Jack Fauntleroy

Jack Fauntleroy was raised in Texas and Oklahoma and graduated from Highland Park H.S. in Dallas, Texas in 1987. He was then accepted to The University of Texas at Austin where he received his bachelors of Science degree in communications, in 1993. Upon graduation, Jack was hired by Clear Channel Communications in Austin where he worked in the radio advertising industry until August 2000. In August, Jack was hired by Cox Radio in Houston, Texas were he continued his work in the advertising field. In September of 2002, Jack joined the family business and moved to Throckmorton, Texas to run The Fauntleroy Hunting lodge and Bed and Breakfast. Jack added the namesake pizza business “Jack’s Pizza” to the family operation in 2003 and continues to work out the old Fauntleroy home to this day. In his spare time, Jack was president and co- creator of the World Championship Rocky Mountain Oyster Festival and BBQ Cook off (Est. 2002), President of the Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture for 3 separate years, and a member of the Throckmorton Volunteer Fire department. Jack now helps raise 3 children (Brad, Ryan and Olivia) with his wife, Angela Fauntleroy. In February 2007, Jack received his salesperson license with the TREC and is a proud member of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC, where he helps with, among other things, advertising Texas ranches for sale.
$549,120  •  84.48 acres
General Description: The Little Dry Creek Ranch is located just east of Graham, Texas in Young County. This 84.48 +/- acre ranch has electricity, rural water access and would make an ideal location for a future country home. This ranch offers beautiful scenic views, mature hardwoods, large rock outcrops and a nice portion of Little Dry Creek. It is a very private, smaller ranch with an 1145-foot easement lane back to the property from the main road. This ranch is perfect for the first-time ranch owner! Directions: In Graham, Texas travel east on Hwy 380 from the intersection of Hwy 67 and Hwy 380. Travel east on Hwy 380 for approximately 3.58 miles, to Deadwood Road located on the south side of Hwy 380. Turn right (or south) on Deadwood Road. There is a silver ranch entrance gate approximately 700 ft down on the left side of the road. Terrain: Little Dry Creek Ranch has beautiful scenic views to the south and east, good elevation changes and beautiful rock outcroppings. The ranch is covered in Post and Live Oaks and approximately 600 feet of Little Dry Creek traverses the southeastern corner of the ranch. There is one (1) smaller stock tank on the western side of the property and a good system of roads throughout the ranch. There are many cleared hunting lanes and two (2) small food plots centrally located. Barn: There is an older, 800 square foot barn with a concrete floor located in the center of the property. The barn has lots of room for indoor storage or hay and a covered feeding area on the south side. The area around the barn is fenced and an old historic windmill still stands and turns in the wind in the barn area. Habitat: Large post and live oak trees with a light mix of cedar and mesquite, covers the majority of the ranch. Elm, live oaks, willows, post oak and a variety of other trees can be found along Little Dry Creek and in the Southeast corner of this ranch. Browse and native grasses that are beneficial to wildlife are plentiful throughout the entire ranch. This ranch has some very thick pockets of hardwoods perfect for sustaining wildlife. A large land owner shares the southern fence line on the back side of this property. Wildlife/ Hunting: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Quail, Dove, Feral Hogs, and Varmints such as coyotes and bobcats can be found on the property. The deer hunting is excellent with the heavy cover and good water supply. Leases: There is currently an active hunting lease and no active cattle/grazing lease. Fencing: The fencing is in good to excellent condition across the ranch. The fence line that crosses the creek is in fair to pour condition but is in good enough shape to hold animals in or out of the perimeter. Water supply: The ranch owner has a water meter reserved with Graham East Water Supply. The meter can be transferred to a new owner upon closing. Electricity: There is an electric line running inside the property owned by the seller. This line runs along the front fence of the ranch and will be conveyed to new owner at closing. Oncor is the electric provider in this area. Legal Description: 84.48 +/- acres in N Lynch -Abstract 0171 and JG Hill Abstract 1809. Taxes: This property is agriculturally exempt and 2021 Taxes are estimated to be $251.81. Price: $6500 per acre ($549,120) Contact: Jack Fauntleroy - Associate Broker 940-550-4432 mobile
Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC

Jack Fauntleroy
10711 Preston Road, Suite 240
Dallas, TX 75230

Mobile: 940-550-4432
Office: 4692224076