Panther Peak, 2,300+ Acres Pecos Co.
Near Marathon, Texas
Description: Views across the Davis and Glass Mountain ranges capture the notable sunrise and sunsets of West Texas. This impressive Trans-Pecos ecosystem supports an abundance of native and free ranging exotic wildlife, offering an option for outdoor recreation and hunting as well as a cattle operation.
Improvements: The main house is of block construction with a metal roof, circa 1970s which has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths offering privacy for everyone. This easy maintenance home uses propane for the refrigerator and gas stove, as well as unique built-in ceiling lights. A large bunk room on the west side of the home can accommodate guests or hunters with ease. Breezes, beauty and stars are enjoyed from the large screened front porch that provides further casual relaxed living space. Perfect for a sleep area, you can glance out at the fire pit and across a small pond that is an attraction for wildlife. Nearby is a 3-sided equipment shed and a metal garage with double overhead doors and carport. Supportive structures include a generator building with generator plus a metal shipping container for extra storage. The ranch is low barb wire fenced. All feeders and hunting blinds are included.
Water: Near the house is a water well believed to be 422 feet deep that was drilled in 2013 and is both electric and solar. There are 2 pilas and a 300-gallon water storage tank that supplies the improvements. There is a second, non-working well. There are several water storage tanks and troughs.
Vegetation/Terrain: The ranch is approximately 2/3 hills and canyons, and 1/3 level terrain on the south and western side. Elevation ranges from 3,646 feet ASL to 4,092 feet ASL. Vegetation is typical to the Trans Pecos area with tremendous diversity, totaling 268 grass species throughout the region. Trees include juniper, scrub oak, pinon pine and live oak and desert shrub include creosote flats, yucca and cholla. Typically it may snow once or twice a year.
Utilities: Solar, propane and optional generator.
Wildlife: Elk, mule deer, Aoudad, Whitetail deer, Javelina and Blue Quail.
Taxes: Wildlife Exemption.
Location: The ranch is 32± miles east of Marathon and 22± miles west of Sanderson. The unique town of Marathon is a 30-minute drive, offering an entrance to the Big Bend country and lodging to include the Gage Hotel Resort and Spa. Nearby towns include Alpine, Marfa and Fort Davis with its famous Observatory.
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