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6,600 acres Del Rio, TX $12,900,000

6,600 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Jeff Soele Texas Best Ranches, LLC

Type: River House

6,600 Acres with 20 Miles Devils River - $12,900,000 ($1 MILLION PRICE REDUCTION!) This 6,600 acre ranch on Devil's River, in Val Verde County is quite literally, the best live water ranch you will ever see in Texas. Just 2 hours from Houston, with commercial airline flights daily, this property offers more than 20 miles of Lake Amistad and Devils River shoreline! Lake Amistad is one of the top-rated bass lakes in the world and is now home to many annual fishing tournaments! The waterline features majestic 400-foot cliffs that stretch out from the crystal-clear aquamarine waters of the famous Devils River and Lake Amistad, and reach toward the wide Texas sky! Several of the coves on this property create an ambience of having your own 500 acre lakes! This property is perfect for the avid outdoorsman, hunter, boater, fisherman, bird watcher, kayaker, diver or star watcher. You simply must experience this rare property for yourself, in order to understand what an exceptional opportunity this ! The property features paved electric access, paved roads and easy access to the lake and river shorelines. Many improvements have already been added to the ranch, including the main home, a bunkhouse, a guesthouse, 4 water wells, 4 stock ponds, good working livestock pens, and three high fenced areas for food plots. Over 150 miles of four wheeler trails give great access to all parts of this huge ranch and it's expansive shoreline. Wildlife abound with a herd of 450 Muflones and Carsicans, and a recent helicopter census shows 450 Whitetails on the property. In addition, Quail are plentiful. The location provides easy access and unlimited future development and recreational possibilities, including resorts, commercial hunting, exotic livestock breeding and more! This property could be divided into three 2,200 acre ranches with plenty of waterfront and views on each! The seller will consider parceling out 4,500 acres separately, with 10miles of Lake Amistad shore.
 

9,100 acres Del Rio, TX $10,337,798

9,100 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2600 SqFt

9,100 ACRES - SYCAMORE CREEK RANCH - Cocobola Road, Val Verde and Kinney County, Del Rio, Texas 78840. DESCRIPTION: The Sycamore Creek Ranch provides endless activities and opportunity. The ranch is composed of 3 adjoining properties. Each parcel has its own unique characteristics and can be bought separately or in any combination. Whether you are interested in hunting native and exotic game, exploring the creek banks for Indian artifacts, or just want a place to relax and enjoy beautiful views from the back porch of Sycamore creek this ranch is for you. IMPROVEMENTS: There are improvements on each section of the ranch. The main compound overlooks a scenic bend of Sycamore Creek and includes a beautiful rock home, hunters lodge, barns, and a swimming pool. The rock home is 2600- sq ft and includes 3 bed 3 bath, a large game room, kitchen, 1000 sq ft of covered porches front and back, and a 2-car garage. The hunters cabin is 1920 sq ft has one large bedroom, one bathroom, full kitchen, back bar area with a 15 ft. Birch antique bar, plus a large game room with high ceilings, 300 sq ft of covered porches, and 2 vehicle carport. The large barn is 1220 sq. ft. and includes a game cleaning area along with a large game cooler. The second set of improvements include a hunting lodge that is 1668 sq ft and includes 3 bed, 1 bath, living area, and full kitchen. There is managers home that is 432 sq ft and includes 1 bed, 1 bath, living area, and kitchen. Also included are 2 barns, metal cattle pens, horse stalls, 2 large hay barns, 8x6- walk-in cooler, and 2 storage sheds. The third set of improvements includes a water well, electricity, two 10,000 lb. grain silos, and a storage shed. A huge benefit this ranch has to offer is the road system. Not only is there a great road system making the property very accessible but the border patrol maintains the roads and keeps them all in great shape at no cost. Certain pastures of the property are high fenced and others are low fence and border large neighbors. WATER: This ranch has a great amount of surface water for the area. The ranch has 3.5 miles of Sycamore Creek, 2.7 miles of Sacatosa Creek, 3.6 miles of Turkey Creek, numerous ponds, tanks, plus a 30acre Lake that provides great duck hunting. Along with the abundance of surface water there are artesian springs and 4 water wells. There is one well for each set of improvements and 2 wells at the headquarters. TERRAIN-VEGETATION: The terrain is ever changing on this ranch, from the rocky brush country with rolling hills and high bluffs overlooking Sycamore creek to lush creek bottoms loaded with large hardwoods. The elevations rang from over 1,100 to 900 feet about sea level. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include guajillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Large trees are throughout the ranch and along the seasonal creeks. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite. WILDLIFE: Along with the native white tail deer, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints there are 8 different species of exotic game. Exotic species include aoudad, blackbuck, fallow, axis, sika, mouflon, scimitar-horned oryx, and barasignha. MINERALS: Owner will convey 50% of minerals owned. Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural Exemption
 

9,100 acres Del Rio, TX $10,337,798

9,100 acres Del Rio, TX

Kinney County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2 SqFt

9,100 ACRES - SYCAMORE CREEK RANCH - Cocobola Road, Val Verde and Kinney County, Del Rio, Texas. DESCRIPTION: The Sycamore Creek Ranch provides endless activities and opportunity. The ranch is composed of 3 adjoining properties. Each parcel has its own unique characteristics and can be bought separately or in any combination. Whether you are interested in hunting native and exotic game, exploring the creek banks for Indian artifacts, or just want a place to relax and enjoy beautiful views from the back porch of Sycamore creek this ranch is for you. IMPROVEMENTS: There are improvements on each section of the ranch. The main compound overlooks a scenic bend of Sycamore creek and includes a beautiful rock home, hunters lodge, barns, and a swimming pool. The rock home is 2600- sq ft and includes 3 bed 3 bath, a large game room, kitchen, 1000 sq ft of covered porches front and back, and a 2-car garage. The hunters cabin is 1920 sq ft has one large bedroom, one bathroom, full kitchen, back bar area with a 15 ft. Birch antique bar, plus a large game room with high ceilings, 300 sq ft of covered porches, and 2 vehicle carport. The large barn is 1220 sq. ft. and includes a game cleaning area along with a large game cooler. The second set of improvements include a hunting lodge that is 1668 sq ft and includes 3 bed, 1 bath, living area, and full kitchen. There is managers home that is 432 sq ft and includes 1 bed, 1 bath, living area, and kitchen. Also included are 2 barns, metal cattle pens, horse stalls, 2 large hay barns, 8'x6' walk-in cooler, and 2 storage sheds. The third set of improvements includes a water well, electricity, two 10,000 lb. grain silos, and a storage shed. A huge benefit this ranch has to offer is the road system. Not only is there a great road system making the property very accessible but the border patrol maintains the roads and keeps them all in great shape at no cost. Certain pastures of the property are high fenced and others are low fence and border large neighbors. WATER: This ranch has a great amount of surface water for the area. The ranch has 3.5 miles of Sycamore Creek, 2.7 miles of Sacatosa Creek, 3.6 miles of Turkey Creek, numerous ponds, tanks, plus a 30acre Lake that provides great duck hunting. Along with the abundance of surface water there are artesian springs and 4 water wells. There is one well for each set of improvements and 2 wells at the headquarters. TERRAIN-VEGETATION: The terrain is ever changing on this ranch, from the rocky brush country with rolling hills and high bluffs overlooking Sycamore creek to lush creek bottoms loaded with large hardwoods. The elevations rang from over 1,100 to 900 feet about sea level. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include guajillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Large trees are throughout the ranch and along the seasonal creeks. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite. WWILDLIFE: Along with the native white tail deer, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints there are 8 different species of exotic game. Exotic species include aoudad, blackbuck, fallow, axis, sika, mouflon, scimitar-horned oryx, and barasignha. MINERALS: Owner will convey 50% of minerals owned. Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural Exemption
 

8,038 acres Del Rio, TX $4,622,149

8,038 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Martin, Tom, Lee P., Lee H., Rick, Kevin, Lane, Elaine Lee, Lee & Puckitt Associates, Inc.

Type: Acreage

Red Bluff Ranch Size: 8038.52 acres Location: The ranch is located approximately 25 miles North of Del Rio, TX in Val Verde County. Access to the ranch is on U.S. Highway 277 and has approximately 3 miles of road frontage. Terrain: The Red Bluff ranch is very diverse for the area from creek canyons to rolling grass bottoms. Limestone rock outcroppings with some tall bluffs above 100 feet high along down Red Bluff Creek. There are some good soils with good native grasses. Scattered liveoaks with cedar and some mesquite, persimmon, and lots of other brush species good for wildlife habit. One Unique species, Pinion Pine, is scattered on the south part of the ranch. Some of the Pines are as high as 30 feet tall. Hunting: The ranch has good whitetail deer hunting and lots of turkey for the region. Note: Anthrax has been noted in this region of the state but not a strong presence on the ranch as reported by the owners. Improvements: The ranch has good exterior fences and good to fair interior fences. The ranch is divided into 7 pastures and 3 Traps. There are 2 sets of pens; one small, native rock, 1 bedroom house; and two shearing barns. Water: There is good water on this ranch for the area. There are 4 windmills and several stock tanks and water troughs that water each pasture. Minerals: Surface Only Price : $575 an acre or $4,622,149.00 total Comments: This is a ranch that has been in the same family for several generations, and a ranch like this does not come on the market very often. The ranch is a must see to appreciate the diversity of terrain.
 

3,862 acres Del Rio, TX $4,619,098

3,862 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Ranch Marketing Ranch Marketing Associates

Type: River Property

The Yoas Ranch consists of 3,862 acres located only a few minutes southeast of Del Rio, Texas. With 2 miles of frontage on State Hwy 277, this ranch has acreage in both Kinney and Val Verde Counties. Eight species of exotics along with trophy white tail deer and turkey are on this ranch within the 3,112 acres of high game fencing. The remaining 750 acres of this ranch are under low fence and adjoin two large ranches. Live water features of this ranch include 1.4+/- miles of beautiful Sycamore Creek, 2.7+/- miles of Sacatosa Creek and 1.4+/- miles of Turkey Creek. There are many ponds and tanks, a number of artesian springs plus in normal times a 30-acre lake called Lonesome Dove Lake. A superior road system, easy access and trophy hunting are big pluses for this ranch. The ranch headquarters has a water well, electricity, two 10,000 pound grain silos and storage sheds. Seller will convey 50% of owned minerals with sale. Adjoining this ranch is another 5,238 acres that could be purchased. Contact Happy Broussard
 

3,862 acres Del Rio, TX $4,619,098

3,862 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage

3,862 ACRES - YOAS RANCH Hwy. 277, Val Verde and Kinney County, Del Rio, Texas DEXCRIPTION: This ranch provides endless opportunity for hunters of any kind. 3,112 acres of this ranch are high fenced and there are 8 different types of exotic species along with the native game which includes white tail, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints. The remaining 750 acres of the ranch is low fenced with 2 large neighbors and provide great hunting opportunities as well. WATER: Three strong seasonal creeks traverse the property. The three creeks on the property include 1.4+/- miles of Sycamore creek, 2.7+/- miles of Sacatosa Creek, and 1.4 miles of Turkey Creek. Along with the creeks are numerous tanks and ponds, artesian springs, and a lake named Lonesome Dove that is 30+/- acres in normal time and provides great waterfowl hunting. There is one well at the compound to service the improvements. IMPROVEMENTS: There is a ranch compound which includes a water well, electricity, two 10,000 pound grain silos, and a storage shed. This is a perfect place to build improvements of your choice. Not only is there a great road system making the property very accessible but the border patrol maintains the roads and keeps them all in great shape at no cost. TERRAIN-VEGETATION: The terrain is ever changing on this ranch, from the rocky brush country with rolling hills and high bluffs overlooking Sycamore creek to lush creek bottoms loaded with large hardwoods. The elevations range from 1,030 to 900 feet above sea level. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include gujillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite. WILDLIFE: Along with the native white tail, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints there are 8 different species of exotic game. Exotic species include aoudad, blackbuck, fallow, axis, sika, mouflon, scimitar-horned oryx, and barasignha. Lonesome Dove Lake provides a great opportunity to waterfowl hunt during the winter months. MINERALS: Owner will convey 50% of minerals owned. Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural Exemption
 

3,682 acres Del Rio, TX $4,619,098

3,682 acres Del Rio, TX

Kinney County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage

3,862 ACRES - YOAS RANCH Hwy. 277, Val Verde and Kinney County, Del Rio, Texas DESCRIPTION: This ranch provides endless opportunity for hunters of any kind. 3,112 acres of this ranch are high fenced and there are 8 different types of exotic species along with the native game which includes white tail, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints. The remaining 750 acres of the ranch is low fenced with 2 large neighbors and provide great hunting opportunities as well. WATER: Three strong seasonal creeks traverse the property. The three creeks on the property include 1.4+/- miles of Sycamore creek, 2.7+/- miles of Sacatosa Creek, and 1.4 miles of Turkey Creek. Along with the creeks are numerous tanks and ponds, artesian springs, and a lake named Lonesome Dove that is 30+/- acres in normal time and provides great waterfowl hunting. There is one well at the compound to service the improvements. IMPROVEMENTS: There is a ranch compound which includes a water well, electricity, two 10,000 pound grain silos, and a storage shed. This is a perfect place to build improvements of your choice. Not only is there a great road system making the property very accessible but the border patrol maintains the roads and keeps them all in great shape at no cost. TERRAIN-VEGETATION: The terrain is ever changing on this ranch, from the rocky brush country with rolling hills and high bluffs overlooking Sycamore creek to lush creek bottoms loaded with large hardwoods. The elevations range from 1,030 to 900 feet above sea level. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include gujillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite. WILDLIFE: Along with the native white tail, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints there are 8 different species of exotic game. Exotic species include aoudad, blackbuck, fallow, axis, sika, mouflon, scimitar-horned oryx, and barasignha. Lonesome Dove Lake provides a great opportunity to waterfowl hunt during the winter months. MINERALS: Owner will convey 50% of minerals owned. Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural Exemption
 

872.6 acres Del Rio, TX $3,600,000

872.6 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Howard W. Hood Hood Real Estate Inc

Type: Acreage w/House

The picturesque Lake Amistad Ranch invites the discerning buyer to the ultimate recreational water property. Delight in hunting wild game or hiking in the hills of this scenic 872.6 acres property, located only 25 minutes north of Del Rio, Texas. New Owners can fish, swim, canoe, or enjoy a variety of water sports from the 4 miles of crystal clear lake frontage. This property is an outdoors-man's paradise! Lake Amistad is rated the #1 Bass lake in the United States. Native game include White-tail deer, turkey, quail, doves, and javelinas. True Texas comfort provided with a 4/3 Stucco home with wood burning fireplace. You can watch the sunrise from the great open kitchen area. Breathtaking views of Lake Amistad and surrounding Texas hills provide a diverse natural terrain. Other amenities include a nice barn, 1 water well, 1 tank, and perimeter fencing. This property is versatile and unique for development potential, a corporate retreat, recreational camp, or just living the good life. A rare find in today's market, this property won't last long. Call Howard W. Hood for a private showing!
 

2,690 acres Del Rio, TX $3,378,786

2,690 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House

2,690 ACRES - CARTALL RANCH. Cocobola Road, Val Verde and Kinney County, Del Rio, Texas. DESCRIPTION: A highlight of this ranch is beautiful Sycamore creek which traverses through the property for approximately 2 miles. Overlooking the creek atop a high cliff is a beautiful rock house with views for miles. This is a great hunting ranch with good access and nice improvements to go along with it. IMPROVEMENTS: The main compound overlooks a scenic bend of Sycamore creek and includes a beautiful rock home, hunters lodge, barns, and a swimming pool. The rock home is 2600 sq ft and includes 3 bed 3 bath, a large game room, kitchen, 1000 sq. ft. of covered porches front and back, and a 2-car garage. The hunters cabin is 1920 sq. ft. has one large bedroom, one bathroom, a full kitchen, back bar area with a 15 ft. Birch antique bar, plus a spacious game room with high ceilings, 300 sq. ft. of covered porches, and a 2 vehicle carport. The large barn is 1220 sq. ft. and includes a game cleaning area along with a large game cooler. The property is high fenced on 2 sides and the remaining low fence is shared by one large neighbor. Not only is there a great road system making the property very accessible but the border patrol maintains the roads and keeps them all in great shape at no cost. WATER: The ranch is watered by 2 miles of Sycamore Creek, artesian springs, and 2 water wells that service the improvements. TERRAIN-VEGETATION: The terrain is ever changing on this ranch, from the rocky brush country with rolling hills and high bluffs overlooking Sycamore creek to lush creek bottom loaded with large hardwoods. The elevations range from above 1,100 to 938 feet above sea level. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include guajillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite. WILDLIFE: The native species on this ranch include but are not limited to whitetail deer, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints. You will also have the occasional free ranging exotic present on this ranch. MINERALS: Owner will convey 50% of minerals owned. Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural Exemption
 

2,690 acres Del Rio, TX $3,378,786

2,690 acres Del Rio, TX

Kinney County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2600 SqFt

2,690 ACRES - CARTALL RANCH. Cocobola Road, Val Verde and Kinney County, Del Rio, Texas DESCRIPTION: A highlight of this ranch is beautiful Sycamore creek which traverses through the property for approximately 2miles. Overlooking the creek atop a high cliff is a beautiful rock house with views for miles. This is a great hunting ranch with good access and nice improvements to go along with it. IMPROVEMENTS: The main compound overlooks a scenic bend of Sycamore creek and includes a beautiful rock home, hunters lodge, barns, and a swimming pool. The rock home is 2600 sq ft and includes 3 bed 3 bath, a large game room, kitchen, 1000 sq. ft. of covered porches front and back, and a 2 car garage. The hunters cabin is 1920 sq. ft. has one large bedroom, one bathroom, a full kitchen, back bar area with a 15 ft. Birch antique bar, plus a spacious game room with high ceilings, 300 sq ft of covered porches, and a 2 vehicle carport. The large barn is 1220 sq. ft. and includes a game cleaning area along with a large game cooler. The property is high fenced on 2 sides and the remaining low fence is shared by one large neighbor. Not only is there a great road system making the property very accessible but the border patrol maintains the roads and keeps them all in great shape at no cost. WATER: The ranch is watered by 2 miles of Sycamore Creek, artesian springs, and 2 water wells that service the improvements. TERRAIN-VEGETATION: The terrain is ever changing on this ranch, from the rocky brush country with rolling hills and high bluffs overlooking Sycamore creek to lush creek bottom loaded with large hardwoods. The elevations range from above 1,100 to 938 feet above sea level. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include guajillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite. WILDLIFE: The native species on this ranch include but are not limited to whitetail deer, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints. You will also have the occasional free ranging exotic present on this ranch. MINERALS: Owner will convey 50% of minerals owned. Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural Exemption
 

2,551 acres Del Rio, TX $2,909,351

2,551 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Robert Dullnig, Director/Broker Assoc. Kuper Ranch Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1668 SqFt

2,551 ACRES - MARSHALL RANCH Hwy. 277, Val Verde County, Del Rio, Texas. DESCRIPTION: This is a great hunting ranch that has both brush country and beautiful creek bottoms lined with large pecan and oak trees. The perimeter of the ranch is high fenced and there is both native and exotic game to keep hunters busy. This ranch has good access and boarders Laughlin Air Force Base. WATER: Turkey Creek runs through the property for 2.2 miles and is lined with beautiful pecan and oak trees. Along with the creek there is a good size tank and a water well that services the improvements. IMPROVEMENTSs: The improvements include a 3 bedroom/1 bath hunting lodge that is 1668 sq ft and includes a living area and full kitchen. There is a managers home that is 432 sq. ft. and includes 1 bed, 1 bath, living area, and a kitchen. Also included are 2 barns, metal cattle pens, horse stalls, 2 large hay barns, 8x6 walk-in cooler, and 2 storage sheds. There is electricity and a water well that services these improvements. The perimeter of the ranch is high fenced. Not only is there a great road system making the property very accessible but the border patrol maintains the roads and keeps them all in great shape. TERRAIN-VEGETATION: This property has gently rolling brush country along with lush creek bottoms lined with hard woods. The elevations range from 1,100 to 990 feet above sea level. This ranch has all the necessary vegetation to grow large deer and support lots of game. The brush species include guajillo, guayacan, granjeno, white brush, persimmons, black brush, mesquite, prickly pear, and many more. Trees present are oak, elm, hackberry, sycamore, and mesquite. WILDLIFE: Along with the native whitetail deer, turkey, waterfowl, dove, quail, and varmints there are exotic axis and aoudad that roam this property. MINERALS: Owner will convey 50% of minerals owned. Negotiable. TAXES: Agricultural Exemption
 

1,827 acres Del Rio, TX $2,375,100

1,827 acres Del Rio, TX

Kinney County Dan W. Kinsel III Dan W. Kinsel III Ranch Broker, LLC

Type: Acreage

This ranch is situated on the east-northeasterly side of Hwy 277, just past its intersection with FM 693. The ranch is relatively long and narrow, with 3.06 miles of highway frontage. The property is bisected by Cow Creek, a wet weather waterway which runs in a southwesterly direction to the Rio Grande River. Topography varies from bottom land along the creek to sloping and hilly, typical for the area. The ranch consists of rangeland with a covering of native grass and brush. The perimeter of the ranch is fenced with low ranch fencing consisting primarily of net wire on wooden posts and stays. Access through the property is provided by various dirt ranch roads. There are 2 dirt tanks on the ranch and a windmill with concrete storage tank in the southernmost portion. Excellent opportunity to purchase a portion of a much larger historic hunting ranch.
 

629.16 acres Del Rio, TX $1,212,750

629.16 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Wayne Lewis RE/MAX Del Rio

Type: Acreage

Very well managed whitetail ranch with free roaming exotics. Well improved roads, water system, and nice 3 bedroom 2 bath new mobile home. This place is perfect for hunting and all sorts of recreation. Also Lake Amistad 15 miles away and Del Rio 30 minutes away,you have the best of both worlds.If you are a gambler and want to check your luck,The Lucky Eagle Casino in Eagle Pass,Tx. is a little over an hour away.Give us a call for a tour and we can explain why this property could be a good investment for the future, while owning your ranch and enjoying your sporting events at the same time. A growing opportunity.
 

954.51 acres Del Rio, TX $1,140,640

954.51 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Wayne Lewis RE/MAX Del Rio

Type: Acreage

A super nice place with plenty of Blinds and Feeders to Hunt the Native Game, Dove, Quail, Turkey, Whitetail and other Wildlife Species. 15 minutes from Del Rio and Lake Amistad. 2-Water Wells and Electricity.
 

957 acres Del Rio, TX $1,052,700

957 acres Del Rio, TX

Val Verde County Deno Poulos Bridleman Land Co.

Type: Acreage

957 ACRES COUNTY: VAL VERDE LOCATION: APPROXIMENTLY 21 MILES NORTH OF DEL RIO AND LAKE AMISTAD ON HWY 277 WITH APPROXIMENTLY 1 1/2 MILES OF ROAD FRONTAGE ON HWY 277. TERRAIN: LARGE HILLS WITH NICE VIEWS. MIERS DRAW IS ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE RANCH WITH RED BLUFF CREEK ON THE S.W. SIDE. THE PROPERTY HAS GOOD VALLEYS WITH GOOD BRUSH AND GRASSES. VEGITATION: CEDAR, TEXAS PERSIMMON, SAGE, GUAJILLO GREAT NATIVE BROWSE,RED BERRY, LITTLE LEAF SUMAC, MOUNTAIN LAUREL, SOTOL,AND YUCCA. THE RANCH HAS GOOD NATIVE GRASSES ALSO, SILVER BLUE STEM, BUFFAL0 GRASS, BITTER WEED, SIDE OATS GRAMA, HAIRY GRAMA AND CURLY MESQUITE. WILDLIFE: WHITETAILE DEER,AOUDAD, BLACKBUCK, AXIS, HOGS,AND DOVE. THE RANCH HAS ELECTRICITY. THERE ARE NO WATER WELLS OR IMPROVEMENTS. MINERALS: NONE THIS IS A GOOD HUNTING AND RECREATION RANCH, WHAT A GREAT PLACE TO GET AWAY AND ENJOY THE OUTDOORS. OWN A PIECE OF TEXAS ( OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE )
 
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