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326 acres in Coleman County just outside of Valera, TX. This part of the state in rich in traditions and history. Coleman County is located near the geographic center of the state and was named after Robert M. Coleman, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and soldier at the Battle of San Jacinto. Foundation Ranch has been in the same family for multiple generations and is a great multi-use ranch. There is great habitat for wildlife with multiple ponds, several different mots of Live Oak and other hardwoods, multiple draws and wet weather creeks. Cattle and other stock have also been on the ranch for a number of years as well. As an added bonus, Lake O.H. Ivie is located just 10 minutes south of the ranch. This lake has been one of the hottest fishing lakes in Texas recently and is easily within distance for a spur of the moment fishing trip.
LOCATION: 60 miles east of San Angelo, 30 miles west of Brownwood. 2 1/2 hours SW of DFW, 2 1/2 hours west of Waco, 3 hours NW of Austin.
TOPOGRAPHY: Elevations from 1,840' to 1.980'
TERRAIN: Rock outcroppings, grassy bottoms and plateaus, mesquite groves, cedar breaks, hard woods. Productive sand loam soils in most areas and several clay bottom ponds
WILDLIFE: Healthy population of white tail deer, feral hogs, turkey, and other small game common to the area. Owner reports good duck hunting and good turkey population
IMPROVEMENTS: Older frame home that needs work, pipe working pens, corral, barn, good perimeter fencing, multiple access points off FM 503 and CR 404. Electricity and rural water already on site
- whitetail deer
- atv trails