2721± Acres La Corona Ranch – Hwy. 85, Dimmit-LaSalle County, Big Wells, Texas 78830
Description: This exceptional ranch is in the heart of the ‘Golden Triangle” and offers a turnkey property that has it all. Aptly name “La Corona”, this red dirt ranch is well watered, has diverse brush habitat and immaculate, extensive improvements. Besides the impressive main home with pool, this high fenced land features numerous barns, state-of-the-art deer facility, guest house, original lodge, pavilion, staff accommodations, and inclusive blinds and feeders. The ranch has a MLDP Level 3 with wildlife of whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, quail and dove. 13 earthen tanks invite large mouth bass fishing!
Designed in the South Texas tradition favoring Spanish Colonial features, the impressive main home is oriented to the deep loggia with outdoor fireplace that overlooks the pool with hot tub, and serene landscape beyond. The home is 3,950± s.f. with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and is of stucco construction with slab foundation and tile roof. The landscaped grounds are accented with distinctive palm trees and surrounded by snake proof fencing. There is a 576± s.f. casita – 1 bedroom, 1 bath and a 2,800± s.f. barn with living quarters and 5 overhead doors
1,309± s.f. original lodge – 4 Br/4 Baths
520± s.f. and 576± s.f. cabins) – Cooks House (1/1) Employees House (2/1)
2,000± s.f. workshop – 3 overhead doors
2,000± s.f state-of-the art deer facility: Air conditioned, dark rooms, workinchutes, drop bottom floors.
6,000± s.f. Barn #1 – Equipment
2,888± s.f. Barn #2 – With pigeon coop (4 slots)
Barn #3 – Equipment barn with office
4 Horse stalls with Tack/feed rooms
1,620± s.f. staff house with 480± s.f. garage
1,280± barn (overhead doors)
4 Horse stalls with Tack/feed rooms
2,700± s.f. pavilion – Restrooms. Pigeon ring. Hand thrown birds and box birds.
Blinds/feeders: 15 blinds, 15 corn, 12 protein.
High fenced perimeter and cross fencing into 7 separate pastures.
Three high fenced, 5-acre fields with two-tower low pressure irrigation pivots.
Eight food plots includes a 50-acre non irrigated plot. Quail strips cut through the brush.
Terrain and Vegetation: The 2,721.596± acres of level to gently rolling land contains various native brush and grasses typical of the area, with some open area.
Water: The ranch is very well watered. A total of 9 water wells supply water to the improvements, tanks and water troughs. There are a total of 12 tanks with 7 being supplied water from the wells. Two wells are irrigation wells and pump 200 GPM. Three pivots irrigate 3 5-acre food plots. Water is another for wildlife every 120 acres via 12 tanks and 11 water troughs. Deer pens are also supplied with water troughs. There is an 8 inch water line in place to the 50 acre food plot so one could add a pivot. 60,000 gallon water storage tank – Galvanized metal with polyurethane liner from Australia. 60 HP pump. Two supply pumps for back up. 13 earthen tanks. 2 irrigation wells. – One 200GPM.
Water Wells: 9 Total. Pipeline with 8 inch casing to 5 acre food plot.
- 1.Headquarters Well – 40 GPM. Runs to headquarters & pivot, dder pens, low pressure 10HP. 6000 Gallon pilo
- 2.2. Green well House Well – In Okey Dokey.
- 3.3. Irrigation Well – 200 GPM runs to Australian. 60,000 Gallon storage tank in Okey Dokey near frac tank. Waters main house.
- 4.Original Main House Well – Electric pump. Shallow Wilcox 35 GPM, 7.5 HP, 4 inch casing.
- Back up for 2 pivots and main house. Recent new pump.
- 5.Irrigation Well – 200 GPM. Near 50 acre food plot – Monte pasture.
- 6.6. Shallow Well – Monte pasture. Reclaimed oil well.
- 7.Coronita – Solar well. 5 GPM.
- 8.Coronita – 40 GPM. Electric.
- 9.Coronita – 20 GPM. Electric.
Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, quail and dove.
Fish: Florida hybrids, baitfish, large mouth bass with bait fish feeders on all tanks.
Taxes: $8,740.22 – Wildlife exemption/MLDP Level 3. (Dimmit Co. $7,051.28 + LaSalle Co. $1,697.94)
Location: The property is 6± miles east of Big Wells, 16± miles west of Dilley, 27± miles east of Carrizo Springs, 30± miles southwest of Pearsall and 90± miles south of San Antonio. It is accessed via a .6 mile private road easement south of Hwy. 85 along the Dimmit-LaSalle County line. MapRight link coming soon!