Dolan Creek Road Ranch is a 1,119 +/- acre recreational and hunting ranch located about 50 miles south of Sonora, Texas, along Dolan Creek Road. A good combination of rolling terrain and some canyon country, which invites opportunities to hunt, hike and explore.
The Dolan Creek Road Ranch offers a wide variety of landscape with the convergence of the Edwards Plateau and Rio Grande Plain brushland. The ranch has been owned by the Pusard family for many years and this is the last part of the original 6,000+/- acres that they owned. Terrain includes a nice combination of rolling hills and canyons. There are good views from many vantage points. The property does not have any structural improvements, providing a blank canvas to its next owner. The ranch is currently under an ag exemption and electricity runs through the southern part of the property.
Located about 50 +/- miles south of Sonora or 50+/- miles north of Del Rio. The ranch is located west of Hwy. 277, approximately 5+/- miles down Dolan Creek Road.
Nice rolling terrain with good native grasses, along with live oaks, juniper, mesquite and persimmon trees. There is a good mixture of high plateaus with views, nice canyons and draws as well as mesquite flats. The ranch is perimeter fenced with a combination of high and low fencing. Interior roads are in good condition and there are secondary roads that can be traveled by ATV’s.
Dolan Creek Road traverses the ranch from east to west for approximately 8,000+/- feet for ease of access through the ranch. Approximately two-thirds of the ranch is north of Dolan Creek Road and one-third is south. The property has an easement along the southeast and south boundary lines for neighbors to access adjacent properties.
There are no structural improvements, providing a blank canvas for the next owner. One operational water well and onsite electricity.
The ranch has abundant native wildlife, with sightings of whitetail deer, bob white quail, blue quail, turkey, dove, hogs, foxes and bobcat.
One operational windmill is located in the northeast section of the ranch, providing water to multiple troughs for livestock and wildlife use. There is an old header dam on the ranch that backs up water and is supplemented by a water line from the windmill.
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