When you invest in South Texas ranch land, you become part of a ranching and agricultural tradition that dates back more than two hundred years to a time when the region was still considered a part of New Spain. Cattle ranching became widespread in South Texas in the mid-1700s when some of the first ranchos were established along the banks of the Rio Grande. Before that, in the Spanish missions at San Antonio and Goliad, cattle ranching was already an integral part of life. Goliad, in fact, was the site of Texas’ first significant cattle ranch.
Today, some parcels of South Texas ranch land still contain traces of these early Spanish Colonial ranches. Many of the traditions rooted in those days – such as rodeos, the cowboy vocabulary and the cowboy himself – have survived to the present and are now incorporated into Texas’ greater cultural tradition.
Whether you’re interested in South Texas ranch land for ranching or recreational purposes, you’re certain to be more than satisfied with the wealth of choices available, as well as with the expansive sizes of most of the ranches in South Texas. Ranch properties continue to perform well in today’s real estate market and South Texas ranch land is priced at approximately $1,800 to $3,200 per acre.
Desert Flower Realty has been in the business of buying and selling South Texas ranch land for almost 20 years. If you’d like to know more about ranch and hunting land in South Texas, contact us at 800-388-8526 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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