Wolf Point Ranch - Calhoun County, Port Alto, TX
One-of-a-kind property on the beautiful Texas Coast on Carancahua Bay. Located just south of Highway 35 and Highway 172 near Port Alto. The property is a peninsula that forms out into Carancahua Bay and has some of the best fishing on the Texas Coast. The home has amazing views from all sides and a beautiful in-ground pool overlooking the bay. This ranch is perfect for development and there are 2 very successful developments just across the bay: El Campo Beach Club and Cape Carancuha development. The property could also be used as a first-class hunting and fishing lodge with an equestrian center.
Located in Calhoun County just south of Highway 35 and Highway 172 near Port Alto, Texas on Carancahua Bay.
Topography, Rangeland & Habitat
The ranch is mostly flat and fairly high above sea level. The soil is good and supports a good stand of Gordo bluestem and Angleton bluestem grass as well as some coastal bermudagrass and other native grasses. The habitat is mostly open pasture land.
The ranch is a birder’s paradise and the Audubon Society has been there many times for their annual bird survey. Many varieties of birds are here as well as seasonal migrating birds and ducks. Also a few coveys of quail.
The ranch is primarily a Brangus cattle ranch and has a wonderful equestrian center with a 38 stall horse barn and a 23,000 square foot metal barn with storage. There is an established live oak nursery with hundreds of large trees that can be dug by spade truck and planted all over the property.
The ranch includes a 4,250 square foot, 3 bed/3 bath, 2 car garage stucco home with a beautiful in-ground pool overlooking Carancahua Bay as well as a 1 bed/1 bath guest quarters. Several other buildings include an airplane hangar, helicopter pad and 2 grass runways. There is a 38 stall horse barn, 23,000 square foot barn, a shop with offices, an apartment and workout room and sewing room.
7 total wells including one 10 inch irrigation well, 2 wells by the main house, 2 wells with no pump, just casings and a well that irrigates the live oak nursery.
Mostly buried underground.
No minerals are owned by seller.