El Oso River Ranch
1,711± Acres | Mason County | Property ID: 2616611 | $6,758,450
This fine working/hunting ranch lies on the north banks of the Llano River, smack dab in the big middle of the bluffs which dominate that prized stretch of river west of Mason. Good improvements and infrastructure are turnkey, and a fascinating, exotic spring creek winds its way through one of the most stunningly beautiful canyons known to the area. Monster views, wildlife galore, good cover of oak/mesquite and secluded but accessible location yield a legacy-type offering, priced to sell.
Dunners Mountain Ranch
3,160± Acres | Kendall County | Property ID: 2705323 | $17,222,000
One of the largest remaining contiguous tracts of land in rapidly-growing Kendall County, this legacy ranch has been in the same family for generations, and is rugged, wild, pristine and oozing with character and history. Dunners Mountain looms over the West Sister Creek valley like a sentinel, offering dramatic vistas and scenery of the highest order. Fertile, level fields of grass flanked by heritage oaks, pecans and elms dominate the lush bottoms, while soaring ridges seem to touch the sky above, cloaking huge lake sites in untouched canyons below.
Pedernales Grotto Ranch
94± Acres | Blanco County | Property ID: 3109226 | $1,645,000
End of road privacy with over 2,000 feet of Pedernales River plus an awesome spring creek are features of this fresh gem, which includes stunning cliff overviews of the water, much of which is swimmable-deep. With minimal intrusion from neighbors, multiple river view homesites await, and tillable soil with a nice native pecan grove greets one upon arrival to the site. A good metal barn with living quarters and 100 GPM water well serve basic needs, and the area is known for extensive artifact sites. An all-weather road accesses the river, otherwise unimproved.
Rio vista Ranch
187± Acres | Blanco County | Property ID: 2819433 | $3,272,500
This new gem includes over one mile of river frontage on only 187 acres, one of the most favorable waterfront/acre ratios we’ve seen in quite some time. The land is manicured, cedar-free with scattered groups of oaks, and nice, large cypress and pecan along the river. A 15 MPH granite gravel road follows the entire river frontage along its length, with every bit of frontage being easily accessible by vehicle and foot. This land fronts on pavement and offers multiple homesites with clear water views and sounds, absolutely delightful!
The Orchards at Mason
312± Acres | Mason County | $5,500,000
One of the most fantastic Llano River ranches of all is now offered for sale, with manicured, irrigated pastures, beautiful resort-quality homes, landscaped accessible river frontage beyond compare and solid water rights. This property is easy to look at, with Hill Country features abound, including massive views to the painted cliffs on the Llano upstream, and gorgeous panoramas of the massive mountains to the south. If you seek lots of power in a tiny package, this cannot be surpassed.
Llano River Jewel
51.45± Acres | Mason County | Property ID: 3356801 | $1,350,000
If you seek the beauty and scenery of Mason County, on the strongest and prettiest river in the Texas Hill Country, only 30 minutes from sizzling Fredericksburg, read on. Llano River Jewel includes a comfortable, stylish ranch home within earshot and view of the fabled river, on landscaped, manicured grounds with easy river access, nice metal barn, working pens and ranch water system. Native rangeland offers habitat to deer, turkey and songbirds, with a high point having distant views to the south.
Redstone Oaks Ranch
249± Acres | Gillespie County | Property ID: 3310776 | $1,979,550
This awesome tract of exquisite, rolling, oak-covered countryside sits on quiet RR 2721, only a few miles north of the sizzling US 290 wine corridor, yet is a world away overlooking the eastern end of said corridor with wonderful view homesites. A seasonal spring-fed creek has a pond that can enlarged, and another larger pond site rests on the beautiful wooded draw that bisects the parcel. There is direct access to US 290 from Klein Road at the LBJ Park, as well as long frontage on RR 2721. All of half.
Surging Springs Ranch
744.44± Acres | Kimble County | Property ID: 3313969 | $3,536,090
This sweet spot includes a large, gushing spring with nice lake site that was the site of one of the last fatal Indian raids in Texas that is described in the History of Harper, and the walnut tree mentioned in the story still stands. The hard-flowing creek stays on property for about one-third mile, and features a gorgeous riparian bottom loaded with lazy pecan/walnut/oak. A nice stone three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home overlooks the creek bottom, and includes one of the nicer entertaining patios we’ve seen. A super nice, insulated barn rounds out the headquarters, which is nestled in a secluded bowl, overlooked by towering peaks with distant views.