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$2,515,000  •  839.91 acres
Prime South Texas grazing and recreational Ranch!
$4,242,000  •  707 acres
707 acres in Nueces County. This is an amazing opportunity to own a piece of South Texas History.
$975,000  •  390 acres
4-C Ranch is a South Texas brush country ranch! The ranch is covered in the best of the south Texas brush species. A nice/new double wide mobile home, electricity and water well. It is ready to hunt and enjoy.
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$853,050  •  363 acres
$907,500
This is an excellent small South Texas ranch, located on Tecolote Creek in northern Jim Wells County. The ranch is low fenced and is equipped with a cabin, water and electricity. The creek area has unusually large trees for the region.
Contact for Price  •  183 acres
The diversity, density, and nutritional value of South Texas brush is the essence of superior Texas hunting. Establishing an excellent hunting ranch in South Texas begins and ends with the brush that is essential to support native wildlife, especially Whitetail. High quality brush is precisely what the San Diego Creek Ranch for sale in Jim Wells County has to offer. Apart from the creeks and well-planned trails and senderos, the entirety of the 183 acres of this ranch is rich with dense and nourishing brush species that offer the cover and nourishment necessary for wildlife to flourish. San Diego Creek Ranch is conveniently located between Alice and San Diego with access from paved County Road 170 just two miles from the intersection of US Highway 281 and Texas Highway 44. This places the ranch under an hour from Corpus Christi and under two hours from San Antonio. The ranch has one-half mile of frontage on San Diego Creek and just under one-half mile of both sides of a wet-weather tributary of San Diego Creek. The property’s portion of San Diego Creek is near the end of its 45 mile run, just before it joins Chiltipin Creek in Alice. This stretch of the creek has a deep, fine sandy loam that waters diverse brush and grasses. The ranch is also served by an electric water well. In addition to the abundant and flourishing native brush species the ranch also features large oaks and bull mesquites. High fenced on one side and low fenced on the others, San Diego Creek Ranch is home to an abundance of native wildlife that seek the nourishment and cover of the native brush, including impressive South Texas Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkeys, wild hogs, dove and quail, as well as other varmint and game native to the area.