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2,451.08± Acres
New Listing
Presidio County, Texas

2451 Acres for sale in Rural Presidio County

ID: 41945
External ID/MLS: -- / 216414
Status: New Listing
Price: $1,600,000
Acres: 2,451.08±
Price Per Acre: $653
City, State: Presidio, Texas
County: Presidio
ZIP Code: 79845
Presented By: Brad Adcock


Introducing Mixon Ranch: A Desert Oasis in Presidio County, Texas Welcome to Mixon Ranch, a remarkable property located in the heart of the Chihuahuan Desert in Presidio County, Texas. Nestled amidst the stunning mid-elevation grasslands and scrubland of the basin range topography, this ranch offers an unparalleled opportunity to own a piece of the Old West. With its picturesque surroundings, rich history, and diverse wildlife, Mixon Ranch is a true haven for nature enthusiasts and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Location: Mixon Ranch is situated in the breathtaking Chihuahuan Desert, bordered by the majestic Davis Mountains to the north, the rugged Chinati Mountains to the west, and the iconic Rio Grande River to the south. Adjacent to expansive properties in the Alamito Creek Drainage and neighboring the historic abandoned farming community of Plata, this ranch carries a sense of heritage and charm. Conservation Easement: Preserving the natural beauty and integrity of the land, Mixon Ranch is subject to a Conservation Easement with the Texas Agricultural Land Trust. This commitment ensures that the ranch remains protected from subdivision while allowing for compatible uses such as recreational activities, hunting, planned grazing, and limited development. Habitat: The landscape of Mixon Ranch is a mesmerizing sight to behold. Vast rolling grasslands and scrubland dominate the scenery, providing a timeless ambiance reminiscent of the Old West. Stretching across a narrow elevation range of 3,750 to 4,200 feet, the ranch boasts a diverse mix of vegetation. From the mid to lower Chihuahuan Desert, you'll find an array of flora such as Spanish dagger, yucca, creosote, and cholla, alongside blue grama, black grama, bear grass, and sideoats grama, interspersed with scattered brush. The tributaries to Alamito Creek feature denser brush including mesquite, desert willow, white brush, catclaw, and some oaks and juniper. Wildlife: Mixon Ranch is a haven for wildlife, offering a thriving ecosystem for various species. Bird enthusiasts will delight in the presence of numerous bird species, raptors, songbirds, and game birds, including Blue (Scaled) Quail, Mourning Dove, and White Wing Dove. Additionally, the ranch is home to larger desert dwellers such as Desert Mule Deer and Javelina. The abundant brush and grasses provide excellent habitat for both game and non-game animals, making this property a haven for hunting enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Improvements:

The ranch features well-designed improvements that enhance its functionality and charm. Among these are exceptional sets of pens, complete with a loading chute, facilitating the efficient handling of livestock. Two spacious metal barns with electricity and concrete floors offer ample storage space and provide a functional hub for ranch operations. The ranch complex, with its rustic allure, serves as a working headquarters, blending seamlessly with the surrounding natural beauty. Water: Water is a vital aspect of Mixon Ranch, and the property benefits from the prolific groundwater systems within the Alamito Creek watershed. With four wells on-site, three of which are equipped with submersible pumps and one boasting a windmill, water accessibility is ensured. These wells are all at a depth of less than 250 feet, further adding to the convenience and reliability of the water supply. In addition, the ranch features several earthen dams that provide summer water and contribute to the overall sustainability of the property. Mixon Ranch presents a rare opportunity to own a picturesque and historic piece of the Chihuahuan Desert. With its stunning landscapes, abundant wildlife, and carefully curated improvements, this property offers an ideal setting for ranching, recreational pursuits, and embracing the natural beauty of Texas. Don't miss your chance to experience the charm and tranquility of Mixon Ranch in Presidio County, Texas.

Additional Information


  • dove
  • mule deer
  • quail
  • whitetail deer
  • other


  • bird watching
  • hunting


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