Details for 508 Ranch
Summary of 508 Ranch
This ranch in a very sought after area in South Texas was in the same family for over 100 years. The seller has cleaned up the roads, built new fence and dug 3 ponds. It is now ready for a new owner to put the finishing touches on it and call it their own! Did I mention that it is all RED DIRT?!
LOCATION: Located between Batesville and Crystal City with road frontage on Loma Vista Road.
IMPROVEMENTS: Other than fencing, there are no improvements. This ranch is a blank slate.
EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: 4 new Texas Wildlife Supply blinds and 4 new 1000# stand & fill corn feeders.
WATER: No water well at this time but call me for more details.
TERRAIN/HABITAT: TThe ranch has 3 USGS monuments in the center of the ranch which I am told marks the highest point in Zavala county. The terrain is rolling with ~80' of elevation change. Soil types are mostly Bristol fine sandy loam, some Randado fine sandy loam, and Poteet fine sandy loam in the lower drainage areas. The habitat consists of a good diversity of South Texas brush and mesquite trees with some bull mesquite in the lower areas.
WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, wild hogs, dove, quail and turkey.
EASEMENTS: Those of record.
MINERALS: Surface Only.
This ranch is mostly high fenced. It would need about 1¼ mile of high fence to completely enclose it. It is a great unimproved South Texas ranch in a great area! Give me a call if you would like to come take a look!