Grieder Ranch for Sale in Duval County, Texas
Details for Grieder Ranch for Sale in Duval County, Texas
4650 Texas 44
Freer, TX 78357
Summary of Grieder Ranch
DESCRIPTION: Prime South Texas Brush country covered in all the essential diverse whitetail deer brush species located in the heart of Muy Grande Country. Property is very isolated with a well maintained 2.4 mile 30' deeded easement road from Texas Hwy 44 to the ranch entrance. The entire property is high fenced and has been under TPWD MLD program for 15 years. Property boasts wide roads and broad senderos that traverse this spectacular piece of South Texas Brush country.
LOCATION: Property located 3.5 miles east of Freer, TX home of the famous Muy Grande and Freer Deer Camp Hunting contests.
IMPROVEMENTS: Living quarters on the property consist of the main house which is a very clean and functional 1,680 sq ft 3/2 doublewide, a 1,060 sq ft 2/1 hunters cabin with a kitchen and a screened porch, and a 560 sq ft 1/1 guest house with a large covered porch.
Additional structures at ranch headquarters include a 40' container with electricity covered entirely by an open covered barn area for tractor and implements, a large storage shed, a small feed shed on a slab foundation, and a metal building cover over a walk-in cooler and skinning rack. There is also a nice set of cattle pens.
EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: 8 hunting blinds along with 8 protein feeders all within feeder pens to exclude livestock.
WATER: There is one electric shared 1HP water well that feeds via 2" waterline to one water trough and pumps to a pila storage tank sitting high on a hill that gravity feeds to total of seven additional troughs including four cement troughs and three plastic troughs scattered throughout the ranch. There is an additional electric water well at ranch headquarters.
The property also has two earthen wet weather tanks. One is located on the North end and the other on the South end. Southern tank needs a liner or bentonite to help seal to hold rainwater for longer periods of time.
TERRAIN/HABITAT: Rolling terrain with lots of topography. Some guajillo caliche tops and lower draw areas loaded with bull mesquite. Ranch has great variety of diverse brush species to include guajillo, blackbrush, southwest bernardia, guayacan, granjeno, coma, mesquite, and kidneywood just to name a few.
WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, javelina, coyotes, bobcats, quail, dove and some turkey.
EASEMENTS: Nueces Electric Co-op Distribution Utility Overhead power - 3 electric meters on ranch. Kinder Morgan pipeline runs North to South. Enterprise pipelines run East to West.
MINERALS: Seller owns no minerals - Surface sale only.
SUMMARY: If you are looking for a prime South Texas ranch with a strong deer population, look no further!
Shown by appointment only. Call Ryan Cummings at 361-296-4749 or Tomas Molina at 361-701-4639 for more information.