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$7,998,040  •  2,806.33 acres
General Description:This is the first time in 144 years this property has been offered for sale. Deep seeded in history, this cattle and trophy deer hunting ranch has plenty to offer. It is located in big, low-fenced ranch country with native rolling terrain covered in live oak, mesquite, and elm trees. The East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the property for 2 miles. Location: Approximately 12 miles E/NE of Breckenridge fronting on quiet FM 701 in a great location just over 2 miles north of Highway 67. There is approximately 3/4 mile of paved FM road frontage. It is 2 hours west of Dallas, 1 1/2 hours west of Fort Worth, 3 hours east of Midland, 1 hour NE of Abilene, and 24+/- miles to Graham. Directions:From Breckenridge, go east on Highway 180 and turn north towards Graham on Highway 67. Then go 7.3 miles to FM 701. Go North of FM 701 for 2.2 miles until the black pipe gate located on the left or west side of the road. History:The Muleshoe Ranch brand was registered in 1856 in Fannin County by Henry Black. Henry fought in the Confederate Army in 1861 and after 4 years he returned to find that his wife, Jane, had died giving birth to their 3rd child. He then remarried and started a new life with a master seamstress, Sarah. They then began their life together in poverty. Henry acquired most of his 1000 cattle and 500 horses by trading his skill and courage, moving herds of cattle across the Red River when it was overflowing. He also traded his wife's shirts for cattle and horses. In 1877, Henry and Sarah left Fannin County to relocate to Quanah, Texas, but a heavy rain season forced them to stop in Stephens County. They stopped along Bufford Creek and Henry went into Breckenridge the next day to purchase 4 sections of land. He, his brothers and his sons ultimately grew their herd to 20,000 head of cattle and the ranch to 30,000 acres. Henry passed away in 1906 at 66 years of age after catching the flu at a Confederate War veteran's reunion in New Orleans. His wife Sarah then divided the ranch amongst several family members. The Black family has had many accomplishments over the years, helping to make Breckenridge what it is today. This portion of the Black Brothers Muleshoe Ranch is now owned by 3 siblings being fourth generation owners. It is not every day that you come across an opportunity to purchase a historic ranch of this caliber. (Additional history is available upon request) Terrain: Rolling hills to level terrain with an elevation change of 130 feet (high elevation of 1290' and low elevation of 1160'). The East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the heart of the ranch. The riparian area along the creek is lined with mature elm and oak trees with incredible rock features of boulders and massive rock shelves creating a unique land feature. Pastureland is productive for cattle and there are scenic rocky ridges as well. Vegetation:This property is located in the Cross Timbers Region of Texas. Tree cover consists of mature live oak, post oak, cedar elm, hackberry, mesquite, and a variety of other trees commonly found in this area. Forbs, browse and cactus species include elbowbush, skunkbush, prickly pear, tasajillo, catclaw, lote bush and greenbrier to name a few. Native grasses include side oats, bluestem, switchgrass, Texas wintergrass, dropseed, buffalo grass, Indiangrass, curly mesquite, and a variety of other grasses. Wildlife habitat and pastureland is above average and in excellent condition. Water:There are at least twenty (20) earthen stock tanks providing water to livestock and wildlife in every pasture. Approximately 2 miles of the East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the middle of the ranch with seasonal pools of water. Rainfall averages around 29 inches annually and a rural water line runs along FM 701. (See below) Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, quail, dove, ducks and native wildlife species are plentiful and provide great hunting and viewing. The free-ranging, low fence, trophy whitetail deer herd is one of the best you will find in Stephens County. Migratory ducks utilize the stock tanks in the fall and winter months creating additional hunting opportunities.The ranch has not been leased for hunting in decades (if ever) and the whitetail deer herd is in excellent condition as a result. There is one new deer feeder in place, but no other deer stands or feeders on the ranch. Deer Herd: The following data was obtained from a helicopter deer survey on October 20, 2021: TOTAL DEER: 213 DEER DENSITY: 1 deer per 13 acres BUCK: DOE RATIO: 1 buck: 3 does (43 bucks & 132 does) MATURE BUCKS: 8 mature bucks OTHER: Two bobcats, 6 coveys of quail, 96 hogs, 10 coyotes, andsurprisingly only 5 turkey (which are normally abundant). Grazing:Carrying capacity for cattle is approximately 1 animal unit per 20-30 acres (depending on your goals and objectives). This ranch is 100% native with no land being cultivated. Rangeland is strong and cattle do very well in this area. Soils:A variety of soils types can be found. Lindy silt loam is common and may be used for cultivation, pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife. Other soils range from fine sandy loam to Throck clay to very stony/ bouldery soils. There are several areas conducive for cropland or wildlife food plots if desired by new owner. Fencing:Perimeter fences are in good to excellent condition and will hold cattle. There is approximately (1) mile of new fencing in the northwest portion of the ranch. In addition, several new gates have recently been installed to improve internal access. Eight (8) fenced pastures allow for rotational grazing and there are two (2) sets of cattle pens. Internal Roads & Access:There is a good system of roads to get around the property. Recent road work has improved internal access substantially. FM 701 runs along the East side of the ranch allowing access to the entrance gate in all weather conditions. Electricity: Oncor provides electricity to the property. There is electricity available throughout the property, but owner doesn't have any active meters since there are no structural improvements. Rural Water:Stephens Special Utility District has a rural water line running down FM 701. It is unknown whether a water meter can be obtained until an application is filled out and submitted. Stephens SUD will then complete an engineering study to determine the feasibility of adding a new meter. As of October 2021, a water meter was available for the ranch to be installed. Minerals:No minerals are being offered. Owners are believed to own a small portion of the mineral rights on this property. Oil & Gas Production:There are 31 well locations throughout the property. They are well hidden and generally away from the main road system. Easements:Sunoco Pipeline crosses the property creating a cleared right-of-way that is beneficial for hunting, grazing and viewing. It is regularly maintained. School District:Breckenridge ISD. Airports:Stephens County Airport is located a few miles south of Breckenridge. It is a quality airport with a 5000' runway to accommodate larger aircrafts. Fuel is available as well. Hospitals:Stephens Memorial Hospital is located in Breckenridge. Legal Description: 2806.33 acres located in TE&L Survey 2059 A-824, TE&L Survey 2058 A-823, J. Hopkins Survey A-74, TE&L Survey 1176 A-505, S.P. RR Co. Section 27 Block 4 A- 203, TE&L 2060 A-825, S.P. RR Co Section 23 Block 4 A-204, TE&L 1348 A-575 & TE&L 1351 A-578. Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. Comments:This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a historic legacy ranch. The Black Brothers Muleshoe Ranch is a true representation of a premier Stephens County cattle and hunting ranch. Property Taxes:2021 Taxes are $3649.61. Price:$2850 per acre ($7,998,040) Contact: Blake Hortenstine 214-616-1305 mobile Jack Fauntleroy 940-550-4432 mobile
$11,250,000  •  2,554 acres
7 D Ranch Hidden away in the heart of the Texas Hill Country with dramatic views of San Saba County is found the 1277 +/- acre 7D ranch where hunting, entertaining and ranching are the preferred way of life. This is an exceptional opportunity for a trophy Hill Country ranch with four large-fenced pastures that are watered via the 18+ surface water stock tanks, and county water throughout. For the avid hunter and outdoor sportsman, it is home to trophy deer, turkey, quail, hogs, and varmints. The ranch is TPWD Level III MLD and has a game fenced perimeter of 80% of the ranch. The deer have been managed for over 20 years, which makes for some impressive bucks. For the cattleman there is also an interior trap connected by a fenced lane all the way to the welded pipe working pens. Fencing is in good to excellent condition throughout the ranch. All of this combined with the stunning lodge makes the 7D a very special opportunity. Improvements: Built to the owner’s specifications in 2014, the 5,475 square foot ranch house is sited upon the highest point on the ranch with big views that are typically hard to find. Being of custom timber frame construction, the two-story ranch house has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths with a downstairs master, as well two half baths. It can sleep a dozen or more comfortably. No expense was spared in constructing this impressive home with white oak floors and trim all finished by hand. Everything from the cabinets to the fixtures are custom, and the rooms, closets and bathrooms are all large enough for a corporate style Lodge. Exterior of the home, porches, pool deck and the main ranch entry are all built with native stone from the ranch. Outdoor living at the ranch was carefully thought out and designed perfectly for entertaining large groups. There are several thousand feet of wrap around porches, perfect for enjoying the scenery and wildlife, a flagstone patio with an in-ground pool that overlooks the entire ranch. Ancillary structures include an oversized 2 car detached carport and a smoke house with BBQ pits that rival Coopers BBQ in Llano. Included in the offering is a large 4,000 square foot pole barn for equipment storage, ten custom-built 2 person insulated deer stands that are 66’ tall on steel stands along with 18-1,000 lb. feeders, a walk-in deer cooler, covered cleaning area and a 3,000 square foot insulated shop on a slab. Habitat & Topography: Exceptionally scenic Hill Country, the topography consists of plateaus combined with rolling post oak draws and drainages, mesquite-treed pastures, and native grasses beneficial to both cattle and wildlife. The elevation ranges from 1,330 feet to 1,484 feet above sea level. The 7D Ranch has 5 plateaus that create drainages and multiple large rock bottom creeks and hardwood draws throughout. The plateaus also provide stunning panoramic views overlooking the land. The property grasses are bluestem, windmill grass, switchgrass and side oats gramma. There are some areas of improved grasses and food plots for the game. Wildlife, Hunting: Teeming with wildlife; deer, turkey and quail appear to be in great condition with no active hunting leases in place. Drainages off the plateaus and 18+ stocked surface water tanks keep the game animals well-watered and challenge the angler. The MLD Level III managed native deer herd is only hunted by owners and friends. 20 years of managing the native herd with the ranch producing bucks in the high 150s and 160s B&C and a few 180s have been taken. Location: Situated on CR 117 northwest of San Saba and only a few minutes to groceries and shopping, a little over two and half hours from Fort Worth, four hours from Houston, 90 minutes from Austin and 45 minutes from Llano or Lampasas. Additional Information: The ranch can be purchased in two combinations, both with separate entrances off county roads. It can be purchased as the entire ranch and lodge, or just the East Division, which is 1,277 acres with no improvements other than fencing and a nice deer herd. Taxes: Ag exempt $21,208.45 Property rights: Owner has 100% of wind rights which will convey All owned mineral rights will convey with sale of ranch.
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$4,000,000  •  1,961 acres
The Lee River Ranch is an amazing oasis set on a 2.5 mile stretch of the Red River, overlooking the border of Texas and Oklahoma. Comprised of 1961 acres in Clay County, the Lee River Ranch is an outdoorsmans paradise. From the bluffs above the Red River, there are outstanding views of the diverse habitat along the bottomlands below. The ranch is primarily wooded and well-watered with a great combination of heavy cover, open grasslands, and 200+ acres of cultivation. As a result, the diverse habitat serves as a home for a wide assortment of wildlife species. The Lee River Ranch is a unique, multi-use property that will offer great recreational options while also providing an excellent cattle operation opportunity. LOCATION The Lee River Ranch is located in the Rolling Plains region of Texas, 20 miles northeast of Wichita Falls, Texas on Linville Road in Northwest Clay County. The location is unique in that it offers both ready access to an excellent local airport, Wichita Falls Regional Airport/Sheppard Airforce Base, which is 16 miles from the property and city infrastructure while retaining the very desirable size and remote feel of a multi-generationally owned and maintained hunting and ranching property. The airport shares resources with Sheppard Airforce Base, has four runways with the following dimensions: 13,100 ft by 300 ft, 10,002 ft by 150 ft, 6,000 ft by 150 ft, and 7,021 ft by 150 ft. Proximity to Major Cities: Wichita Fall: 20 Miles Fort Worth:126 Miles Oklahoma City: 145 Miles Amarillo: 240 Miles TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Any wildlife enthusiast will appreciate the uniqueness of the diverse habitat on the Lee River Ranch. There are thick hardwood bottomlands comprised of pecans, elms, cedars, hackberry, cottonwoods and oaks. Wild plum thickets provide excellent cover and browse for white-tailed deer. In addition, the Lee River Ranch also has large open grassland meadows with scattered oaks that provide great edge effect for quail and turkey. Water and water access are an important asset of the property. The ranch resides along the Red River and is well watered. In addition, the property has a magnificent, large oxbow, several spring-fed ponds, seasonal creeks and other sloughs that make great wintering waterfowl habitat. WILDLIFE A result of the tremendous habitat diversity, the Lee Ranch offers excellent hunting for a variety of wildlife. The river bottoms and food plots provide superb whitetail hunting and ample roosting habitat for turkey. The bluestem fields make exceptional nesting habitat for bobwhite quail and turkey. And, of course, the abundance of water and valuable sloughs along the Red River are prime habitat for wintering waterfowl. IMPROVEMENTS Livestock pens, along with good cross-fencing, provide ideal infrastructure for a livestock operation. A water well and electricity are located near the livestock pens.
$6,861,250  •  1,247.5 acres
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1,247.5 Acres with Extensive Brazos River Frontage SE of Possum Kingdom Lake, Palo Pinto Co., Texas LOCATION:Approximately 1.5 hours west of Fort Worth and 15 minutes northwest of Palo Pinto. Directions From Palo Pinto go north on FM 4 for approximately 6 miles then west / left onto Fortune Bend Road. From Graford go west 1.5 miles, then south on FM 4 for 4.2 miles then west/right onto graveled Fortune Bend Road for 8.4 miles where the property starts. TERRAIN:Mostly thick game covered terrain; gently rolling to slopes and plateaus of cedar, mesquite, red oak, sumac, and post oak. Large rock outcrops on high point bluffs of School House Mountain overlooking the property and Brazos River. Numerous impressive vistas overlooking the vastness. WATER:Extensive and beautiful Brazos River frontage on opposite ends, which is seriously rare! RESTRICTED: No subdivision of 100 acres or less, and more. HUNTING:Not commercially hunted for years and years, and home to whitetail deer, feral hogs, turkeys, bobcats, coyotes, etc.. MINERALS:None owned; however, any minerals owned by Seller will be conveyed on this property. There are some petroleum wells on the property, and unknown if active or not. COMMENTS:An unusual property; no doubt! Featuring high bluffs with incredible views; very raw and rugged terrain; private; prime native hunting; and river fishing. PRICE:$5,500.00 per acre or $6,861,250.00. ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE. SELLER CAN RECEIVE AND ACCEPT BACKUP CONTRACTS.
Contact for Price  •  860 acres
860 ± Acres Frontage on FM 2122 2,200± Square-foot home Low-fenced & cross-fenced 1 Lake 6-8 Ponds 2 Creeks & 1 waterfall Great rotational grazing pastures Less than 2 hours from DFW metroplex
$4,518,437  •  813.4 acres
813.4 Acres On The Brazos River SE of Possum Kingdom Lake, Palo Pinto Co., Texas LOCATION:Approximately 1.5 hours west of Fort Worth and 15 minutes northwest of Palo Pinto. Directions From Palo Pinto go north on FM 4 for approximately 6 miles then west / left onto Fortune Bend Road. From Graford go west 1.5 miles, then south on FM 4 for 4.2 miles then west/right onto graveled Fortune Bend Road for 4.2 miles where the property starts and continues for 4.2 miles. TERRAIN:The native terrain is diverse from level to gently rolling mesquite flats on the north end, to gently rolling elms, mesquite, cedar, and live oak on the west side near the river with a large wet weather creek/draw that flows into the Brazos, to game covered slopes of cedar, mesquite, red oak, sumac, post oak, rock outcrops, and high points overlooking the property and river from numerous impressive viewpoints. The river is wide and incredible on this tract and has significant frontage. WATER:.75 miles of gorgeous Brazos River (swimming hole tract) frontage. The river is extremely wide and deep at this point. RESTRICTED: No subdivision of less than 100 acres, and more.. MINERALS:All the minerals owned by Seller will be conveyed of 647.238 acres, there are minerals or 485.42 net mineral acres, and royalty or 323.619 net royalty acres. There appears to be some petroleum wells on the property, we just dont know if they are producing or not (the equipment is there though). COMMENTS:An extremely unique property, very scenic and private, prime native hunting, and awesome river fishing. PRICE:$5,555.00 per acre or $4,518,437.00. ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE. SELLER CAN RECEIVE AND ACCEPT BACKUP CONTRACTS.
Contact for Price  •  744 acres
Overview The Terry Bradshaw Quarter Horses Ranch is located in The Red River Valley of Southern Oklahoma in sought-after Love County, Oklahoma. This premier ranch consists of 744± acres, made up primarily of improved grasses with a gradual elevation change. Currently in operation as a working equestrian and cattle ranch, it is capable of running 200 AU in ideal weather conditions. The Terry Bradshaw Quarter Horses Ranch overlooks the Red River with miles of frontage along the Corps of Engineers- managed property adjacent to the River. There are 8 lakes ponds/small lakes strategically situated throughout the property assuring an abundance of water resources, delivering all the components necessary for hay production, working cattle and horse facilities and grasses essential to a superb hay. Ranch facilities are functional and good stewardship is amply demonstrated by the condition of the pastures as well as the excellently maintained condition of all capital improvements and infrastructure. Improvements The 8,600 square foot exquisite home is built in a rustic style with tall ceilings throughout. There are four oversized brick stone fireplaces, wood and tiled floors, wood paneling and the home lends itself to any style of interior design. Under roof, there are six spacious bedrooms and eight baths. There is an outdoor patio which spreads over approximately 1,000 square feet with a full kitchen, bar, fireplace, hot sauna and fire pit, making an excellent location to have family and friends over to watch the sun set. The sprawling, spacious, yet comfortable floor plan offers seclusion and privacy for a couple as well as accommodation for multiple guests, large family get-togethers or corporate retreats and entertainment. The house has a Control4 System and Sono System. There is a large outdoor pool and a very large stone doghouse with fenced area for dogs to have much room to roam. The equestrian improvements, built to perfection, consist of a four-stall stallion barn, a 20-stall show barn with tack room and wash area. The 50-stall mare barn has a laboratory, state of the art breeding facility and office as well as a 75 by 140-foot covered arena. New weanling barn with 20 stalls, wash rack and tack/feed room. Also, on the ranch is a set of working cattle pens, alley ways to all barns and pens, large six-bay shop to store farm implements, four-horse walker, a separate hay barn and show pig barn. There is also a main office with full kitchen, bathroom, and fireplace. Fencing & Roads The majority of the ranch is pipe and cable fencing in immaculate condition as well as 5 and 6 wire barbed wire fence. All cattle working facilities are pipe fencing as well. The ranch includes a winding asphalt paved road from the gate to the main house, providing invaluable ease and all-weather access to the ranch and home for sports cars and luxury vehicles. There are numerous internal trials throughout property for walking, ATV, 4-wheelers and horseback riding. Location Terry Bradshaw Quarter Horses Ranch is situated approximately 5 miles north of the Red River in Love County, which places it directly between Oklahoma City (125 miles to the north) and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas (70 miles to the south). Love County falls within the boundaries of the ancestral Chickasaw Nation which houses one of the largest casinos in the world, Winstar Casino. The location, views and vistas of the ranch offer a feeling of privacy, space and seclusion from the world, yet traveling on Interstate 35, the shopping, entertainment, fine dining and Winstar resort facilities are just one exit south of the ranch exit. Love County is named for Overton Love (1823-1891), esteemed Chickasaw Nation judge. The city of Marietta is the county seat. Lake Murray, 15 miles north of Marietta, offers 6,000 acres of clear water and 20,000 surrounding acres. Created in the 1930's, it is the first and largest state park devoted entirely to recreation. Falcon Head Resort & County Club, located 15 miles northwest of Thackerville, is the only course accessible to the average golfer to have been played by the LPGA and PGA tours. Love County has been attracting outstanding quarter horse trainers since the 1980's who move there to take advantage of the moderate climate, sandy soils, affordable land, and low property taxes. The ranch's location in Thackerville along the I-35 corridor places it midway between OKC and Fort Worth, sites of the world's major shows for reining, cutting, roping, and barrel racing. ​ Highlights ​ 744± Acres Thackerville, Oklahoma – Love County Working Quarter Horse/Equestrian and Cattle Ranch Overlooks the Red River 8 Lakes and Ponds 8,600 Sq. Ft. Main House Six Bedrooms Large Pool 1,000 Sq. Ft. Outdoor Patio with Full Kitchen Multiple Equestrian Improvements 4 Stall Stallion Barn 20 Stall Show Barn 50 Stall Mare Barn 20 Stall Weanling Barn State of the Art Breeding Facility Laboratory and Office 75’ x 140’ Covered Arena 4 Horse Walker Office with Full Kitchen and Bath Large 6 Bay Equipment and Implement Shop and Barn Working Cattle Pens Riding Trails Throughout the Property Location 5 Miles North of the Red River 70 Miles to DFW 125 Miles to Oklahoma City 5 Minutes to WinStar Casino ​ This ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Icon Global Group with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. Buyer’s Broker must be identified on first contact, must accompany buying prospect on first showing and continue to fully engage in any and all negotiations and communications to qualify for fee participation. Fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the Listing Broker. All prospects will be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing. The information contained herein has been collected from sources deemed reliable, however, Icon Global or its Brokers, Agents or Representatives cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. Prospects, Buyers, Buyer’s Brokers and Representatives should verify all information and conduct their own diligence, property inspections and document review to their own satisfaction.
$4,750,000  •  657 acres
TLD Bar Ranch TLD Bar Ranch consists of 657+/- acres of rolling pasture, mature timber creek bottoms, and has the potential for a large lake. The ranch has been in the same family for generations and is currently being operated as a cattle operation. Located just west of Denton, TX the ranch is in an ideal location with its close proximity to the metroplex. Location Located just 45 miles from Fort Worth, TLD Bar Ranch is located in Wise County, on FM 1810, six miles west of Decatur, TX. The ranch has additional road frontage on CR 1655. Habitat & Topography The ranch has a good mixture of timber and pasture, with about 65% of the ranch being pasture. The balance mostly consists of mature timber along the creeks. There are a large number of pecan and oak trees which provide great habitat for wildlife and cattle. With the size and quantity of pecan trees on the property there is potential for commercial pecan harvesting. Cattle The TLD Bar Ranch is an ideal cattle operation with strategically placed working facilities and numerous small traps that are perfect for rotating and backgrounding cattle. The two working facilities are located on opposite ends of the ranch so cattle do not have to be driven far to get to the processing pens. Both pens have covered working areas. The west pens are equipped with a hydrologic shoot, crowding tub, and vet room. The owner worked in connection with the Noble Foundation in Oklahoma when creating the layout of the cross fencing on the ranch in order to determine the ideal placement. Located on the eastern portion of the ranch is roughly a 100 +/- acre field that has been cultivated in the past as a wheat pasture but is currently being grazed or could be cut for hay. Wildlife Located throughout the ranch is a good population of whitetail deer and hogs. oOccasionally wild turkeys can be seen crossing through the property. Waterfowl and migratory birds are also in abundance throughout different times of year. Water Water is adequately located throughout the ranch with drinking troughs, six ponds, and nearly a mile frontage on both sides of Big Sandy Creek. There are several water wells scattered throughout the ranch. Located near the center of the ranch is an old lake that is about 30 +/- acres when full. A former gas company used to keep the lake full by using water wells. When production stopped the wells were turned off, resulting in the water level dropping to its current level. Located on the lake is a swimming doc with a water slide. There is an ideal building spot overlooking the lake for the addition of another structure. Gravel Years ago, the current and previous owner sold sand and gravel off the property. When the mining was stopped, the mining company left a large amount of pea gravel that is located in the center of the property. Currently the owner is using the pea gravel on the roads as needed. There is a potential opportunity for a new owner to possibly sell the remaining pea gravel, or to contact mining companies about restarting the mining operation to sell sand and gravel. Headquarters The main residence on the ranch is the original farm house that has been added onto over the years. The original house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and has a sun room added on that connects it to the newer addition. This addition includes 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, with an open living/dining/kitchen area. Currently the original house serves as the office and the updated portion is the living quarters. Also located at the headquarters is a livestock barn, shop, covered parking for equipment, and livestock holding pens. Lease Income The current owner leased a portion of the property to Austin Powder Company who has a small storage facility on the west side of the ranch off CR 1655. With minimal impact to the property the lease has been a steady stream of revenue for the owners since 2005. The Powder company's current lease runs until May of 2025, with escalating payments each year. There is a good probability that the company would like to renew the lease for an additional ten years. For further details on the specifics of the lease and the yearly revenue please contact the listing agent. Other Improvements 2 sets of cattle processing pens with water and electric 40' x 80' concrete storage barn Portable office building used when sand and gravel were being mined. Minerals Please consult with the broker regarding minerals.
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$2,250,000  •  624 acres
This combo ranch offers 624+/- acres of rolling terrain with mild elevation changes, abundance of tree cover & wildlife, excellent interior roads, multiple ponds and a creek that meanders throughout part of the ranch. Headquarters is centrally located with a 3-3 home, metal equipment shed & some cattle pens. Excellent hunting property. Great escape from the big city and within 2 hours of Fort Worth---Metroplex!
$8,120,000  •  580 acres
Stewart Ranch consists of 580± acres in Johnson County, Texas, in close proximity to the Cleburne/Glen Rose area just south of Fort Worth. Situated between two paved county-maintained roads bearing a significant amount of road frontage on both the east and west boundaries. The land has a diverse soil composition including Frio silty clay, Sunev clay loam, Slidell clay, Sanger clay, Bolar clay loam 1 to 8 percent slopes, and Aledo-Bolar association 1 to 8 percent slopes. The land consists of rolling hills, a healthy stand of native grasses, cultivation and veins of larger vegetation, and cover in the bottom areas along Haley Branch Creek. The pooling areas along the creek provide a desirable wildlife habitat characteristic, thus further diversifying the property for the recreational buyer. The landscape is a great mixture of native grassland with rocky hilltops and expanded views in all directions. Johnson County SUD provides waterline access on both road frontages giving potential for development. A natural spring-fed creek and several earthen tanks provide abundant water for livestock, recreation, and wildlife equitably throughout the ranch. With such close proximity to the Fort Worth–Dallas metro area, yet surrounded by other ranch properties and bordered on two sides by paved roads, the potential for future development or subdividing provides an upside to equity.
$1,420,000  •  435 acres
Ana's Escape is a beautiful yet rugged piece of land with obvious appeal to the eye and hidden treasures only revealed by time. A picturesque cabin sits in an ideal location to relax and entertain guests in style. This two-bedroom cabin-style home incorporates high-quality wood finishes accenting the walls and ceiling. Natural light is abundant in the open-concept living space and kitchen; both feature large windows overlooking the wood porch and wheat field. Up-to-date luxuries such as granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and chic open shelving achieve a rustic-modern farmhouse aesthetic. Each of the two large bedrooms has access to private bathrooms with comfortably sized, custom-designed step-in showers. Along the entire backside of the home, with entrances from each awning, is a large utility room with stainless steel sinks, freezers, storage, and a laundry area. Ana's Escape provides daily front porch entertainment with resident wildlife, making ideal coffee guests by grazing peacefully on wheat fields every morning. A row of mature mesquites ends at the house, creating phenomenal dove hunting scenarios when the cultivation blooms with sunflowers. As one escapes further, the SE-320 acre tract is an entirely wooded wildlife sanctuary with roads and alleys between the heavy timber used as small food plots to boost the food supply without losing the cover. A draw holding water creates an exceptional environment for the waterfowl as it leads to the largest pond perfectly positioned in the middle of the pasture. Draws meander through the land, then connect to Middle Kings Creek as the post oaks emerge. Ana's Escape is a turnkey ranch designed for entertaining and enjoying this secluded part of the world. *CABIN & RANCHING IMPROVEMENTS* - 1,800+/- sq ft; Open Concept; Rustic wood accents - 2 Bedrooms; 2 Baths-Custom Step-in Showers - Granite in Kitchen; Granite topped Breakfast Bar Island with wine storage - Large windows overlooking dove field and front porch - Harvesting Station in back; Stainless steel sinks, freezers, hanging racks, room for storage - Awnings on each side of the cabin for toys; Each awning has access to Cleaning Station & living area - Container Shed for Storage; Insulated; 40ft Container Insulated w/ Electricity - ATV/UTV interior roads; Access to the entire ranch - Good fencing & cross fencing -Home Pasture-135 acres; SE-"Back 320"; Willing to Divide *WATER FEATURES & TERRAIN* - 3 ponds-1.5-acre, 1.2-acre, 0.3-acre and other small holes of water - Middle Kings Creek crosses the SW corner - Fort Belknap Water Meter - 50+/- ft of heavily rolling elevation; High points with views; Low areas holding water - Hill along the northeastern corner of North 115 acres; Large live-oak mottes; Views of fields - Hill along the southern boundary of SE 320; Post oaks, elms & live oaks in SW portion - Thick mesquites in the multiple deep draws; Potential for large surface water *COVER & WILDLIFE* - Tree Cover--Heavily wooded; Mostly mesquite, post oak, live oaks, elm, hackberry - Underbrush--Heavy; Lotebush, bumelia, skunkbush, prickly pear, turkey pear - Native Grasses--Thick; Not Currently Grazed - Cultivation--55-acre field-Split by a row of mature mesquites - Wildlife--Excellent mourning & white-wing dove, white-tail deer, Rio-grande turkey, duck hog & some quail *MINERALS & WIND* - No production or oilfield traffic 115 acre-Home Pasture - 5 Active wells on less than 50 acres in NW corner of Back 320; Accessed from the North neighbor - Surface estate only; No minerals owned - No visible wind turbines, No known Wind Leases in Immediate Area - All owned wind rights convey. *ACCESS & DISTANCES* - FM 1710 Frontage-1,385 ft (paved); Gate on east side of road - 2 miles north of Woodson & Hwy 183 - 17 miles southeast of Throckmorton (Airport); 34 miles west of Graham (Airport w/ Fuel) - 125 miles west of Fort Worth; 214 miles northeast of Midland Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 No Trespassing. Please contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents/Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. Information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. Seller reserves the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers, accept backup offers or remove the property from the active market.
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$2,250,000  •  405 acres
Granny's River Ranch is a raw tract of ranching land with highly-desirable recreational characteristics. California Creek enters the acreage from the north and meanders thru the western boundary until heading south and connecting to the Brazos River. Deer Head Bluff sits in the middle of the property providing prominent views and build-sites. Views extend for miles in all directions on the plateau created by Deer Head Bluff. This area is ideal for a potential home or headquarters overlooking Johnson's Bottom, the only named bottom in Young County on the Brazos River. ATV roads traverse the dense cover, accessing the many desirable characteristics. Split by the bluff, the northern portion consists of thick mesquites with a good mix of oaks and elms, while fertile soils in the southern river bottomland explode with diversity: post oak, pecan, cottonwood, elm, green ash, Texas ash, American elm, and more. This acreage is complete with electricity meters, a water meter, a fenced camp with 10+ RV hookups, and a storm shelter. Granny's River Ranch sits just five miles west of Newcastle, Texas, on the western side of Young County, with paved frontage and a county road providing access to the top of the bluff. An owner could easily create an exceptional trophy ranch with this raw canvas of extraordinary characteristics. Broker's Comments -- Grannie's River Ranch provides the best 360-degree hilltop build-sites available in Young County. Deer Head Bluff adds exceptional character that is hard to duplicate. California Creek holds water most of the year and creates diversity throughout the ranch as it runs into the Brazos River. Ranch roads are rough but good enough to traverse the land and get to the Brazos. Fenced river access has an ATV path to the water, although the frontage has "beach-front" river access opportunities with a bit of clearing. Grannie's River Ranch is an excellent hunting property with high-end land characteristics. *WATER & TERRAIN* - 90+/- ft of total elevation change; Deer Head Bluff dramatically drops down to flat river bottoms - Deer Head Bluff-85 ft hill with a 15 ac plateau-Ideal build-sites; Accessible by G. Clark Rd - Mature mesquite with large live oak clusters; Post oak, cottonwood, elm on draws, creeks & hills - 1,980 ft of Brazos River frontage-Before the Clear Fork connects, drive-up access - 4,850 ft of California Creek (seasonal); Before & after Bull Creek connects to California Creek - 270 acres located in a 100-year flood zone; South 1/2 and eastern boundary - 4 Small tanks/ponds on the north end, a small pond on the side of the hill--1/4ac to 1/3ac - 2 draws on the north side run into California Creek with pond potential; 2 other small draws - Some water wells in area 20ft-200ft-Not Reliable; - Fort Belknap Water Meter *COVER & WILDLIFE* - Wildlife--Leased for hunting; willing to stay; Whitetail Deer, hogs, duck, dove, and varmint - Tree Cover--100% wooded; Mesquites, post oak, live oak, elm, hackberry, pecans - Underbrush--Heavy; Elbowbush, bumelia, skunkbush, prickly pear, greenbrier, catclaw - Native Grasses-- 1 unit per 25 acres; ag exempt, leased for grazing; willing to stay - Cultivation & Soils--No cultivation; 19 ac-mesquite regrowth; Lincoln & Truce fine sandy loam *RANCHING & HUNTING IMPROVEMENTS* - Inset Gate From Road; Two 15 X 20 ft carports - Fenced around hunting camp & carports - Fort Belknap Electricity Meter - Completely Fencing-- Good on North, East & South sides; Poor on West - Cross fences-Fair to poor; 260-ac south-pasture w/pond; 145-ac north-pasture w/3 pond - ATV roads access most of the land & desirable characteristics *MINERALS & WIND* - 2 dry holes on the RRC map; 1 visible well on aerial - 25% of the mineral estate owned and will convey with the land - No visible wind turbines; No transmission lines or substations nearby - No known wind lease in the immediate area; Wind leases confirmed 10 miles S, W, & N - All owned wind rights convey - Active sand mining 1 mile east of the subject property- - (income-producing potential) *ACCESS & DISTANCES* - Gate on the north end on FM 926-1,985 ft of frontage (paved) - 5 miles west of Newcastle (gas & food) & Hwy 380 - 18 miles west of Graham (Municipal Airport); 18 miles southwest of Olney (Municipal Airport) - 108 miles northwest of Fort Worth; 135 miles to DFW International Airport Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to get in touch with a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All of the information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers but cannot accept deals; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$7,500,000  •  350 acres
What feels like driving into a national park teeming with wildlife, is the most accurate depiction of South San Juan Basin Ranch, Chromo Valley, Colorado. This deeded 350 acre, end of the road, top of the mountain, incomparably appointed, and landscaped paradise is located + - 30 minutes (28 miles) below Pagosa Springs, Co. Every photo attached to this listing was taken on/from the property.
Contact for Price  •  340 acres
340 ± Acres 4BR/3.5BA custom home In-ground pool Horse barn Equipment barn Well and rural water Two ponds Low-fenced Some of the best Whitetail hunting in Brown County
$867,790  •  322 acres
The Back 320 is the ideal property for any outdoorsman looking for a private hunting ranch or build-site in the woods. This acreage is located roughly 3/4 of a mile down a private lane (no traffic) and is completely fenced for cattle. This land has mature mesquite and sizeable live oak clusters that provide the ideal habitat for the local whitetail to thrive. Good ATV roads traverse the heavy timber and give access to the character of the land. Some roads are used as small food plots to boost the food supply in the middle of the property without losing the mature cover. A draw typically holding water creates an exceptional environment for the waterfowl as it "snakes" back to the largest pond perfectly positioned in the middle of the pasture. Multiple draws meander through the land, then connect to Middle Kings Creek, where the post oaks emerge, providing abundant acorns and adding to the diverse habitat. Agent's Comments -- Almost entirely surrounded by a larger ranch, the Back 320 is ideal for the hunter that wants to let young deer walk and convert the mature bucks into wall hangers. All oilfield traffic is limited to the northwest corner without accessing or disturbing the majority of the property. Big bonuses are the electricity readily available on the property, and the Fort Belknap Water Supply line is at FM 1710 with water meters available. *WATER & TERRAIN* - 2 Ponds-0.75-acre, 0.45-acre, and other small holes of water - Middle pond stocked with crappie - Middle Kings Creek crosses the SW corner - Fort Belknap Water Line on road - 50+/- ft of heavily rolling elevation; High points with views; Low areas holding water - Hill along southern boundary; Post Oaks, Elms, and Live Oaks in SW portion - Thick Mesquites in the multiple with deep draws; Potential for more surface water *COVER & WILDLIFE* - Wildlife--Owner hunts; Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, duck, mourning and white-wing dove, hog, varmint - Tree Cover--100% Heavily wooded; Mostly Mesquite, Post Oak, Live Oak clusters, Elm, Hackberry - Underbrush--Heavy; Lotebush, Bumelia, Skunkbush, Prickly Pear, Turkey Pear - Native Grasses--Thick; Not currently grazed; Ideal bedding areas along the draws in the SE corner - Cultivation & Soils--No cultivation; small food plots *MINERALS & WIND* - 5 Active wells on less than 50 acres; Provides electricity availability - Accessed from the north neighbor; O&G does not drive on the lane or the majority of the land - Surface estate only; No minerals owned - No visible wind turbines; No known wind lease in the immediate area - All owned wind rights convey *ACCESS & DISTANCES* - FM 1710 Frontage (paved); Gate on the east side of the road - 2 miles north of Woodson and Hwy 183 - 17 miles southeast of Throckmorton (Airport) - 34 miles west of Graham (Airport w/ Fuel) - 125 miles west of Fort Worth - 214 miles northeast of Midland Listing Agent: Travis Patterson (254)246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Please contact a Campbell Farm& Ranch team member for a showing. The information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. The listing information is subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. The seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
Contact for Price  •  320 acres
320 ± Acres Located just 20± minutes from Weatherford Access on Highway 281 and FM 52 40± Acre peach orchard Three ponds Excellent grazing pastures Good brush covers the land Abundant native wildlife Endless improvement possibilities
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$1,182,000  •  320 acres
Overview: The L&K Ranch is a very beautiful and desirable property offering the best a recreational ranch can offer. Thick hardwoods, excellent topography, a seasonal creek and great access all combine to set this property above the rest. Located between Graham and Newcastle, Texas, access from the Dallas/ Ft. Worth area is convenient. The ranch is perfect for fishing, hunting, hiking or mountain biking. The L&K Ranch is one of the most beautiful properties in Young County and would make an excellent home location and country retreat. Location: L & K Ranch is located approximately 9.5 miles west of Graham, TX fronting on Hwy 380 in a quality area near Newcastle, Texas. Drive times from the metroplex are approximately 2 hours from Dallas and 1.5 hours due west of Fort Worth, Texas. Directions:From Graham, head west on Highway 380 approximately 9.5 miles to Rux Road. Turn right (or north) on Rux Road and travel one (1) mile. The southern entrance gate is located on the right. There are two entrances to the ranch located on Rux road. Terrain: L & K Ranch boasts excellent topography with a high ridgeline located in the southern portion of the property. Beautiful views and large limestone rock formations line the base of this hilltop. Lying just below this location runs Rattlesnake Creek. This is a tributary of Salt Creek that ultimately feeds Lake Graham located 1.5 miles to the east. This creek meanders through the heart of the ranch creating some nice deep draws from west to east. The riparian area along the creek is lined with mature elm and post oak trees and features beautiful limestone rock formations. Pastureland to the north is more open with native grass, scattered mesquite and scenic limestone outcrops. Vegetation: Tree cover consists mainly of mature post oaks with scattered elm, live oaks, hackberry, mesquite and a mix of other trees commonly found in this area. Forbs, browse and cactus species include elbowbush, skunkbush, bumelia, and lotebush and are all present to provide a great wildlife habitat. Native grasses include thick pockets of bluestem, switchgrass, Texas wintergrass, dropseed, Indiangrass and a variety of other grasses. Wildlife habitat and pastureland is above average and in excellent condition. Water: There are two earthen stock tanks located on the property providing water for cattle and wildlife. The larger tank is located in the southern portion of the ranch and is approximately one (1) acre in size. The second tank is approximately 1/4 acre in size. Rattlesnake Creek is a wet weather creek that creates nice pockets of water during the rainy season. Currently there is a shallow 30-foot water well in the north that can produce water for the cattle. There have been deeper producing water wells drilled just north and east of this ranch. A good water table is believed to be located between 200 to 300 feet in depth. Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, dove, ducks, aoudad and native wildlife species are plentiful and provide great hunting and viewing. The aoudad population is believed to be the product of the Possum Kingdom fires in 2011. Several high fence game ranches released the aoudad during these fires and their populations have continued to grow in this area of Young County. Several have been seen on game cameras and the current hunters have confirmed one kill. This property also provides excellent hunting for varmints of all kinds. The ranch is in a good location for several wildlife species. Fencing: Fencing is in fair to excellent condition. The south and east fence lines of the ranch have been recently replaced. The north and west fence lines are older but still hold cattle inside the property. There is no internal cross fencing. Internal Roads & Access: A good system of roads provide access around the property. Recent road work has improved internal access substantially. Rux road runs along the west side of the ranch allowing good access to the two entrance gates in all weather conditions. Surface Leases: A cattle and hunting lease is currently in place but can be canceled with the sale if desired. Water Well & Hauling: Erwin water well service believes a good underground water supply is located between 200 to 300 feet in depth. Fresh water can also be delivered from M.I.P water service in Graham, Texas. 1000 gallons of fresh water cost $150 delivered. Electricity: Ft. Belknap Electric Cooperative provides electricity to this property currently. There is a meter located on the north side of the property by the cattle pens. Minerals: Mineral ownership is unknown. There is no current oil and gas production currently. School District: Newcastle ISD. Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Listing Broker. Price: $3695 per acre ($1,182,000) Contact: Jack Fauntleroy- Broker 940-550-4432 mobile Blake Hortenstine-Broker 214-616-1305 mobile
$2,236,770  •  258 acres
Wizard Valley Ranch lies west of Lake Bridgeport across the Jack County Line. A rarely traveled Green Elm Rd splits this 257-acre property with approximately 45 acres of rugged post-oak-covered land on the northwest side and 212 acres of rolling mesquites with a mix of oaks on the southeast side. Phenomenal build sites lie along the flat-topped hill on the western boundary providing spectacular views of Lake Bridgeport. The road outlines the terrain with the southeastern side containing a mix of mature mesquite flats with scattered live-oak clusters and thick post-oaks on the draws and high parts of the rolling elevation. All four reliable ponds are on the 212-acre portion, with multiple draws providing more surface water potential. ATV roads traverse this raw land giving access to most of the characteristics. Wizard Valley Ranch is truly a blank canvas of land ready for one to build as desired. Broker's Comments -- Wizard Valley Ranch is a rugged piece of land with hill-top lake views, and ample room on top of the hill for multiple build sites or a headquarters with a barn and more. This land has obvious development potential with a raw, mature cover and ample road frontage on Green Elm Rd as it comes to a dead-end. Yet, it also fits the bill for any End User wanting to build or own recreational land within an hour of DFW. Wizard Valley Ranch sits at the end of a dead-end road just 1.6 miles North of Wizard Wells (Pop. less than 1,000). Green Elm Rd is county-maintained while being primarily utilized by one other landowner located past this property and the Tarrant County Water Board for access. *WATER & TERRAIN* - Water well, 240ft per map, ample underground water in the area - 4 Small tanks/ponds on SE side--1/4ac to 1/3ac; 2 small holes of water on NE - 2 Small draws combine running NE; 2 other draws combine running SE - 160+/- ft Total elevation change; 100 ft hill on the west; heavily rolling on the east side - Heavy post oaks on draws and hills; mature mesquite flats with large live oak mottes - 1,000 ft south of the headwaters of Lake Bridgeport (surface area: 11,954acre); borders the Tarrant Co Water Board land *COVER & WILDLIFE* - Wildlife--Leased for hunting; willing to stay; Whitetail Deer, duck, dove, hog, varmint - Tree Cover--100% wooded; Live Oak, Post Oak, Red Oak, Mesquite, Pecan, Elm, Cedar & Hackberry - Underbrush--Heavy; Elbowbush, Bumelia, Skunkbush, Lotebush, Prickly Pear, Turkey Pear, Greenbrier - Native Grasses--Stocking rate 1 unit per 25 acres; not overgrazed; ag exempt, leased for grazing; Willing to stay - Cultivation & Soils--No cultivation; Thurber Clay Loam, Truce Fine Sandy Loam *MINERALS & WIND* - 4 Temporarily abandoned gas wells; multiple plugged wells; 2 pipelines - No owned minerals convey - No visible wind turbines; no known wind lease in the immediate area - All owned wind rights convey *ACCESS & DISTANCES* - Gate on each side of the Green Elm Rd-2,825 ft of frontage on both sides (dirt) - 1.6 miles north of Wizard Wells and FM 1156 (paved) - 20 miles west of Bridgeport (Municipal Airport); 28 miles east of Jacksboro - 60 miles northwest of Fort Worth (International Airport) Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Please contact a Campbell Farm& Ranch team member for a showing. The information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. The listing information is subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. The seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$1,300,000  •  255 acres
TLD Bar Ranch East TLD Bar Ranch East consists of 255+/- acres of rolling pasture, mature timber creek bottoms, and is the eastern portion of the TLD Bar Ranch that is currently listed with TT Ranch Group. Having been in the same family for many years this portion of the ranch is currently being operated as a cattle operation. Location Located in Wise County 6 miles west of Decatur, TX on FM 1810 and 45 miles from Fort Worth. Habitat & Topography The ranch has a good mixture of timber and pasture with about 75% of the ranch being pasture and the balance in mature timber along the creek. Along the creeks there is a large number of mature pecan and oak trees that provide a great habitat for wildlife and cattle. With the size and number of pecan trees there is a potential for harvesting the pecans if the owner wanted to do so. Cattle The TLD Bar Ranch East is an ideal cattle operation with strategically placed working facilities on the western side of the property and numerous small traps that are perfect for rotating and backgrounding cattle. Of the 255 acres about 100 acres has been in cultivation in the past but is currently being used as a hay field and grazed by cattle. Wildlife Located throughout the ranch is a good population of whitetail deer, hogs, and occasionally wild turkeys cross through the property. Waterfowl and migratory birds are also in abundance throughout different times of year. Water Water to the property is provided by a well located at the cattle pens on the western border and by the roughly one mile of frontage on both sides of Big Sandy Creek and several small ponds. Utilities Electric is available at the cattle working pens. Water well located at cattle working pens. Minerals Please consult with the broker regarding minerals.
$2,668,000  •  232 acres
232 +|- Acres located off highway 219 just outside of Cranfills Gap, Texas. The ranch is located in southern Bosque County just 45 minutes from Waco, 1 hr 45 minutes from the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, and approximately 2 hours from Austin, TX. This property hasn't changed hands in over 28 years. There is road frontage on 4 sides-- Highway frontage off 219 (3300 ft.), CR 4205 (approx. 4300 ft.), CR 4205 N (2700 ft.), CR 4205 to curve (1100 ft.). The ranch features and excellent mix of pastures that are crossed fenced with native grasses. There is a set of working pens as well as the original barn on the property. There is a 4000 sq. ft. metal open hay barn. The property has two seasonal creeks, and (3) seasonal ponds, and one large tank that holds water all year long. Elevation on the ranch ranges from approximately 1020 +/- feet above sea level, to approximately 980 +/- feet above sea level with sunset views at the higher point. There is (1) Mustang Valley Water Meter on the ranch and (1) deep water well. This property makes an excellent cattle ranch, or hunting property. Taxes: $900 with Ag. Exemption. Minerals: Contact Broker *this property does have deed restrictions Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds or a letter of qualification prior to scheduling a showing. Exclusively Listed by Stefanie Cobb (972) 989-5220 and Tai Cobb-Klam (254) 253-0157. Cobb Properties strives to represent all properties accurately. All information contained herein has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. However, no warranty or guarantee is made as to the accuracy of the information. *Buyer(s) agent/broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed the possibility of fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of this firm.