1,188.18 +/- acres, Rocking B Ranch, Kinney County

Kinney County

1188.18 Acres


South Texas

Property Description:

The 1,188 +/- acre Rocking B Ranch in Kinney County is located roughly 20 miles West of Uvalde, and 11+/- miles East of Brackettville along Highway 90. The ranch terrain is mostly rolling hills with native brush with multiple scenic draws/wet weather creeks that traverse the ranch that are lined with Scattered oaks trees. The rolling terrain provides Scenic views of the surrounding countryside. Water is piped from two water wells to various points throughout the ranch which is fenced into 4 pastures.


There is a hunting cabin as well as a mobile home on the property that are both covered by steel awning and surrounded by chain link fencing. There is a nice set of pipe working pens as well near the homesite. There is a roughly 40’x50’ metal enclosed barn with concrete floor great for equipment storage etc. There is also a roughly 30’x40’ metal pole barn that is enclosed on 3 sides, as well as a recently constructed barn frame of the same size that hasn’t yet been roofed.


2 Working waters wells piped throughout the ranch with a third windmill well in need of repair.


Medina electric


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