Touch Down Real Estate
801 B Knickerbocker
San Angelo, Texas 76903

Specializing in prime lake properties and ranches in West Texas.

Dan Gandy:


(800) 282-1630
(325) 659-5100
(325) 656-5708




Paul McInnis

830 637 9706

Don Sessom


Kyle Gandy


Dan Hanks


Cheryl Kubacak



Ranches, Homes & Farms

Large & small listings, rolling hills or rough, beautiful river ranches, several show places, hunting & or fishing. Livestock ranches, country living at it's best. Let me locate a ranch for you!





1 to 93 acres - Commercial Property - Christoval Road - San Angelo, Texas
1 to 93 Acre Ranch (approx. 93 acres) Selling Prices:

All 93 Acres
  - $17,500.00 per acre
  - Includes valuable caliche pit area (with enough removed to complete IEA's 14 acres and any needed for the Six Acres)
  - Sold as is

11 to 20 Acres
  - $20,000.00 per acre
  - No part of current caliche pit to be included
  - Includes access to private road between IEA's land and 100 Acre Ranch
  - Assistance in maintaining private road will be expected
  - Sold as is

5 to 10 Acres
  - $25,000.00 per acre
  - No part of current caliche pit to be included
  - Includes access to private road between IEA's land and 100 Acre Ranch
  - Assistance in maintaining private road will be expected
  - Sold as is

Will not sell less than 5 acres

Six Acres with Caretaker's House and Warehouse:
$975,000.00 Cash
$1,050,000.00 if owner carries
  - 25% down
  - 10 year note
  - 6.0% interest rate

I.E.A's 30 Acres Old Christoval Hwy - To Sale
Acreage with Six Inches of Compacted Caliche:
  - 1 to 2 acres - $75,000.00 per acre
  - 3 to 4 acres - $70,000.00 per acre
  - 5 to 7 acres - $60,000.00 per acre
  - 8 to 15 acres - $55,000.00 per acre
  - 16 acres - $50,000.00 per acre

Unimproved 14 Acres on Dan Hanks Lane:
  - 1 to 2 acres - $35,000.00 per acre
  - 3 to 4 acres - $32,500.00 per acre
  - 5 to 6 acres - $30,000.00 per acre
  - 7 to 13 acres - $25,000.00 per acre
  - 14 acres - $22,500.00 per acre
23.7 $1,500,000 This property has an outstanding pecan orchard and also native pecans, that reach to the sky. The property has 33 + acre feet of irrigation rights and a great water well, with an one and a half horse pump. It is divided up into pastures and has two barns and with the water rights, one can plant and water all pasture and field areas. It also has an one and a half acre pond with great fish. The house has 3 bedrooms, two and a half baths, den, living room, fire place with blower. This property is located in the country but, close to San Angelo, for work, air port, hospitals, and other convenience.
32 $495,000 Just out side San Angelo city limits, ag exempt, farm- ranch land, with deep soil and an outstanding place to build a home. Lots of wildlife and one of the best dove hunting ranches in this area. Great homesite with country living close to San Angelo. Located on the South side of town with some of the ranch in Wall school district and most of it in San Angelo ISD.
80 $216,000 13 miles north of Eldorado toward Christoval. Hwy 277, to county road 312 - 2,5 miles and then a private caliche road about 1.5 miles. Good hill range to the west, with lots of tree cover, juniper, mesquite, and great native grass. Shallow soil and rocks to deeper soil in bottoms. Great cover for wildlife, two water wells, elec. and a good set of woking pens. Ranch has several locations for a ranch house or a get away cabin.
100 $2,500,000 San Angelo, Old Christoval Road and Dan Hanks Road, and private road entrance. INDUSTRIAL PARK, commercial property, water and electricity. Will divide to meet your needs at $25,000 per acre. As Is. Owner will carry note, or lease to buy, to help you get the property that you want.
100 + or - $1,100,000 This one of a kind ranch, located in the Jim Ned School District, Tuscola, Texas, has better hills than most of the hill country. This is one of the last areas where the Indians lived and there are artifacts and stories of big battles with the coming of the settlers. Large live oak, red oak, mesquite, and brush cover. Makes for outstanding wildlife, deer, turkey and dove. Quail are making a comeback. The cultivated areas have been rotated between wheat, hay grazer and other hay producing crops. Great ranch for cattle and good fences that will hold any livestock a person would like to have. Towers in the area keep you in great cell phone, TV, and any other communication you might have or need. You are close to Abilene and Interstate 20 for travel or business that you need to get to. 2,000 sq. ft. (under roof) custom home has 3 bedrooms, Hickory floors, 2 full baths, carpet in two bedrooms, two pull down stairs with floored storage, 2 concerete culverts, yard sprinkler system and screened in porch. Total privacy and home is not visible from road. Barn and 2 out buildings and silo. Steamboat Mt. Water Dist. to the house, one stock tank, and water troughs. Owner will covey half of minerals owned, as well as executive rights.
303 $1,900,000 Located in the beautiful, scenic, Brady Mountains. 279 acres High Fence, 24 acres Low Fence. Lodge, 4 bedrooms, 3 bath, furnished. Great outdoor kitchen and deck, overlooking large valley with views up to 35 plus miles. Cabin, two Bedrooms, one bath, furnished. Metal Barn, 50 X 40 - Outstanding "Man Cave" Wildlife Cleaning facility with outdoor meat cooler. Milllersview-Doole Water and Two Large Stock Tanks. 40+ white tail bucks 140 - 350 inches - Doe same genetics (Unbelievable). 25 + Axis 10+ Black Buck 20 Urial-Mouflon - Cross Sheep - Food Plots - Insulated Deer Blinds - Corn and Protein Feeders. The Ranch generates substantial money off wildlife. Biologist and Ranch owner have extensively managed the development of wildlife, including turkey & dove. The Scenic vistas afforded on this one of a kind ranch are unmatched. North out of Brady on Hwy. 283 (approx. 10 miles). West on Hwy. 504 (approx. 2 miles west of Pear Valley.
343.867 $1,547,401.50 High Fence Ranch: Located in the Heart of Texas, 20 miles North of Brady, off Hwy. 283. 60 miles east of San Angelo - 35 miles SW of Brownwood. Highway frontage and easy access, with several towns that have private airport access. This one of a kind hunting ranch, has two stock tanks, county water tap, with large and small live oak and good brush cover. Outstanding quality of Boone and Crockett white tail bucks and doe to go with the ranch. Turkey, dove, quail are also native to the area. Stock tanks can also support a large number of Bass and or Catfish. Dove hunting, is one of the best in Texas in this area, also great winter time Ducks will stay on the stock tanks. Galvanized fence with deer and cattle pens.
1080 $8,750,000 San Saba County, four and one half miles of the Colorado River, with deep water. LCRA water rights for livestock, and a hickory aquifer well, 3003 feet deep, free flow 300 GPM, great for Irrigation. Ranch also has two taps of Richland Springs water district. This game managed ranch has outstanding deer, turkey, quail, and dove. New Home with 6,574 square feet under roof, 4248 square feet air conditioned. 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and one, half bath. Barn, shed, good fences. Feeder pens, and feeders for deer, turkey, and other wildlife. Barn, sheds, live stock pens, Guest House. Fishing in the Colorado River, stock tanks, and lake, is the best in Texas.
1132+ $6,000,000 Nolan County - North of Blackwell - rolling hills - nice creek - ranch has good well water - good wildlife - deer, dove, quail, turkey - owner will convey 1/4 of minerals personally owned. Beautiful Property
1153 $4,035,500 Colorado River Ranch: Located in McCulloch and Coleman Counties, with both sides of the river on part of the ranch. Outstanding wildlife and fishing, with several places to set up camp along the river, to set lines or just enjoy the outdoors. Two bedroom ranch home with outbuildings and Doole-Millersview water on the ranch. Two nice stock tanks and one stocked with perch for fishing on the Colorado River. High fenced on three sides and seller will pay one half the cost for a new high fenced on the side not fenced. This ranch has been game managed for years, and has outstanding deer, turkey, dove, and quail. Large live oak trees, live oak thickets, mesquite , on the ranch, give the wildlife great cover. There is one large field (game) plot close to the river, and several other place to make other nice food plots for the wildlife. With over 2 miles of the Colorado River, stock tanks, and abundant wildlife, this is what family dreams are made from. Ranch also comes with some minerals.
Will locate large West Texas ranches for you - 45,000 acres to 150,000 plus acres.
These properties offered are subject to prior sell, change in price, or removal from the market without notice.  Information is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed by Touchdown Real Estate.

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