The LoCascio North Ranch is the northern portion of a larger family ranch recently partitioned and is ideal for hunting, recreation or running cattle.
This 1,750.41 acre ranch is located in northeast Scurry County approximately 15 miles from Snyder, approximately 1.5 hours to Lubbock, approximately 1.25 hours from Abilene and less than 2 hours to Midland. Surrounded by large ranch neighbors, the ranch is secluded with access by 2.5 miles of an insurable easement along an all-weather caliche road. The west side of the ranch is high fenced, and the near square configuration of the property is conducive to economical game fencing.
Elevation of the ranch ranges from around 2,150 feet in the creek bottom to 2,350 feet on the higher ground, on the northwest part of the ranch. Higher ground and canyon breaks provide dramatic views. Rough Creek travels through the northeast portion of the ranch for approximately ¾ of a mile and then runs parallel to the east boundary of the ranch. The canyons above Rough Creek, as well as several other draws, offer unique topography and habitat for mule deer and turkey, while the strong grass and mesquite flats provide prime whitetail and quail habitat. Approximately two-thirds of the ranch is made up of class 2 and class 3 soils.
The LoCascio North Ranch has not been grazed or hunted for several years and is consequently teeming with grass and wildlife. There is no current mineral activity on the property. The sellers believe they own 25% of the mineral estate and are willing to negotiate conveyance of all or part with an acceptable offer.
Just the Facts
• 1,750.41 acres, more or less
• Surveyed in 2016.
• Access by insurable easement with all-weather road
• Rough Creek frontage
• Nearly square configuration
• No current mineral activity
• Seller’s owned minerals negotiable
• Quail, turkey, whitetail, mule deer and hogs