Poncho Train Ranch
Eden, TX, Concho County
The Poncho Train Ranch is a 634+/- acre scenic Texas ranch, situated in Concho County, approximately 15 miles northwest of Eden and 30 miles east of San Angelo. The ranch has approximately 2 miles of FM 2402 frontage. This low-fenced ranch is located in the transition zone between the northwestern Edwards Plateau ecological region and southern Rolling Plains with a flat to gently rolling and undulating terrain and spectacular views. The seasonal Middle Kickapoo Creek crosses the southeast corner of the ranch. The entire ranch is covered with an outstanding forage cover of native grasses and dominant brush including mesquite, prickly pear, agarito, catclaw, and condalia species. There has been some brush management in strips at various locations on the ranch. There are two cultivated fields including a large 140-acre field and a smaller 7-acre field. Past farm crops included wheat, corn, milo, and cotton. Soil types range from Merata-Angelo-Nuvalde clay-loams to a complex, undulating various soil type.
Healthy native wildlife populations exist on the property including white-tailed deer, turkey, dove and quail. The primary use of the ranch is agriculture and recreation. The property has excellent potential to become an outstanding wildlife ranch.
There is an older 3 BR/1Bath ranch house, currently used as a hunter’s cabin, a barn, shed, and an older set of livestock pens. There is a good road system throughout. All blinds and feeders currently on the ranch will convey with purchase.
The primary water source is through a metered location on FM 2402 from the Millersville-Doole Water Supply Company. The ranch has 2 small tanks on the Middle Kickapoo Creek drainage. There are two water wells on the property that might need to be reworked.
The owner will convey one-half of owned minerals.