Location: This 1,020 acre property is located in Dimmit County just South of Carrizo Springs, TX. The ranch is very private, with access to gravel Castellaw County Road via a 1 mile private, fee title, gravel road that is 30 feet wide and fenced on both sides. The gate is approximately 5 miles west of Hwy 83. It is an 8 mile drive to Asherton and a 9 mile drive to Carrizo Springs. There is also a second access to the ranch via a 2 mile deeded easement from Hwy 186.
Terrain: The ranch has deep sandy loam soils throughout, and is relatively flat with about 60 feet of elevation change. It is covered in high protein yielding South Texas brush, including guajillo, granjeno, guayacon, black brush, prickly pear, coma, cat claw, lime prickly ash, Texas persimmon, and bull mesquites. Barrosa Creek traverses the ranch for over a mile, with several creek drainages offering dense vegetation and interesting topography.
Water: There are 4 water wells equipped with electric submersible pumps, including 1 Carrizo well that is equipped with a 3-phase electric submersible pump and can produce 100 GPM, and 1 Carrizo well that can produce 50 GPM. There are 7 stock tanks on the ranch, 2 of these have piped water from the wells and can be filled year round. There are approximately 10,000 feet of buried pvc water lines throughout the ranch, supplying water to numerous water troughs. There is a 3,500 gallon holding tank supplying water to the house, and a 500 gallon holding tank supplying water to the hunter’s cabin.
Hunting: The hunting on this ranch is a product of 20 years worth of intense game management and a selective deer breeding program. Over the last 2 decades, most of the native genetics have been replaced with 200” B&C class genetics out of the deer breeding pens, resulting in several trophy bucks scoring over 200” being harvested on the ranch. In 2011, a buck killed on this ranch won the Los Cuernos Contest for a high fenced ranch. Congruent with the area, the dove hunting is fantastic, and the native quail population is on the rise, including bob white and blue quail. One of the ponds has been stocked with bass, catfish, and forage fish.
Improvements: There is a very nice 智能合约交易_智能合home on the ranch, approximately 2,800 sq ft with 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 2 large living areas, and large kitchen. It was constructed in 2004, has hardy plank and stone exterior, and a metal roof. There are over 2,100 sq ft of covered porches, and a covered carport/storage area. Most of the household furniture will convey with the sale, except for personal items. In addition, there is a 1,000 sq ft hunter’s cabin with hardy plank siding and 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a game cleaning area with walk-in cooler, and several small barns and sheds. There are 16 deer breeder pens, and numerous protein feeders, deer blinds and corn feeders. The ranch is completely high fenced around the perimeter, and there are 3 pastures partitioned with a high fence. There is a 20 acre food plot with electric fencing, and a water line run to the field, which could be set up for irrigating crops by the future owner.
Minerals: Surface only sale. Although the acreage is leased, there are no producing wells on the ranch. There is a very good surface use agreement in place, which will offer the new owner good surface protection from future drilling.
Price: $2,397,000 or$2,350/acre
Terms: Cash at Closing.
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