This Texas Trans Pecos ranch, located southeast of Dryden, is a fantastic ranch with numerous canyons and valleys, distributed water, Desert Mule Deer, White Tailed Deer, varmints, Indian Mounds and incredible mountain views.
Location: Located southeast of Dryden in southern Terrell County just south of Hwy 90. The main entrance is located 7.8 miles east of Dryden (approximately 28 miles east of Sanderson) and is about 92 miles west of Del Rio. This property is within an hour and ten minute drive of the boat ramps to Lake Amistad.
Layout, Topography & Terrain: Gorgeous Trans Pecos mountain scenery with views including the Sierra Del Burro Mountains. The ranch contains numerous valleys, canyons and arroyos providing diversity and fantastic wildlife habitat. There are some nice size trees in the canyons. Common desert species of Flora and Fauna abound, making this a great hunting opportunity or an incredible destination for hiking, bird watching and other recreational pursuits.
Wildlife and Hunting: The property is home to both Desert Mule Deer and White Tailed Deer, along with blue quail, dove, turkey, varmints and other indigenous and/or migratory birds & wildlife. Speaking of hunting, there are Indian mounds on the ranch for the arrowhead hunting enthusiast.
Agricultural: The ranch is separated into two larger multi-section pastures, two good size traps (1/2 to approx. full section each) and several smaller traps and working pens and facilities at the Headquarters.
Improvements: Headquarters area includes owner’s home, a guest cabin, a bunk house, garage and storage, barns, traps, well, water storage pilas, etc.
Water: Water on the ranch includes one water well that pumps good clean water for the headquarters and ranch; water from the well is distributed to storage pilas (including a hilltop swimming pila) and troughs located throughout the ranch, benefitting both livestock and wildlife.
Utilities: Electrical service is in place and operational. Propane service in place as well.
Minerals: One section (Section 24) of the ranch has State Classified Minerals and those related rights will convey in the sale. Other minerals owned by the sellers, if any, are not included.
Other: Seller/Owner desires to maintain a life estate or lease in order to continue to live in his current residence on the ranch. Further details regarding this arrangement to be negotiated with buyer.
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