Atascosa 25

Atascosa 25

Posted on: December 28th, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

Asking Price: $150,000

Description:
This unrestricted 24.8+- acre Atascosa County property has an ideal balance of brush to pastureland. Property is located in Jourdanton ISD and Benton City Water is located at the road as well as electricity. This would make an ideal home place in the country. Enjoy the benefits of no restrictions and the ability to raise livestock and and build as you please. Come see it today!

Location:
This property is located approximately 9.5 miles West of Jourdanton in Atascosa County The property is situated on Mendiola Lane, just a quarter mile off of FM 2146 and very close to the FM 2146 and Highway 173 intersection. The property is located approximately 45 minutes to Downtown San Antonio.

Wildlife:
Wildlife common to this area are White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, and Feral Hogs. Lots of deer signs were observed in mid-December.

Habitat:
The habitat on this property features approximately 13 acres of brush consisting of mostly Mesquite, Tasajillo, and Granjeno. The remaining 12 acres is mostly open pastureland with some small regrowth. The front of the property has extremely thick native brush creating a natural barrier for privacy.

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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.

Bigfoot 10.11 acres

Posted on: December 19th, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

Asking Price: $87,500

This 10+- acre Frio County property has easy access and fronts on FM 462. This location provides easy commuting to numerous surrounding towns and areas as well as easy access to San Antonio. The property has very heavy brush mixed in with some light regrowth Mesquite. There is also a cluster of Live Oak Trees towards the middle of the property. If your looking for a property with easy access to Frio and the surrounding counties, this is it!
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Location:
This property is located approximately 4.5 miles East of Moore in northeastern Frio County. The property fronts on paved FM 462 which connects to IH-35, making access very easy and convenient. From Devine the property is less than 10 minutes and from Downtown San Antonio the property is approximately 40 minutes away. The location of this property provides easy commuting to numerous surrounding towns and areas.

Wildlife:
Wildlife common to this area are White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, and Feral Hogs. The dove and quail hunting can also be very good at times in this area.

Habitat:
The habitat in this area ranges from light regrowth in some areas to heavy brush. There is also a small pond that could be built up to hold water very well. Most of the brush found around the area is typical South Texas brush and include Mesquite, Granjeno, Blackbrush, and Mesquite. There is a small cluster of Live Oak Trees towards the middle of the property.

Improvements:
There is an electric meter loop located in the camp area and also electric along FM 462. The travel trailer may be negotiable!

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.

Zavala 14 Acres

Posted on: December 13th, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

Ranch Descriptions

Asking Price: $48,500.00

Description: If youre looking for a remote place to escape to, this is it. This 14-acre property is completely unrestricted. The property is in very close proximity to the Nueces River, allowing year round recreation and fishing. The Nueces River area is also known for holding an abundance of game and native animals.

Location: This property is located 10 minutes northeast of Crystal City in Zavala County, a county known for its great deer hunting. Going from downtown San Antonio the ranch is 1 hour and 45 minutes and is accessed off paved FM 1025, about 3 miles east of the Highway 83 intersection.

Improvements: The property is unimproved with electricity at the front of the property.

Electricity: Electricity is located at the front of the property as well as at the very back of the property. Having access on both sides of the property gives you the ability to build a house in multiple locations.

Habitat: The property habitat has medium to heavy growth Mesquite brush throughout most of the ranch. The grasses are made up of Buffel Grass, Coastal Bermuda, and also some Gramas. A good main road follows through from the front of the property to the back. Soils should be ideal for putting in a stock tank for agricultural and wildlife use.

Wildlife: The wildlife in the area include White-Tailed Deer, turkey, hogs and varmints. This area also can have some very good bird hunting for quail and dove because of the many irrigated fields that surround the area.

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 advice 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.

Webb 1650

Posted on: December 7th, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

Asking Price: $3,318,950

Description:
Water, trophy whitetails, and seclusion is exactly what you will find on this 1619+- acre Webb County ranch! This ranch is one of the most well watered ranches on the market in South Texas with approximately 11 stock tanks and numerous other seasonal areas. The ranch also features perimeter high-fencing with introduced genetics and 2 DMP pens. Camp area features electricity, water well, and tons of storage areas. Miles of senderos throughout the ranch and impressive hilltop views provide excellent visibility across the ranch. This ranch has all of the components needed to grow trophy whitetails. Sellers are motivated on this rare offering and almost every single thing conveys!

Location:
This ranch is located in Webb County, approximately 21 miles northwest of Freer. The ranch is located on Pintas Adami Road, which is accessed off of Highway 44 between Freer and Encinal. Large neighbors and little to no traffic in this area make this a very secluded hunting ranch. The distance from the ranch to Laredo is about 1 hour and 25 minutes and the distance from the ranch to both San Antonio is about 2 hours and 20 minutes. This area is known for its excellent hunting that brings people in from all over the country. Though this ranch is secluded, cell phone service is still very good at the main camp area and around most of the ranch.

Improvements:
The ranch features full perimeter high-fencing. Almost all of the ranch fence lines are completely accessible by truck or ATV. Two 2.5 acre DMP pens were also constructed with feeders as well. Improved genetics have also been introduced to the ranch to help increase the native deer herd. Miles and miles of long range senderos give excellent visibility to the outdoorsman. There is a large 3 side enclosed barn with an attached shed and 2 storage containers at the camp area. Recent tank work has been completed on numerous stock tanks for increased durability and better rainwater runoff collection. There are approximately 11 stock tanks and numerous other seasonal areas throughout the ranch. One water well is located close to the camp area. Approximately 9 Ranch King tower blinds, all corn feeders, and all protein feeders will convey with the sale making this a turnkey ranch.

Wildlife:
The wildlife in the area consist of White-Tailed Deer, Javelina, and Feral Hogs. For the bird hunting enthusiast, the dove and quail hunting cannot be overlooked. Blue Quail and Bobwhite Quail are both found in this area and can make for excellent hunting at times. This ranch has been protein fed for the last 7+years with very select harvesting. Webb County has consistently been producing Boone and Crocket record book deer for many years. Over the last 40+ years South Texas has become very well known around the country for its excellent deer hunting and Webb County is one of the main reasons for that.

Water:
The ranch is extremely well watered, especially for this area of South Texas. There are approximately 11 stock tanks scattered around the ranch along with numerous other seasonal areas. Underground water can be very rare in this area but this ranch has its own water well close to the camp area.

Electricity:
Electricity has been ran from Pintas-Adami road approximately 1.5 miles into the ranch to the camp area. With the electricity already being brought in this far, the options are endless for the new owner.

Habitat:
Growing trophy whitetails cannot be done without exceptional natural habitat and this ranch has that. Habitat on this ranch is made up with everything from Mesquite Tree flats to rocky hillsides that grow Guajilla and Blackbrush extremely thick. Almost all of the brush on this ranch is consistent of high-protein South Texas brush needed for exceptional antler growth. This ranch has not been grazed in approximately 10 years and it shows with the quality of grasses and brush.

Terrain:
The terrain on this ranch is rolling with moderate changes in elevation including some exceptional hilltops with views. Some parts of the ranch are level with soils consisting of mostly clay and grey dirt. Other parts of the ranch contain caliche and rocky hilltops. The varying soils across the ranch provide a variety of brush species.

Minerals:
Surface sale only.

Asking Price: $3,318,950 $2,050/Acre

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.

Bee County 160 With Minerals Available

Posted on: December 3rd, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

This 160 acre Bee County ranch would make a great combination ranch! This ranch features paved county road frontage, 3 ponds, and excellent elevation change. This ranch is conveniently located between Kenedy, Three Rivers, and Beeville, all 30 minutes or less away. The possibilities for this ranch are endless, come see all this ranch has to offer!

Location:
This ranch is located in northwestern Bee County, approximately 24 minutes from Kenedy and 24 minutes to Three Rivers. The ranch is also easily accessible from San Antonio and Corpus Christi, both being approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes away. Beeville, the county seat is 30 minutes to the southeast and features many restaurants and amenities, as well as an airport.

Wildlife:
The wildlife in the area consist of White-Tailed Deer, Javelina, and Feral Hogs, as well as Bobwhite Quail. This ranch has some excellent brush ideal for growing trophy deer.

Water:
The ranch features 3 ponds. 2 ponds are located on the west central side and 1 pond is located on the south central side of the ranch. Numerous locations would make excellent tank building sites due to the changes in elevation and the grey clay soils that help retain water so well.

Electricity:
Electricity is available on the West side along the county road and along the south central portion of the ranch.

Habitat:
The habitat on this ranch is ideal for hunting and livestock use. Some areas of this ranch contain extremely heavy brush and some areas contain motte-like brush areas. This allows the future owner to utilize the ranch for hunting, livestock, or both. Most of the brush is predominantly made up of Huisache, Blackbrush, and Mesquite.

Terrain:
The ranch has excellent elevation change consistent with this part of Bee and immediate surrounding counties. There is approximately 45-50 feet of elevation change across the ranch.

Minerals:
Some minerals are negotiable. There is production on the ranch but the well site is accessed from an adjoining ranch and is situated in the far northeast corner. There is no through traffic on the ranch.

Asking Price: $552,000

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.

Atascosa 55

Posted on: November 22nd, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

Asking Price: $258,500
$4,700/acre

Description:
This 55+- acre Atascosa County property has been in the same family since the late 1800s. This ranch is easily accessible via FM 2146 and is part of the North pasture of the original 211 acre ranch. Wildlife flourishes in the area with great habitat and exceptional red sandy loam soils. The property has previously been used as a cattle operation and for dove hunting. This ranch is located just West of Jourdanton and less than an hour to Downtown San Antonio, making surrounding towns easily accessible. Additional acreage is available!

Location:
This ranch is located in Atascosa County just off of FM 2146. The ranch conveniently sits 10 miles west of Jourdanton, 7 miles northeast of Charlotte and 40 miles from Downtown San Antonio. The Pleasanton Municipal Airport and many conveniences and amenities are less than 15 minutes away.

Wildlife:
The wildlife in the area consist of White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Bobwhite Quail, Javelina, and Feral Hogs. Dove hunting in this area can be exceptional due to the cultivated fields on and around the property. Upon walking this ranch numerous deer were seen as well as many dove.

Electricity:
Electricity is available along FM 2146 and is believed to be located on the North and South neighboring properties.

Water:
Water is available at the front of the property through Benton City Water on FM 2146. There is an older stock tank towards the front of the property that could be reworked for livestock use.

Habitat:
The habitat is open pastureland in the back with extremely heavy brush in the front. Most of the brush in the front consists of Mesquite, Hackberry, and heavy underbrush.

Terrain:
The terrain has a slight roll to it with minimal elevation change. The soils consist of red sandy loam soils with certain areas of heavy black clay. Very little rock is found in this area, some of the areas with rock commonly have Indian artifacts.

Minerals:
Surface Sale only

Flood Plain:
None of the ranch is believed to be in the flood plain.

*Additional acreage is available*

Call Mike and Cody today to help you find the perfect Texas 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. All property lines are approximate and subject to a new survey and new title commitment. 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 36 Acres

Posted on: November 12th, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

Ranch Descriptions

Asking Price: $169,200
$4,700/acre

Description:
Here is your opportunity to own a very manageable size property in a great area. This 36+- acre Atascosa County property has been in the same family since the late 1800s. This is part of the North pasture of the original 211 acre ranch and additional acreage is available. Wildlife flourishes in the area with great habitat and exceptional red sandy loam soils. The property has previously been used as a cattle operation and for dove hunting. This ranch is located just West of Jourdanton and less than an hour to Downtown San Antonio, making surrounding towns easily accessible. Additional acreage is available and there is also 75 acres across the county road available to purchase as well. This ranch is unimproved, providing a clean slate for the new buyer.

Location:
This ranch is located in Atascosa County on the north side of County Road 300 beginning less than a half mile from FM 2146. The ranch conveniently sits 10 miles west of Jourdanton, 7 miles northeast of Charlotte and 40 miles from Downtown San Antonio. The Pleasanton Municipal Airport and many conveniences and amenities are less than 15 minutes away.

Wildlife:
The wildlife in the area consist of White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Bobwhite Quail, Javelina, and Feral Hogs. Dove hunting in this area can be exceptional due to the cultivated fields on and around the property. Upon walking this ranch numerous deer were seen as well as many dove.

Electricity:
The electricity runs down the entire southern boundary along County Road 300 but is not currently on the ranch.

Habitat:
The habitat is mostly heavy brush consisting of bull Mesquite Trees, Mexican Persimmon, Granjeno and a few scattered Live Oak Trees. One portion of the pasture is also in Mesquite Tree regrowth that appears to still be controllable.

Terrain:
The terrain has a slight roll to it with minimal elevation change. The soils consist of red sandy loam soils with certain areas of heavy black clay. Very little rock is found in this area, some of the areas with rock commonly have Indian artifacts.

Minerals:
Surface Sale only

Flood Plain:
None of the ranch is believed to be in the flood plain.

*Additional acreage is available*

Call Mike and Cody today to help you find the perfect Texas 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. All property lines are approximate and subject to a new survey and new title commitment. 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 45 Acres

Posted on: November 12th, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

Ranch Descriptions
Asking Price: $211,500

$4,700/acre

Description:
If you're in the market for a combination livestock and hunting ranch, look no further! This 45+- acre Atascosa County property has been in the same family since the late 1800s. This is part of the North pasture of the original 211 acre ranch and additional acreage is available. Wildlife flourishes in the area with great habitat and exceptional red sandy loam soils. The property has previously been used as a cattle operation and for dove hunting. This ranch is located just West of Jourdanton and less than an hour to Downtown San Antonio, making surrounding towns easily accessible. Additional acreage is available and an additional 75 acres is also available across the road. This ranch is unimproved, providing a clean slate for the new buyer.

Location:
This ranch is located in Atascosa County on the north side of County Road 300 beginning less than a half mile from FM 2146. The ranch conveniently sits 10 miles west of Jourdanton, 7 miles northeast of Charlotte and 40 miles from Downtown San Antonio. The Pleasanton Municipal Airport and many conveniences and amenities are less than 15 minutes away.

Wildlife:
The wildlife in the area consist of White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Bobwhite Quail, Javelina, and Feral Hogs. Dove hunting in this area can be exceptional due to the cultivated fields on and around the property. Upon walking this ranch numerous deer were seen as well as many dove.

Electricity:
Electricity is available along County Road 300.

Habitat:
The habitat is open pastureland in the back with extremely heavy brush in the front. Most of the brush in the front consists of Mesquite, Granjeno, and a few scattered Live Oak Trees.

Terrain:
The terrain has a slight roll to it with minimal elevation change. The soils consist of red sandy loam soils with certain areas of heavy black clay. Very little rock is found in this area, some of the areas with rock commonly have Indian artifacts.

Minerals:
Surface Sale Only

Flood Plain:
None of the ranch is believed to be in the flood plain.

*Additional acreage is available*

Call Mike and Cody today to help you find the perfect Texas 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. All property lines are approximate and subject to a new survey and new title commitment. 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 46 Acres

Posted on: November 10th, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

Ranch Descriptions

Asking Price: $278,046

Description:
This 46+- acre property is located in Atascosa County, just North of Poteet. This property has a unique combination of open fields mixed in with young Mesquite Trees and mature Live Oak Trees. As you pull up the driveway off of Coble Road you will come to the old homestead which has 2 older homes and numerous outbuildings. Around the homestead area are towering Live Oak Trees. This area would make an excellent setting to build a new home! Come see this place before its gone!

Location:
This property is located off of Coble Road just North of Poteet in north central Atascosa County. From Downtown San Antonio the property is 37 miles and from Loop 1604 the property is 17 miles. Poteet, Pleasanton and Jourdanton are also conveniently accessible from the property and offer many amenities. The layout of the property provides great seclusion.

Improvements:
The ranch improvements are minimal. The 2 older homes could possibly be renovated. There are also 2 water wells located at the homestead area but the condition is unknown. Most of the perimeter fencing is in fair to good shape and the property is currently ag exempt.

Wildlife:
The wildlife in the area consist of White-Tailed Deer, Javelina, and Feral Hogs. With the open fields scattered across the property and the surrounding area the bird hunting should be good. Upon walking the property lots of deer and hog signs were found.

Water:
There are currently 2 water wells located by the homestead area but the condition of them is unknown. Water levels in this area can sometimes be very shallow allowing for easy water well drilling.

Electricity:
Electricity is available at the old homestead area and along Coble Road.

Habitat:
The habitat on the ranch ranges from open fields with thick grasses to some areas of Mesquite regrowth to mature Live Oak Trees by the homestead. Some parts in the front and back of the property have very dense brush ideal for wildlife and some areas of the property have been opened up to allow for more livestock production. The habitat on the property overall is ideal for having both wildlife and livestock.

Minerals:
Minerals are negotiable.

Asking Price: $278,046

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.

75 Acre Charlotte Ranch

Posted on: November 10th, 2018 by Mike Carrasco

Asking Price: $315,000
$4,200/acre

Description:
This 75+- acre Atascosa County ranch has been in the same family since the late 1800s and is set up ideally for both hunting and livestock. This is the south pasture of the original 211 acre ranch where the homestead was located. Wildlife on the ranch flourishes with great habitat and exceptional red sandy loam soils. Approximately 28 acres of this ranch are in cultivation and used for livestock. This ranch is located just west of Jourdanton and less than an hour to Downtown San Antonio, making commuting to San Antonio still possible. The ranch is mostly unimproved and includes 1 water well and electricity to the old homestead from the county road. The size and layout of this ranch gives you many options on how you can improve it.

Location:
This ranch is located in Atascosa County on the south side of County Road 300 beginning less than a half mile from FM 2146. The ranch conveniently sits 10 miles west of Jourdanton, 7 miles northeast of Charlotte and 40 miles from Downtown San Antonio. The Pleasanton Municipal Airport and numerous hotels and restaurants are less than 15 miles away.

Improvements:
Improvements include 1 water well and electricity that has been brought onto the northern end of the ranch. Electricity also runs along the entire northern boundary making electric access very easy. The water well is located by the old homestead on the northern end of the ranch. The water well is currently in good working condition.

Wildlife:
The wildlife in the area consist of White-Tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Bobwhite Quail, Javelina, and Feral Hogs. Dove hunting in this area can be exceptional do to the cultivated fields in and around the property. Upon walking this ranch numerous deer were seen as well as many dove. Mike and Cody have personally seen really good bucks and huge boar hogs on this ranch in the past.

Water:
Water is supplied by the water well by the old homestead. The depth of the well is unknown, but it is in good working condition. There are also 2 old stock tanks in the southeast corner but are currently dry and not holding water. These tanks could be reworked and would become very beneficial to the ranch livestock and wildlife.

Electricity:
Electricity runs onto the ranch to supply power for the water well. There is also electricity running down the entire northern boundary of the ranch along County Road 300.

Habitat:
The habitat is common of good typical south Texas brush. The north end of the ranch has been opened up and smaller regrowth has been removed in some areas leaving only big bull Mesquite Trees. The middle of the property is in cultivation and boasts excellent growing soils. The south end of the ranch is very heavy brush. The brush on the south end includes Blackbrush, Granjeno, Mexican Persimmon and Brasil, ideal brush for deer. With roughly one-third of the ranch in cultivation and the remainder in good brush, this would make a great combination ranch.

Terrain:
The terrain is mostly flat with a slight roll and some elevation change. Soils consist of red sandy loam soils with some heavy black clays in certain areas. Very little rock is found in this area, but the areas that do contain rock commonly have Indian artifacts.

Minerals:
Surface sale only

Flood Plain:
None of the ranch is believed to be in the flood plain.

Call Mike and Cody today to help you find the perfect Texas 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. All property lines are approximate and subject to a new survey and new title commitment. 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.