The 1,874 acre BW Ranch, sitting on the headwaters of year-round Myrtle Creek in a box canyon in Bandera County, Texas, offers live water along with some of the country’s most stunning views. Genetically enhanced whitetails and turkey, dove, and bobwhites share the land with exotics including blackbuck, fallow deer, and bison. Water resources include an 8-acre stocked lake, a smaller lake, and nine ponds. The three-bedroom/three-bath limestone ranch house defines comfortable elegance, a three-bedroom/two-bath caretaker’s house and an open-air pavilion sit nearby; building sites abound. Ranch infrastructure includes improved roads (25± miles), a main barn, and an equipment barn with game processing.