West Texas Hill Country Hunting Ranch
1064 Acres, Sutton County Texas • Owner financing available
This incredible hunting ranch is located in western portion of the beautiful Texas Hill Country in Sutton County, Texas, about 15 miles from Sonora, Texas.
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Land for sale is approximately 1064 prime hunting acres in Sutton County, near Sonora, Texas. The 1064 acres is comprised of two tracts that are being sold together. These tracts are part of the Hudspeth Draw Ranch and include the Sunrise Ranch tract consisting of 405.58 acres and the High Well Ranch tract consisting of 658.85 acres. The property offers incredible hunting with abundant game and numerous improvements including a campsite with 4 RV hookups, new wells, fencing, roads, 10 feeders and hunting blinds, and much more. The ranch is easy to get to and it’s only 15 minutes from Sonora, so it’s a quick trip to town if you need to restock on supplies. The property can be divided into the two tracts mentioned above — one 405 acre ranch and one 658 acre ranch. Please inquire for details.
Improvements: The owners have spent over $100,000 in improvements including adding electricity, water, septic, fencing (perimeter and cross-fencing), wells, blinds, feeders and cutting roads for access to remote parts of the ranch. At the main campsite on the High Well Ranch there are 4 RV hookups with electric, septic and water. There is currently an extensive cedar eradication program in progress on the High Well Ranch.
Sunrise Ranch: New solar powered well with 500 gallon capacity
Highwell Ranch: Windmill with large stone tank, three troughs and one electric well. With the abundance of water on these tracts the game never ventures too far away. The large windmill tank is a great swimming hole in the summer!
Electricity: Electricity is provided to the ranch by the Southwest Electric Cooperative. Electricity has been run to the High Well Ranch campsite.
Hunting Blinds & Feeders:
Sunrise Ranch: Five corn feeders and four 2-man tower blinds
High Well Ranch: Five corn feeders, one fiberglass blind, one steel blind and two wood, closed towers; plus other tree stands and tripods.
Vegetation: Live Oaks, Cedar, Mesquite and a variety of grasses are covering the ranch.
Topography: Rolling hilly terrain with 500’ elevation changes – providing a perfect hunting environment.
Hunting/Game: This ranch is a hunter’s paradise and game is abundant, including white tail deer, black buck antelope, axis deer, fallow deer (white, chocolate, spotted), hogs, bobcats, quail, tons of turkey and dove. Additionally, the owners have recently brought in over 50 exotic rams and Auodads including Corsican, Hawaiian, Mouflan, Dall, etc. They also let loose a few blackbuck antelope, stags, and axis deer. The fallow deer herd was already well established and the owners had previously seen blackbucks and axis deer on the property.
Directions to Ranch: From Sonora, Texas take Hwy 277 south for approximately 10 miles. Turn right on CR 405. Stay on CR 405 for 6.75 miles. The pavement will end at this point. The gate to the ranch will be on your right. There is a pump station located here you can use as a landmark to locate the ranch entrance. Once you enter the ranch it is a short drive down a good road to the campsite… it's a short 2.7 mile drive down a good ranch road to the High Well Ranch.
Minerals: None available
Price: $1,450 per acreOwner financing available on the 405 acre ranch. Call for details.
For More Information Contact:
Gordon Smith Real Estate Services
Email: Gene Fichte