Atascosa County | King Edwin Ranch | SE of Charlotte
- County: Atascosa
- Address: 792 South County Road 334
- Zip: 78011
- Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Property
- City: Charlotte
- Price: $587,400
- Acres: 66
- State/Zip: Texas 78011
- Beds: 3
- Status: Available
- Baths: 2
Ken Hoerster | Broker
609 FM 289
Comfort, Texas, 78013contact member Send to a Friend
Ken Hoerster | Broker
- Office: 830-249-9339
- Cell: 210-859-6256
- 609 FM 289
- Comfort, Texas, 78013
Located in Atascosa County - King Edwin Ranch is a hard-to-find size ranch that is ready to enjoy and only a short distance from Jourdanton and Charlotte. The ranch is mostly covered in South Texas brush, with a house set in the back which makes for a nice peaceful hunting and recreation property. The new owners can enjoy this ranch as a permanent residence or access for recreation.
Located closest to Charlotte - King Edwin Ranch is ready to use for its new owner. This turnkey low-fenced ranch offers a peaceful setting to enjoy as it sits at the end of a county road. It is heavily covered in South Texas brush, great for hunting with several tillable food plots, and includes a very nice manufactured home with a meticulous yard, a metal barn, and a surface stock tank.
King Edwin Ranch is about 4+/- miles from Charlotte, 10+/- miles from Jourdanton, 16+/- miles from Pleasanton, 22+/- miles from Poteet, 45+/- miles from San Antonio, and 130+/- miles from Austin.
The property is relatively flat with a diversity of South Texas brush and a wet weather draw. Mature mesquite and oak transverse all through the property. There are two food plot areas; one is 3+/- acres and is fenced, and the second is not fenced but has been cleared of brush and consists of about 3+/- or 4+/- acres. There is no oil and gas production site on this property, and the property is under an Ag Use Exemption held by a cattle lease.
The property boundary is low fenced and in good shape with five stranded barb wire. The headquarters is fenced and includes a 2008 single-wide manufactured home that is furnished and in excellent shape inside and outside with new exterior paint, newer front and back stained decks, all residing on a large concrete slab. Patio furniture, BBQ Grill, and the necessary fire ring offer a place to enjoy the outdoors from the well-groomed setting. There is a three-stall metal barn with a workshop and drive-through center doors with concrete flooring. An all-weather improved road leads from the front gate to the headquarters at the back of the ranch. There is an old homestead house at the headquarters that could be fixed up or converted into a pet/animal shed. Furnishings, patio furniture, a BBQ grill, and a fire ring are conveying with the sale of the ranch.
This area is well known for game including Rio Grande turkey, whitetail deer, dove, and quail. The ranch has no operational feeders or blinds and has not been hunted in a few years.
The seller will consider financing with a $200,000 down payment at 10% interest.
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