Cabeza Creek Ranch

Cabeza Creek Ranch

Posted on: March 12th, 2020 by Mike Carrasco

Description:
Secluded and beautiful would be the only proper words to describe this 90+- acre high-fenced ranch located on the Karnes and DeWitt County line. The habitat on this ranch is a mix of common brush country vegetation and river and creek bottom vegetation. Cabeza Creek and numerous sloughs and drainages meander through the ranch creating an extremely diverse habitat, especially for the South Texas area. Cabeza Creek makes a substantial horseshoe bend in the middle of the ranch. This ranch is in a very secluded part of Karnes County.You must see this ranch to truly appreciate all that it has to offer!

Location:
This ranch is located on the Karnes and DeWitt County and is located on CR 114, also known as Ochoa Road. CR 114 can be accessed from either CR 113 or FM 884.

Approximate travel times:
San Antonio: 1 hour and 40 minutes
Corpus Christi: 1 hour and 40 minutes
Houston: 2 hours and 50 minutes

Improvements:
Improvements include one solar water well and perimeter high-fencing. There are also 3 concrete bridges with culverts built to traverse Cabeza Creek even during wetter periods of time. Two fields have also recently been improved to diversify the ranch habitat even more.

Wildlife:
The ranch is home to a small group of introduced White-Tailed Deer and due to the excellent habitat, could easily increase the herd size. Animals common to this area also include Rio Grande Turkey, Feral Hogs, and numerous varmints.

Water:
Water is supplied by a solar water well and a small pond on the eastern border. The ranch is blanketed in many natural water holes from Cabeza Creek and its many sloughs and drainage areas.

Habitat:
The ranch is predominantly creek bottom and lower lying country habitat. Many Live Oak Trees are scattered around the property with some being extremely large in size.There are also 2 open fields ideal for cultivating for livestock and wildlife. Overall, the habitat on this ranch is very diverse for South Texas.

Minerals:
Surface sale only.

Call Mike and Cody today to see this ranch!

Mike and Cody’s Texas Ranches is an affiliation of Essex Properties.
All information pertaining to the current ranch is from trusted sources.
All Buyers need to verify all information pertaining to land, soils, taxes, minerals, Etc upon purchasing. Buyers should seek legal advise whenever is necessary. When buying real estate the buyers agent must be identified upon first contact, and present for initial showing to participate in the commission. If this condition is not met the participation fee will be distributed at the sole discretion of Essex Properties.

382 acres in Frio County, Texas

Posted on: March 4th, 2020 by Jason Burnside

READY TO SELL!! THE HABITAT ON THIS RANCH IS VERY IMPRESSIVE!! COMBINED WITH THE GREAT ACCESS, GOOD UNDERGROUND WATER AND PROXIMITY FROM PEARSALL MAKES THIS RANCH THE MOST ATTRACTIVE RAW-LAND RANCH AVAILABLE!! TRULY A MUST-SEE!!

LOCATION: 47 Miles South of San Antonio and 10 Miles North of Pearsall

TERRAIN/VEGETATION: This ranch has an EXTREMELY IMPRESSIVE stand of tall and thick mixed brush. The terrain is gently rolling providing nice views within the property. The terrain is gently rolling with very few flat areas.

SOILS: Soils are mostly a sandy-loam to clay-loam on an estimated 60% of the property. Most of this area is deep-soil bottomland, and has the capability of holding surface water for long periods. An estimated 40% is sandy-loam with some gravel mixed in a few high-elevation areas.

WATER: 2 stock tanks and 2 equipped water wells with a depth of 200 feet. There are 2 water troughs near one of the water wells. Water wells are not in the Carrizo Aquifer.

MINERALS: None will convey to buyer and there is no oil or gas well on the ranch.

PRICE: $3,350/ACRE

Mendiola Ranch

Posted on: March 4th, 2020 by Jason Burnside

965 ACRES
MENDIOLA RANCH WEBB COUNTY

LOCATION: Approximately 15 miles Southeast of Callaghan, Tx on the South side of Callaghan Road (County Maintained Road). Property can also be accessed from Hwy 59 via Callaghan Road for a distance of 21 miles.

IMPROVEMENTS: Absolutely none. Electricity is of a mile away. The Eastern border is high-fenced.

BRUSH: The majority of the property is 8 foot to 12 foot tall mixed brush with ample amount of prickly pear and many other desirable species.
SOILS: Soils are primarily a sandy-loam with the higher elevations having gravelly sandy loam. The bottomland is clay-loam soils which are excellent for holding surface water.

WILDLIFE: White-tailed Deer are of high-quality in this area, and the deer numbers are high as well. With a good culling, feeding, and management program, this property can produce GIANT WHITETAILS!! Both Blue and Bobwhite Quail are in high numbers in wet years. Javelinas, Bobcats, and Feral Hogs are prevalent, and there is even good Duck Hunting in the Winter Months in the pond in the Northwest corner.

NEIGHBORS:East: Lincoln Ranch +-3,500 acres (high-fenced)
Southeast: Rosas Ranch +- 650 acres (low-fenced)
South and Southwest: Herzog +-1,500 acres (low-fenced)
West: Seidel +-2,000 acres (low-fenced)
THESE ACREAGE ARE ESTIMATIONS ONLY!! SOME NEIGHBORS MAY HAVE CHANGED OWNERSHIP OR DIVIDED WITHOUT NOTICE!!

WATER: One pond in the Northeast corner. Underground water is between 800 and 1,200 feet. Water must be filtered to become potable. A water well with a depth of less than 900 feet has been drilled on adjacent neighbor to the West.

MINERALS: Owners own no minerals to convey, and there is no production located on the property.

PRICE: $1,850/Acre $1,785,250 – no owner financing available

Note: Acreage can be decreased to 710 acres or increased to 1,225 acres. Division lines with these acreages can easily be marked by broker at showing, and surveyed while under contract.

Disclaimer: Please note that the details within this document are for information purposes only and may contain errors or omissions. Buyer or Buyers Broker is responsible for obtaining further details which may affect the property. Listing Broker is not responsible for damage to property or problems that may arise due to natural causes, illegal traffic, or any unknown source of problems.

220 Acres – Moore, Tx

Posted on: March 4th, 2020 by Jason Burnside

DESCRIPTION: This ranch has FABULOUS habitat for White-tailed Deer and Bob-White Quail. The combination of soils and brush provides what it takes to produce quality Deer and an abundance of birds. It is perfectly drained through the middle creating a “Valley Effect” that is very unique!! This one is a must-see!!

LOCATION: 47 Miles from San Antonio, 10 miles North of Pearsall, and 7 miles Southeast of Moore. Property lies West of FM 2779 and accessed via 3,000 dirt easement.

IMPROVEMENTS: Single-phase electricity provides power to a shallow water well both with an estimated depth of 200 feet. The Western and Southern borders are high-fenced.

BRUSH: The brush is very outstanding on this property. The list of brush species on this ranch is very long!! The majority of the property is 8 foot to 12 foot tall mixed brush with ample amount of prickly pear and many other desirable species. The higher and mid-elevations have especially diverse brush.

SOILS: Soils are primarily a sandy-loam with the higher elevations having gravelly sandy loam. The bottomland is clay-loam soils which are excellent for holding surface water.

TERRAIN: Gently Rolling terrain with nice in-ranch views.

WILDLIFE: White-tailed Deer, Blue and Bob-white Quail, Dove Hunting, Bobcats, and other predators exist.

WATER: 1 water well with a depth of slightly over 200 feet. The well is equipped and the current output is 10 to 18 g.p.m. The well could produce more than it currently does with a larger pump. Water quality is considered to be good and may have some minerals.

PRICE: $3,950/acre$869,000 – no owner financing available

MINERALS: No minerals are to convey with property, no production exists.

Disclaimer: Please note that the details within this document are for information purposes only and may contain errors or omissions. Buyer or Buyers Broker is responsible for obtaining further details which may affect the property. Listing Broker is not responsible for damage to property or problems that may arise due to natural causes, illegal traffic, or any unknown source of problems.

Mendiola Ranch

Posted on: March 4th, 2020 by Jason Burnside

2,680 ACRES

MENDIOLA RANCH WEBB COUNTY

WILL DIVIDE INTO 2 TRACTS

LOCATION: Approximately 15 miles Southeast of Callaghan, Tx on the South side of Callaghan Road (County Maintained Road).
Property can also be accessed from Hwy 59 via Callaghan Road for a distance of 21 miles.

IMPROVEMENTS: The Eastern border is high-fenced and electricity supplies water to 2 deep water wells.

BRUSH: The majority of the property is 8 foot to 12 foot tall mixed brush with ample amount of prickly pear and many other desirable species.

SOILS: Soils are primarily a sandy-loam with the higher elevations having gravelly sandy loam. The bottomland is clay-loam soils which are excellent for holding surface water.

WILDLIFE: White-tailed Deer are of high-quality in this area, and the deer numbers are high as well. With a good culling, feeding, and management program, this property can produce
GIANT WHITETAILS!! Both Blue and Bobwhite Quail are in high numbers in wet years. Javelinas, Bobcats, and Feral Hogs are prevalent, and there is even good Duck Hunting
in the Winter Months in the pond in the Northwest corner.

TERRAIN: Gently rolling to flat with good drainage for stock tanks, and nice hills for views and campsite/homesite.

NEIGHBORS: East: Lincoln Ranch +-3,500 acres (high-fenced)
Southeast: Rosas Ranch +- 650 acres (low-fenced)
South and Southwest: Herzog +-1,500 acres (low-fenced)
West: Seidel +-2,000 acres (low-fenced)
THESE ACREAGE ARE ESTIMATIONS ONLY!! SOME NEIGHBORS MAY HAVE CHANGED OWNERSHIP OR DIVIDED WITHOUT NOTICE!!

WATER: 2 deep water wells with one producing in excess of 50 gpm. The higher producing well supplements a 3 acre stock tank with good Bass Fishing. One pond in the Northeast
corner,and another pond close to the Bass Tank. The well water must be filtered to become potable.

MINERALS: Owners own no minerals to convey, and there is no production located on the property.
PRICE: $1,695/Acre $4,542,600 – no owner financing available

Note: Acreage can be decreased to 1,500 to 1,700 acres. Division lines with these acreages can easily be marked by broker at showing, and surveyed while under contract.

Disclaimer: Please note that the details within this document are for information purposes only and may contain errors or omissions. Buyer or Buyers Broker is responsible for obtaining further details which may affect the property. Listing Broker is not responsible for damage to property or problems that may arise due to natural causes, illegal traffic, or any unknown source of problems.

Bandera 26 Ranch

Posted on: March 3rd, 2020 by Mike Carrasco

Description:
If youre looking for a manageable size place close to San Antonio with views, then look no further. This 26 acre property is located 37 miles Northwest of Downtown San Antonio in Bandera County. The property has over 200 feet of elevation change! With great views and excellent elevation change, this property is sure to impress with its beauty.

Location:
This property is located approximately 37 miles Northwest of Downtown San Antonio in Bandera County. Access is gained from CR 174 in Bexar County with the road name changing to Mountain Creek Road once crossed into Bandera County. The property is very close to the Bandera, Medina, Bexar County line area.

Wildlife:
Wildlife common to this property and area are White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, and Feral Hogs. Some parts of Bandera County have exotic deer as well, providing for year-round hunting possibilities.

Habitat:
The habitat of this property is consistent with that common to the Texas Hill Country. The biggest feature of the property is the excellent elevation change. Moving from the eastern side of the property to the western side of the property, there is over 200 feet of elevation change. Vegetation is made up of mostly Cedar and Live Oak Trees.

Mike and Cody’s Texas Ranches is an affiliation of Essex Properties.
All information pertaining to the current ranch is from trusted sources.
All Buyers need to verify all information pertaining to land, soils, taxes, minerals, etc. upon purchasing. Buyers should seek legal advise whenever is necessary. When buying real estate the buyers agent must be identified upon first contact, and present for initial showing to participate in the commission. If this condition is not met the participation fee will be distributed at the sole discretion of Essex Properties.

Uvalde Hunting Ranch

Posted on: February 29th, 2020 by Mike Carrasco

Description:
This 10.00+-acre property is located on a dead end road and is very secluded. Located in Central Uvalde County, this hunting property is provides the a combination of South Texas brush with Hill Country terrain.
This property is located approximately 13 miles North of Uvalde and 1 hour and 45 minutes to Downtown San Antonio. The vegetation in this area consist of Mesquite, Cedar, Live Oak, and some Blackbrush. Additional acreage and owner financing is available!

Location:
This property is located approximately 13 miles North of Uvalde, at the end of Deer Valley Ranch Road. The location is in a very secluded part of Uvalde County.

Wildlife:
Wildlife common to this property and area are White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, and Feral Hogs. Some parts of Uvalde County can have exotic deer as well, providing for year-round hunting possibilities.

Habitat:
The habitat in this area is a combination of South Texas brush and Hill Country terrain. Most of the vegetation consist of Mesquite, Cedar, Live Oak, and some Blackbrush.

Mike and Cody’s Texas Ranches is an affiliation of Essex Properties.
All information pertaining to the current ranch is from trusted sources.
All Buyers need to verify all information pertaining to land, soils, taxes, minerals, etc. upon purchasing. Buyers should seek legal advise whenever is necessary. When buying real estate the buyers agent must be identified upon first contact, and present for initial showing to participate in the commission. If this condition is not met the participation fee will be distributed at the sole discretion of Essex Properties.

Atascosa County 26 Acres

Posted on: February 7th, 2020 by Mike Carrasco

Description:
This 26.1+- acre Atascosa County property is unrestricted and located just South of Jourdanton with paved frontage on Highway 140. The property is located just West of the Highway 16 and FM 140 intersection. This location provides easy commuting to numerous surrounding towns and areas as well as convenient access to San Antonio. The property is fully fenced and there is one stock pond located towards the middle of the property. There is also a 1680 square feet home that could be rehabbed. Come see this one today!

Location:
This property is located 12 miles south of Jourdanton in Atascosa County. The property fronts on paved Fm 140 making access very convenient. Downtown San Antonio to the property is only 50 miles away.

Improvements:
There is a 1680 square feet home with all improvements in place. This home is 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom with numerous other room options. The layout and options for the home are numerous.

Wildlife:
Wildlife common to this ranch and area are White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, and Feral Hogs. Dove hunting and quail hunting can often be good in this area.

Water:
Water is supplied by Mccoy Water Supply and there are believed to be 2 water meter taps for property. There is also 1 stock pond located towards the middle of the property.

Habitat:
The habitat in this area is consistent with common South Texas brush. Most of the brush found on this property is Mesquite and Huisache.

Minerals:
Minerals negotiable.

Asking Price: $175,000

Mike and Cody’s Texas Ranches is an affiliation of Essex Properties.
All information pertaining to the current ranch is from trusted sources.
All Buyers need to verify all information pertaining to land, soils, taxes, minerals, etc. upon purchasing. Buyers should seek legal advise whenever is necessary. When buying real estate the buyers agent must be identified upon first contact, and present for initial showing to participate in the commission. If this condition is not met the participation fee will be distributed at the sole discretion of Essex Properties.

Goliad 245 Acres

Posted on: February 5th, 2020 by Mike Carrasco

Asking Price: $1,029,000

Description:
This 245+- acre Goliad County ranch is a hunter and cattlemans paradise. The habitat consists of heavy to moderate brush along with approximately 1/2 mile of frontage on Cabeza Creek. The ranch has easy, paved road access and is approximately 13 miles northwest of Goliad. Its not every day a ranch with this caliber of habitat and in an area so rich in Texas history comes on the market. Come see this one today!

Location:
This ranch is located in Goliad County, approximately 13 miles northwest of Goliad, just off of Highway 239. From Victoria this ranch is a mere 42 minutes and from San Antonio the ranch is right at 1 hour and 30 minutes. From Corpus Christi the ranch is also approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes and from Houston the ranch is 2 hours and 40 minutes as well.

Improvements:
The property is almost completely unimproved except for a water well and electric located along the northeastern side of the ranch. Electric runs directly through the entire property and also along the county road providing a wide range of options for future improvement sites.

Wildlife:
The native game in the area consist of White-Tailed Deer, Javelina, and Feral Hogs. Other varmints in the area include coyotes, bobcats, badgers and foxes. Deer hunting in this area can be excellent at times due to its habitat diversity.

Water:
The ranch is watered by 1 water well and almost 1/2 mile of Cabeza Creek frontage. The creek is said to hold water and flow very well during certain wet times of the year. The creek has very good depth and numerous deep pockets.

Habitat:
The habitat on this ranch is ideal for growing trophy native White-Tailed Deer and Bobwhite Quail. Some areas of this ranch contain extremely heavy brush mixed with some areas of moderate brush and open areas giving you excellent diversity for wildlife. The Cabeza Creek offers a completely different habitat for game as well as a natural watering area. Most of the brush is predominantly made up of Huisache, Mesquite, Blackbrush, as well as Hackberry Tyrees in the bottoms.

Terrain:
The terrain and elevation is one of the highlights of the ranch. The ranch has a gentle roll down from the western side along the county road back towards Cabeza Creek. The topography of this ranch is excellent for this area. The soils range with the elevation from hard grey loam along the western to fine sandy soils along the creek bottom.

Call Mike and Cody today to schedule your showing!

Mike and Cody’s Texas Ranches is an affiliation of Essex Properties.
All information pertaining to the current ranch is from trusted sources.
All Buyers need to verify all information pertaining to land, soils, taxes, minerals, etc. upon purchasing. All property lines are approximate and subject to a new survey and new title commitment. Buyers should seek legal advise whenever is necessary.

Goliad 249 Acres

Posted on: February 4th, 2020 by Mike Carrasco

Asking Price: $1,025,000

Description:
This 249+- acre Goliad County ranch is exactly the type of ranch youve been hunting for. This ranch is completely unimproved but has the habitat to create an excellent combination hunting and livestock ranch. The ranch is located less than 15 minutes from Goliad and features paved county road access just off of Highway 239. Paved access and convenient to San Antonio, Corpus Christi and Victoria. With the diverse mix of brush and fertile Cabeza Creek bottom land this ranch has unlimited potential to be a very productive ranch.

Location:
This ranch is located in Goliad County, approximately 14 miles northwest of Goliad. The ranch is located off of Ed Pettus Lane, which is accessed off of Highway 239. Large neighbors, paved road frontage, and very little traffic in this area make this a secluded ranch in a prime location. The distance from the ranch to Victoria is approximately 42 minutes. From the ranch to both San Antonio and Corpus Christi the distance is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Improvements:
The ranch is unimproved and provides a clean slate for the new owner. Electricity is available along the county road.

Wildlife:
The wildlife in the area consist of White-Tailed Deer, Javelina, and Feral Hogs. This area is really known for its White-Tailed Deer hunting due to its excellent range and creek bottom habitat.

Water:
1 Stock pond supplies water for livestock and wildlife. One of the excellent features for he ranch, Cabeza Creek, is located along the eastern border and contains very deep water holes in some spots. During wet times this creek can hold water very well.

Habitat:
The habitat on this ranch is ideal for growing trophy native White-Tailed Deer and Bobwhite Quail along with having good livestock production. Some areas of this ranch contain extremely heavy brush while some areas are more moderate brush ideal for grazing. Cabeza Creek on the eastern border provides a completely different type of brush and terrain. Most of the brush is predominantly made up of Huisache, Mesquite, and Blackbrush throughout the ranch.

Terrain:
The terrain and elevation is one of the highlights of the ranch. The ranch has a gentle roll down from the western side along the county road back towards the creek. The topography of this ranch is excellent for this area. The soils range with the elevation from hard grey loam along the western to fine sandy soils along the creek bottom.

Call Mike and Cody today to schedule your showing!

Mike and Cody’s Texas Ranches is an affiliation of Essex Properties.
All information pertaining to the current ranch is from trusted sources.
All Buyers need to verify all information pertaining to land, soils, taxes, minerals, etc. upon purchasing. All property lines are approximate and subject to a new survey and new title commitment. Buyers should seek legal advise whenever is necessary.