A rare opportunity to own a truly scenic property with 1,200± feet of the flowing Frio River, one of the largest ranches for sale in the scenic Frio River Canyon. This property offers year-round activities and adventures, from hunting to fishing to swimming and other water activities.
There are 3 small homes and perimeter fencing/cross-fencing.
Improvements: There is a charming ‘Sunday House’ style main home with a metal roof that features a large central living/dining room with fireplaces at either end. There is one bedroom, a full bath and a staircase to an upstairs loft for a second bedroom. Two frame cabins with front porches do not have electricity and are currently used as hunting accommodations. There are 2 water wells on the property. The majority of the land is low perimeter fenced with some low cross-fencing as well.
Water: This property has both sides of 1,200± feet of the crystal clear Frio River. Large cypress trees line this beautiful stretch of live water. The Frio River is known for not only the best scenic views but also the best tubing and water fun in all of Texas. Cold, clear water is bound by dramatic high limestone bluffs. There are also 2 water wells on the property. The house well is run by the electric submersible pump. There is a windmill in the back that is currently inoperable. The wells are believed to be in the Trinity Aquifer which is 860± feet deep. The main/house well pump is set at 120± feet and pumps 20GPM. There is one earthen tank that holds water during wet times, 2 water troughs and 2 pilas.
Vegetation: The front part of the ranch has been selectively cleared and is good bottom land. Large pecan trees and oak trees are found throughout the front pasture. The back part is very scenic with large rolling hills with deep draws. Blaylock Hollow is a draw that runs through the center of the property. The hills are primarily cedar with large oaks scattered throughout. Brush species include cedar, persimmon, mesquite, white brush, prickly pear, guajillo, mountain laurel and many more.
Wildlife: The property has an abundance of native game including whitetail deer, Axis deer, Aoudad, turkey, javelina, hogs, dove, and varmints. The Frio River offers good bass and catfishing, plus attracts numerous species of birds.
Taxes: $3,320.11 Agricultural exemption.
Location: The entrance is on FM 127. The property is located 80± miles northwest of San Antonio, 25± miles north of Uvalde, and 20± miles northwest of Sabinal, and 1.5± mile east of Concan, Texas. Concan was settled about 1840 and was supposedly named for “coon can”, a Mexican gambling game. Today, Concan is comprised of many dude ranches, resorts, lodges, restaurants, dance halls and the Roy Bechtol Golf Course and Country Club.
Airport: Garner Field Airport (KUVA) is located 3 miles east of Uvalde and has a 5256-foot runway.