This outstanding, 156 acre property in southwest Edwards County is priced to sell. Part of a 10,000 acre wildlife management association, the ranch offers excellent hunting for trophy whitetail deer, many species of exotic game, turkey, dove and feral hogs.The ranch offers an outstanding variety of terrain including steep bluffs, deep draws, hardwood creek bottoms and mesquite flat.The dominant tree species are live oaks, post oaks, mesquite and cedars.Other beneficial plants include persimmon, guajilla, agarita and native grasses.
Co-op electric service and community water are located along the easement road frontage. Section 1-d-1 wildlife exemption is in place. Three box blinds, one tripod blind, one 800 # protein feeder, two spin cast feeders and two block feeders convey with the property. Several troughs provide water for wildlife year round. Antlered animals have been fed protein pellets consistently for several years.
Offered at $1,603/ acre.
Shown by appointment only. Buyer’s broker must schedule and be present at first showing in order to qualify for full fee participation.