Rancho La Roca is a low-fenced ranch that has been managed to supplement and create an ideal habitat for native wildlife, including whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, mourning dove and much more. The property has had little to no hunting pressure over the years, and has been mainly used to observe wildlife. The property sits over a natural seep creating beautiful terrain covered in massive oaks and native grasses. Most of the ranch has been left in its natural state with the exception of roads to traverse the property and selected invasive brush clearing. There are several buildings on the ranch that are part of an intriguing Spanish mission-inspired compound. The gate house is a beautiful stoic structure that sits along the road as you enter the ranch. It features three beautiful rooms that open up to a gravel terrace that sits just above a pasture below. As you drive through the beautiful entrance of the compound you will notice the detail and quality of work that has been done. A casita, gymnasium, garage and a 1930s German house that lies within a grove of massive century-old oak trees surrounded by beautiful pastures completes the compound.
Lot Acres: 148.24