305 +/- acres Duval County Ranch

Duval County

305 Acres


South Texas

Property Description:

305+/- acres located in Duval County, TX. This ranch has been in the same family for roughly 70 years. Comprised of mostly native grass land along with about 23 +/- acres of brush, this property is ideal for grazing livestock as well as hunting dove, quail, white tail deer, hogs, and other typical South Texas wildlife. The property is fully equipped with three homes surrounded by large scenic oak trees, three water wells, and electricity. The perimeter fences are in great shape and the ranch is cross fenced into multiple pastures. The property also has county road frontage on four sides! Includes a pond on the property providing water for wildlife and livestock as well as an older set of cattle pens. Please call for more details!


1,650+/- Sqft. Two story main home.
800+/- Secondary living quarters
A 3 bed, 2 bath mobile home that has been recently renovated and includes a new roof.
An older concrete slab from a previous home.
2 small sheds, and 1 large shed, and an old dairy barn.


3 water wells


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