Sportsmen Take Note This Gulf Coast ranch bordered by the Victoria Barge Canal and in view of San Antonio Bay is a veritable wildlife paradise. Waterfowl Hunting is unparalleled, with approximately 200 acres of wetlands present on the property. The Calhoun County Navigation District has an easement used for the retention of materials periodically dredged from the Victoria Barge Canal. This greatly benefits the numerous species of migratory waterfowl and other game animals in the area such as deer and hogs.
The balance of the property is a comprised of a variety of quality soil types thus providing a high carrying capacity for grazing. A mixture of native and improved grasses are present throughout the property providing a variety of feed sources. The property is currently under lease which can be terminated by the new owner. The tenant rancher is running 60 pairs but stated the property can easily support 100+ pairs with some additional brush work. Due to the location being coastal, the ranch is predominantly level with a good mix of open grasslands and several nice oak motts.
This property has incredible investment potential being on the barge canal. What a great venue to park some capital, enjoy the wildlife and outdoor recreation aspect of the property until such time an industrial use arises.
There are two water wells on the property as well as electricity. The pasture roads are in good condition and perimeter fencing is cattle tight.
Surface sale only. No minerals to convey, there are three producing gas wells.
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