Grace Ranch

Edwards County


210 Acres


The ranch lies along the south side of County Road 380 one and one half miles west of Barksdale, Texas. The ranch is centrally located in a valley between two mountain chains about 40 miles north of Uvalde, 115 miles NW of San Antonio, 75 miles SW of Kerrville and a scenic twenty minute drive to Edwards County Airport.


A new two story home with front porch, three bedroom, 2.5 bath, kitchen, dining room, fireplace, three closets, utility room, central air and heat and five storage areas is surrounded by giant live oak trees.

Two car garage lies adjacent to the main home. A new guest house with central air and heat, two bedroom, two bath, loft, dining room, kitchen, pantry and roomy closet upstairs. Two neat side porches are ideal places to play games or view wild game animals.

A large metal barn is located near the original ranch house close to the west boundary. A new 32 Kw generator has been installed for back up electricity.


Pulliam Creek flows along the west boundary of the ranch. The creek is crystal clear and is fed by a series of springs. The creek offers a great place to wade, swim and fish for perch, bass and catfish. Pulliam Creek is a tributary of the Nueces River. Two water wells, one equipped with a submersible and the other with windmill and submersible pump.


The flat to rolling land is covered with giant old pecan trees, huge live oak and elm trees. Some of the towering trees may be over one hundred years old. The soil is deep and fertile. About thirty two acres of land is suitable for cultivation.


The boundary is fenced with new 48” net wire. The ranch is divided into four pastures with new net wire fencing.


The ranch has not been leased for commercial hunting. There is an abundance of axis deer and whitetail deer. Other species of wildlife include numerous species of birds, small varmints, dove and wild turkey. It is not unusual to drive around and see herds of deer.


It is very seldom a beautiful water ranch with no restrictive covenants comes up for sale in this spectacular scenic Nueces Canyon.


Electric and telephone


There has not been a mineral title search. The owner proposes to reserve the mineral interest they own.


$6,000 per year based on 1-d-1 with Ag. Valuation.




The Seller makes no representation as to the past, current or future presence of anthrax or live oak wilt or related diseases on the property, no representation as to the quantity or quality of water or groundwater on the property, nor any representation as to the presence of endangered species or hazardous waste on the property. The property sells “As Is” without warranty except title. Buyers should use due diligence and obtain answers to any questions they may have about the property.