4,654 + or- acres Edwards County
A true Texas Hill Country heirloom, this property has been in the same family since 1942. This ranch supports cattle, horses, goats and endless wildlife. The ranch is divided into 4 pastures, all well watered. Several species of wildlife grace the property, including Whitetail deer, Aoudad, free-roaming exotics, turkey, dove, hogs and unlimited other possibilities. A ranch of this size is becoming hard to find, providing ample privacy and beautiful, continuous back country. Kinnikinnick, or Bearbery, is found throughout the property and reflects some Native American history of the property.
Property: 4,654 + or- acres
Location: Southwestern Edwards County; Northeast of Del Rio by 31 miles and 165 West miles of San Antonio.
Terrain: This ranch consists largely of rolling hills but also offers more dramatic drop-offs and escarpments, providing beautiful long-range views of the Texas Hill Country as well as an assortment of landscaping. The topography consists of long, deep canyons with limestone outcroppings and wide, long ridges. The ranch is decorated with Oak trees, Black Walnut trees, Pinion pines, Agarita, Mountain Laurel, Persimmon, Motts, and Cedar. Around the central portion of the ranch, the land is cleared and refined. Several caves have been located on the property.
Water: 2 windmills, 1 submergible pump well, 1 drinking tank, 4 concrete storage tanks, and numerous concrete water troughs.
Fence: Low fences outline the perimeter of the entire property, with 4 pastures (all with water troughs) and 3 traps.
Improvements: Two rock homes are also found on the property. The main house is 1,500 + or – sq. ft. and is surrounded by a fenced yard. The guest house/hunters home is 803 sq. ft., and the cabin at 525 sq. ft. There are also working cattle pens and several barns, as well as the above-mentioned water resources.