725.58 +/- acres, Dimmit County

Dimmit County

725 Acres


FM 1557, Asherton, Texas 78827
South Texas
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This scenic, unimproved, high-fenced ranch is located just outside Asherton, Texas. This ranch is about a 2-hour drive southwest of San Antonio, 1-hour drive south of Uvalde, and about a 10-minute drive south of Carrizo Springs. Accessed by an approximately 2-mile all-weather road easement off of paved FM 1557, this ranch provides great privacy and would be a great place for weekend hunting, a cattle operation, or a permanent residence. There is one active water well piped to the tank providing constant water level and electrical power on both the north and south sides of the property. There is a great mix of dense South Texas brush along with scattered oaks along the wet weather creeks that traverse the property providing excellent habitat for an abundance of native South Texas wildlife, including whitetail deer, quail, hogs, turkey, and dove. Whether you are looking for your next game ranch, weekend hunting ranch, cattle operation ranch, or a place to build a permanent residence, this ranch is worth taking a look at.


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