The Gobbler Hill Ranch is located approximately 17 miles north of San Angelo with frontage on U.S. Highway 277.
The Gobbler Hill Ranch is a well located hunting and recreational ranch with a functional set of improvements and a variety of game animals.
Terrain on the ranch varies from gently rolling to level country with more rugged country around Gobbler Hill. Gobbler Hill, with an elevation of approximately 1,990 feet above sea level, offers views of the entire ranch as well as the rugged hills located to the west.
The ranch is all native pasture and provides diverse terrain varying from mesquite flats to rolling live oak country to rugged cedar country.
Brush cover on the ranch consists of mesquite, cedar, lote bush, agarita, white brush, prickly pear, live oaks among other native brush species.
Mule Creek and Gobbler Creek, both wet weather creeks, traverse a portion of the property.
The ranch is watered by one water well.
There are five additional water wells that are not operational.
Additionally, the ranch is watered by 4 earthen tanks.
The ranch has a functional set of improvements that make a good hunting camp or family retreat.
The main house, totaling approximately 2,000 square feet, is built on stilts and includes an adjacent concrete patio that is set among large live oaks. Adjacent to the house are two guesthouses. One contains a living quarters and the other is used for storage.
The original ranch headquarters is small rock house that was remodeled.
The Seller owns a small portion of the mineral estate which will convey to the Buyer.
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