Treadwell Ranch

Pecos County, Texas

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Location:  

Approximately 40 miles east of Ft. Stockton, Texas south of IH-10 and west of FM 2886.


Land Size:  

1,000 acres, more or less


Land Type

 All of the acreage is native rangeland composed of gravelly loam and clay loam soils. The property is composed of limestone ridges of the northeastern aspect of Sherbino Mesa and broad a sloping valley between fingers of the mesa.


Improvements:  

Large steel frame structure finished as a hunting lodge featuring a “great room”, kitchen, bar, 6 bedrooms and 2 baths. Large porch attached along the east side of the lodge. Storage buildings with covered game dressing area.  Majority of the furniture will pass with the sale as will all of the feeders and hunting blinds. 

   
Mineral Rights:   

No mineral rights are owned due to prior reservations. The is no active oil and natural gas production on the property. 50% of the wind rights and executive leasing rights will pass with the sale. At the present time, there is not a wind rights lease and no wind development on the property. 


Price:   

$1,000.00 per acre, or $1,000,000.00


Physical Features:  

The ranch is entirely composed of native rangeland vegetation typical of the desert grassland type dominated by annual and perenniaal grasses, forbs and brush species. The vegetal makeup of the property is a mixture of Trans Pecos desert grassland and shrub communities, influenced by plants typically found in the western reaches of the Edwards Plateau. The shallow limestone ridges are dominated by a shrub-sotol-grama complex. The deeper soils found along the draws and in the fans of the ridges are dominated by a mesquite-juniper-threeawn-grama plant association with a majority of the area covered in one or more woody plant species.


Wildlife:   

The major indigenous wildlife game species present are Desert Mountain Mule Deer, White-tailed deer, ranging Native American Elk and javelina.  Bird species are blue quail, dove, roadrunner, and numerous song birds.  The blue quail and dove are the major game birds. Based on the location, topography and vegetation, the wildlife habitat is considered “good.”


Comments:   

The property reflects a good recreational property affording easy access from a paved public road over a good quality all-weather earthen roadway and relative seclusion.
 



Information contained herein was provided by persons knowledgeable of the property and is deemed to be correct and accurate; however, no warranties are expressed or implied by the Broker. This offering is subject to prior sale, price change, change in terms and conditions and/or removal from the market without notice.

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