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AquaPlus Equine Center

Posted on: January 21st, 2022 by Grothaus Sheldon

Turnkey hunting and equestrian ranch on 105 acres just north of Victoria, Texas. The property has frontage on both Highway 77 and Willow Creek Ranch Road. The ranch is a little over 30 miles from Goliad and just 40 minutes from Port Lavaca and the Texas Coast. San Antonio can be reached in about two hours.

A gravel ranch road leads directly to a stunning home of approximately 5,300 square-feet on two levels. Built in 2019, the home has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half-bathrooms. The house is complete with a game room and bar upstairs as well as a spacious covered patio, an outdoor kitchen and well-manicured landscaping surrounding the home, which is maintained by a sprinkler system.

Near the home, there is an expansive horse rehabilitation facility with numerous horse stables, a free swim straight pool, an underwater treadmill, a cold saltwater spa, and an office and kitchen space; making it fully equipped to operate as commercial facility from day one. There is also a large riding pad, a 6-horse freestyle panel walker, and a second barn with additional horse stalls.

The acreage is low fenced with a mix of open pastures and scattered brush cover. The land has been maintained for horses with the opportunity and space for hunting as well. There is one pond on the property and two wells provide water to the improvements.

AquaPlus Equine Center is highly improved with endless options to be used commercially as a business property or as a personal ranch for hunting and recreation.

Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales, LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.

Kimble | Bear Hollow Ranch | N of Junction

Posted on: January 21st, 2022 by Hoerster Ken

DESCRIPTION
Newly listed, the Bear Hollow Ranch is secluded amongst one large ranch and only has two neighbors. This 1,363 +/- acre ranch features plentiful hardwoods that dot the pastures, and the terrain offers exceptional long-range views. The owner has owned the ranch for many years and has managed and taken care of the ranch over the years.

LOCATION
Located 10 +/- miles from Junction, 25 +/- miles from Menard, 55 +/- miles from Sonora, 58 +/- from Kerrville, 115 +/- miles from San Antonio, and 135 +/- miles from Austin.

LAND
The ranch features an element of seclusion with long-range views. There are two creeks, one of which is dammed creating a picturesque setting. Bear Creek is located along the western boundary of the ranch. Plentiful hardwoods are prevalent throughout the ranch offering good cover.

IMPROVEMENTS
Situated on the property is a 3/2 house, bunkhouse, and several barns. The property perimeter is fenced and crossed fenced. A good road system is located on the ranch to most parts of the ranch.

WILDLIFE
The property is home to an abundance of native and exotic wildlife including, whitetail, axis, turkey, and other animals native to the area.

WATER
An electric submersible water well is located near the house. A windmill is located on the eastern side of the property.

Texas Ranches For Sale, as Broker, asserts that the information contained herein is submitted without representation or warranty. All information is subject to error, omission, price change, changes in terms and conditions, prior sale, withdrawal from the market without notice, etc. Buyers verify assertions. Appointments for viewing are to be scheduled with Texas Ranches For Sale. Shown by appointment only. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranches For Sale, Broker.

Black Canyon Ranch – Tract 3

Posted on: January 18th, 2022 by Pahmiyer Robert

Black Canyon Ranch
Leona Ranch Road Brackettville, TX 78832
Tract 3 123.79 ac Price $365,000

Overall Description: The Black Canyon Ranch is located inside the historic Leona Ranch, roughly 14 miles north of Brackettville, Tx. off Highway 674. The ranch is roughly 4 miles off Hwy 674, access is provided by a recorded easement via a caliche road. The ranch is located on the southern edge of the Edwards Plateau, known throughout Texas for its abundance of whitetail deer, turkey and more recently free-range exotics. There are significant elevation changes creating multiple high locations with long range scenic views as well as several large canyons making the terrain rugged and scenic at the same time. Vegetation on the ranch is primarily live oak and cedar with a mixture of Edwards Plateau and south Texas brush. In addition to the abundant deer population found on the ranch, hunters will find Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, quail, doves and free-range exotics such as Axis and Aoudads.

Tract 3 – ~124 acres Electricity available, shares water well w/tract 4

Black Canyon Ranch – Tract 4

Posted on: January 18th, 2022 by Pahmiyer Robert

Black Canyon Ranch
Leona Ranch Road Brackettville, TX 78832
Tract 4 143.15 ac Price – $422,000

Overall Description: The Black Canyon Ranch is located inside the historic Leona Ranch, roughly 14 miles north of Brackettville, Tx. off Highway 674. The ranch is roughly 4 miles off Hwy 674, access is provided by a recorded easement via a caliche road. The ranch is located on the southern edge of the Edwards Plateau, known throughout Texas for its abundance of whitetail deer, turkey and more recently free-range exotics. There are significant elevation changes creating multiple high locations with long range scenic views as well as several large canyons making the terrain rugged and scenic at the same time. Vegetation on the ranch is primarily live oak and cedar with a mixture of Edwards Plateau and south Texas brush. In addition to the abundant deer population found on the ranch, hunters will find Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, quail, doves and free-range exotics such as Axis and Aoudads.

Tract 4 – ~143 acres Includes small cabin that is useable, but needs work, electricity and water well w/windmill and concrete storage tank

Black Canyon Ranch – Tract 2

Posted on: January 18th, 2022 by Pahmiyer Robert

Black Canyon Ranch
Leona Ranch Road Brackettville, TX 78832
Tract 2 221.02 ac Price $696,000

Overall Description: The Black Canyon Ranch is located inside the historic Leona Ranch, roughly 14 miles north of Brackettville, Tx. off Highway 674. The ranch is roughly 4 miles off Hwy 674, access is provided by a recorded easement via a caliche road. The ranch is located on the southern edge of the Edwards Plateau, known throughout Texas for its abundance of whitetail deer, turkey and more recently free-range exotics. There are significant elevation changes creating multiple high locations with long range scenic views as well as several large canyons making the terrain rugged and scenic at the same time. Vegetation on the ranch is primarily live oak and cedar with a mixture of Edwards Plateau and south Texas brush. In addition to the abundant deer population found on the ranch, hunters will find Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, quail, doves and free-range exotics such as Axis and Aoudads.

Improvements and Tract Descriptions:
Tract 2 – ~221 acres Includes a roughly 1500 sqft bunkhouse w/electricity that is useable, but needs to be finished out. Three bedrooms, two baths, hot water heater, four window AC units, needs septic system installed, 20 x 40 RV cover with separate electric meter. Includes a water well w/windmill and large concrete storage tank.

Black Canyon Ranch Tract 1

Posted on: January 18th, 2022 by Pahmiyer Robert

Black Canyon Ranch
Leona Ranch Road Brackettville, TX 78832
Tract 1 – 205.04 ac Price – $935,000

Overall Description: The Black Canyon Ranch is located inside the historic Leona Ranch, roughly 14 miles north of Brackettville, Tx. off Highway 674. The ranch is roughly 4 miles off Hwy 674, access is provided by a recorded easement via a caliche road. The ranch is located on the southern edge of the Edwards Plateau, known throughout Texas for its abundance of whitetail deer, turkey and more recently free-range exotics. There are significant elevation changes creating multiple high locations with long range scenic views as well as several large canyons making the terrain rugged and scenic at the same time. Vegetation on the ranch is primarily live oak and cedar with a mixture of Edwards Plateau and south Texas brush. In addition to the abundant deer population found on the ranch, hunters will find Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, quail, doves and free-range exotics such as Axis and Aoudads.

Improvements and Tract Descriptions:
Tract 1 ~ 205 acres Includes the main ranch house which is a hybrid manufactured home with wood and metal frame bunk house add-on. The main house area sits on a roughly 40,000 sqft concrete pad and includes 4 bedrooms, 1 bunk room, 3 baths, kitchen and living room. There is over 13,000 sf of covered area including the 3200 sf main house, a large covered outdoor kitchen entertainment area and bar, a 10×40 screened front porch, a 2000 sqft dog kennel, game cleaning table and sink, outdoor shower, 1600 sqft enclosed storage room and 4500 sf workshop, equipment shed, land telephone line, satellite TV, water well w/submersible pump, 1500-gallon propane tank. Some bunkhouse furniture will convey.

High Fenced Deer Breeding Facility for sale in Central Texas

Posted on: January 15th, 2022 by Hill Kim

High Fenced Deer Breeding Facility for sale in Central Texas.

This high fenced hunting ranch is located at the Gateway to Texas Hill Country. This is a turn-key 61-acre tract with a 40 x 60 ft hunting lodge and deer facility. The property has good interior roads with metal culverts, fantastic mature tree cover and good soil for food plots. The deer facility for sale includes a steel-framed roller track push wall system, Papa John squeeze shoot and 2 manufactured working boxes along with 3 additional wooden boxes w/sliding & swing doors. The upstairs living quarters/hunting cabin has plenty of natural light, incredible views and is designed with an open concept living design. Just outside the deer facility you will find a set of breeding pens that are channeled towards the working facility through a 12 ft alleyway. There is a total of 23 breeding pens built with 8-ft. tight lock-fencing, galvanized pipe, and bull panels.

High Fenced Hunting Ranch for Sale in Texas.

Finish off the day at your high fenced hunting ranch enjoying the large stone fire pit and spectacular views. This ranch is also full of Dove, quail, turkey, cardinals, bluebirds, mockingbirds, finches, woodpeckers, hummingbirds, and painted buntings. Deer inventory is individually negotiable between buyer and seller. This is a must-see property for anyone in the market looking for a turnkey recreational getaway or for someone looking to own their own deer breeding facility. The current ranch hand would consider staying on board if buyers desired.

Improvements You will find at the High Fenced Ranch for Sale:

-3680 sq. ft. metal building that is home to the lodging and deer breeding facility

-8 ft perimeter game fence

-Upgraded Insulation

-5-ton HVAC System

-New water heater(need size and if it’s gas or electric)

-Convenient Water cut off and water pressure regulator

-Skinning Rack

Turnkey Breeding Facility for Sale in Central Texas Features:

Four 10 x 11 holding stalls for animals

Laboratory room for A.I. breeding

Squeeze shoot and working boxes

Concrete floor

Red and white lights in stalls and animal-working areas

Control room with refrigerator

Storage areas.

7-ft alleyway with steel framed push wall

Central Texas Hunting Property for Sale

This turnkey ranch for sale in Gatesville, Texas is located in Coryell County, in central Texas about 210 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico, is bordered by Hamilton, Bosque, McLennan, Bell, and Lampasas counties. Gatesville, the county seat, is on U.S. Highway 84 and State Highway 36, about eighty miles north of Austin and 110 miles southwest of Dallas. The county’s center lies about four miles southwest of Gatesville at approximately 3123′ north latitude and 9748′ west longitude. The present county comprises 1,031 square miles of plateaus and grasslands in the Grand Prairie region, with elevations ranging from 600 to 1,493 feet above sea level. Its two principal streams are the Leon River, which drains the northern and eastern parts of the county, and Cowhouse Creek, which drains the western and southern areas. Soils vary widely in the county, but most are alkaline with limestone underneath. Indigenous trees include red cedar, live oak, Spanish oak, burr oak, shin oak, cedar elm, hackberry, pecan, redbud, Mexican plum, buckeye, ash, and Eve’s necklace; native grasses include bluestems, gramas, and buffalo grass. Approximately 25 percent of the county is considered prime farmland. The fauna includes deer, armadillos, skunks, coyotes, bobcats, opossums, ring-tailed cats, badgers, foxes, raccoons, and squirrels, as well as assorted birds, fish, and reptiles. The climate is temperate; the average minimum temperature is 33 F in January, and the average maximum is 97 in July. The growing season averages 244 days annually, and the rainfall averages about thirty-two inches.

70 Acres Texas Ranch Land

Posted on: January 15th, 2022 by Gulick Karen

70 acres Poth ISD, brush consists of mature Mesquites in addition to mesquite regrowth. Somewhat cleared section in the Northwest corner. Water well on site along with 3/2 manufactured home. Perimeter fence. No restrictions, great for hunting, cattle grazing and recreation.

11 Acres Indian Springs

Posted on: January 15th, 2022 by Flack Andy

Mostly wooded in young to older pine, mixed with hardwood along border. NO floodplain per topography map herein.

17 Acres | Indian Springs

Posted on: January 15th, 2022 by Flack Andy

1st-time open market offering! Rural ranchette tracts on a low traffic, non-thru, road, Nursery Rd. Electricity is available by close extension, water is available along the road frontage. Raw, blank canvas, ready for recreation or permanent residence ranch. Close to Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation! Easy access to US 190 yet private setting. Rethink Rural!

SHECO is planning a new transmission line connecting the 2 insets on the map under Documents herein.. They will only choose ONE route, not all of the routes shown. One of the routes illustrated could affect the subject property. SHECO is bound, by law, to pay landowners for any ROW. They typically choose a route that least impacts smaller landowners, but is no guarantee. For any questions, please contact SHECO.