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...
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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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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...
Located in Texas, 1,073-square-mile McCulloch County accounts for less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of Texas's 254 counties, McCulloch County ranks 178th in terms of the size of its population (8,341, according to 2015 Census estimates). Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land for sale in McCulloch County at $2,845 per acre. The average list price of property and land for sale was $789,758 (the most expensive listing being for $10.3 million) and the median land-parcel size was 21 acres. Land for sale in McCulloch County totaled 55,243 acres and $157.2 million in overall land value, with the city of Brady featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in McCulloch County.
Land for sale including Riverfront Property in McCulloch County Texas
History: The Hon John Beasley, the 1st county judge of McCulloch County, settled on this ranch in 1861. John, his wife Mary (Guess) Beasley raised 9 children on the ranch and three of the boys started the first bank in the area, The Bank of Mercury. John Beasley passed away on June 28, 1883 and his wife, Mary passed away in 1901. They were a very successful and well respected family and the Beasley Family Cemetery is located on the ranch. Beasley Crossing was located along a stretch of the Colorado River and, in 1896, the Brownwood to Brady stagecoach built a bridge to cross the Colorado and the remains of the bridge sit along both sides of the Colorado on this ranch.
Location: This beautiful 2189 acre cattle and hunting ranch is locat
Stuart TuckerStuart Tucker Ranch Sales
$3,995,0001,143 acres2 Beds | 1 BathDoole, TX76836 - McCulloch County
This scenic McCulloch County ranch is a superb combination of abundant wildlife and live water. The available acreage is part of a larger ranch, therefore the buyer and seller will split the cost of a new fence on the property line. The ranch is a total of 1,143 +/- acres, and is predominately high fenced, with rolling hills, excellent mesquite and mixed brushes. The river bottom contains live oak trees and other large timbers, which provide thick cover for wildlife. The 27+/- acre cultivated field has the potential to serve as a food plot or a strategic location for bird hunting as it is in close proximity to the river. The most impressive feature of the ranch is the 2 +/- miles of both sides of the Colorado River. There are plenty of deep
Ken HoersterTEXAS RANCHES FOR SALE
$3,990,0001,140 acresDoole, TX76836 - McCulloch County
1140 +/- acres near Doole, Texas off FM 765 2 miles of Colorado River frontage ( both sides of river)
Terrain: Rolling hills with mixed brushes and sandy loam soil. One small cultivated field. Large oak trees along river bottom.
Improvements: 2 bedroom 1 bath house/cabin with metal roof and siding. Skinning area for deer and walk-in cooler.
Water: Millersview-Doole rural water meter and 2 miles of Colorado River frontage ( 1 mile each side)
Minerals: Seller will look at conveying a portion of the minerals.
Fence: This ranch will is surveyed out of a larger ranch, therefore, buyer and seller will agree on splitting a new high fence on property line. Majority of the exterior is high fence.
Remarks: This will make a g
$3,150,000750 acres1500 FM 765, Rochelle, TX76872 - McCulloch County
Location: This beautiful 750 acre Colorado River ranch is located half way between Brownwood and Brady at the border of McCulloch and San Saba counties with the southern boundary being one mile fronting FM 765 and the northern boundary being 1 mile that fronts the Colorado River.
Description: The owner is motivated to sell and might consider a reasonable offer. This beautiful, high fenced, very well watered ranch has stunning scenery along the Colorado River bottom covered in giant live oak, spanish oak, pecan, and elm trees and the entire ranch is covered in live oaks and native mesquite trees with native bunch grasses throughout the ranch. This is an extremely well watered ranch and perhaps the main water feature is beautiful Deep
Stuart TuckerStuart Tucker Ranch Sales
$2,995,000225 acresVoca, TX76887 - McCulloch County
SIZE: 225 Acres
LOCATION: Voca, Texas. 11-miles east of Brady, TX. Located in McCulloch County
GENERAL: 225+/- acres with approximately mile of San Saba River with the low side of the river and one of the deepest holes. There is an artesian well that flows into a pond. Hay barn and covered working pens.
IMPROVEMENTS: There is a 6,500+/- sq. ft. house located along the banks of the San Saba River. 90% of the property is cleared for agriculture.
WATER: 700 GPM well with 120 acres pivot. There is also a 400 GPM well with 30 acres pivot and a free flowing artesian well.
HUNTING: There are both deer and turkey.
COMMENTS: 150 200 head of cattle or up to 1,000
Mark Meek, BrokerMeek Ranch Sales
$2,395,000196 acres7 Beds | 7 BathsBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
Shatzie Ranch can be found in the Heart of Texas, nestled on the San Saba River. A Lodge, Main House and Guest House allow you to escape with your family for a quiet weekend or entertain large groups. Each building has a full kitchen, large screen TV, recreation/game rooms and multiple spaces for sleeping. Unique character abounds with details such as rough hewn wood accents, old wood dance flooring, old truck hood given a second life as a cook vent in the kitchen, a rock fireplace and the use of quaint decor throughout. A common outdoor entertaining area brings everyone together to enjoy star gazing at night after an evening bar-be-que. Warm summer days can be enjoyed by the river or in the pool followed by some clay shooting and target p
Jennifer NackKuper Sotheby's International Realty
$1,200,000155.6 acres58 PR 746, Lohn, TX76852 - McCulloch County
155.6 +/- Acres with Colorado River frontage - Located near Lohn, property has 3 homes including 2100 sq.ft. manufactured home with 2 car garage, 1164 sq.ft. 3BR/2BA frame, and 700 sq.ft. 2BR/1BA cabin with CH/CA, 6 wells, water, electricity, and 4800 sq.ft. metal barn, working cattle pens, 3/4 coastal, 1/4 native. Great hunting and fishing.
LongJames Long Real Estate
$650,000127 acresBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
This is a ideal hill country property, with live oak trees, San Saba River frontage and great views.
This property is level to slightly sloping on the north end and slopes from north to south toward the river. The central portion of the property has an elevation drop into the flood plain of the river. The cabin sets on top of this vantage point and provides great views from the porch.
The property has a water well near the barndominium and guest cabin. The is a new well and is a strong well with good quality of water.
The property is improved with a barndominium and a guest cabin. The barn is a 40x70 with 1000 square foot living area. The living area is a 1 bedroom 1and 1/2 bath. The kitchen, living room and dinning is open. There
Jerrod PitcockPitcock Properties
$351,56088 acresTBD FM 71, Voca, TX76887 - McCulloch County
If you are looking for a good hunting property with live water, look no further. This is approximately 88 acres, to be determined by a survey, with paved road frontage, good fences and borders Lost Creek on the west. Terrain is rolling to hilly with an excellent cover of oaks, mesquite and brush providing excellent browse for wildlife. Electricity is on the adjoining property and water wells in the area are approximately 60-100 feet in depth and provide a good flow of water. Per the owner, Lost Creek is one of two creeks in the State of Texas that does not flow south towards the ocean. There are deer tracks everywhere. Property is currently ag exempt. Call today and take a look at this rare piece of property.