Located near the middle of the ranch is a water well equipped with an electric submersible pump. The water has a brackish taste and is suitable for livestock and wild game animals. City water is available along the west boundary of the property.
The terrain on the Sweeten Ranch is flat to gently rolling country. The fertile bottom land is covered with large live oak trees, elm trees, and scattered mesquite. The knolls are covered with native shrubs and brush that provides browse for deer and livestock. There is a forty acre oat field with deep fertile soil located along the southwest area of the ranch.
The ranch has been in the Sweeten family for generations. It is very seldom a small ranch located 1.5 miles from town without restrictive covenants comes up for sale. The Sweeten Ranch offers a new owner the opportunity to purchase an unimproved property and fix it up to suit their needs. Telephone service is provided by Southwest Texas Telephone Company. Electricity is furnished by AEP.
There is an abundance of Axis Deer, Whitetail Deer, Blackbuck Antelope and wild turkey in the area. A few years ago the owner killed a large Bull Elk on the ranch.
The owner proposes to sell surface only.
$388.07 Ag. Use Valuation (2014)
$3,500 per acre
Owner finance: 20%-25% down payment
This old time family ranch lies along the east side of State Highway 55 one and one-half miles north of Camp Wood.
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