Horn & Antler Ranch
300+/- Acres | Menard County | $2,100,000.00
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20 Miles west of Menard, 1 mile north of Hwy 190 in Fort McKavett, TX. Halfway between Eldorado and Menard. 45 miles NW of Junction.
The land is full of Red, Live and White Oaks and has been cleared of most cedar and mesquite. Traversable elevation changes with dramatic views.
There are two water wells.
A perfect getaway ranch with many possibilities whether it be a hunting facility, an exotic breeding ranch, a personal recreational ranch or corporate retreat. The Texas sized lodge has a great floorplan with one master bedroom downstairs and a large sleeping loft upstairs with beds to sleep 6 additional hunters. A Texas sized lodge with soaring ceilings in the great room provide plenty of space for your mounts! The main lodge has wood burning fireplace, a full kitchen, dining area, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a 3-person sleeping room. Plus, a bunk house that sleeps two and has a full bath and an outdoor fire pit. There is a barn, walk-in cooler and meat processing room. There is a newer shipping container for additional storage with a solar powered vent.
The 300+/- ac. Horn & Antler Ranch includes a magnificent herd of several hundred head of exotic animals, including Axis, trophy Whitetail, Fallow, Addax, Red Stag, Mouflon, Texas Dall Sheep, Black Hawaiian Ram, Blackbuck, and Aoudad. All indigenous Whitetails have been removed and the ranch is stocked with genetic Whitetail Deer. Two new hunting blinds, 4 all season protein feeders, 2 all season corn feeders, also found on the ranch are quail, turkey, ducks, and dove. Hogs and coyotes have been removed at present.
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