This ranch is the 2000-acre Headquarters portion of the 10,000-acre Caiman Ranch. Owned by the same family for 60 years, this is a very rare opportunity. Their trophy whitetail deer program began 25 years ago and they have had Level 3 MLD permit for 10 years. The Caiman Ranch is a regular on the leaderboards of several South Texas deer contests. On the entire 10,000 acres in the past 5 years the ranch has taken 26 bucks scoring over 160 B&C and 3 scoring 190 or better. All native, free-ranging, South Texas hunting at its best. Traversed by Los Olmos creek and once inhabited by the Coalhauiltecan Indians, there is also good hunting for Indian artifacts / arrowheads.
The main house (5 bedroom, 5 bath) has 4,912 square feet of living area and 10,000 sq. ft. under roof, including 1200 sq. ft. of covered patio and 3,049 sq. ft. of carport. The house features DSL internet, Dish Network TV, a steam shower and jacuzzi bath, a fireplace, and a walk-in cooler. The guest house (4 bedroom, 2 bath) is 1,724 sq. ft. The barn and shop building is 4905 sq. ft. There is a Carrizo water well pumping water to 2 large storage tanks at the headquarters. Other improvements include approximately 2 miles of waterline with several water troughs, stock tanks, working pens, a tack shed, another 650-sq.-ft. barn with loading docks, and a 2500-ft. grass landing strip.
Located 15 miles east of Encinal in La Salle County with 2.7 miles of County Road frontage (across the road from the Junco).