Medio Creek Ranch
Beeville TX, Bee County
Medio Creek Ranch is a one-of-a-kind South Texas Ranch. This 1,678+/- acre property is a wild and stunningly beautiful multi-purpose ranch. Careful consideration has been put into every inch of this property to enhance the wildlife habitat, while still maintaining a productive agricultural operation. The ranch features first-class improvements, ample ground water with an irrigation well plus numerous other wells that distribute water to the lakes and ponds. In addition, several creeks traverse the ranch and century-old oak groves line the road system throughout the property. The ranch is very secluded with large heritage ranches on each side.
Medio Creek Ranch is located in an area of Texas that is renowned for wildlife. With numerous creeks and drainages that traverse the ranch, wild game thrives with plenty of water and vegetation year round. The ranch is known to produce excellent whitetail deer, along with great quail, dove and migratory waterfowl hunting opportunities. The ranch has a great road system in place that accesses each area of the property as well as six blinds and eight feeders that will convey with the sale. Low fencing and large heritage ranches on each side of this property make it perfect for managing game.
The terrain of the ranch is relatively flat with a gentle slope that runs from east to west. Throughout the acreage, you’ll find beautiful mature oak trees along with typical South Texas vegetation. The ranch consists of about 65% brush and 35% of improved pasture. The current owner has selectively cleared portions of the ranch to operate a productive agricultural operation that does not compromise the exceptional wildlife aspect of the ranch.
Medio Creek Ranch’s top-quality improvements include a 3,382 sq. ft. three bedroom three and a half bath main house and a recently completed 1,180 sq.ft two bedroom two bath guest house. The homes surround a dazzling heated pool that overlooks a beautiful tank. The attention to detail and unique features make these residences truly unique. Outbuildings include two 60’ x 80’ barns – one of which is fully enclosed with an adjoining tack room and break room and another that is open, making it ideal for hay storage. The property’s great fence system includes cross and perimeter fencing, with portions that are King Ranch net-wire fencing. Well-constructed roads run throughout the ranch with seven water wells, including one irrigation well.
The Medio Creek Ranch is a well-watered ranch that has great surface and subsurface waters. There are six lakes and ponds scattered across the property that are all fed by both drainage's and wells. The biggest lake on the property measures at approximately three acres in size, but because of the well capacity that feeds the lake, it could be made much larger. Additionally, seven water wells are located throughout the property. The irrigation well was drilled in 2013 to a depth of 862 +/- ft. with a 12-in. casing that has the ability to pump 800 gallons per minute. The other wells vary from 100 +/- to 250 +/- ft. deep and are powered by either electricity, solar panels or windmills. Each well has a 2 to 3-inch line feeding tanks in the area. In addition Medio Creek borders the ranch for 2.5 miles on the south end of the property and Neddy Creek traverses through the ranch towards the north end of the property. These historic creeks are wet weather but typically have pools of water in different areas.
Minerals are negotiable.
Broker does not make any representations, warranties or covenants of any kind or character, whether expressed or implied, with respect to the quality or condition of the property, the suitability of the property for any and all activities and uses which Purchaser may conduct thereon, compliance by the property with any laws, rules, ordinances, or regulations of any applicable governmental authority, or habitability, merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose, and specifically, Broker does not make any representations regarding hazardous waste, as defined by the Texas Solid Waste Disposal Act and the regulations adopted thereunder; or the United States Environmental Protection Agency regulations or disposal of any other hazardous or toxic substance in or on the property; or the Endangered Species Act of 1973; or for live oak decline, oak wilt or any other natural phenomena. All information furnished is from sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or representation, expressed or implied, is made to the accuracy thereof, and is submitted subject to prior sale, withdrawal, or other changes in price and or terms without notice.