Steward RanchDuval County
The Steward Ranch is a 667-acre high-fenced ranch in the heart of the Golden Triangle of South Texas 14 +/-miles North East of San Diego, Tx, in Duval County. With enhanced genetics and meticulous management, this turn-key property has an outstanding deer herd, with trophies ranging in the 150”-170” with the largest on the ranch scoring in at 222”. Aside from the whitetail, this property also has excellent quail and dove populations.
Improvements: 2,250 sqft 3 bed/2bath home with a large living area and kitchen. A 1,800 sqft metal container converted into a three bed/ two bath bunkhouse, a 1,500 sqft foreman’s house with one bed/ two bath, a 500 sqft ranch house currently being used for storage. Game cleaning area and hanging cooler.6 Acre high fenced deer pen (cross fenced into four sections)
Landscape/Vegetation: The terrain is flat to gently rolling and covered with a dense blanket of excellent South Texas brush and forage, including Blackbrush, Guajillo, Guayacan, Cenizo, Twisted Acacia, and others significant to the wildlife that inhabit the ranch. The dense brush is traversed by ample ranch roads, Senderos, and trails, convenient access to all parts of the ranch. Easily converted to a food plot with minimal regrowth is a 20+/-acre field located in the center of the ranch.
Water: There is one working water well on the property that pumps water into four ponds throughout the property and the houses.
Wildlife: This well-managed property is entirely high-fenced and currently under MLD (Managed Land Deer Permit), allowing for better management of the deer population and benefiting the most flexible bag limits and seasons. Typical trophies range between 150”-170” and the largest scored at 222”. Aside from the whitetail, this property also has excellent quail hunting during the wetter years. The landowner notes that each year for the last several years, more and more dove seem to be making the Steward Ranch home.
Location: The ranch is located 14 miles NE of San Diego, Tx. Take CR 103 NW out of town and then take a left down CR 104. CR 104 is a well-maintained dirt county road. You will take this road for about 10 miles until you hit the gate. From there, there is a 1-mile easement road into the property.
Other Items: A high drive truck, tractor, and the majority of the furniture will convey with the property. There are eight blinds, two being ground blinds and multiple protein and corn feeders that will also convey with the property.