Agua Dulce Ranch


IMPROVEMENTS: A nice three bedroom, 3 bath lodge is nestled among tall live oak trees about a quarter mile from the entrance gate to FM 334. The lodge is spacious with stylish tile flooring throughout the living area. The lodge is neatly furnished, has a fireplace, open living room-den and kitchen area. Attached to the lodge is a large metal barn for ATV’s and hunting vehicles. The barn is equipped with tall roll-up doors for elevated hunting rigs.

Quality hunting blinds and automatic deer feeders and protein feeders are placed in key hunting areas throughout the ranch.

Some of the roads have been topped with crushed limestone rock. Recent rains have eroded the roads. The ranch road from the front of the ranch to the back area of the ranch is accessible via 2-wheel drive vehicles and ATVs.

TERRAIN: The ranch lies within the transition zone between the South Texas brush country and the scenic Texas Hill Country. The terrain on the Agua Dulce Ranch is a combination of valley land typical of South Texas and hills with broad canyons typical of the Texas Hill Country. The terrain has deep fertile soil and is covered with live oak motts, southwest bernardia, vine ephedra black brush, persimmon, white brush, nice live oak trees, and other native species of high protein brush.

HUNTING: South Texas type deer already roam the ranch. Several years ago the Jupe family moved their deer breeding herd and turned them loose on the Agua Dulce ranch. Rio Grande turkey, bobwhite, blue quail, white wing dove are prevalent in the area. Elusive javelina scurry around the hills and canyons. A twenty five acre food plot and water sources makes this ranch an outstanding hunting and cattle ranch.

Cover & Browse- Why This Ranch Is Outstanding

The wildlife habitat of the Agua Dulce Ranch consists of vegetation species that occur in the transition zone between the South Texas Plains and the Edwards Plateau. This blending of eco-regions provides unique diversity of plant species which combine on this ranch to create an outstanding habitat for Whitetail deer include: Texas Kidneywood, Granjeno, Southwest Bernardia and vine ephedra.

WATER: There are three water wells, and two portable water stations with water tanks mounted on trailers that provide ample water for livestock and wild game animals. The water wells are equipped with submersible pumps. A water pond is located near the headquarters. Some commercial water rights have been reserved.

Some commercial water rights have been reserved.

MINERALS: All minerals owned will be conveyed to the new owner.

FENCES: The entire boundary is new net wire fence. Twenty five acres is high fenced along the highway and includes a large field, barndominium, water well, and pond.

METHOD OF SALE: The ranch sells turn-key with all home furnishings, hunting blinds, protein feeders, timed corn feeders, and portable water stations. A complete list is available.

TAXES: $6,247.51 Ag Valuation

PRICE: $1,800 per acre.

NOTE: The seller makes no representation as to the presence on anthrax or live oak wilt or related diseases on the property, no representation as to the quantity or quality of water, nor representation as to the presence of endangered species or hazardous waste on the property. The information contained herein has been obtained from sources thought to be reliable, but is not guaranteed or warranted by the Broker or his Agents and may have errors, omissions and is subject to change in price and/or withdrawal from the market without notice. Buyers should use due diligence to find answers to questions they may have about the property.

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