Texas Cattle and Hunting Ranch Auction
26,867 Total Acres Offered in 22 Tracts and Combinations
Hudson Ranch | Wichita County, TX | 2% Buyers Broker Fee
May 12 10 AM CT
Minimum Opening Bid: $440 Per Acre Sells to Highest Bidder
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Adjoining over 1 Million Acres of BLM & State Land
This 160 Acre property near Rawlins, Wyoming is the ideal location for hunting, recreation, ranching or off-grid living.
Tucked away in a valley behind Separation Rim and Separation Point with incredible rock formation...
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...
Silver Creek Cove Ranch is located in the Highland Lakes area of the Texas Hill Country. It is approximately 50 miles northwest of Austin, 100 miles north of San Antonio, and 160 miles southwest of Dallas. The ranch is accessible via US Highway 2341, about 17 miles northwest...
Mason County is a county in Texas. It covers 932 square miles (596,646 acres), which represents zero percent of the state total. Of Texas's 254 counties, Mason County ranks 210th in terms of the size of its population (4,032, 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 shows that the average price-per-acre value of land for sale in Mason County is $3,876. The average list price of property and land for sale was $636,767 (the most expensive listing being for $17.2 million) and the median acreage of land for sale in Mason County was six acres. Land for sale in Mason County totaled 22,012 acres and $85.3 million in overall land value, with the city of Mason featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Mason County.
Land for sale including Recreational Property in Mason County Texas
LOCATION: This UBER-AMAZING 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 i
David CulverCulver/LANDTX, Inc.
$3,222,371888.93 acresLower Willow Creek Rd, Art, TX76820 - Mason County
This savana like country is a mixed woodland grassland ecosystem characterized by the trees being sufficiently widely spaced and is ideal for hunting and livestock. The east site has about 5,200 ft of seasonal Mulberry Creek and Mulberry Spring. The abundant wildlife consists of a well established herd of blackbuck antelope, native whitetail deer, turkey, dove and quail. Other water features include about 20 stock tanks and 3 water wells. There are abundant healthy large live oaks and post oaks scattered across the ranch with pockets of thick under brush.
This ranch is being offered as a whole and or in two parcels. East pasture being approx. 555+-/AC. West pasture being approx. 333+-/AC. East pasture offers a nice hunters cabin approx 1,0
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".
The Seller will convey all oil, gas and other minerals believed to be 100%.
This offering is contingent upon Seller entering into a binding contract for the purchase of
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
$1,250,00051.45 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.
$1,003,706168.69 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 little-visited, 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 uber-cool community, known as Tennis Town Texas. For more information
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.
$991,445220 acres1 Bed | 1 BathFredonia, TX76842 - Mason County
LOCATION: CR 386 about halfway between Mason and Fredonia, TX. Approximately 8 miles to either town.
IMPROVEMENTS: Basic 2 room cabin, game cleaning area and a game cooler, 2 wells, nice set of pens, cross fenced.
WATER: 2 wells 18GPM and 3GPM, several tanks
WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, turkey, and varmints are abundant on the ranch. One of the tanks is stocked with fish.
TERRAIN: Rolling with granite outcroppings to add interest.
PRICE: $4500/acre or $991,445
COMMENTS: This is a wonderful recreational property for get-aways that include fishing, hunting, riding 4 wheelers, etc. Climb around on the unique rock formations, sip coffee at sunrise on the porch, hunt deer and then clean, process, and
Gently rolling sandy loam to gravely clay loam with numerous granite outcroppings. Timbered in a variety of trees ranging from post oak, mesquite, live oak and a variety of native brush and prickly pear. There are two irregular shaped food plots with the balance in native pasture.
Approximately one-half of the fencing is new while the balance is older but in good condition. The ranch is fenced into two pastures and there is a modest set of working pens located in the southwest corner on Blackjack County Road.
The ranch has a water well equipped with a submersible pump and solar panel. There are two nice earthen stock tanks and several small spredder dams. Sol Creek traverses the western portion of the ranch. Sol Creek has some springs
Exceptional ranch acreage combines the best of both worlds- hilltop elevation changes, sandy loam bottom land and live water along 900 feet of frontage with year-round Threadgill Creek. Situated between Squaw and Threadgill Creeks in one of the prettiest areas of Mason County, this ranch offers many of the land features buyers are seeking and is in a desirable size and price range currently hard to find in this market location. Improvements include a rustic 1-room hunting cabin with electric, front porch and lean to shed for storage. Perimeter fenced w/ good road and trail access.
Ideal hunting or recreational ranch but with hilltop views and creek frontage you'd want to build a dream home or cabin on. Seller shall give buyer a $7500
Texas Hill Country at it's finest!!! Great combination ranch with gorgeous hillside views (home sites), excellent balance of wooded native pasture and improved grasses. Two equipped water wells and a earthen pond. Insulated 30x40 metal barn with covered extension, sheds, good set of metal working pens. Nice Oak Creek 3/2 mobile home, currently rented. Excellent location only minutes from Mason. Seldom does such a versatile property become available!
Helen DockalNine Bar Land & Cattle
$510,590135.83 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
$500,00025 acres4780 Bauerville Rd, Castell, TX76831 - Mason County
Beautiful small acreage on the Llano River with 1,850 ft +/- of frontage. Exceptional views along river on this wooded, sloping terrain to build a permanent residence or a weekend retreat. Water welland electricity in place.
OFFERED FOR SALE: $7000/ACRE
Find your piece of the Hill Country today! 62 acre property located North of Mason, Texas, less than an hour drive from Fredericksburg.
This is a great agricultural piece of land, and is also ideal for hunting white tail deer and dove. Includes irrigation equipment and two water wells; Sandy loam soils with good slope and possible potential for developing into a grape vineyard (Seller will furnish soil analysis). Cross fencing divides this property into two improved pastures, and all fences are in good condition.
Mineral rights available. This property has it all and would make a beautiful country homesite!
Call Kendra for more details (830) 998-7196
Michele "Mitch" Smith & AssociatesREATA RANCH REALTY, LLC
$400,00021 acres4255 Mas-O-Llan Road, Art, TX76820 - Mason County
Gently rolling reddish brown sandy loam with heavy cover of brush (white brush, persimmon, etc. with balance predominately mesquite timber and a few scattered live oaks. Excellent game habitat or could be cleared or partially cleared and seeded to native or improved grasses.
Perimeter is fenced with steel posts and barb wire. Fencing varies from good to fair condition.
The pristine Llano River constitutes the eastern property boundary. The river varies from a deep hole of water on the upper end to beautiful shallow rapids downstream. The beautiful Llano River provides tremendous recreational value from fishing to canoeing to kayaking to simply enjoying the sounds of running water.
There are two water wells (1- 5 g.p.m unequipped an
Mike DailMIKE DAIL REAL ESTATE
$339,0009 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1640 sqftHouse and 9 acres on the Rive, Art, TX76820 - Mason County
What a wonderful place this is! A nice home in excellent condition on the prettiest river in Texas, the Llano River. The water is clear and clean and flows right by this property. The acreage is wooded with trees and wildlife habitat, and there are extras like a guest cabin as well!
The home is a '99 model manufactured home of 1,640 square feet. It has 3 bedrooms plus an office adjoining the master bedroom. There are 2 full baths; the master bath is roomy and has a garden tub.
The den has a working fireplace with a blower. Lots of cabinets in the large kitchen, which also has an island and a serving bar. The dining room is on one side of the kitchen, and the breakfast area is on the other. Next to the breakfast area is the utility
Mike BarbourCross Bar Land Co.
Contact for Price4,040 acresMason, TX76849 - Mason County
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