The Wood River Ranch is a legacy property which embodies all the qualities that todays trophy ranch investor is seeking. It runs an all-natural beef program, high quality haying operation and extends its capabilities as a first class outfitting/fishing/guest ranch. Directly ...
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Located in Texas, 944-square-mile Brooks County accounts for less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Brooks County ranks 187th in terms of the size of its population (7,230, according to 2015 Census estimates). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Brooks County. Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Brooks County is $1,709. The average list price of property and land for sale was $2,085,670 (the most expensive listing being for $14.2 million) and the median land-parcel size was 345 acres. Land for sale in Brooks County totaled 18,302 acres and $31.3 million in overall land value, with the city of Falfurrias featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Brooks County.
1068 Acres of pristine hunting property. This is La Retama Ranch. Native oak and lazy hills highlight this ranch in Brooks County Texas. It's about 15 miles SW of Falfurrias, TX and it's located at the end of Brooks County Highway 406. The area is known for Deer, Turkey and bountiful Quail. This ranch has been in the family for over 100 years. The ranch includes: electricity, a fresh water well and a modest cabin with a very good main road. Appraised at over $2480 per acre...Asking $1995 per acre! Some minerals may be available. Broker/Owner
Tomas TijerinaVenture Investment Properties
$2,057,000935 acresEncino, TX78353 - Brooks County
Location - 12 miles west of Encino, TX near the tiny community of Tacubaya. Located at the end of County Road 312, this ranch is a little slice of South Texas heaven. Split by open native mott country and dense South Texas brush one can take advantage of all South Texas has to offer. This is a minimally improved piece of property that offers a great opportunity for one to develop their ranch just as they like. There is one water well on the ranch that is operated by a submersible pump, good electricity access, and good water availability.
Ranch Entrance - The main entrance to the ranch is off County Road 312, an all-weather caliche road.
Road Frontage - The ranch fronts County Road 312 for 0.75 miles on the property's east boundary.
Dan W. Kinsel IIIDan W. Kinsel III Ranch Broker, LLC
429 ACRES +/- PREMIER HUNTING RANCH in TIGHTLY HELD AREA KNOW FOR HUGE DEER AND FANTASTIC QUAIL HUNTING!!!!
Location: The property is located East of Hebbronville about 15 miles and about 12 miles West of Falfurrias off of Hwy 285. It has a short easement from CR 107A to the ranch.
Topography: The terrain is rolling, sandy soil with an outstanding diversity of desirable native brush for trophy deer and excellent hunting. The ranch has some beautiful oak trees, fantastic motted quail country, and some areas of dense brush. Brush includes quajillo, granjeno, guayacan, blackbrush, whitebrush, persimmon, prickly pear, and mesquite.
This place has some huge lowfenced neighbors!!!!
Wildlife: There are lots of trophy dee
Jon BusbeeBusbee Ranch Sales
$693,630330.3 acresState Highway 285, Falfurrias, TX78355 - Brooks County
This unique property is good for a small cattle operation and recreational hunting and is listed at $2,100 per acre. This area features large ranches with good populations of wild life. This property has a thousand-acre ranch located to the west and backs to the King Ranch along the north boundary, however, the north boundary is high fenced. There is a small cabin (1200 square feet with 1 bedroom and 1.5 baths), a metal barn (4150 square feet), working pens (along east side), water well, and a surface tank. Paisano Creek crosses this tract near the north boundary and about thirty acres of this area is in a FEMA designated Flood Zone. Most of this tract is covered in small mesquite with more mature mesquite at the rear of this tract nea
Michael KastnerReal Estate Services of Texas, Inc.
This 37 +- acre ranch has a ranch style 3BR, 3 Bath 2 story home with a pool. It is minutes west of Falfurrias, Texas, nestled between 2 county boundaries (Jim Wells & Brooks). There is a scenic 3/4 acre catfish lake for a catch and release fishing experience. This piece of real estate welcomes a warm setting for family, friends or business associates.
There is a 600ft water well with 3 HP providing 60lbs of pressure to house, cattle troughs, and 2 sprinkler systems which provide water to 142 individual sprinklers that maintain the beautiful St. Augustin carpet grass & huge mature trees and palm trees surrounding the home.
There is an excellent infrastructure in place for a turn key cattle facility management operation. There are 3 Holdi
Henry CantuLobo Real Estate
$372,000162 acres510 County Road 304, Encino, TX78353 - Brooks County
A 52 +/- acre pasture tract located 3 miles east of Falfurrias in Brooks County, Texas at 2645 South FM 2191.
Property measures approximately 740 ft. (east to west) frontage alongside S. FM 2191 and 3100 ft. (north to south). The property is fully fenced, includes an entrance gate at S. FM 2191 and gates at the northeast corner, center east and center west locations of the property. The south pasture consists primarily of Coastal Bermuda grass and the north pasture is a combination of Coastal Bermuda and Guinea grasses. Pastures are actively managed with a history of two yearly cuttings producing large round bales. Hay sales history includes small local and large regional ranch customers. Mature Mesquite trees are scattered throughout the
Nice 80 acre tract with pasture and heavy brush. Outside City limits of Falfurrias.
Property borders CR 404 to the north and borders CR 405 to the south.
No electric, no water. City water lines are available along property line on CR 405. Electric Power lines are across County Road.
This makes a perfect recreational ranch to run cattle, hunt or just enjoy the great outdoors.
The property has approximately 1300 ft of paved frontage on both CR 404 and CR 405. Property measures approximately 2681 ft in a north/south direction.
Fencing needs repair on west side.
Deer, Hogs, Dove.
No Minerals Convey.
ASKING $2995.00 PER ACRE OR $239,600.00
100 acres +- Falfurrias Texas
This City Ranch has paved frontage on both the North (FM 285) and South (FM 2191. The wet weather Cibolo Creek runs thru the east side of the property with a large pond on the SE corner.
Property is mostly all brush and does have some deer, javelin, and hogs on it.
City Water, Electricity and sewage is available if needed.
This place would make a perfect small ranch home site with the close amenities of town. It also has great potential for a development of smaller ranches, home sites, or commercial use on the highly used FM 285 frontage.
This is a great buy with lots of investment potential.
No Minerals and no current production on site.
Call Ryan Foster Today!
This is a 5-unit multifamily rental or income producing property investment in Falfurrias, Tx. There are 3 apartment units and 2 mobile homes situated on approximately .49 of an acre.
Three ( 3 ) units are 1BR/1BA units which contain approximately 560 sq. ft each and 2 units are 2BR/1 BA which contain approximately 800 sq. ft. each
City services available.
Henry CantuLobo Real Estate
$108,50031.5 acresFM 754, Falfurrias, TX78355 - Brooks County
OWNER FINANCING !!!
These 31.5 acres consist of approximately 95% all thick brush. Property has about 600 Ft., of Highway frontage facing FM 754.
No minerals, no water well on property, electric power lines run along FM 754. Cibolo Creek and Mesquite Lake cross thru the property. During heavy rains water holds for several months within creek/lake.
Deer, Hogs. Good hunting area for this small tract.
Needs fencing repair, property is partially fenced.
Since the brush is so thick, property is impassable by vehicle , Viewing inside of property only by walking property.
Owner Financing Available.
Henry CantuLobo Real Estate
$95,5000.89 acres3216 W. Highway 285, Falfurrias, TX78355 - Brooks County
PRICE REDUCED!!! PRICED TO SELL!! FOR SALE OR LEASE.
This property sits on .89 acre. Seller will lease at .75 per sq. ft. ( $900.00 Monthly ), for this 1200 sq. ft. building. Call Owner/Realtor for details.
Property is zoned commercial. It has a new roof, existing water well, completely fenced , has electric power, nighttime outdoor security lights, central AC/Heat, 2 bathrooms ( His and Hers ), BBQ Smokers, and a complete walk thru coolant to store and keep your beverages cold.
This building can make an excellent country store investment to serve the local residents as well as supplying hunters during the hunting season with all hunting supplies, deer corn, ice, beverages etc...
This location offers the investor exposure to thousa
AB#257 S#3 JJ GUERRA SH 1-B, PT TR#1 [Brooks County Appraisal Property ID is 2964].
200-Acre Hunting Ranch in Brooks County. Property offers a 4-foot fence at all property lines and is surrounded by larger tracts. A blacktop road leads to the entrance of the ranch. Electricity, Dish TV, phone and computer service are available. Water well on property, a hunting cabin and a carport. Ranch has live oak and mesquite trees along with other Texas native brush. Game seen on property include whitetail deer, javalinas, turkey, quail and hogs. Property is Year-Round Corn Fed.
123 acres of pristine hunting and retreat land. Dove, quail, turkey, deer, Javilina and hogs. Electricity present in 2 locations. Water well with irrigation. Custom built hunting cabin 12 feet off the ground with large deck surrounding the cabin. RV/Trailer hookups under cabin. Cabin has small refrigerator, granite counter, toilet and shower with instant hot water heater and residential septic system. The structure is overbuilt with stainless screws and multiple layers of insulation and is cooled by dual in wall a/c units. Downstairs there is an outdoor kitchen and 20 foot storage shipping container. Shooting range with steel targets out to 1000 yards. Backing up to El Coyote ranch south of FM 755 eliminates immigrant traffic. Minutes to Tr
The perfect deer ranch close to town. Only forty minutes from McAllen. This ranch is a long skinny rectangle that stretches East to West from Co Rd 309 to Co Rd 310. Game going North and South must cross this ranch. The deer population in this area is very high. The ranch in addition to deer, has turkeys, wild pigs, doves and quail. The ranch is covered with South Texas brush. The perfect home for the wild game that lives here. The fences on the ranch are in good shape. There are several ranch roads that transverse the whole property. Two new ponds were recently constructed. The owner has built a rifle range complete with shooting bench and berm for safety. There are several large Oak trees in the property that provide mast for th
Terry Urdal The Texas RanchmanEncore Fine Properties, LLC
$624,480208.15 acres0 Las Cuatas, Encino, TX78353 - Brooks County
Completely fenced 208.15ac with ponds(lakes 5-10 acres during wet years), hunting, cattle ranching/grazing, windmills, wildlife - native whitetail deer, javelinas, feral hogs, wild turkey, dove, quail, migratory ducks, squirrels, cotton tails, bobcats, coyotes - numbers vary. Possible timber & firewood revenue, as well as grazing and hunting. North half is covered by mostly thick Live Oak mott w hundreds of beautiful native Live Oaks, some over 100 years old. Southern half is open range land with mesquite trees & live oaks. Owner says he has hunted ducks on the ponds during wet years, and gas caught 5lb bass & other fish when full. Overflow from upstream reservoir and natural fish egg transfer by water fowl populate the ponds with fish. Ol
$100,00020 acres00 CR 401, Falfurrias, TX78355 - Brooks County
Unique Opportunity located on US Highway 281 just North of Falfurrias outside of city limits! Currently it offers three homes and a mobile home which are rentals. A commercial property that was Casa Blanca Burgers is also included. Lots of potential! Great rental income! All sitting on nearly 4.5 Acres. Lots of space! Could be ideal for truckers! Seller offers owner financing with $25,000 down at $99,900 sale price.
$56,90020.34 acres0 US Highway 281, Encino, TX78353 - Brooks County
20.34ac with Expr 281 frontage, affordably priced mixed brush and pasture land that has good bird hunting all around. Property can be used for agriculture, residential, or hunting. Has metal entry gate; Majority is fenced. Near the intersection of HWY 281 and Las Cuatas RD - County waterlines are nearby - Encino is only 45 minutes from the Rio Grande Valley and only 15 minutes from Falfurrias - Pasture land consists of coastal grass and can be grazed or bailed - Good native south Texas brush mixed with some live oak trees on the western back side - Can be hunted for whitetail but would be best suited for game birds and turkey.
$40,0007.82 acres00 CR 401, Falfurrias, TX78355 - Brooks County