Spring Creek Ranch - Goliad County, Goliad, TX
This fantastic Goliad County Ranch is located in the live oak country south of Goliad, Texas. The ranch is dominated by fine sandy loam soils with extraordinary native grass production. Spring Branch Creek traverses the ranch for almost a mile providing riparian habitat and a great wildlife corridor. Live oaks and other trees are prevalent throughout other portions of the ranch. The existing improvements and infrastructure allow this ranch to be utilized immediately.
The ranch is between Goliad and Refugio, Texas, to the west of State Highway 183 and to the east of FM 2441, along the north side of McGuill Road. It has one mile of frontage on McGuill Road and is located approximately 90 miles southeast of San Antonio, and 40 miles north of Corpus Christi.
Topography, Rangeland & Habitat
The ranch is gently undulating with a good roll, ranging between 50 feet to 100 feet above sea level. The creek is a special feature.
The fine sandy loam soils on the ranch, provide a unique environment for deer, quail and dove and fantastic forage for livestock.
There is a large 6,000 square foot very well-built barn with electricity, a concrete floor and one of the water wells is nearby. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced with four pastures for rotating stock and a set of working pens with adjacent gathering traps in the southwest corner of the property.
There is one larger lake (1.5 acres plus when full), two small stock tanks and four water wells with electric submersible pumps.
There is electricity in several places throughout the ranch.
Surface estate only.