Owned and operated by the same family for over 50 years, this beautiful rolling terrain with Lagarto Creek offers a great, low fenced hunting opportunity. This impressive land is bordered by other large ranches, adding to its desirability and...
Owned and operated by the same family for over 50 years, this beautiful rolling terrain with Lagarto Creek offers a great, low fenced hunting opportunity. This impressive land is bordered by other large ranches, adding to its desirability and privacy. Improvements: The ranch has 70% low perimeter, 5-strand barb wire fencing with 30% highfencing. Two water wells, 7± miles of underground piping of 2-inch PVC pipe, and 8 water troughs. Electricity is present and is metered at the electric submersible pump. It’s also where a set of working cattle pens connects with 4 pastures. The road system offers very good access to all pastures. Water: There are two water wells on the property. The ‘High Windmill’ well is run by an electric submersible pump and is believed to be 200 feet deep and in the Gulf Coast Aquifer. The ‘Windmill in the Sky’ is a windmill but it is currently not operable. The ‘High Windmill’ well supplies water via the 7± miles of 2-inch PVC piping that is buried to 8 troughs and 2 large ponds. Terrain: Beautiful rolling terrain combines with low bottom country with elevations ranging from approx. 300 feet to 427 feet. It is believed that the highest point in Jim Wells County is on the ranch. Vegetation: This property consists of approximately 60% brush and 40% Coastal Bermuda. These beautiful Coastal fields are sculpted within the brush and provide grazing for cattle and edges for deer. The brush is very diverse and includes cenizo, guajillo, black brush, granjeno, white brush, guayacan, persimmon, mountain laurel and many more. Wildlife: The ranch has the perfect mix of open country and brush to attract and abundance of native wildlife. There have been selectively cleared senderos that improve the opportunity to view wildlifethroughout the ranch. Game includes whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, dove, quail and hogs. The ranch has been leased to the same group of hunters for 20+ years. Taxes: $2,000. ±(2014) Agricultural exemption. Minerals: Negotiable. There is no current production or lease on the property. Location: The ranch is 115± miles south of San Antonio, 60± miles northwest of Corpus Christi, 31± miles south of George West and 30± miles north ofAlice, Texas. Access is off CR 235. Airport: Alice International Airport (KALI) is 3 miles southeast of Alice and has a 5997 foot runway.
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