Robinson Creek Ranch, owned by the same family since 1949, is a land of gently rolling hills with trees and grassland in Lipan, TX. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Just over the horizon, within an hour to two-hour drive of Dallas-Fort Worth, is a vast expanse of rural land that is attracting its own growing number of buyers from around the world.

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Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty currently has listings of more than $1 billion in rural properties. The 111-acre Shooting Star Ranch is at 1600 Historic Lane in Cross Roads, TX.

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The Texas residential market is white hot. Buyers far outstrip sellers, creating bidding wars for high-quality homes in great neighborhoods.

Just over the horizon within an hour to two-hour drive is a vast expanse of rural land that is attracting its own growing number of buyers.

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The 5C Quarter Horse Ranch. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Wouldn’t it be fabulous to wake up Christmas morning with your family on your own farm or ranch?

At Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty, the team of ranch and land specialists has 65 properties for sale that have total value of almost $218 million.

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Chrystal Falls Ranch is a sportsman’s paradise, just two hours west of Fort Worth, with a 10-bedroom lodge and separate manager’s house … and 4,000 acres of trophy whitetails, axis deer and blackbuck antelope.
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Chrystal Fall Ranch, 0 FM 283 in Eliasville, TX, has about 4,000 acres, including more than a mile of river frontage along the Clear Fork of the Brazos River. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Investing in land is one of the greatest investment strategies available to build wealth. One reason is because of scarcity – we can’t make any more land. As the supply shrinks and the demand increases, the value goes up.

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The 951-acre Moon River Ranch in Falls County is listed for $7,900,000. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty 

The Texas residential market is white hot. Buyers far outstrip sellers, creating bidding wars for high quality homes in great neighborhoods.

Just over the horizon within an hour to two-hour drive is a vast expanse of rural land that is attracting its own growing number of buyers.

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Historic Bitter Creek Ranch. Listed for $33,861,275. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

If you’ve had the opportunity to work with our company’s Ranch and Land division, which we opened about four years ago, you know how bullish I am on owning a piece of rural America. 

To have the opportunity to “buy American” and “buy America” are both exciting prospects to me. Increasingly, many of our clients have seen ranchland play as a savvy, yet safe investment for their real estate portfolios.
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The Hedrick Ranch, built in 1893, is listed for $2,712,600. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Buffalo Gap holds a special place in Texas history. Bison herds used this natural pass through the Callahan Divide, an east-west mountain range. Then the gap became a key section of the Great Western Cattle Trail, running parallel to the Chisholm Trail. Cattle were driven in the post-Civil War era along the Great Western Trail from Bandera, west of San Antonio, through Buffalo Gap to Abilene and Dodge City, Kan.

Nearby are two adjoining ranches that offer the opportunity to live the Texas dream. The 1,233-acre historic Hedrick Cliff Spring Ranch is just east of Buffalo Gap and 15 miles south of Abilene. The adjacent 167-acre Russell Ranch has native grasses and an abundance of wildlife for hunting.
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Located 7.5 miles east of Stephenville, the Waggoner Ranch is in a highly desirable part of Central Texas, about 85 miles southwest of Dallas and 57 miles south of Fort Worth.

Waggoner Ranch, 3194 Private Road 1125, Stephenville, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's luxury home for sale in Dallas Fort Worth-land

The ranch historically has been enjoyed as a great combination ranch property featuring beautiful hilltop views, excellent hunting, plenty of water, and good native grass pastures. The ranch offers numerous potential building sites, outstanding recreation, and good grazing for livestock. There is about 140 feet of elevation change across the ranch and a good mix of open country and moderate to heavy cedar and mesquite brush cover, with live oak, post oak and elm hardwoods scattered throughout.
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Waggoner Ranch near Stephenville features superb building sites, great recreation and good grazing for livestock. Listed for $3,400 per acre or $6,262,800

Just minutes east of the charming town of Stephenville in one of the most beautiful sections of Texas sits a ranch that offers superb building sites, great recreation and good grazing for livestock. On 1,842 acres, Waggoner Ranch has historically been used for hunting and fishing, raising cattle and as a unique escape from city life, while still being close to the town of Glen Rose and to Squaw Creek Lake.
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