The Live Oak Draw Ranch is conveniently located approximately 20 miles from San Angelo and approximately 1.5 miles south of Farm to Market Road 2335. The ranch is approximately 3 miles south of the community of Knickerbocker and 5 miles west of Christoval. The property is access by a caliche easement road.
This area of Tom Green County is highly sought after due to it proximity to San Angelo and it rolling to hilly terrain with scattered live oaks. This ranch offers both as well as excellent hunting.
Elevations range from approximately 2,300 feet above sea level to approximately 2,200 feet above sea level offering excellent views.
The ranch is all native pasture and brush species consist of scattered live oak, cedar, mesquite, agarita, hackberry, lotebush, sacahuista and other native brush species.
Native grasses consist of side oats grama and other grasses in the higher elevations and tabosa and buffalo grass among others in the lower elevations.
There is a draw that traverses the property from the southwest corner to the northeast corner that is lined with live oak trees and several rocky outcroppings.
Water is provided one water well that is equipped with a submersible pump that is powered by solar.
There are no structural improvements on the property other than a set livestock pens. The property is high-fenced on the north and west boundaries. The property is fenced into one pasture and three traps.
This ranch offers solid hunting and ranching opportunities within close proximity to San Angelo. San Angelo is a short 20 minute drive. Photography provided by Steven Short (sshortphoto.com).
Minerals are negotiable with an acceptable offer. There is no existing oil and gas production.
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