Guadalupe River Ranch
A rare live water property in DeWitt County on the Guadalupe River! This unique property has over 1000’ of river frontage with good access to the river. The property is loaded with wildlife and has multiple habitat types with great plant diversity. Located 1.5 hours from San Antonio and Austin and 2 hours from Houston this property is a great weekend getaway but has the infrastructure to be a permanent residence.
290 Frels Rd, Yoakum TX 77995
Located in Concrete Texas, DeWitt County between Gonzales and Cuero and approximately 1 mile off HWY 183. This gorgeous property is 99 miles to San Antonio International Airport 71 miles to Austin- Bergstrom International Airport
This diverse rolling 200 acres is about 85% covered in trees with some open pasture and roadways being the balance. The fertile river bottom portion of the property filled with massive native Pecan trees, Bald Cypress, Sycamores, American Elms, and Black Willow along with a copious layer of woody shrubs and grasses. The 1000+ft of river frontage is unique in that it sits on a bend in the river which provides water level access to the Guadalupe River as opposed to the steep cliffs usually found on either side. There is also a large sand bar just in front of the landing providing a “sometimes island” to utilize for recreation. This bend in the Guadalupe River also forms a rather large fishing hole for catfish and other fish. This riverfront and drainage area provides a wonderful sanctuary for the wildlife found in South/Central Texas including Whitetail Deer, Bobcats, Feral Hogs, Eastern Turkey, Coyotes, Squirrels, raccoons and many other varmints. The upper pasture is mostly Mesquite, Hackberry, Huisache, and Live Oaks with coastal Bermuda mixed intermittently. Furthermore, it is bordered to the East by McCoy Creek, another well traveled route for wildlife. This portion is home for Whitetail Deer as well as Rio Grande Turkey and occasionally feral hogs. This is a top-notch hunting property with year-round hunting opportunities
The owner’s family and friends have hunted deer on the property and report good numbers and quality bucks for the area. Trees observed on the property include Live Oak, Post Oak, Pecan, American Elm, Cedar Elm, Hackberry, Sycamore, Osage Orange, Black Willow, Ash, Sweet Gum, Mesquite, and Huisache. The forb and grass layer is composed of Granjeno, Lime Prickly Ash, Winged Elm, Ragweed, Frostweed, Inland Sea Oats, Wooly Croton, Green Briar, Mustang Grape, Switchgrass, Hooded Windmill Grass, Bristlegrass, Coastal Bermuda, and KR Bluestem.
A portion of the property does lie within the 100-year floodplain.
The new owner will be “ranch ready” with several items in good condition that convey with this gorgeous property. Inside a fenced in yard, you will find a 36’x52’ pavilion with concrete slab in place complete with electricity, RV hookups, water, septic, and firepit. Located on a high point, this feature is great place to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning while watching the wildlife or enjoy the fellowship of friends and family while you sit by the fire at night. This pavilion provides protection for the 2015 Grand Design Solitude RV which will convey. In addition, a two-seat 2012 John Deere Gator 825i and a 2016 John Deere 5075E tractor with 250 hours including a front end bucket, shredder and grapple attachment will also stay. The several hunting stands and feeders will also be in place and ready to go. The property is perimeter and cross fenced with the fencing being in good condition. Electricity is provided by GVEC with a meter onsite. Water is supplied by a well which serves both the pavilion and the cattle troughs.
This is a surface only sale.
The property is currently qualified under the Agricultural tax valuation via a grazing lease. The property is also qualified for a Wildlife Management Tax exemption if interested.
Most of the needs of a landowner can be found less than 15 minutes away in Cuero, Yoakum, or Gonzales. Major retailers such as HEB, Walmart, and Tractor Supply are just a few located in each. Cuero is home to the Chisholm Trail Museum and is also the “Turkey Capitol of the World” with the annual Turkeyfest being the second weekend in October.
Shown by appointment only. Do not enter property without permission.
***Buyer Agents must make first contact and be present at all showings to participate in 50% commission split. If this condition is not met, Buyer Agent split is at sole discretion of Grand Land Company
|Status: Under Contract||Area: 204.62 acres||Lot size: 204.62 acres||Minerals: No|
|Property Use: Hunting, Recreation, Livestock / Grazing||County: Dewitt||Subdivide: No||Access: CR Gravel|
|Utilities: Electricity On Site, Well On Site|
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- Company: Realtor® - Land Specialist
Kendrick grew up in the Cuero, TX area working on his family’s ranch. He attended college at Texas A&M where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Distribution. A sales professional ever since, Kendrick has 18+ years’ in the construction and chemical industries. Additionally, he has been a licensed real estate agent (TREC #578428) since 2007 with his father’s brokerage. This wide range of experience has afforded him a strong network of industry professionals and ranchers all over South and Central Texas. Today, Kendrick owns and manages several family ranches near Westhoff, TX. As an avid hunter and fisherman, he has hunted deer and elk all over North America, and enjoys fishing in Rockport. He loves spending time with his wife and two sons who are involved in 4-H, church, football, track, and basketball.
This style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Grand Land Company. This property is listed at $ 1,499,900. It has bedrooms, bathrooms, and is 204.62 acres. The property was built in year.