$5,096,455 ($1,495 per acre)
Concho County, TX
Approximately 45 miles east of San Angelo and 7 miles northeast of Millersview at the end of a county road.
Mustang Ranch is generally a gently rolling country with high, rocky bluffs along Mustang Creek. Brush cover ranges from relatively open, low brush country to moderate and heavy mesquite. The ranch is well watered by year-around Mustang Creek, a seasonal, spring-fed creek, a water well with storage and pipeline, two good dirt tanks, and a Millersview-Doole rural water tap. The dam on Mustang Creek was built around 1945 and creates a large, permanent hole of water that has never been completely dry.
Seller will convey 50% of the minerals.
The main residence is attractively set on a bluff surrounded by pecan trees and overlooking a large hole of water on Mustang Creek. Other improvements at headquarters include a guest house, garage/carport w/ apartment, hunter’s processing shed, older barns, and a good set of pipe corrals.
Quail hunting is exceptional. Deer and turkey are abundant.
Mustang Ranch has been in the same family and owner-operated since the turn of the last century. Seller says it’s time to retire. This is an opportunity to own a very private, end-of-the-road ranch that has not been leased out or traded around.
This property is offered by Chip Cole & Associates, Ranch Brokers to qualified buyers by appointment only. Cooperative brokerage is invited. The property is subject to prior sale, change in price or terms, errors and/or omissions, or removal from the market without notice. The information contained herein, while obtained from sources deemed reliable, is not warranted (express or implied) by Broker or Seller.