894± Acres TRI-COUNTY RANCH, Jackson-Victoria-Lavaca County
Victoria, Texas 77901
Description:Owned and operated by the same family since 1956, Tri-County Ranch sprawls out over 3 of the most desirable counties of the Texas Coastal Plains. Ranches of this size do not come on the market often in any of these 3 choice counties. This is an unimproved ranch, with lush pastureland and grand oak trees scattered throughout, serving as both a cattle ranch and a recreational hunting ranch.
Improvements: Ranch features include a small barn with tack room and a hunting camp. Electricity is found in 2 locations. There are 2 water wells and several water troughs. A good set of working steel pipe cattle pens and low perimeter fencing rounds out the improvements.
Water: This property has 2 water wells. There is an electric submersible pump at the pens and a windmill on the northwest side of the property. The well depth is believed to be 60± feet, so subsurface water is a non-issue. Brown Creek traverses the property for nearly one mile. This creek holds water during wet times and provides good drainage to one pond.
Vegetation: This property has a good mixture of open pastureland and medium-to-dense woods. There are large stand alone oak trees, oak tree motts, and underbrush including Yaupon, and other native species. Grasses include Big and Little Bluestem, Brownseed, Silverbluestem, Switchgrass, Indian Grass, Common Bermuda and Sedge.
Soils: Predominately a combination of the Nada and Telferner series.
Wildlife:With good creek bottom land to open edges, this property holds an abundance of native wildlife. Game includes whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs and varmints.
Minerals: Minerals on half of the property are negotiable. There is no production on the ranch.
Taxes: Ag exempt.
Location: The ranch is located 15± miles northeast of Victoria, 28± miles southeast of Yoakum and 30± miles east of Cuero, 34± miles south of Hallettsville, 120± miles southeast of San Antonio and 125± miles southwest of Houston. This property fronts on 2 different county roads. The north entrance is off of Vaughn Road, with the south entrance on Grasshopper Road.
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