This diverse terrain ranchland is one of those deals that starts to look better and better the more you study it. There are mesquite-covered rolling hills and draws along the north boundary with a couple of mile-long hedge tree rows. In this part of the world, water is a key factor in any livestock or recreational property. The good news is that even though we are in a significant drought, there is a rural water line making sure we can make do. Two currently dry ponds will hold water under the circumstance the area can get any rain. Approximately 75 acres are improved grasses, with the remainder being native grasses and mesquite brush. This property will hunt much bigger than it truly is. The adjacent ranch on the east and south sides is over 7500 acres, with other large properties bordering that one. This will work for any wildlife manager's benefit! Finding ranches that offer what this one does at this price are becoming more and more difficult to come by. Don't let this one slip through your fingers. Call Rustin for all your inquiries and to set up a showing.
Rural water access
Tin covered building
County road frontage
Thick mesquite cover
Two ponds(currently dry)
Surface only. No minerals.
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