Wow, you won't believe your eyes at this fancy ranch for sale in Texas.

About The Ranch

The 7 Arrows Ranch is near Sidney, Texas in Comanche County. The price tag comes out to $11,000,000. It has 1,533.98± acres.

This land has farms, hunting lands, ranches, and recreational land. The house is about  ~2,880 SF and has 5 bedrooms and 2 baths that was built in the 1960s. The home easily sleeps 12 people, has a two-car garage, and metal roof, and is all electric.

Another great aspect of this wonderful property is that it is secluded and off the beaten path, and offers the ultimate in privacy. All you hear is nature; no highway noise or city lights.


The property is 2.5 hours southwest of Dallas, 2 hours southwest of Fort Worth, and 1.25 hours southeast of Abilene.

Wildlife & Hunting

Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, varmint, dove, and ducks provide many hunting opportunities. The ranch was previously in the Managed Lands Deer Program (MLDP)- Harvest Option. In conjunction with TPWD recommendations, management effort in recent years produced a monster low fenced buck scoring over 200” B&C and had previously produced some other really nice trophies including a buck that scored over 170” and had a rare double main beam on one side. There is an equally impressive turkey population with several roosting locations along Patridge Creek. Numerous high quality blinds and feeders are found throughout the property and will convey with the sale.


Just consider for a moment that this land was wild and widely uninhabited by Anglos up until the late 1,800’s as this was Comanche Indian territory, as the county is so thusly named. Comanches and Kiowa Indians frequented the area, and their presence is clearly evidenced here by the collection of arrowheads, spearpoints, and tools regularly found on the property still today. On “star mountain” there are some old carvings dating back to the early 1,900’s on a scenic lookout point, and other carvings inside a rock capped shelter that may pre-date these. Often during those earlier days Texas Rangers would take post on similar look out points for days at a time, scanning the vast prairies looking for raiding parties or threatening activity. Some of the many carvings seen could be Ranger identification numbers or symbols, as have been found on points much like these in the surrounding areas.

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