The Wood River Ranch is a legacy property which embodies all the qualities that todays trophy ranch investor is seeking. It runs an all-natural beef program, high quality haying operation and extends its capabilities as a first class outfitting/fishing/guest ranch. Directly ...
RIVERFRONT SALE, SATURDAY JUNE 17TH!!! Frontage on the Historic Elk River, seconds from the famous Elk River Falls, and properties up to 67 acres in size bordering National Forest! Limited availability, choose from riverfront, river view, mountain view, and large acreage tra...
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.
60 minutes from downtown Dallas to Texas Heaven, Home, Barns and 189 acres with Rolling hills, Highly improved pastures, Mature oak trees, Ponds, Fenced and crossed fenced privacy can be your escape. Perfect location just 15 minutes off I-20 near the country town of Edgewood...
Texas's 902-square-mile Menard County covers less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of Texas's 254 counties, Menard County ranks 233rd in terms of the size of its population (2,164, according to 2015 Census estimates). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 325 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. The county is also considered popular among retirees. Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of land and acreage for sale in Menard County is $2,806. The average listing price was $935,954 (the most expensive listing being for $11.1 million) and the median acreage of land for sale in Menard County was 111 acres. Land for sale in Menard County totaled 26,021 acres and $73.0 million in overall land value, with the city of Menard featuring the most land for sale in the county. Given its rural location and ecomony, farms and other agricultural acreage are the most common types of land for sale in Menard County.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Menard County Texas
28.60 acres with water well and electricity. Own today for as little as $6435 down and $1063 per month.
Lost Trail Ranch is located 12 miles southwest of Eden, Tx. in Menard County. This beautiful hill country property boasts gently rolling hills, plentiful game and large oaks. This ranch is home to many different species of wildlife including whitetail, axis deer, Sika Deer, Blackbuck Antelope, Turkeys, Hogs, Dove, Quail, and the occasional free range Elk. Only 40 minutes from San Angelo, 2.5 Hrs from San Antonio and 3.5 Hrs from DFW, this ranch has plenty to offer. Long term owner financing is available on all tracts with as little as 5% down.
This gently rolling "divide" ranch lies along the transition line of the western Hill Country and the Edwards Plateau. There are wide heavy turfed draws, live oak motts and shin oak thickets.
This outstanding ranch is 8 ft. game proof fenced with "Tight Lock" netting on steel post and pipe. The interior fencing is conventional. There is a good set of pipe working cattle pens and loading chute. There is not a water gap on the perimeter fence.
Three water wells (2 with submersible pumps and 1 with windmill)along with reservoirs, pipelines and water troughs provide a good distribution of water throughout the ranch. There are several spreader dams that provide seasonal surface water and aid in controlling erosion.
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Located just south of the historical community of Fort McKavett, this plus-or-minus 1,371 acre ranch in Menard and Schleicher Counties boasts a mixture of dry creek bottoms with mature hardwood trees, hilltops with stunning long-distance views, including a view of Fort McKavett, an irrigated field, and quality improvements. This ranch has tremendous potential as a working cattle ranch, an income-producing hunting operation, a farm or vineyard, or a private estate.
Because of its proximity to historical Fort McKavett, it's likely that mounted cavalry patrolled this area and maybe even encountered Native Americans, as the fort is known as the last fort of the Indian Wars of Texas. History lovers and outdoor enthusiasts
Beaux CookBeaux Cook and Associates LLC
$1,875,000250 acresMenard, TX76859 - Menard County
San Saba River ranch, located on the east side of Menard County, close to the boundaries of Mason and McCullough Counties. Access off of FM road 1311, a FM road joining Hwy 190 and Hwy 29. Located about 20 + miles from Mason, Brady, and Menard, and close to great hamburgers at Hext or entertainment at London Texas. Ranch is surrounded with large game managed ranches and the best fishing hole on the San Saba River. Great cabin, and several outstanding places to build a home over looking the blue water of the San Saba River. Turkey roost that gobblers can be heard every morning coming out of the trees, quail are on the come back. Travel Distance to Austin or San Antonio will be 2 hours. To Midland a little less than 3 hours. To Dallas about 3
Dan GandyTouchdown Real Estate
$1,580,000800 acresMenard, TX76859 - Menard County
800 ac part of Wilkinson Ranch.
An excellent ranch for hunting, recreation and cattle! Abundance of wildlife: whitetail deer, dove, wild turkey and native songbirds with occasional free range exotics!
Terrain: Land has gently rolling hills with views, cleared pastures, improved and native grasses and majestic live oaks!
$1,562,500250 acres00 FM 1311, Hext, TX78684 - Menard County
Location: Approximately 2 hours from San Antonio, Texas; 2 hours from Austin, Texas; 20 minutes from Mason, Texas; 20 minutes from Menard, Texas; 25 minutes to Brady, Texas
Land: Gently rolling land spotted with Live and Post Oaks, as well as a few native pecan tress along the river. A fair amount of brushy shrubs (Juniper, Whitebrush, prickly pear, and some Mesquite) are scattered about creating just enough habitat for the local wildlife to thrive.
Wildlife: An abnormally large population of Rio Grande turkey call this area home. They roost up and down the river and they can be heard often throughout the day. Feral hogs, Whitetail deer, quail, Jackrabbits, and an array of varmints abound as well.
Water: Approximately 4000' of the San S
Clayton LeverettStillwaters Land Co.
$1,516,800768 acresMenard, TX76859 - Menard County
Located approximately 20 miles NW of Menard. Gently rolling to hilly with large mesquite flats. Good herd of whitetail deer along with good turkey population. Net and 4 strand barbed wire fence. Cabin sleeps 10, bunk sleeps 2. Some stands and feeders. Some water tanks. Skinning/processing shed. Central air and heat remodeled in 2016.
Nice recreational/hunting ranch located less than 20 miles from Menard. This hunting ranch is turn key. If you are looking for a large family/corporate hunting ranch, you must see this one!
Surface estate only
$1,225,000175 acres2 Beds | 1 BathMenard, TX76859 - Menard County
Size: 175 + Ac SAN SABA RIVER
Location: Approx. 8 miles East of Menard, Texas or 26 miles West of Mason, Tx
Access: Hwy 29 East (frontage)
Terrain: Gently rolling with good elevation changes and Nice Bottomland with 60+ acre Pecan Orchard
Fencing: Exterior fence is in Avg./Good Condition. Two Pastures.
Water: One water well at House (190 ft deep) and 150 Acre Feet of Adjudicated Water Rights from San Saba River.
Improvements: Older Ranch/Farm House that has been well kept ( 2 BEdroom/1 Bath),
Nice Quonset Hut Barn, Equipment Shed, 5 Deer Blinds/Feeders, Diesel Pump for Irrigation,
Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Dove & MORE.
$975,000336.11 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1642 sqft9286 County Road 2335, Menard, TX76837 - Menard County
* NOTE - Most of this ranch has been divided and sold off. What is left is the south 112 acres priced at $3000/acre - no improvements except one windmill and fencing. Owner financing available.
TWO COUNTY RANCH, located mostly in northern Menard County with 15 +/- acres in southern Concho County. Location is northwest of Menard, southwest of Eden, southeast of San Angelo.
Nice ranch land - level to gentle roll with some views to the southeast. Three fertile fields - estimating 25-30 acres total. Good soil and grass cover throughout. Tree cover mostly Live Oaks and Mesquite. One wet-weather draw across south part of ranch. Good roads throughout the ranch. End of road privacy - county road terminates at the northeast corner.
Menard County - Hwy 1311 frontage - Mason and McCulloch counties within a mile from this once in al life time hunting ranch. Surrounded by large ranches, and a deer count of 3.83 per ac on area ranches. This ranch also has a great number of Turkey, dove, and quail are making a come back. Land lays between the San Saba River, one half mile to the South and Calf Creek, that is one half mile to to the North. This once part of a large Historical Ranch lays about 2 miles from the Jim Bowie Battle ground. Good Water Well and electricity on ranch.
Owner says "SELL NOW" - all reasonable offers considered. Over $75k in recent improvements! Non-stop, year around free roaming quality game. New low fence perimeter fencing 5 strand barb wire and surrounded by large low fence ranches. This gently rolling ranch enjoys beautiful views, grassy meadows, good tree cover consisting of lots of live oak, shin oak, mesquite and native brush with some prickly pear. Historically the ranch is operated as a livestock and hunting ranch. Strong low perimeter fencing is brand new 5-strand barbwire with steel and pipe posts.Improvements consist of a nice heated and AC 2/2 modular home with new septic system and large covered porch to sit and watch the wildlife. There is a huge circular cement cistern slab l
Dale Pearson, MBANWSA Realty
$233,49699.36 acresWaddell Lane, Menard, TX76859 - Menard County
Hard to find small ranch acreage and location at such an affordable price. Ready to go weekend retreat, hunting property, investment or future home site out in the country. Land also has superior potential for developing into your own hill country grape vineyard (Seller will furnish soil analysis). Sandy loam soils with sloping terrain. Mostly open pasture between mixture of mesquite, cedar and native brush. Strong water well (drilled in 2013) yields 27 GPM at a depth of 460 ft. Water strata located in sandstone formation. Property includes a portable, one room cabin with kithcen sink, refrigerator, private bath (shower, sink, toilet), window A/C unit and space heater. Small septic system installed. Additional storage building wit
Location: 2 miles East of Menard on FM 2092
1 water well
Nice little spot in the country, not far from town. This 15 acre property comes with a 2 bed/2 bath home with a nice size kitchen and large laundry room. The pastures would be great to run any type of livestock on. If wanted, spraying some mesquite could improve the land. However, if the mesquites continue to grow it will be great for hunting. Either way, this is a great investment! Asking $150,000
Lost Trail Ranch is located 12 miles southwest of Eden, Tx. in Menard County. This beautiful hill country property boasts gently rolling hills, plentiful game and large oaks. This ranch is home to many different species of wildlife including whitetail, axis deer, Sika Deer, Blackbuck Antelope, Turkeys, Hogs, Dove, Quail, and the occasional free range Elk. Owner financing available with as little as 5% down.
Mesquite Springs Ranch is located 7.8 miles west of Menard off Hwy 190, then 5 miles north on Waddell Lane (County Road). The terrain on the ranch is gently rolling with a good covering of live oak and mesquite trees. Menard County has long been a destination for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts. Game on the ranch includes a healthy population of whitetail deer and turkey as well as feral hogs and free ranging exotics. Outdoor Recreation Sports minded visitors can take advantage of the abundant wildlife to hunt deer, turkey, dove and quail. Over 400,000 acres in the county are leased for hunting and many guide services are available. Several types of fish such as catfish, bass, and panfish flourish in the San Saba River. This attracts amateu
Owner financing available: $3502 down and $579 per month.
Mesquite Springs Ranch is located 7.8 miles west of Menard off Hwy 190, then 5 miles north on Waddell Lane (County Road). The terrain on the ranch is gently rolling with a good covering of live oak and mesquite trees. Menard County has long been a destination for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts. Game on the ranch includes a healthy population of whitetail deer and turkey as well as feral hogs and free ranging exotics. Thirty year fixed rate owner financing is available on all tracts. Qualified Texas Veterans may also use the Texas Veterans Land Board Loan to purchase the property. Located on the northern edge of the Edwards Plateau in Central Texas, the Menard area offers visitors
Owner financing offered with as little as 5% down. Adjoining 15 acres available for sale.
Mesquite Springs Ranch is located 7.8 miles west of Menard off Hwy 190, then 5 miles north on Waddell Lane (County Road). The terrain on the ranch is gently rolling with a good covering of live oak and mesquite trees. Menard County has long been a destination for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts. Game on the ranch includes a healthy population of whitetail deer and turkey as well as feral hogs and free ranging exotics. Pricing starts at $2,950/acre. Twenty year fixed rate owner financing is available on all tracts. Qualified Texas Veterans may also use the Texas Veterans Land Board Loan to purchase the property. Located on the northern edge of the E
Cody TuckRanch Enterprises Ltd.
$215,00048.64 acresFM 2335, Eden, TX76837 - Menard County
This is a combination property that would make a great place to hunt, graze livestock, and/or build a "get-away" cottage or even a home. This property consists of two tracts that join each other and are accessible via two separate roads. There are several small acreage (20+ acre tracts) in the area and these 48.64 acres are on the southern end of the tracts in Northern Menard county, just above a large ranch that borders the southern boundary. The acreage includes two tracts divided by high fence and the owner will sub-divide. One side has 28.64 acres and includes a large tank, an old windmill and water storage reservoir that is not currently pumping. There is a water well with an electric well house that supplies this property. The sm
Mesquite Springs Ranch is located 7.8 miles west of Menard off Hwy 190, then 5 miles north on Waddell Lane (County Road). The terrain on the ranch is gently rolling with a good covering of live oak and mesquite trees. Menard County has long been a destination for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts. Game on the ranch includes a healthy population of whitetail deer, axis, turkey, dove, feral hogs and free ranging exotics. Thirty year fixed rate owner financing is available on all tracts for 5% down. Qualified Texas Veterans may also use the Texas Veterans Land Board Loan to purchase the property. Contact Tyler at 817-454-3173 to schedule a showing or if you have questions.