Location: The gate entrance is 11 miles south of Sabinal, Texas on hwy 187. Property lies on the west side of the Sabinal River.
Topography: There is a great variety of terrain on this ranch from high rolling hills to the Sabinal River bottom. Elevation changes on the ranch exceed 80’. There is 1.8 miles of frontage on the Sabinal River which runs clear along rocky bottoms surrounded by huge Pecan and Cypress trees. Blanco Creek runs through the middle of the ranch for over 3 miles and often runs with many deep ravines that hold water year round. The river and creek bottoms are covered with Live Oak, Bull Mesquite, Hackberry, Pecans, Cedar Elms and Texas Persimmon trees. The higher ground is covered with big native brush with excellent plant and forage diversity. Brush includes guajillo, blackbrush, guayacan, granjeno, hogplum, mesquite, hackberry, etc. There is approx. 300 acres of open cropland/grazing pastures and 600 acres of mixed low brush/native grasses for excellent quail habitat.
Wildlife: This high fenced ranch is under MLD Level III program and has outstanding trophy deer hunting. In addition there are Axis deer and a small herd of Elk. Excellent quail and dove hunting exist on the ranch. It is literally overrun with turkey.
Improvements: The beautiful main lodge has five bedrooms each with its own bathroom and includes a swimming pool. There are two other houses for manager/workers, cleaning room with walk in cooler, 12 stall horse barn, and several large storage barns. The entire property is high fenced and there are five high fenced pastures within the property. There is a set of four high fenced pens for further genetic enhancements. The property also includes a 3,500’ dirt runway. The main road is paved for 2.5 miles from the entrance gait to the lodge.
Main Lodge – 3,882 sq. ft. built in 1973. Pool, carport, covered deck. Large kitchen, dining room, den and game room. 3 bedrooms/3 full baths downstairs and 2 bedrooms/2 full baths upstairs each with outdoor patio.
Other – 1,462 sq. ft. 3/2 home built in 1964
1,320 sq. ft. 3/2 home built in 1964
1,117 sq. ft. office/home/walk in cooler/cleaning room
1,920 sq. ft. Stables
2,750 sq. ft. enclosed equipment shed
2,750 sq. ft. open shed
3,850 sq. ft. open shed
2,750 sq. ft. open shed
2 feed bins
100 hp tractor/implements
Several work trucks/feed blower
(5) five person tower blinds/7 spin feeders/14 protein feeders
Water: There are three water wells on the ranch with many underground pipes running to water stations and ponds. There are four ponds on the place along with many permanent water features along Blanco Creek and the Sabinal River.
Electricity: Electric lines run throughout the property for ready access.
Minerals: Owners have ½ minerals on 3,163 acres, ¼ minerals on 525 acres and 100% on 13 acres. There is no production on the ranch.
Note: This write-up may contain errors and omissions and is for information only. The above information has been deemed correct but is not guaranteed and is subject to changes, corrections, and or withdraws from the market with no prior notice.
BROKER: Mark Matthews
PHONE: (210) 416-2737
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