Cattle Country, Highly Improved and Productive Pastures, good fences. Average rainfall around 45 inches per year, lots of grass!!. .....60 minutes from downtown Dallas to Texas Heaven..... Modern Home, Pool, 100x50 Hay barn, Ponds and Rolling hills, Mature oak trees, 35 acre...
Northeastern Arizona is land of scenic vistas, clean mountain air and quiet seclusion. It is home to free roaming herds of elk, deer and antelope which feed on its rich native range grasses and find shelter within its evergreen woodlands. Horizon Ranch is a small collection ...
Only Minutes to Walsenburg & Lathrop State Park
Gentle treed slope to the South multiple open spaces for multiple building spots.
Access Road Frontage along the North boundary of the property. Seasonal Creek along the Southern boundary of the property.
NO HOA, Coven...
Located in the beautiful Hudson Valley, just 7 miles off the NY State Thruway. This old farm is only 18 miles south of Albany and less than 2 hours from the GW Bridge, these properties are priced at 50% BELOW MARKET. The completely wooded parcel has the most amazing building...
The quality and variety of Texas hunting land is as diverse as the state itself. Based on recent internal data, the average price of hunting land for sale in Mason County ($167,284) was cheaper than the statewide average for Texas hunting land for sale. The average size of hunting land for sale in Mason County (394 acres) was also less than the state average for Texas hunting land for sale. Browse all Mason County hunting land for sale on Lands of America to find the hunting tract that suits your hunting and outdoor-recreation interests, whether you're an individual looking to invest in hunting land for future use or commercial operation looking for land on which to expand your hunting business.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Mason County Texas
The Rock Head Ranch, located just 20 miles southwest of Mason, Texas, offers all the attributes appreciated by ranchers and wildlife enthusiasts alike. This 4,040 acre high fenced ranch is comprised of fertile fields, gently rolling topography, and breathtaking views atop 300 ft plateaus. Edwards Draw meanders through the property in a northerly direction shaping the landscape for centuries while providing numerous springs and watering holes for wildlife use and aquatic recreation. The ranch is cross fenced into 7 pastures, including a 350 acre high fenced exotic pasture. Intensively managed for White-tailed Deer over past 18 years, wildlife abounds on the Rock Head Ranch. Other game species include Axis Deer, Fallow Deer, Aoudad, Bl
duPerier Texas Land ManduPerier Texas Land Man
$499,500135.83 acresRR 1871, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
Approx. 135.827 acres being the east part out of a 275 acre ranch. Paved access on RR 1871. Approx. 12 miles southwest of Mason. Mostly live oak and cedar hill country with other native brush. Windmill with concrete storage reservoir but well is equipped with electric pump. Hunter's compound consisting of several portable buildings and one main facility with water and electric. Pole shed and steel livestock pens. Fenced on 3 sides. Fantastic deer, turkey and hog hunting. Ag valuation. Minerals.
Mark LehmbergLehmberg Realty
$4,500,000312 acres1070 Tullos Lane, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
LOCATION: This UBERAMAZING site is located on West Simonsville Road, about 1.5 miles off paved Simonsville Road, 7 miles south of the Courthouse Square in Mason, Texas. Rapidly becoming a prized address for many reasons, Mason boasts good restaurants, shops, culture, schools, medical and general services and supplies, and is widely known as Tennis Town Texas due to the unique and highly successful tennis program at Mason High School. For more information on the City of Mason go to [link removed] or for information on Mason County, go to [link removed].
This legendary ranch once belonged to Fred Gipson, famed author of the classics Old Yeller and Savage Sam, who died in the old house overlooking the river in 1973. The area is steeped in
David CulverCulver/LANDTX, Inc.
$3,553,8751,093 acres12332 Highway 29 West, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
This nicely shaped ranch lies at the end of Ten Mile Road, about one mile north of TX 29, and 12 miles NW of Mason. Access is all-weather, via about 1.5 miles down Ten Mile Road, then a short distance on an easement road (abandoned county road), and Mason is less than a 15 minute drive from the front gate. Neighbors are larger, and there are no subdivisions in the immediate area, and no easements through the ranch.
Nearby Mason is a prized Hill Country destination, known for its unique population of hard working and creative folks, and stunningly beautiful Courthouse Square. Good restaurants, banks, medical services, supplies and groceries are readily available in this uber-cool community, known as Tennis Town Texas. For more informati
David CulverCulver/LANDTX, Inc.
$2,800,000321 acres4 Beds | 4 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 4500 sqft1511 Sandy Lane Road, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
LOCATION: Northwest of Mason Texas approximately 2.5 miles from highway 87 with access via a county road and private road.
IMPROVEMENTS: Beautiful family compound with a gorgeous main house, cabin, bunkhouse, pool, and outdoor cooking area that are all connected. Main home is over 3000 square feet and includes a large master suite, an office, mud room, and top of the line amenities. The bunkhouse is appr 680 square feet and sleeps 6. The cabin is really a fabulous 2 bedroom 2 bath home with top notch features. Nice barn/shop that includes 220 wiring, horse stalls, greenhouse, chicken coop, and pipe corrals.
WATER: Excellent underground water; one 190 ft deep well with water at 160 feet; produces 12 gpm
WILDLIFE: Lots of dee
This beautiful ranch is gently rolling to slightly rough with some outstanding granite outcroppings. A variety of timber ranges from live oak, post oak, mesquite and native brush. The ranch is well fenced with barb wire on steel posts and consists of 2 pastures,a field and trap.
The North Fork of the San Fernando Creek traverses the northern portion of the ranch. A water well equipped with a pump, solar panel and trough/reservoir provides a permanent water source.
There is an abundance of deer, turkey and hogs with some dove and quail that call the ranch "home".
This offering is contingent upon Seller entering into a binding contract for the purchase of a 1031 tax-deferred exchange for a replacement property.
This scenic ranch i
Mike DailMIKE DAIL REAL ESTATE
$1,845,000355 acresNW hwy 29, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
Awesome views! This beautiful 355 ac ranch west of Mason boasts an 8' game-proof perimeter fence. Entrances on Hwy 29 and RR 1222 would make this an ideal property to subdivide or keep intact. Great water wells on the ranch (27 GPM house/barn) & (50+ GPM services 2 of 5 tanks located throughout the ranch). Gentle roll w/deep draws and elevation changes up to 2000'. Good roads, crushed granite entrances, tremendous home-site. Very little cedar. Barndominium w/all amenities of home. Custom shooting range, skinning rack & storage barn. Blackbuck, Axis, Whitetail, Turkey & Dove. MLD Level 3. Seller is currently enlarging living quarters of Barndominium and will complete the project prior to closing. Current animal count available upon request.
Randy KruseKruse Ranches
$1,810,000517 acres1 Bed | 1 BathMason, TX76856 - Mason County
Tri County Ranch
Located in a one of a kind location, Mason, Menard & McCuloch counties meet in northwest section of the ranch. With both sides of Calf Creek this property offers plentiful water and large hardwoods, including varieties of oak, elm, pecan, mesquite and cedar. Fixer upper ranch house with windmill well, stock tank and trough. There are also two blinds and two feeders. Completely perimeter fenced with highway frontage on FM 1311 you are with 20 minutes of Brady, and 30 minutes from Mason or Menard. Call us today for your private showing.
Zac KerbowKERBOW LAND COMPANY
$1,250,00051.45 acres8773 Lower Willow Creek Rd, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
LOCATION: This site is located several miles east of US 87 on allweather Lower Willow Creek Road, maintained by Mason County, in southern Mason County. The parcel is split by the road into two parcels, both fenced, with the southern boundary being about 1,017 on the main Llano River. Adjoiners range from 20 acres up to several hundred acres across river, and hunting, stock ranching and river recreation are the primary activities in this area.
Nearby Mason is a prized Hill Country destination, known for its unique population of hard working and creative folks, and stunningly beautiful Courthouse Square. Good restaurants, banks, medical services, supplies and groceries are readily available in this ubercool community, known as Tennis Tow
David CulverCulver/LANDTX, Inc.
$1,150,000134.9 acres2 Beds | 1 Bath | 1600 sqft2246 Art Hedwigs Hill rd, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
Prime property boasting great location being 10 miles from Mason city limits and just the right distance off the highway to offer the peaceful seclusion of Hill Country living.134.936 acres with a ranch style home and outbuildings. Fertile soils, nice Coastal Bermuda grass field as you enter the property. 15 gpm water well. Hill top views and good fences. Nice set of working pens and some metal horse stalls. Surface water everywhere with 7 ponds on the property. Main house is 2/1 with new double pane windows, covered parking area and large covered porch. Additional housing is provided in a 3/2 lodge that is nicely done and a hunting cabin. Built in cooler for deer storage, nice shop area an lots of other storage. A great property with lots
Randy KruseKruse Ranches
$1,092,000168.69 acres4894 Leon Creek Rd., Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
LOCATION: This site is located about 12 miles west of Mason in the rugged Leon Creek watershed, one of the strongest flowing creeks known in the area. The location is about 5 miles down a well maintained private easement road, which dead ends at an electric gate. The area is secluded and littlevisited, and is bursting with legend and lore, as well as Native American artifacts (known petroglyphs in the area).
Nearby Mason is a prized Hill Country destination, known for its unique population of hard working and creative folks, and stunningly beautiful Courthouse Square. Good restaurants, banks, medical services, supplies and groceries are readily available in this ubercool community, known as Tennis Town Texas. For more information on
David CulverCulver/LANDTX, Inc.
$995,00020 acres8773 Lower Willow Creek Road, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
LOCATION: This site is located several miles east of US 87 on allweather Lower Willow Creek Road, maintained by Mason County, in southern Mason County. The parcel fronts the road to the north, and the southern boundary is about 1,017 on the north bank of the main Llano River. Adjoiners range from 13 acres up to several hundred acres across river, and hunting, stock ranching and river recreation are the primary activities in this area.
Nearby Mason is a prized Hill Country destination, known for its unique population of hard working and creative folks, and stunningly beautiful Courthouse Square. Good restaurants, banks, medical services, supplies and groceries are readily available in this ubercool community, known as Tennis Town Texas.
David CulverCulver/LANDTX, Inc.
$897,750189 acres8380 HWY 377, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
What are you looking for...Vineyard, Pecan orchard, hay production, hunting, ranching, home sites? Whatever you want this property can deliver. Nestled in the rolling terrain North of Streeter in Mason County, the land was once used in peanut production but now is covered in coastal Bermuda and native grasses with old growth liveoaks and mesquite dotting the landscape. Wet weather Little Bluff Creek traverses the property and two outstanding Hickory irrigation wells stand ready to provide as much water as you need. Electricity crosses the property in close proximity to outstanding home sites overlooking the surrounding valleys. This area is known for its' outstanding water resources and fertile sandy loam soils. Several well known vin
Fort Mason Real EstateFORT MASON REAL ESTATE
$867,200128 acresBucks Run Road, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
Exceptional secluded ranch -outstanding topography-dramatic hill top views, (home sites), sandy loam soils, heavy native hardwoods, predominately live oak, and an excellent grass turf. There are several outstanding home sites that afford eye popping views of House Mountain to the southeast, and the Llano River Valley to the northwest. Wildlife is prolific. Water is provided by one equipped water well, one dirt pond. There is electricity at front and back of property and the ranch is perimeter fenced except for approximately one quarter mile on the western perimeter. This is a unique and intriguing ranch with a long history of ownership by the same family and being strategically located between the destination town of Fredericksburg and the
Helen DockalNine Bar Land & Cattle
$588,90029.94 acres5 Beds | 4 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 3134 sqft3491 Franks Road, Mason, TX76856 - Mason County
WONDERFUL country home and acreage north of Fredericksburg and Cherry Springs on property that rarely becomes available to the general public. Land in this area tends to stay in the same families for generations. Open floor plan with large rooms and high ceilings. Beautiful floor to ceiling wood burning fireplace in Great Room built from native stone harvested in the vacinity. Open walk way on second floor overlooking the Great Room.
This is a unique opportunity to acquire a very special country property for use as a permanent residence, pending retirement home, or a weekend retreat. An virtural oasis with beautifully landscaped grounds. stone patio, and stone wall courtyard to provide pleasure and privacy. 40' X 30' metal buildi
Arthur Mandry, JrKeller Williams Kerrville
$582,75077 acresHickory Grove Road, Art, TX76820 - Mason County
This ranch has a nice combination of an old field and a scenic rolling terrain. There are several nice building sites with great views, and a scenic wet weather creek. The front portion of the ranch is an old field that could easily be put back into production as a hay field, or for wildlife food plots. The back portion of the ranch is very private and has a nice combination of live oak trees and post oak trees, along with some nice granite outcroppings. There are several hill top building sites with panoramic views. There are some nice elevation changes and numerous unique granite outcroppings. Electrical service is in place as well as a water well. This size ranch is hard to find in an area where there are no nearby subdivision. Hun