Features and Information
acres more or less
miles southeast of Post, Texas in Garza County.
ranch has a variety of terrain from mesquite flats to rougher Caprock
country. Sand Creek runs through the southeastern corner of the property.
Mesquite and cedar are located throughout the ranch with willow and
hackberry trees near the creeks and tanks. Native grasses on the property
include Buffalo Grass, Blue Grama, Side Oats, Bluestem and Arizona
Cottontop. The ranch has a perimeter fencing with no cross fencing.
The roads on the property are in good condition.
ranch is watered by 7 earthen tanks. There is also one other tank
that could be utilized with a minimal amount of work to it.
rock exterior home on the ranch has two bedrooms and one bath. The
den features knotty pine on the walls and ceiling and large picture
windows. Although the home needs updating, it holds great promise
of being a vacation cabin anyone could be proud of.
ranch provides outstanding hunting and fishing. An abundance of whitetail
deer, turkey and quail are found on the property. Aoudad sheep can
be seen climbing on the rocky hills on the southwest corner of the
ranch. And with seven tanks, duck hunting is an added extra. For the
fisherman, the tanks are stocked with bass. One of the larger tanks
is even located within walking distance from the house! The variety
of terrain on the ranch provides great opportunities for adventures
on horseback or by foot. And the ranch is right in the middle of Indian
country; you might even find an arrowhead or two!
No minerals will be conveyed.
All information shown above, while based upon information
supplied by the owner and from other sources deemed to be reliable,
is not in anyway warranted by this company or its agents.
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