Batesville, Texas | Zavala County
The LTX Ranch is 1,000 +/- acres located northeast of Batesville, Texas in an area that is conveniently located only an hour and fifteen minutes from downtown San Antonio. The ranch has approximately 4,300 feet of road frontage off of RM 187. This South Texas area is highly desirable and is known for its great deer hunting. The ranch is high fenced with a nice road system throughout the ranch and a great mix of wildlife and thick, diverse brush.
Whitetail deer, wild hogs, dove, quail, turkey, and other typical native species can be found on the LTX Ranch.
The terrain is gently sloping with the highest point being in the middle of the property. Yologo-Hindes soil is the most common soil found on this ranch and is great for wildlife and/or grazing.
The LTX Ranch features a nice 2,280 square foot five-bedroom, three-bathroom Barndominium that was built in 2007 with a spacious, open feel and high, vaulted ceilings. The Barndominium's exterior is metal but has a wooden lodge or log-cabin type feel for the interior. There is a nice outdoor fire pit with built-in seating for entertaining and a concrete slab that is currently used as a basketball court, but could potentially be the foundation for an additional storage shed.
The ranch also has a 120 square foot walk-in cooler that would be perfect for keeping your trophy cool even in the hot months. There is a 480 square foot open porch that provides nice shade attached to a separate metal barn that is great for storage or would provide its new owner a nice shop or workspace.
All hunting blinds, game feeders, troughs, corrals, and gates will convey with the sale. The tripod blinds will not convey.
There is a small pond located at the back of the property that gets filled by an electric well.
There is one electric water well that shoots water to the house, pond, and troughs.
Owner does not own any of the minerals.