15,890.00 +/- Deeded Acres
Ranch Overview, Brewster Co.
Location: 10 miles south of Alpine, Texas, 6+ miles of State Highway 118 frontage.
Longitude/latitude: 30 degrees 12′ 53.17″ North / 103 degrees 34’16.21″ West.
Elevation: 4,700′ to 6,800′ at the summit of Mt. Ord Mountain.
Minerals: 1,643.45+acres of State Mineral Classified Sections. Seller to convey ½ of fee minerals owned. Sellers believe they own the majority, if not all, of the fee minerals.
Utilities: Rio Grande Electric, Big Bend Telephone (broad band & WiFi), West Texas Gas lnc. (Propane & fuel).
Headquarters Home: 4,420 Sq. Ft. 1950’s Vintage Home with 4 bedrooms, 3 & 1/2 baths, maids Qtrs., large covered tile patio/porch and a detached 2 car carport, and swimming pool not in service.
Foreman’s House: 1,736 Sq. Ft., 2 bedrooms, 2 baths.
Bunkhouse: 1,128′ Day workers housing.
Horse Barn: 4,000′ 8 indoor stalls, 2 tact rooms & round pen & outdoor stalls/pens.
Hilo Pad & 3,850 Sq.ft. hangar /covered equipment shed. Several large & smaller Storage/Hay Barns.
Shipping Pens: All pipe construction, loading chute, and annually certified livestock scales.
Pastures & Water System: The ranch is divided into 8 pastures and traps. Pastures have spacious holding pens with water. The shipping corrals are located at the headquarters with the owner’s home overlooking the corrals, stables, and barns.
Mt. Ord Ranch is well watered, via 13 shallow wells, large storage tanks, pipelines and water troughs over the ranch, several mountain springs, and live water in southern portion of Ash Creek during average rainfall years. There are 7 windmill wells, 3 solar pump wells, 3 submersible pump wells, and one booster pump for pipeline.
Wildlife & Hunting: Mt. Ord Ranch has perhaps the largest resident heard of free ranging Texas or Rocky Mountain Elk found in West Texas. It also offers exceptional hunting for Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, Feral hogs, Javelina, Blue Quail, Mearns “fools or crazy” Quail, and Dove during migration. The ranch also has Black Bear, Mountain Lion, and other small critters.
Antenna Lease Income: Union Pacific, US Border Patrol, Homeland Security, Big Bend Telephone & other entities pay $48,000.00+/- annually for the Antenna Lease on Mt. Ord. The road up to the antennas is maintained by US Border Patrol & Union Pacific RR.
Price: $1.475.00 per acre ($23,437,750.00+/-).
Taxes: 2020 taxes were $16,800.00 annually.
Note: This property is offered exclusively by John W. Carpenter, broker and owner of Carpenter Real Estate, PO Box 25, Alpine, TX 79831 All information was obtained by an onsite inspection & form sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed, is subject to error, omission, price change, or withdrawal from the market without prior notice. This broker represents the seller.
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