718± Acres Sand Hills Ranch
FM 1025, Zavala County, Batesville, TX 78829
Description: Owned and operated by the same family for over 60 years! This uninhabited, low fence ranch offers a truly wild hunting experience. Excellent brush diversity and drainages maintain an abundance of native wildlife.
Improvements: This property as no structural improvements other than a low perimeter fence and an open air barn. The ranch roads are in fair to good condition.
Water: Currently the ranch does not have a water well. It is believed that the ranch lies over the Carrizo Aquifer and that a Carrizo well can be drilled at 1,200± feet. The property has two good drainages with one providing water to the Picnic Tank which is about 2± acres when full. There are several other potential tank locations.
Vegetation: This land has all the necessary browse to grow very large whitetail deer and to carry an abundance of wildlife. The ranch consists of all native virgin brush. Brush species include: Black brush, guayacon, guajillo, persimmon, white brush, prickley pear and many more. Large to medium size mesquite trees are throughout.
Wildlife: This is an ideal low fence, free-range hunting ranch located in the heart of the famed ‘Golden Triangle’. This area is known for producing large native whitetail deer. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, varmints and more.
Minerals: Surface only sale. No production.
Taxes: $1,347.50. Ag exemption.
Location: This ranch is located 94± miles southwest of San Antonio, 40± miles west of Pearsall and 9.5± miles southwest of Batesville, Texas. The property has 1± mile of road frontage on FM 1025.
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