River Road Ranch
  • Sold

$ 3,863,175

406.65 acres of optimal hunting and ag land just south of Cuero with plenty of live water and live oaks. Located on the Guadalupe River, this ranch has 7 water wells, electricity, a hunting cabin, improved pastures, and is currently home to cattle and various wildlife year-round. The water access, protective brush and trees, and plentiful food sources attract scores of whitetail deer, wild turkey, and hogs. Additionally, the river bottom provides a great place to catch catfish, bass, and the occasional alligator gar, while the ponds are an ambush spot for the waves of dove that cross between the food and water sources every morning and evening. If you are looking for a property to fish, hunt, raise cattle, or if you just want a great view, this is it!

TBD River Road, Cuero, TX 77954
6 miles to Cuero, 28 miles to Victoria, 90 miles to downtown San Antonio, 100 miles to Austin, 150 miles to Houston

The property is approximately 40% open space/pasture and 60% wooded with giant live oaks, huisache, native pecans, elm, cypress, and mesquite. There is over 100 feet of elevation change in the two-mile stretch from one side of the property to the other. A 45-acre hayfield with coastal Bermuda and some Johnson grass provides about 100 round bales of hay per cut. Another benefit on this ranch is the small sand and gravel pit that can be used for additional income or material for road repair. Over 1,400 feet of Guadalupe River frontage defines the north boundary of the ranch. There is a small pond and several seasonal creeks in the interior of the property. About 50% of the land is in the 100-year flood plain exhibiting very fertile river bottom soil, sand, and rock deposits. Two transmission lines and two pipelines cross the southern part of the property, and three neighbors have access easements.

This low-fenced property comes with a small trailer-style hunting cabin complete with water well, electricity, and septic. There are an additional six drilled water wells on the property in various conditions from a fallen down antique windmill to a fully functioning electric pressure pump. The cattle guard entrance leads to a partially paved and partially gravel road that continues throughout the ranch. A large set of pipe cattle pens with lumber backing is in the center of the property.

The seller owns some mineral rights which are negotiable.

Agricultural tax valuation. 2020 taxes were $614.

Cuero is the quintessential Texas small town filled with history. There are many historical homes, buildings, churches, museums and vintage storefronts to visit and explore in the historic downtown district. Cuero is home to the Chisolm Trail Museum and has events throughout the year such as Christmas in the Park, the springtime Texas wildflower trail, and is known as the Turkey Capitol of the World and host to the Turkeyfest every fall.

***Buyer Agents must make first contact and be present at all showings to participate in 50% commission split. If this condition is not met, Buyer Agent split is at sole discretion of Grand Land Company.

Basic Facts

Property ID: 4197 Status: Type: Post Updated: 2023-03-27 15:51:26
Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1 Area: 406.65 acres Lot size: 406.65 acres
Houses: 1 Minerals: Negotiable Property Use: Hunting, Investment, Recreation, Livestock / Grazing County: DeWitt
Access: Paved Frontage Utilities: Electricity On Site, Well On Site, Septic On Site


convenient location
Guadalupe River
hunting cabin
improved pasture
Improved Roads
long range views
mature trees
water wells
Whitetail Deer


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Listing Packet: Listing-Packet-3.pdf
  • Properties Qty: 87
  • Company: Broker

John grew up in Victoria, TX and was involved in multiple cow-calf operations in that area as well as Bryan-College Station, TX while attending Texas A&M. He earned a B.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. John has over 25 years experience in commercial sales and rural property services, and he is the Broker of Record for Grand Land Company. (TREC #655090). John is an active member of the RealtorsĀ® Land Institute, has earned the prestigious Accredited Land Consultant designation, and has been recognized as a part of the 2022 APEX Producers Club by RLI. John serves on the Executive Board of the Coastal Conservation Association of Texas (CCA) and is a member of the Williamson County A&M Club. John is also actively involved in the management of several hunting operations in South Texas. He and his family are are avid outdoor enthusiasts spending most of their free time hunting, fishing, and hiking in the great outdoors. His passion for the outdoors combined with his depth of experience with all types of rural properties brings authenticity to every transaction.

This style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Grand Land Company. This property is listed at $ 3,863,175. It has 1 bed bedrooms, 1 bath bathrooms, and is 406.65 acres. The property was built in year.