TBD PVT 1090 (OFF CR 142) Hallettsville, TX

Posted on: January 20th, 2022 by Gary Holub

228.70 acres in Lavaca County. Outdoor recreational paradise, approximately 2.5 miles of Navidad River and Mixon creek to enjoy and discover, just minutes east of Hallettsville and north of Hwy 90. With abundant wildlife, historical stunning oaks, 500 + pecan trees and its large acreage size, this property is a true magnet. From the entrance gate you will leave the hustle and bustle behind as you take in the country views and drive to the farm house. This property has been in the family for 90 plus years untouched, with nature as its canvas. Make memories, enjoying the white sandy areas along the Navidad River, hunt for petrified wood along Mixon creek or the abundant wildlife, or just enjoy the peaceful sunsets at the hill top. Build your dream home or weekend getaway on top of the hill or bring life to the old farmhouse. The farm house has been used as a camp house for many years and sits at the highest point of the property.

Presently used for cattle grazing, hunting, fishing and weekend discovering. Hunt from the many vantage points on the Ranch. There are farm outbuildings which can be utilized along with two wells on the property, one drilled approx. 2015. Most of the fencing is 7 to 8 years old. The property has good mix of native and improved grasses with a large productive hay field.

A recorded deeded easement gives you access to this very desirable large track of land. Medium to large tracks surround the property. Mixon Creek spring feed per seller/Agriculture exempt by cattle grazing/Topo changes 180-210 ft. Ask to see recent survey. Surface rights to convey.

Must see!!!! You will undoubtedly want to add this private location to your portfolio.

See Mapright link below. Call Bernadine Kainer, listing agent for a private viewing of this ranch.

Property has flood plain areas.

Nueces River Property

Posted on: January 15th, 2022 by Walker John

Nueces River Front Home
This one of a kind property is situated on 7.51 acres with approx. 250ft of river frontage. Major updates to exterior and interior include: new master suite with attached bath, flooring, tile, paint and much more. The acreage has been crossed fence and there is a large rustic barn for the animals. Huge Live Oak trees adorn the front yard with one being an historic charter oak. A must see and must have for Live Oak County. Contact listing agent for more information and to set up showing.

3 Bedrooms / 3 Baths / 1 Car Garage
2,693 SQ FT
7.51 Acres Nueces River Front
All Kitchen Appliances Included
Silestone Kitchen Countertop
New Kitchen Tile Backsplash
New Stainless Steel Kitchen Farm Sink
New Large Walk-in Pantry with Barn Door Slider
Completely New Master Suite with Amazing Attached Bath includes: Free Standing Tub, Separate Large Shower and Double Vanity. His and Hers Walk-in Closets
2 Bedroom with Barn Door sliders
Remodeled Hall Bath, New Marble Vanity
New Life Proof Walton Oak Wood Laminate Flooring
New Wood Burning Fireplace
New Interior and Exterior Paint
New Main House HVAC system
RV Space with Hook-up
Marbach Co-Op Water System, Septic
Taxes 2019: $2,312.67 with Homestead

Devil’s River Getaway

Posted on: January 8th, 2022 by Lewis Lem

Overlooking the coveted Devil’s River, this stunning home sits on 5.675 acres and offers breathtaking views, recreation and peace and quiet. The main home is approximately 2580 sq ft and offers 4 bedrooms and two baths along with a game room and atrium. There is also a comfortable guest home as well. The property comes furnished so that you can begin using it right away. There are also two water wells on the property. Access to boat ramp is only 5 minutes away.

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 Land & Ranch Realty, LLC, Broker.

405 acres in McCulloch County, Texas

Posted on: January 8th, 2022 by Mike Barbour

Summary. This choice property is on one of the best stretches of water on the entire upper Colorado River. Just about 8 miles below Lake Ivie, the water is relatively clean and clear, and the water flow is nearly constant. There are 2 big water holes with a small set of rapids in between.

History. There is a spot on the river where it is very easy to cross over to the other side of the river. Some of the locals call it Military Crossing.

Location. The south side of the ranch has paved frontage on FM 503 The entire northern boundary is the river. Estimated river frontage is almost a mile, over 4,800 feet.

Terrain. The land surface varies from level to elevated with views. There are ravines and a ridgeline south of the river. Total elevation change is 90 feet. It has generally fairly heavy woody plant cover, predominantly mesquite, whitebrush, some live oaks, and some elms and a few pecans along the river.

Improvements. A fairly new barndominium serves well as a hunting cabin. It has 1.5 baths, a kitchen, bunkroom and 1,000 square feet. The attached shop is 1,500 square feet, plus it has an attached 50 x 20 RV shed/covered patio. You can spend pleasant evenings, or mornings, on the 70 foot long covered porch with attractive ranch scenery.

Water. House water is provided by Millersview-Doole Water Supply Co. Game and livestock are able to water from the river, and from the stock pond.

Wildlife. Whitetail deer, waterfowl, turkeys, dove, and native furbearing species.


Comments. This is a very nice recreational property, a great place to bring the family. It is in a very quiet area, the road has very little traffic and the neighbors are not close by. It is about 30 minutes from Brady, an hour east of San Angelo, and 3 hours west of Austin.

Llano River Property

Posted on: January 5th, 2022 by Smith Michele

There’s simply not many Llano River properties available with great views AND beautiful river front. This property has 550 ft of Llano River with granite outcropping and soothing rapids.
The river is very accessible with shallow shoals that lead into deeper water on the southern bank. Great for kayaking, swimming, or fly fishing. On the northern portion of the property, one can
see for miles to the south. A wonderful spot to build a home that is far from the flood plain. The property has a small bathhouse and shed on the southern portion closer to the river.
This property does not have an existing well, however, according to previous owner, a 30 GPM well is located within a few feet of the property. The property is being cleared near the river and
a new entrance is being built on Lower Willowcreek to access the northern portion of the property.

This is a must see. To schedule a showing please call:
Paul Smith | Listing Agent

Llano Ranch Water

Posted on: January 4th, 2022 by Doug Evans

This Ranch is one of the Best recreational ranches in the Junction area with Llano River, Hunting for Whitetail Deer, Axis,Turkey, Hogs, Dove and Quail along with fishing, Swimming, and all around family or corporate retreat. 1 water well with good subsurface water to be had in the area.

Petit Jean River Ranch

Posted on: January 4th, 2022 by Davidson Charles

The Petit Jean River Ranch is a remarkable mixed-use property in northwest Arkansas. It is an excellent deer and waterfowl hunting property with good surface water and mixed wooded habitat. It also has productive pasture ground that can comfortably carry 100+ cows. This ranch has multiple improvements with a home cabin and working pens and is well maintained with a good road system. It has excellent views to the south of the Ouachita Mountain range.

The property is located approximately 30 miles southeast of Fort Smith and 12 miles southwest of Booneville. It is in the far southwest part of Logan County.

This ranch is about 60% pasture with a balance in mixed hardwoods and beautiful topography. The northern portion of the ranch is about 120 in elevation and is densely wooded with a lot of wildlife. The fences and cross fences are in good condition and each pasture has access to good water. French Prairie Road bisects the ranch and is a county gravel road that is well maintained.

Improvements include:

Home with 1,500 square feet, two bedrooms, and two baths. This was built in 2010.

Older home with approximately 1,200 square feet.

Large open barn area with several horse stalls and bunkhouse quarters.

Mobile home.

The working pens are at the headquarters, with welded steel corrals, a doctoring chute, loading chutes, squeeze pens, sheds, a tack-room, dog kennels, pump-house and a pavilion.

This ranch has over 1 mile of frontage on the Petit Jean River, and additionally, approximately 1.5 miles of Prairie Branch Creek runs through the middle of it. The ranch has good subsurface water resources too with a solid and productive well at the headquarters.

There is a private shale pit on the property at the northeast corner that is helpful to use on the ranch roads. Larger ranch equipment including several Kubota and John Deere tractors with haying cutting, raking and baling equipment is also available with a separate contract.


Posted on: December 22nd, 2021 by Bownds Brandon


ACREAGE: 20+/- Acres

LAND TYPE: Live Water / Recreation / Raw Land

LOCATION: Camp Wood, Texas – Uvalde County – Located between Uvalde and Brackettville – 10+/- miles East of Brackettville, 30+/- miles West of Uvalde, 2+/- Hours from San Antonio, 3.5+/- Hours from Austin, 5+/- Hours from Houston

OVERVIEW: RARE OPPORTUNITY! Beautiful Acreage, Nueces River Frontage, Paved County Road Frontage, Mountain Views, Gorgeous Sunsets, Useable Land and… Indian Mound with Potential Artifacts!

WATER: 270+/- Feet of Crystal Clear Nueces River Frontage ; Secluded Swimming Hole on Strong Flowing Secondary Channel ; Wet-Weather Dips and Draws

TOPOGRAPHY: Great Useable Land – Level and Gently Rolling with few Contours ; Brush and Shrub studded land with areas of Dense Tree Coverage ; Welcoming and Relaxed Landscape Environment with Great Potential ; Limestone Riverbeds and Grassy Riverbanks

VEGETATION: Live Oak, Sycamore, Mesquite, Persimmon, Agarita, Texas Sotol, Mixture of various Grasses, Brush, Shrubs and Plant life Native to the Nueces Aquatic River Region

WILDLIFE: Heavy Wildlife Traffic. Whitetail Deer, Axis Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Hog, Fish: Bass, Perch, Cat, Occasional Free-Roaming Exotics passing through, Occasional Seasonal Migrating Waterfowl

IMPROVEMENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS: Currently Ag Tax Exempt. Ideal Family Recreation Splash Pad! Indian Mound and Potential Artifacts. Great for Get-Togethers or Weekend Camp-Outs on the Banks of the Nueces River. Excellent location just 5 miles South of Camp Wood. Approximately 37 miles from the Conveniences of Uvalde and local Airport, 2 Hours from San Antonio, 3.5 Hours from Austin, 5 Hours from Houston. Easy Access – Paved County Road Frontage. Crystal Clear Nueces River Frontage underlain with Limestone. Secluded Swimming Hole flowing through an excellent Secondary Channel. Ideal Building Sites overlooking the Swimming Hole ; imagine sitting on your back porch, watching the kids/grandkids jump into the pristine waters, smiles all around, enjoying the property, enjoying life! Electric nearby for easy tie-on. Roads and Trails throughout. Beautiful Mountain Views. Frequent Wildlife Traffic. Hot-Humid Summers, Mild-Cold Winters – Perfect All Year Round! Swimming, Picnics, Campfires, Sunsets, Family, Friends and Good Times! Local conveniences like sodas and snacks are within a 5 minute drive to town, restaurants, small grocer, fuel and more.

*Information is believed reliable but is not guaranteed by REALTOR. Property is subject to prior sale, correction or withdrawal without notice.

115 acres in Gillespie County, Texas

Posted on: December 18th, 2021 by Cook Beaux

The Duderstadt Ranch in Harper, TX is a 115 + 0r – acres homestead offering a quiet, peaceful retreat with a history, all just minutes from the heavily sought-after Fredericksburg, Texas (23 miles to Fredericksburg, to be exact, and 21 miles to Kerrville). Located in the center of the Texas Hill Country, Harper offers all the conveniences one needs. This property is off of Highway 290 and is accessed through an electric gate and a short drive to the home, lined with hardwood trees. The rock home is a beautiful, rustic farmhouse that has been tastefully renovated, while keeping the historic attributes intact. The home has rock walls and a rock fireplace with wood floors, except in the bedrooms. A sliding barn door separates the kitchen from the dining room, but yet the kitchen and baths are updated with granite countertops throughout. The home offers 2277 square feet and 3 bedrooms 2 baths, but this unique layout offers other possibilities for an office or whatever suites your needs. To make this property even more quintessential, Banta Creek flows through the property so that the homeowners may enjoy both sides of the creek. Other improvements include a rock guest house with a paved walkway, a rock greenhouse, and a rock storage building or smoke room. The garage is detached and includes a washroom complete with washer and dryer, and restroom. All of the structures on the property are uniform, with a tin roof and built with rock, making the entire homestead very appealing and charming.

Beverly River Ranch

Posted on: December 15th, 2021 by Byars Beau

The 3,330 +/- acre Beverly Ranch lies along the Texas-Oklahoma border, north of the town of Chillicothe in Hardeman County, TX. With FIVE miles of frontage on the Red River, rolling tree covered hills and abundant wildlife, it is a sportsmans paradise. Complete with a 3 BD/2 BTH weekend cabin, it is ready to walk into and enjoy immediately!


The ranch as it exists today is a combination of two land transactions by the current owner. The central and west sections were purchased from Thomas Beverly in 2000, and the west adjoining acreage from the Thrash family in 2004. These lands were both part of W. G. Mulkeys original ranch from the late 1800s, so combining them put most of the original ranch back together. Mr. Beverly was a descendant of the Mulkey family too, making his part a legacy holding for 110 years before it was sold by to the current owner in 2000.

Collectively called the Beverly Ranch, the property has been utilized by one individual, William B. Dunavant, Jr., since his purchase to hunt turkeys each Spring. Now after 21 years of consistent management, the ranch is being offered for sale again.


The Beverly is just 10 miles from Highway 287 in Northwest Texas, which is the main traffic corridor from Dallas-Fort Worth to New Mexico and Colorado. The town of Chillicothe (pop. 671) is within a 10 minute drive and has a gas station, medical clinic, coffee shop and restaurant. Vernon (pop. 11,000) is 25 minutes away and has a Walmart, hospital, multiple restaurants and several feed stores. Vernon also has a county airport with a 4,300 asphalt landing strip.

Proximity to larger cities is as such:

– Wichita Falls: 76 miles (has daily AA flights to and from DFW Airport)
– Amarillo: 165 miles
– Oklahoma City: 174 miles
– DFW metroplex: 200 miles

The ranch is tucked away in the corner of the county and is very private. Little to no through traffic passes by its gates, with the exception of local farmers and ranchers.


The Beverly was recently surveyed in September 2019 to have 3,330.88 total acres. These acres include:

– 3,110 +/- total acres under fence
– 2,862.9 +/- acres of original patented land with the state of Texas
– 461 +/- acres of acreeted river bottom acres
– 452 +/- acres of dry land cultivation
– 439 +/- acres of old CRP pasture (no longer under contract, may be cultivated or grazed)
– 2,105 +/- acres in native range land

The cultivated acres include four different farm fields that have been planted in winter wheat each fall. This provides supplemental nutrition for the ranchs deer herd, and also allows for rotational grazing of cattle. The fields have productive sandy loam soils and could also grow alfalfa, cotton, milo or coastal hay crops. The range land is cross fenced into six main grazing pastures; all fences are in good condition and some sections are new. These pastures allow you to contain cattle during the hunting seasons, as well as rotate adequately to ensure proper stewardship of the land. Across the whole ranch, a cow herd of 100 plus bulls is sustainable.


The farm fields and old CRP plots are flat. Surrounding these are miles of rolling hills, creating a varied terrain and some scenic views. From the road to the river, the land changes approximately 90 in topography.

The pastures are filled with hardwoods and scrub brush. Hackberry trees, scrub oak, mesquites and scattered cedars make up the bulk of the pasture land. 50 tall elm tree groves and chinaberry motts create forested areas, ideal for bow hunting. Several parts of the ranch have native pecan trees (one of the only ranches in the region with pecans). The east side has lots of cottonwoods too. Wild plum thickets, sage and yucca brush provide short range cover; native grasses include bluestem, switch, side oats gramma and winter rye.


The Beverly is known for its abundant game and quality genetics. As stated above, the current owner only used the ranch to hunt Spring turkeys. Flocks of Rios have been seen here as large as 500, and you can expect to have excellent turkey hunting year after year. Even on a casual drive through the ranch, you will see multiple flocks with 30-40 birds.

While Mr. Dunavant did not hunt deer, he did allow the Texas Wildlife Officers to bring in youth hunters to harvest does each winter. Big bucks die of old age here, as evidenced by the abundant mature sheds found every year across the pastures and in the fields. Expect to harvest trophies! On a recent drive by a buck was seen bedding down in a bluestem draw that was estimated to be 180-190 B&C. Together with the native vegetation and planted wheat fields, they have year around nutrition to grow massive racks; these are big bodied deer too. *Game cameras are going at the ranch contact Listing Broker for current pictures.

The ranch has a fantastic bobwhite quail habitat, but typical of the area, covey numbers vary year to year. The last time quail were hunted was in 2017. I jumped a pair during the photo shoot.

Other wildlife includes feral hog, coyote & bobcat; mountain lion have also been seen. The ponds attract migratory dove each Fall.


Approximately five dirt tanks hold water across the land. In the early 1900s the ranch became known for its good spring water and settlers in Greer County, OK, across the river where the water quality was poor, would come to Mr. Mulkeys well to fill up their wagons with drinking water. This old well has since collapsed but remnants of it can still be seen. Five water wells are scattered across the ranch four of them have sump pumps in them, of which two are powered by solar panels and two by electric lines. The fifth well is not currently being used but is believed to be functional.

A long draw on the east side has potential to build a sizable lake (5+ surface acres). This draw runs across the old CRP pasture, descending 50 before reaching the tree line; multiple terraces across the pasture run water to this point as well. Because the soils have deep sand thoughout (15 +/-), you can anticipate needing to bring in drilling mud or line the lake to make it hold consistent water.

The Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River forms the ranchs boundary on the west and north sides, providing almost five miles of livewater frontage! Across the river on the northwest corner is a tall, scenic bluff ridge, with gypsum rock outcroppings. The Red is fed by Groesbeck and Sandy creeks just before it meets the Beverlys border, so it keeps plenty of water running through it year around.


A three bedroom, two bathroom cinder-block cabin is at the ranch headquarters. The cabin has 1,440 sq ft and is in good condition with a metal roof, tiled floors, CH/A and wood burning stove. A large utility room has W/D connections; all appliances will stay. The house water is from a well; it has a septic tank and fiber optic high speed internet too. A detached covered porch gives a place to relax in the evening.

Other improvements to the ranch include a 30 x 35 metal barn with concrete slab, electricity & water, set of pipe pens and 25 +/- miles of barbed wire fencing. Two tower blinds and multiple feeders will convey with the sale too.

Multiple hills on the ranch provide nice building locations for a lodge, with some providing views of the river. Electricity poles run along the northern border by the river back there, so it would be easy to tie onto.


The ranch is being sold without reservations from the current owner. Most of the land will convey as surface estate only, except for 662.2 acres on the east side where ALL the executory leasing rights and 50% of the royalties are owned. All wind and water rights are in tact and will transfer to the buyer at closing.

The ranch doesnt have any active oil or gas wells. Five dry hole wells were drilled decades ago. One well used to be online on the southern side, but it was short lived and is now plugged.


A lease agreement is in place with the current ranch manager, David Belew (related to Listing Broker). In exchange for taking care of the maintenance needs of the property, he is allowed to graze cattle on the ranch and plants wheat in the fields every year, at his own expense. By him and the cowboys managing the cow herd, he also keeps poachers off the property. David upkeeps the fences and windmills, fills all game feeders, shreds the interior roads and mows/upkeeps the area around the cabin and barn.


$7,500,000 total price, or approximately $2,250 per acre.


For more information or to schedule a tour of this ranch, contact agent Benjamin Belew at (940) 357-9940.