944 Ac. Horse/Cattle Ranch,4 homes,runs 300 cows, many improvements. Everything you need for your horse and cattle operation.
PRICE REDUCED!!! $2,850,000.00
Animal Units: 300 cows
Location: Pontotoc County, OK, 6 miles N.W. of Ada, 65 miles S.E. o...
The 2,892 acre EA Ranch is located just 17 miles south of Charlotte, Texas in LaSalle and McMullen Counties. This high-fenced ranch has been managed for White-tailed Deer and Quail since 1987. The native South Texas habitat has been sculpted and managed to promote deer and...
PROPERTY IN FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS WINE REGION
Beautiful rolling hills, great views, large hardwood trees. The property is ready for weekend cabin or main home site. Abundant Wildlife, White Tail Deer, Axis Deer, Wild Hogs, Turkey. Additional acreage available.
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.
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LOCATION: This beautiful recreational/hunting ranch is located about 9 miles northeast of Brady and 4 miles northwest of Rochelle. This ranch lies approximately 1 mile off of paved FM 1121, with good county road access.
WATER: Two water wells and one stock pond on the ranch.
LAND: Gently rolling terrain lends itself to a multitude of options. Numerous hardwoods, but mostly made up of Live oak, mesquite and persimmon. A nice mix of open and heavy cover perfect for the serious hunter.
This area is known for the quality of free range white tail. The quail population has increased in recent years. Dove hunting has been excellent in part of the sunflowers planted in the fields, which should return annually with minimal work.
Fredericksburg RealtyFredericksburg Realty
$2,388,750735 acresRochelle, TX76872 - McCulloch County
The Heart of Texas Ranch is located just 20 miles Northeast of Brady, Texas. This 735 acre high fenced ranch offers a unique diversity of topography and character. A mixed combination of native rangeland and fertile cropland allows for endless opportunities from traditional ranching to a sportsmens paradise. The ranch has been managed for Trophy White-tailed deer over the past 10 years and currently holds a MLDP Level III permit. Water is supplied throughout the ranch via 10 earthen ponds and 3 water wells. The improvements include a two bedroom rock home, garage, and large equipment barn with walk in cooler and horse pens.
Abundant Wildlife on this 507 acre private ranch in the Heart of Texas. Located in the Deer Hunting Capital of the world this property has mature oaks and mesquite trees allowing plenty of cover for the wildlife. Surrounded by big neighbors this low fence ranch backs up to the famous 40k acre Ford Ranch. While hunting here you will see more Axis, Whitetail, Turkeys, Quail, Dove, Hogs, and varmints than on any other 500 acre ranch in Texas. This ranch features three fully furnished sleeping cabins that have satellite tv, private baths with shower in each, they are climate controlled, and sleep 14 comfortably. There is a separate camp kitchen/ common area cabin ready to entertain around the fire-pit with 6 wooden rockers, as well as a sep
$1,489,000271 acres4564 CR 300, Brady, TX76852 - McCulloch County
Two Homes, A Top Notch Working Ranch And A Facility To Teach Care & Operation. Turnkey For Any Ranch Type Operation Cows, Goats, Equine, Hunting, Exotic ranch, Black Buck. Excellent Hunting! Huge Cultivation Potential, Hickory Aquifer Over 2800 Deep And Rated 100 GPM Plumbed Throughout The Property. Electricity & Dusk Till Dawn LED Lights Ran On Property. Very Private, Great Views Of The Hill Country From The 900 Square Foot Wrap Around Porch On The Main House. Back Up 40 KW Caterpillar Diesel Generator. Elegant In-law Plan Home Featuring 3/2, Wood Burning Fireplace, Oversized Utility, Walk In Pantry, And Bonus Storage! Land Currently Divided Into Over 30 Traps And Pastures The Largest Of Which Is 24 Acres All Pastures Connect To The Workin
744 acres located just 5 minutes southwest from downtown Brady. This centennial ranch has been in one family for over 100 years. Surrounded by over 1000 acre ranches on all sides makes for a very unique and rare opportunity to own.
There are 3 windmills with large concrete tanks providing water for livestock and wildlife. Approximately 6/10ths miles of Staten Creek runs along the eastern border. This creek is more of a wet weather creek than a perennial creek. However the neighbor to the North has created several water features that hold water. There is a small spring on the property that shows evidence of aquatic life and was running in late July. A small stock tank is located near the entrance of the ranch.
Harold T duPerier, IIIduPerier Texas Land Man
$52,500,00031,788.87 acresBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
The historic Ford Ranch is located near the geographical center of Texas, just west of Brady.
The Ford Family purchased this massive holding in approximately 1842. G. Rollie White, who was born in 1875, leased the Ford Ranch for grazing, and two years later, in approximately 1902, he and his father purchased the Ford Ranch. G. Rollie White became a veteran cowman, civic leader, banker, horse breeder, and philanthropist. He was widely known throughout Central Texas and soon became known as "the Steer King of Texas". At one time, G. Rollie White was running approximately 35,000 steers, 85,000 sheep and 20,000 goats in McCulloch, Concho, Menard, Mason and Pecos Counties. One of his clever sayi
Sam MiddletonChas. S. Middleton and Son
$10,000,0003,279 acres3279 Lmc, Brady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
Location: McCulloch County
Size: 3279+/- Acres
Description: High fenced ranch with the deer herd having many years of consistent management. Numerous food plots ranging in size from 5 acres to 141 acres, 9 protein stations, very dense mesquite brush with senderos and shooting lanes, some brush work has been done, good interior fencing. This ranch has lots of potential for producing trophy whitetail bucks. The ranch has good deep soil with numerous other areas for food plots if so desired.
Improvements: 2 mobile homes, skinning racks, walk in cooler, cattle pens, 7 pastures not including fields.
Water: 9 stock tanks, 2 water wells with one well having a submersible pump and the other having a windmill with numerous water troughs
Jeremy Stegemoller, Real Estate AgentJeremy Stegemoller, Real Estate Agent Donnie Stegemoller Realtors
$10,000,0003,279 acres1458 County Road 346, Lohn, TX76852 - McCulloch County
Description: I am very fortunate to get to list a quality hunting ranch that I have personally been involved with outfitting hunts on in the past. This high fenced ranch has had many years of quality deer management and it definitely shows by looking at the deer herd. For many years this property has had an extensive amount of supplemental feed and quality food plots, along with strict harvest regulations, which has lead to produce trophy whitetail bucks. Strategically planned brush work has provided great senderos and shooting lanes at many of the deer stands. This is a turn-key hunting ranch set up with deer blinds, corn feeders, protein feeders, and lodging.
Improvements: 2 mobile homes, skinning facilities, walk in cooler, great cat
Kenny FrazierSacred Land Ranches
$8,974,9002,189 acres1465 Co. Rd. 448, Rochelle, TX76872 - McCulloch County
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
$6,500,0002,000 acres4 Beds | 3 BathsBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
This historical ranch is 12 miles SW of Brady Texas, with 2.6 miles of Hwy 190 frontage, and also some County Rd. 112 frontage. Unbelievable Live Oak cover, with red oak and shin oak, to make the color in the Fall, outstanding. Great topo, with two windmills, and stock tanks. Main lodge, rock, with 4 BR, 3 full baths, large closets, great storage, laundry room, entry way with coat and gun racks. Large living/Den/kitchen/bar/fireplace/ceiling fans/with large porches. Wildlife cleaning house, walk in cooler, and carport. Guest or caretaker house, 3/BR - 2 bath - kitchen - large family rm with fireplace-and garage. Two Barns, Cattle pens, grain silo, and great fences. High Point ranch is the highest point in SW McCulloch county, the gr
Dan GandyTouchdown Real Estate
$4,035,5001,153 acresBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
This is a unique opportunity to purchase a well managed game ranch that lies on both sides of approximately 2 miles of the Colorado River. The ranch is offered out of a larger established game ranch. The Seller will split the cost of approximately 1.3 miles of game fencing upon the sale of the property.
The ranch is generally timbered in mesquite with a large variety of other timber, brush and forbs. The banks of the Colorado have a high concentration of live oaks and other larger timber. There is approximately 50 acres in cultivation in the Colorado River bottom.
The Seller will convey some of the oil, gas and other mineral estate. There is no production on the property.
There is a good concentration of a well manage herd of whit
Mike DailMIKE DAIL REAL ESTATE
$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
$3,738,000891 acresBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
Just 10 minute from Brady, TX. Great Colorado River frontage and Home creek running through it. Small camp house and water well, some wheat fields and great brush. There is a small air strip and a small airplane hanger. They grow some great deer here every year. Paved frontage on a Texas FM road. Some minerals. $4200 per acre.
James L. Ahern, Jr.Ahern Ranches
$3,229,000503 acres3 Beds | 1 Bath706 FM 3293, Voca, TX76887 - McCulloch County
Located just outside of Voca, Texas is where you will find this great, diverse property.
This area of McCulloch County is great looking Texas Hill Country. While comprised mainly of mesquites, this ranch boasts many types of trees including LOTS of Live Oaks, some Post Oaks, very few cedar (juniper), as well as various other types of brush. Excellent habitat for the numerous wildlife species that call this ranch home.
MINERALS: All owned minerals (believed to be 100%) will convey with the sale. A large portion of the property has been tested for Frac sand, and it has been determined there are minable deposits here. This sand is used for the "fracking" of oil and gas wells. The popularity of this process has exploded in recent years w
Chance A. LoveAnders Realty
$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
$2,375,000625 acresBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
If you are looking for a Turn-Key Trophy Deer hunting ranch that has not been over-improved, then look no further! One of the finest mid sized properties in Central Texas, hands down!
Deer have been taken in the 220" range and the herd is in fantastic shape, approx. 130 head are in the pasture and the ranch boasts a 3:1 Buck/Doe ratio. MLD level III permit is in place to provide a greater range of management. Numerous releases of improved genetics from the Scientific Breeder Pens have enhanced the genetics far above what the native herds produce on surrounding properties. Approx. 20 Blackbuck Antelope are on the ranch with the trophy quality being outstanding. Wing shooting is also good with dove and Bobwhite quail being present, the
Brandon ScottThe Texas Ranch Company LLC
$1,999,999312 acresBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
Pristine trophy deer hunting ranch with approximately one mile of San Saba river frontage. Picturesque views from high bluffs overlooking the river below. Two building sites on opposite sides of the ranch have existing wells, electricity and septic. Excellent catfish and bass fishing! Native whitetails, exotics, turkey, quail, hog, dove and varmints.
Awesome 388 +/- acres in the heart of Texas offering you the opportunity to own one of the finest combination ranches on the market. The land is rolling with some areas of greater elevation that offers views for miles. Excellent cover can be found throughout the ranch with large mesquites, scattered oaks & elms, hackberry, and several varieties of native brush including mormons tea (excellent source of protein for the deer) creating the ideal habitat for the abundant wildlife. A seasonal creek draw wanders through the ranch and several other deep draws add to the character of the ranch and help funnel water to the 4 surface tanks on the ranch. The grasses are strong and ideal for running livestock. About 95% of the cactus has been eliminate
Teresa Stephens LeeStephens Ranch Hand Real Estate
$1,950,000293 acres4 Beds | 3 Baths | 6400 sqft7889 Hwy 71 E, Voca, TX76887 - McCulloch County
PRICE IMPROVEMENT!!! Located in Voca, TX, approx. 18 miles east of Brady, TX. This 293+/- acres will WOW you as soon as you enter the gate. Beautiful land, dotted with massive live oaks and rolling hills. 1 large stock tanks. Gorgeous rustic lodge style home, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, approx 6400 sq. ft., built in 1992. Custom built with attention to detail. Geothermal heating/cooling, dream kitchen with granite counter tops, over sized pantry, mud room, stone and rock showers. Rock fireplace with beautiful longhorn sculpted mantel. Awesome custom wood cabinet separates the dining area from the great room. One side is entertainment center, the other is a lighted china cabinet. Two stairways go to the upstairs and are attached by a catwalk. La
Todd & Mary Ann LivermanKeller Williams Realty - Highland Lks
$1,810,000517 acresBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
Tri County Ranch
Located in a one of a kind location, Mason, Menard & McCulloch 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 within 20 minutes of Brady, and 30 minutes from Mason or Menard. Call us today for your private showing.
Zac KerbowKERBOW LAND COMPANY
$1,660,000663 acresBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
Ranch is located 10 miles North of Brady, Texas, just north of the Brady Mountains. Cow Creek and Rough Hollow go through the ranch, with good topo, live oak trees, some elm trees on the creeks. This outstanding livestock and wildlife ranch has lots of history. County road access, with view of the Brady Mountains and several outstanding country home locations.
Dan GandyTouchdown Real Estate
$1,547,415343.87 acresLohn, TX76852 - McCulloch County
This may be the one you have been waiting to buy. It has new game fences and new livestock and deer pens. It is a very scenic ranch with an abundance of wildlife. Just right for development. In addition to ponds, it has rural water, electricity available and highway frontage. Only 20 miles north of Brady. $4500 per acre.
DeBord Real EstateDeBord Real Estate
$1,547,401343 acresBrady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
High Fence Ranch: Located in the Heart of Texas, 20 miles North of Brady, off Hwy. 283. 60 miles east of San Angelo - 35 miles SW of Brownwood. Highway frontage and easy access, with several towns that have private airport access. This one of a kind hunting ranch, has two stock tanks, county water tap, with large and small live oak and good brush cover. Outstanding quality of Boone and Crockett white tail bucks and doe to go with the ranch. Turkey, dove, quail are also native to the area. Stock tanks can also support a large number of Bass and or Catfish. Dove hunting, is one of the best in Texas in this area, also great winter time Ducks will stay on the stock tanks. Galvanized fence with deer and cattle pens.
Dan GandyTouchdown Real Estate
$1,547,401344 acresUS Hwy 283, Rockwood, TX76873 - McCulloch County
This property is set off by a hilltop plateau with panoramic views found only in the heart of the hill country. It has been recently high fenced including high cross fence, and a brand new set of pens that are expertly designed for a deer or exotic breeding operation. Mature oak trees, mesquite, and cedar provide ample cover for game; plus a seasonal creek meanders through the property to compliment the scenic landscape. Conveniently located on US Highway 283 between Brady and Santa Anna just South of the Colorado River.
*Please contact David Stewart at (325) 370-3545 for additional information or to set up a showing.
Charles ChesshirLiveoak Land & Real Estate
$1,543,500343 acres343 Acres McCulloch County, Brady, TX76825 - McCulloch County
This property is a big game ranch in making. Located close to the Colorado river on the old Great Western trail with frontage on U.S. Highway 283. Completely new, fixed knot, high fence with new pens that are capable of handling cattle and deer.
The north end of this property features a wet weather draw with large and very large live oak trees, deep soil, and a substantial, newly built pond. The south end is of higher elevation with a wide variety of native brush and vegetation. The south also features a small, older pond. The ranch is bisected equally from west to east by high fence. Some clearing of thick brush and numerous senderos have been cut in appropriate places throughout the ranch. Minerals are negotiable. Water and electrici