526 acres, +/-


The ranch is predominantly sandy loam soil with clay based soils in the lower areas. The entire ranch is about 80% big native brush, with the remainder being senderos and open areas.

The brush very diverse and species include guajillo, blackbrush, guayacan, granjeno, mesquite, hackberry, and other native South Texas species. There is much sought after red dirt on much of the ranch.

El Arroyo creek runs through the ranch and provides excellent wildlife habitat with large mesquite and hackberry trees. It is a wet weather creek. This ranch has a lot of grass.


There is game everywhere and hunting is excellent for deer, quail, dove, turkey, hogs and predators.

Fantastic dove hunting around the ponds and great quail numbers!


– There is electricity available on the Northwest corner of the ranch
– Two solar water wells
– Two large concrete water storage tanks
– One large concrete water trough
– 3 corn feeders
– Two small ponds fed via solar water wells, excellent dove hunting areas
– High fenced on the West side


There are two solar water wells, each with a large concrete storage tank and one with concrete water trough.

Both water wells have new solar panels and submersible pumps.


No minerals convey and there is no production on the ranch.


$2,330 an acre or $1,225,540


Exceptional habitat, very private, large trees and excellent soil. Call Jerry Moren, Broker Associate for showing 361-290-0970.

Broker owns this property.


Buyers representative must be available on first visit to participate in commission. 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 broker or representative must be present at first showing to participate in full commission. If Broker or representative not present at first showing, their commission is at the discretion of the listing broker.