0001 Adams Loop Road | Robert Lee, TX 76945

“Saddle Ridge Ranch”

The historic 3,028-acre Saddle Ridge Ranch provides some of the most scenic views in West Texas. This beautiful ranch is high fenced for game management purposes, and is an extremely balanced combination hunting, cattle, family or corporate recreational property. There is an abundance of wildlife, including a highly managed trophy whitetail deer and quail program. The outstanding Bobwhite and Blue Quail populations due to brush management and habitat preservation make Saddle Ridge Ranch one of the top quail hunting ranches in west Texas. Formally part of the historic 200,000-acre L.B. Harris ranch, it was the route of the Butterfield Stagecoach which carried mail from St. Louis to California. There are several Calvary lookout points on the ranch which were used to protect the stage from the Comanches, who used the area for their hunting grounds. The ranch has many improvements including a 6,800 SF hunting lodge, equipment barns, processing facility, and a storage barn. In addition, there are 3.5 miles of all-weather caliche roads, 14 miles of high fence, 2 lakes as well as stock tanks, 8 + miles of interior fence, and multiple food plots. The current owners retained a wildlife biologist in 1995 and began a strict game management plan designed by Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Rolling Plains Quail Institute. The ranch has been awarded the State of Texas Game Management Certificate and is under the MLD Level III program, which allows for an extended deer hunting season. Saddle Ridge Ranch has received additional awards from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Rolling Plains Quail Research Institute for its outstanding management practices and habitat management.

aerial view of pond and road running across green pasture at saddle ridge ranch

Location

Saddle Ridge Ranch is located at the northern edge of the Edwards Plateau near the town of Robert Lee, Texas, and is situated about 1 ½ miles from the Colorado River. The property is 76 miles Southwest of Abilene, and 30 miles North of San Angelo. The main entrance to the Ranch is about 4 miles from the center of Robert Lee. Distance to the ranch from Fort Worth is 224 miles with an estimated travel time of 3 1/2 hours.

Terrain

The terrain of Saddle Ridge Ranch is consistent with that of the Coke County area with several exceptions that really differentiate this property from neighboring ranches. The terrain possesses some of the most beautiful topography in the area with elevation changes on the ranch from 1,640 ft up to 2,425 ft within its boundaries. The range conditions on this ranch are special with a good mixture of brush, food plots, canyons, creeks and draws. A brush management plan was established in 1997 and includes the removal of cedar, some mesquite, burns and reseeding, which has created exceptional wildlife cover and food sources throughout the property. The current owner estimates the clearing of over 2,350 acres of cedar since the plan began. They have done extensive dozer work clearing areas for planting food plots and improving the grass conditions for wildlife and livestock.

Trees, Browse, & Grasses

The tree cover is diverse with the predominate species consisting of mesquite, oak, ash and soapberry. The ranch also has fantastic grasses and browse consisting of sideoats grama, big bluestem, little bluestem, windmill grass, green spindletop, winter rye grass, catclaw, lime prickly ash, elbow brush, holly, acacia as well as others.

Soils

The ranch sits in what is called the Central Rolling Red Plains and consist mostly of Tillman, Vernon, and Hollister soils.

headshot of Asher Watkins smiling

Asher Watkins

Water

Surface water on the ranch consist of two (2) manmade lakes stocked with channel catfish, and 3 stock tanks. Coke county has an average rainfall of 22 inches annually with higher amounts throughout the county. There are 3 wells on the ranch and 6 miles of underground water lines that will provide water for the lodge and additional water for cattle and wildlife. The owners have discussed building an even larger 60-65-acre lake on Antelope Creek which moves through the ranch. This lake would provide additional irrigation opportunities for the food plots, and an additional water source for the wildlife and livestock.

calm pond reflecting clouds and blue sky at saddle ridge ranch

Lodge

A 6,800 SF custom built lodge was constructed in 1996 with scenic views of the escarpment face and the entire ranch. The lodge has nine (9) bedrooms, seven (7) bathrooms, a master apartment within the lodge (with separate kitchen facilities and living areas), and a large great room with stone fireplace and tile floors. There is an open commercial kitchen, dining, and living area with panoramic views of the ranch. The large covered wrap around patio with grand fire pit are always a great place to end the day or start the morning to take in the beauty and history of this property with friends and family. You will almost always see wildlife around the lodge.

main house barns and parking area at saddle ridge ranch

Wildlife

The owners of the ranch retained a wildlife biologist in 1995 and the property has been under a strict game management plan designed by Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Natural Resources Conservation Service since that time. The property is rich in wildlife and is under the MLD Level III program, which allows for the most flexible seasons and bag limits. Current helicopter surveys estimate about 320 native whitetail deer, rio grande turkey, javelina, ducks, and the ranch has excellent dove hunting on the food plots and lakes. The current owners have been very strict with the management plan and only harvest 1-2 trophy bucks per year. The owners continue to focus their attention to the culling of management bucks and does in line with their management program keeping a current buck to doe ratio of 1:1.2. This management practice has allowed for the increase in trophy quality, and the reduction of bad genetics. This makes hunting on the ranch very exciting because of the quality and the number of deer that you will see while hunting on the ranch.

In addition to the native wildlife, the ranch is also home to three (3) species of exotics. Axis deer and blackbuck make for a very challenging hunting experience with their elusiveness and ghostly movement through the brush on the ranch. Excellent quality Fallow deer can be seen grazing in the food plots in the early morning and late afternoon among the whitetail deer.

buck deer standing near corn feeder at saddle ridge ranch

Quail

The ranch has one of the largest Bobwhite and Blue Quail populations per acre in Coke County. In 2002 the owners of the ranch formed a relationship with the Rolling Plains Quail Research Institute to place an additional focus to sustaining and growing the excellent quail numbers that were on the ranch. This quail management plan includes the development of adequate year-round food supplies and water, along with reasonable protection from the hazards to the bird’s kind of living. As a result, this continued management plan that includes grubbing and seeding, the ranch has reestablished native grasses, food sources and brush shelters that create cover for the birds. The ranch has hosted Dale Rollins Quail Appreciation Day and has 20 quail call stations that have been used for research by his students.

This Ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Watkins Ranch Group of Gerald Haire Realty in Arkansas and Co-Marketed by Watkins Ranch Group of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. Please contact Asher Watkins for information.

Buyers Broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If the condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to a scheduled showing.

0001 Adams Loop Road

Robert Lee, TX  76945

“Saddle Ridge Ranch”

The historic 3,028-acre Saddle Ridge Ranch provides some of the most scenic views in West Texas. This beautiful ranch is high fenced for game management purposes, and is an extremely balanced combination hunting, cattle, family or corporate recreational property. There is an abundance of wildlife, including a highly managed trophy whitetail deer and quail program. The outstanding Bobwhite and Blue Quail populations due to brush management and habitat preservation make Saddle Ridge Ranch one of the top quail hunting ranches in west Texas. Formally part of the historic 200,000-acre L.B. Harris ranch, it was the route of the Butterfield Stagecoach which carried mail from St. Louis to California. There are several Calvary lookout points on the ranch which were used to protect the stage from the Comanches, who used the area for their hunting grounds. The ranch has many improvements including a 6,800 SF hunting lodge, equipment barns, processing facility, and a storage barn. In addition, there are 3.5 miles of all-weather caliche roads, 14 miles of high fence, 2 lakes as well as stock tanks, 8 + miles of interior fence, and multiple food plots. The current owners retained a wildlife biologist in 1995 and began a strict game management plan designed by Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Rolling Plains Quail Institute. The ranch has been awarded the State of Texas Game Management Certificate and is under the MLD Level III program, which allows for an extended deer hunting season. Saddle Ridge Ranch has received additional awards from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Rolling Plains Quail Research Institute for its outstanding management practices and habitat management.

aerial view of pond and road running across green pasture at saddle ridge ranch

Location

Saddle Ridge Ranch is located at the northern edge of the Edwards Plateau near the town of Robert Lee, Texas, and is situated about 1 ½ miles from the Colorado River. The property is 76 miles Southwest of Abilene, and 30 miles North of San Angelo. The main entrance to the Ranch is about 4 miles from the center of Robert Lee. Distance to the ranch from Fort Worth is 224 miles with an estimated travel time of 3 1/2 hours.

Terrain

The terrain of Saddle Ridge Ranch is consistent with that of the Coke County area with several exceptions that really differentiate this property from neighboring ranches. The terrain possesses some of the most beautiful topography in the area with elevation changes on the ranch from 1,640 ft up to 2,425 ft within its boundaries. The range conditions on this ranch are special with a good mixture of brush, food plots, canyons, creeks and draws. A brush management plan was established in 1997 and includes the removal of cedar, some mesquite, burns and reseeding, which has created exceptional wildlife cover and food sources throughout the property. The current owner estimates the clearing of over 2,350 acres of cedar since the plan began. They have done extensive dozer work clearing areas for planting food plots and improving the grass conditions for wildlife and livestock.

Trees, Browse, & Grasses

The tree cover is diverse with the predominate species consisting of mesquite, oak, ash and soapberry. The ranch also has fantastic grasses and browse consisting of sideoats grama, big bluestem, little bluestem, windmill grass, green spindletop, winter rye grass, catclaw, lime prickly ash, elbow brush, holly, acacia as well as others.

Soils

The ranch sits in what is called the Central Rolling Red Plains and consist mostly of Tillman, Vernon, and Hollister soils.

Water

Surface water on the ranch consist of two (2) manmade lakes stocked with channel catfish, and 3 stock tanks. Coke county has an average rainfall of 22 inches annually with higher amounts throughout the county. There are 3 wells on the ranch and 6 miles of underground water lines that will provide water for the lodge and additional water for cattle and wildlife. The owners have discussed building an even larger 60-65-acre lake on Antelope Creek which moves through the ranch. This lake would provide additional irrigation opportunities for the food plots, and an additional water source for the wildlife and livestock.

calm pond reflecting clouds and blue sky at saddle ridge ranch

Lodge

A 6,800 SF custom built lodge was constructed in 1996 with scenic views of the escarpment face and the entire ranch. The lodge has nine (9) bedrooms, seven (7) bathrooms, a master apartment within the lodge (with separate kitchen facilities and living areas), and a large great room with stone fireplace and tile floors. There is an open commercial kitchen, dining, and living area with panoramic views of the ranch. The large covered wrap around patio with grand fire pit are always a great place to end the day or start the morning to take in the beauty and history of this property with friends and family. You will almost always see wildlife around the lodge.

main house barns and parking area at saddle ridge ranch

Wildlife

The owners of the ranch retained a wildlife biologist in 1995 and the property has been under a strict game management plan designed by Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Natural Resources Conservation Service since that time. The property is rich in wildlife and is under the MLD Level III program, which allows for the most flexible seasons and bag limits. Current helicopter surveys estimate about 320 native whitetail deer, rio grande turkey, javelina, ducks, and the ranch has excellent dove hunting on the food plots and lakes. The current owners have been very strict with the management plan and only harvest 1-2 trophy bucks per year. The owners continue to focus their attention to the culling of management bucks and does in line with their management program keeping a current buck to doe ratio of 1:1.2. This management practice has allowed for the increase in trophy quality, and the reduction of bad genetics. This makes hunting on the ranch very exciting because of the quality and the number of deer that you will see while hunting on the ranch.

In addition to the native wildlife, the ranch is also home to three (3) species of exotics. Axis deer and blackbuck make for a very challenging hunting experience with their elusiveness and ghostly movement through the brush on the ranch. Excellent quality Fallow deer can be seen grazing in the food plots in the early morning and late afternoon among the whitetail deer.

buck deer standing near corn feeder at saddle ridge ranch

Quail

The ranch has one of the largest Bobwhite and Blue Quail populations per acre in Coke County. In 2002 the owners of the ranch formed a relationship with the Rolling Plains Quail Research Institute to place an additional focus to sustaining and growing the excellent quail numbers that were on the ranch. This quail management plan includes the development of adequate year-round food supplies and water, along with reasonable protection from the hazards to the bird’s kind of living. As a result, this continued management plan that includes grubbing and seeding, the ranch has reestablished native grasses, food sources and brush shelters that create cover for the birds. The ranch has hosted Dale Rollins Quail Appreciation Day and has 20 quail call stations that have been used for research by his students.

This Ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Watkins Ranch Group of Gerald Haire Realty in Arkansas and Co-Marketed by Watkins Ranch Group of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. Please contact Asher Watkins for information.

Buyers Broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If the condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to a scheduled showing.

headshot of Asher Watkins smiling

Asher Watkins

0001 Adams Loop Road

Robert Lee, TX  76945

“Saddle Ridge Ranch”

The historic 3,028-acre Saddle Ridge Ranch provides some of the most scenic views in West Texas. This beautiful ranch is high fenced for game management purposes, and is an extremely balanced combination hunting, cattle, family or corporate recreational property. There is an abundance of wildlife, including a highly managed trophy whitetail deer and quail program. The outstanding Bobwhite and Blue Quail populations due to brush management and habitat preservation make Saddle Ridge Ranch one of the top quail hunting ranches in west Texas. Formally part of the historic 200,000-acre L.B. Harris ranch, it was the route of the Butterfield Stagecoach which carried mail from St. Louis to California. There are several Calvary lookout points on the ranch which were used to protect the stage from the Comanches, who used the area for their hunting grounds. The ranch has many improvements including a 6,800 SF hunting lodge, equipment barns, processing facility, and a storage barn. In addition, there are 3.5 miles of all-weather caliche roads, 14 miles of high fence, 2 lakes as well as stock tanks, 8 + miles of interior fence, and multiple food plots. The current owners retained a wildlife biologist in 1995 and began a strict game management plan designed by Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Rolling Plains Quail Institute. The ranch has been awarded the State of Texas Game Management Certificate and is under the MLD Level III program, which allows for an extended deer hunting season. Saddle Ridge Ranch has received additional awards from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Rolling Plains Quail Research Institute for its outstanding management practices and habitat management.

aerial view of pond and road running across green pasture at saddle ridge ranch

Location

Saddle Ridge Ranch is located at the northern edge of the Edwards Plateau near the town of Robert Lee, Texas, and is situated about 1 ½ miles from the Colorado River. The property is 76 miles Southwest of Abilene, and 30 miles North of San Angelo. The main entrance to the Ranch is about 4 miles from the center of Robert Lee. Distance to the ranch from Fort Worth is 224 miles with an estimated travel time of 3 1/2 hours.

Terrain

The terrain of Saddle Ridge Ranch is consistent with that of the Coke County area with several exceptions that really differentiate this property from neighboring ranches. The terrain possesses some of the most beautiful topography in the area with elevation changes on the ranch from 1,640 ft up to 2,425 ft within its boundaries. The range conditions on this ranch are special with a good mixture of brush, food plots, canyons, creeks and draws. A brush management plan was established in 1997 and includes the removal of cedar, some mesquite, burns and reseeding, which has created exceptional wildlife cover and food sources throughout the property. The current owner estimates the clearing of over 2,350 acres of cedar since the plan began. They have done extensive dozer work clearing areas for planting food plots and improving the grass conditions for wildlife and livestock.

Trees, Browse, & Grasses

The tree cover is diverse with the predominate species consisting of mesquite, oak, ash and soapberry. The ranch also has fantastic grasses and browse consisting of sideoats grama, big bluestem, little bluestem, windmill grass, green spindletop, winter rye grass, catclaw, lime prickly ash, elbow brush, holly, acacia as well as others.

Soils

The ranch sits in what is called the Central Rolling Red Plains and consist mostly of Tillman, Vernon, and Hollister soils.

Water

Surface water on the ranch consist of two (2) manmade lakes stocked with channel catfish, and 3 stock tanks. Coke county has an average rainfall of 22 inches annually with higher amounts throughout the county. There are 3 wells on the ranch and 6 miles of underground water lines that will provide water for the lodge and additional water for cattle and wildlife. The owners have discussed building an even larger 60-65-acre lake on Antelope Creek which moves through the ranch. This lake would provide additional irrigation opportunities for the food plots, and an additional water source for the wildlife and livestock.

calm pond reflecting clouds and blue sky at saddle ridge ranch

Lodge

A 6,800 SF custom built lodge was constructed in 1996 with scenic views of the escarpment face and the entire ranch. The lodge has nine (9) bedrooms, seven (7) bathrooms, a master apartment within the lodge (with separate kitchen facilities and living areas), and a large great room with stone fireplace and tile floors. There is an open commercial kitchen, dining, and living area with panoramic views of the ranch. The large covered wrap around patio with grand fire pit are always a great place to end the day or start the morning to take in the beauty and history of this property with friends and family. You will almost always see wildlife around the lodge.

main house barns and parking area at saddle ridge ranch

Wildlife

The owners of the ranch retained a wildlife biologist in 1995 and the property has been under a strict game management plan designed by Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Natural Resources Conservation Service since that time. The property is rich in wildlife and is under the MLD Level III program, which allows for the most flexible seasons and bag limits. Current helicopter surveys estimate about 320 native whitetail deer, rio grande turkey, javelina, ducks, and the ranch has excellent dove hunting on the food plots and lakes. The current owners have been very strict with the management plan and only harvest 1-2 trophy bucks per year. The owners continue to focus their attention to the culling of management bucks and does in line with their management program keeping a current buck to doe ratio of 1:1.2. This management practice has allowed for the increase in trophy quality, and the reduction of bad genetics. This makes hunting on the ranch very exciting because of the quality and the number of deer that you will see while hunting on the ranch.

In addition to the native wildlife, the ranch is also home to three (3) species of exotics. Axis deer and blackbuck make for a very challenging hunting experience with their elusiveness and ghostly movement through the brush on the ranch. Excellent quality Fallow deer can be seen grazing in the food plots in the early morning and late afternoon among the whitetail deer.

buck deer standing near corn feeder at saddle ridge ranch

Quail

The ranch has one of the largest Bobwhite and Blue Quail populations per acre in Coke County. In 2002 the owners of the ranch formed a relationship with the Rolling Plains Quail Research Institute to place an additional focus to sustaining and growing the excellent quail numbers that were on the ranch. This quail management plan includes the development of adequate year-round food supplies and water, along with reasonable protection from the hazards to the bird’s kind of living. As a result, this continued management plan that includes grubbing and seeding, the ranch has reestablished native grasses, food sources and brush shelters that create cover for the birds. The ranch has hosted Dale Rollins Quail Appreciation Day and has 20 quail call stations that have been used for research by his students.

This Ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Watkins Ranch Group of Gerald Haire Realty in Arkansas and Co-Marketed by Watkins Ranch Group of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. Please contact Asher Watkins for information.

Buyers Broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If the condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to a scheduled showing.

headshot of Asher Watkins smiling

Asher Watkins

Legacy Ranch

$4,625,000 | 1,516.00 acres

Little River County

Located on the banks of the Red River, including 3.5 miles of Red River frontage, this famous, private, hunting and fishing property is an outdoorsman’s dream. Formerly an Orvis endorsed hunting operation, the property provides some of the finest duck hunting in the four corners region and is home to trophy whitetail deer and Rocky Mountain elk.

Triple Creek Ranch

$768,000 | 192 acres

Rusk County

Triple Creek Ranch is approximately 192 acres in size, and located in Rusk County, Texas. This beautiful East Texas property is located approximately 2 miles southwest of Henderson and is close to Tyler, Longview, Kilgore, Jacksonville, and Nacogdoches. Triple Creek Ranch is a well-balanced combination of cattle ranching, hunting, or recreational property.

25 Ranch

$36,525,000 | 600,00 acres

The 25 Ranch is a historic and expansive cattle ranch situated in northern Nevada. The property encompasses approximately 126,018± deeded acres and spans across four counties in Northeastern Nevada.

Buena Vida Ranch

$2,400,000 | 37 +/- Acres

Dallas County

Located just 10 minutes southeast of downtown Dallas in Hutchins, Texas sits Buena Vida Ranch. This state-of-the-art equestrian facility has two custom built enclosed barns, a 26,000 square foot lighted indoor arena, and two houses. Just one minute from I-45, the convenience of this equestrian facility to Dallas is truly unmatched.

Sugar Ridge Ranch

$5,795,000 | 136 acres | 3 beds | 5 baths | 7,074 sq. ft.

Ellis County

Located just thirty-six minutes southeast of downtown Dallas, near the towns of Ferris, Palmer and Bristol, Sugar Ridge Ranch sits on the highest ridge in Ellis county with scenic views of the Dallas Skyline and the natural beauty of the surrounding area. This sprawling 136 +/- acre property provides a unique opportunity to live in the country but only minutes from the metroplex.

Clear Lake Flats

$10,595,000 | 2,540 acres

Miller County

Located just ten minutes from Texarkana, Texas, and a quick seven minutes from the Texarkana Regional Airport, the ranch is easily accessible from all over the country. Clear Lake Flats is a short distance from the Red River, Millwood Lake, and Bois D’Arc Creek Wildlife Management Area and is one of the finest waterfowl and deer hunting properties in the Southwest.

Rancho De Patos

$2,200,000 | 455 Acres

Bowie County

Located just under two and a half hours northeast of Dallas, near De Kalb, Texas, Rancho De Patos sits on a peninsula bordering the Red River and is a very serious waterfowl and trophy deer hunting property. This property is located in the three corners area of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas where the Central and Mississippi Flyways meet.

Saddle Ridge Ranch

$5,515,000 | 9 beds | 7 baths | 6,800 sqft | 3,028 acres

Coke County

Located at the northern edge of the Edwards Plateau near Robert Lee, Texas, the historic 3,028-acre Saddle Ridge Ranch provides some of the most scenic views in West Texas. This beautiful ranch is high fenced for game management purposes, and is an extremely balanced combination hunting, cattle, family or corporate recreational property.

Tres Aguas Ranch

$6,000,000 | 1500 Acres

Little River County

Located just two and a half hours northeast of Dallas and one and a half hours north of Shreveport, sits Tres Aguas Ranch on the northern banks of the Red River in Arkansas. This sprawling 1,555 +/- acre property on the border of Arkansas and Texas provides a unique opportunity to own a beautiful property on the Red River.

Sulphur River Ranch

$19,375,000 | 6245 Acres

Red River County

Sulphur River Ranch is one of the largest contiguous tracts in East Texas and consist of 4,650 acres of cattle pasture and grazing with 350 acres being under irrigation pivot, 1,600 acres of hardwood timber, 25- acre Florida Bass fishing lake, a 17- acre lake, 12 lakes ranging from 2-7 acres, and over 35 additional pasture tanks and ponds.

Legacy Ranch

$4,625,000 | 1,516.00 acres

Little River County

Located on the banks of the Red River, including 3.5 miles of Red River frontage, this famous, private, hunting and fishing property is an outdoorsman’s dream. Formerly an Orvis endorsed hunting operation, the property provides some of the finest duck hunting in the four corners region and is home to trophy whitetail deer and Rocky Mountain elk.

Triple Creek Ranch

$768,000 | 192 acres

Rusk County

Triple Creek Ranch is approximately 192 acres in size, and located in Rusk County, Texas. This beautiful East Texas property is located approximately 2 miles southwest of Henderson and is close to Tyler, Longview, Kilgore, Jacksonville, and Nacogdoches. Triple Creek Ranch is a well-balanced combination of cattle ranching, hunting, or recreational property.

25 Ranch

$36,525,000 | 600,00 acres

The 25 Ranch is a historic and expansive cattle ranch situated in northern Nevada. The property encompasses approximately 126,018± deeded acres and spans across four counties in Northeastern Nevada.

Buena Vida Ranch

$2,400,000 | 37 +/- Acres

Dallas County

Located just 10 minutes southeast of downtown Dallas in Hutchins, Texas sits Buena Vida Ranch. This state-of-the-art equestrian facility has two custom built enclosed barns, a 26,000 square foot lighted indoor arena, and two houses. Just one minute from I-45, the convenience of this equestrian facility to Dallas is truly unmatched.

Sugar Ridge Ranch

$5,795,000 | 136 acres | 3 beds | 5 baths | 7,074 sq. ft.

Ellis County

Located just thirty-six minutes southeast of downtown Dallas, near the towns of Ferris, Palmer and Bristol, Sugar Ridge Ranch sits on the highest ridge in Ellis county with scenic views of the Dallas Skyline and the natural beauty of the surrounding area. This sprawling 136 +/- acre property provides a unique opportunity to live in the country but only minutes from the metroplex.

Clear Lake Flats

$10,595,000 | 2,540 acres

Miller County

Located just ten minutes from Texarkana, Texas, and a quick seven minutes from the Texarkana Regional Airport, the ranch is easily accessible from all over the country. Clear Lake Flats is a short distance from the Red River, Millwood Lake, and Bois D’Arc Creek Wildlife Management Area and is one of the finest waterfowl and deer hunting properties in the Southwest.

Rancho De Patos

$2,200,000 | 455 Acres

Bowie County

Located just under two and a half hours northeast of Dallas, near De Kalb, Texas, Rancho De Patos sits on a peninsula bordering the Red River and is a very serious waterfowl and trophy deer hunting property. This property is located in the three corners area of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas where the Central and Mississippi Flyways meet.

Saddle Ridge Ranch

$5,515,000 | 9 beds | 7 baths | 6,800 sqft | 3,028 acres

Coke County

Located at the northern edge of the Edwards Plateau near Robert Lee, Texas, the historic 3,028-acre Saddle Ridge Ranch provides some of the most scenic views in West Texas. This beautiful ranch is high fenced for game management purposes, and is an extremely balanced combination hunting, cattle, family or corporate recreational property.

Tres Aguas Ranch

$6,000,000 | 1500 Acres

Little River County

Located just two and a half hours northeast of Dallas and one and a half hours north of Shreveport, sits Tres Aguas Ranch on the northern banks of the Red River in Arkansas. This sprawling 1,555 +/- acre property on the border of Arkansas and Texas provides a unique opportunity to own a beautiful property on the Red River.

Sulphur River Ranch

$19,375,000 | 6245 Acres

Red River County

Sulphur River Ranch is one of the largest contiguous tracts in East Texas and consist of 4,650 acres of cattle pasture and grazing with 350 acres being under irrigation pivot, 1,600 acres of hardwood timber, 25- acre Florida Bass fishing lake, a 17- acre lake, 12 lakes ranging from 2-7 acres, and over 35 additional pasture tanks and ponds.

Legacy Ranch

$4,625,000 | 1,516.00 acres

Little River County

Located on the banks of the Red River, including 3.5 miles of Red River frontage, this famous, private, hunting and fishing property is an outdoorsman’s dream. Formerly an Orvis endorsed hunting operation, the property provides some of the finest duck hunting in the four corners region and is home to trophy whitetail deer and Rocky Mountain elk.

Triple Creek Ranch

$768,000 | 192 acres

Rusk County

Triple Creek Ranch is approximately 192 acres in size, and located in Rusk County, Texas. This beautiful East Texas property is located approximately 2 miles southwest of Henderson and is close to Tyler, Longview, Kilgore, Jacksonville, and Nacogdoches. Triple Creek Ranch is a well-balanced combination of cattle ranching, hunting, or recreational property.

25 Ranch

$36,525,000 | 600,00 acres

The 25 Ranch is a historic and expansive cattle ranch situated in northern Nevada. The property encompasses approximately 126,018± deeded acres and spans across four counties in Northeastern Nevada.

Buena Vida Ranch

$2,400,000 | 37 +/- Acres

Dallas County

Located just 10 minutes southeast of downtown Dallas in Hutchins, Texas sits Buena Vida Ranch. This state-of-the-art equestrian facility has two custom built enclosed barns, a 26,000 square foot lighted indoor arena, and two houses. Just one minute from I-45, the convenience of this equestrian facility to Dallas is truly unmatched.

Sugar Ridge Ranch

$5,795,000 | 136 acres | 3 beds | 5 baths | 7,074 sq. ft.

Ellis County

Located just thirty-six minutes southeast of downtown Dallas, near the towns of Ferris, Palmer and Bristol, Sugar Ridge Ranch sits on the highest ridge in Ellis county with scenic views of the Dallas Skyline and the natural beauty of the surrounding area. This sprawling 136 +/- acre property provides a unique opportunity to live in the country but only minutes from the metroplex.

Clear Lake Flats

$10,595,000 | 2,540 acres

Miller County

Located just ten minutes from Texarkana, Texas, and a quick seven minutes from the Texarkana Regional Airport, the ranch is easily accessible from all over the country. Clear Lake Flats is a short distance from the Red River, Millwood Lake, and Bois D’Arc Creek Wildlife Management Area and is one of the finest waterfowl and deer hunting properties in the Southwest.

Rancho De Patos

$2,200,000 | 455 Acres

Bowie County

Located just under two and a half hours northeast of Dallas, near De Kalb, Texas, Rancho De Patos sits on a peninsula bordering the Red River and is a very serious waterfowl and trophy deer hunting property. This property is located in the three corners area of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas where the Central and Mississippi Flyways meet.

Saddle Ridge Ranch

$5,515,000 | 9 beds | 7 baths | 6,800 sqft | 3,028 acres

Coke County

Located at the northern edge of the Edwards Plateau near Robert Lee, Texas, the historic 3,028-acre Saddle Ridge Ranch provides some of the most scenic views in West Texas. This beautiful ranch is high fenced for game management purposes, and is an extremely balanced combination hunting, cattle, family or corporate recreational property.

Tres Aguas Ranch

$6,000,000 | 1500 Acres

Little River County

Located just two and a half hours northeast of Dallas and one and a half hours north of Shreveport, sits Tres Aguas Ranch on the northern banks of the Red River in Arkansas. This sprawling 1,555 +/- acre property on the border of Arkansas and Texas provides a unique opportunity to own a beautiful property on the Red River.

Sulphur River Ranch

$19,375,000 | 6245 Acres

Red River County

Sulphur River Ranch is one of the largest contiguous tracts in East Texas and consist of 4,650 acres of cattle pasture and grazing with 350 acres being under irrigation pivot, 1,600 acres of hardwood timber, 25- acre Florida Bass fishing lake, a 17- acre lake, 12 lakes ranging from 2-7 acres, and over 35 additional pasture tanks and ponds.