Tecolote SE Refuge Pasture
- County: Hidalgo
- Zip: 78580
- Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Property
- City: Raymondville
- Price: $1,170,000
- Acres: 180
- State/Zip: Texas 78580
- Beds: 2
- Status: Available
- Baths: 1
Location: This 180 acre property is located in Hidalgo County on Jesus Maria Road (CR 10), a County maintained caliche road, 20 miles West of Raymondville, TX, and has 2,100 feet of road frontage. The Tecolote South East Refuge Pasture neighbors include the King Ranch to the East and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Refuge to the South.
Approximate driving distances from the ranch gate:
Edinburg Airport (5,000 ft lighted jet runway): 18 miles
Harlingen Intl. Airport: 46 miles
Port Mansfield: 42 miles
South Padre Island: 86 miles
Harlingen International Airport has daily non-stop flights from Houston.
Terrain: An exceptional representative of South Texas Brush and Motte Country, the ranch has productive sandy loam and fine sand soils. The southern part of The King Ranch Corridor "sand sheet area" (sometimes called The Media Luna) is unique in that it offers many natural clay depressions where water stands and is conducive to natural lakebeds. This is "ground zero" in terms of overall wildlife diversity. The terrain is relatively flat, slightly rolling changes of 5-10 feet, with about 1/2 the ranch being thick stands of brush and 1/2 being native motte country perfect for running bird dogs. There are bull mesquite scattered all over the ranch, with a handful of live oaks. Native brush includes high protein granjeno and brazil, along with a diversity of highly desirable forbs. North Eastern Hidalgo County is blessed as one of the higher rainfall counties in South Texas.
Water: Despite the fine sandy soils, this property has plentiful surface water. There are 2 ponds, each able to be filled via the 2 water line from the water well. One pond stays full and is 1 acre in size. The other pond is shallow, and when full can reach 4 acres in size. There is 1 water well, equipped with an electric submersible pump. There are several additional sites where ponds can be created in natural Rio Clay depressions, having a good clay base under the sandy topsoils. The ranch lies over an aquifer that is approximately 900 ft below the surface.
Hunting: The Tecolote South East Refuge Pasture is found on the southern end of the King Ranch Corridor, a region of South Texas tightly held by large generational ranches. The area is well known for its incredible native bobwhite quail habitat and population, turkey, trophy caliber whitetail deer, and nilgai antelope, along with its proximity to some of the best fishing there is, Port Mansfield. With neighbors like the King Ranch to the east and US Fish and Wildlife Refuge to the south, free-ranging wildlife abounds. The dove hunting is outstanding.
Improvements: This property has a 1,500 sq. ft. 2 bedroom rustic cabin overlooking a 1 acre lake. It has a pier and beam foundation with cedar siding. There is also a metal equipment storage barn located next to the cabin. There are 2 executive hunting blinds and 2 corn spin feeders. The 5 strand barbed wire perimeter fencing is in good condition. Ranch equipment does not convey.
Minerals: The owner does not own any minerals. There is no production on the ranch.
Price: $1,170,000.00, or $6,500/acre. SELLERS WILL CONSIDER SELLING THIS PORTION OF THE RANCH.
Terms: Cash at Closing.
Exclusively Co-listed with Campbell Patton (956-605-6737) and Matt Mann (713-402-8827).
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