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Land for sale in Loma Alta Texas

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$6,766,000 6,800 acres
Loma Alta, TX - Val Verde County

6,800 acres Loma Alta, TX

This property is located in Eastern Val Verde County 45 miles South of Sonora, Texas and 40 miles North of Del Rio, Texas. Great Whitetail Deer hunting, Turkey hunting, Audad Sheep Hunting with breathtaking views of West Texas. $995/acre.
Edgar Vines Vines Realty & Land
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$3,000,000 1,471 acres 4 Beds | 3 Baths
Loma Alta, TX 77840 - Val Verde County

1,471 acres Loma Alta, TX

The Steer Canyon Ranch is located halfway between Del Rio and Sonora, setting on the Edwards Plateau,Chihuahua Desert and Rio Grande Plain.The ranch has a wide variety of native grasses and tree coverage. Very well-managed and improved ranch!! The work is complete.Blinds,feeders and water all in place. Roads with easy access. Game fence all installed to let the game grow to their max. Game has been on feed year round with protein in off season and corn in season.Set up for perfect commercial operation or just enjoy with friends and family. Wildlife on the Steer Canyon Ranch are native whitetail deer,exotics such as Elk, axis deer,aoudad,Iranian Red Sheep,mouflon sheep,Black Hawaian Sheep,elk,sika deer,turkey,quail and dove. All
Wayne Lewis RE/MAX Del Rio
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$2,189,250 3,150 acres
Loma Alta, TX - Val Verde County

3,150 acres Loma Alta, TX

This ranch lies in the rugged hill county in the northeast portion of Val Verde County. The run off from this ranch drains into Dolan Creek (seasonally dry) which drains into the Devils River. Steep hillsides and some large draws make this property very scenic with elevations varying from 1789 ft. to 2100 ft. The ranch in the past has been a working ranch with cattle and goats. Having a good turf of native grasses and many different brush species ranging from live oak, cedar, catclaw, mesquite, mountain laurel and persimmon make this ranch productive for livestock and wildlife. WATER: There is one windmill and several troughs located on this ranch, with a shared well agreement. One well with a pump that feeds a large tank. Located in
Edgar Vines Vines Realty & Land