The perfect size hunting and recreation ranch being 322+/- acres located in Eastern Frio County with a good mix of soils, heavy brush, gentle elevation changes, Carrizo water well, and a three-bedroom cabin.
Still in time for the 2020 hunting season is an affordable-size property being 322+/- acres ready to use having multiple hunting scendaros cut through the heavy South Texas brush with mesquite and cactus flats, a tilled food plot, two stock tanks, hunter’s cabin, bunk house, barn, cattle pens, and implement shed.
This property is located in Eastern Frio County only nine miles west of Charlotte, or 20 miles east of Pearsall, or 57 miles south of San Antonio, or 136 miles south of Austin, or 264 miles west of Houston. Off of paved FM 140 between Charlotte and Pearsall, turn south on CR 3414 for two miles on a good county road to the front gate entrance.
Mostly all of the property is covered in a variety of South Texas brush including mesquite and cactus flats, two draws with gentle elevation changes with a good variety of high protein cover brush and hardwoods. There is one 11-acre tillable food plot that can be used for winter oats as an attractant or warm season food plot for whitetail or dove.
Very good low-perimeter fence on the three sides constructed of six to seven stranded barb wire with the south fence being a newer game fence. Interior low fence creates three pastures for cattle grazing rotation. Electricity runs along three sides including the headquarters and to both water wells. The metal barn with workshop has a rain catch water system and is large enough to store two hunting vehicles, etc. There is a two bedroom/one bath bunk house that has a kitchenette and a three bedroom/one bath hunting cabin. An older set of working pens is at the headquarters and there is an 11-acre tillable food plot maintained. The property has a good road system sufficient for a full-size pickup truck to get around the perimeter and to all the hunting blinds and scendaros.
This type of property serves as a sanctuary holding and attracting whitetail deer, quail, hogs, dove, javelina, and mourning dove.
There are two water wells: one is a 180’ water well that is not currently used, the other water well is a 2,200’ Carrizo aquifer water well that was previously an irrigation well and now has a 3HP bottom pump and pressure tank for supplying domestic use water. Water is piped to the headquarters and to the stock tank near the headquarters as well as several cement stock water troughs with float valves.
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