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Hidden Springs Ranch

Posted on: April 17th, 2021 by Hortenstine Blake

Overview: We are pleased to present Hidden Springs Ranch, a well-balanced, turn-key combination ranch in North Central Anderson County. From the rolling, improved pastures to the wooded creek bottoms, the ranch is well suited for both livestock and recreation.

Hidden Springs Ranch is a quality combination ranch offering a private getaway and an excellent ranch to hunt, farm, and spend time with the kids. Over 3 miles of established roads and trails meander across the rolling, dramatic topography reaching each corner of the ranch. The combination of improved pastures and native timber fosters productive grasses and abundant wildlife habitat year-round. The property is private and secluded offering the new owners a true piece of Piney Woods paradise. Paved road frontage provides all weather access to the ranch house. Quality deer management over the years has produced both abundant and attractive native white-tailed deer, a growing Eastern turkey population and migratory birds such as dove and waterfowl. Couple that with the improved pastures, native timber, and spring-fed water, you can literally do it all with this unique combination of recreational and agricultural attributes.

Location/Local Touring Attractions: Hidden Springs Ranch is equidistant from both Athens & Palestine, TX. (18 – 22miles). Located ~95 minutes southeast of Dallas and ~45 minutes southwest of Tyler, the ranch offers convenient proximity for the primary or second home resident.

For the evenings when you don’t feel like cooking dinner, you’ll have multiple options to choose from. The charming, small country towns of Athens and Palestine are great options if you need a good restaurant, groceries, supplies or other services. Both you and your guests alike will enjoy the laid-back pace of life that East Texas provides.

Local Attractions: Texas Freshwater Fishery (Athens), 3 P’s and a Vine Winery (Athens), Tara Vineyard & Winery (Athens), Athens Brewing Co., Castle Oaks Winery, Lake Athens, Athens Country Club and Lake Palestine.

Improvements: Located on the north end of the ranch, a nice 1,566 SF home provides a turn-key residence that is ready to enjoy. The updated home features three bedrooms and two baths with new appliances and all of the comforts of home. The home features several updates throughout and a new roof on the exterior. The home site offers copious storage including a spacious 2-car garage, out building, and an equipment shed. Once you drive past the house, dramatic rolling hills greet you as you drop down into the wooded creek bottom. The pastures have been managed, sprayed and are currently being lightly grazed by cattle. Between the pastures and along the creeks, native timber and abundant browse provide quality habitat for deer and other wildlife.

Surface Water & Fisheries: On the north west portion of the ranch, multiple prolific springs feeds a wetland year-round and provides the new owners with a solid opportunity for waterfowl habitat. The wetland is surrounded by native timber providing cover and an ideal location to further develop a prime waterfowl hunting area. In addition to the wetland, there are two stock tanks available for wildlife and livestock on opposite ends of the ranch. Multiple wet-weather creeks offer seasonal water flow as well.

Wildlife & Hunting: Native wildlife on Hidden Springs Ranch are abundant and quite diverse. White-tailed deer, Eastern turkey, waterfowl, Fox and Grey squirrels, fox, bobcats, dove and many other varmints can be found year-round. The property has been managed with Quality Deer Management principles and is turn-key for the new owners to enjoy this coming fall. This is evident when touring the property as you’ll find some of the most preferred native forage across the ranch. Plants such as American Beautyberry, Pokeweed, Dogwood, Sumac, Greenbrier, Honeysuckle, and Muscadine make up substantial browse resources. Wildlife feeders and food plot locations have been established. Food plot locations will be re-planted again in early September.

Livestock/hay production: The ranch features over 65 acres of improved, fertile pastures where Coastal and Common Bermuda grasses are dominate over native grasses. The pastures are sprayed on a yearly basis and are in good condition for grazing or future hay production. Most of the pastures are well-drained and are accessible by a pickup truck and/or UTV.

Topography: The topography is breath taking as it rolls throughout the entire ranch with elevation changes surrounding the drainages and ridges on the property. The ranch has a high point of ~560 feet above sea level and a low of ~420 feet above sea level. There are also two potential pond/lake sites located within the watersheds on the ranch (Ask Broker for details).

Soils: Clay dependent Darco, Kirvin, and Tenaha soils dominate the landscape while sandy to fine sandy loams foster healthy timber, grasses and woody browse.

Airports: Athens Municipal (F44)- 20 min. from Pine Hill Ranch; Cherokee County Airport- Jet Fuel & Maintenance Available – 52 min from the property; Passenger Full-Service Airports – Tyler Pounds Regional 56 min from the ranch.

Hospitals: UT Health – Athens (21 min); Christus Trinity Mother Frances – Athens (21 min); Christus Mother Frances- Tyler (60 min).

Directions: From Dallas- take Highway175 southeast for ~70 miles to Athens and exit onto TX-7 Loop. Next, exit to Hwy. 19 follow for 21 miles to FM 837. Turn east onto FM 837 and travel 4.4 miles to County Road 445. Turn south on County Road 445 and travel 0.8 miles to the ranch’s entrance on the west side of the road at the gated entrance with the white fence.

Easements: Easements known to Broker are for residential utilities (electricity and rural water supply).

Utilities: Electric is provided by TVEC and community water is available on CR 445.

Taxes: Hidden Springs Ranch carries an Ag/Timber exemption across the entire property.

Minerals: Surface only. The Seller represents no mineral ownership.

Asking Price: $990,000 ($4,380.53/acre)

Contact: Stephen Schwartz, Sales Agent, 903-738-7882

Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.

21.5 acres in Milam County, Texas

Posted on: April 16th, 2021 by Dean John

Excellent place to call your own—just minutes from the Rockdale area, but still offers privacy and a place to get away!

This +/- 21.5 acre tract has a nice creek area with lots of oak trees along it’s edges. One large oak tree near the county road as well. This property has several good potential pons building sites.

This property would be great for a home, shop or barn. The property has a gentle climb to it and has good grass throughout for cattle or other livestock. Property is ag exempt and would need fencing on once side. All of the current fencing is excellent high tensile net wire. There is a power line across the road. A water well may be required in this area.

Restrictions ins place to protect your investment-no mobile homes, trash, junk, subdividing, businesses, etc. Boundary lines are approximate, new survey will be required. Acreage may be negotiable.

125 Acres 30 Minutes to Waco!

Posted on: April 16th, 2021 by Brown Amber

A once in a lifetime property just outside Waco TX! This property is a 125 Acres with 3 active stock ponds, a seasonal creek that mature hard woods and amazing natural grasses. Whether you’re looking to raise cattle, hunt or both this property displays amazing diversity and and cross sections that can be divided for devotion to good hunting spots away from cattle if desired. The home is a meticulously maintained 4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath with a beautiful gas kitchen range and has a split floorplan with 3 Bedrooms on one side of the home and the Master on the other for quaint privacy and enjoyment. With the back of the home facing North East giving shaded evenings and a view that extends for miles with a pool, it’s the ultimate enjoyment spot for anyone looking for quiet living. With plenty of wildlife to include deer, hogs and dove galore you couldn’t ask for a better homestead to make your forever or just the weekend getaway.

Sotol Canyon Ranch

Posted on: April 16th, 2021 by Grothaus Sheldon

Sotol Canyon Ranch for sale near Dryden, Texas, is a massive hunting and recreational paradise with incredible canyon views, several small caves, numerous hiking trails, and remote seclusion. This 664 acre ranch is located in Terrell County, less than two hours from historic Langtry, 60 miles from Seminole Canyon State Park, a little over 70 miles from Sanderson or the Pecos River, and about two and half hours from Fort Lancaster. There is an old airstip on the ranch that could be rehabbed; making this the perfect weekend getaway from anywhere in the state.

The ranch is entirely low-fenced and is accessed via deeded easement. Rugged ridges, canyons, creek beds, and caves perfect for exploration and adventure, characterize this West Texas topography. Ownership of both sides of the canyon ensures maximum privacy and variety of hunting terrain. Good ranch roads and hiking trails wind throughout the brush and rocky terrain, giving access to most of the ranch. There are numerous early American artifacts to be found around the property.

There is a 1,000 square-foot cabin in place overlooking Big Canyon; a huge drainage area and wildlife sanctuary that runs approximately one mile through the property. This one-bedroom, one-bathroom furnished structure is the perfect spot to return to after a day of hunting or recreation across this property. The cabin is complete with a kitchen, large living space, shower with a water heater, ceiling fans, an AC window unit, and electrical hookups for a generator or solar battery. Nearby, there is a large carport with a locking workshop.

Water is supplied to the ranch via rural water and a 400 foot shared solar well that the ranch is tied into. In addition, there are two water storage tanks, a water trough, and a small pond for wildlife and cattle.

The ranch is teeming with herds of Whitetail and mule deer, turkey, dove, quail as well as various foxes, hares and the occasional Black Bear. There is one hunting blind and a protein feeder strategically placed on the ranch.

Sotol Canyon Ranch is a tremendous opportunity for an incomparable hunting and recreational getaway with incomparable hiking and exploration opportunities.

Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales, LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.

3,500 acres in Del Rio

Posted on: April 16th, 2021 by Charles E Cammack

Location & Description: This property is located approximately 40 miles north of Del Rio and 40 miles south of I-10 and Sonora in Val Verde County, Texas off Dolan Creek Road. This unique hunting ranch lies in a region where the Edwards Plateau converges with the Rio Grande Plains, lending to diverse terrain that includes high bluffs with spectacular views, deep canyons, and flatlands with rich soil. The majority of this ranch is nestled in a valley between canyons and is surrounded by very large neighboring tracts, creating complete privacy. It is located just 10 miles from the magnificent Dolan Falls Preserve in the Devils River State Natural Area. The ranch was originally part of the land tracts owned by C.B. Dutch Wardlaw who founded Production Wool & Mohair Company in 1923. The company produced up to seven million pounds of wool and mohair annually during its peak years in the 1940s. A major pipeline corridor runs through the property, creating open hunting or grazing area, and is an ideal spot to develop an airstrip. It also presents a future income opportunity for landowners for any new pipeline construction through the corridor. Three pipelines have come through the ranch in the past five years.

Water: The property is equipped with 1 solar water well and 1 windmill. A network of poly-pipe feeds many troughs and water tanks scattered throughout the property. A seasonal creek runs through the property, a tributary of Middle Dolan Creek that feeds Dolan Creek.

Land: The topography is diverse, ranging from high bluffs and wide canyons to flatlands with rich black soil. Vegetative cover includes a variety of oaks, junipers, mesquite, and lush native grasses perfect for livestock grazing. The creek bed offers dense cover for wildlife. The entire perimeter of the property is low-fenced and there is cross-fencing that divides the north and south regions of the property.

Wildlife: This ranch offers abundant whitetail, Rio Grande turkey, quail, dove, fox, and other native game species. It also offers fantastic free range exotics including axis, aoudad, wild hogs, and a few sika deer that provide the ranch with excellent year-round hunting opportunities.

Improvements: There is an 850 sq. ft. main lodge with a detached 1,258 sq. ft. cabin that includes 4 separate bedrooms with private bathrooms. There is also a detached equipment garage with a processing station. The main lodge has a fire pit and outdoor kitchen area great for entertaining guests. There are several hunting blinds and feeders scattered throughout the property and a good road system that provides access across the ranch.

Financial/Title: Asking price is $3,225,000. No minerals convey. Wildlife exemption. Owner financing available.

1,650 acres Val Verde County, TX

Posted on: April 16th, 2021 by Charles E Cammack

Location & Description: This 1,650 acre hunting ranch is located approximately 40 miles north of Del Rio and 40 miles south of I-10 and Sonora in Val Verde County, Texas off Dolan Creek Road. This unique property lies in a region where the Edwards Plateau converges with the Rio Grande Plains, lending to diverse terrain that includes high bluffs with spectacular views, deep canyons, and flatlands with rich soil. Surrounded by large neighboring tracts and nestled between canyons, this ranch offers great privacy. It is located just 10 miles from the magnificent Dolan Falls Preserve in the Devils River State Natural Area. The ranch was originally part of the land tracts owned by C.B. Dutch Wardlaw who founded Production Wool & Mohair Company in 1923. The company produced up to seven million pounds of wool and mohair annually during its peak years in the 1940s. A major pipeline corridor runs through the property, creating open hunting or grazing area. It also presents a future income opportunity for landowners for any new pipeline construction through the corridor. Three pipelines have come through the ranch in the past five years.

Water: This property has a large pond/tank in the upper northwest corner of the property, as well as various water troughs scattered throughout the property. A seasonal creek also runs through the property, a tributary of Middle Dolan Creek.

Land: The topography is diverse, ranging from high bluffs and rolling hills to flatlands with rich black soil. Vegetative cover includes a variety of oaks, junipers, mesquite, and lush native grasses perfect for livestock grazing. The creek bed offers dense cover for wildlife.

Wildlife: This ranch offers abundant whitetail, Rio Grande turkey, quail, dove, fox, and other native game species. It also offers fantastic free range exotics including axis, aoudad, wild hogs, and a few sika deer that provide the ranch with excellent year-round hunting opportunities.

Improvements: There are several hunting blinds and feeders located throughout this property, as well as a good road system that provides access across the ranch. One road leads to a high point on the ranch that boasts incredible views of the property and offers a potential build site for a hunting lodge.

Financial/Title: Asking price is $1,400,000. No minerals convey. Wildlife exemption. Owner financing available.

Double S Ranch North

Posted on: April 16th, 2021 by Davidson Charles

The Double S Ranch has been in the same family for 110 years.

This historical and productive short grass ranch is in the south central part of the Oklahoma panhandle. The Double S is a carefully-managed ranch that has been producing some of the finest quality black angus cows for over 20 years, and served as home to a variety of healthy wildlife species. It has the rolling vistas and expansive terrain expected in this high plains area of western Oklahoma, with the addition of dynamic topography and diverse habitat from the Sand Creek dry creek systems.

Land: In addition to the 1,440 deeded acreage, the ranch currently also leases approximately 640 acres from the state. See highlighted areas shown on the map. All parcels (deeded and leased) are contiguous. The property is generally rolling hills with dynamic drainage breaks with cottonwood, hackberry, elm and willow trees. Typical cover for this high plains region of the great plains include various native grasses, gramma, buffalo, and some bluestem.

Livestock: Ranch management has been careful not to overgraze the range conditions, and the ranch has historically ran 35-40 acres/cow (on deeded and leased acreage combined). The fences and cross fences are in good working condition.

Water: There is productive ground water in this specific region with a lot of irrigation nearby. The Double S has one operating submersible pump on deeded property and an older windmill well along the road frontage. Water well depths in the area range from 20′-120′ and they flow at approximately 2-5 gpm. The ranch receives an average of 16-18″ of rainfall annually.

Location: The ranch is located between Dalhart, Texas and Guymon, Oklahoma and just north of the state line across from Stratford. It is west of FM 95 in the southwest part of Texas County, which is bounded on the north and south by Kansas and Texas.

Wildlife: Wildlife on the ranch is abundant, with a healthy population of bob white quail across the ranch, pronghorn antelope, and mule deer and whitetail deer that find sanctuary in the intermittent creek system breaks and cottonwood areas.

Minerals: A portion of the mineral estate sale is available with an acceptable contract. Please ask broker for details. There is very little current production.

Shown by appointment only.

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Three Creeks Ranch

Posted on: April 16th, 2021 by Hortenstine Blake

Overview: Optimal seclusion, superior views, excellent hunting and convenient proximity to the DFW Metroplex awaits at Three Creeks Ranch. Ample opportunities abound for whitetail deer, waterfowl, feral hogs, varmints and dove. The ranch is approximately 312+/- acres and is a prime example of quality land stewardship. It makes for a great recreational and cattle combination.

Location: Three Creeks Ranch is located off County Road 218 near Coolidge, Texas. It is located approximately 86 miles south of Dallas, 40 miles northeast of Waco and 175 miles NW of Houston. The ranch is on the border of Limestone and Navarro Counties, with Pin Oak Creek serving as the Northern Boundary line.

Wildlife & Hunting: Surrounded by big neighbors, Three Creeks Ranch is a perfect year-round recreational ranch. Whitetail deer, feral hogs, waterfowl, dove, coyotes, and bobcats can all be found on the ranch. Outside of keeping the hog population under control, the ranch has been lightly hunted over the last several years, making the ranch a wildlife sanctuary. 3 duck sloughs are currently in place in between Munger Branch and Pin Oak Creek offering a great option for hunting wintering waterfowl. There are numerous spots to introduce managed wetlands if so desired. The creeks and most of the ponds can be fished, and there are a few spots to put in some larger ponds.

Cattle: Three Creeks Ranch is also a very good cattle ranch. It is currently grazed by the ranch owner and is managed the right way. That is evident upon entering the ranch. He has conservatively run 35 AUs under his management. The ranch is cross fenced into four main pastures. A great set of working pens are located near the SW corner of the ranch. Adjacent to the cattle pens is a hay trap that holds approximately 125 large round hay bales.

Surface Water: Three Creeks Ranch is well watered offering a dependable water source for wildlife and livestock. Pin Oak Creek serves as the northern boundary line of the ranch and runs for approximately 1.14 miles. Alligator Creek feeds into Pin Oak Creek close to the NW corner of the ranch. Munger Branch traverses through the middle of the ranch, running west to east, for approximately 1 mile.

Three Creeks Ranch also has 7 ponds and 3 duck sloughs. The largest pond is approximately over half an acre, and the largest slough is approximately 1.4 acres.

Terrain & Topography: Three Creeks Ranch has strong native grasses and excellent tree diversity. Throughout the ranch a variety of oaks, pecans, elm and mesquite trees can be found. Three Creeks Ranch has beautiful rolling topography throughout the ridge line that runs along the southern portion of the ranch. Which offers tremendous views across the ranch and to the north. Overall, the ranch has approximately 60-70′ of elevation change. The high point on the ranch is approximately 470′ above sea level. The average annual participation in Limestone County is approximately 38″.

Taxes: Three Creeks Ranch is under an ag. exemption. The taxes on the ranch were approximately $202.82 per Limestone County Tax Assessor.

Minerals: Seller owned minerals are negotiable.

Directions: From Dallas, take I-45 South to Highway 14 in Richland, TX towards Wortham. Travel approximately 10 miles to turn right onto FM 27. Travel approximately 3.7 miles to take a right onto FM 638. After 2 miles turn left onto CR 214. After 1.1 miles, turn right onto CR 218 to travel approximately 1.1 miles to the ranch gate entrance on the right.

From Waco, take Highway 84 East for approximately 21 miles to turn left onto FM 73. After 11.6 miles turn right onto State Highway 171. After 2.7 miles turn left onto FM 27. Travel 1.25 miles to take a left onto CR 218. After 3.2 miles the ranch gate entrance will be on the left.

Broker Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.

Contact:
Chance Turner, Agent – 972-765-7326 mobile

Three Creeks Ranch

Posted on: April 16th, 2021 by Hortenstine Blake

Overview: Optimal seclusion, superior views, excellent hunting and convenient proximity to the DFW Metroplex awaits at Three Creeks Ranch. Ample opportunities abound for whitetail deer, waterfowl, feral hogs, varmints and dove. The ranch is approximately 312+/- acres and is a prime example of quality land stewardship. It makes for a great recreational and cattle combination.

Location: Three Creeks Ranch is located off County Road 218 near Coolidge, Texas. It is located approximately 86 miles south of Dallas, 40 miles northeast of Waco and 175 miles NW of Houston. The ranch is on the border of Limestone and Navarro Counties, with Pin Oak Creek serving as the Northern Boundary line.

Wildlife & Hunting: Surrounded by big neighbors, Three Creeks Ranch is a perfect year-round recreational ranch. Whitetail deer, feral hogs, waterfowl, dove, coyotes, and bobcats can all be found on the ranch. Outside of keeping the hog population under control, the ranch has been lightly hunted over the last several years, making the ranch a wildlife sanctuary. 3 duck sloughs are currently in place in between Munger Branch and Pin Oak Creek offering a great option for hunting wintering waterfowl. There are numerous spots to introduce managed wetlands if so desired. The creeks and most of the ponds can be fished, and there are a few spots to put in some larger ponds.

Cattle: Three Creeks Ranch is also a very good cattle ranch. It is currently grazed by the ranch owner and is managed the right way. That is evident upon entering the ranch. He has conservatively run 35 AUs under his management. The ranch is cross fenced into four main pastures. A great set of working pens are located near the SW corner of the ranch. Adjacent to the cattle pens is a hay trap that holds approximately 125 large round hay bales.

Surface Water: Three Creeks Ranch is well watered offering a dependable water source for wildlife and livestock. Pin Oak Creek serves as the northern boundary line of the ranch and runs for approximately 1.14 miles. Alligator Creek feeds into Pin Oak Creek close to the NW corner of the ranch. Munger Branch traverses through the middle of the ranch, running west to east, for approximately 1 mile.

Three Creeks Ranch also has 7 ponds and 3 duck sloughs. The largest pond is approximately over half an acre, and the largest slough is approximately 1.4 acres.

Terrain & Topography: Three Creeks Ranch has strong native grasses and excellent tree diversity. Throughout the ranch a variety of oaks, pecans, elm and mesquite trees can be found. Three Creeks Ranch has beautiful rolling topography throughout the ridge line that runs along the southern portion of the ranch. Which offers tremendous views across the ranch and to the north. Overall, the ranch has approximately 60-70′ of elevation change. The high point on the ranch is approximately 470′ above sea level. The average annual participation in Limestone County is approximately 38″.

Taxes: Three Creeks Ranch is under an ag. exemption. The taxes on the ranch were approximately $202.82 per Limestone County Tax Assessor.

Minerals: Seller owned minerals are negotiable.

Directions: From Dallas, take I-45 South to Highway 14 in Richland, TX towards Wortham. Travel approximately 10 miles to turn right onto FM 27. Travel approximately 3.7 miles to take a right onto FM 638. After 2 miles turn left onto CR 214. After 1.1 miles, turn right onto CR 218 to travel approximately 1.1 miles to the ranch gate entrance on the right.

From Waco, take Highway 84 East for approximately 21 miles to turn left onto FM 73. After 11.6 miles turn right onto State Highway 171. After 2.7 miles turn left onto FM 27. Travel 1.25 miles to take a left onto CR 218. After 3.2 miles the ranch gate entrance will be on the left.

Broker Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.

Contact:
Chance Turner, Agent – 972-765-7326 mobile

El Diablo Ranch: 7000 acres in Val Verde County

Posted on: April 15th, 2021 by Charles E Cammack

Location & Description: El Diablo Ranch is located approximately 40 miles north of Del Rio and 40 miles south of I-10 and Sonora in Val Verde County, Texas off Dolan Creek Road. This unique hunting ranch lies in a region where the Edwards Plateau converges with the Rio Grande Plains, lending to diverse terrain that includes high bluffs with spectacular views, deep canyons, and flatlands with rich soil. The majority of this ranch is nestled in a valley between canyons and is surrounded by very large neighboring tracts, creating complete privacy. It is located just 10 miles from the magnificent Dolan Falls Preserve in the Devils River State Natural Area. The ranch was originally part of the land tracts owned by C.B. Dutch Wardlaw who founded Production Wool & Mohair Company in 1923. The company produced up to seven million pounds of wool and mohair annually during its peak years in the 1940s. A major pipeline corridor runs through the property, creating open hunting or grazing area, and is an ideal spot to develop an airstrip. It also presents a future income opportunity for landowners for any new pipeline construction through the corridor. Three pipelines have come through the ranch in the past five years.

Water: The property is equipped with 2 solar water wells and 1 windmill. A network of poly-pipe feeds many troughs and water tanks scattered throughout the property. A seasonal creek runs through the property, a tributary of Middle Dolan Creek that feeds Dolan Creek.

Land: The topography is diverse, ranging from high bluffs and wide canyons to flatlands with rich black soil. Vegetative cover includes a variety of oaks, junipers, mesquite, and lush native grasses perfect for livestock grazing. The creek bed offers dense cover for wildlife. The entire perimeter of the property is low-fenced and there is cross-fencing that divides the north and south regions of the property.

Wildlife: El Diablo Ranch offers abundant whitetail, Rio Grande turkey, quail, dove, fox, and other native game species. It also offers fantastic free range exotics including axis, aoudad, wild hogs, and a few sika deer that provide the ranch with excellent year-round hunting opportunities.

Improvements: There is an 850 sq. ft. main lodge with a detached 1,258 sq. ft. cabin that includes 4 separate bedrooms with private bathrooms. There is also a detached equipment garage with a processing station. The main lodge has a fire pit and outdoor kitchen area great for entertaining guests. There are 15-20 hunting blinds and feeders scattered throughout the property and a good road system that provides access across the ranch.

Financial/Title: Asking price is $5,500,000. No minerals convey. Estimated property taxes are $2,200 annually with wildlife exemption. Owner financing available.