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El Rancho Poco Agua is a 409.64 Acre Masterpiece with Live Water and is Truly One of a Kind.
Location: 13 Miles Southwest of Anson, TX. 32 miles Northwest of Abilene, TX. 144 Miles East of Midland, TX. 180 Miles West of Ft. Worth, TX.
Access: Paved Farm to Market Road and a 2,700 Foot Landing Strip for Smaller Aircraft.
Acreage: 265 acres of Native pasture with a heavy dose of Shin Oak, AKA "Shinery", known for its High Protein and its ability to produce Boone and Crocket Trophy Whitetail. 60 Acres Planted in Wheat. 10 Acres dedicated to Dove and Quail with strips planted in a select Bird mix between strips of trees for roosting. A 7 Acre tract and a 5 Acre tract are under poly lined irrigation pivots and planted in Coastal Bermuda grass. The remaining acreage is native pasture with Mesquites grubbed to allow for easier hunting access.
Improvements: 2,200 SF Barndominium with 3 large bedrooms upstairs, 2 full baths, Gourmet Kitchen, 1200 SF of open Space, Two 14ft. Roll Up Doors on each side, 1500 SF of Covered Outdoor Storage, can sleep 8 people comfortably. 1,400 SF Main Cabin 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, 500 SF of Storage, 30ft x 10ft Front Porch Along the Creek. Great Outdoor Pavillion Area with Fireplace and Cookout Area to Rival any Event Center.
Water: 11 Water Wells in all. The ranch is only using 9 wells total. 2 wells are dedicated to house and Barndominium and R/O Water Plant with 1,600 Gallon Storage that services the improvements. The other seven wells are all tied together and circulate through over a half mile of man made Creek and reservoir creating a live Creek with the turn of a valve. Two 1 Acre Lakes stocked with Trophy Bass and Catfish are tied into the water wells to maintain a constant level. More than a mile of underground pipe 6"-4"-2". Owner never turns the wells off, this is an extremely easy operation to maintain. All the wells are about 80 feet deep and produce between 10-20 GPM with 1 horse pumps. Max cost to run all the wells is $600 per month.
Roads: All Weather Roads, 2 Concrete water crossings and 4 Bridges give you all weather access to all the improvements.
Topograhy: Rolling Topography with the Front (West) side being at 1,780 Feet undulating to 1,840 feet on the East side
Fences: All Fences are in Good condition. The South Fence line is a High Game Fence shared with the neighbor, approximately 1.37 miles, with remaining fences consisting of 6 strand barbed wire.
Utilities: Electricity Lines are buried going to all the improvements and water wells.
Hunting: Deer Stands all have multiple Senderos Shooting lanes. This area is known for producing Trophy Boone and Crockett Whitetail as well as abundant Quail, Dove, Turkey, Duck, Hogs, and Varmints.
Contact Clay McCullar or more information: 325-665-4037
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