Location: Antelope Springs Ranch is located northwest of Blackwell, Texas 8 miles on FM 1170 then 2.4 miles on private ranch road. It is also 30 miles from Sweetwater Texas and less than 2 hours from Midland, Texas regional airport and approximately 1 hour to the airport in San Angelo, Texas.
Terrain: Antelope Springs Ranch is made up of low semi rolling hills with large areas of gently sloping mesa’s, wide draw bottoms and grazeable hillsides. There is an excellent turf of native warm and cool native grasses. Tree cover is cedar, mesquite and areas of live oak along with oak brush. Areas of the ranch have been cleared of trees.
Water: The owner states there are 14 water wells around 21 miles of water pipeline to concrete and fiberglass storage reservoirs and drinking tubs. There is one pond on the ranch. Antelope Spring is located on the ranch and flows water down Antelope Creek.
Improvements: There is very spacious home/lodge that can be described as WOW! The three separate and different root lines create an architectural masterpiece. There is a two story monolithic dome combined with a two story octagonal structure both serviced by a rectangular gabled roof unique patio, guest bedroom and garage. The main lodge has 7 bedrooms, 2 dorm style bathrooms, half bath, spacious living area, game area and large kitchen and dining room. The octagonal “home” area has a bedroom, large bath, office and an upstairs living area. One has to view this architectural masterpiece to appreciate it. There are several parking and equipment sheds at the headquarters compound. A second set of improvements with a foreman’s house and a hunter’s house, barns and corrals are located on the west ranch boundary. A set of cattle working pens are located near the center of the ranch.
Recreation: The ranch is enrolled in a Texas Parks and Wildlife MLD program. Whitetail deer numbers are reported as to be around a thousand. You will find Rio Grande turkey, quail and wild hogs. Zebras have also been spotted several times. There are 14 comfortable deer blinds, several quail feeders and overhead feed storage will remain with the ranch.
Minerals: Seller owns approximately 84% MI and will convey 50% lease bonus rights and 25% of mineral royalty.
Price: $1690 per acre or $7,728,370.00
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