First Class Hunting Ranch for sale in Kinney County

Kinney County

642 Acres


Brackettville, Texas 78832
South Texas
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Property Description:

- 642 acres, all high fenced with cement caps to keep water from entering posts
- Excellent deer herd genetics, owner shot a 240” WT buck last season
- Year round feed program for deer with corn, protein and cottonseed
- 9 elevated blinds (all top quality), 6 protein and cottonseed feeders
- Very nice double wide main house with huge welded porch attached, pila-swimming pool lined with limestone
- large seperate Cantina with porches, side bar and BBQ area attached
- 1 extra large shop/barn - steel and metal panel
- 1 large shop (steel and metal panel) with separate enclosed sleeping quarters
- hanging/skinning deer processing barn with box car storage and walk in cooler
- sleeps 27 total at full capacity
- 25 min NE of Brackettville, TX, +/- 2.25 hrs from San Antonio
- Excellent location with Paced Hwy (RR) frontage
- 3 water wells (2 in pasture, 1 at house) with concrete/fiberglass water storage
- WT deer, Turkey, Dove and Quail
- Topo: Confluence area of South Texas Brushland, West Tx Desert and Hill Country: Few mesquites and Cedars, excellent Guajillo brush density, scrub oaks, agarita, persimmon, Cenizo, yucca, good grass density and native brush
- Logically planned out road system


Surface only sale


Electricity at house, and electric line at back of property as well


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