The rolling terrain is very scenic with multiple creek drainages lined with live oaks.   The ranch sits approximately 15 miles south of the Hill Country and there are spectacular views of the Hill Country Mountains to the North of the ranch.   The ranch sits at the end of a gravel county road and is very private.   The property has approximately 350 acres of improved pastures and cultivated fields.   The remaining 1,191 acres is mostly first growth brush, large mesquite, and live oaks.  Ranchero Creek passes through the ranch and is lined with multiple giant live oaks and is very scenic.   There are several Indian camp grounds along the creek that have never been disturbed and left in their natural condition.


Located approximately 3.5 miles North East of Sabinal, TX in Uvalde and Medina counties.   The ranch is accessed by an all-weather county road that dead ends at the property.

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Water:   The ranch is very well watered with two strong water wells.   There are 7 stock tanks on the ranch that can all be supplemented by the water wells.   In 2018 the owner installed several miles of new water lines and upgraded the water wells with new pump equipment.

Ranchero Creek cuts through the property and there is a big natural water hole on Ranchero Creek that holds water year round.

Improvements:   Moderate building improvements include a camp house built in 2017 and two portable buildings set up as dorm rooms.  The accommodations at the headquarters are currently set up to sleep 7 people.    There is equipment shed on the property approximately 2,000 sf.    Other improvements include deer blinds, feeders, perimeter high game fencing, and a 5 acre whitetail breeding pen.

Wildlife:     The most outstanding wildlife feature of this property is the dove hunting.   The ranch sits in a big natural fly zone half way between Hondo and Uvalde.    The owner has invested a lot of time and money enhancing the ranch to accommodate wing shooting.   Dove hunting enhancements include over 300 acres of cultivated fields to grow crops to hold birds on the ranch.    Most of the fields have water holes supplemented by the water wells for tank hunting.    It is not uncommon to visit the ranch and see hundreds of dove at multiple fields and ponds at the ranch.    

The owner purchased 4 new whitetail breeder bucks in 2017 and released them on the ranch.   The 4 bucks are 3 years old, pure South Texas genetics, and range in size from 180 – 200 class.

The ranch is also loaded with turkey, quail, dove, javelin, and a few wild hogs.

Price:  $3,950 per acre.

Minerals:   There are no mineral leases on the ranch and there has never been any mineral production.   The owner will convey a 25% mineral interest at closing.

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