- Property Name:5,673 Acres Sacatosa Creek Ranch
- County:Val Verde
- City:Del Rio
- Live Water:Yes
5673± Acres, SACATOSA CREEK RANCH
Hwy. 277, Val Verde County, Del Rio, Texas 78840
Description: This ranch provides endless opportunity for hunters of any kind. The property is composed of two separate but adjoining high fenced ranches. The Yoas Ranch is 3100+/- acres and the Marshall Ranch is 2550+/- acres. Each of these ranches are also offered separately (See Note Below). There are 8 different types of exotic species along with the native game which includes white tail, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints. This is a beautiful and unique property that is ready to be hunted and explored.
Water: Two strong seasonal creeks traverse the property. The two creeks on the property include 3.6± miles of Turkey Creek, and 2.7± miles of Sacatosa Creek. Along with the creeks are numerous tanks and ponds, artesian springs, and a lake named Lonesome Dove that is 30± acres in normal times and provides great waterfowl hunting. There are two wells at the compounds to service the improvements.
Improvements: Each ranch has its own set of improvements. The improvements on the Marshal Ranch include a 3 bedroom/1 bath hunting lodge that is 1668± sq ft and includes a living area and full kitchen. There is a manager’s home that is 432± sq. ft. and includes 1 bed, 1 bath, living area, and a kitchen. Also included are 2 barns, metal cattle pens, horse stalls, 2 large hay barns, 8x6 walk-in cooler, and 2 storage sheds. There is electricity and a water well that services these improvements. The improvements on the Yoas Ranch include a water well, electricity, two 10,000 pound grain silos, and a storage shed. This is a perfect place to build improvements of your choice. There is a great road system making the property very accessible.
Terrain-Vegetation: The terrain is ever changing on this ranch, from the brush country with rolling hills to lush creek bottoms loaded with large hardwoods. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include guajillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite.
Wildlife: Along with the native whitetail deer, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints there are 8 different species of exotic game. Exotic species include Aoudad, Blackbuck, fallow, Axis, Sika, Mouflon, Scimitar-horned Oryx, and Barasignha. Lonesome Dove Lake provides a great opportunity to waterfowl hunt during the winter months.
Taxes: Agricultural Exemption.
NOTE: The Sacatosa Creek Ranch is also offered as 2 separate parcels. $2,561± Acres Marshall Ranch = $2,763,319. 3,112± Acres Yoas Ranch = $3,535,232. See Broker for details
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