High-Fenced Hunting Ranch in Robert Lee
Property Description: 717-acre Exotic Hunting Ranch in Robert Lee, Texas with home, barns, extra lodging, over 70 exotic game animals, and more.
Location: Silver, Texas is located just west of Robert Lee on paved Highway 2059. The ranch is approximately 40 miles Northwest of San Angelo, 50 miles south of Snyder, 30 miles from Interstate 10 at Colorado City, and 75 miles east of Midland Odessa. San Angelo has a regional airport and Midland has an International Airport. This hunting ranch in Robert Lee would make an excellent recreational ranch, hunting business asset, land investment, or a nice homestead. The ranch is located in Robert Lee Independent School District.
Hunting Ranch in Robert Lee: Lay of the Land
Terrain: Elevation changes are approximately 160’ differences at most and are gently sloped. Soils are sandy loam and clay loam. They consist of 4s, 2e, and 6e which can be used for crops, pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife.
Vegetation: There are 5 food plots with west Texas mix (including clover) scattered among the native vegetation. Plants on the ranch include native grasses, shrubs, scrub brush such as Algerita, Acacia, Sumac and other browse. Trees such as Persimmon, Mesquite, and Juniper as well as a few Live Oak trees are located here on the ranch. The area has a rich diversity of plant species, which provides habitat for various wildlife species. The region is also home to several species of wildflowers, which make the area picturesque, especially during spring.
Improvements: Right off Highway 2059, the double gated entrance sits on the west side of the highway. The house trap consists of approximately 70 acres with a large, remodeled home. The home has many amenities including extra storage, a 3-car carport, porches and patios, and Austin stone.
Also in the house trap, there is a set of working pens, a feed house, dog pens, extra lodging on skids, extra storage sheds, a shop, and a nice-sized dirt tank. The larger pasture sits behind the house trap and has elevation changes providing stunning views, food plots, and cover for wildlife. The dirt tanks and drinkers are strategically placed to make use of running draws as well as provide nearby water for all locations of the ranch.
Wildlife on the ranch includes Dove, Quail, Varmints, hogs, and some native white tail.