Leakey Tracts

Posted on: February 16th, 2019 by Morris Killough

Located just east of Leakey with frontage on FM 337, this new raw 10 acre tract is just a short drive from the beautiful Frio River and offers fabulous views of the surrounding valley, fantastic home sites, hunting, electric, phone available, wont last, $98,500. call Chance Dean/ owner agent. 830-278-0079

Leakey Tract

Posted on: February 16th, 2019 by Morris Killough

10 ACRES 12 acres and 16 acres Tracts 112, 113 , 114
Frio River Ranches – Leakey

Located just east of Leakey with frontage on FM 337, we are offering these 3 tracts, 10, 12 and 16 acres just a short drive from the beautiful Frio River. The tracts all offer incredible home sites with fabulous views of the surrounding valley, hunting, electric, phone available, wont last, $95,500. , $109,000. $125,000 call Chance Dean/ owner agent. 830-278-0079

Owl Ranch

Posted on: February 16th, 2019 by Morris Killough

New Listing- Uvalde
Owl Ranch- 22 to 50 acre tracts
Located just west of Uvalde on FM 481, we are offering multiple tracts with electric in place. These exceptional ranchete's have multiple accesses with frontage on FM 481, offers excellent south Texas wildlife habitat with heavy to medium cover, several sendero's, multiple hunting stations, numerous food plot areas, partially game fenced, two excellent water wells are located on two tracts, one tract offers a large pond stocked with fish and offers incredible Dove hunting. These tracts are a hunters dream with Whitetail, Turkey, Hogs, Quail and Dove. There has been absolutely no hunting on this ranch the last several years other than light dove hunting. Small tracts are hard to find in this area, wont last, starting at $5500 per acre. owner/broker call Morris 210-415-9850 Chance 830-278-0079 or Scott Saunders 830-591-9509

Crawford Tract

Posted on: January 28th, 2019 by Morris Killough

New Listing – Fabulous Sabinal River
42+- acres – Utopia
This exceptional live water property is located just west of Utopia along the banks of the fabulous Cypress lined Sabinal River and is just minutes from Garner State Park. This rare offering is possibly the most select and beautiful live water tract available this area of the Hill Country, certainly in the Sabinal Canyon. The property offers over 350 foot of the most beautiful and unique Sabinal River frontage on the entire river; deep beautiful water, huge Cypress, amazing rock bluffs and access to 1500 feet of deep water that provides an endless amount of recreation with swimming, tubing, kayaking, canoeing and fishing.The property offers paved frontage, limestone road, 1220 sq ft home, a small rental cabin, 2 car workshop/ garage, electric, phone service, deep fertile soil and huge healthy Oaks. There are several fantastic home sites safely above any flood area and with terrific views of the river. The tract has Axis, Whitetail and Turkey. Wont last. $1,450,000. call Morris 210-415-9850

Cord Springs Ranch

Posted on: December 28th, 2018 by Morris Killough

1015 acres – Cord Springs Ranch
Vance Real County

Cord Springs Ranch is truly one of the most incredible live water properties to come onto the market in years. Located in Real County, approximately 12 miles NW of Leakey and 6 miles east of Vance on Jo Jan Van road, this secluded Hill Country Gem offers some of the most incredible live water and possibly the strongest springs available in the entire Texas hill country. The ranch is a combination of rugged hill tops, sprawling plateaus, fertile valleys and incredible hardwood lined canyons that provide habitat for the whitetail, turkey, hogs, aoudad and occasional exotics. Cord Springs Creek meanders for nearly 2 miles through the ranch offering beautiful rock bottom live water, gentle shallow pools, waterfalls, rapids and dozens of springs. The sheer limestone bluffs that line the watershed are incredible and provide some of the most amazing backdrops in the Real County. Just a half mile uphill hike from the original homestead are the huge springs that flow straight out of the sides of the limestone bluffs creating a series of the most incredible live water features ever seen in the Texas Hill Country. The springs send millions of gallons of cascading down a dozen waterfalls, limestone bottom rapids, deep swimming holes, over a manmade dam and eventually flows into Cord Springs Creek. At the site of the springs you can actually hear the roar from waterfalls in the underground caverns. The water from these springs was strong enough that the old times created a man made dam along the creek that was designed to divert water along a rock canal for irrigating crops in the fertile valley surrounding the original homestead. This property is truly a diamond in the rough waiting for right buyer. Words and pictures cannot describe the true beauty of this ranch, see for yourself. $6,500,000. call Morris 210-415-9850

Nagubadi South

Posted on: December 18th, 2018 by Morris Killough

Located 8 miles north of Edinburg just east of HWY 281, this unique 1095 acres has been dedicated as a wildlife preserve by its owners. The ranch is completely game fenced, offers a and provides excellent habitat for the native game that include Whitetail, hogs, turkey and quail. Exotic species include large numbers of Nelgai, Axis, Red Stag, Elk, Fallow, Blackbuck, Aoudad and Oryx. The ranch offers one pond supplied by an excellent water well and numerous additional ponds supplied by run off. The ranch is all native brush with some areas of regrowth mesquite, the heavy cover is exceptional throughout the ranch and includes mesquite, guayacon, black brush, coma , persimmon and white brush. This exceptional ranch has been game managed for years and the large numbers of game are of the highest quality. Call Morris 210-415-9850

Nagubadi Ranch

Posted on: December 18th, 2018 by Morris Killough

Located 10 miles north of Edinburg Texas with frontage on HWY 281 and HWY 186, this highly productive 1569 acre tract offers approximately 400 acres of cultivation, 900 acres of cattle grazing pasture with heavy Buffel grass and 250 acres of hay fields. The Ranch offers excellent all weather access and is divided into 9 separate pastures that allows stock rotation year round. Water is piped throughout the ranch and the owner continuously grazes 200 head of cattle year round. The grazing pastures have light to medium brush and provide cover for some native game along with Nelgai and blackbuck, hogs and quail. Water is piped throughout the ranch and the owner continuously grazes 200 head of cattle year round. The grazing pastures have light to medium brush and provide cover for some native game along with Nelgai and blackbuck, hogs and quail. Large ranches with frontage on HWY 281 are rare, call for more info Morris Killough 210-415-9850

Seco Springs

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Morris Killough

Located between Utopia and Tarpley at the headwaters of the beautiful Seco Valley, one the most private and scenic areas of Bandera County, Seco Springs Ranch is truly one of the crown jewels of the Texas hill country and arguably the most scenic live water ranch available in today's market. The ranch offers county road access, end of the road privacy, large neighbors, excellent accommodations and infrastructure, beautiful live water, spring fed lakes, exceptional hunting and fishing, a great road system, spring-fed canyons, hardwood lined hills, sheer limestone bluffs and outcroppings, elevated plateaus and wide fertile oak studded valleys.
Seco Springs Ranch is nothing short of incredible and is one the most unique and diverse ranches anywhere. The highlight of the ranch is the expansive main Seco Valley and nearly a mile of beautiful spring fed Seco Creek. The central valley offers incredible views of the surrounding hills, two fabulous deep spring fed lakes, swimming holes, shallow crystal clear pools and gushing waterfalls. The year round live water recreation of the property is incredible with world class fishing, tubing, kayaking, canoeing, swimming and waterfowl hunting. There are at least a dozen hardwood lined canyons that all feed into the main Seco Valley, many of these canyons have live springs and spring fed creeks that could be improved to add many more live water features throughout the property. Improvements on the ranch include a 4000+ square foot lodge featuring 5 bedrooms and loft, foreman's house, 2 single room worker's cabins, office, equipment barn/ shop, 3 water wells, working pens and horse arenas. The main lodge is located on a point overlooking the upper spring fed lake and provides a fabulous entertainment area with quick access to the water.
The ranch offers an excellent mix of hills and bottom land and the terrain of the ranch varies from steep majestic rock bluffs to gently sloping hills, elevated plateaus with amazing views and multiple wide valleys with deep soiled bottom land. The ranch offers an excellent 15 + mile road system throughout the ranch that allows easy access to all areas of the property and a single tour of the ranch provides a buyer with an almost overwhelming display of terrain, views and unique features one would want in a Hill Country Ranch. The valleys and canyon walls are absolutely covered with several varieties of hardwoods including Cedar Elm, Live Oak, Spanish Oak, BlackWalnut, Blue Oak, Madrone and Wild Cherry. The heart of the ranch itself literally is an oasis and a wildlife sanctuary nestled in the Seco Valley, surrounded by majestic hills and incredible limestone bluffs. Nearly directly in the center of the ranch the owners have constructed a lookout deck on one of the highest peaks. The wooden deck offers a rock fire pit and overlooks nearly the entire ranch offering spectacular views of the Seco Valley and surrounding hill country for 20+ miles, there is only one word that can describe this and that is unbelievable.
The hunting on the ranch is exceptional with the whitetail herd being under strict management for the past 20 years and only management deer have been harvested on the ranch the last several years. The owners have strategically placed 14 blinds and feeders throughout the ranch to effectively and safely hunt the ranch. With the completion of new game fencing recently(2015) the owners have introduced several dozen exotics onto the ranch including Axis, Fallow, Black Buck, Oryx and Sheep. Sika and Aoudad are also part of the exotics herd along with large numbers of Turkey, wild Hogs, Varmints, Quail, Dove and Ducks. A complete list of exotics will be provided to interested parties. The bird habitat and population is amazing and nearly every species in the hill country nests or has been seen on the ranch. The beautiful rock bottom creeks and spring fed lakes also provide habitat for large numbers of waterfowl during certain times of the year. Seco Springs Ranch is absolutely one of the most unique and beautiful ranches in the Texas Hill Country, only a personal visit and tour will tell the whole story. Call Morris Killough 210-415-9850

Muennick Tract

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Morris Killough

Located on County Road 350 and bordering Garner State Park, this new listing is just a short walk from Magers Crossing on the beautiful Frio River and all of its summer recreational activities. This raw tract of land offers endless commercial or private opportunities with approximately 1450 feet of paved county road frontage, huge oak trees, gentle sloping land to elevated home sites and fantastic views of the surrounding Frio River Valley. This property has no restrictions. Electric lines run through the tract and phone service is available. $800,000. Call Morris Killough 210-415-9850

90 acres in Uvalde County, Texas

Posted on: December 6th, 2018 by Morris Killough

Off the beaten path, small ranch of 90 acres +- to be surveyed out of the Western part of the larger ranch. Level land that has been resting, now in deep native grasses, last planted in sorghum. Lovely area on the far Western side with mature Oaks and Pecans would be a perfect place to put a house. This property is perfect for hay production, cattle, horses, hunting. Whitetail, hogs, and turkey roam the fields and sip from the Salt Marsh wet weather creek. The rains have the creek running clear and cold, the grasses knee deep. Border fencing in good shape, one interior fence will need some work. Currently being used for cattle grazing and deer hunting. This property is about 5 miles South of Utopia. 360* views of the mountains from just about anywhere on this parcel. No restrictions will allow you to build the perfect small ranch. Sunsets behind the Western mountain, sunrises from the Eastern mountain, and stars that have to be seen to be believed!