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Phenomenal Recreation and Hunting Tract

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cole Hoskison

Phenomenal recreation and hunting tract located just east of Lake Sulphur Springs! This tract is easily accessible on FM 2285, just one mile from State Highway 19, and only five miles from I30. This perfect weekend retreat is only fifty minutes from Rockwall and just over an hour from Dallas. The property is a great mixture of timber, small openings and creek bottom. Just inside the pipe entrance, mature oak trees lead to a phenomenal building site that is currently used as a camp area. The varying forms of wildlife habitat are home to deer, hogs, predators and waterfowl. The convergence of Horse Pen and White Oak Creeks on the property provide an abundance of surface water and fishing opportunities. Only minutes from all the amenities of Sulphur Springs, yet surprisingly secluded, this unique recreational tract will move very quickly priced at a firm $2200 per acre.

Trumbo Hunting Ranch

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cuatro Strack

Located only 12 miles South of I-410 and only 30 minutes from the heart of Downtown San Antonio, this 590 (+/-) acre ranch embodies the ideal Texas Ranch with an abundance of open-floored oak groves, well-managed wildlife, and natural beauty. After purchasing the land nearly 10 years ago, the owners began a strict program to produce the highest quality native deer population possible. Beginning with perimeter game fencing installed by J4 Fencing & Services, they then started culling the deer population – now with only 1 buck taken per year in the last 3 years. The ranch is now abundant in a well-managed whitetail population primed for the introduction of new genetics. In addition, the ranch is teeming with wild turkey and hogs. In 2006 the 40′ x 80′ metal barn was added. The barn features a well-appointed bunkhouse with full kitchen, full bathroom, entertainment area, 3 beds, and central HVAC – all with the ability to build out more living space upstairs. The remainder of the barn is concrete floored with 3 roll-top doors. Water is supplied to the barn and living quarters by one of two aquifer-level wells on the property. The second well supplies the watering tanks in the 37-acre cattle pasture.

The terrain is rolling with a unique dominance of live oak, white oak, and red oak trees covering the majority of the ranch. The intermittent Galvan Creek crosses the southwest third of the ranch with an additional wet-weather creek traversing the eastern half. For even more water, there are three stock tanks on the ranch.

The location, size, and quality of this ranch make it ideal for the serious hunter. Don’t miss the opportunity to own the perfect Texas hunting ranch.

Blanca Farm Ground

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cody Harris

275 acres in Costilla County near the small town of Blanca in the San Luis Valley of Colorado. Outstanding views of the 14,000 foot Mount Blanca and only a half mile from Smith Reservoir.

120 acres of hay/farm ground with 40 acres of two year old alfalfa under sprinkler pivot, 60 acres of newly planted grass/alfalfa under pivot and 20 acres of flood irrigated alfalfa. 155 acres of grass pasture that can be irrigated. Property includes a 1,000 GPM irrigation well and 15 GPM stock well. Seasonal Spring Creek runs through property. County Road access, beautiful home sites.

Hunt Mill Hollow Ranch – Trophy Elk & Whitetail

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cody Harris

Quietly secluded high in the mountains of northeast Oklahoma sits a world-class ranch which holds a myriad of unexpected treasures. Teeming with trophy Whitetail Deer, native whitetail, black bear, and other wildlife; Hunt Mill Hollow is renowned for its unmatched hunting opportunities. With an abundance of mature native forest and elevation changes of over 870 feet, the astounding beauty of the land is beyond adequate description. The rugged terrain is balanced by lush open valleys and stone-bottomed creeks throughout the ranch. Being primarily wooded with a mixture of native hardwoods and pines, the utmost care has been taken to manage the dense forestation for the maximum benefit of the wildlife.

2100 ac (1700 high fenced with high fence cross fences into 5 separate hunting enclosures), food plots growing alfalfa, oats, and clover, from 1-20 acres, streams, ponds, waterfalls, mature pine and hardwood forest, blinds, protein, and corn feeders, full Oklahoma Preserve Status, stocked with northern whitetails, a few elk, eastern turkey, hogs, and black bear (no season yet). Good blacktop frontage with electricity and municipal water. Very scenic with 40-60 mile views.

The Hidden Ranch – East Texas Cattle & Hunting Property

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cody Harris

Don’t miss the chance to own over an entire Section of prime ranch land in East Texas! Owned by the same family for over a century, The Hidden Ranch is a rare jewel which lies at the convergence of the Post Oak Savannah and Pineywoods Ecoregions and is located only 2 hours from Houston & Dallas. With over 390 acres in improved pasture and over 250 acres of mature native forest, two seasonal creeks, a spring-fed 2.5 acre lake, miles of ATV trails, and cattle working pens with a pole barn, this exceptional ranch has it all! Neither words nor pictures can fully capture the beauty of this remarkable property. Call us today to schedule your in-person showing.

Development Land Near Montrose, CO

Posted on: May 28th, 2019 by Cody Harris

Located only 15 minutes away from Montrose and its commercial airport, and only 6 miles from Ridgway Lake & State Park. Prime for development, the property is in North Mesa Zoning, permitting 6-acre lots, and already has buried power, municipal water, and natural gas accessible. With nearly 3,000′ of paved county road frontage and spectacular views of the San Juan Mountains, this property is perfectly situated and ready to be put to its best use.

Alamosa County Farm

Posted on: May 28th, 2019 by Cody Harris

884.12 acres for $3,500,000.
Outstanding irrigated farm with 7 sprinklers irrigating 5 quarters. Approximately 700 plus acres under pivot.
Located on paved and graveled county roads.
4,097 gpm irrigation well (actual pumping rate currently is 3,400 – 3,500 gpm). Well is 1,600 feet deep. Water court priority dates of 12/31/1900 for 758 gpm; 12/31/1943 for 659 gpm; 10/6/1955 for 1145 gpm; 8/12/1963 for 1535 gpm.
Seven shares of Commonwealth Irrigation Company water.
2,400 square foot home (early 1990s modular home with a large addition). Four bedrooms, two baths, wood and laser heat.
Four small sheds, one 60-foot by 35-foot shop, two grain bins, one set of corrals and calving shed.
Beautiful location, eight miles from town.
Three domestic/livestock wells.
Five circles in alfalfa, 1/2 circle in oats.

Dogwood Marsh Wilderness Ranch

Posted on: May 28th, 2019 by Cody Harris

Located only 1 hour from Dallas, this +/- 130 acre tract of land is the hunter’s dream! Featuring a +/- 25 acre duck marsh, the property is a generational migration hole that is loaded with ducks during season. Adding to the property’s desirability, over 100 acres of mature hardwoods provide excellent habitat for local wildlife. One of the most unique features of the property are the hundreds of beautiful dogwood trees that bloom during March & April. A prettier natural hunting property cannot be found in East Texas!

An additional +/-23 acres with a 3 bedroom 2 bath house is also available adjoining the property. Contact us for more information!

Quail Hollow Farm

Posted on: May 28th, 2019 by Cody Harris

If you’ve been looking for a place to escape to from the city, we’ve found the perfect ranch where the stresses of traffic and day-jobs cannot find you! Beautiful rolling improved pastures dotted with mature Oak trees, 3 stocked lakes, 6 ponds, and around 84 acres of wooded wildlife habitat – all only 1 hour from Dallas! The Quail Hollow Farm definitely checks all of the boxes.

Improvements include a log cabin residence perched on a hilltop overlooking two of the main lakes; the views from the front porch are beyond description! In addition, the property includes a large covered cattle barn with sorting pens near the ranch’s entrance.

Coal Mountain Ranch

Posted on: May 28th, 2019 by Cody Harris

The last physical address on CR 2, Coal Mountain Ranch is an easily accessible, yet secluded sporting paradise! This particular offering is for 1190 acres of 1673 deeded acres which are surrounded by thousands of acres of BLM and State Land Board acreage, which is not easily accessible to the public. Elk, moose, antelope and phenomenal trophy mule deer take advantage of the abundant water sources the ranch boasts. Antelope Creek majestically meanders for two miles through the property providing a year round water source and Black Creek seasonally flows. A scenic drive along the length of Antelope Creek leads to an extremely functional and comfortable, fully furnished, 1600 square foot cabin. Solar equipped with a 12,000 watt backup generator, water well, septic, wood burning stove and buried 1500 gallon propane tank the cabin sleeps 10 and has all the comforts of home while resting in a picturesque setting. A small lake fed by Antelope Creek provides fishing just below the cabin.

A natural funnel for wildlife moving seasonally between elevations, and prime habitat for resident wildlife populations the ranch offers all a western hunter could ask for! Varied terrain and tremendous topography create a hunting experience that is much larger than most properties this size. Trophy Mule deer in excess of 200 inches have been managed for and harvested by the current ownership. Elk, moose, antelope, bear, mountain lion and various fowl are seen daily from the cabin and around the ranch. In addition, the well maintained rangeland and water sources will support over 200 AU of cattle during the grazing season. An additional BLM grazing lease will be transferred with the sale of the property.

**Contrary to the map view CR26 does not cross Coal Mountain Ranch. This is an error on the part of the mapping databases.