Welcome to Pearl Springs Ranch, nestled in the picturesque Texas Hill Country near the charming community of Pearl, Texas. Spanning approximately 1,881 acres, this expansive ranch features rolling topography, high mesa tops with spectacular views, and bluffs overlooking the spring-fed Bee Creek Valley lined with sycamore and pecan trees. Rare for this region, Pearl Springs Ranch offers diverse landscapes, exceptional ranching and hunting opportunities, abundant exotic wildlife, seamless accessibility, and unique character throughout.


Location: Positioned approximately 2-3 miles from Pearl, Texas, in the western part of Coryell County. The ranch is approximately 45 minutes from Waco, 25 minutes from Lampasas and Gatesville, and 1.5 to 2 hours from Austin and DFW.


Terrain: Upon entering Pearl Springs Ranch, the diverse terrain and majestic topography are immediately apparent, offering a rare experience. The balance between wooded and open land is ideal, making this property feel endless. The lush, deep soil creek bottoms and fields provide opportunities to enhance ranching and wildlife experiences through food plots or improved pasture. To fully appreciate the diversity of the ranch, one must see it in person.


Water: The ranch is named after its multiple springs (11 in total), which feed draws and ponds throughout the property, ultimately feeding into Bee Creek, which winds through the ranch for several miles. Many of the springs are strong and provide great water sources via the ponds and the creek. The ranch is also blessed multiple water taps from Tri-County Water Supply, which provides water to the improvements on the ranch. Additionally, there are four good water wells supporting wildlife and agricultural operations. Several dams along the creek and spring-fed draws feed multiple large lakes and natural water holes within the creek basin and drainage area. The ranch typically receives about 35 inches of rainfall annually, making Pearl Springs Ranch a water haven.


Improvements: The ranch’s headquarters, crafted from hand-hewn large timbers, stands majestically atop a bluff overlooking the Bee Creek Valley. As you enter the family gathering room, the compound-style architecture is breathtaking. Each of the four distinct living spaces and gathering areas features grand fireplaces made from river rock and native stone. The beautiful hardwood floors and impressive beams highlight exceptional wood and log craftsmanship. Stepping out from the family gathering room onto the deck, you’ll find a spiral staircase leading down to a wine cellar ingeniously built into the mountainside, still in use today. Each living space is unique, including a large master bedroom and living area unlike anything seen before. The fourth building of the compound is a duplex-style multiple-bed sleeping space, each with its own bathroom. A newly constructed metal barn with multiple roll-up bay-style doors, concrete floors, and a two-story living space with a porch adds additional flexibility to the headquarters. The ranch also includes a separate foreman’s headquarters with a resident foreman, and another storage metal building for large equipment.

Road System: A well-maintained interior road system provides excellent access to all parts of the ranch and can be maintained from material sources on the ranch.


Wildlife and Exotics: Embrace the endless allure of hunting and fishing on this remarkable property. It truly is a haven for diverse wildlife. The majority of the ranch is high-fenced, creating a unique and diversified wildlife experience. The land is home to a large elk herd, zebras, whitetail deer, dove, quail, and offers fantastic duck hunting on the many ponds and creek bottom lakes. Additionally, turkey and various other species ensure exhilarating adventures for outdoor enthusiasts, making this a paradise for hunters and nature lovers alike. The multiple lakes are teeming with fish, creating a versatile angler experience.

Broker’s Comments: Pearl Springs Ranch is located in a unique area of Texas, with a beautiful canopy of hills and large expanses of mesa tops breaking into endless spring-fed creek bottoms and fertile soil throughout the bottomlands. The area’s normal rainfall creates a lush canopy of wildflowers, native grasses, and beautiful large live oaks, Spanish oaks, pecans, sycamores, mesquite, and cedar, providing habitat for the wildlife. This high-fenced ranch also includes approximately 300 acres outside the high fence, where the current owner maintains an agricultural operation by running a small herd of cows and calves, creating a diverse range of uses for the ranch. The cherry on top is a beautifully quaint chapel set in the heart of the ranch, with views of a beautiful bluebonnet filled meadow holding a large lake.

*** We can send you a complete library of pictures if you wish.

–Thank you, JDY


  • Property Size: 1881 +/-
  • Property Type: Ranch, Recreational, Residential
  • City Coryell
  • State/county Coryell County, Texas

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