Experience the Raw Beauty of the Texas Ranch Dubbed “The Last of the Great Places”
Hall and Hall listing agent Tyler Jacobs isn’t exaggerating when he describes the more than 4,772 acres of Livermore Ranch as “National Park quality.”
Nestled in the heart of the remote Davis Mountains in the Trans-Pecos region, Livermore Ranch is mostly alpine—a rarity in Texas. The untamed land includes major to minor peaks, shear bluffs, notorious rock formations, deep shaded canyons, and large meadows. “It’s a diamond hidden in the middle of this sky island ecosystem,” Jacobs tells Southern Living. “It’s just phenomenal. The scenery there surpasses much of what you’d see in the Rocky Mountains.”
There’s a reason it’s called “Last of the Great Places.”
The entrance to Livermore Ranch is located about 30 miles west of Fort Davis in Jeff Davis county. Marfa is about 25 miles Southeast of the ranch. It’s spectacularly remote. Jacobs recommends it for someone looking for a place that is “both special and private and might even travel to and fro by helicopter.” The right buyer will also have no problem with the $17.5 million listing price.
Adding to the ranch’s unique appeal is the fact that the adjoining property, the 9,155-acre Gearhart Ranch is currently for sale as well. Also listed by Hall and Hall, Gearhart Ranch asks a cool $30,457,953. The person who snatches up both properties (which according to Jacobs is certainly an option) will acquire roughly 14,000 acres of beautiful Texas wilderness. Oh, and a few historic lodges to boot.
Keep scrolling for a tour of Livermore Ranch, and see what all the fuss is about.