ACRES

217 acres, +/- Near Hebbronville


TOPOGRAPHY

The topography on this ranch is gently rolling with primarily red, sandy loam soil. The ranch has diverse brush, including guajillo, blackbrush, guayacan, granjeno, mesquite, hackberry, and other native South Texas species. All neighbors are low fenced. The ranch has county road frontage and much sought-after red dirt! The ranch has approx. 2,500’ of county road frontage.


WILDLIFE

The ranch has great hunting for deer, dove, quail, hogs, and varmints.


IMPROVEMENTS

– 1 room cabin
– Goat/chicken shed
– Cattle pens
– Perimeter fenced in good to excellent condition.
– Electricity and water available at the camp
– Two feeders and two blinds convey
– There is a cross fence running East to West for rotating cattle.


WATER

There is one electric water well and three cattle troughs. Two big concrete troughs are located at the camp next to the water well. One of these concrete troughs is new and is not hooked up to the water well. The other trough is more centrally located and is fed via underground pipe from the water well.


MINERALS

Minerals do not convey. There is one gas well on the ranch.


ASKING

Asking $2,395 an acre or $519,715 REDUCED!!!


REMARKS

Much sought-after big mesquite/brush and South Texas red dirt! This would also make an excellent cattle ranch.

Contact Jerry Moren 361-290-0970


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. Buyer’s agent must be present at first showing to participate in commission.


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