Triple W Ranch is 4,370 +/- acre working and recreational ranch with long range views, quality hunting, a gated entrance and a well-manicured headquarters with four dwellings.
RECENT PRICE REDUCTION - Triple W Ranch is long-time family owned 4,370 +/- acre working and recreational ranch that features long-range views, quality hunting and a well-manicured headquarters with four dwellings. The ranch headquarters is reached by an all-weather caliche road from the gated entrance and rests in a magnificent valley, tucked underneath a 2,200 +/- ft hill.
Located approximately 40 miles southwest of Ozona, the property is reached by taking Exit 350 off of Interstate 10 and traveling south 26 miles. The property rests along CR 405 with nearly 2 miles of frontage road.
Triple W Ranch is long time family owned 4,370 +/- acre working and recreational ranch with long range views, quality hunting and a well-manicured headquarters with four dwellings. The ranch headquarters is reached by an all-weather caliche road from the gated entrance. Upon arrival, it is obvious you are in big canyon country, as the headquarters rests in a magnificent valley, tucked underneath a 2,200 +/- ft hill.
Terrain features drastic elevation changes ranging from 1,850 +/- asl to 2,290 +/- asl, creating miles of long range views across deep canyons, rugged hills and escarpments. A quality road system meanders through the main valleys and many hilltops. Various trails take you off the beaten path and are great for hiking and exploring.
One of the main draws of the property is a spring that bubbles up during wet months. Remnants of old structures are located nearby, dating back to the 1800’s. Three water wells are scattered across the ranch, each servicing their own concrete storage tanks and various troughs. A steady supply of water is available at the headquarters and each of its dwellings. Additionally, at the headquarters, water is provided to a nice sized stock tank, multiple troughs and a large concrete pila that has been converted into a swimming pool.
Vegetation on the ranch includes live oak trees, shin oak, mesquite, juniper, mountain laurel, algerita and a variety of mixed brushes. A wide array of mixed grasses on the ranch includes a beautiful meadow on the north end ranch that overlooks miles and miles of big canyons and valleys.
This low fenced hunting ranch is home to loads of native and exotic game including white tail deer, mule deer, aoudad sheep, black buck antelope, turkey, quail, feral hogs, javelina, bobcat and mountain lion.
This is a rare opportunity to own a sought after piece of west-central Texas. This big country is infamous for its captivating views of colossal canyons. There are not many places on the market in this part of the world that are turn-key like the Triple W.
The headquarters is well-kept and is set up perfect for a comfortable long weekend or extended stay. The 1,400 +/- sq ft main house is fenced in with a beautiful yard. A nice screened-in porch wraps around the side, catching a nice breeze in the evening. This 1B/1B ranch house has beautiful wood floors and beams, a nice sized living room and kitchen with a cozy wood burning stove. The bedroom and bathroom are good sized as well and there is also a utility room with a washer and dryer. A few hundred feet from the main house is swimming pool converted from a concrete pila.
A neat 600+/- sq ft adobe brick recreational building rests nearby. This sturdy building has a kitchen area and opens up into a larger room perfect for playing cards or dominos after a long day on the ranch. It could easily be converted to a bunkhouse to sleep extra guests.
Next door is an additional 400 +/- sq ft guest house with wooden floors and a screened in porch. This 1B/1B has extra living space can fit two queen beds, has a nice sized walk in closet and full bathroom.
To round out the headquarters, there is an older foreman’s house, a 2,500 +/- sq ft equipment barn in good shape and two different sets of working cattle pens with water troughs.
Wildlife on the ranch includes whitetail deer, occasional sightings of mule deer, rio grande turkey, quail and dove.
Three water wells on the property that each feed into a concrete storage tank and various troughs. A spring in the northwest portion of the ranch tends to be more active in the wet season. Additionally, at the headquarters is an old concrete pila that has been converted into a swimming pool.
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