$1,860,000 ($1,185 per Acre)
10.5 miles West of Robert Lee
10.5 miles West of Robert Lee (40 minutes north of San Angelo and 1 1/2 hours east of Midland).
This ranch is located about 2 miles off of State Hwy. 158 on a good county road most of which is paved. Topography ranges from deep creek bottom and mesquite flats to high, cedar covered hills. Approximately 140 acres are tillable fields. It is very well watered by a wet weather creek with seep springs, 2 good dirt tanks, six wells, and two taps on the Lake Spence to Midland water line. The ranch joins what was intended to be Lake Spence when the lake was built and a small part of the creekbed is subject to a flood easement. According to the owner, Pecan Creek was live year around for many years, and the lake, when full, would fill a portion of this creek bottom.
Seller will convey all he owns which he estimates to be a small percentage of non-participating royalty.
Improvements include a modest 2 bedroom house, barn, shed, and corrals.
Deer, turkey, bobwhite quail and dove.
This ranch is an easy travel from San Angelo, Midland, Big Spring or Abilene. The deer hunting is excellent as the hunting has been properly managed and the deer protein-fed in years past. If wet years return, Pecan Creek will probably flow all the way through the property and actual lake frontage is a possibility. The house is located at the northern edge of the ranch overlooking seasonal Pecan Creek and what was anticipated to be Lake Spence.
This ranch is offered exclusively by Chip Cole, Ranch Broker to qualified buyers by appointment only. Cooperative brokerage is invited. The ranch is subject to prior sale, change in price or terms, or removal from the market without notice. All information provided herein, while obtained from sources deemed reliable, is in no way guaranteed by Chip Cole Ranch Broker.
Chip Cole & Associates, Ranch Brokers has specialized in ranch sales and real estate consultation in Texas and New Mexico since 1981 and has closed some $228 Million in ranch sales covering approximately 944,000 acres.