The Langtry South Ranch is a historical ranch just a few miles away from the site of Judge Roy Bean's famous Jersey Lilley Saloon in Langtry, Tx. Some of the first pioneers West of the Pecos River called this area home. The rough but beautiful terrain on the ranch is diverse with open hill tops giving way to unlimited views along with thick draws and canyon bottoms. Along with trophy quality Whitetail Deer, the Langtry South Ranch boasts other native game such as javelinas, turkey, quail, bobcats, and occasional Mule Deer. Access in and out of the ranch is through two locked gates fronting on Hwy 90. The Langtry South Ranch has over two miles of Hwy 90 frontage with electricity just across the highway. Water is available through a shared well and a water trough on the north end of the ranch provides a permanent water source for animals year-round. The "Old Hwy 90" which is now abandoned runs through the ranch as well. Owner financing is available with 5% down and no credit check. Call today to set up an appointment to view the truly unique Langtry South Ranch!
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A water trough on the north end provides year-round water and a water holding tank fed by an adjacent well provides water to the south end.
Lake Amistad is a short 30 minute drive to the east with unlimited boating and recreational possibilities.