Located on the Zavala/Frio county line; this area is known for its diverse terrain, shallow Carrizo water, and excellent hunting.
One of the last remaining “hidden jewels” on the market, this 1938 acre ranch has all the ingredients in place to become an outstanding recreational hunting property. Highly diverse, the property features some of the best views in all of South Texas. In addition to the higher elevations, there are also several drainages and draws that are loaded with big mesquites and thick native brush. This ranch has great whitetail genetics and has not been hunted in over 5 years. Other wildlife includes, Javelina, Turkey, Hogs, Dove and Quail.
The Property is high fenced with 2 water wells and 14 water troughs with over 16,000 feet of water lines connecting all. There is also one nice stock tank with water piped to it and there are several good roads and senderos in place.
This is a surface only sale, there are no minerals to convey. There is some production on the property.