Now available, the 890 +/- acre South Brady Creek Ranch. Located on the edge of West McCulloch and Eastern Concho Co, South Brady Creek Ranch is loaded with beautiful Oak trees, wildlife, and has over 7800 ft of both sides of South Brady Creek. The ranch is an outstanding opportunity to own a Central Texas ranch that has free range axis deer, whitetail, waterfowl, turkey, and upland game bird hunting. Unlike many Hill Country properties, it also provides the opportunity to combine recreation and would be a good cattle ranch also, with improved (B Dahl) fields mixed in with good native pasture. . The ranch is loaded with Live Oaks, and also includes Pecan and Mesquite, providing great wildlife cover and is an exceptional blend between areas with tree cover/topography and bottom land with great soils. It is not uncommon to see free-range axis and whitetail both while driving around. There is a roll to the topography which provides long views in areas. South Brady Creek also provides opportunities for additional water features.
Wildlife: Free range Axis deer, Whitetail, Waterfowl, Turkey, Dove, Quail flourish at South Brady Creek Ranch. The ranch is located only a couple miles from where the infamous Brady Buck was killed.
Terrain: The terrain is an exceptional mix of extensive tree cover provided mostly by oaks, with some pecan and mesquite as well. Topography also has a nice roll with long views in places.
Water: The property is highlighted by both sides of South Brady Creek, traversing through the ranch for about 1.5 mlles.
Agriculture: The ranch has a couple of productive improved fields and quality native habitat that enable higher carrying capacity than most hill country properties.
Access: The ranch has around 12,000 feet of county road frontage It is located a little over 2 hours from Austin and a little over 2 hours from San Antonio. Approximately 2 hr 45 from Midland and 2 hr 45 min from Ft Worth. Brady Municipal Airport (4600+ ft runway) is located about 15 min from the ranch.
Minerals: The ranch currently has no production, some minerals are owned and are negotiable.