300 ACRES :: Lavaca County ::
La Gloria Land Co represented the Buyer for this transaction. This ranch has several draws and creek drainages going through it, creating rolling topography with tall gravelly hills covered in huge live oaks and post oaks. Great hunting ranch within 1.5 hours of Houston.
212 ACRES :: Jackson County ::
Located 1.5 hours from Houston, along paved FM 822, this ranch has incredible access. Loaded with huge live oak trees and native brush makes this a hunter’s dream. There is electricity on the property, a water well with electric submersible pump, good gravel roads, and a pond.
250 ACRES :: Real County ::
This 250 acres is high fenced and stocked with South Texas whitetails and numerous axis deer. There is a good road system, as well as a windmill and electricity. There are 20 mile views from atop several hills.
300 ACRES :: Edwards County ::
La Gloria Land Co. represented the buyer for this transaction. Located 20 miles South East of Rocksprings, this ranch is both rugged and beautiful, with canyons, creek bottoms, and caves. Loaded with game such as whitetail, axis, blackbuck, audad sheep, hogs, and predators, this ranch has a lot to offer for the hunter who wants to be remote. The ranch has a 1,000 sf cedar cabin, with water well.
104 ACRES :: Real County ::
This high fenced ranch is located on Hwy 83 two miles south of Garvin’s Store. This is a perfect small ranch for someone wishing to have a beautiful, high-fenced hill country hunting escape! There is a windmill on the property as well as scattered live oak motts, and a small pond. Full of whitetail deer and axis.
340 ACRES :: Live Oak County ::
La Gloria Land Co represented the Buyer for this transaction. This is a fine South Texas Ranch, located on a paved road, not too far off of I-37. Boasting over a half mile of Sulphur Creek, and covered with South TX brush and huge oaks, this ranch is full of turkey and deer.
661 ACRES :: Jim Wells County ::
Located in the heart of South Texas, this high fenced ranch has over a mile of Guajillo Creek traversing through the property, offering big bull mesquites and hackberries, as well as excellent terrain for wildlife. The ranch is covered in native South Texas brush, as well as one pasture planted in Leucaena, excellent browse for growing big deer.