7D Ranch and Cattle Company
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Kasey Mock
Kasey Mock
Mock Ranches, Keller Williams Realty

7D Ranch and Cattle Company

3070 County Road 117, San Saba , Texas 76877 - San Saba County
$8,940,000 2554 Acres
3 beds 3 Bathrooms 5475 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6448800


7D Ranch and Cattle Company is a premium 2,544 acre turnkey ranching operation located just north of San Saba, TX. The ranch is square in shape, high fenced on three sides and is divided into four equal sections with great road access and new interior cross fencing. The magnificent 5,475 timber framed home sits on one of five plateaus with elevations over 1,450' offering stunning views of the county. Intensive management of the native deer herd has resulted in native whitetail bucks scoring in the 160's B&C. Large ranches with comparable features are difficult to find, making 7D an attractive offering. The sellers will convey all owned mineral rights.

7D Ranch is being offered in two configurations to fit a buyers goals; Buyers may choose to purchase the entire ranch spanning 2,554 acres with incredible improvements, or elect to purchase the 1,277 East Division as a standalone ranch.

The ranch is accessed off CR 117 with 9/10 mile frontage on the south side. The east Division has access from CR 127 near the center of the property.

Land Overview

Towering plateaus, productive hardwood bottoms and diverse brush species define the 7D Ranch. Habitat types across the ranch vary from productive mesquite flats on the southwest section, rolling post oak savanna in the southeast section, and hills covered with juniper and mixed hardwoods on the northern half of the ranch. Elevations range from 1330 1484 feet above sea level.

Predominate hardwoods are Live oak, Post oak and elm. Brush species include Ashe juniper, Mesquite, white brush, Texas persimmon, and greenbrier. Native grasses are typical for the area with Texas little bluestem and KR bluestem being the dominate grass species. Windmill grass, Side Oats gramma, switchgrass and other native species are found in locations throughout the ranch. The 20 acre field near headquarters has been cleared and prepped for improved grasses or winter forage.

Grand Lodge

The magnificent 5,475 sqft, home sits on a high plateau overlooking the ranch with breathtaking views and year round breeze. The owners spend two years building this amazing custom home poring countless hours, love and sweat into it. The massive white oak timber frame was is erected by Texas Timbers of Boerne and fastened using Amish building techniques, mortise and tenon joints and wood pegged. Craftsmanship and attention to detail can be seen throughout the home. Pine floors, ceiling and trim were installed and finished by hand. Custom hardwood cabinets, large bathrooms, walk in closets and custom fixtures round out the interior finish work. The home features three bedrooms, three full baths and two half baths. The Master is on main level which is fully handicap accessible.

All of the stone used in on the home, patio, pool area and outbuildings was harvested on the ranch. The exterior is well equipped to entertain large groups of friends, family or customers around the pool and outdoor kitchen while taking in the amazing 20 miles views of San Saba County. Outdoor entertainment features include an in-ground pool with large waterfall, wrap around porch, outdoor kitchen. Fireplace and nearly 2,400 sqft of patio area. Energy efficiency responsible water use were not overlooked at 7D Lodge. The home is fully foam insulated and ready for a rainwater harvest system to be hooked up.

Barb B Que chefs and caterers will love the impressive smoke house and massive pits which were built to model the pits at Coopers Bar B Que. These pits are setup to cook for large groups, adding to the entertainment opportunities of 7D.

Ranch Improvements

The grand entrance features native stones which were harvested on the ranch. Three sides of the ranch are high-fenced for added control of game populations while still being classified as free range. New interior cross fences divide the ranch evenly into four sections with a new set of catch pends in the center of the ranch with a lane running 6/10 mile to the main working pens. An impressive set of working pens was built in 2016 and allows for easy movement and handling of cattle.

Barns include a new 40X75 insulated shop with a slab, electricity, double rollup doors and 20 shed roofs on either side. Large ranch equipment and trailers are protected by a 40X100 pole barn. A walk-in cooler and deer cleaning area are located under the pole barn for convenient game processing and storage.

The internal road system is well developed with the primary internal roads being maintained for truck and trailer access to all parts of the ranch. An intricate trail system connects hunting locations, helps with locating and feeding livestock and exploring the more remote parts of the ranch.


7D Cattle Company runs a quality Black Angus cattle herd. The ranch sustains 135 animal units annually under normal rainfall conditions with limited supplemental feed or hay.

Hunting and Wildlife Management

The native whitetail deer herd at 7D has been professionally managed for years under the TPWD Level III MLD program. No outside genetics have been introduced on the ranch, allowing the owners to take pride in managing a pure herd of Texas deer which are eligible for the Boone and Crockett and Texas Big Game Awards record books. 2016 survey results showed a coveted 1:1 ratio of does per buck, making for exciting hunts and a healthy balanced population. Typical mature whitetail bucks will score in the 130-140 range, and the ranch has produced multiple bucks scoring in the 150s and high 160s B&C. A diet of abundant native browse is supplemented by 14 feeders which are maintained year-round. 11 hunting blind locations are strategically placed around the ranch, each having one or two corn feeders. All hunting equipment will convey with the sell. Hunting rights have been reserved for friends and family only. The ranch has not been outfitted or leased under current ownership.

Other species benefiting from the wildlife management program include Rio Grande turkey, Mourning dove, Bobwhite quail and small mammals.

Mineral Rights

All owned mineral rights will convey with the sell. The ranch has been leased in the past but there is no active production. San Saba is famous for its unique stone which is popular in modern architecture. Some surface rock has been harvested on the East side of the ranch, but big quantities of stone exist and is in high demand.


Rock Creek flows north to south through the East Division of the ranch. It is mostly a wet weather creek with large rock slabs and a few ponds which hold water year round. A total of 18 ponds across the ranch provide water to cattle and wildlife. The largest are approximately 1.5 and 2.5 acres. Groundwater in this area is limited.


San Saba Water Coop.

Central Texas Electric Coop


7D is located in the Edwards Plateau ecoregion. Annual rainfall averages 28 per year with average 1 per snow per year. This area enjoys a mild climate with average winter lows around 33 degrees and summer highs around 98 degrees.

Structure and Pricing:

7D Ranch is being offered in two configurations to fit a buyers goals; Buyers may choose to purchase the entire ranch spanning 2,554 acres with incredible improvements, or elect to purchase the 1,277 East Division as a standalone ranch.

2,554 acre 7D Ranch | $4,000 per acre | $10,216,000

1,277 acres 7D East Division | $3,000 per acre | $3,831,000

Showing Instructions:

7D Ranch is marketed and shown exclusively by Mock Ranches, a team with Keller Williams Realty. Please contact Kasey Mock for showing information. All appointments must be made with the listing broker and require 72 hour (three day) notice for showings.

Buyers agent must make first contact and be present for all showings to qualify for a full commission.

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