– Sold on 03-04-2019
Kennedy Ranch has landscapes that are wide-open rolling grass and scrubland surrounded by rugged mountain ranges which can be seen from most places on the property. Classic “Cattle County” of the Old West, the Kennedy Ranch has maintained much of the environment and appearance of times past. This vast area lies in a narrow elevation range between 3,750 and 4,200 feet, allowing for mix of vegetation from the mid to lower Chihuahuan Desert such as Spanish dagger, yucca, creosote and cholla with a mix of blue grama, black grama, bear grass, and sideoats grama with scattered brush. Tributaries to Alamito Creek have heavier brush like mesquite, desert willow, white brush, catclaw, and some oaks and juniper.