$1,328,000 ($1,385 per acre)
This ranch ranges in topography from gently sloping hillside to steeper sloping high hills with headers and draws. Elevations range from 2100 feet to 2371 feet. Vegetation includes live oak, shin oak and moderate to heavy cedar. This habitat is excellent for both deer and turkey. Outside fences are good to excellent with the frontage along the county road on the east unfenced. A buyer will be required to fence that boundary which is approximately one mile. There are no cross fences. The property has one water well that is reported to have minimal capacity. The well is serviced by electricity and equipped with a submersible pump. Additional water has been furnished to a former grazing lessee by the Christoval Water District. The transfer of this water tap to a new owner of the Ranch would be probable. There appear to be two pipeline easements traversing the ranch. One is buried and the other is an above ground, metal pipeline that is probably abandoned. Two electric transmission lines traverse the property. Although past oil and gas exploration is evident, no production exists at this time. The ranch is unimproved.
Seller will convey one fourth (1/4) of the minerals and royalty they own and one half (1/2) of the executive leasing rights they own.
This ranch is virtually a diamond in the rough with excellent recreational and aesthetic appeal. It has a good cover of oak and high topography with distant views. The property is 20 minutes from San Angelo and adjacent to the popular and attractive town of Christoval which features good schools and the South Concho River.
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.