Acres: 563.02 +/-
Description: Great little hunting ranch surrounded by large neighbors. This South Texas hunting ranch is well situated to I35 and an easy quick drive from Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and Houston. It is a hunters paradise with large healthy deer, turkey, hogs, and birds.
Ranch Improvements: There are several electric poles around the ranch, water well, large earthen tank, good fencing,
Water: One good Carrizo water well with electric pump operated by the oil company. There is also a sizable earthen tank supplied by the well and the seasonal Cibolo Creek as well.
Fencing / Roads: Game proof fencing along south boundary with remaining boundaries having typical 5-strand barbed wire fencing in new to fair condition. Ranch roads are in fair to poor condition beyond the oil and gas roads.
Utilities: Several electric poles are nicely placed throughout the ranch with AEP Electric.
Wildlife: An Abundance of native wildlife such as large whitetail deer, turkey, and hogs roam the entire ranch. There are also many different types of birds around the ranch including many birds of prey such as hawks and the beautiful Caracara.
Access: Good access from two different gravel/dirt county roads – Northwest side of CR 4885 and Southwest side of CR 4670.
Elevation: The property is generally undulating with the seasonal Cibolo Creek bisecting the property in its central portion. There is very little elevation change – 590 ft. to 615 ft.
Vegetation: The ranch has vegetation and tree cover that is typical for the area such as, mesquite, guajillo, black brush, white brush, and prickly pear, and native grass. Approximately 10% of the property is cleared with an oilfield pad. There are also several Senderos cleared for hunting.
Minerals: Unknown – seller believes none are owned.
Taxes: Taxes for 2018 were$1,430.00. 1-D-1 Open Space Valuation is in place under agriculture.
Location: Approximately 13 miles west of Dilley, Texas on the SW corner of CR 4885 & CR 4670
Environmental Issues: There is an old oil spill in the northwest corner of the property. Seller is currently working with several entities to evaluate the impact to the property and outline potential remedies.
Encumbrance/Easements: The property has a surface lease and is understood to have a natural gas transmission line located along its south boundary as well as a natural gas gathering line near the main entry from CR 4885 easement servicing the oilfield pad in the central portion of the ranch.
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