Blake Hortenstine

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$6,400,170  •  1,828 acres
Indian Hills Ranch is one of the most scenic ranches anywhere. It is an incredible recreational hunting property while having strong native pastures for grazing cattle. All you hear on the ranch is nature; no highway noise or city lights. The ranch is located 12 miles NW of Comanche with large neighbors in a desirable area. It has 2 miles of beautiful Patridge Creek creating a valley with mountain ranges and hilltops on both sides of the creek with over 350' of elevation change. Abundant red oaks and live oaks, 6 wildlife food plots, plentiful turkey & deer, rock boulders, outcroppings, overhangs, lookout points, and "Indian caves". This low-fence ranch produced a buck in the 170" B&C class, is in TPWD MLD Program, has 5 pastures, 2 deep stock tanks, 5 smaller ponds, a 2880 SF 5/2 quality home, a metal ~1,800 SF 4-bay shop with rollup doors, ~1,550 SF rustic barn/hangout area with walk-in cooler and game cleaning area attached, superb road system with 5 passable creek crossings, 4 water wells, abundant Indian artifacts, and simply stunning. All minerals owned convey and there is no production or leases. Few ranches with all the unique attributes of this high-quality property exist in today's market. Visit our website for full write-up and complete details. $3500 per acre ($6,400,170)
$2,668,000  •  1,160 acres
East of the Arbuckle Mountains, in an area once known as the “Field of Eden”, Indian Chiefs from the Southern Plains Tribes would journey with their sick and ill to a place with spring water so pure it was believed to cleanse both body and soul. Long before the land would ever be seen by early 1500’s era explorers, the Southern Plains Indian Tribes would bathe in the curative and spiritually powerful springs near present-day Sulphur. Today, just 8 miles northeast of those same creeks, the Medicine Springs Ranch is offered “For Sale” for the first time in over 90 years.
$575,000  •  105 acres
Lazy M Ranch on Pecan Creek105+/- AcresHunt County, TexasLocation: Lazy M Ranch is located in northeastern Hunt County, approximately 9 +/- miles north of Commerce, Texas. The ranch sits on the north side of CR 4809 and is conveniently located a short 1.25-hour drive from downtown Dallas. Physical address is 4434 CR 4809 Ladonia, TX, 75449.Directions: From Dallas, the ranch gate is approximately 87 miles to the northeast. Take Interstate 30 East towards Texarkana for approximately 49 +/- miles, exiting at Texas Highway 24 towards Commerce. Travel 13 miles and exit North to State Highway 50. In 6.8 +/- miles, turn right onto CR 4809 and the entrance to the ranch will be on your left.From Commerce, TX, take State Highway 50 North for approximately 9 miles, turning right at CR 4809. The main entrance to the ranch will be on your left in 1/10th +/- miles.Terrain & Wildlife Habitat: The ranch sits between 535' and 563' above sea level. The western boundary is formed by Pecan Creek, abutting the property for approximately 0.60 +/- miles. Areas with excellent tree cover and mature timber on the western portion of the property are ideally placed next to some open areas with good soils for food plots. Whitetail deer, hogs and other game use Pecan Creek as a travel corridor. These areas have some flooded timber and bottom land on the West side and give way to pastures and water features in the central portions of the property. Three lakes on the property have been stocked and all hold water year-round.Improvements: Improvements on the ranch are divided between two headquarters, with the main home, hunting room, and shop just north of CR 4809; a r-panel barn and a cabin sit on the northeast corner of the property.The main home is 1484 SF under A/C - a 2 bed / 2 bath home with a living room, full kitchen, overflow/game room and laundry room. The hunting headquarters is a standalone structure measuring 324 SF directly north of the main house, with ample space for hanging racks for waders and decoys, gun safes, etc. Just north of the main home and hunting headquarters is an 1,800 SF shop on a slab with insulation and two open bays measuring 30' by 18' and 8' by 10' suitable for storing equipment out of the elements.In the northeast corner of the property is a 3,600 SF r-panel barn on a slab with full bath and all utilities to the structure; the barn includes an 18' by 60' covered drive through. A standalone 240 SF cabin with full bath, septic and 6' x 12' front porch is also located here.Water: There are three (3) earthen stock tanks including one, deep lake that is approximately 6 +/- acres. Every lake on the property was stocked in 2012 with Largemouth Bass, Black Crappie and associated baitfish, records can be provided upon inquiry.Lazy M Lake is a 6 +/- acre lake and located in close proximity to the headquarters. Year-round water provides excellent habitat for the Largemouth Bass and Catfish that have been stocked. Current owner reports catching 7-8 lb. bass out of this lake.Lily Pad Lake is found in the central and northeastern portions of the ranch and ranges from 4.5-10 +/- acres depending on rainfall. The Lily Pad Lake attracts migrating waterfowl in the winter, and the owner has reported large flocks of waterfowl on the lake in previous years. Fish populations in the Lily Pad Lake are reportedly very strong.Roberts Lake is a 1 +/- acre stock pond on the northwest side of the property. Surrounded by timber, this pond is truly a scenic and secluded body of water. It holds water year-round and 3-4 lb. largemouth bass have recently been caught from this body of water.Wildlife: The Whitetail Deer herd on the Lazy M ranch has not been hunted under current ownership and deer live throughout the sanctuary that this property has become. Hogs, coyotes, varmint and other wildlife species all call the Lazy M Ranch home. Migratory ducks and dove also use the property and provide great hunting opportunities.Waterfowl Potential: Lily Pad Lake and the three wetland cells above it have great potential to be developed into a series of wetlands. The installation of strategically placed agri-drains would allow the bodies of water to be drained and then flooded with fall rains after the planting of smart grass, milo, millet, wild rice, etc. This development would add substantial recreational and real value to the property.Fences: Fencing is in average to good condition. The perimeter of the property is fenced, and new fencing was recently installed along the south and east sides of the property that border county roads.Interior/Exterior Access: Access is provided by CR 4809 and interior roads allow good access to most areas.Utilities: Electricity is provided by Farmers Electric Cooperative and currently runs to the home and to the NE corner of the property servicing the cabin and red-panel barn.Rural water is provided by North Hunt Special Utility District.Minerals: No minerals are in owner's possession.Easements: There are no road easements affecting the property.School District: The property lies in the Commerce Independent School District.Comments: This is a high-quality ranch with high quality recreational components and the structures in place for a new owner to be able to operate and enjoy the ranch from day-one. Close proximity to Dallas (1.25 +/- hours) and numerous water features make this Hunt County property not only a quality investment, but also a property with wide ranging recreational appeal. Please call to schedule a ranch tour. Brokers representing Buyers must be present at all showings to participate in real estate commissions.Legal Description & Acreage: Approximately 105.56 +/- acres located in A0876 Riley T (Righly) AKA ABST 868, Tract 1-3 at 4434 CR 4809 Ladonia, TX 75449 in Hunt County, Texas.Price: $575,000 ($5,476 per acre)Contact:Blake Hortenstine, Broker214-616-1305 mobileChris Wengierski, Agent214-707-3474 mobile
$3,506,930  •  1,070 acres
Location:   Dragoo Creek Ranch is located approximately 3 miles west of Mount Pleasant, Texas, with close proximity to I-30 and road frontage on Hwy 67 for all weather access.  The ranch is a quick one hour and forty- five minute drive east of Dallas, Texas (~112 miles). Overview:   Dragoo Creek Ranch is a beautiful, well-balanced 1,070+/- acre combination ranch nestled in a very desirable area of north central Titus County. The ranch consists of rolling pastures, pristine hardwood timber, planted pine timber, abundant surface water and an incredible balance of ranching and recreational attributes.   Whether cattle ranching, hunting deer and waterfowl, or bass fishing on one of the many lakes found on the ranch, this is a one of a kind offering. The property is surrounded by large ranches and offers a unique opportunity to purchase a large contiguous block of raw undeveloped land. Improvements: This is a raw and well-balanced property ready for a new owner to come in and customize it to their taste. The notable improvements on the property include more than 9 miles of trails, some fencing, and concrete inlet and outlet structures on the lakes. Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch’s fertile soils foster Coastal Bermuda pastures which are dominate to native grasses throughout the property as well as, diverse stands of hardwood and pine timber. Historically, the pastures have been in hay production and managed for optimum production. Tree cover consists of approximately 450 acres of mixed hardwoods and over 145 acres of planted pines. Most of the blocks of planted pines are ready to be thinned providing income potential for the new owner. The diversity of the hardwoods is nothing short of incredible. Planted for optimum production, their placement is also ideal for wildlife with contiguous corridors winding across the entire property. Species include white oak, saw tooth oak, burr oak, swamp chestnut oak, a variety of red oaks, hickory, walnut, cypress and black gum among others. The diversity is unmatched even with some of the best stands of native timber. Native forbs and browse are also plentiful and provide robust habitat for wildlife. Water: The ranch has an abundance of water dispersed across the ranch that includes over 220 acres of surface water ranging from ~5-acre ponds to 10-acre wetlands to two lakes exceeding ~40 acres in size respectively. In addition, there are three lakes ~ 14 acres in size, two ~20 acre lakes, and multiple ponds and wetlands. All water resources serve wildlife and livestock alike. The larger lakes are also deep enough to support seasonal irrigation. Topography:   The Dragoo Creek Ranch possesses rolling terrain most that drains well and is easily accessed by ATV. Wildlife and fisheries: The Seller has not permitted hunting for the last 20+ years fostering a sanctuary for various species of wildlife. There is an abundance of Whitetail deer in this part of Titus County and plenty of other wildlife species for recreational enjoyment.  The myriad of surface water and various wetlands provide incredible waterfowl habitat for migrating ducks and geese. Resident wood ducks and Canada geese also use this natural habitat and the numerous wood duck boxes in the spring for nesting. Excellent fishing opportunities abound in many of the lakes on the ranch. Livestock production: This ranch offers over ~230 acres of improved pastures that have been previously fertilized and managed for hay production/grazing.   There is some cross-fencing on the north portion of the ranch suitable for cattle. Minerals: Surface only Utilities: Electricity runs to the east portion of the ranch parallel to HWY 67 and along the south boundary along the service road. Ask broker for details regarding access to electricity and subsurface water. Property Taxes: The majority of  Dragoo Creek Ranch currently carries an Agriculture Exemption.  Ask Broker for details. Schools:  Mount Pleasant ISD Price:$3,506,930 ($3,277 per acre) The ranch can be divided as follows (click each link to view details): Dragoo Creek Ranch-WEST, 496+/- acres Dragoo Creek Ranch-CENTRAL, 495+/- acres Dragoo Creek Ranch-EAST, 79+/- acres Contact: Cash McWhorter – Broker/Partner (469) 222-4076, Stephen Schwartz – Agent (903) 738-7882, Casey Berley, ALC-Broker (214) 422-7253,
$1,406,100  •  654 acres
Location: Rocky Top Ranch is located in the Southeastern portion of Shackelford County. It is approximately 14.5 miles southeast of Albany and 7.5 miles north of Moran, Texas. The ranch is located southeast of the intersection of FM 576 and CR 142 with frontage on both roads.Directions:From Albany, Texas take Highway 6 southeast 1.2 miles to FM 601. Turn Left on FM 601 and travel 12.5 miles until the road ends at FM 576 (stop sign). Turn right on FM 576 and follow it south for half a mile until the road turns back to the west. Rocky Top Ranch is located on the south side of FM 576 after this turn. Continue on FM 576 for 1 mile to CR 142. Turn left or south on CR 142. There is an entrance on FM 576 and two entrance gates located on the county road. Access is very good with little traffic on either road. Terrain& Wildlife Habitat:Prime mesquite and live oak country. This ranch features a nice rolling topography with subtle draws and drainages that feed big, well defined stock tanks. The mesquites on the northern portion of the property have been strategically grubbed and raked into brush piles while leaving the larger mesquites and some blocks of trees and treelines. There is an excellent defined ridgeline covered with Live Oaks located the perfect distance from FM 576 making for an exceptional building location on the northern end of the property facing S/SE across the subject property. There is a large hilltop located on the eastern fence line perfect for hiking, arrowhead hunting or taking in the beautiful views below. This hilltop is traditionally known as Rocky Top. Water: There are five (5) earthen stock tanks on the ranch that provide water to livestock and wildlife. Three (3) of the five tanks are excellent with deep water, good fishing, and have not gone dry in previous droughts. A rural water line is also located on the western side of the ranch down CR 142 with service provided by Ft. Griffin Special Utilities District. Wildlife:This is a great wildlife ranch with plenty of whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, quail, ducks, feral hogs and varmints such as coyotes and bobcats. Hunting should be excellent with large neighboring ranches to the southeast and across FM 576 to the north. There is a small hunting camp with electricity for the hunters that lease this property and some additional acreage owned by a relative of the owner. Fishing in several of the stock tanks should be good.LandManagement & EQUIP Program: There are two (2) pastures on the ranch. The north pasture is approximately 269+/- acres and the south pasture is 370+/- acres. The south pasture is currently enrolled in the EQUIP Program through the NRCS/ FSA which expires in December 2020. Approximately 195 acres of the 269 acres has been grubbed and raked with scattered larger mesquite trees, treelines, and different blocks of woods left in place for wildlife, cattle, and aesthetics. The northern pasture was planted in a variety of grasses including Kleingrass, sideoats grama, tall dropseed, green sprangletop, little bluestem, Indian grass, and plains bristlegrass. These areas are well established and excellent for cattle and wildlife. There are also funds available to spray prickly pear on approximately 70 acres in the north pasture in the coming year. This program will be transferred to the new owner. Fences & Pens:Internal fencing separates this ranch into two (2) pastures perfect for rotating cattle rotation. Fencing around the ranch is in good to excellent condition. A nice set of steel working pens is located in the center of the ranch. Several water sources around the ranch provide plentiful water for livestock and wildlife. Cattle pens are in good condition.Interior/Exterior Access: There is a good system of interior roads that provides access to most areas. The northern fence line has an entry gate on FM 576 and there are two (2) entrances on CR 142. Utilities:Electricity is provided by Comanche Electric Cooperative. Water is provided by Fort Griffin Special Utility District. Rural water is located on the western side of the property on CR 142. This line could be easily run to the hunting camp area, a future home site or used to enhance the livestock and cattle watering options.Minerals:Negotiable depending on offer. Owner is believed to own 1/4 of the mineral estate. There are two oil wells, one gas well, and a set of battery tanks currently on the ranch. This production is older, clean, and has a minor impact on the quality of the property. There is a good all-weather road providing access to the battery tanks located a short distance off of CR 142. Easements: There are no road easements affecting the property. A natural gas pipeline traverses the western side of the ranch from north to south with a maintained right of way. This is a buried line having no impact on the quality of the property. There may be other pipeline easements typical for this area. SchoolDistrict:Moran ISD.Comments: This is a high quality, beautiful property perfect for a future country home. It is located in the heart of the very prestigious Shackelford County and is a great ranch to run cattle, hunt or just enjoy the great outdoors. This would be considered an "Albany" property with a pleasant drive to Albany. Please call to schedule a ranch tour. Brokers representing Buyers must be present at all showings.Legal Description & Acreage:Approximately 653.4 acres located in Abstract 0803, BOH Survey, Section 15 in Shackelford County, TX.Price:$2150 per acre ($1,406,100)Contact:Blake Hortenstine-Broker/Partner214.616.1305 mobileJack Fauntleroy-Agent940.550.4432 mobile
Contact for Price  •  4,795.1 acres
Manicured, improved hay pastures roll gently into thick hardwood forests on the Clay Hill Ranch, which, by any measure, is an exceptional property. With nearly 4,800 +/- contiguous deeded acres, this East Texas ranch is uncommonly large for the area and very productive. Approximately 750 cultivated acres have historically produced an average of 9,000+ round bales of hay in three cuttings per year without livestock production. The owner has recently implemented a cattle feeding program designed to accommodate an Angus herd consistently grazing up to 800+ head under rotational grazing while maintaining a significant hay crop yielding 2-3000 4' x 6' round bales. Two large live creeks, numerous creek draws, two lakes stocked with fish, and more than 22 stock tanks provide ample water for livestock and wildlife. Numerous large potential lake sites exist throughout the ranch. Managed wetlands attract migrating and resident waterfowl. And then there is the game, large and small, whitetail deer, wild hogs, and doves. It is no wonder that thousands of years ago the Caddo Indian culture flourished here.The improvements on the Clay Hill Ranch are well considered and beautifully maintained. A custom stone ranch house, completed in 2011, has 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths in 5,898 +/- square feet, with adjoining guest quarters for family and friends. Operational facilities include a 10,000-square-foot equipment barn and office, two modular houses for hunting parties, and a manager's residence. Located a short distance from Interstate 45, the Clay Hill Ranch is less than two hours driving time from Dallas and less than three hours from both Houston and Austin. Location, productive agriculture, beautiful terrain, abundant wildlife, and gracious and practical improvements - the Clay Hill Ranch is all encompassing.LOCATION: Clay Hill Ranch is located 7.5 miles west of Fairfield, Texas in Freestone County. The ranch location provides a convenient drive from Dallas (95 miles north), Houston (150 miles south), and Austin (155 miles southwest).Teague Municipal Airport is located approximately 9 miles southwest of Clay Hill Ranch and offers runway length of approximately 3300 feet.THE LAND: As the story goes, Freestone County, carved from the larger Limestone County in 1850, was named for a type of indigenous stone found here, though the soil is not particularly rocky. Throughout the county, the soils vary from loamy to claypan with a sandy or loamy surface. On the Clay Hill Ranch, Bermuda grasses and strategically planted food plots for wildlife thrive in the sandy loam soil. At least six types of oak trees - red oaks, live oaks, sand oaks, post oaks, pin oaks, and water oaks - grow in dense groves and forests along with ash, blue jack, elm, and black walnut trees. Junipers give cover to wildlife, river birch grow along the creeks, and bursts of white dogwood blossoms herald the arrival of spring. East Texas beauty abounds over every rolling hay filled pasture and through the dense hardwood canopy.THE STORY: Every place has its story and so it is with the Clay Hill Ranch. Gunfights, Texas Rangers and Moonshiners first brought this ranch into notoriety. This story begins with moonshine - a hot commodity in Freestone County during Prohibition - and ends with a deadly shootout. In 1928, newspapers breathlessly reported on the Freestone "Moonshine Wars." The story has only enlarged with time. What happened was this: Texas Rangers were sent to bust up the stills, which the moonshiner didn't take kindly to. Shots were fired and a ranger died. More rangers were sent for the moonshiner and his sons. They didn't go quietly. Another gun battle ensued and to no one's surprise, the moonshiner died in a hail of bullets. His cabin still stands today on the ranch, a relic of a bygone era.CLIMATE: Summers are typically Texan-hot with July highs in the mid-90s and occasional rains interrupt to cool things off. Winters are pleasantly mild with January highs in the upper 50s and lows in the mid 30s. Freestone County receives about 42 inches of precipitation a year, almost all of that as rain.ELEVATION: Most of East Texas is only a few hundred feet above sea level and the Clay Hill Ranch is no exception. Rolling hills rise gently from the forests to the hay pastures, from a low of 353 feet to to 510 feet above sea level, a high point with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.WATER: Three spring-fed creeks run through the ranch. The largest two, Hausler Creek and Caney Creek, converge beyond the ranch with Sneed Creek and Walnut Creek. There are also two stocked lakes and more than 22 stock ponds on the ranch. Four operating water wells are located throughout and two of the wells serve the primary residence and other improvements. The ranch boasts significant elevation change that appears to be well suited for adding numerous large lakes, if desired.WETLANDS: There are five managed wetland units strategically placed along the hardwood lined creeks and spring-fed low-lying bottomland that range in size from a 3.25 to 10.5+/- acres. Two of the units have water control structures to permit flooding in the fall and facilitate proper drainage and drawdown in the spring. The flooded green timber, which holds water in the winter, is superb for duck hunting. In dry years, the wetlands can be supplemented with water pumped from the adjacent live water creeks.AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS:Cattle- In addition to the production of superior hay, Clay Hill Ranch pastures are currently being grazed by an Angus herd owned by a notable producer of all natural premium beef. While ranch ownership is not interested in stressing improved pastures, rotational grazing practices yield conservative carrying capacities up to 800+ head while simultaneously harvesting between 2000and 3000 4' x 6' round bales of hay per year.Hay & Forbs- About 750 acres planted in Jiggs & Tifton 85 Bermuda grasses produced an average of 9,000+ 4'x 6' round bales per year from three cuttings prior to running cattle. The horse-quality hay has been tested to have a protein factor of 17 or better. Many of the pastures have been over-seeded with Ball Clover, a legume and natural fertilizer that restores nitrogen to the soil when it dies off in late spring.About 200 acres of food plots planted in clover, wheat, and oats have been strategically located in the middle of the property to provide forage for deer and other wildlife. The soil in the hay fields and food plots is tested annually to determine the best fertilizer mix to maximize output. Potash was applied in 2016. Wooded areas controlled on a burn schedule to encourage the growth of forbs, nutritious native broadleaf plants, for deer and wildlife.FENCING: The ranch has 20+ miles of exterior low fencing consisting of 5-strand barbed wire. Most openings have cattle guards instead of gates to facilitate travel. Interior cross fencing with gates or cattle guards is new, as is a pipe gate at the ranch entrance. All exterior fence lines were cleared in 2018.ROADS: All-weather roads, built over a caliche base with large culverts where needed, provide excellent access throughout the ranch.WILDLIFE: Clay Hill Ranch is known for its excellent hunting opportunities - so good, in fact, that East Texas Outdoors Magazine has written about hog hunting on the place. The oak groves, hardwood forests, creeks, and food plots create a terrific habitat for whitetail deer and wild hogs. On the low-fence ranch, where hunting is fair chase, the deer population has been judiciously managed with supplemental corn and protein feed placed at strategic sites. While it is typical to see a 120-130" buck on Clay Hill, this ranch is also home to larger Boone and Crockett sized deer in the 170-180"class. This Level 3 ranch in the Texas Managed Lands Deer Program, the past 18 years of voluntary habitat management have attracted Freestone county's finest. Reports and details available upon request.At the peak of waterfowl migration, thousands of puddle ducks converge on the managed and natural green timber wetlands. Mallards, widgeons, gadwalls, teal, pintails and wood ducks flock to capture floating acorns, abundant smartweed, and planted millet in the shallow water hardwood bottoms providing unforgettable moments in time.The ranch has been in the Texas Managed Lands Deer Program for 18 years and is currently at Level 3. Participation is voluntary in the Texas Parks & Wildlife Program, which supports wildlife habitat management on private lands. Reports and details are available upon requestIMPROVEMENTS: The Lodge- Constructed in 2011 near the entrance of the ranch, the primary residence, also known as The Lodge, is comprised of five bedrooms and 4.5 baths in a very livable 5,898 SF (per CAD) of air conditioned living space. The ranch-style house has a stone exterior and a standing-seam metal roof, shaded by large, mature live oaks. A sprinkler system waters landscaping around the house. Guest Quarters- An adjoining guest quarters for family and friends is located a short walk under a breezeway from the main ranch house complete with a living room, fully equipped kitchen, bedroom, bath, and a laundry room. The Cabins- The hunters' cabins are nestled in a grove of hardwood trees. In the center of the camp is an outdoor kitchen with a custom wood fired pit that doubles as a wood-fired grill. Concrete pathways connect the cabins and the outdoor cooking/ gathering area lending itself to moonlit fires, family events and the hunting parties basecamp.Equipment Barn- The 10,000-square-foot equipment barn has an office, bathroom, and game-cleaning station.Covered Cattle Pens- Constructed in 2018, in close proximity to the headquarters, is an 80' x 80' covered cattle handling facility.EASEMENTS: Four gas pipeline easements cross the property. Food plots currently grow in the easements.MINERAL RIGHTS: Seller will convey all mineral interest owned with an acceptable offer. There are two gas wells located on the ranch with only 44 acres leased around each well. Furthermore, the ranch is pooled in seven additional wells located off of the property with associated royalty income.UTILITIES:Electricity is provided by Navarro County Electric CooperativeClay Hill Water Supply Corporation provides waterThere are four domestic water wellsImprovements are served by propane gas and septic systemsThe primary residence has a like-new, maintained CAT 60 KW backup diesel generator with a belly tankSCHOOL DISTRICT: Teague Independent School DistrictBROKERS COMMENTS: Clay Hill Ranch is one of the finest low- fence, large ranches in central/east Texas with beautiful rolling terrain and inspiring vistas. The property has been very well managed to promote outstanding livestock/hay production and wildlife habitat. Large populations of whitetail deer, wild hogs, ducks, and dove together with stocked lakes present excellent recreational opportunities for hunting and fishing. Top-quality improvements, live water, contiguous acreage, hardwood timber, minerals, and proximity to Dallas, Houston and Austin make this ranch a rare find.CONTACT: Cash McWhorter- Broker/Partner, 469-222-4076 mobile Casey Berley, ALC- Broker, 214-422-7253 mobile Blake Hortenstine- Broker/Partner, 214-616-1305 mobile
Hortenstine Ranch Company LLC

Blake Hortenstine
10711 Preston Road, Suite 240
Dallas, TX 75230

Mobile: 214-616-1305