Hwy 80/I-10, Luling, Texas
Offered by: Wally Welch, 830-708-4585 Property ID: 3812834
LOCATION!!! San Marcus River frontage! Hunting...whitetail deer, turkey and dove! Location that is only an hour from Austin or San Antonio and only 2 hours to Houston! Highway frontage! Irrigation well!
This 417 acre ranch is located at the corner of I-10 and Hwy 80 in Luling, Texas, Exit 628 pm IH 10. It has prime highway frontage. At this time there is not an access road but it is in the expansion plans. This ranch has about a 1/2 mile of frontage on the beautiful San Marcos River with depths being 12-20 feet! The property is Ag-exempt for cattle and hay production with 80 acres currently being produced. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced with barbwire fencing. The soils are deep sandy loam. Grasses include native, Sudan hay grazer and a new 60 acres of sprigged Tipton 85.
The improvements include a 2000SF manufactured home with front porch and covered back porch, very nicely maintained with new carpet and lovely durable vinyl flooring that has the look of hardwood. This home features 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. A detached double car garage also offers plenty of storage area. There is a nearby 40' x 60' equipment barn with a 15' overhang and a 15' x 30' portable office building and a set of cattle pens.
Utilities include electricity with the City of Luling and satellite dish for TV and Internet.
Water is via a privately owned water well with all water rights owned in the Carrizo Sand. A new 8" irrigation well has been drilled and water is standing 5' below the surface! Amazing water on this ranch.
Excellent hunting with a managed whitetail deer population, wild turkey, feral hogs and dove.
The terrain is level to gently rolling, offering scenic views of the surrounding countryside and the pecan bottoms are now deep in lush grasses and beautiful tree cover, mostly Pecan and hardwoods.
Easements on the ranch include two electrical, a 150' LCRA and a 30' City of Luling. City water, electric and sewer are available on Hwy 80 frontage.
There is an old cemetery within the ranch boundary consisting of approximately 32 graves. It contains one acre of land.
The owners do own 100% of the minerals and though not wishing to convey their mineral rights they will consider selling a small portion of them to a buyer.