2894.09± Acre Little Indian Creek Ranch
Hwy. 55, Uvalde County, Uvalde, Texas 78801
Description: Owned and operated by the same family since the 1920s, this ranch is located in desirable Uvalde County. Located in the transition zone, this property offers the perfect blend of good South Texas brush, complemented by Hill Country oak trees and scenic rolling hills. With large neighbors and diverse terrain, this ranch offers a truly wild feel, with the convenience of Uvalde nearby.
Improvements: Perimeter fence is in good condition and consists of 9.5± miles of low fence, and 1.60± miles of recent Tightlock high fence. There are no structures on the property other than 3 water wells, water troughs and pilas.
Water: This ranch has 3 water wells. Two of the wells have electric submersible pumps with the third being run by a solar powered pump. The wells currently provide water to pilas and 10 water troughs. The Edwards Aquifer lies underneath the property and is believed to be 250’± deep. Seasonal Indian Creek traverses through the property during wet times, providing good drainages, tree cover and pools of water.
Vegetation: Ideal transition zone ranch displays good, native diverse South Texas brush, including blackbrush, guajillo, granjeno, whitebrush, persimmon, guayacon, prickley pear, huisache, twisted acacia and many more. Beautiful large oak, hackberry, elm and mesquite trees are present throughout the ranch.
Terrain: The property consists of approximately 65%± good brushy bottom land typical of South Texas, with 35%± Hill Country-type terrain that presents beautiful scenic views. Elevations range from 1050 feet to 1285± feet above sea level. Indian Creek traverses through the middle of the property providing good, low lying bottom land.
Wildlife: This ranch offers native, free-range whitetail deer and quail hunting as if it were located in South Texas. The brush diversity is similar to that further south, so with some management, large whitetail can be harvested. Both Bob White and Blue Quail are abundant. This ranch has a truly wild feel to it, with ample native wildlife of whitetail deer, turkey, quail and dove among others.
Minerals: Seller will convey 100% of owned mineral rights.
Taxes: $3,708.74± (2014)
Location: This property is 8± miles northwest of Uvalde, 95± miles west of San Antonio and 265± miles southeast of Midland. The property has 1.48± miles of State Hwy. 55 frontage.