669.5 +/- Toro Creek Ranch, Bee County, TX

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669.5 Acres


Mineral, Texas
South Texas

Property Description:

The Toro Creek Ranch is a rare find in the heart of Bee County. This 669 +/- acre ranch has a diverse mix of typical south Texas brush, improved and native grazing pasture, and the Toro Creek bottom land lined with gorgeous century oaks making it ideal for both the hunter, cattle rancher, as well as a blank canvas for making the property your own. Toro Creek was reportedly used to baptize members of the nearby Baptist Church in Mineral, Tx many years ago on this ranch. County roads border the property on three sides totaling roughly two and half miles of frontage lending itself to future development. The ranch also boasts over 120’ of elevation change creating views for miles. Wildlife includes dove, quail, whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, and other native South Texas species. There is an additional adjacent 200+/- acres with the original home site that is also available for purchase at the time of this posting.


There is an older barn on the property.


There are two ponds on the property. There are two Water wells located on the property one of which is in need of repair


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