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$1,954,986 2,234.27 acres
FM 94, Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

Rattan Ranch - on Ballard Creek

Rattan Ranch - 2,234.27 acres, more or less, located 8.4 miles north east of Matador Excellent ranch with two live water creeks, an old house, a 97-acre cultivated food plot, and working cattle pens all centrally located. The remainder of the property is native pasture with mesquites, hardwoods, cedars and piles of grubbed trees. Ballard Creek, a year-round live water creek, meanders for over a mile along the entire northern edge of the south section. In addition, Longs Branch, another year-round live water creek enters the north west corner of the south section and feeds into Ballard Creek. Both live water creeks have ample Bermuda Grass and lots of big trees and brush, providing shade, water and excellent grazing for cattle. The nort
Chad Holland Chad Holland Real Estate
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$1,024,000 1,285 acres
Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

Ballard Creek

Fantastic ranch located in Motley County boasting live water and variable topography. Ballard Creek Ranch, once apart of the historic Matador Ranch, the property has deep roots in the area. The ranch is setup for running cattle including a set of working pens centrally located near the creek plus a working windmill and well providing plenty of water to the pastures. The ranch is also known for its hunting thanks to water available year-round, the uneven land and cover from mesquite trees. This includes whitetail deer, quail and wild hogs. Water: Aside from the live water of Ballard Creek that snakes through the southeast corner of the property, there is also one well and windmill providing water for the rest of the pasture land. Hunt
JT and Jamie Haynes Triangle Realty
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$526,400 329 acres
US Highway 62, Matador, TX 79255 - Motley County

329 acres Matador, TX

The Land Located eight miles east of Matador, Texas Red Plains is an iconic piece of the vast Rolling Plains rangeland complete with a 1,020+/- square foot home/hunting camp. With gently rolling hills, the 329 +/- acre Red Plains is a typical slice of the Rolling Plains ecoregion as its plant community consists of mesquite/shortgrass prairie interspersed with succulent plants like prickly pear and yucca. On the western part of the property, mesquite brushlands provide adequate wildlife bedding areas and ample food. On the eastern 1/4 of the property, the land changes into open grasslands with silver bluestem, sideoats grama, sand dropseed, and big bluestem as the dominant plants. Red Plains is unique in that it is ready to hunt w
Ron Lester BONHAM LAND & RANCHES, LLC
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Contact for Price 10,436 acres
Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

Walker Canyon Ranch

OVERVIEW Once part of the legendary Matador Ranch, the Walker Canyon Ranch is now being offered for sale. Note that the owner maybe willing to entertain offers for a portion of the ranch, with a minimum purchase being 2000 acres. The centerpiece of the Walker Canyon is its beautiful 100+ acre live water lake, which is the largest in Motley County and the surrounding area. The topography consists of large hills and gently rolling prairie; and the soil is primarily a red sandy soil loam. Mesquite flats, cedar trees and native grasslands dominate the landscape, while hardwoods offer substantial cover for wildlife. There are two good cattle working pens. Electricity enters the ranch on the southwest property line. LOCATION The Walker Canyon
Joe Wilson Joe Wilson
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$1,451,672 1,225.04 acres
Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

Roadrunner Ranch

The Roadrunner Ranch is extremely well located north of Matador, with easy access being provided by paved frontage along US Hwy 70. This exceptional property has been under the same family ownership for over 35 years, and this is the first time the ranch has been offered for sale. This unique property has a lot to offer a cattleman or a recreation rancher. One quality that this ranch offers that helps to set it apart from other offerings is the absolutely tremendous grass turf. No livestock have been grazed on the property since 2011, and the native grasses have grown in abundance. Soils are typically sandy in nature in this area, primarily consisting of sandy loam. The southern portion of the ranch is terraced and was once in culti
Sam Middleton Chas S. Middleton and Son
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$621,336 517 acres
Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

Burgess Ranch

Burgess Ranch 517 acres, more or less north of Matador, Texas on the North Pease River, is a hunter's paradise. The upland country has a good roll to it with a few draws and on the north end the topography takes off down the hill to the river. You have the best of both worlds hunting the Burgess ranch. Brush species include mesquite, cedar, hackberry, lotebush, and sandsage. The composition of the native grasses is good. A 20 acre food plot is in place for wildlife to travel from the river bottom to the edge of the upland part of the ranch without detection. The water well on the south end and the river on the north end of the ranch are the sources of water. There is electricity in place with two RV sites, septic tank and 50
Danny Havins Davis Vernon Real Estate
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Contact for Price 2,000 acres
Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

2000 Acres Walker Canyon Ranch

Once part of the legendary Matador Ranch, the Walker Canyon Ranch is now being offered for sale. Note that the owner maybe willing to entertain offers for a portion of the ranch, with a minimum purchase being 2000 acres. The topography consists of large hills and gently rolling prairie; and the soil is primarily a red sandy soil loam. Mesquite flats, cedar trees and native grasslands dominate the landscape, while hardwoods offer substantial cover for wildlife. There are two good cattle working pens. Electricity enters the ranch on the southwest property line. LOCATION The Walker Canyon Ranch is approximately 10 miles north of Matador, Texas on Hwy 94. Access to the property is from the south side, which runs along four and a half mile
Joe Wilson Joe Wilson
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Contact for Price 8,000 acres
Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

8000 Acres Walker Canyon Ranch

Once part of the legendary Matador Ranch, the Walker Canyon Ranch is now being offered for sale. Note that the owner maybe willing to entertain offers for a portion of the ranch, with a minimum purchase being 2000 acres. The centerpiece of the Walker Canyon is its beautiful 100+ acre live water lake, which is the largest in Motley County and the surrounding area. The topography consists of large hills and gently rolling prairie; and the soil is primarily a red sandy soil loam. Mesquite flats, cedar trees and native grasslands dominate the landscape, while hardwoods offer substantial cover for wildlife. There are two good cattle working pens. Electricity enters the ranch on the southwest property line. LOCATION The Walker Canyon Ranch
Joe Wilson Joe Wilson
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$559,237 447.39 acres
Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

Rainbolt

Hunting land - fenced and has water creek, tank - nearest town is Matador, Texas - price change
Diane Mashburn Mashburn Realty and Investment
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$190,000 100 acres
9999 CR 114, Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

100 acres Matador, TX

This is that hard to find 100 acre smaller tract in West Texas, with not only a great location, but a historic one. It's shown to be part of the old line camp of the Matador Ranch. It is just outside of the townsite of Matador, to the West, along CR 114, and corners 105, so it has the ability and the potential to be subdivided. It's currently in use for cattle production, has an ag exemption, a water well and a barn. Fully fenced. Come make it a homeplace or use it for cattle or hunting and recreation.
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$1,024,000 1,285 acres
Ballard Creek, Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

1,285 acres Matador, TX

Fantastic ranch located in Motley County boasting live water and variable topography. Ballard Creek Ranch, once apart of the historic Matador Ranch, the property has deep roots in the area. The ranch is setup for running cattle including a set of working pens centrally located near the creek plus a working windmill and well providing plenty of water to the pastures. The ranch is also known for its hunting thanks to water available year-round, the uneven land and cover from mesquite trees. This includes whitetail deer, quail and wild hogs.