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|Address:2731 VIVROUX RANCH RD.
Heavily wooded Guadalupe County hunting ranch located between Seguin and Gonzales, TX with an outstanding 3 bedroom 1.5 bath two story lodge that overlooks a large pond with a pier stocked with fish, deer blinds, 1/1 cabin, workshop, barn, white tail deer, turkey, feral hogs, storage buildings and two water wells! The ranch is currently under a wildlife tax valuation and is well suited for rifle or bow hunting for family or corporate use.
This property is located in the rolling post oak hills approximately 15 miles East of Seguin in Eastern Guadalupe County approximately 45 miles East of San Antonio, 60 miles South of Austin and about 120 miles West of Houston, Texas!
The ranch has frontage on a paved county maintained road, Vivroux Ranch Road, which runs South off of State Highway FM 466. From Seguin take FM 466 to Vivroux Ranch Road turn right go 3 miles to the JR Ranch gate on the left. Showings by appointment only!
The soils on the ranch consist of Patilo and Arenosa sandy soils.
The terrain on the ranch consists of rolling hills with elevations that run from about 500 up to 620 on the hill tops. Drainage is generally from the South to the North.
The ranch is heavily wooded with Post Oak, Black Jack Oak, Hickory, Beauty Berry and other native trees and shrubs.
The ranch has two water wells and two ponds. The larger pond is stocked with catfish and bass and can be supplemented with well water through a pipeline from one of the water wells. The property is located in an area known for good underground water availability. The newer water well was drilled in 2000 to a depth of 360 feet and is equipped with a 35 gallon per minute submersible pump.
The owner will convey 50% of the minerals owned. See listing agent for documents relating to the minerals owned by Seller. The mineral conveyance is to be determined by the Buyer at the time of a new title policy and associated documents.
The ranch has white tail deer, wild hogs, turkey, doves and other native wildlife species.
The ranch has one electric meter serviced by Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative. Telephone service and satellite TV is available.
The ranch has a modern 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath two story lodge that is approximately 5 years old and contains about 2400 square feet of living area. The beautiful lodge interior has a Southwest/Hunter style dcor, silestone countertops, top of the line GE Profile appliances, tile floors and oversized master bedroom. There is a stacked washer/dryer hook-up in the downstairs bathroom. All bedrooms are upstairs and have walk-in closets with built-ins. The lodge has central electric HVAC and full length covered front and back porches. Outside of the lodge is a 30X30 metal building on slab workshop with a roll up door and walk thru door, two small storage buildings, a 1 bedroom 1 bath cabin, 24X24 pole barn/shed with game cleaning rack and a well house. There are two water wells on the ranch and two ponds. One of the ponds has a metal fishing pier with wood deck. The ranch has a set of cattle pens and is fenced with barbed wire fencing with the exception of the South side where the neighbor has placed a high fence. Several hunting blinds, and feed pens will remain as part of the sale.
The ranch currently has a wildlife valuation for tax purposes. The total estimated taxes for 2010 are $2720.55 or $11.25 per acre per year.
Price and Terms: $974,000.00 Cash to Seller or $4,029 per acre. Possible Owner Financing!