The Pecos River Lookout Ranch has incredible views and access to where the Rio Grande and Pecos River merge to form Lake Amistad and offers both a recreational and or commercial opportunity.
The Pecos River Lookout Ranch could be utilized as commercial or recreational property. It is available to purchase in different tracts; please call for pricing. Hwy 90 road frontage makes it ideal for a commercial investment while the size of acreage and nice views offers recreational appeal.
The Pecos River Lookout Ranch in Val Verde County is 36 +/- miles West of Del Rio and 11 +/- miles West of Comstock, and just a few miles from the Seminole State Park & Historic Site which is a preservation of human existence for over 9000 years. Langtry is 17 +/- miles West of this property, a museum preserve where Judge Roy Bean enforced the law west of the Pecos along with his Saloon!
Highway 90 and the Pecos River Bridge Outlook Park is the North boundary of the ranch while an estimated 2,500+/- feet off the Pecos River Bank is the North boundary. The South boundary runs along a heavy brushed header draw that runs down into the Pecos River & holds wildlife such as whitetail, javelina, dove, & quail.
The Pecos River Lookout Ranch will be of interest to two different types of buyers with multiple types of interest/opportunities - commercial and recreational investment. The property can be divided for purchase; please call for pricing. The diversified commercial opportunity with Hwy 90 road frontage could be implemented as a housing development, an RV or mobile home park, or a truck stop to service the fast growing O and G development in west Texas as there is virtually no fuel or service offerings between the 120 miles between Del Rio and Sanderson. In addition, the U.S. Border Patrol has a check point station with a major regional office employing many people that is located just 15 miles south of this property on Hwy 90. A caliche pit on the property could be use for roads on the property and home pad base material, or it could be sold to generate income.
The outdoor enthusiast who likes to fish and hunt in the area would likely be interested in the southern half along the brushy header draw for hunting and easy access to the Pecos River boat ramp to access the Rio Grande/Lake Amistad. It is available to purchase in different tracts or possibly all of it as for future investment potential.
Back around the 1970’s time frame this property was operated as an RV park and Camp site. Electricity runs through the property and there are remnants of a electrical connections, public bathrooms, water well and a septic system from when the RV park was in business. There is a caliche pit on the property which can be used for building roads, building sites, or oil field pads on the property, or sold to generate income to west Texas oil and gas fields. The state maintains a fenced and paved right-of-way road through the property to access the Pecos River Boat Ramp.
This area of Texas has native game such as whitetail deer, bobwhite/blue scaled quail, javelina, dove, and Rio Grande turkey and the heavy brush header draw that borders the South perimeter provides refuge and habitat for this type of wildlife.
There is one water well on the property in addition to the estimated 2,500 +/- feet of Pecos River Bluff.
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