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 to the campground area, buildings, and water trough at the cattle pens.
Electricity is provide to the jacal -workshop with dirt floor & the cooking area that has a wooden floor. It is also provided to the 12'X24" metal & wood building- living & bedroom, and the bath & utility room. The are many lights strung among the mesquite trees around the fire pit, BBQ area, and game cleaning area.
Because of the curve in the CR 174 it appears that 2 small parcels of the property lie on the other side road and a parcel of the neighbors is on this side.
A large metal container and all but 1 hunting blind remain with property.
The 2 travel trailers at campsite belong to the hunters from last season and do not convey.
A dry weather creek is on the south side of property.
Please call listing agent Richard Rabe (361) 319-1027 for showing.
From Alice take Hwy 44 to San Diego. As you cross the Railroad tracks on the west side of San Diego take the first right, travel the asphalt about a mile, the road will Y but stay to the right on the asphalt. From Hwy 44 the distance is approx. 8.6 miles then you turn right ( sign on corner)on CR 174.Property is right and starts at 2nd curve in road, entrance to property is approx. .7 mile.
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