Hunter's Paradise

Edwards County

  • 316.31 Acres

    $ 699,000

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The Hunter’s Paradise offers 316 acres of some of the best wild game variety around. White tail, Axis, Sika, Fallow, Mouflon, Black buck, Aoudad, Corsican Sheep, Rio-Grande Turkey, and Dove flourish throughout the 10,000 acre game management area. 2,100 Sq. Ft.  Barn-dominium features 3 bed rooms, loft, full kitchen, large living area, storage for ATV’s, and back porch with views for miles. A turnkey ranch with the best hunting around. 

Location: Located in Edwards County, Texas. From Rocksprings- Approximately 25 miles SW of Rocksprings off of 377 South, inside of Mail-Trail Valley Ranch.

Description: The 316 wild-life exempt acres offer a variety of terrain, from 2200’ ft. bluffs to 2000’ ft. valleys. Fertile soils are covered with large oaks, mesquite, native grasses, and hill-country brush. Road system in place provides great access to entire ranch. Blinds and feeders are strategically placed throughout ranch, along with water troughs to provide ample opportunity to hunt native and exotic game.

Improvements:  The 2100 Sq. Ft. Barn-dominium was constructed in 2015 offers 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, a loft for extra sleeping area, gun storage room, full kitchen and living room. The large living area, satellite TV, central A/C and heat, septic system, and washer and dryer hook-ups make this ranch move in ready.  The back porch offers picturesque sunsets with views for miles. The barn has abundant storage area for equipment and ATV’s, as well as a cleaning area for your trophy game. Electricity is provided through Rio Grande Electric Co-op and ample water flows from shared well into water storage tanks on property.  This ranch also features a separate build site with septic and electricity already in place.

Wildlife:  A hunter’s paradise featuring some of the most diverse game around. This 316 acre ranch offers ample opportunity to harvest Whitetail deer, Axis, Black Buck, Fallow, Sika, Aoudad, Mouflon, Corsican Sheep, Turkey, Dove, and Hogs! Once part of an 80,000 acre Edwards County Ranch, this area is renowned for its fair-chase hunting.

Taxes: Taxes were $261 for 2016 with wildlife exemption. 

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