In the heart of west Texas and big deer country, these 906± acres stand out in Stonewall County. It is a remote area of central west Texas that is a vastly diverse county and, in many cases, untamed in every sense. There are many tracts of land in the county that are desolate and rugged in beauty, but unmanageable land. It is a common issue for land in the area to be littered with oil and gas production or abandoned remnants of such. These issues make it a difficult task to find a property that is accessible, with minimal oil and gas activity, navigable elevation changes, good system of roads, new fencing, and improvements in place for hunting and recreational opportunities. The Teta Sola Ranch consists of manageable topography bordered by larger ranching neighbors and minimal hunting pressure. Selective grubbing program over the last two years has cleaned up roughly 300 acres of cedar off the ranch and restored native grasses that will pay dividends in the years ahead for grazing, groundwater, and wildlife. The recent drought has been taken advantage of by de-silting the tanks to provide more water retainment for future years to come. A 40-foot wide fire break was cut with a dozer around the entire perimeter of the ranch to mitigate wildfire risks. Roughly 100 acres of cultivated ground for food plots and grazing with tillable soil. Multiple vantage points created by rocky breaks in the soil indicative of the region provide multiple high points throughout the ranch. Teta Sola has one major hill that is a landmark in the middle of the ranch. It serves as a beacon of reference and is a unique feature to the ranch. With an above-average population of whitetail deer and Rio Grande turkey, the ranch provides exceptional hunting opportunities. This property fits the avid hunter with the desire to have accessible and productive ground for cattle in combination with the recreational aspects. Teta Sola has a list of some of the most desired qualities combined on one ranch in Stonewall County.
Just the Facts
- 3 bedroom, 2 bath Clayton manufactured home
- 906± deeded acres to be surveyed
- Solid concrete block gun/safe room
- Covered equipment parking
- One water well
- Walk-in cooler
- 100-yard shooting range and covered shooting table and dirt backstop
- 12 custom-built turkey roosts
- Deer blinds and feeders negotiable with an acceptable offer
- 2.5 miles of highway frontage on US 380
- 6 stock tanks
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