Tecolote Creek Ranch
Jim Wells County, TX
363 ACRES +/-
This is an excellent small South Texas ranch, located on Tecolote Creek in northern Jim Wells County. The ranch is low fenced and is equipped with a cabin, water and electricity. The creek area has unusually large trees for the area. The ranch is a combination big tree creek bottom, row crop farmland and a coastal Bermuda grass hay field. Minerals might be available and are negotiated separately.
Location: The ranch is located on the Tecolote Creek, along the south side County Road 308, approximately 5 miles southwest of Orange Grove, Texas.
Habitat: The soils are good sandy loam soils, perfect for wildlife vegetation and farmland. The south part of the ranch is domina
2,097 Acres LAGARTO VALLEY RANCH -
Jim Wells-Live Oak-Duval County (please see map)
Orange Grove, Texas 78061
DESCRIPTION: Owned and operated by the same family for over 50 years, this beautiful rolling terrain with Lagarto Creek offers a great, low fenced hunting opportunity. This impressive land is bordered by other large ranches, adding to its desirability and privacy.
IMPROVEMENTS: The ranch has approximately 70% low perimeter, 5-strand barb wire fencing with 30% highfencing. Two water wells, 7 miles of underground piping of 2-inch PVC pipe, and 8 water troughs. Electricity is present and is metered at the electric submersible pump. Its also where a set of working cattle pens connects with 4 pastures. The road system
Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc.Dullnig Ranches/ Kuper Sotheby's
$2,500,000833 acres4 Beds | 3 Baths | 3200 sqft3124 CR 220, Alice, TX78332 - Jim Wells County
833 acres South Texas cattle ranch, complete turnkey grazing operation. The owner has been in the process of restoring the range through brush control and pasture renovation both chemical and mechanical. New fences both exterior and interior are installed. New pens have been constructed. Water lines and water troughs are abundant. Rotational grazing is here at its best. A new barn complete with interior living quarters has been built. A large open bay hay barn is getting a new roof. There is a 10" irrigation casing (no equipment) on site. It sits next to a creek that is partially dammed to create a tank. The hunting here is underrated due to the openness of the country but deer are here plenty. Hogs and turkey. There was great quail here on
Eric BluntzerHoltzclaw Herrmann Real Estate Company
$2,339,0241,136 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1200 sqftPremont, TX78375 - Jim Wells County
A high fenced hunting and cattle ranch that has been in the same family since the 1850's. Very fertile sandy loam soils as evidenced by the surrounding large tracts of farm land that grow everything from large antlers to bumper crops to big soggy calves. Excellent groundwater. The brush has been cleared in strips of big native brush with a vast variety of plants beneficial to deer . The south pasture is accessed via a county road, the north side by a private easement. Large historic neighboring ranches. Loaded with quail. Convenient location just 24 miles west of Kingsville, 24 miles south west of Alice, and 15 northwest of Premont. This is the place.
Jose L. (Pepe) GuerraEL SENDERO PROPERTIES
$1,350,00066.79 acres3 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 6568 sqft1718B FM 534, Sandia, TX78383 - Jim Wells County
A grand estate class property with views of Lake Corpus Christi and close to the schools of Orange Grove ISD. Over 66 acres of rolling terrain currently shared by deer, hogs, turkey and the resident buffalo herd. A 6500 sq ft main house supported by a 1600 sq ft 3/2/2 ranch foreman's home and a 650 sq ft 1/1 apartment. The house has 2 living & 2 dining areas with beautiful detailed woodwork, large gameroom with bar and enclosed hot tub. 3rd floor cupola and widow's walk. Barns, shops, first class working pens - everything you would expect a working ranch to have. 1200 sf mechanic shop and 3000 sq ft carpenter shop. 3 water wells, plus a 2-acre pond. This property is basically an unoperated dude ranch or possible bed and breakfast? A develop
Eric BluntzerHoltzclaw Herrmann Real Estate Company
$975,000390 acresAlice, TX78332 - Jim Wells County
Jim Wells County
390 Acres +/-
South Texas brush country ranch! The ranch is covered in the best of the south Texas brush species. A nice/new double wide mobile home, electricity and water well. It is ready to hunt and enjoy.
Location: The ranch is located approximately 25 miles south, southwest of George West, approximately 20 northwest of Alice, and approximately 55 miles west of Corpus Christi, Texas. It is also approximately 5 miles west of State Highway 281, along the west side of County Road 145 and the east side of County Road 238.
Habitat: The soils on the ranch range from a tight high ground soils on the hills, to good sandy loam in the bottoms. The ranch is 95% south Texas brush.
Republic RanchesRepublic Ranches
$784,000320 acresCR 1538, CR 411, Falfurrias, TX77571 - Jim Wells County
***OWNER WILL CONSIDER SELLING PART OF RANCH ...
This 1/2 section, 320 acre ranch consists of 4, 80 acre tracts. Owner will consider selling in portions of 80 acre tracts or will sell all 320 acres. This is an ideal property for a cattle/grazing management operation. The property has frontage on 3 sides, FM 1538, CR 411 thru CR 238 and CR 296. It is situated between 2 county boundaries, ( Jim Wells & Duval ). The property is fully fenced and cross-fenced, there is a center fenced lane for cattle distribution to 4 pastures. The cattle working facilities include corrals, holding pens and chute for loading and unloading your herd. All infrastructure is in place to have a comfortable working operation. There is native Bermuda, Coastal and some
Henry A. Cantu -Lobo Real Estate
$762,300198 acresCR 170 & CR 172 Alice, Texas, Jim Wells County, Alice, TX78332 - Jim Wells County
A premier 198 acre Jim Wells County ranch featuring the live Amargosa Creek which meanders through the ranch. The ranch is an excellent mixture of open improved buffel & native pastures to heavy brush with huge mesquite trees providing excellent forage for a wide mixture of game including several exotics, deer, dove, quail, turkey, hogs and native game to the area. This area is considered as superb turkey, dove & quail habitat with abundant water, forage and heavy brush. There is a good set of working pens suitable for cattle and horse operations, The ranch is cross fenced across the middle of the ranch and the exterior fencing is high game fencing and is home to several exotics, deer, turkey, dove and quail. Improvements include a nice 3/2
Harold HaynesHaynes Realty Company
$691,600266 acres254 CR 174, San Diego, TX78332 - Jim Wells County
Located about 9 miles north of San Diego the hunting/ranching property is mostly native brush with the more open area being the north west section thus providing good habitat for local wildlife. Abundant forage and browse for wildlife/cattle. Fences are good for wildlife but may be a concern if livestock are considered.
One unique feature of this property is that there is the remnants of a Jacal, which is a type of structure employed by both Hispanic and Anglo settlers in Texas and elsewhere. There seems to be very few remaining from years past. The mesquite planks were supposed to have been cut during a full moon which enhances their longevity.
A 300' water well with a submersible pump, and an 8,000 gallon concrete cistern provide water
Janet DiMaggioRabe Real Estate, L.L.C.
$570,000240 acresPremont, TX78375 - Jim Wells County
240 acres Premont-Jim Wells County, Texas.
This is the ideal set up for a person seeking a combination Cattle/Hunting Ranch not far from town. It has a great combination of South Texas Native brush and semi-open country. Property has lots of paved frontage, 2 water wells & electricity. This lowfenced property is home to whitetail deer, hogs, javelina and Gamebirds.
Ryan FosterRio Ranch Sales
$544,000150 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2500 sqft2576 CR 170, Alice, TX78332 - Jim Wells County
MINERALS! MINERALS! MINERALS! SELLER IS HIGHLY MOTIVATED AND IS NOW WILLING TO CONVEY OWNED MINERALS WITH SALE. Although this particular property is not currently leased for oil & gas, the neighboring properties are.
Location: Muerto Creek Ranch is located in western Jim Wells County approximately 7 miles NW of Alice. Corpus Christi is 50 miles to the east, Laredo is 100 miles to the west and San Antonio is quick 2 hour drive north. County Road 170 runs along the western boundary of the property providing convenient, paved access. With its population hovering around 20K, Alice is where you can find most modern day conveniences including Regional hospitals, hotels, chain restaurants and HEB grocery.
General: Driving along CR 1
Bluestem Ranch GroupBluestem Ranch Group
$499,00010 acres4 Beds | 3 Baths | 3200 sqft3124 County Road 220, Alice, TX78332 - Jim Wells County
Spectacular 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with a 3.5 car garage on 10 acres! Master bedroom is its own hideaway with a grand bathroom and a sunny sitting area where you can read and watch a beautiful south Texas sunset. Amazing natural lighting throughout the house and all windows have custom plantation shutters. Hardwood and tile floors throughout. Huge finished basement that would make a great game room, media room or exercise room. Living area has a corner fireplace and built in cabinets. Gourmet kitchen with an island cooktop, double oven, cabinets galore and a built in side by side refrigerator freezer. Sits on an 800 acre ranch which is available.
Eric BluntzerHoltzclaw Herrmann Real Estate Company
$496,000160 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2600 sqftFalfurrias, TX78355 - Jim Wells County
A beautiful ranch with a custom built home perfect for that retiree or couple that love to hunt and love the ranch life. The ranch is just northwest of Falfurrias and has paved road frontage ,all weather caliche road to the house. Lots of deer , hogs, javelina , dove , tukey and quail. Fertile sandy loam soils that can grow the grass for cattle. Two water wells producing sweet water. Come check out the place. You will love it.
The ranch is approximately 9 miles Southwest of Orange Grove, Texas. From Orange Grove, take Hwy 359 South 2.9 miles to CR 308, turn right. The Ranch is 6.3 miles from Hwy 359 on the left with CR 308 frontage.
The topography in this area is gently rolling with a mixture of soil types from sandy loam to some clay based soils. The ranch is about 85% coastal grass and the remainder mesquite trees and native brush. This property is an excellent recreational hunting ranch with 2 houses!
The ranch has deer, hogs, turkey, dove and quail. Dove hunting is excellent near the pond. This is superb bird hunting ranch with quail, turkey and dove throughout.
There are numerous
Property Listing Price:
$437,250.00 or $3300.00 per acre.
132.5 acres of Cattle & Hunting Property
Cattle working pens
Property Perimeter Net-wire Fence in good shape except two locations, minimal repairs needed
2 - Water Troughs
1 - Water Well
2 - Electric Meters (one at Pond & one at Water Well)
1 - Pond w/Fishing deck - (Pond was stocked with catfish)
3 - Pasture Cross Fences need work
1 - Caliche Gravel Pit - currently inactive, however seller did have an agreement in years past and pit generated income.
1 - 30' X 100' 6" Pipe Barn Frame constructed near working pens