The Underwood Ranch is located approximately 5 miles north of Robert Lee with access provided by a county maintained caliche road.
The Underwood Ranch is a well located property with good proximity to San Angelo, Abilene, Midland and Odessa.
The ranch is located in a valley offering nice views of the hills to the north and offers a nice set of improvements and excellent hunting.
This property is primarily rolling cedar and mesquite country with various drainages and washes that feed in to Mess Box Creek. Mess Box Creek, a wet weather creek, traverses the property from north to the south.
There are three small hills that offer good views of the entire ranch. One of these high-points is where the improvements are located.
The ranch is considered to be well watered for this area.
There are four water wells on the property, two of which are currently used. Both of these wells are equipped with windmills.
The well that services the house reportedly pumps approximately 25 gallons per minute and the other approximately 10 gallons per minute.
Additionally, there are three dirt tanks on the ranch.
The Underwood Ranch is improved with a Santa Fe style, stucco house that is centrally located on a small hill in the central portion of the ranch. The house has covered porches on the front and back offering nice views of the surrounding hills. The house has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and was built in 2005.
Additionally, there is an adjacent guesthouse and a 40' x 60' barn that was built in 2008.
This property offers excellent deer, turkey, quail and hog hunting.
Additionally, there have been numerous indian artifacts found on the property.
The Seller will convey a portion of the minerals.
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