240 acres +/- Duval County, Tx. High Fenced Hunting Ranch
Fantastic 240 +/- acre High Fenced Hunting Ranch with first class improvements located near Freer. This place is ready to hunt and enjoy!
Located about 9 miles S/E of Freer on Hwy. 339. Property is on the East side of the Hwy.
The ranch consists of flat to rolling terrain with predominately sandy loam soil, some grey sandy loam, and clay based soils in lower areas. This ranch is about 85 percent heavy to medium brush. It has some open areas and very good grass cover.
Brush and tree species include mesquite, hackberry, cactus, blackbrush, granjeno, guayacan, guajillo, and other native brush species.
The property has excellent brush diversity.
There are some nice drainages that run through the ranch, with some very good areas for building more ponds.
The ranch has huge trophy deer, hogs, javalina, quail, dove, turkey, a black buck, and several axis deer (bucks and does).
Best estimates are 6 big bucks (up to 200 inches) and about 8 younger deer up to 140 class. Estimated to be 20 does on ranch. These deer have been influenced with northern genetics.
-House: 7 bedrooms (motel style), each with private bath, 2 large kitchens and two dining and entertaining areas
-Huge outdoor kitchen and dining area
-Large barn approx. 40’ by 80’ feet with concrete floor and separate storage room
-Soft release pen approx. 7 acres
-The perimeter of the ranch is high fenced in excellent condition.
The ranch has a well by the house that is approx. 300 feet deep with about 3 to 5 gallons per minute.
There is a small pond that provides excellent dove hunting and water for cattle and wildlife.
No minerals available, there are two producing wells on the ranch.
This is a highly improved, turnkey place ready to hunt and entertain!
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