Los Cortes Ranch, located in southern Wilson county, is a special opportunity to own a untarnished piece of land in South Texas. Big brush, mature trees, tall grasses, and water features give this ranch “pasture appeal”. Surrounded by both similar sized ranches and larger ranches, wildlife abounds on this property. Being only 1 hour & 10 minutes from the city of San Antonio, this ranch provides a recreational and agricultural paradise for both the hunter and rancher alike.
Location: The ranch is accessed off of CR 216 approximately 2.5 miles south west of Three Oaks, TX. Approximately 1 hour & 10 minutes from San Antonio, TX.
Wildlife: The ranch is home to native species found in the area including white-tailed deer, turkey, bobwhite quail, dove, and various predators.
Habitat: A tributary of Los Cortes Creek traverses the property from northeast to southwest providing year round wildlife watering holes, thick brush, and mature trees of many species. The tree species include live oak, pecan, hackberry, and bull mesquite. The ranch offers a great mixture of open pasture, creek bottom, and upland brush.
Water: The tributary of Los Cortes Creek feeds two ponds ranging from approximately .5 acre to .3 acre in size, both of which have never been seen completely dry by the current owners.
Electricity: 3-Phase electric lines are found on the northern border of the ranch.
Minerals: Surface only. Sellers do not own any minerals.