+/-584 Ac JAG Ranch

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Davidson Charles

The excellent waterfowl hunting, saltwater fishing, hogs, deer, and dove, plus good pastures make the JAG Ranch a fantastic combination recreational property/working ranch with unique diversity. Unobstructed views of the flats and Lavaca Bay, plus over 3.5 miles of combined bay and creek frontage enhance the value of this property and the long term development prospects.

Location: The ranch is located approximately 20 miles southeast of Victoria and approximately 5.5 miles north of Port Lavaca on the northeast end of Lavaca Bay with paved FM road access to the entry. The Calhoun County Airport is minutes away (5,004 asphalt runway), and the nearby Victoria Regional Airport is also very convenient for larger planes.

Habitat: The ranch consists of an estimated +327 acres of upland pastures and brush, and +257 acres of tidal flats. The pastures are a nice mix of clean, open grasslands and areas of dense brush game habitat. Mesquites and huisache are the predominant brush species, but there are also more southerly browse plants such as lime prickly ash present on the ranch. Hackberry and cedar elm are the predominant trees, along with some nice live oaks. The tidal flats are largely grazeable wintertime pasture, and feature two main ponds of +3.5 and +2.5 acres, along with numerous smaller potholes that are great duck hunting spots.

Placedo Creek flows along the ranchs border for +3.5 miles, emptying into Lavaca Bay at the ranchs northeastern corner, with the shoreline of the bay forming part of the ranchs border.

Wildlife: There is a great combination of game on this property (waterfowl, dove, deer, hogs).

Placedo Creek is an area known to local sportsmen as a hotspot for speckled trout and redfish. Much of the creek can be fished from the bank and accessed by pickup or ATV, and there is a public boat ramp just down the shoreline from the ranch.

The ponds and potholes provide excellent duck hunting opportunities. Deer, hogs, and varmints frequent the upland pastures, and dove hunting can be excellent.

Water: Three windmills provide water for livestock & game in the pastures, and there is an electric well located at the implement barns.

Minerals: Surface only is being conveyed in this sale.

History: Owned by the same family for over 100 years, this farm and ranch was originally purchased by early 1900s Calhoun County Judge Willett Wilson.

Price: Asking $2,026,480 or $3,470/acre.

The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents, and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment or type of use, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination.

Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the States of Texas; Oklahoma; and New Mexico are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather-related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions, and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction.

When buying investment property the buyers agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Republic Ranches, LLC.

San Marcos River Front Ranch

Posted on: December 4th, 2018 by Willingham Jerry

148.799 Acres. Spectacular San Marcos River Front Ranch. Less than one hour from either San Antonio or Austin. Approximately one-half mile of San Marcos River Frontage. Large 70'-80' Native Pecan, Elm, & Oak trees line the River. Perfect getaway for hunting, fishing, and river sports – or build your dream home to create a one of a kind Gentleman's Estate. Excellent Soils.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for purchase of subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.

Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.

Circle Bar Blue Ranch

Posted on: November 29th, 2018 by Lynd John

LOCATION: The impressive Circle Bar Blue Ranch is located in south-central Gonzales County, less than 5 miles south of the historic town of Gonzales. The front gate is a 75 minute drive from both Austin and San Antonio with Houston being about 2 hours to the east.

Entering through the ranch's custom front gates you are welcomed by a pastoral feeling courtesy of grassy, oak-studded hilltops that descend into dark blue lakes. Overlooking this manicured front pasture is an envelope of first-class building improvements consisting of a ranch office, main home, horse barn with apartment and a covered arena.

Main Home
The 2500 sqft 3 bedroom/3 bath main home is a modern farmhouse that is comfortable and cowboy chic while possessing a subtle elegant flair. The home was built and designed by an accomplished interior designer whose skill and talents are showcased within its charming walls. Perhaps the most interesting feature of the home is the formal dining room. It was crafted from a grain bin that was moved to the ranch and is now attached to the house. It boasts a massive iron chandelier salvaged from a Philadelphia train station complimented with Venetian Crystal sconces. The large master bedroom and bath create a comfortable retreat and include a soaking tub and steam shower.

Horse Barn w/ Apartment
Centrally located on the top of a hill is where you will find the well-planned, site built horse barn with 20+ concrete stalls. Multiple large roll-up bay doors and wide drive-through aisles allow for a spacious feel. There is also a centrally located tack room as well as a dedicated vet area with a hot/cold horse washing station. Attached to the barn is a +/-1,000 sqft 1 bedroom/1 bath apartment designed and constructed in a similar fashion as the main home and finished out entirely with reclaimed materials which gives the space a western elegant aura.

Adjacent to the barn are cattle pens and a covered cutting horse training arena designed and currently utilized by a Hall of Fame cutting horse trainer. You can rest assure knowing no detail was overlooked in the thoughtful design of this facility.

LAND: This area of Gonzales County is not typically known for its topography, yet traveling the ranch from one end to the other you will experience nearly 100 feet of elevation change. Cottle Creek traverses the ranch creating an expansive canyon that serves as prime, un-touched wildlife habitat. Throughout the Cottle Creek valley you will also find an impressive array of towering hardwoods including Live Oak, Post Oak, Burr Oak, Cedar Elm, Pecan and Sycamore.

There is over 45 acres of grass field on the ranch that could easily be put in hay production or row-crop production. Currently these fields produce a remarkable amount of under-utilized forage without any application of weed killer or fertilizer.

Having been rarely hunted in the past 20 year the Circle Bar Blue is teeming with wild game. A mature native whitetail buck in excess of 150 b/c has recently been spotted along with, hogs, bobcat and other native species in huntable quantities. There are a total of 4 lakes/ponds on the ranch, several of which are stocked with bass.
The Circle Bar Blue Ranch has over 1.5 miles of Guadalupe River frontage. This frontage is a mixture of accessible gravel beach as well as high river bank allowing for awesome fishing fishing and recreation.

MINERALS: The Seller owns approximately 1/2 of the mineral estate and will convey 1/8 of owned minerals at closing. Property is subject to an oil & gas lease. There is no oil & gas production , activity or surface equipment on the property. Please call Listing Broker for more information.

FINANCIAL: $5,450,000. Seller to provide standard owners title policy and existing survey. This Property is co-listed with David O. Faust, Broker 512.940.3300

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 sole discretion of Listing Brokers, Bluestem Ranch Group and David O. Faust.

**Information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Sellers, and is subject to change, errors and/or omissions, prior sale and withdrawal from market. Buyers are urged to verify representations on their own regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Property is sold as is where is, with all faults and without warranty other than that of title.**

60 acres in Bexar County, Texas

Posted on: November 29th, 2018 by Bill Wiseman

The Reyes Medina River Ranch is Sixty (60) Acres of improved pasture land. There are three Coastal Hay fields and a beautiful River Pecan Bottom. It is manicured to create a Park Atmosphere along the Medina River frontage. The River is easily accessed for rafting, canoeing and fishing. Excellent land and location for a Commutable Estate Home or Family or Corporate Retreat.


Posted on: November 28th, 2018 by Bockholt Bob


Great hill country views here. The homesite is not in the flood plain but it does overlook the beautiful Red Bluff Creek. Lots of wildlife and many trees. Very interesting property.

Leave the city lights behind and come see for your self just how beautiful it is out here.

Concho Grande Ranch

Posted on: November 27th, 2018 by Tyler Wright

Concho Grande Ranch – 2558 Acres $8953,000 or $3500 Per Acre

Located approximately 35 miles NE of San Angelo, and just a stones throw west of the Historic Paint Rocks of Texas, The Concho Grande ranch surely lives up to its name! With just under two miles of river frontage on the Concho River and just over one half mile of river frontage on the little Concho, this two thousand five hundred and fifty eight acre property encompasses the best attributes of Texas hunting, fishing and ranching all in one.

The terrain on the Concho Grande varies from oak covered and scattered mesquite pasture land, with a variety of native grasses, to its gorgeous river frontage, beautiful lakes, and irrigated Tiffton fields. Ideal for small to large scale ranching operations, hunting operations, and hay production. The Concho Grande Ranch really does provide the best that Texas has to offer.

In addition to all the live water one could need, the Concho Grande Ranch boasts Five water wells, four dirt tanks and one small lake. Sims Dam, located on the Main Concho, serves as the ideal spot to fish, relax, explore and take in the beauty of the falls, sounds, and wonders of the Ranch. Theres a pump in the river that also supplies water to two pivots with 197 acre adjudicated water rights via the Main Concho.

Wildlife on the Ranch is diverse and abundant. High scoring whitetails, wild turkey, Axis Deer, native Texas game birds and migratory water fowl are plentiful. Good roads and high fenced along the parameter, the Concho Grande is truly a turn key property for ranching and hunting alike.

Situated on the picturesque banks of the Concho River,
The living accommodations on the Concho Grande ranch are made up of several cabins and bunk houses sleeping up to sixteen in seven private rooms. A great set of working pens and several interior cross fences assist in livestock rotation and wildlife management.

The Concho Grande is truly a Sportsmans paradise! Its diverse landscapes and abundant water put it in a league of its own. Whether hunting, fishing, or ranching the Concho Grande is sure to exceed your expectations.

11.24 acres in Bosque County, Texas

Posted on: November 26th, 2018 by Brown Amber

ONE-OF-A-KIND RIVER PROPERTY!! This property is a dream come true for someone needing a place to go and relax! You will not be disappointed with this one! It has so much character including the perfect access to the river for kayaking, fishing, and swimming. The land is divided by two small bridges that a creek runs under, a cabin that is super nice for camping, and a storage unit. The owner has found many arrowheads and there are deer tracks EVERYWHERE! The property also includes a small tract perfect for a hay field or food plot! This dream is waiting for you!

Call or Text Danya Lane at 254-485-2860


Posted on: November 21st, 2018 by Frasier Richmond

Rare! Live water creek, residential lot on beautiful Lane Valley Rd., 7.5 miles West of Comfort TX, in Kerr County. Lane Valley Rd. dead ends about 3 miles past this location resulting in very light traffic. Cherry Creek flows through this perfect private 10 acres for about 775 feet its rainfall watershed area is over 5,200 acres! This 10-acre lot has everything, both sides of Cherry Creek, currently ag exempt, sensible restrictions, good soil, beautiful trees, giant pecans, views, fields, and multiple home sites. New paved county road access all the way to the property. Floodplain areas to the North and East means little chance of new neighbors. Call Listing broker for more information. Don Jackson 830-308-8610.

Buyer must verify all information prior to entering into a purchase agreement. Data is collected from reliable County and mapping sources, but not guaranteed. 10 acres to be surveyed.

Jetton River Place – hunting land on the Red River!

Posted on: November 20th, 2018 by Byars Beau

This 288.81 +/- acre ranch is located at the end of a county maintained road in northwest Clay County. It is varied in terrain and function, from irrigable coastal pastures in the front to thick wooded hunting land along the Red River in the back. With neighbors of 600+ acres on either side, this ranch offers privacy and the ability to grow some really nice bucks.


The property is located at the end of Foyce Rd. in the Charlie community of Clay County, about 20 miles north of Wichita Falls (pop. 104,898). It is a little over two hour drive from either Fort Worth or Dallas.


This ranchs diverse landscape allows for some of everything: hunting, cattle grazing, hay production. The acreage is broken down as follows (from south to north):

– 110 ACRES: southern grazing pasture, with thick coastal bermuda grass; 75 acres of this land could be irrigated with circle pivots, two old irrigation wells; great marsh area for ducks
– 20 ACRES: cattle trap/pens
– 30 ACRES: native pecan grove with 60'+ tall trees, natural water springs and a flowing creek
– 92 ACRES: rolling native pasture, with additional grazing, wooded areas for hunting; four old water irrigation wells are in this pasture; several sloughs for duck hunting
– 37 ACRES: unfenced river bottom, with tall cottonwoods, plum thickets and thick brush; great bow hunting area

The south half of the property is primarily flat, and the north half has a gentle roll going down to the Red River. A nice building site is located in the middle of the ranch, just before the land rolls down into the river bottom.


There is so much water on this ranch, it literally comes bubbling up out of the ground! The pecan grove area listed above has a very nice springfed creek running through it. The trees in this area are over 60' tall and could create a park-like feel if mowed and cleaned up. Four water tanks are on the ranch, plus several smaller ponds. There are six older irrigation wells, and pivot stations set up to water the grass. All of this, plus approximately 1/4 of a mile of frontage on the Red River!


With the many pecan trees, wild plum, mesquite and other native vegetation, whitetails have plenty to eat here year around! With corn feeders, you can really bring them in, with the potential for 170+ class trophies. Tracks and trails are all through the pastures for both deer and feral hog. Turkey love the bottom roosting areas, and I have also seen Bobwhite quail on the place.

In the south grazing pasture is a 20 acre low lying area that could be developed for some awesome duck hunting. This land already floods in heavy rains; it just needs some levees built and could then be flooded with the irrigation system to create a waterfowl habitat. The sloughs on the north pasture near the river attract ducks too. The Red River is a known flyway and sees millions of duck and geese every year in migration.


With this much grass, you could carry several hundred yearlings during the growing season, or bale it for hay to sale. The irrigation system has not been used in several years and there is no longer a pivot on the ranch, but if set back up, it would increase the southern 110 acre pastures productivity tremendously. Water is in this area is considered to be very good, and the water table is within 40'. Other neighboring farms use irrigation systems to grow crops or water orchards as well.

In the middle of the ranch is a set of pipe working pens, complete with working and loading chutes. A 60' x 30' metal hay barn is here too. The whole property, except for the 37 acres of river bottom listed above, has a five-line perimeter fence in good condition; the cattle pens and trap are fenced off separately, which creates two grazing pastures on the property 110 acres on the south side and 122 acres on the north.

Water for livestock is provided by the ponds, plus the natural springs and creek. You could also pump water from the irrigation wells into metal stock tanks or dirt tanks. All the wells have underground electric lines ran to them to power the pumps (when installed). The owner does not know the condition of any of the casing or condition of the wells and is selling the property as is.

If you did not want to manage the farm aspects of the property yourself, there is a tenant in place who would continue leasing the place for $40/acre, or approximately $9,000/year. The land has a current agricultural tax exemption in place.


This ranch has been priced to sell at $2,050/acre, or $592,060 total.


For more information or to set up a private showing, call agent Beau Byars at cell phone (940) 224-3183.


This land consists of 160 acres of warranty deeded land and 128.81 acres of quit claim deeded land, 92.82 acres of which has been under a fence for decades. The current owner filed title to the acreeded land in Feb. 2014, but title going to the bank of the Red River was of record decades before this. A survey plat from Feb. 2014 will be conveyed to Buyer with this sale, showing clear boundaries to the whole ranch.

725 Riverbend BLVD

Posted on: November 17th, 2018 by Dahl Wade

Gorgeous Blanco Riverfront property with easy access to 330' of your privately owned riverfront! 8.5 miles from either Wimberley or San Marcos. Private, security gated, Riverbend property enjoys ag-exempt tax valuation. Custom built touches throughout and meticulously maintained. This home flows inside and magically draws you to the shaded entertaining area overlooking the river. MAKE SURE YOU SEE THIS ONE. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!!