Take a look at this one. The ranch consist of just over 289 acres located west of Robert Lee, just below the dam at Lake Spence on the south bank of the Colorado River. The prolperty is fenced and crossed fence and has several surface ponds. This place will make a great stock farm or recreational property for hunting and fishing. Come take a look.
There are two access points to the ranch. There entrance off of FM 229 just west of Robert Lee and an entrance off of Hwy 158 southwest of Robert Lee.
The property has several cross fences that make up different pastures for rotational grazing. The pasture has some areas of good coastal grass on the north half. The south end of the property has native brush that consist of mesquite, cedar, and native grass cover. The property is well suited for combination of grazing livestock and recreational use with hunting and fishing.
The terrain is level to sloping on the north side toward the river, the south end has some hills and evaluation changes. There are some good views from the higher elevation points on the property.
The property has four water wells, two are equipped with pumps the remaining two wells are not equipped and haven't been used in awhile. There are several surface ponds on the ranch, and the larger ones have catfish bass and perch. The Colorado River makes up the north boundary of the property, and Mess Box creeks intersects with the river at that location.
The property does have a residence that has not been occupied for the last few years. The house is in bad repair and will be sold "AS IS".
Other improvements consist of a 30x40 metal shop with 14' overhang of each side. There are horse facilities, roping arena, and working corrals on the ranch.
The ranch has good recreational appeals from the hunting of native wildlife as well as fishing the ponds on the property. Lake spence is only minutes away from the property.