This region of Texas offers some of the most reasonably priced land in the Hill Country. That, combined with the solid hunting in the area, make this a great buy! Additional acreage is also available for a total of 4048 acres with nice improvements for $1275/ac.
Mailtrail Creek runs east to west along the northern side of the ranch. Rock bluffs tower above the valley with its giant liveoak and elm trees. Other vegetation includes piņon trees, mesquite, cedar, mountain laurel, persimmon and hackberry. There are beautiful far-reaching views from the ridgelines which have top elevations of 2240 feet. The bottomlands are at 1990 feet.
The ranch is located approximately 25 miles SW of Rocksprings in western Edwards County. It is 40 miles north of Lake Amistad with its world class fishing.
Access is via a private, all-weather easement road about 4 miles west of US 377. This easement is used by adjoining ranches, with no through traffic.
Whitetail, turkey, dove, axis and aoudad
Rio Grande Electric has an electric line running across the property.
One well with a concrete tank and two shared wells feeding numerous water troughs across the ranch.
Property has a low fence around the entire perimeter, part of which is new. Feeders and blinds will convey.
Ag-use exemption is in place. 2010 taxes on the total 4048 acres were $3621.97.
Owner financing available!
Hunting, ranching, recreational.
Mixed Property Acreage:
Total of 4048 acres available.
Property Presented By:
Perry Bushong Real Estate|
Jane Bushong Brown - Broker
661 Bushong Road
Mountain Home, Texas, 78058