This 2000 acre ranch is part of the Historic Door Key Ranch in Tom Green County. The Door Key Ranch was established by John Willis Johnson in 1909, who was once the sheriff of San Angelo.
The ranch originally totaled 90,000 acres in Tom Green and surrounding counties. It was one of the largest ranches on the Texas Frontier in the early 1900's and is rumored to have had Texas Outlaws such as Jesse James hiding out a time or two.
Natural springs of Pecan Creek provide a stable supply of crystal clear water, yielding an oasis shaded by mature live oak and pecan trees. This reservoir makes an ideal place for a picnic or bass fishing from the dock.
The ranch currently has an abundant supply of wildlife to appeal to the avid hunter. Excellent numbers axis, black buck and whitetail deer roam the property. For the bird hunter there is a dense population of turkey on this ranch as well as dove and quail.
The ranch located approximately 15 miles south of San Angelo, down a paved Door Key Road, is far enough to retreat, yet close enough to San Angelo, restaurants, shopping, hospitals and the newly remodeled San Angelo Regional Airport at Mathis Field.
Don't miss this incredible opportunity to own and enjoy a part of Tom Green County history.
Call today to schedule a showing.
Kate Heartsill, Broker
Take HWY 277 6 miles south out of San Angelo, Turn left on paved Door Key Rd, drive 6 miles. Ranch entrance on your right.
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