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DescriptionIf you are looking for a combined high fence and low fence hunting ranch, this property will meet your expectations. Approximately 1080 acres are high fences and approximately 1843 acres are low fenced. There are beautiful rolling hills with some large draws to limestone rim rock hills with outstanding views. The vegetation across the ranch provide a multitude of trees, brushes, and game habitat. There is a diversity of natural produced wildlife on the 1843 acre ranch such as whitetail and mule deer, quail, turkey, cats, and other. Vegetation that is found on both ranches include mesquite, kidney wood, walnut, catclaw, persimmon, mescats, juniper, lechuguilla, black brush, alterita, cenizo, guajilla, sotol, rosin, quayacan, ochotilla, and others. The high protein found in many of these plants allow for good antler growth. Grasses include black grama, sideoats, grams, hairy grams, bluesten, green spantletop, sand dropseed, and fall witchgrass. There is a good road system on most of the ranch. Good sized ranches border this ranch. There is no oil or gas production on this property and there are no minerals available.
The new approximately 1500 sq foot lodge type house is of modern rustic design and style located on the 1080 acre section. The house is a totally electric, furnished three bedroom, two bath home with open living/dining and kitchen area with breakfast bar and island. Kitchen appliances will stay as well as a stackable washer/dryer. Inside and outside walls are insulated and windows are double-paned. There is a wall unit A/C, 5 ceiling fans, and a propane unit for quick heat in the hallway. The large fireplace has electric blowers which heat the entire house. The living area ceiling is corrugated rustic tin. The floor covering is ceramic tile and stained concrete. There is a covered front porch, a 16 X 11 foot garage, and a 2500 gal. water storage tank. There is satellite TV and the house has hook-ups for generator power. There are 3 feeders and 3 deerstands on the 1200 acre section. The 1843 acre section has a concrete slab 24 X 12 where a house once stood water, electricity, good low fences, good water, feeders and deer stands.
Approximately 115 miles west of Del Rio, Texas off Highway 90. it is off five Mile Hill Road east of Sanderson and about 10 miles south and east of Highway 90. The municipal airport is about 10 miles east of Five Mile Hill Road.