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Contact for Price  •  9,700 acres
Meyers Springs Ranch-9700 acres History is sometimes an ephemeral concept, expressed in stories and songs, but not always something we can connect with in a physical, tactile way. The Meyers Spring Ranch in Terrell County, Texas, is the exception. This plus-or-minus 9,700-acre ranch has history on display. Walking among the real historical artifacts on Meyers Spring is an experience you won't soon forget. And in addition to these unique ancient sites, the ranch offers the very best of west Texas hunting and recreation, packaged along with quality improvements and excellent ranch infrastructure. Located approximately 45minutes south of Interstate 10 the ranch is accessed at the end of an all-weather county road through a gated entry. The Meyers Springs ranch is made up of two major sections: an 7,800 acre main parcel and a 2,000 acre game pasture. A good system of well-maintained roads provides access to all corners of this ranch. This area of Texas is characterized by sweeping panoramic views, a healthy variety of native brush, and excellent habitat for a variety of native and exotic game. The ranch has been managed for trophy deer, and the wildlife includes whitetail deer, mule deer, gemsbok, turkey, quail, dove, and the occasional black bear. But the real prize of this one-of-a-kind ranch are the unbelievable historical remnants of Native American Indians that inhabited this ranch for thousands of years. They left their metaphorical footprints all over the ranch -- most prominently in the form of incredibly well-preserved pictographs found on a bluff near Meyers Spring. These paintings have been studied extensively by archaeologists and historians from around the country, and the scenes are thought to tell the stories of their time, including images of European contact. The pictographs have been protected by the overhanging bluff, keeping them bright and prominent on these walls. Since water is such a valuable resource in this area, the ranch was also home to an outpost for black Seminole soldiers in the 1870s and 1880s. Massive amounts of water pour out of the walls into a man-made reservoir that contains thousands of gallons of spring water, as well as a variety of fish. A cornerstone of the dam is etched with the year of construction -- 1901 -- constructed by Lt. John Bullis, a hero of the Civil War who eventually commanded soldiers in this area of west Texas. This site is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and a plaque has been erected as a monument to that distinction. The canyon and spring are named for one of the soldiers that served under Lt. Bullis. The black Seminole scouts were known as the Black Watch, and they built a small fort near the spring, consisting of fifteen one-room adobe huts and two stone houses, one of which has been painstakingly restored to its original form. More modern improvements are located near the headquarters, including a high-quality manufactured home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. This home is perched on a high point with incredible views in every direction. In addition, a large barn stores implements and ranch gear. Nearby, two more bunk houses and a game cleaning station have been constructed. For easy access to the ranch, a hangar and two airstrips are positioned so that takeoffs and landings are possible no matter the wind direction. The main runway is 3,500 feet in length, long enough to support even larger aircraft. Ranch infrastructure includes eight water wells, 13 earthen tanks, 17 hunting blinds, and remote video monitoring systems for the deer feeders. This amazing property has so much to offer that it must be seen in person to be truly appreciated. Contact Duperier Texas Land Man for more information about Meyers Spring Ranch -- one of the most historic pieces of private land in west Texas. With agreeable terms. Seller would consider owner financing.
$3,185,850  •  9,510 acres
Cooks Creek Ranch is scenic with tremendous views down into Indian Creek and Cook Creek with rolling hills and limestone cliff canyon banks. Water on the ranch is distributed in a variety of wells, pipelines, water storage, and water troughs. Recent use and management have been focused on improving and growing both mule deer and whitetail deer populations. The population is about 50/50 for these two deer types and some of the best Blue Quail hunting in Texas.
$3,149,304  •  7,410.13 acres
H Bar H is predominantly within the Bear Canyon drainage with steep hills, cliffs, and drainage along with grass covered flats. A road system gets you down to the river and around the ranch making this place private and extremely accessible. Seven wells with several watering troughs provide amazing water distribution for wildlife. The headquarters is a compound with an updated 3 bedroom/2 bath main house with a custom rock fireplace, hunter’s camp, barns and outbuilding.
$1,105,000  •  3,400 acres
Flying Buck Ranch is situated directly across US Highway 90 from the Terrell County Airport (6R6) creating a rare fly-in hunting experience along the transition zone of the western Hill Country into Trans-Pecos region Texas, an area rich with history and wildlife. Being 3 miles west of Dryden, Texas between Del Rio and Sanderson, the ranch is easily accessed by car from central and south Texas.
$1,454,306  •  3,231.79 acres
DESCRIPTION: Along Outlaw Canyon, there is an occasional grove of Graves Oaks that can be found, as well as Blue Oaks and straggling Red Berry Juniper. Associated with the oaks are different kinds of desert short grasses including the most palatable Grama grasses-Blue Grama, Black Grama, and Hairy Grama along with several species of 3 Awns Grass and Tobosa Grass. The vegetation from a distance appears scant and uninviting but immediately upon entering the ranch, one becomes impressed by the abundance of species occurring in the valleys and rugged ridges. The canyons are a favorite escape of Whitetail and Mule Deer, Javelina and the occasional Mountain Lion. Outlaw Canyon runs through the middle of the range merging with Meyer Canyon on the south side where there are truly unbelievable views of bluffs and big caves. The ranch has a wide variety of brush species including Tasajillo, Skunk Sumac, Mormon's Tea, Cat Claw Mimosa and Sticky Leaf Acacia. Yucca, Soto, and Spanish Dagger are scattered throughout the ranch also. Sellers have spent an enormous effort enhancing the ranch road system making the 3231 acres very accessible throughout. LOCATION: Take Pumpville Rd off of Highway 90 for 9 miles to Chriesman Rd. Veer left and stay to the right on Chriesman Rd past the old grader. Follow Main Rd. to Lemons Rd, continue straight. One mile past Lemons Rd through unlocked gate follow fence on your left to the high-fenced entrance on your left. IMPROVEMENTS: Miles of new roads along all major canyons. There are 5 water troughs spread through the center of the ranch. Deer feeders and water troughs are strategically placed along Outlaw Canyon down to Meyers Canyon. There is a small cabin on the ranch. Electricity is provided by Rio Grand Electric out of Bracketville, Tx. EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: Cabin on the property will convey along with all blinds and feeders. WATER: One solar well that needs to be reworked. The seller buys water from the neighbor at $500/Quarter. This water feeds the troughs on the property. TERRAIN/HABITAT: Elevation ranging from 800' to 1900' with the tallest hill being 1926' and the deepest canyon being 800'. WILDLIFE: Wildlife includes whitetail deer, mule deer, aoudad, bobcat, mountain lion, jack rabbits, coyotes, blue quail, bobwhite quail and dove. EASEMENTS: Those of record MINERALS: Classified minerals to convey-approximately 1661 acres (Buyer should verify). SUMMARY: Give us a call to take a look! You'll be impressed with what the property has to offer! TAXES: Per Terrell CAD, 2020 taxes totaled $1,724.34. DISCLAIMERS: All information provided is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the State of Texas are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction. Buyer’s brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC, Broker. Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC reserves the right to require any or all interested buyer(s) of a particular property to provide proof of financial ability to purchase said property prior to the initial showing or any subsequent showing of the property. Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC also reserves the right to refuse to show a property to a potential buyer for any reason at Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC’s sole and absolute discretion.
$975,000  •  3,000 acres
Riata East Ranch consists primarily of gently sloping open grassland flats divide by multiple small draws that provide a diverse habitat of larger brush and trees crucial for wildlife habitat. The old Headquarters at Riata East Ranch and existing house provide day one utility as a working ranch with the necessary infrastructure in place to expand and build your own ranch home or hunting lodge.
Contact for Price  •  1,013 acres
1013 ± Acres 10± Minutes from Terrell County Airport Beautiful views of the Sierra Madre Mountains Galvanized high fence Manufactured home, guest house, foreman’s house, bunkhouse Workshop, hay barn, garage, metal building Private well & electricity 2 Drainage draws with pooling water Frontage on Dyer Road
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