Perhaps some of the most quality hunting/recreational land available in Edwards County with thick live oaks, lush grass, fertile soil, and fantastic game.
Edwards/ Real County. From Kerrville take I-10 west approximately 15 miles to Hwy. 41. Proceed west on Hwy. 41 for approximately 30 miles to Hwy. 83 intersection (Garven Store) then proceed west on Hwy. 41 approximately 10 miles to Morris Ranch Rd. 1 hour west of Kerrville.
Part of the historic Morris Ranch , this gorgeous rolling Live Oak divide country has good fertile soil, lush green grass, towering massive thick live oaks, shin oak, and some native juniper. Areas are available with good tillable soil for food plots for game. There are no neighboring easements through this ranch and large neighbors surround this ranch. Elevations are up to 2,300 feet above sea level. The ranch is low fenced with mostly large neighbors. The agricultural tax exemption is in place.
IMPROVEMENTS: There is a windmill and an electric water well in good working condition with several water troughs scattered throughout the ranch that provide water all over the ranch. The headquarters is secluded and private and features two main ranch houses, a foreman's house, barns, gated pens, and equipment sheds. The improvements are in decent condition.
TAXES: Estimated to be $1,800 - $2,000 per year with Ag-exemption in place.
GAME: The ranch is loaded with game. Many whitetail, wild turkey, hogs, including exotic deer such as Axis and Blackbuck Antelope.