Location: Ranch is located at 3.4 miles down Dorace Goodman Road that is accessed of Hwy 16 about 17 miles north of Zapata or 32 miles south of Hebbronville.
Terrain: The ranch is gently rolling with several draws and drainages. It has been stripped and opened and the brush has been properly managed for quality deer hunting also allowing for cattle grazing. The soil is typical Zapata sandy loam with a great variety brush.
Water: There are two really nice stock tanks on the that hold water extremely well, and did not go dry (according to the owner) during the recent drought. The largest tank encompasses approximately 4 acres and the second one is 2 plus when full. There is also city water on the ranch located at the camp site.
Improvements: Located at the camp site on the ranch are two large pole type sheds, and an older mobile home along with the city water and electricity from Medina Electric. The ranch is fenced on three sides and two of which are high fenced.
Hunting: This is area is well known for producing large trophy deer and for great quail hunting and the brush and soil located on the ranch are of high quality. The ranch is currently leased for hunting but the lease can be terminated upon sale of the ranch.
Minerals: None to convey
Comments: This is a great opportunity to own a quality ranch in area well know for producing large trophy deer and great quail hunting. It could easily be high fenced and with two sides already fenced over half the cost has been paid already. There are also great advantages to the campsite with city water and sheds for protection of living quarters from the hot Texas sun and the fact that the campsite is not located where it can disturb any hunting activities on subject property. The access is down an all weather road and is relatively secluded with easy access down Hwy 16.