Contact Seller:
G-5 Realty

 

713 Acres in Coke County, Texas

For Sale (Available)
$1,850,000

+/-713 acres in Coke County, Texas
601 Indian Creek Road
Robert Lee, Texas 76945

Property Type:

Commercial
Farm/Ranch
 

Home Information:

2,700 +/- Sq.Ft.
3 Bedrooms
2.5 Bathrooms
0 Car Garage

Description

Wide open West Texas spaces, crisp country air, exotic animals and native wildlife along with a beautiful home and unmatched views can be found at the end of Indian Creek Road. The Bella Doria Ranch, conveniently located near San Angelo, Abilene and Midland, is one of a kind and a must see! The Bella Doria property and animal population has been well-stocked and managed with exceptional whitetail genetics and several exotic species. With outstanding breeding facilities, high fences, abundant grass and plentiful ponds, this is an outdoors-man's dream!

Custom built house with scenic views from on top of highest hill on the ranch. 3 beds - 2 full baths - 1 half baths - 2,700 Sq.Ft.

Animal info: The ranch is stocked with many premium varieties of white-tailed deer, aoudad, axis deer, blackbuck antelope, elk, fallow deer, Iranian red sheep, red stag and scimitar horned Oryx.

Deer breeding info: Facility does have a tier 1 status with the TPWD.

All breeding deer have been released on property.

The deer breeding facilities are located in the center of the ranch. A 24x50 barn with deer handling facilities which include dark rooms, a squeeze chute and a working area is also, located in middle of breeding facility. There are 10-1/2 acre breeding pens, 4-1.25 acre fawning pens and a 5 acre soft release pen that all feed into the working facility by way of a large alley.

Water:

There are 5 water wells on the property. The well that supply water to the lodge along with the well that supplies breeding facility/barn are both equipped with electric submersible pumps. 2 windmills are operating on ranch. The 5th well is not currently being used. Additionally, there are 6 earthen tanks located throughout the ranch including a chain of tanks in the bottom of the canyon. Machae creek is seasonal but has been flowing through the ranch for the last 8 months.

Cultivation: 4 food plots have been cleared and continue to be planted to ensure lots of grazing for the animals on the ranch. Total acreage for the 4 plots is approximately 40 acres.


Directions

Turn South on Indian Creek Road off Hwy 158. Dirt road dead-ends into the ranch, gated entrance.