terrain. The ranch is covered with towering oak trees throughout, featuring a large number of live oak and post oak trees. The rolling prairies of grass with the large oak trees make for pretty vistas.

IMPROVEMENTS: The ranch has three homes on the property. The main house is a 3,900 square foot rock home that was built in 1952. The house is very well constructed but is in need of some updates. The other two guest homes are 1,130 sqft and 768 sqft.

WELLS: The ranch has three water wells.

Little Brushy Creek Ranch

Posted on: April 24th, 2018 by Matt Mann

Location: This ranch is located only 1.5 hours southwest of Houston in Lavaca and DeWitt Counties. It is approximately 15 miles E of Yoakum, 20 miles N of Victoria, and 30 miles SW of Hallettsville. The ranch has 2,300 feet of frontage on CR 271 (Horseshoe Rd). Most of the ranch lies in Lavaca County; approximately 13 acres is in DeWitt County.

Vegetation: Approximately 65% of the ranch is covered in hundreds of beautiful, huge live oaks and post oaks. There are also many big sycamores, elms, and a few big cedars along Little Brushy Creek. Approximately 35% of the ranch is in mesquite. The native brush is typical of the Texas coastal plains, with yaupon and beauty berry.

Terrain: The terrain ranges from bottomlands to gently rolling country. There are 50+ feet of elevation changes. Little Brushy Creek traverses through the ranch for 1 mile, and holds water year round, providing excellent habitat for wildlife in the bottoms. Some of the ranch lies in the 100 year floodplain along the creek. The ranch primarily has sandy loam soils throughout, with darker soils in the lower areas. Annual rainfall for the area averages 40 inches per year.

Hunting: The ranch offers wonderful habitat to all kinds of wildlife. There are white-tail deer, turkey, hogs, and dove. Also, this area is well-known for its duck and geese hunting in the winter months. The house pond is stocked with bass.

Water: There is approximately 1 mile of both sides of Little Brushy Creek, which holds crystal clear water year round, with several natural swimming holes. There are 2 ponds, each over an acre in size. There are 2 water wells, one is equipped with a submergible pump servicing the house, and one is currently not in use, but has been tested and is a good well.

Improvements: A very nice barndominium is situated overlooking one of the ponds. It has 2,700 sq ft of living space, with 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms, open concept living/dining/kitchen area, and huge back porch with a stone firepit, overlooking the stocked house pond and fishing dock. The barndominium has stained concrete flooring in the main areas and carpet in the bedrooms, granite countertops, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, Scotsman 300 lb. ice maker with bin, and many large windows that fill the home with natural light. The master bath has a huge walk-in closet, whirlpool tub, and walk-in shower. There is an attached barn/storage area of approximately 1,200 sf with roll up doors on each side, and an attached covered carport. To the back of the bardominium, there is a well house and covered game cleaning station with electric winches. The perimeter fencing and interior cross fencing are in good condition. There are 4 hunting blinds and 4 feeders that will convey with the sale.

Minerals: Seller does own some minerals, and may convey with an acceptable offer. There is one producing gas well on the ranch.

Price: $6,750/acre. Cash at closing.

The information contained herein was supplied by sources believed to be accurate. Provider makes no representation as to the accuracy of the information contained herein and therefore assumes no liability for accuracy thereof. All terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. Property is subject to removal from marketplace without notice.

Pendleton Point Ranch

Posted on: April 23rd, 2018 by Brady Anders

Pendleton Point Ranch lies in the scenic, rolling terrain of northern Blanco County centrally located between Fredericksburg, Austin, and San Antonio. The crown jewels of this ranch are the commanding, 360 degree panoramic views of the gorgeous Texas Hill Country offered by its majestic hills. Originally a component of the Glen Grote Ranch, this property has been completely restored and improved over the last two years with the creation of beautiful water features and extensive habitat improvements.

Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is a scenic 30-minute drive from the front gate. Central Austin is a 50-minute drive via US-281 & TX-71 and San Antonio is 1.5 hours away via US-281. The ranch sits along the north line of RR 1323 in Blanco County with 5,700' or 1.08 miles of road frontage.

The area is comprised of larger-sized recreational and ranching tracts with no development properties in sight. The property is surrounded by large ranches, the most prominent being the West Ranch at 8,624 ac along the northern boundary. The West Ranch is the largest, privately-owned contiguous ranch in Blanco County. Along the west boundary lies Grote family property which totals 634 ac and along the east boundary lies Sultemeier country totaling 1,813 ac. Across RR 1323 to the south lies a 778-ac high-fenced recreational hunting ranch.

Primary Ponds
At the heart of this ranch is a ribbon of continuous water, 0.35 miles long, featuring two prominent impoundments along the primary creek that runs north-south through the property. The first pond is 2.00 ac in size, is 40' deep at full pool, and is fed by a natural, year-round spring. The second pond was enlarged, deepened, and a cascading, granite & sandstone-rock overflow was added in the center of the dam. This pond is approximately 1.10 ac in size and is 18' deep at full pool. Three intermediate-sized pools that are 10-12' deep which water can flow through, were also constructed and connect the first and second ponds. Both primary ponds have been sealed with 2-3' of clay and each dam was constructed with a 10-12' wide clay core.

Seasonal Creeks & Secondary Ponds
In addition to the primary creek where the water features lie, there are two other seasonal creeks which traverse the property. In the SW quad of the ranch, a sandstone-lined seasonal creek runs west-east for approximately 3,560'. Roughly in the middle of this drainage, a small 0.50 ac pond was constructed in a private, secluded area.

The other seasonal creek lies in the SE quad of the ranch and runs for roughly 2,580'. This drainage system originates on Sultemeier country to the east and extends all the way to the south property boundary. Although no water impoundments have been constructed along this drainage, multiple pools of water can be found during wet periods at various points along the way. There is potential to create additional water features along either of these seasonal creeks.
There is also a small stock pond that sits below Pendleton Point that catches water seeping out of the hill during periods when the water table is at capacity.

Water Wells
A new water well, located in the NW quad of the ranch near Pendleton Point was drilled in June 2017. The well was drilled to a depth of 423', hitting water at 262' with a yield of 25 GPM. Given the high elevation of the well head, water could be gravity fed to anywhere on the property.
There is also an existing windmill well that sits in the center of the ranch. According to information etched into the concrete pad at the wellhead, the well was drilled on May 4, 1956, is 100' deep, reaches water at 55', and produces 5 GPM. The mechanics of the windmill have been refurbished and are in good working order.

Pendleton Point Ranch exemplifies what a well-managed, diverse Texas Hill Country ranch should be. From the south boundary to roughly the middle of the property, the habitat consists of a slowly rising Post Oak Savannah, interspersed with Post Oak, Live Oak, Elm, and numerous natural openings. With deep, granite-based sandy loam soils, these openings would be ideal for the addition of seasonal food plots for the deer herd and other wildlife.

The mid-section of the ranch, where the water features lie is a beautiful valley, dotted with Live Oak, Texas Persimmon, and native grasses, tucked below the two towering hills that sit on the north end of the property. The owner has carefully groomed the areas around the water creating a private, park-like feel.
The upper-section of the ranch is dominated by two impressive hills that provide beautiful views of the valley and water below. Pendleton Point, which sits in the NW corner area of the property, is an ideal spot for a pergola with a fire pit to enjoy sunsets and panoramic views. The NE quad of the ranch, with its Spanish Oak and Ashe Juniper dotted hills, has been largely left untouched, except for a few new UTV trails. The owner intentionally left this area in its natural state to provide a sanctuary area for wildlife. The elevation ranges from a low of 1,450' along the south boundary to 1,780' at the summit of Pendleton Point.

The ranch hosts a robust white-tailed deer herd that has been lightly hunted over the last three years. The property has also been supplemented with Axis Deer (3 bucks & 7 does), Blackbuck Antelope (3 bucks & 15 does), and Aoudad Sheep (2 rams & 7 ewes).

Fencing, Gates, & Power
The entirety of the ranchs boundary is high-fenced (8') and is less than 1-year old. Corners, entrances, and low-water crossings are constructed of 3 & 4" steel pipe. The front gate providing access from RR 1323 is electric with a combination keypad for security. There is an additional gate providing access to RR 1323 at the SW corner of the ranch that is not electric. Power provided by Pedernales Electric Co-op (PEC) has been extended into the property for a short distance at the SW corner. There are no unsightly power lines running across the ranch.

One of the benefits of a large ranch is the variety and abundance of natural resources it provides. In the case of Pendleton Point Ranch, rich, red granite gravel sourced from the property was used to create a 3.4-mile primary road system that is built-up 18-48". Additionally, 2.5-miles of secondary roads were created to provide access to many hidden, out-of-the-way spots.

Pendleton Point Ranch is a spectacular blank canvas ranch in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. With an incredibly diverse and properly managed ecosystem, this is the kind of ranch that does not come along very often. Its combination of beautiful scenery, sculpted habitat, abundant water, and outstanding location are truly second to none.

River Valley Ranch

Posted on: April 23rd, 2018 by Davidson Charles

The stunning Pedernales River valley between Cypress Mill and Johnson City is one of the most idyllic areas in our Texas Hill Country. River Valley Ranch, by all measures, represents the best this area has to offer. With its 1.3 miles of unspoiled river frontage, including a 20 acre natural lake with cascading runs on each end of it, rolling terrain, native grasses, majestic trees, diverse habitat, wildlife and unobstructed views that go on forever, this ranch is ready for its next steward. Less than 20 miles from the Hill Country Galleria, River Valley Ranch is an absolute escape from the crowds in one of the most peaceful settings that can be found in the Texas Hill Country.

The owners of the River Valley Ranch chose to donate a Conservation Easement on this fabulous property to protect the unique ecological values along the Pedernales River Valley for future owners and heirs to enjoy the quiet solitude it offers. Thousands of acres in on this part of the Pedernales have Conservation Easements which ensure that much of the area will remain in its natural state and be an oasis of nature close to rapidly developing Austin. As owner of the property you would be part of one of the largest conservation neighborhoods in Texas.

Note: This past week I went down to the river on the ranch to get some new late evening photos. After settling down on a boulder overlooking the river, I was struck by how quiet this ranch truly is. For an hour the only indication that any people existed was only the occasional jet flying over at 35,000 feet. One cannot hear any road noise, motors, nothing. The only thing to be heard was the background of mourning dove, bass crashing bait on the river, and the occasional turkey gobble. To believe that I was less than an hour from downtown Austin was unimaginable. The advantage of being within a "Conservation Neighborhood" was brought home.

Location: The ranch is located about 4 miles southwest of the town of Cypress Mill on paved Cypress Mill Road. The ranch is located 7 miles northeast of Johnson City and 30 miles west of Austin. Access to great shopping, golf courses and dining is close by, if one actually has any desire to leave the ranch.

Habitat: The ranch location is along the eastern front of the Edwards Plateau and is dominated by rolling terrain of native bunch grasses such as little bluestem and blue grama. Wooded areas consist of post oaks and live oaks, with some ashe junipers and mesquites mixed in with the oaks as well as sycamore, elm, and hackberry trees. Along the river, there are cypress, pecans and ash trees. Stands of thicker brush can be found in the under story of the trees in many areas, particularly along the multiple creeks and drainages winding down to the river.

Most of the land has desirable sandy loam soils with mixed limestone outcrops. The majority of the property is very usable, with gently rolling hills that are easily accessible. The ranch owners have not grazed the ranch for years and the cover of native grasses is extensive and in excellent condition.

Wildlife: The ranch is teeming with white-tailed deer, turkey, dove and some quail plus some feral hogs. Being kept in a natural state over the years, hunting is excellent and has been limited to just family and friends.

Improvements: There are no permanent structures on the ranch except for one small old barn. There are numerous roads on the ranch that are both paved and caliche covered. The perimeter fencing is in excellent condition. Several good caliche pits are on the ranch for internal use. There are also several electric service lines running through the property that allow easy access in multiple areas.

Water: This ranch sits over a very good aquifer and has excellent groundwater. Currently there are five water wells on the property, with two in operation. There are 1.3 miles of frontage of the Pedernales River on the ranch and it is all very accessible. The top of end of the river on the ranch and the lower area are primarily rocky outcrops with flowing water over small waterfalls and rapids. The center of the river run is dominated by Lake Lester, a 20-acre area that is deep and wide providing excellent recreational opportunities. This section of river sees very limited river traffic due to lack of nearby public accessibility

Conservation Easement: This ranch has a Conservation Easement on it to protect the property in its natural state. Being a negotiated easement, it is landowner friendly, while protecting the conservation values of the property and includes some notable aspects summarized below:

The ranch may be split in up to seven separate ranches. Each ranch may develop their own building envelope. This could also be created to have six ranches with a common area river frontage enjoyed by the up to six ranches.

Cattle may be grazed with a qualified grazing plan, and horses are allowed as well.

Current roads may all be maintained and new roads maybe built to access any new building envelopes. There are several caliche pits on the property, which may be used for road upkeep.

No restrictions on hunting and fishing, blind placement, etc. and food plots are allowed.

A copy of the easement document is available on request.

Electricity: Electricity is found at various places throughout the ranch.

Property Taxes: The property is currently taxed at 1-d-1 (Open Space) Agricultural Use valuation (under Wildlife Management), where applicable.

Minerals: The owners believe they own some minerals, which will transfer with the sale of the ranch. The exact amount is unknown.

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Hunting Land, joins 510,000 acre Waggoner Ranch!

Posted on: April 22nd, 2018 by Byars Beau

The Busy B Ranch in Wilbarger County, Texas has 643 +/- acres, and is located just a few miles from the town of Electra, approximately 1/3 of a mile off of Highway 287. With roughly 80% in native pasture and 20% in cultivation, it the perfect mix for hunting. The ranch joins the historic 510,000+ acre Waggoner Ranch along its whole south side; with no hunting pressure on the north, east, or south sides, and management minded neighbors on the west, the Busy B is perfect for growing monster bucks!


The seller owns and/or manages around 3,500 acres of land in this county, including land on the Red River, but says he sees more wildlife on this ranch than any of his other properties! This ranch joins the northern Grayback Pasture of the famed 510,000 acre Waggoner Ranch for a full mile along its south side. The Grayback Pasture is known for its big bodied deer and high wildlife numbers and has no hunting on it. The property on the east side is 1,222 acres large and is owned by Mobil Oil Corp; it has no hunting on it either. On the west side are 320 acre and 160 acre tracts; the south 320 acre is mostly a large wheat field, and it's not abnormal to see 200+ deer grazing on it during the wintertime. This 320 acres is hunted but they are trophy-only hunters. The property to the north is 498 acres and has little to no hunting on it too. (See map in photo gallery for Busy B ranch neighbors.)

Since 2002, three bucks have been taken that scored over 200" B & C; the neighbor took a 180" class buck just last year in 2017. 140-150" class bucks are common here. The property has four food plots on it (22, 8, 2, and 1 acre in size) and numerous smaller plots, plus a 107 acre wheat field on its north end. The food plots were all sewed last year with a mixture of wheat, milo, and millet; the field was sewn in wheat only. The large 22 acre plot (with the six acre watershed) and the 107 acre field are fenced off separately so you can control how cattle graze these areas. Seven spin corn feeders and one large trough protein feeder provide year around feed to supplement the crops. The land was formerly enrolled in the MLD (Managed Lands Deer) program from 2002 to 2015 but is no longer under its restrictions.

Lots of other game will be found here as well, including feral hog, javelina, bobcat, coyote, Rio Grande turkey, and bobwhite quail! A large six acre watershed by the 22 acre food plot attracts hundreds of ducks and geese during the winter, and theres always dove hunting in the fall. Sandhill crane and have been seen on the ranch as well. Five other water tanks are scattered across the ranch, some of which were dug out in the last few years.

In 2012, during the peak of the regional drought, the big tank went dry. The owner used that opportunity to dig it out and plant a waterfowl feed mixture in it, from which he still see benefits. This mixture included wheat, winter rye, millet, milo, and Illinois bumbleflower, and is one of the reasons the property attracts so many annual ducks and geese in the winter!

The ranch has several tower blinds on it, two of which are big enough to sleep in! The two large ones are basically small storage buildings that were raised up ten feet in the air. They are situated where you can see deer moving from any direction, across the fields and pastures. Other than a couple of deer blinds that are on trailers, the owner will convey all hunting related improvements with the sale.


The land is primarily covered in thick mesquite trees, with native grasses. The soils in the fields are clay based and best suited to grow winter wheat, but one of the food plots that is sandier has been planted in alfalfa before. The ranch is easy to get around, as there are interior roads going all through it. The perimeter is fenced with barbed wire fences, with pipe corners and metal t-posts and is in very good condition. The ranch can carry 25 cows year around.

The owner currently has the ranch leased to a neighboring farmer who sews the fields in winter wheat and runs stockers on the property. For his part, the owner receives 1/3 of any harvested crops and 1/3 of the gain on the cattle.


Just off the county road on the north side of the ranch is the headquarters, where two trailer houses, an equipment barn, and set of pipe working pens are. This whole area has gravel, as does the road coming in from the front entrance gate. The main trailer house is one open space and comes furnished with bunkbeds and couches and can sleep six; a small kitchenette is in the corner and there is a wood burning stove as well. It has a metal carport over it and a covered porch, which creates a great area cook and hang out. A separate bathroom, with shower, toilet, and sink, can be accessed from the porch. The owner uses a 1,000 gallon black poly tank to run the bathroom facilities, which he hauls water to fill up. Portable water tanks for transporting water from Vernon to the ranch will be included with the sale. This area has no underground water and there isn't a rural water line close, so other than bringing it in like the owner does, you would need to build a rain collection system off the roof to store water here.

An additional trailer is on sight underneath the barn lean-to. It is very clean, has two bedrooms, a small kitchen, and a bathroom with septic, but it is not hooked up to the water system.

The barn measures 30' x 50' and has a wood frame, metal siding, and concrete floor. It has two tall roll-up doors, so you can easily pull vehicles, etc. into it, and there's plenty of room for parking ATVs. A 20' storage container is on site too, for storing feed. A set of pipe cattle pens and a small horse shed are by the headquarters too.


The owner doesn't own any mineral rights, and there is production on roughly 1/3 of the property. The oil company accesses the ranch from the adjoining property on the east, so they never use the main ranch entrance off of the public road where the headquarters is. Per the owner, the oil wells don't affect the deer hunting on the property, as they have been here so long that the animals are accustomed to it. This part of the ranch is more used for cattle grazing.




It's not very often that such a superb deer hunting property comes available in Wilbarger County, especially not one that joins the Waggoner Ranch. For more information on this property, contact agent Benjamin Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940.

Ten Mile Creek | 736 Ac

Posted on: April 21st, 2018 by Flack Andy

Approximately $1,100/Ac Timber Value!
Extreme recreation! Mixed woods & topography. Upland pine plantation & mature timber to bottom land creek, slew, & flooded timber.
Deer, waterfowl & more! Adjoins the Big Thicket National Preserve. Historically managed timberland. Internal woods roads & pipelines for access.