This 240 acre ranch is located 13 miles northeast of Rocksprings and 3 miles east of Highway 377 on CR 140 in Edwards County. This unique ranch has county road frontage along the north and east boundary. The topography is typical Edwards Plateau country with broad level areas, scenic low hills and wide valley terrain between hills. The land has a good cover of live oak trees, scattered cedar, agarita, persimmon, mountain laurel and other shrubs native to the area, and this make for great wildlife habitat. There is one water well equipped with submersible pump located near the headquarters.
There are numerous game trails covering the ranch. Blackbuck antelope, axis deer, fallow deer, wild hogs, whitetail and turkey are the prominent wildlife on the property. There are game feeders that provide feed year round for the game. The 240 acres is part of the original 5,000 acre Hal Bradford game ranch. Mr. Bradford fed his game year round long before wildlife feeding became popular. The ranch was one of the first ranches to be stocked with blackbuck antelope and other exotic game animals. The Roberts Ranch joins the original Bradford headquarters along the west boundary.
This land is being offered for sale at $1,895 per acre. Contact the agent for more info.