10,146 Awesome Acres .....Bar U Ranch
Baldwin County, Tx..Situated approximately 6 miles South of Loma Alta, this Texas ranch retains the rugged charm while providing close access to town with all of its recreational opportunities. With 2.6 miles of Highway 277 frontage which provides easy access to and from the property.Owned by a Tx. Re Broker.
Multiple breathtaking views with both rugged and rolling landscape
that stretches out in all directions.
Skies are mostly clear with brilliant night skies.Sunrise and sunsets are colorful and majestic.
Year-round temperatures are mostly comfortable, winters are not severe and snow is a rare event. For those looking to escape the harsher winters of the North, Bar U Ranch is the perfect getaway.
The Bar U Ranch currently has a 2 bedroom, 1 bath frame home on the property. The home has a living area, small kitchen, dining room and metal roof. The home is in very good shape with new windows and paint. There is one bunk house with a shower and a garage along with a separate building that is used as a cook house for the hunters.
Wildlife Management: Wildlife in the area include, but are not limited to, whitetail deer, wild turkey, antelope and hogs. This property also has 21 spinner feeders, 21 protein feeders and 21 deer blinds.
Electricity is currently present along the entire front part of the ranch.
There are 9 water wells on the property with large concrete storage tanks...approximately 60' wide by 4' deep..Gravity water is led off from these storage tanks to the livestock and feeders. One well currently has a submersible pump.
There are 2 barns and one smaller cabin that can be used for the ranch hands and other workers.
Lake Amistad (Rough Canyon Marina 24.5 miles from Bar U Ranch) 67,000 acres of water along 540 miles of U.S. shoreline - this is Lake Amistad, one of the largest, clearest lakes in Texas! Lake Amistad is considered by many to be Del Rio's biggest draw, offering acres of blue glass on the Texas/Mexico border. The lake is part of Amistad Recreation Area, managed by the National Park Service. It is fed by the Pecos, Rio Grande, and Devil's River; limestone deposits and solid earth lend the water an extraordinary clarity and deep turquoise quality.
Amistad Recreation Area attracts people internationally not just for boating and house boating, but also camping, water-skiing and wakeboarding, nature hikes, and especially fishing. The lake holds several variations of bass, catfish, sunfish, and gar, not to mention various other fish species. Lake Amistad is known as one of the best bass lakes in the country; with warm weather nine months out of the year, Amistad can be fished when other lakes have little to offer. Many of the best examples of prehistoric Native American petro glyphs in North America are local, with a few, such as the Parida and Panther caves, accessible by boat.
Devils River State Natural Area and Dolan Springs Preserve (7.5 miles from Bar U Ranch, end of Dolan Creek Rd.)
Devils River State Natural Area: Consisting of almost 20,000 acres, the site posses good biological diversity and the scenic river corridor offers a rugged river experience. Archaeological evidence suggests that cultural influences from the west and the east met at Devils River. Access to the river is by hiking, biking, or park tour only. No vehicle access permitted. The park is a put-in point for canoes. Open by reservation only. Bring all necessary food, water, gas and other supplies. Admission fee.
Dolan Springs Preserve: The preserve is open to the public for scheduled field trips and volunteer workdays.
The Devils River flows through the preserve's canyons, which support stands of oaks and sycamore bounded by steep cliffs dotted with scrub juniper and mesquite. Rare and endangered species such as the Texas snowbell and Mexican white oak are found on the preserve.
Asking only $695. per Acre
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