Sutherland’s Shoe Peg Mountain Ranch is centrally located between Camp Wood and Uvalde.
The ranch is four miles south of Camp Wood or thirty three miles north of Uvalde and lies along the west side of State Highway 55.
Maverick Creek, a wet weather creek, flows water after heavy rains. A water well equipped with solar pump is located near the middle of the ranch.
Lake Nueces and the Nueces River is located one-quarter mile north of entrance gate. The crystal clear water offers swimming, boating and fishing.
This old time family ranch is located along the southern edge of the Balcones Escarpment, a giant geologic upheaval, which created the beautiful Nueces Canyon Hill Country. The Sutherland family moved to the Nueces Canyon in 1893. This is the first time the ranch has been offered for sale. It is seldom a small family ranch that has been in the same family for over a hundred years with no restrictive covenants is offered for sale. Shoe Peg, a land mark mountain, is located in the north east corner of the ranch. From the mountain top one can see miles of spectacular hill country views.
The variation of terrain and location makes the Sutherland’s Shoe Peg Mountain Ranch an ideal retirement or get a way place.
Neighboring ranches are large and have been in the same ownership for years. AEP electric line bisects the ranch. The ranch entrance road from highway 55 to the back of the ranch makes most of the ranch accessible for hunting and enjoyment.
Wildlife species which frequent the ranch include Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, and other smaller species including raccoon, grey fox, bobcat, and cottontail rabbits. A variety of tree cover and vegetation offer good wildlife habitat.
The terrain varies from steep slopes of Shoe Peg Mountain on the east side of the ranch to rolling hills to the south, to fertile flat areas on the western part of the ranch. The vegetation also varies from live oak and cedar on Shoe Peg Mountain to mesquite savannah on the western portions of the property. There are a variety of plant species on the ranch including Kidneywood, Granjeno, and Guajillo which are top choice deer forage. Some of the grasses found on the ranch are Buffalo grass, curly mesquite, Texas winter grass, little bluestem, and sideoates grama.
The owners will convey one-half of the minerals owned with the sale of the ranch.
The Sellers will provide an Owner’s Policy of Title of Insurance.
$400 per year with 1-d-1 Ag. Valuation.
$2,252 per acre.
The Sellers make no representation as to the quality or quantity of water on the property, the presence of endangered species or hazardous waste on the property or the past, current or future presence of anthrax or live oak wilt or related diseases on the property. Buyer should use due diligence and obtain answers to any question they may have about the property. The information contained herein has been obtained from sources thought to be reliable, but is not guaranteed or warranted by Lockhart Real Estate. The property sells “as is” with no representation or warranties (except title) expressed or implied and is offered subject to changes in price or terms, corrections, errors, prior sale, and or with removal form the market without notice.
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