Bar C Ranch – Sutton County – SE of Sonora
- County: Sutton
- Address: Bond Rd.
- Zip: 76950
- Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Property
- City: Sonora
- Price: $2,851,975
- Acres: 1,505
- State/Zip: Texas 76950
- Beds: 2
- Status: Available
- Baths: 1
EXCEPTIONAL VIEWS - GREAT HUNTING - NICE HOME
Bar C Ranch has tremendous hunting and long range views. Rolling terrain, a wooded draw and frequent sightings of turkey are highlights of the ranch. Headquarters includes a nice pond, guest house and a barn with working cattle pens.
Located approximately 13+/- miles southeast of Sonora via FM 1691 and a county road. Off the county road, the ranch is accessed by a 8/10s mile deeded easement.
Bar C Ranch consists of 1,505 +/- acres with tremendous hunting and long-range views. Elevation ranges from 2,100 +/- asl to 2,240 +/- asl. Terrain is rolling with a healthy variety of oaks, juniper trees, mixed brushes and native grasses. A wooded draw stretches over 3,500 +/- feet on the west side of the ranch. This area has frequent sightings of turkey and is home to a roost along one of the cliffs. Hunting on the ranch is excellent with a solid whitetail population, axis deer, turkey, hogs, dove and other game native to this part of the Hill Country. The ranch is well watered with five water wells and five stock tanks. The fenced-in headquarters has a 2B/1.5B home in great shape with a nice pond fed by a windmill in the front yard. A barn with connected working cattle pens at the headquarters. A 15 +/- acre field near the headquarters is an excellent food plot or would be a great area to plant milo or sunflowers for dove hunting. Mineral rights are negotiable and the property includes an income producing salt water injection well.
A custom built 2,000 +/- sf rock house is situated at the ranch headquarters. The main level of this 2B/1.5B two- story house has an open floor concept designed for family gatherings. The living room is cozy with nice fireplace as the main center piece. As you make your way up the wooden stairs, you will find a good sized master bedroom which gives the owner the option to bring in multiple beds. The shared bathroom to the second bedroom offers plenty of counter space, a stand-alone bath tub, and a walk in shower.
Walk out the front door to a beautiful pond supplemented by a windmill. The edges of the pond are well manicured, with a couple of nice trees that provide a cool shady spot in the summer. A small 1B/1B guest house is located near the main house, proving even more flexibility with sleeping arrangements. Also located at the headquarters is a large metal barn with adjoining steel pipe working pens turn-key for a cattle operation. There is a metal container tool shed, along with a game cleaning area and game cooler. Approximately 1,040 +/- acres of the ranch is high fenced with the remaining 465 +/- acres low fenced for a mix of wild game hunting.
Abundant game includes whitetail deer, axis deer, turkey, hogs, dove and other animals native to the Hill Country.
There are 5 water wells and 5 stock tanks on the ranch. A large capacity 150+/- gpm well is located at the headquarters. The ranch also has a submersible pump and a solar well. The wells include a submersible pump at the house, a windmill and a solar well.
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