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$5,499 20 acres
Cedar Springs, TX 76570 - Brewster County

Brewster County, 20 acres, Cedar Spings, TR: 6729

- Tract 6729 is situated only two miles south of Black Peak, providing a great view of the peak and a great opportunity for hikers to explore the area. For those that love national parks this parcel is only miles from Big Bend Valley National Park border, and only 14 miles from the Big Bend National Park visitor center. Terlingua Lodge is 17.2 miles away to the south of this parcel. A nice arroyo runs through bottom half of property. Dirt road access, other camps also in general vicinity. Photos shown within were taken at the actual tract. Property Details: County: Brewster County, TX Parcel ID: 21479 Size: 20 acres Terrain: Hilly/rolling land Access: Dirt road access Conveyance: Special Warranty Deed HOA Fees: $168.81 (2016
Kahlil Turner Land Pearl Ventures, LLC
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$7,995 40 acres
Marfa, TX 79845 - Presidio County

Deep In The Heart Of Texas! Scenic 40-acre Ranch In Presidio County

Title:Warranty Deed Listing ID:LC-1612-059750 Parcel Number:SSR_44 Location:Marfa, TX 79845 Zoning:Acreage, residential. No time limit to build Lot Size:40 Acres Road Access:Dirt road. No parcel is landlocked. Utilities:Power: Solar or Generator, Water: Well or Storage, Sewer: Septic Taxes:$250 GPS Coordinates presented here are based upon the best date we have accumulated, but are not exact. The information is for the purpose of locating your property only. Prior to building a fence or any structure on your land, you should contact a Texas licensed surveyor to mark the exact corners of your property. Settle down to a peaceful lifestyle! Enjoy the beauty of a large ranch in a growing and prosperous state. The prairies, mountains,
Land Century Land Century, LLC
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$41,637,500 16,655 acres
Hwy 17, Fort Davis, TX 79734 - Jeff Davis County

Lion Mountain Ranch

Lion Mountain Ranch, named for only one of the many peaks found on the ranch, is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire an historic ranch in the revered sky island Davis Mountains of Far West Texas. Rarely do ranches become available in in these mountains. This ranch has the wow factor! A unique opportunity offering incredible igneous rock features, flowing springs, creeks, lots of trees, great grasses, wildlife, hunting, over 1850 feet of topographic relief, easy access, good roads and nice improvements. The Lion Mountain Ranch is indeed a unique and special place. Location: The entrance to the ranch is located less than 15 miles from Ft. Davis on Hwy. 17 north. Airports available nearby are in Marfa and Alpine, both a
Republic Ranches, LLC Republic Ranches, LLC
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$24,965,919 45,393 acres
Fort Hancock, TX 79839 - Hudspeth County

Ranch on Top

Driving north from I-10 across lower desert ranchland, one can see an amazing escarpment approaching with the county road heading up to higher elevations. At the front gate where there is a wonderful transformation from desert into 5,000 foot lush grassland. The entire western and southern boundaries are steep rocky rims, falling 500 feet and creating spectacular views of area mountains including the Franklins, Organs, Cornudas, Guadalupes, Quitmans and distant mountains into New Mexico and Old Mexico. Ranch on Top has been reconfigured to its original acreage of 45,393 acres. Historically this ranch leased the adjoining University lands of 108,000 acres and has been a working headquarters for a huge cattle operation. An 8,400 by 100 foo
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$23,800,000 28,000 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths
Lobo Garren Rd, Van Horn, TX 79855 - Culberson County

Baeza Ranch

Size: 28,000 acres (more or less) Location: Culberson County Approximately 22 miles Southeast of Van Horn, Texas . About 15 miles off of Hwy 90 on a well maintained road. Description: This ranch is a large continuous cattle ranch currently running 400 AU with no supplemental feed. The ranch is well watered with modern solar wells,submergible, one windmill, several miles of pipelines, ample water troughs and storage. The solar will water the entire ranch as well as the house in the event of a power outage. The vegetation consist of native grasses: gramma grass, tobosa, cane bluestem, red lovegrass, and sacaton and native brush. Game and Wildlife: Game includes mule deer, antelope, aoudad sheep, occasional elk
David Dean Campo Bonito, LLC
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$20,533,600 25,667 acres
Longfellow Road, Fort Stockton, TX 79735 - Pecos County

Red Mill Ranch

Red Mill Ranch is Texas cow country at its finest and represents some of the best native and improved grasslands in West Texas. With 8 Section size improved Klein grass fields surrounded with native vegetation encircled by majestic hills and rock outcrops this 300 cow ranch is ready to go. The ranch is in the limestone hills of Pecos County just east of the Pine Hills with an average of 13 of rainfall annually. This is summer monsoon country with mild winters and wet summers that is perfect for growing and curing the rich grasslands. The topography of the ranch ranges from 5,020 feet at the top of steep limestone mountains to 3,805 feet along the broad Klein fields. Stunning views of mountain on all sides within the property to distant v
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$17,500,000 4,472 acres
Fort Davis, TX 79734 - Jeff Davis County

Livermore Ranch~Last of the Great Places

There are few truly great ranches available in Texas ranches that are intrinsically valuable, with unique geographic features and established wildlife resources ranches that are private and encompassing, yet still easily accessed and navigated, even among the challenging and aweinspiring mountainscapes of the region ranches that are true to the sky island ecosystem, and enjoyable for friends and family. Livermore Ranch is one of the last great places in Texas. Nestled in the heart of the Davis Mountains, and encompassing all of Brooks Mountain, Livermore Ranch is largely situated upon alpine topography and includes major to minor peaks, shear bluffs, notorious rock formations, deep shaded canyons, and large meadows which create a diverse
Tyler Jacobs Hall and Hall
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$15,315,796 10,244.68 acres
Alpine, TX 79830 - Brewster County

The West 10.2 Ranch

"The West 10.2 Ranch" offers you a rare opportunity to own one of the most scenic ranches in West Texas and only three miles from Alpine, often called the "Alps of Texas". This ranch offers the finest in gramma grass cattle country, gentle rolling hills, deep oak tree lined canyons to high rugged scenic mountains that abound in Desert Mule Deer, Antelope, Javelina, Turkey, Ferrell Hogs, and Blue Quail. Ideal for the large family or entertaining guests wanting a combination cattle and hunting ranch. The ranch offers nice accommodations with three homes, foreman's house and two bunk beds for ranch hands. You will enjoy the privacy and beauty of your ranch while being only minutes away from Alpine that offers fine dining, arts and craft st
John W. Carpenter Carpenter Real Estate
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$15,263,300 23,482 acres
Alpine, TX 79830 - Brewster County

23,482 acres Alpine, TX

There are few places in Texas where the legends of the old west and the landscapes that crafted them still combine to create a backdrop so stunning, so authentic, and so historic that yesterday becomes today and the Wild West still calls. Names like Whistler Mesa, Agua Fria Spring, Panther Draw, Horse Tank Draw, Black Ridge, Alamo Cesario Creek, Blackrock Draw, and Soda Spring Draw are names that still describe this historic ranch. Its also all about the water and the huge natural spring at the base of Agua Fria Mountain. Once the life blood of ancient cultures, today the crystal clear cool waters are distributed into a modern water system providing year-round water throughout the ranch. Located in the Chihuahuan Desert of Texas deep in the
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$12,500,000 27,000 acres
Sanderson, TX 79843 - Terrell County

27,000 acres Sanderson, TX

If you're looking for seclusion and relaxation this is the property for you. No city lights or traffic. Plenty of wildlife including Mule Deer, White Tail, Turkey, Hogs, Mt. Lion ,Variety of birds, excellent fishing on over 6 miles of the Rio Grande River making this property a Sportman's Haven. This land has a rock house that sleeps 10 comfortable with a sweet kitchen to cook up a storm. Elect and water through out the property. This property has unlimited ways to make money on this piece of land from a Corporate Hunting Retreat, developing the river frontage, a rock quarry or looking at energy resources on this property possibilites of oil or gas, bottling water plant. Looking for Investors to make that happen. If interested plea
Canda Rasberry Rasberry and Associates
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$12,500,000 26,860 acres
Dryden, TX 78851 - Terrell County

26680 ACRES TERRELL CO.

26860 ACRES TERRELL CO. HUNTING RANCH! OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE! This ranch has a lot to offer with 6 mile of river frontage and 12 water wells you will have some of the best hunting in the country! The elevation change alone makes this property feel even larger than life. There is 12 miles of electric on the ranch some of it to water well and the headquarters. The hunting here is second to none with whitetail, mule deer, turkey, large quail population, java Lena, and ton of predators. You can enjoy some of the best fishing down on the river. The scenery is breath taking with 3 large canyons running through the ranch. There are several large caves for you to enjoy exploring and find a lot of history! You can explore the rest of your life
Brian Clark RANCH PRO REAL ESTATE
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$12,500,000 26,860 acres
Dryden, TX 78851 - Terrell County

26,860 ACRES TERRELL CO. HUNTING RANCH

26,860 ACRES TERRELL CO. HUNTING RANCH! OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE! This ranch has a lot to offer with 6 mile of river frontage and 12 water wells you will have some of the best hunting in the country! The elevation change alone makes this property feel even larger than life. There is 12 miles of electric on the ranch some of it to water well and the headquarters. The hunting here is second to none with whitetail, mule deer, turkey, large quail population, java Lena, and ton of predators. You can enjoy some of the best fishing down on the river. The scenery is breath taking with 3 large canyons running through the ranch. There are several large caves for you to enjoy exploring and find a lot of history! You can explore the rest of your life
Brian Clark RANCH PRO REAL ESTATE
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$12,258,275 14,421.5 acres
Van Horn, TX 79855 - Culberson County

CHISPA MOUNTAIN RANCH

"Chispa Mountain Ranch" is located and easily accessed only 14 miles south of Interstate I-10 and Van Horn, TX and one mile off Highway 90 South leading to Marfa, TX. Chispa Mountain Ranch is one of the very few ranches encompassing almost 75%-80% of a scenic volcanic intrusive mountain range. The range offers a diversity of terrain and habitat ideal for both livestock and wildlife. The ranch is considered a good combination livestock ranch for crossbred mother cows and yearlings. Hunting is excellent for trophy Mule Deer, Aoudad Sheep, Blue Quail and Dove. Rocky Mountain Elk have been introduced to the mountain ranges to the north and east and elk have been cited numerous times on Chispa with numbers expected to grow. The rewards of
John W. Carpenter Carpenter Real Estate
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$10,454,495 11,681 acres
Highway 67, Marfa, TX 79843 - Presidio County

Black Hills Ranch

This is a working cattle and hunting ranch which has been in the same family for more than 80 years, making this a unique opportunity to own a heritage West Texas ranch. Black Hills Ranch is located in the Chihuahuan Desert of Texas, comprised of mid-elevation grasslands and scrubland of basin range topography between the Davis Mountains to the north, the Chinati Mountains to the west, and the Rio Grande River on the south. The ranch is located adjacent to large properties and has rugged but accessible hills with rock outcrops, as well as open flats, creating lots of interesting habitats. There are north and south entrances on Highway 67 with winding mountain roads through the Black Hills, creating access from one end to the other.
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$9,303,140 24,164 acres
Highway 90, Dryden, TX 78851 - Terrell County

Prairie Canyon Ranch

The main drainage across the northern half of the ranch is Prairie Canyon, named for the rich natural grasslands that once dominated this region. In fact, lesser prairie chickens were native to this ranch and the last one was seen in the 1980s, evidence of a rich mix of grassland and brush. This is land West of the Pecos, a region full of early Texas history, including Judge Roy Bean and his iron hand of the law, who ruled from nearby Langtry. Prehistoric people lived in limestone shelters on the ranch and a black bear pictograph can be clearly seen there today. The area is a recreation mecca for both whitetail and mule deer hunting or just prowling the canyons in search of adventure. This is a working ranch leased to a neighboring heritage
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$8,562,500 12,500 acres
Marfa, TX 79843 - Presidio County

12,500 acres Marfa, TX

Location The Quebec Ranch is located 25 miles west of Marfa, Texas, south of State Highway 90 near the 505 Valentine cutoff to the Davis Mountains. This ranch is equally accessible to Ft. Davis and Marfa. Acreage 12,500 acres in Presidio County. Description The Quebec Ranch is Texas cow country at its finest and represents some of the best Yucca Grasslands in the United States. It is part of the Marfa Plateau, a mile-high desert grassland of basin range topography between the Davis Mountains to the north and the Chinati/Sierra Viejas Mountains and Rio Grande River on the south and southwest. The views are stunning and the ranch overlooks the landscapes of the Davis Mountains, Chinati Mountains, Sierra Viejas Mountains, Capote Mou
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$8,250,000 10,000 acres
El Paso, TX 79901 - Hudspeth County

MILE HIGH HACIENDA AND RANCH

Mile High Lodge Offers Spectacular Opportunities The Highest House in Texas" is not the penthouse of the tallest condominium. The Mile High Lodge, a 6,500-square-foot hacienda on 10,000 acres in the Heuco Mountains, wins that honor. Just 30 minutes from downtown El Paso, the five-bedroom Spanish-style home has been immaculately renovated. From an observation deck, one can see the lights of El Paso and Mexico and New Mexico beyond. From a balcony or the hot tub, it is a great place to watch the sun set. In addition to being an incredible personal home, the estate at 375 Loma Linda Drive could be an income-producing property as a retreat, a lodge or conference center. Several weddings have been held there. On its 10,000 acres,
Kristy Bryant Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty
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$7,272,000 22,375.6 acres
Pumpville, TX 78837 - Terrell County

Adams Ranch

The Adams Ranch has been a treasured asset to a long time ranching family for over three generations. This scenic, working ranch encompasses 22,375.6 acres (more or less) and sits on the Val Verde/Terrell County line north of highway 90 near Pumpville. The Adams family and their heirs have long since been great stewards of the land. This is evidenced by the amount of quality forage that covers the ranch and by the continual improvements in fencing, pipelines, water troughs, solar panels, and various other ranch related improvements that have been made over the years. Water is readily available from 6 water wells scattered throughout the ranch. The wells range in depth from about 500-800 feet. The original ranch headquarters consists of two
Clay Whitehead Sewalt Lake Amistad Realty LLC
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$6,808,400 11,919 acres
Highway 90, Fort Stockton, TX 79735 - Pecos County

Rock House Draw Ranch

Rock House Draw Ranch was formally part of the Cerf Ranch and is naturally divided into two main drainages; Rock House Draw on the north with its old headquarters, and the headwaters of Independence Creek on the south where there have been substantial range, road, and fence improvements. The property is available at 11,919 +/- acres or can be divided into as many as four separate parcels (as shown on available map), allowing the purchase of 1197 to 5659 acres. The ranch is situated at the convergence of three biologically-distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the stat
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$6,697,680 13,468 acres
Highway 67, Fort Stockton, TX 79735 - Pecos County

Coyanosa Draw Ranch

12,177.60 Acres Owned and 1,290.83 Acres Leased in Pecos County, Texas. Description Coyanosa Draw Ranch's 12,177.6 owned acres and 1,290.83 leased acres represent a diverse landscape of deep bottom soils along the draw that carries the ranch name; broad gravelly flats, up into limestone hills with commanding views of many of the area mountain ranges, including the Del Norte, Glass, and Davis mountains. This cow country hunting ranch is very accessible, yet you can hide away in the many interesting secret draws and cover where you will find abundant populations of desert Mule Deer, Elk, dove, and the wily Blue Quail. The ranch has a tremendous road infrastructure and, with just a corner of the ranch located along Highway 67, it is very
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$5,935,553 10,900 acres
Highway 2400, Sanderson, TX 79848 - Terrell County

Highway 2400 Ranch

Highway 2400 Ranch is 10,900 acres, situated at the convergence of three biologically-distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the state. This is not flat plateau country with dissected canyons, but rather an extensive landscape of rolling hills, valleys and long canyons creating very scenic and amazingly beautiful views. North of Highway 2400, representing about a quarter of the land size, are the broad drainages of Big Canyon with excellent thick mesquite and hackberry draws. The Southern three quarters of the ranch is a series of juniper, mesquite and persimmon-covered hi
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$5,450,000 6,500 acres
48421 FM 2627, Marathon, TX 79842 - Brewster County

Stillwell Ranch- Historical West Texas Landmark

Welcome to Stillwell Ranch- this legendary West Texas landmark located in the Chihuahuan Desert is so rich in history one can only attempt to appreciate its past, present & future place in Texas history!! Location- This 6,500+/- acre ranch is located in Brewster County 45+/- miles south of Marathon & 7+/- miles north of Big Bend National Park's entrance on FM 2627!! Terrain- The ranch's diverse terrain ranges from scrub brush flats to gently rolling foothills up to rugged bluffs. Elevation ranges from 2200'-2500' offering distant panoramic views of Stillwell Mountain to the SE (3,500' elev.) & Santiago Peak to the NW (6,500' elev.). Maravillas Creek aimlessly traverses through the ranch for approx. 4 miles & along with Big Brushy Cany
Gary Helmcamp Tri-County Realty, LLC
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$5,068,800 10,240 acres
Fort Stockton, TX 79735 - Pecos County

10,240 acres Fort Stockton, TX

Ok Boys get our your checkbooks!!! If your looking for a top notch hunting and cattle ranch with minerals, this ranch is for you!!! 10,240 acres with a modest headquarters with a 2 bedroom 1 bath cabin, cattle pens, and 2 water wells. This ranch has free ranging Mule Deer , Elk, Javelina, Blue Quail and lots of Dove. There is 8 sections of Mineral Classified that goes with the sale of the ranch. Asking price $ 495.00 per acre
Ken & Samantha Burton Texas Home-Land Realty
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$4,829,220 9,756 acres 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2300 sqft
14 Goldwire Rd, Sanderson, TX 79848 - Terrell County

Texas Trans Pecos Ranch

This Texas Trans Pecos Ranch, just 4 miles northwest of Sanderson on Hwy 285, is a fantastic ranch with numerous mountain terrain, canyons, valleys and mesa tops. Bountiful Desert Mule Deer, White Tailed Deer, Elk, Audad, Turkey, & Quail makes it a perfect hunting retreat. Incredible mountain views of Mexico, Big Bend, & Davis Mountains. Plenty of Indian Mounds, Caves, Pictographs & Historic Sites. There is about 7 miles of Hwy 285 frontage with 4 different gates leading in to the ranch, which makes accessibility to all areas of the ranch very easy. 4 water wells, working pens, and ranch headquarters, and barns. New owner will receive 50% of the State classified minerals owned by the Texas General Land Office & and will another receive 50%
Gary Steele Keller Williams
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$4,590,000 10,800 acres
Highway 349, Dryden, TX 78851 - Terrell County

Rainbow Ranch

Rainbow Ranch was assembled by the current family of owners, starting in 1991 and today is a solid 10,800 acre block of rolling hills and huge limestone canyons with a diverse assemblage of native vegetation. The ranch is situated at the convergence of three biologically-distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the state. The north/south orientation of Highway 349 allows several entrances to different parts of the ranch and into a network of roads allowing access to both sides of the major canyons and along several internal smaller canyons and ridgetops. This is not flat
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$4,433,800 1,708 acres
Highway 17 and county road 206, Pecos, TX 79772 - Reeves County

Irrigated Farm Reeves County, Texas

1,708 total acres are in this farm with 1,316 of those acres are irrigated. There are 16 total wells on this farm and nine of them were drilled in 2014 and they are used to supply nine 2014 Reinke Pivots. All the pivots are powered by natural gas engines. The wells pump in excess of 1500-2000 gpm. Wells on average are about 550' feet deep and water stands at 240' feet. Alfalfa has been planted underneath the circles and producers are enjoying 10 tons to the acre yield with high RFV and proteins levels considered excellent. The soils on this farm are comprised of mostly class 1 and class 2 soils irrigated. Along with the pivots and wells there is a new modular home, two small machine sheds, 9,000 gallon capacity fuel container, and 30,000 f
Scott Esch Scott Esch Land and Realty
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$3,971,250 3,177 acres
Highway 90, Alpine, TX 79830 - Brewster County

HLB Pinon Ranch*REDUCED*

HLB Pinon Ranch is 3177 acres, located on Highway 90, east of Alpine, within the north slopes of the Del Norte Mountains and adjacent to the unique gated ranch community of Sierra La Rana with its maintained roads, underground electricity, and other amenities. The ranch has ownership of several hundred acres of land in several large platted lots within Sierra La Rana, designed for future home sites with utilities in place. Several thousand acres of adjacent ranchland offer mountains and grasslands for hunting and recreation. Stunning in beauty, with unequaled vistas of the entire region, HLB Pinon Ranch is a treasure with both convenience and seclusion. Its the perfect combination and located just minutes from Alpine, the gateway into th
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$3,788,100 1,403 acres
Alpine, TX 79830 - Brewster County

1,403 acres Alpine, TX

Famous for its unique red plume agate as well as black plume, golden plume, opal, and over 50 other kinds of agates and gemstones, the Woodward Ranch has a history of visitors who are rock collectors, nature lovers, hunters, hikers, birders, or just folks wanting to get away from it all. This eastern 1,403 acre part of the original ranch has a main gate fronting on Highway 118 and beautiful Ash Creek cutting through the middle for over a mile creating lush meadows and two large mountains. This is high Chihuahuan Desert grasslands and riparian woodlands studded with interesting outcrops of rocks and large trees, creating a scenic wonderland. Panther Rock Ranch has an old building site with amazing views toward Elephant Mountain and down C
Tammy, James, & Harrison King King Land & Water LLC
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$3,561,075 5,985 acres
South Hwy 118, Alpine, TX 79830 - Brewster County

East Rim Ranch

East Rim Ranch, approx. 5985 surveyed acres. Just south of the Elephant Mountain Wildlife Managment area. Approx 4 miles of Hwy 118 frontage insure good access. Power runs thru the ranch ending at a newly equipped 25 GPM well. Elevations that run up to 4200'. Outstanding mountain views. Terrain is varied ranging from level soil areas to very hilly terrain in the limestone/shale hills with deep brushy draws that offer excellent cover for Desert Mule Deer, Javelina and Elk, which have been moving into the area the last 4 years. Good number of Blue Quail, and offers some excellent Dove hunting. Wet Weather Calamity Creek runs thru the ranch, there are several areas along the creek with trees that offer more cover and habitat for the local wil
Don Houser West Texas Ranch Realty
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$2,800,000 8,365 acres
Cornudas, TX 79847 - Hudspeth County

Rancho Buena Vista

SIZE: 8364.87 ACRES PRICE: $2.8 million or approx. $335/acre LOCATION: 3 miles northeast of Cornudas and U.S. Hwy 62/180 and about 50 miles east of El Paso in Hudspeth County, Texas. DESCRIPTION: The ranch has about 25% level to gently sloping country at around 4400 feet with low desert brush and scattered bunch grass. The many shallow draws that drain the mountains have yucca, Spanish dagger and good native grasses. About 75% of the ranch is rolling hills and canyons with steep mountains up to 5600 feet. The mountain country has a good cover of gramma grasses as well as ocotillo, Spanish dagger and yucca. The long canyons are accessible and make for ideal hunting. Buena Vista is watered by a well equipped with a solar pump, stora
Chip Cole & Associates, Ranch Brokers