This 240 acre ranch is a traditional South Texas sandy soil ranch plush with mature mesquite, blackbrush, guajillo, and open low-lying grassy areas. The property is made up of approximately fifty percent thick brush ideal for wildlife retention, with the remainder of the property being exposed grassy sections with mesquite mottes scattered throughout. This property is ideal habitat for whitetail deer, wild hog, quail, dove, predators, and varmints. The ranch is bordered by extended family to the South, low exposure county roads to the West and North, and a well maintained hunting ranch to the East. An interior fence divides the property into an 80 acre section (West), and a 160 acre section (East). Except for several well-established roads throughout the ranch, the property remains in its regionally classic natural state.