50 acres Junction, Texas Sold!

Views, and more Views. This beautiful 50 acre tract sits at the end of the road. Water well and electric is done, ready for your home or cabin. Seller has selectively cleared cedar to optimize the views. Just a short drive to...

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Schleicher Ranch 694 acres

Located just south of the historical community of Fort McKavett, this plus-or-minus 594 acre ranch in Menard and Schleicher Counties boasts a mixture of dry creek bottoms with mature hardwood trees, hilltops with stunning...

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160 Acres, Kerr County on Hwy 479!SOLD

Own a piece of Texas history. The old Walker Ranch was established in the1880’s this 160 acre parcel is accessible directly from 479 paved road to front gate. Still held by original family members its steeped in history....

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Harper Estates 5-20 acre Tracts

Are you looking for privacy and the peace and quiet of the countryside?  Come check out the newest subdivision in sought-after Harper, TX.  Harper Estates is comprised of 12 lots, and couldn’t be at a more prime location. ...

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23 Acres in Medina, TX SOLD!!!

Surrounded by the view of hills in the distance this valley homestead in Medina is a rare find. 23.07 acres with a 2/2 rock home complete with fireplace, welcoming front porch and back screen porch. This unique property offers...

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Hennigan Hunting Ranch 82 acresSOLD

A The entire property has newly constructed fence, and cross fence. There is cattle pen with barn and water station. There are also one deer feeder and deer blinds that convey with the sale. This ranch has had a year round deer...

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Oehler Ranch 30.19 acres Sold!

Rock home. 30.19+/- acres, Mtn Home. Covered porches/metal roof. Lg carport. LR w/mesquite door, stone fireplace. Large kitchen, granite-topped island, Old Chicago brick arch over range, custom cabinets; 3 bedrms, 3 1/2 baths,...

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Yellow Rose Ranch – 5,000+/- Acres

The legendary 35,000 Acres “South Fork Ranch” is across the highway from the 5,000 Acres. The South Fork was formally acquired by the pioneer Schreiner Family in the middle 1800’s and later was owned by Bobby Shelton of the King Ranch Family.

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