1,992 Acre Hunting Ranch – Val Verde County
$ 1,300,000 FM 163, Comstock, Texas
- Acres: 1,992
- Nearest City: Del Rio
- Listing Agent: Garrett Ruple, Broker/Owner
- Price Per Acre: 653
- County: Val Verde
- Region: West Texas
- Status: New Listing
Gently rolling terrain, diverse vegetation, and miles of undisturbed wildlife habitat form the perfect backdrop for the spectacular vistas seen from this large West Texas ranch. Whether you are looking for a ranch to operate a serious hunting operation, acattle raiser’s paradise, or just a place to escape the bustle of the city, this ranch has what you need.At just under 2,000 acres, the ranch provides abundant cover and forage for native wildlife and grazing for cattle. No hunting leases are currently in place, but getting one up and running would be easy with the equipment that conveys, including 13 corporate blinds, 20 feeders (both corn and protein), a 24-ton protein silo, and seven water pilas.Headquarters comes complete with two mobile homes and a septic system. The ranch has three water wells to keep the homes, wildlife, and any livestock you choose to run constantly stocked with fresh water.This area is known for its large whitetail deer and breathtaking views. Seeing the sun set over the distantmesas is a rich experience, and all the potential is there to turn this ranch into one you and your family can enjoy for generations.
Minerals – None Owned.
Water – 3 Water Wells.
Location / DirectionsFrom Del Rio head NW on Hwy 90. Turn North on FM 163. Ranch is on Right side.
Garrett Ruple, Broker/Owner
GARRETT RUPLE, BROKER/OWNER
Ruple Properties, L.L.C.
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