The Javelina Ranch is 280 acres of old growth, never been cleared, original native brush. It is the SE corner of the Stratton Tract in NW Hidalgo County. The Stratton Tract is approximately 2200 acres and is a pristine island of habitat within 30 minutes of almost anywhere in the McAllen, Mission, Edinburg area. Access is from FM 2221 by fee simple, 30 foot private road. Deer, Javelina, quail, bobcat, coyote and all the usual inhabitants of the South Texas brush are here along with an incredible array of native plants. The proximity to town makes this an amazing opportunity as you can come from work, enjoy a private refuge and be back home and other activities. Yet, once in the brush you can see the stars and not hear the traffic. Some restrictions apply. Contact agent for details.
From US Exp 83: travel west through Mission. Turn north on Tom Gill Road and travel approximately 6 miles. Turn west on FM 2221 and stay on your right for under 1/4 mile. Entrance is the green gate on the north side of the highway.
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