The topography in this area is rolling with some great views. The ranch is about 85% brush, with about 15% being senderos and roads. There are several drainages throughout the property and a very nice pond is built in one of these creeks.

Soils are mainly sandy loam with some clay in lower areas.

Brush species include guajillo, blackbrush, guayacan, granjeno, mesquite, hackberry, and other native South Texas species.


This fine hunting ranch has deer, turkey, hogs, javalina, quail, dove and ducks. Also fishing!!!!!


– Cattle pens
– Electicity is available throughout the ranch


This property does not have a water well, but there are good wells on nearby ranches, water is thought to be 300 to 400 feet deep

– The ranch has one very good pond this is currently about 1.5 acres


The minerals are owned by the State (State Classified minerals). The surface owner is entitled to half the bonus and royalty on State Classified Land.


Asking $1,035,155.00 or $1595 an acre


This place needs some work with cleanup of oil and gas trash, but it could be a fantastic hunting ranch with lots of oil and gas income potential!!!


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 agent must be present at first showing to receive full commission.