OWNER WILL ALSO SELL THIS RANCH IN 2 PARCELS
Elevations range from 1350' to 1575'. The topography ranges from relatively flat fertile grassy land covered with mesquite and liveoak to rocky hills separated by big valleys. The hills/mountains in this area have a look that is reminiscent of West Texas.
Agua Dulce Ranch is in the transition zone between the South Texas Brush Country and the Texas Hill Country. Located on Highway 334, only 40 minutes northwest of Uvalde which is home to a hospital, an airport and two college campuses; 15 minutes northeast of Brackettville and historic Fort Clark Springs; and 45 minutes to Del Rio which is home to Del Rio International Airport, beautiful Lake Amistad, numerous restaurants and hotels and a hospital.
Large groves of liveoak trees and motts of shinoak cover the valleys. South Texas brush includes mesquite, blackbrush, catclaw and guajillo. Hill Country cover includes blueberry juniper, persimmon and agarita.
Agua Dulce Ranch is located in an area that is conducive to all native species including South Texas Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkeys, Javelina, Mourning and White-Winged Dove, and Bobwhite Quail. Some of the State's largest whitetail bucks have been harvested in this area.
Very good condition game fence around majority of perimeter--lacks approximately 2 miles to be fully high fenced.
Five water wells, all with submersible pumps, two of which are solar powered, provide sweet water to all parts of the ranch. Two new stone tanks and one pond.
Beautiful, new 3/2 1900-square-foot +/- rock home nestled amongst a grove of tall liveoaks. The house has: wrap-around porch, tile roof, tile and wood floors, rock fireplace, granite countertops and pressed tin ceiling in the kitchen. The spacious open floor plan in the kitchen and living room is warm and inviting. The home is fully furnished with a Mexico/ranch decor that is true to the area.
--4500-square-foot +/- metal building/garage attached to the rock home--equipped with automatic doors, this garage will accommodate all your high-rise hunting vehicles.
--very good condition game fence around majority of perimeter--lacks approximately 2 miles to be fully high fenced
--hunting blinds and feeders, including 10 new Remington feeders
--150 acre oat field just below the house--the deer love it!
--road system throughout ranch
--old hunting cabin
There is a percentage that is negotiable.
Ranch has the 1-D-1 agricultural use exemption.
Hunting, ranching, recreational
SHOWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY:
PERRY BUSHONG REAL ESTATE
PERRY BUSHONG, broker
JANE BUSHONG BROWN, agent 830-640-3254
~~~an experienced ranching and real estate family ~~~
DISCLOSURE: In 2001, the Texas Animal Health Commission reported that cases of anthrax were reported within a triangle area extending from Uvalde to Eagle Pass to Ozona and this ranch lies within the area of that triangle.
NOTE: The information contained herein was obtained from sources thought to be reliable, but is not guaranteed or warranted by the broker or seller and is subject to change in price and/or withdrawal from the market without notice. The property sells "as is" without warranty except title. All prospective buyers should use due diligence in finding answers to any questions they have about the ranch.
Property Presented By:
Perry Bushong Real Estate|
Jane Bushong Brown - Broker
661 Bushong Road
Mountain Home, Texas, 78058