- Property Name:4,800 Acres Rancho Anejo
- City:Maverick County
- Live Water:Yes
4,800± Acres RANCHO AÑEJO, Maverick County
Hwy. 57, Eagle Pass, TX 78852
DESCRIPTION: Rancho Añejo is the quintessential South Texas ranch that offers something for every type of outdoor sportsman. From world class bass fishing, to excellent wing-shooting and whitetail hunting, this ranch has it all! Conveniently located just minutes from Eagle Pass along HWY 57 with turn-key improvements, this ranch is set up and ready to go for a new owner.
IMPROVEMENTS: The paved entry road takes you from HWY 57 to the main ranch headquarters which includes the 8,000± SF main lodge overlooking one of the largest private lakes in Texas! For even easier access, the ranch has a 6,200± FT paved landing strip with a fully enclosed hanger. There is also a separate guest quarters with an office and full kitchen.
WATER: The ranch has 2 lakes, the largest being 250± acres when full, which is fed by Rosita Creek which traverses through the middle of the ranch. There is excellent drainage across the entire property feeding multiple other smaller stock tanks scattered throughout, ensuring that wildlife and livestock never have to stress for a drink. One of the main perks of being so close to Eagle Pass is that the headquarters enjoys municipal water!
TERRAIN/VEGETATION: The topography has great roll to it, offering long-distance views and fertile bottom-land along the creek drainages. There is 100± FT of elevation change across the ranch ranging from 890 - 790± FT above sea level. The excellent brush diversity in this area is renowned for growing some of the largest native whitetails in the state.
WILDLIFE: Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Hogs, Quail, Dove, Ducks, Bass, and more.
MINERALS: None - Surface Only Sale
TAXES: $28,000. With exemptions.
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