Description:This ranch is a rare offering that combines good hunting and irrigated farmland in a desirable area. Unrestricted Edwards water rights, nice improvements & abundant wildlife make this a unique property. Native wildlife includes whitetail deer, blackbuck, turkey, quail, dove & hogs.
Improvements: The improvements were built in the 1980s and are in good condition.
The main home is 1883± s.f. having 3 bedroom and 2.5 baths. It is of rock exterior with a metal roof, and has been painted in recent years. The guest home is 2430± s.f. with 627± s.f. being garage.1758± s.f. is finished out with 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Construction is also rock exterior with metal roof.Serving building – 10’ x 10’ and makes a great a great feature for outdoor parties.
1,500± s.f. Equipment shed and 6-stall horse stall building with feed and tack rooms. The stalls have 48’ run outs and a 5’ alley. 1,123± s.f. Foreman’s home – 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. 8.7’ x 17.1’ well house/cold storage building. Grain bin – 12’ high and 18’ diameter. Round horse pen – 80’ diameter. Good set of working pens. Older valley pivot (9 towers). Low fence perimeter
Water: This ranch is well watered having 4 water wells and two tanks. One well is an Edwards irrigation well that pumps 1200 GPM and currently supplies water to the pivot. There are 3 domestic/livestock wells in which all are electric with submersible pumps. One well serves the house and the second serves the pasture and provides water to a tank. The third well pump is inoperable at this time, but possibly can be restored. One tank is supplied by one of the water wells and the other tank has the ability to be fed by the irrigation or other inoperable well once restored. Nolton Creek traverses through the eastern part of the ranch and provides runoff to one of the tanks. The ranch will convey with 182± acre feet of unrestricted Edwards Water Rights.
Wildlife: This ranch has an abundance of native wildlife including whitetail deer, blackbuck, turkey, quail, dove and hogs.
Vegetation: This ranch has 850± acres of good brush with large oaks throughout. Brush species include guajillo, persimmon, granjeno, whitebrush, mesquite, prickly pear, black brush and others. 330± acres is in field with 160± acres being under pivot. The irrigated land is in cotton or milo and hay grazer, planted at different times of the year. The remaining field is in Coastal Bermuda.
Minerals: Owner will convey 50% of owned mineral interest
Schools: Sabinal ISD
Taxes: Agricultural exemption
Location: The property is located 70± miles west of San Antonio. 15± miles east of Uvalde and 5± miles NW of Sabinal, TX. The property is located on the west side of FM 127 and has approx. 3877 feet of FM 127 frontage. The nearest airport is Garner Field (KUVA) that is 3 miles east of Uvalde and has a 5256 ft. runway.