Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
Perfect for hunting, weekend retreat or primary residence.
House is functional yet needs attention.
Value is in land.
Easy access to triplex.
Family owned so we can owner finance the property for you....
Serious hunters will recognize this land as the PERFECT HABITAT for small game, deer and waterfowl! Meadows in front with scattered apple trees and hardwood forest in back with 1,500 feet of frontage on A 64 acre lake which is LOADED WITH TROPHY LARGEMOUGH BASS! A huge bea...
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McAlester Lake Ranch runs 1500 cows. 5 homes & many improvements.
Acres: 7,500 +/- ACRES
Price: $2,250 per acre
Location: S.E. Oklahoma, Pittsburg County, 10 miles North of McAlester and joins the North side of Lake McAlester. It is centrally l...
Frio County is located in Texas. The county covers 1,134 square miles (726,010 acres), which represents zero percent of the state total. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Frio County ranks 127th in terms of the size of its population (18,793, according to 2015 Census estimates). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Texas. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Frio County at $3,123 per acre. The average list price of property and land for sale was $1,276,527 (the most expensive listing being for $7.0 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Frio County was 158 acres. Land for sale in Frio County totaled 18,392 acres and $57.4 million in overall land value, with the city of Dilley featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Frio County.
Land for sale including Farms in Frio County Texas
OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE!
MINERALS AVAILABLE !
This would have to be one of the most unique ranches on the market in South Texas. This "TURN-KEY" property offers a magnificent combination of wonderful topography, excellent wildlife habitat, great improvements and convenient location. SELLER MAY CONSIDER DIVIDING.
The main feature of the property would have to be the overall diversity. The rolling topography offers beautiful views from on top of the hills and the deep draws and low lands are loaded with hundreds of Live Oaks. The majority of property is mostly native brush consisting of a verity of species such as blackbrush, guajillo, guayacan, persimmon, granjeno and prickly pear. There is a healthy balance of open country with sp
Johnny CavazosThe Texas Ranch Company LLC
$3,180,000640 acresPearsall, TX78061 - Frio County
This is truly a unique opportunity to own an outstanding property that offers a variety of uses. This ranch is set up and ready to go for commercial hay production and a cattle operation. Along with the income possibilities the recreational value is incredible with outstanding dove & duck hunting along with good native deer and fishing.
Whether you are looking for a productive hay farm or to run an extensive cattle operation or both, this is the ranch for you.
The main recreational feature to this ranch would be the beautiful 62 +/- acre lake. The lake was constructed less than 10 years ago with careful consideration and planning by one of the top lake builders in South Texas. The unique features of having excellent subsurface
Johnny CavazosThe Texas Ranch Company LLC
$2,987,000997 acresRussell Ranch, Dilley, TX78017 - Frio County
RANCH NAME: Russell Ranch
ADDRESS: 10120 CR 4670
IMPROVEMENTS: 5000 square foot shop with concrete slab, 3 phase power, 16` roll up doors
bunkroom for 20 hunters
3 bed/2 bath double wide mobile home with deck and pool
9000+ square feet of open sided shed storage
New to fairly new 5 wire barbed wire fence all around except 1 side new high fence
EASEMENTS: of record
TAXES: $3000 +/- annually
MINERALS: 1/8th of 8/8ths of both royalty and executive rights.
TERRAIN: Level to gently undulating red sandy loam soil with heavy native brush that does not appear to have been chained or rootplowed. As diverse a brush population as you will find with many of the most desirable brush species for both browse and cove
Charles A. Beever IIIPhyllis Browning Land & Ranch Co
Located on the Zavala/Frio county line; this area is known for its diverse terrain, good Carrizo water and excellent hunting.
This 1300 acre secluded ranch has all the key ingredients in place to become an outstanding recreational hunting property. Highly diverse, the property features some of the best views in all of South Texas. In addition to the higher elevations, there are also several drainages and draws that are loaded with thick native brush containing species such as Blackbrush, Guajillo, Guayacon, Persimmon, Granjeno and Whitebrush . This ranch has great whitetail genetics and has not been hunted in over 6 years. Other wildlife includes, Javelina, Turkey, Hogs, Dove and Quail.
The property is high fenced with 1 Carrizo w
Moore 502 Ranch
Located just a short 45 minute drive south on IH-35 from downtown San Antonio is a 502 +/- acre unique ranch with century oak trees and south Texas brush! This is truly a one-of-a kind property that has unlimited possibilities. The Moore Water Plant releases between 15,000 and 70,000 gallons of clean water per day into Moore Hollow Creek that traverses through the ranch creating unparalleled water potential. This water is a key component in the wildlife habitat and brush diversity. This ranch hosts an abundance of wildlife and has numerous ranching and recreational possibilities. The layout and location of this property make it an excellent choice for a weekend get-a-way or home site for any poten
Damon Thorpe or Steve MaberyBlackBrush Properties, LLC
$1,860,000194 acres2 Beds | 2 Baths | 2100 sqft12966 FM 472, Bigfoot, TX78005 - Frio County
This productive and beautiful piece of farmland is located just south of Bigfoot with frontage on FM 472.
Almost 80% of the land is irrigated and supplied with ample amounts of water. The entire property consists of 194 acres with five center pivots covering 165 acres under pivot.
This farm comes with a picturesque 2,100 square foot home. The house was originally built in 2006 and then went under a major renovation in 2015 adding a master bedroom and mud room. The house is made up of white rock on the outside with cedar wood accents. Inside, you will find a wonderful open floorplan consisting of two bedrooms and two baths with lots of character. The living room has vaulted ceilings with a cedar beam running throughout and, not to mentio
Located between Moore and Pearsall on CR 2415 and CR 2410 (San Miguel Rd)east of FM 2779, this Tract features a mix of Irrigated Farm (Approx. 100 acres), Dry land farm, pasture land with light regrowth and some native brush for hunting.
The current owner has 100 acres under pivot planted in coastal, serviced by a Carrizo well powered by a 240 hp John Deere Diesel Generator with a 12" casing that produces approx. 1100 GPM. . Extremely well watered, this property features 7 stock tanks, from which 5 can be pumped into from the well. Property is fenced and cross fenced into 7 pastures to allow for proper rotation of cattle.
Electricity is on the property.
Lots of potential, this property would make a fantastic cattle ranch, Bird Hu
Brandon ScottThe Texas Ranch Company LLC
$1,450,000286 acres6298 W Hwy 85, Dilley, TX78017 - Frio County
Indulge in the ultimate hunters paradise, at this high fenced game ranch. A plentiful array of whitetail, axis, elk, black buck, aoudad, mouflan, Texas dall sheep, and black Hawaiian sheep roam the native South Texas brush. Adding to this has it all hunting ranch, is a storage building complete with cleaning station and a state of the art deer breeding and working facility with 5 separate deer pens. Interior roads and senderos make navigation of the level land easy, while 3 tanks provide ample water for the abundant game. Three separately fenced pastures that were once irrigated are located at the north end of the property. Rounding out the 286 acres is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch house with 2 living areas and an office area.
Experienced AgentsRuple Properties
$1,052,62716.11 acresDilley, TX78017 - Frio County
1/4 mile East of IH-35, South of Hwy 117, behind planned Dilley Motor Inn.
Water, electricity and sewer available to property.
Can be divided.
Recently annexed to City of Dilley, Frio County. Excellent location for commercial development.
Dan W. Kinsel IIIDan W. Kinsel III Ranch Broker, LLC
140 Acres in Frio County just minutes to Dilley, Texas, and only 1 hour 15 minutes to San Antonio!
County Road access, thick, thick brush, red sand, two cabins with electricity and septic!! 5 Stock tanks, one large lake! Several tanks have piped water to fill and supplement. Two water wells, one large high capacity irrigation well, and one small domestic well. 22 RV hookups with 50 amp power! Great food plots, road system, blinds and feeders ready to go!!! Great hunting and tons of deer, pigs, dove, quail and turkey!!
Also, WOW, some minerals seller will convey!!! Call Jeff Soele: 210-705-4013.
Total Acres: 140
Water: Lake, Stock Tanks, Water Wells
Nearest City: Dilley
This is the ideal property for the dove hunting enthusiast. Located in close proximity to several irrigated farms, the dove hunting is fantastic.
The property is mostly brush with excellent rid dirt soil. There is one water well which provides water to 3 water troughs for livestock and game. The property is square in shape with the North and West side high fenced, the South and East side are low fenced.
This is a great cattle/hunting property. Wildlife consist of whitetail deer, hogs, turkey and dove & quail.
50 Acres HARRIS FARMS - Frio County
CR 2729, Bigfoot, TX 78005
DESCRIPTION: Harris Farms is a serene, manicured ranch that caters to horses or animals of choice with an array of nice ranch improvements and level, cleared land with scattered native trees.
IMPROVEMENTS: There is a main home and pool, detached garage plus a staff manufactured home. The brick one-story home features 4 bedrooms and 2 baths.Ranch improvements include a 7-horse barn, hay barn, additional sheds, and low fencing with electric front gate.
WATER: There is one water well and one tank. Within the Evergreen Underground Water District.
SCHOOLS: Devine I.S.D.
TAXES: Exempt. See broker for details.
Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc.Dullnig Ranches/ Kuper Sotheby's
$250,00022.08 acres917 CR 2400, Moore, TX78057 - Frio County
Awesome cabin overlooking a pond! What a great place to get away and relax. Enjoy a day of fishing or hunting and then relax on the covered deck at the cabin. The cabin is approximately 1500 sf and has 3 bedrooms and one bath. The pond is approximately 1.5 acres and is stocked with perch, bass, and catfish! Dove hunting can be amazing around the pond and this area is also known for quality whitetail and plenty of turkeys. There is great access off CR 2400 approximately 12 miles south of Devine and less than 1 hr from San Antonio. The San Miguel Creek traverses the property from north to south and provides fertile bottom land, giant oak trees, and other hardwoods. The front of the property is currently planted in coastal and klein gras
Great hunting property with easy access and both sides of the San Miguel Creek! Dove hunting can be amazing and this area is also known for quality whitetail and plenty of turkey. There is great access off CR 2400 approximately 12 miles south of Devine and less than 1 hr from San Antonio. The San Miguel Creek traverses the property from north to south and provides fertile bottom land, giant oak trees and other hardwoods. The remainder of the ranch is covered in typical south Texas brush. There are several small ponds along the creek that hold water well.
Electricity runs through the ranch so all that is needed is a meter loop The seller has water run to the property from the adjacent property to the north which
Neil SchneiderWhitetail Properties
$125,00018.49 acres1950 W FM 462, Moore, TX78057 - Frio County
18.49 acres of prime real estate located off of FM 462 in Moore. This property is perfect for building your dream home or as a recreational property, and boasts a large population of game including deer, hogs and dove. There is a small tank and there is already a septic tank and a meter pole in place.
Brad BoydBrush Country Real Estate, Ltd.
$1,485,00089.67 acresIH 35 Access Road, Moore, TX78057 - Frio County
The frontage of this property (1,376') and accessibility to the Eagle Ford area both towards Batesville on Hwy 57 and south towards Pearsall/Cotulla make this property a great location for commercial development. Property has utilities on the frontage and a powerline along the entire length of the back property line.
The land is adjacent to oilfield service company yards already and would be divisible in not less than thirds (Approx 30 acres each).
The brush is a mix of thorny scrub typical to the area.
Mike PetterMike Petter, Broker
$790,000172 acresCR 2450, Moore, TX78057 - Frio County
NEW PRICE! Call! Known and current gas production on site since 1956. NE Frio County ag/mineral property between Pearsall & Pleasanton. Ideal location and shape (square) with mineral activity in the area and on site. Up to 50% of the mineral estate is available to convey with the surface land, home and improvements. 3 water wells on land including one carrizo well, level fertile soft land makes an excellent pivot irrigation farming opportunity. Very strong, high quality fencing and cross-fenced acreage. Currently there is one producing gas well on the property - active since 1956. MINERALS: Owner will convey up to 50% of minerals owned, negotiable with offer. TAXES: currently agricultural exemption status. Seller anxious to see reasonable
Dale Pearson, MBANWSA Realty
$89,5008.34 acresSouth Pecan ST, Pearsall, TX78061 - Frio County
This property has 575.36' frontage on South Pecan Street, and 224.33' frontage on Haynes Street, on the SE side of Pearsall, within the Pearsall city limits. It was all brush but owners have cleared and stacked much of the brush, leaving some of the bigger mesquite trees. City hall says city water and sewer are available to this property. No minerals are included, and owner is not interested in dividing. 1-11-16: This just in! Owner will consider financing with $10,000 down! Call today!