723 acres in Uvalde County, Texas

Posted on: November 22nd, 2017 by Morris Killough

723+- Acres Hunting- Live Water
Uvalde – Uvalde County

Located just east of Uvalde on the fabulous Frio River, this is one of the most unique properties available in Uvalde County. With 688 acres of game fenced hunting pasture and 1900+- feet of fabulous Frio River, this is truly an unmatched recreational paradise. The 688 acre game fenced pasture offers fabulous heavy south Texas hunting habitat, multiple food plots and fields, a well managed deer herd with 200+ inch bucks, exceptional Axis deer and an abundance of Turkey, and quail and dove. The property also offers an Edwards water well tested at 90 gal minute that provides water to large stocked Lake , a smaller pond and numerous water stations scattered throughout the ranch.
The Ranch offers an additional 38+- acres of low fence area that provides additional hunting and easy access to nearly 4/10 of a mile of deep beautiful Frio River for fishing, tubing, kayaking or canoeing. The cover along the river is dense and provides a fantastic bow hunting area. Few people know of the hidden gem area of the Frio which during the harshest drought continued to provide exceptional water. The fishing in the Cypress lined River and the stocked lakes is exceptional and it is very rare to find such a fabulous hunting ranch anywhere in south Texas that provides this additional recreational opportunity and value.
The owner has placed numerous high end hunting blinds and feeders on the ranch that will convey with sell of property and seller will convey owned mineral rights. Dont miss the opportunity to own a fantastic all around south Texas Ranch is a great area, $4,518,750.00 call Chuck Herndon, 830-261-1802 or Morris Killough 210-415-9850

769 ACRE RIO BLANCO CREEK RANCH

Posted on: November 18th, 2017 by Morris Killough

This exceptional RIO BLANCO CREEK RANCH is located in the ideal area just Southwest of Sabinal and about 15 minutes from Uvalde. (Out of the oil play yet in the perfect area for large deer, awesome quail and dove hunting just to name a few). The Blanco Creek runs through the ranch with three water holes, one over 10 feet deep, offering great fishing and water foul opportunities. There is also a pond near the headquarters that has a liner and also a windmill aerator that is fully stocked. RIO BLANCO CREEK RANCH has been strictly managed for at least the last 10 years which includes introducing new genetics that have proven very successful with pasture raised deer that have scored up to 196 inches. Exotics include a great heard of Axis (mostly bucks) and Scimitar Oryx. There are 5 food plots and bulk protein feeders through out the entire ranch that offers exceptional food for all the wildlife. The ranch's terrain is rolling to flat to deep rich creek bottoms with some some giant bull mesquite and oak trees. The headquarters sits on the the majestic banks of Blanco Creek, offering a quaint 3/2 home with rock fire place and patio with fire pit. Adjacent is a 2 bedroom guest quarters and a great screened in cleaning station with walk in cooler and a two bay shop. Two deer pens about 2.5 acres each. Down the way from the headquarters is a large pila that has been made into a swimming pool with slide and rope swing for enjoying in the warmer months. Do not miss your opportunity to own this honey hole of a ranch that has this much to offer and in the perfect location. From hunting giant Whitetail or Axis, to fishing or swimming, or unreal Dove and Quail hunting, and countless other activities, this gem of a ranch will not last long! Give Scott a call 830-591-9509

Bowman

Posted on: October 31st, 2017 by Morris Killough

This well equipped property is located just a mile south of Uvalde with access from both highway and county road. Underneath a canopy of large pecan and live oak trees sits a 5200 square foot old spanish style home and an efficiency appartment. This beautiful 3 bedroom and 3 bath home comes with many extras including large living room, rustic tile floors, and two fire places. With the pool, hot tub, and outdoor bbq pit/ smoker it is set up for a fun filled weekend. The 10.8 acres include a well built 1200 sq. foot mother in law suite, two barns, two electric meters, four septic, city water, and a 10 inch cased irrigation well equipped with a two horse pump. Don't miss this turn key property, call Chance Dean 830-278-0079

10 Acres in Uvalde County

Posted on: October 29th, 2017 by Morris Killough

10 acre tract located 10 miles south of Utopia on Hwy 187. Native brush and very nice tree cover with abundant wildlife including: Whitetail deer, turkey, doves, hogs, etc.. It is located in the Utopia School District. $54,000. Give Scott a call for more info: 830-591-9509

Blackjack Hollow

Posted on: October 28th, 2017 by Morris Killough

This new 12+- acre tract is located just north of Utopia and offers incredible scenery, loads of wildlife and fantastic privacy. The tract features a 2003 1500+- sq ft Palm Harbor home set on concrete slab. The very cozy home offers 3 Br 2 Bath, large open living/dining area and a huge wooden deck shaded by the beautiful Spanish oaks that cover the property. The property has phone service with high speed Internet, an excellent water well, small utility room and excellent county road frontage. Call Chance Dean 830-278-0079 or Morris Killough 210-415-9850

Cortijo Capataz Ranch

Posted on: September 28th, 2017 by Morris Killough

New Listing – Real County
Live Water Paradise!

Truly a one of a kind ranch, and without question, one of the top live-water properties available in the entire Texas Hill Country, (CORTIJO CAPATAZ RANCH) offers a unique combination of beautiful live water, spring-fed canyons, hardwood lined hills, sheer limestone bluffs and outcroppings, elevated plateaus and wide, fertile oak-studded valleys.

The live water on the ranch is simply incredible. The owners enjoy the land on both sides of Bullhead Creek running 1.33 miles through the property. Bullhead Creek is known as one of the strongest and most pristine rock bottom creeks in the area; in nearly 50 years of current ownership, the creek has never stopped flowing. Other live-water sources on the property include a small dammed spring which lies almost hidden between 2 hills, and New Creek, which flows into Bullhead Creek from the south. Spring-fed New Creek feeds into Bullhead at the south bend creating an incredible, picturesque overview of the Ranch and nearly a mile of live water. Water from a neighboring spring runs through the ranch in an irrigation ditch once associated with a now-vanished grist mill that operated on the ranch years ago.

The sheer amount and quality of live water on a Ranch of this size is very rare. A horseshoe bend in the creek offers a span of water features not found on ranches many times this size. The creek offers numerous cypress trees, multiple small natural waterfalls, several deep blue-green crystal clear pools loaded with bass and catfish as well as of shallow rapids rushing along limestone bluffs gently flowing into the next deep pool. Large boulders from the cliffs above have become monuments in the beautiful live waters.

The heart of the ranch itself literally is an oasis and a wildlife sanctuary nestled in a valley surrounded by hardwood-lined hills and impressive limestone bluffs. The valley offers deep, fertile soils and several previously cultivated fields are suitable for hay or food plots. The elevated plateaus, oak-studded pastures and pecan bottoms provide habitat for the large numbers of whitetail, aoudad, turkey, axis and wild hogs. A pecan bottom with towering trees follows the large portions of both sides of the creek in an almost park-like. The tree cover on the ranch is exceptional with cypress, pecan, live oak, wild cherry, cedar elm, walnut and sycamore. One can imagine the Indians that once roamed this area would have selected this as one of their camps.

The home and headquarters area of the ranch are accented and surrounded by a masterly crafted stone column and cedar picket fence and numerous stone retention walls, built by skilled Guanajuato stone masons years ago.

The comfortable home on the ranch sits under a canopy of huge cypresses, oaks and pecans. It offers 3 bedrooms, 2 baths with an open living/dining/kitchen area, tile and carpeted floors, carport, working fireplace, large pantry and an upstairs loft that provides additional sleeping quarters. A screened porch from which one can hear the creek running, overlooks the beautiful pecan bottom along the creek.

Additional improvements include a large metal 2 bay equipment barn with enclosed shop/storage area, a metal 2BR/1 bath building, in need of major refurbishing, which could be converted to additional guest quarters, new cross fencing and a small set of working pens. A historic dogtrot log cabin adds a unique piece of history to the property.

CAPATAZ RANCH/CORTIJO CAPATAZ truly is a hidden gem and a live water paradise. No other ranch on the market offers the endless recreational opportunities this ranch provides: hunting, fishing, hiking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, ATV activities and Indian artifact hunting.

$3,950,000.00 CALL Morris Killough. 210-415-9850

80 Acres Sabinal/Concan

Posted on: June 10th, 2017 by Morris Killough

New Listing 80 Acres
Sabinal – Uvalde County
Located just off Hwy 127 and only 10 minutes to the fabulous Frio River at Concan, this awesome new property is one of the best small hunting tracts available in the area. The tract offers County Road 366 frontage, electric, phone service nearby, medium to heavy south Texas brush, large Oaks, Mesquite and Elm Trees, a wet weather draw with pond sites, deep tillable soils for fields or food plots, large neighbors and excellent hunting with Whitetail, wild Hogs, Dove and Turkey. Wont last $359,500. Call Morris Killough 210-415-9850

Tomahawk Ranch

Posted on: March 25th, 2017 by Morris Killough

New listing – Vanderpool
375 acres- Bandera County
Located just north of Station C Road, this is a rare opportunity to purchase a small Cattle and hunting Ranch on the Edwards Plateau in western Bandera County. The Ranch offers a large variety of huge healthy Oaks, Elms, gentle rolling terrain with light to medium cover, Cave, great grazing land and fantastic hunting with Whitetail, Hogs, Turkey and occasional Exotics including Axis Deer. The tract also offers multiple home sites with fabulous views of the surrounding Hill Country. Electric and phone service available. Wont last,$1,475,000.00 Owner-Broker Morris Killough 210-415-9850

Cortijo Capataz Ranch

Posted on: March 10th, 2017 by Morris Killough

New Listing – Real County
Live Water Paradise!

Truly a one of a kind ranch, and without question, one of the top live-water properties available in the entire Texas Hill Country, (CORTIJO CAPATAZ RANCH) offers a unique combination of beautiful live water, spring-fed canyons, hardwood lined hills, sheer limestone bluffs and outcroppings, elevated plateaus and wide, fertile oak-studded valleys.

The live water on the ranch is simply incredible. The owners enjoy the land on both sides of Bullhead Creek running 1.33 miles through the property. Bullhead Creek is known as one of the strongest and most pristine rock bottom creeks in the area; in nearly 50 years of current ownership, the creek has never stopped flowing. Other live-water sources on the property include a small dammed spring which lies almost hidden between 2 hills, and New Creek, which flows into Bullhead Creek from the south. Spring-fed New Creek feeds into Bullhead at the south bend creating an incredible, picturesque overview of the Ranch and nearly a mile of live water. Water from a neighboring spring runs through the ranch in an irrigation ditch once associated with a now-vanished grist mill that operated on the ranch years ago.

The sheer amount and quality of live water on a Ranch of this size is very rare. A horseshoe bend in the creek offers a span of water features not found on ranches many times this size. The creek offers numerous cypress trees, multiple small natural waterfalls, several deep blue-green crystal clear pools loaded with bass and catfish as well as of shallow rapids rushing along limestone bluffs gently flowing into the next deep pool. Large boulders from the cliffs above have become monuments in the beautiful live waters.

The heart of the ranch itself literally is an oasis and a wildlife sanctuary nestled in a valley surrounded by hardwood-lined hills and impressive limestone bluffs. The valley offers deep, fertile soils and several previously cultivated fields are suitable for hay or food plots. The elevated plateaus, oak-studded pastures and pecan bottoms provide habitat for the large numbers of whitetail, aoudad, turkey, axis and wild hogs. A pecan bottom with towering trees follows the large portions of both sides of the creek in an almost park-like. The tree cover on the ranch is exceptional with cypress, pecan, live oak, wild cherry, cedar elm, walnut and sycamore. One can imagine the Indians that once roamed this area would have selected this as one of their camps.

The home and headquarters area of the ranch are accented and surrounded by a masterly crafted stone column and cedar picket fence and numerous stone retention walls, built by skilled Guanajuato stone masons years ago.

The comfortable home on the ranch sits under a canopy of huge cypresses, oaks and pecans. It offers 3 bedrooms, 2 baths with an open living/dining/kitchen area, tile and carpeted floors, carport, working fireplace, large pantry and an upstairs loft that provides additional sleeping quarters. A screened porch from which one can hear the creek running, overlooks the beautiful pecan bottom along the creek.

Additional improvements include a large metal 2 bay equipment barn with enclosed shop/storage area, a metal 2BR/1 bath building, in need of major refurbishing, which could be converted to additional guest quarters, new cross fencing and a small set of working pens. A historic dogtrot log cabin adds a unique piece of history to the property.

CAPATAZ RANCH/CORTIJO CAPATAZ truly is a hidden gem and a live water paradise. No other ranch on the market offers the endless recreational opportunities this ranch provides: hunting, fishing, hiking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, ATV activities and Indian artifact hunting.

$3,950,000.00 CALL Morris Killough. 210-415-9850

Jackson Creek

Posted on: February 23rd, 2017 by Morris Killough

Located in one of the most desirable and scenic areas of Texas just off Hwy 337 between Vanderpool and Medina, this 40 acre Jackson Creek tract is one of the most unique live water properties available in the Hill Country. The tract offers an 1800's style log cabin, County Road frontage, electric and phone service and is currently in a Wildlife exemption. The property also offers an abundance of the features that make this area so desirable including 1400+- feet on both sides of crystal clear live water, deep tillable soils suitable for Vineyard or Orchards, beautiful hardwood lined limestone bluffs, several varieties of huge healthy Oaks, multiple dam sites and fantastic home sites along the Creek. The tract is mainly valley land surrounded by majestic Hills and is loaded with Whitetail, Turkey and a multitude of other native animals and birds. Wont last, $699,000.00 call Morris Killough Owner-Broker 210-415-9850