Hill Country estate in the desirable and private River Bend Subdivision. Hill Country designed 2 story home with over 4,800 sq ft living area. Master bedroom has 3 walk-in closets, fireplace and a bathroom with jacuzzi tub and walk-in shower. 3 BR each with ensuite baths. Hi...
Approximately 195.515 acres of land and improvements located just south of the Missouri River with land on the north and south side of the railroad. The river front land is divided from the main rail lines.
There are 3 primary buiildings on the land: 1) An approximate...
100+ Acres of gentle rolling Post oak pastures with Hill Country views and 290 East Highway frontage, only 10 minutes to downtown Fredericksburg. Unending developmental potential - gated community, retail, winery, or create a one-of-a-kind ranch estate with Hill Country impr...
Just imagine dying and going to heaven early on this 1,272+/- acre tract that is a great recreational hunting opportunity located along the Saline River just four and a half miles south of Rison, AR on AR State Highway 79, just one hour from Little Rock. This tract is an ide...
Recent Lands of America data showed the average price of recreational property for sale in Webb County ($32,091) was less than the statewide average for Texas recreational property for sale. The average size of recreational property for sale in Webb County (197 acres) was also smaller than the state average for Texas recreational property for sale. Looking at recent Lands of America listing data, Webb County recreational property for sale totaled $1 million. Browse all recreational property for sale in Webb County to find the recreational tract that suits your lifestyle needs, from hunting and fishing properties for the outdoor enthusiast to undeveloped acreage ready for future residential-property development.
Land for sale including Recreational Property in Webb County Texas
MENDIOLA RANCH WEBB COUNTY
WILL DIVIDE INTO 2 TRACTS
LOCATION: Approximately 15 miles Southeast of Callaghan, Tx on the South side of Callaghan Road (County Maintained Road).
Property can also be accessed from Hwy 59 via Callaghan Road for a distance of 21 miles.
IMPROVEMENTS: The Eastern border is high-fenced and electricity supplies water to 2 deep water wells.
BRUSH: The majority of the property is 8 foot to 12 foot tall mixed brush with ample amount of prickly pear and many other desirable species.
Jason BurnsideBurnside Ranch Sales
$2,400,000987.57 acresLaredo, TX78041 - Webb County
Rancho Las Tejanas has been in the same family for over 80 years. This is a great small South Texas high fenced hunting ranch. Primarily native brush it has great habitat for all wildlife found on the ranch.
Land Size: +- 987.57 Acres
Type of property: Ranch/hunting/recreational
Location: Approximately 35 miles northeast of Laredo, TX along the north side of US Highway 59 in Webb County TX.
Improvements: Stucco 3 bedroom, 2 bath Main House, 1 bedroom 1 bath Guest Casita, a barn with two attached sheds, deer blinds, corn feeders, protein feeders, walk in cooler, and game cleaning station.
Wildlife: The native whitetail deer have been managed for 8 to 10 MLD Level 3 years with a selective harvest a
Bill WalkerWalker Texas Rancher
$2,311,2801,566.97 acresEncinal, TX78019 - Webb County
SOME MINERALS INCLUDED!
Simpson Ranches & Land is proud to offer for sale this low-fenced hunting ranch in Webb County, Texas in an area well known by hunters for producing giant native white-tailed deer. The property is a blank slate for the new owner to make it their own, and is unburdened by mineral production or leases.
LOCATION: Located in Webb County, Texas on the Lincoln-Nicholson Rd. approximately 15 miles North of Hwy 59
IMPROVEMENTS: Fencing, roads, tanks and watering stations are the only improvements on the property
WATER: 4 Tanks, 8 watering stations fed by above ground black storage tanks. There is an abandoned gas well on the property that has been approved by the Railroad Commission to be converted into
A great hunting and cattle ranch!
This property consists of 1,309 acres situated in one of the best whitetail deer counties in Texas. There are 4 stock tanks, a full corral, and 7 deer blinds. This is an incredible hunting property with complimentary cattle production value, in the heart of some of the best wildlife areas in Texas.
All ranch roads are extremely well maintained and surfaced with caliche from the property. Stock tanks 50 by 100 yards, are graded to around 35 feet in depth, and are fed by intermittent streams. A focus on land and wildlife management has resulted in improved pastures for cattle and an abundance of quail, dove, Rio Grande turkey, javelina, and South Texas whitetails. A self-imposed 8 year moratorium on qua
This ranch has everything needed for the hunter that wants to experience the thrill of hunting on a ranch that is in the heart of big deer country. An appeal not common to many ranches is the capabilities of hunting free ranging trophy bucks in a low fenced setting on half of the ranch as well as seeing the capabilities of hunting in a more intensely managed game fenced operation on the remainder of the property. The ranch has approximately 444 acres high fenced and 556 acres low fenced. The ranch has been under a Texas Wildlife Management Plan for a number of years to enhance the quality of animals harvested as well as maintaining the desired habitat needed. The Texas Wildlife Company performs annual surveys and makes recommendation
This is a superb hunting ranch that has been in the same family since it was granted to the current owners great grandfather through a Spanish Land Grant. Other than the nice home, water well, and electricity, this is a very nice raw hunting ranch. The ranch lies between 2 low fenced ranches that are from 15,000 to 30,000 acres in size. The superb South Texas brush has all the desired species to grow huge white-tail deer. The soils are mostly a red sandy loam with a few spots of clay. There are at least 3 areas on the ranch that during times of rainfall will stay wet and be more of a marshy type habitat. Perfect spots for the new owner to build some stock tanks. If you like to hunt deer and quail, this is the place for you.
Experienced AgentsRuple Properties
$1,255,914761.16 acresFreer, TX78357 - Webb County
This property is located about 25 miles southwest of Freer, Texas, and about 25 miles northeast of Laredo, Texas. It is in eastern Webb County and part of the "La Bonita Ranch." The terrain is rolling. The soils are mostly Aguilares sandy clay and Monteli clay. There are no structural improvements and there is low perimeter fencing. Electricity is available across the road. There are no wells but there is surface water. There are no minerals. The wildlife includes white tail deer, wild hog, dove, quail, turkey, and javelina. The vegetation includes Guajjillo, granjeno, guayacan, blackbrush, whitebrush, persimmon, prickly pear, mesquite, and other indigenous South Texas plants and shrubs.
Michael KastnerReal Estate Services of Texas, Inc.
$1,027,000316 acresMangana-Hein Road, Laredo, TX78046 - Webb County
316 acres of high Fence property loaded with Whitetail Deer, and Axis, Black Buck, African Goat, Fallow and Rams. If your a hunter this ranch is for you, it offers game of all varieties
including Turkey, Quail and Dove along with South Texas Predators. Located 17 miles from Lp 20 on Mangana Hein Rd. There are also 2 stock tanks and a shallow tank to
afford water for the wildlife.
Onyx Benavidez BrokerOnyx & Associates Real Estate, RANCH & LAND
$995,000420 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 1600 sqftMirando City, TX78369 - Webb County
Extraordinary 420+/- acre property in Webb County near Mirando City features a log hunting lodge built in 2013 overlooking the landscape of south Texas. The 3BR/2.5BA lodge has stained concrete floors, WBFP, large windows which offer panoramic views of the property. Quality managed deer hunting with abundant quail, bobwhites & blues. Easy access with good roads and 3 stock tanks. Cattle ready with new fences & plenty of grazing.
This highly improved 321.83 acre tract is assessed as a Wildlife Management/Native Pastureland property. It is low fenced on all four sides, and encompassed by some larger tracts. It features, typical Tamaulipan thornscrub, rolling topography and a creek fed pond. There are some clearings, and plenty of navigable roads and senderos. The Mobile home with improvements, storage containers and existing blinds & feeders will convey. At $1,864.31/acre this property is an absolute dream.
Guillermo R. BenavidesTIERRA FIRME REAL ESTATE ADVISORS, LLC
This beautiful 50.0 acre tract includes all the amenities for the aspiring outdoorsman including the residential structure with electricity, septic system, and water well. The pond is currently full and provides water to wildlife and grazing animals. This property is literally mere minutes from paved roads and very close to South Laredo for acquiring supplies. It is suitable for grazing, hunting, and all other outdoor activities.
Guillermo R. BenavidesTIERRA FIRME REAL ESTATE ADVISORS, LLC
$4,250,0002,600 acresWelhausen Rd, Oilton, TX78371 - Webb County
This exceptional, native deer, low fenced South Texas ranch is located in eastern Webb County, approximately 24 miles east of Laredo and 23 miles west of Freer. From Hwy 59, the ranch is accessed via Welhousen Rd, heading south for seven miles, the gate is on the east side of Welhousen.
Terrain on the ranch is varied, from relatively flat country as you enter the property, to rolling hills with ridges, numerous draws and enhanced brush control country that is more open. The hilltops provide tremendous views and good sites to build a permanent ranch headquarters . The ranch is dominated by superb native South Texas brush, lots of Granjeno, Guajillo, Guayacan, and Blackbrush, among others, along with nativ
John GouldGould Land Company
$2,115,0001,280 acresWelhausen Road, Oilton, TX78371 - Webb County
This 100% native deer and quail ranch, located in eastern Webb County, is low fenced, and is approximately 23 miles west of Freer. From Hwy 59, the ranch is accessed via Welhousen Rd, heading south for seven miles, the gate is on the east side of Welhousen.
Terrain on this ranch is relatively flat red sandy with some motte country look and feel from brush work done 10 years ago. The southern boundary contains some nice rolling hills. The hilltops provide great views and good sites to build a permanent ranch headquarters . The ranch is dominated by superb native South Texas brush species, lots of Granjeno, Guajillo, Guayacan, and Blackbrush, among others, along with native grasses and a few areas of imp
John GouldGould Land Company
$853,000243.8 acres1 Bed | 1 Bath | 1 ½ Bath | 1956 sqftLaredo, TX78046 - Webb County
Stay and play on 243 acres located twenty minutes (17 miles) from the Laredo International Airport. Stay at the spacious one bedroom home which features a wrap-around screened porch with grilling area. Play in the air-conditioned racquetball court. Other amenities include a 5060s.f. concrete barn, a wood-frame cabin, corrals, barbed wire low fenced perimeter and a water well. Electricity provided by Medina Co-Op. The rolling landscape has a mix of brush cover for whitetail deer and grass for livestock. Surface only sale.
Description: This property is being offered exclusively by Compass Investments Real Estate. This property has great vegetation that is typical for South Texas. The property is primarily brush with 2 hill top areas that are more open with great views of the property.
Habitat: The property has brush species that provide cover for the wildlife, and great protein for the deer population. The brush on the property include black brush, guajillo, guayacan, prickly pear, mesquite. This property is well suited for hunting and recreational activities.
Wildlife: The ranch has javalina, hogs, various small animals and Whitetail deer.
Improvements: Various roads and senderos throughout the property. Perimeter fencing.
This property is being offered exclusively by Compass Investments Real Estate. This property can be enjoyed as a hunting, grazing, recreational ranch, Homestead, or business. The ranch has been conservatively hunted and grazed. The ranch is currently low fenced on 4 sides with improved roads and scenderos. The terrain is primarily brush that is typical to South Texas and red sandy loam soils throughout the property. The owners are currently enjoying a livestock tax exemption that can be passed on to the new owners. This property is perfect for weekend get-a-ways and has the potential for permanent homestead or business. Sub-surface water is relatively shallow with the Laredo Sands formation approximately 500 ft. which allows for good