Longneck Ranch is an incredible high fenced South Texas hunting and cattle ranch with big pastures, abundant water, gentle hills and views for miles. This highly improved ranch spans approximately 2,100± acres and is steeped in both history and legend. The ranch is located about 20 miles northwest of Uvalde with easy access on County Road 407, just 2± miles off Highway 334. The headquarters area consists of a remodeled 3,100± square-foot lodge that boasts incredible views with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a spacious game room and family room, along with an open and modernized kitchen. A beautiful back porch is shaded by mature Live Oak trees and offers numerous sitting areas to relax and take in the views. Nearby, there is also a 1,250± square-foot apartment with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large office, laundry room, large family room and kitchen, along with a covered back porch and fenced backyard area. Additional improvements include a large horse barn with six open rail stalls, electrical and water, an equipment barn with a storage container and water, and a shooting range with a covered roof. An impressive caliche road system connects the disparate sections of the ranch, giving full access to all parts of the property. The gently rolling terrain, with large oaks and mesquites, fortified grasslands, wide open fields, and nourishing South Texas brush varieties, are ideal for livestock and wildlife alike. This expansive ranch is a deer and exotic hunter’s paradise. The property is home to several trophy wildlife species and has been releasing world-class Whitetail and exotics for a number of years. There are over 35 deer pens of various sizes along with a deer and exotics handling facility. Hunting amenities also include large corn and protein feeders, numerous hunting blinds, an overhead feed storage bin, feed buggy, and a walk-in game cooler. Seven water wells and four ponds supply water to the ranch’s improvements and wildlife. There is one solar well and six electric wells; two of which were recently drilled and have been cased and capped for future use. One of the electric wells would be able to tap into the Trinity-Edwards formation with the addition of a bigger pump. In addition, there are two water troughs that supply water from the neighbor’s wells under a water sharing agreement. All of the water rights are owned on the ranch. Longneck Ranch has no shortage of legends attached to its name. An abundance of scattered prehistoric arrow points and several Indian Mounds that have never been disturbed, give credibility to the claims. The ‘Legend of the Cave’ holds that there is a grave of an Indian Chief suspended on a burial rack of a cave on the property. He was rumored to have been found 30 years ago by an old surveyor who was walking the ranch. He discovered the cave, climbed in and saw the Indian on the burial rack, and departed the site without disturbing the grave. That surveyor swore to the discovery but died soon afterwards, perhaps because he entered the grave site. Both the history and mystery will convey with the sale of this unique ranch. Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales, LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.