This beautifully scenic wildlife ranch is conveniently located only 10 miles southwest of Rocksprings. Offering end-of-the-road privacy, the ranch is a wildlife haven with a variety of tree cover, large valleys, incredible vistas and rugged hills. The heavy live oak, shin oak and pinon pine cover provide browse and habitat for the numerous axis, elk, fallow, whitetail, turkey, feral hogs, dove and quail. Electricity and a water well are located on a high bluff overlooking the acreage. A great, hideaway for weekend enjoyment or retirement.
Location: 2.5 hours from San Antonio, 10 miles WSW of Rocksprings off of FM 674 at the end of the road behind a locked gate (Phase 7, Tract 11)
Terrain: Undulating Hill Country with elevations from 1800-2200, canyons and flat topped mesas.
Flora: Live Oak, Shin Oak, Pinion Pine, Cedar and a variety of native brush and grass species.
Fauna: The entire Indian Creek Subdivision is behind a game proof fence and the native and exotic game move freely about. It is not uncommon to see four to six species of game at a feeder at any given time. Varmint hunting is excellent throughout the year.
Water: A seasonal creek bisects the property and a water well was drilled and cased near a building site overlooking the ranch. Electricity and a meter drop was installed near the well head.
Price: $1850 per acre
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