Won’t Last Long!! The Sabinal River Ranch features over 800′ of the Sabinal River with two of the best permanent deep water holes on this part of the river that to my knowledge have never gone dry. The ranch also has almost 1/2 mile of frontage on Ranch Road 187 providing potential for recreation, agriculture, or development. There is city water to the house, and also one water well. The city water line is a shared line with the neighbor. Water usage agreement will need to be signed with the neighbor for the city water.
The ranch is located just 1.3 miles South of Sabinal on Ranch Road 187, and accessed from County Road 317. 60 miles West of San Antonio
The majority of the ranch is open pasture with numerous beautiful Oak trees providing perfect homesites. Part of the pasture is native grass, and the remainder is fence for a dryland hay field and or oat/wheat field. Approximately 12 acres of the property is native brush that leads down to the river. The topography of the land is gently sloping and there is one drainage to the Southwest corner that feeds a large wet weather stock tank.
Improvements: The property is perimeter fenced and cross fenced, and has a set of cattle pens. There is a 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house on the property with several outbuildings and shed. The house is believed to be built in the early 1900’s. The house is in need of repair, but is currently livable.
Seller to retain 100% of mineral and water rights.
Asking price: $1,250,000.