18,500 Acres Pecos River Ranch


County: Val Verde
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  • Property Name:18,500 Acres Pecos River Ranch
  • County:Val Verde
  • City:Langtry
  • Acres:18,500
  • Status:Active
  • Live Water:Yes


18,500± Acres PECOS RIVER RANCH, Val Verde County

Hwy. 90, Langtry, Texas

Description: This is a wild ranch that has been in the same family for over 30 years and has diverse terrain and vegetation highlighted by an amazing 14 ± miles of the crystal-clear Pecos River.  No matter if you like to hunt, fish, raise livestock, explore caves, look for Indian artifacts, float down the Pecos river or just enjoy being in the wild, this ranch has it all for you. There is a good infrastructure with a nice road road system in place plus water and electric throughout. There are numerous building sites with monumental views. This ranch is ready to be made your own.

Water: The attraction of the ranch is 14± miles of crystal clear Pecos River. The river changes from long deep holes filled with catfish and bass to fast flowing picturesque rapids. There are 4 water wells scattered throughout the ranch as well as miles of water lines which feed the improvements and troughs for livestock and wildlife.

Improvements: There is a main house which was built in the 80's that has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The original headquarters has several old historic rock buildings and barns plus a bunk house with a kitchen which was built in the 1920. The ranch overall has modest improvements but is set up for someone to build a house to their liking. There is electricity throughout the the property and the water wells are scattered in several different locations. There are choice building sites with spectacular views all over this ranch.

Terrain: Although this property has lots of elevation change it is easy to get around and has a good road system in place. There are several roads that you can drive right down to the river. Numerous caves and rock overhangs are located on the property, two of which are named Big Tree Cave and Emerald Sink Cave. You will also find a treasure of Indian artifacts plus Indian hieroglyphs on several of the caves and rock over hangs.

Vegetation: The ranch has a great mixture of brush with a good portion of the property offering much more nutrition to wildlife than your average Val Verde county ranch. Due to the rich environment, the brush and shrub species include guajillo, guayacon, prickly pear, black brush, white brush, persimmon, ceniza, ocotillo, iron wood, mesquite, cedar and much more. In several of the drainage's you will find mots of oak trees.

Wildlife: This wild ranch is loaded with wildlife which includes but is not limited to Whitetail deer, Bobwhite/Blue quail, Audad, Turkey, Javalina, Dove and there has been the occasional Mule deer spotted on the ranch as well. There have been several white tail deer on this ranch harvested that score over 160 inches. The Pecos River is loaded with fish including bass, catfish and perch plus many other aquatic species.

Minerals: Negotiable. Call Broker for details.

Taxes: Ag Exempt

Location: With frontage on Hwy 90 as well as Pandale Road the property is just north of Langtry, 45± mi NW of Lake Amistad, 60± mi NW of Del Rio, 119± mi SW of Sonora, 125± mi W of Uvalde, 115± mi E of Marathon and 210± mi W of San Antonio.

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