- Property Name:2,242 Acres Pendencia Ranch
- City:Carrizo Springs
- Live Water:Yes
2,242.365± Acres PENDENCIA RANCH, Dimmit County
Hwy. 277, Carrizo Springs, TX
Description: This ranch is located in the heart of big deer country and also provides premier habitat for quail with primarily sandy soils and motted brush. It is not often you have the opportunity to buy a ranch with this combination in Dimmit county, as not many of them come up for sale. Owned and operated by the same family since the early 1900's this ranch is set up with a great road system, very usable improvements, good distribution of water and plenty of paved road frontage.
Improvements: There are 3 sets of improvements all having their own mobile homes. The main house has been totally remodeled and has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a large kitchen, dining room, living area, and a scenic back deck that overlooks a nice pond. Next to the main house is a 2,700± sf insulated, concrete floored barn joining a 2,000 s.f. covered shed. The barn has easy drive-through roll top doors on either end. There is a hunters camp that has a 5 bedroom 3 bathroom mobile home and a third mobile home that could be used as overflow or a foreman's house. The property is entirely high-fenced and there is cross fencing of standard barbed wire. There is a set of cattle pens near the hunters’ camp and also dog kennels near the barn at the main house.
Water: The ranch is well watered with 5 ponds and 3 currently active water wells (2 more water wells can be made active) that service 7 water troughs. The pond at the main house is supplemented by a water well and is stocked with catfish and bass.
Wildlife: This area is known for producing large whitetail deer and this property has everything in place to grow them. Along with deer are turkey, blue and bob white quail, dove, javelina, varmints, and more.
Vegetation/Soils: The ranch has all the necessary browse and brush species to grow large whitetail deer. The primarily sandy soils covered in native grasses with motted brush is the ideal habitat to support and hunt quail. Brush species includes but is not limited to Guajillo, Black brush, Guayacan, White Brush, Prickley Pear, Brazil, Persimmon, Granjeno, Lotebush, Catclaw, Texas persimmon, Vine Ephedra, Forestiera, Hogplum, Cenizo, Lantana, Wolfberry, Tasajillo, Palo Verde and Wooly Bucket Bumelia. This ranch has an impressive stand of native grasses and offers great livestock grazing opportunities as well as hunting.
Taxes: $3,300± per year. Ag exempt.
Minerals: Surface Sale Only. There is production on the ranch. (call broker for details)
Inclusions: Optional road maintenance equipment to include Caterpillar road grader and Caterpillar D4 High Track dozer with a ripper with acceptable offer.
Location: There is 2.3± miles of frontage on Hwy 277 and the ranch is located 13±miles NW of Carrizo Springs, 30± miles E of Eagle Pass, 130±miles SW of San Antonio, 205± miles SW of Austin and 320± miles W of Houston.
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