BRADY MOORE, BROKER

Big League Ranches LLC

Kuper Sotheby's International Realty

brady.moore@sothebysrealty.com

512-534-1857

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Past Group-Owned Ranch Developments

The team at Big League Ranches has over 60 years combined experience in brokering and developing ranches.  Principal, Ron Moore, is responsible for developing some of the finest hunting and recreational ranches in Texas. Each ranch project has its own personality, characteristics and amenities.  Some of the most renowned projects designed by Mr. Moore include:

 

  • El Sauz Ranch - 60,000 acres near Port Mansfield, Texas.  Moore designed and constructed a main lodge and 5 cabanas for the 20 partners of this fabulous hunting and fishing ranch that used to be the southernmost part of the famed King Ranch. www.elsauzranch.com

  • Middle Creek Ranch - 1,000 acres near Blanco, Texas. Designed and built a 22-bedroom compound for the 22 partners in an early Texas, German style décor. Facebook/MiddleCreekRanch

  • Double Eagle Ranch - 3,300 acres sixteen miles from Eagle Pass, Texas.  A year-round lodge used by twenty partners for hunting, fishing, vacationing and touring Mexico.

  • Pinto Creek Ranch - 2,400 acres on the “Blue Hole” of Pinto Creek, south of Del Rio, Texas.  The eight-bedroom lodge housed fifteen partners on a scenic overlook of Pinto Creek.

  • Pinto Valle Ranch - 1,300 acres 16 miles from Laredo, Texas.  Constructed a tile roofed lodge and 15 bedroom compound for the fifteen partners including a pool and tennis courts.

  • Canyon of the Eagles - 640 acres on the upper end of Lake Buchanan owned by the Lower Colorado River Authority.  Worked with biologists, naturalists, and contractors to design and develop the park and lodge. www.canyonoftheeagles.com

 

Mr. Moore has also developed exquisite hunting and recreational ranches in Colorado and Maryland.

 

If you would like to look explore possible ranch development or improvement ideas on your ranch, please let us know!