529± acres – $6,450.00 per acre
Location: Located in the area where Mason, Menard, and Kimble Counties come together
Access: Frontage on Saline Rd. and Hight Rd.
Terrain: The property is gently rolling, transitioning into beautiful hardwoods in the bottom land along and near wet weather Saline Creek. The soil is mainly sandy loam reddish type soil. There is some rougher country along the hilltops and throughout the native pasture. The trees along the creek are very nice.
Water: This area is known to have good underground water. The neighboring property has an irrigation well, proving that area’s underground water is plentiful. The ranch is very well watered with 2 wells, 2 storage reservoirs, and 11 concrete drinkers.
Improvements: It is fenced and cross fenced making it perfect for rotational grazing with 11 different pastures on the ranch. There is both improved (Cheyenne Bermuda) and native pasture. There is a good set of working pens with a load out along with an old house used for a hunting cabin and barn. There is electricity on the ranch.
Wildlife: All native Hill Country, such as white tail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, and varmints. Axis deer are also known to be in the area.
Brokers Comments – The Saline Creek Ranch can be what you want it to be. A highly productive cattle or livestock operation, a deer breeding operation – when you add high fence, or a great recreational hunting ranch. Because of the underground water in this area, the possibilities for this ranch become as big as your imagination. Please call to see this very rare Hill Country Ranch.
Disclaimer: Information stated above can be retracted by the seller or seller’s broker. For agent and seller safety, the buyer’s agent must be present for the initial showing.