94+ Acres | Ingram | Kerr County, Texas
This spectacular 94+-acre ranch features 2,000 feet of spring-fed Indian Creek with two massive concrete dams that create a spectacular swimming hole. You enter the property over one of the dams for an incredible arrival experience.
744 Acres | Brady | McCulloch County, Texas
This 744-acre centennial ranch has been in one family for over 100 years and is just five minutes southwest of Brady. Ranches in this area are seldom sold, and this one, which is surrounded by over 1,000+-acre ranches on all sides, is a very rare opportunity.
278 Acres | Midway | Madison County, Texas
This 278-acre cattle/recreational ranch has excellent rolling hills with some nice views to the west. The property is crossed fenced, and the fences are in great condition. There are three tanks on the property and one is a nice-sized 4 acres which has been used for duck hunting in the past.
Blanco River Valley
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196 Acres | Blanco | Kendall County, Texas
The beautiful Blanco River Valley Ranch sits on over a mile of Blanco River frontage and almost a half of that is owned on both sides! Looking over the Blanco River is a completely renovated river house with a large back deck to entertain. There is another home with three bedrooms and two baths. A large building site is already in place high on a hilltop for the new owner.
540 Acres | Doss | Mason County, Texas
Just 25 minutes from Fredericksburg, the “New Napa Valley” according to Southern Living magazine, this ranch blends the old with the new in a way that maximizes the spectacular views, deep loamy soil, live water and massive live oaks on the property. And, in a part of Texas where ranches rarely change hands, this opportunity is a rare one.
228 Acres | Boerne | Kendall County, Texas
At 228 acres and over 200 feet in elevation change, Whisper Springs Ranch offers beautiful hills and spectacular views, especially from its highest peak which is at just over 2,000 feet. There is substantial water on Whisper Springs which is named for the springs here that are the source to the headwaters of Big Joshua Creek.