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El Rancho Grande is approximately 1630 acres of land located in Jim Wells County, Texas, along the north side of F.M. 735, approximately 4 miles west of US Highway 281, and approximately 10 miles Southwest of Alice, TX. The ranch has the ideal environment for deer, dove, quail, and hog hunting. The really good sandy loam soils also give the backbone for a good cattle operation. The main gate and entrance road are located along the north side of F.M. 735. This main ranch road leads to the hunters cabin in the south portion of the ranch.
The hunters cabin has an estimated 760 square feet of total living space, consisting of two separate units. Each unit features a living/dining area, one bedroom, one bath, fully equipped kitchen and
JIM WELLS COUNTY TEXAS, near Rios
208 ACRES +/- HUNTING, FISHING, GRAZING RANCH
Location: The ranch is approximately 2 miles South of Ben Bolt on Hwy 281. The property also has frontage on CR 449.
Topography: The topography in this area is flat to gently rolling with predominantly sandy loam soil. There is thick, heavy brush on most of the property, with huge cedar elms and mesquites in the creeks. Brush species include blackbrush, lime prickly ash, granjeno, and other native South Texas species.
There is a large lake (approximately 4 acres) built where two creeks converge.
Wildlife: The ranch has superb hunting for deer, turkey, hogs, dove, quail and ducks.
Improvements: - Home : (approx. 1,000 sq ft)
This 85 acres is only 20 minutes from Alice and Kingsville and is full of potential. It is easily accessible with highway frontage on FM 2295. Brush includes mesquite, guajillo, black brush, sage, and mountain laurel and provides great cover for wildlife. It is especially known for its dove and whitetail deer hunting but hogs, turkey, and quail are also hunted on the property.
There is one water well on the southwest side of property that needs a new pump. No minerals available at this time.
Please contact Heather Woods to schedule an appointment. (210) 854-0363
Mark Hubbard, Broker - Jared Capt, Broker Assoc.Mark Hubbard Ranch Properties