Historic ranch located on FM 719, next to Kenedy ISD high school in Karnes County. Ranch was once the main headquarters for the Butler family, early settlers of Karnes County. This 88.22-acre ranch is reasonably priced for the agricultural and commercial investor. The property is still a working ranch, primarily with goats and horses. There is a great population of Whitetail deer, turkey, and hogs along the back, brushy side of the property. The ranch is primarily improved with native grasses, but also has thick brush. An added benefit is the commercial potential of the property as a large tract for an oilfield contractor in the Eagle Ford Shale oil play.
Water: city of Kenedy.
Electric: Karnes Electric Cooperative
Improvements: Main House - 2,854 SF, 2 Car Attached Garage, 3 BR, 3.5 Bath - Home built around 1964 +/- Casita - 960 SF, 2 BR, 1 Bath, Concrete Block Construction - Built around 1964 Barn - 1,500 SF, Metal Construction, Concrete/dirt mix floor Barn - 1,000 SF Implement Shed - 30' x 80' Mobile Home - 1,120 SF - 3 BR, 2 BA, Yr Blt - 2011 Cavco model RV Travel Trailer
Soils: Generally Sandy Loam soils. A soils map is available.
Surface Water: No water tanks on property.
Terrain: Light rolling terrain with elevations ranging from 275 to 300 msl
Equipment: The ranch has various vehicles and equipment as part of the property which is included with the sale price. There is also a John Deer Tractor with a shredder attachment which is
Other: Butler Family Cemetery The Butler family has the right to bury family members in this cemetery. They also, from time to time, come and visit the graves. This right is given to them by Texas law, and cannot be modified or terminated.
Minerals: The owner does not own any of the minerals. If you desire the minerals, they can be purchased in a separate transaction for $15,000 per acre.
From San Antonio travel south via US 181 to Kenedy about 60 miles. Take FM 719 east toward Kenedy schools (elementary, Jr High, and High School) Property is just past schools on left.