260 +/- acres, La Salle County

La Salle County

260 Acres


South Texas
La Salle
Nearest City:

Property Description:

260.0 acres of pristine brush country lying off the beaten path in South Texas. Positioned 115 miles south of San Antonio and 60 miles north of Laredo, this undisturbed property embodies the true and untamed character of deep South Texas. A thick native vegetation mixture of guajillo, blackbrush, mesquite, huisache, and prickly pear spread out across the red sandy clay loam soil creates an excellent wildlife habitat for white-tailed deer, feral pigs, javelina, bobwhite and blue quail, mourning and white-winged dove. This ranch hosts a well-established road system able to accommodate leisurely ranch cruises as well as the integration of a healthy feeder and blind network for hunting. This property yields amazing opportunities for anyone looking to establish new ranch roots in iconic South Texas acreage.


Entire property is fully fenced – partial perimeter five strand barbed wire, partial perimeter high fence


One (1) Laredo Aquifer well at 320’ deep +/-
One (1) inoperable Laredo Aquifer well at unknown depth


Ample electrical network throughout the property


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