San Ambrosia Creek

Status: Sold

3,000± Acres SAN AMBROSIA CREEK RANCH, Maverick County

FM 2466, Carrizo Springs-Eagle Pass, TX 78839

Description: A rare opportunity to own a low fence hunting ranch in the best free-range hunting county within the state of Texas. Surrounded by large hunting ranches, this partial low fence ranch is in an area that produces some of the state’s largest free-range bucks. Substantial water and excellent brush add to the uniqueness of this offering.

Improvements: The ranch Headquarters consists of a nice 5 bedroom, 3 bath, 2200± s.f. modular home that was built in 2011 on a concrete slab foundation. A recent 2,400± s.f. barn is within close proximity to the home, and it includes living quarters of 1 bedroom, 1 bath. The Headquarters are highlighted by a relaxing outdoor area. There is good fencing around the headquarters and caliche base parking area.

Three sides of the property are high fenced with the remaining side having 3.5± miles of low perimeter fence. There is a nice road system throughout. Inclusive are 6 deer blinds, 7 corn feeders (500 lb.), 5 protein feeders (2000 lb.).

Water: This ranch is well watered having five (5) lakes as well as access to El Indio city water. The ranch has its own water meter which meters municipal water usage to the Headquarters and to six (6) water troughs. The owner pays a monthly fee for the use of the city water. Water for the headquarters is stored in a 1,300 Gallon storage tank. San Ambrosia Creek traverses the northwest portion of this property.

Wildlife: This is a truly wild part of South Texas and is an area renown for producing native monster bucks and supporting an abundance of wildlife. Several 170 B/C Class bucks have been harvested over the past 6 years. Several of the lakes offer great bass fishing, dove and duck hunting. Wildlife includes native whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, javalina, hogs, varmints and others.

Vegetation: This ranch has excellent brush diversity consisting of the necessary browse to grow very large whitetail deer. Brush species include Guajillo, Granjeno, Guayacon, Black Brush, White Brush, Cenizo, Persimmon, Prickley Pear, Tasajillo and many more.

Minerals: Surface only sale.

Taxes: $6,902. (±2018)

Location: This ranch is located 120± miles southwest of San Antonio, 17± miles west of Carrizo Springs, 25± miles southeast of Eagle Pass and 8± miles east of El Indio. This ranch has 3.5± miles of FM 2466 frontage on the southern boundary.

NOTE: Texas law requires all real estate licensees to give the following Information About Brokerage Services:

All properties are shown by appointment with Dullnig Ranches. Buyer’s Brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany client or customer on first showing to participate in compensation.


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