From the pages of the winter 2019 issue of Texas LAND magazine, here's our selection of two intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.
The historic Circle E Ranch is a high-fenced hunting ranch located in one of the most sought after areas near Houston and College Station. The ranch is one of the more unique properties in the area and is a perfect combination for the outdoorsman, conservationist and cowman alike.
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This 809± acre hunting and recreational ranch for sale in McMullen County offers a hunting experience like no other.
Reward Ranch, which gets its name because it sits in both Real and Edwards Counties, fronts Highway 41 providing the ultimate combination of privacy and convenience. Reward Ranch’s large-scale landscape offers the best of the Hill Country along with convenient interstate access to Kerrville and San Antonio. It’s an easy drive to serenity.
From the pages of the Fall 2019 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.
Set against striking granite and sandstone outcrops from which it gets its name, the 2,728-acre game-fenced Sandstone Mountain Ranch near Llano is an elite Texas property dedicated to exceptional wildlife and fine living.
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The N3 Cattle Company is located just south of Livermore, and east of Oakland and San Jose; it is easily accessed from San Francisco, the Peninsula and the East Bay. The Ranch is completely private and uniquely preserved, healthy and wild as it has been for hundreds of years.
While Mossy Oak is now considered the king of camouflage, they’re beginning to make some noise in another industry as well—dog breeding and training.
Estancia on the Brazos is without a doubt one of the most breathtaking ranches in all of Washington County. This property is truly one of a kind. The ranch has long views of the Brazos River and surrounding countryside with a combination of rolling pastureland and heavily-treed areas for wildlife habitat.
White Oak Creek Ranch features nearly 5,000 acres of premium hunting and ﬁshing habitat and is limited to only 20 members. Our members own the ranch, split expenses, and can build their own home on our spectacular 120 acre lake. Everything required to maintain a ﬁrst-class ranch is taken care of by our on-premise staff.
Buck Spring Ranch has been in the same family for decades and is in one of the most iconic and coveted areas in the whole state, the Texas Hill Country. With magnificent vistas, rocky creeks, multiple homes and compounds for entertaining large families or groups of friends, this property is rich in Texas history with all the characteristics that make it truly Texas.
A true heritage property, being part of the historic O’Connor Ranch established after the Texas Revolutionary War. The Shouse Ranch is a diverse working property southeast of Goliad, Texas.
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From the pages of the Summer 2019 issue of Texas LAND magazine, here's our selection of two intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.
From the moment a potential buyer arrives at a property and drives down the entrance road, they are taking in their surroundings and forming an opinion about whether to purchase the property or not. Once a buyer has a first impression set in their mind, it is hard to change it.
From the pages of the Summer 2019 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.
There is something for everyone on this 45,000-acre ranch that rests between the Comanche National Grassland and Cimarron National Grassland. Rocky Mountain Elk have ventured out to their once native habitat in the plains. Over 300 head of local elk run up and down the river, trophy white-tailed deer inhabit the river bottom and mule deer come down from the grass and sage hills for feed and water.