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.
$1,836,000  •  960 acres
General Description: This 960+/- acre ranch is located in the southeastern portion of Throckmorton County between CR 328 and CR 324 (Hay Rake Mountain Road). The property is a combination of three (3) separate ranches that are currently on the market but all share fence lines. The 480+/- Acre G.C. Turner Ranch & Big Ridge Ranch 320+/- acres are both listed with Hortenstine Ranch Company and an additional 160 acre is available through another broker. This ranch combination features excellent vistas, beautiful views, thick cover and ten earthen water tanks. Mostly native pastureland with approximately 185 acres in cultivation. A well designed internal road system provides access to all corners of the ranch. This unique combination allows one to mix and match the right size for your hunting needs in Throckmorton County.Directions: From Breckenridge, Texas travel north on Hwy 183. Travel approximately 21 miles north to Woodson, Texas. Travel through downtown Woodson continuing north on Hwy 183. Turn right or north on FM 1710 just as you start to leave town. Travel approximately 3.4 miles to CR 328 and turn left to enter from the south or 4.8 miles north on FM 1710 to CR 324, which will be on the left. Turn left on CR 324 and drive 1.1 miles to the entrance on the left. The entrance will be a red gate at the bottom of the valley. There are multiple access points with this combination.Terrain: The ranch is mostly thick native pastureland with primarily older bull mesquites trees along with some scattered hackberry, chittam, prickly pear, elbow bush and blue bush. Native grasses include Texas winter grass, side oats grama, curly mesquite, and a variety of other grasses common to the area. There are two nice size cultivated fields planted currently in winter wheat. One field is approximately 150 acres and the other field is around 35 acres and ideal for dove hunting. Both fields are fenced with a small tributary flowing through the larger field. There are nice plateaus on the western side as well as north and center portion of the properties. These high points give you exceptional views of the ranch below, and a nice view of southern Throckmorton County.Wildlife/ Hunting: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, quail, dove, feral hogs, and varmints such as coyotes and bobcats can be found on the property. Hunting should be excellent with thick cover and large food plots for wildlife. This ranch combination provides quality cover and habitat with a good natural supply of water.Leases: The cattle lease for all the properties has been with the same family out of Woodson, Texas for many years but can be continued or cancelled with the sale of the property, if desired. There is no hunting lease currently in place on the 480 acre G.C. Turner Ranch and the ranch has not been hunted in years. The two other parcels currently have a hunting lease that can be cancelled with a sale. There is a nice set of cattle pens located in the south-central area of the ranch between two good size earthen tanks.Fencing: The perimeter fences are in good condition. The two cultivated fields also have very good fencing around all edges. The fence line in the center has not been maintained as the cattle operator leases all three properties and the cattle move around the ranches with ease.Stock Water: There are a total of 10 earthen tanks combined on these properties. Five (5) are approximately ( 1/2 ) to one (1) acre in size and the other five (5) are 1/2 acre or smaller in size. These sizes will vary depending on rainfall amounts. These tanks are located in all areas of the ranch and several have excellent catches coming off of the many hillsides. There is also a very nice water tributary flowing through the center of the larger wheat field.Utilities: American Electric Power (AEP) provides electricity to the ranch and is currently located throughout the property. No rural water line is currently accessible. However hauling water along with a water catchment system is very sufficient for any future home or building structure. Broker has complete details and builders in place for this process.Minerals: No minerals are included with this sale.Price: $1,836,000Contact:Jack Fauntleroy- Agent940-550-4432 mobile
$909,600  •  480 acres
General Description: This 480 +/- acre ranch is located in the southeastern portion of Throckmorton County between CR 328 and CR 324 (Hay Rake Mountain Road). This ranch features a rolling topography, rock outcrops and multiple earthen water tanks. Two hilltops overlook the entire ranch and the thick tree canopy below. The G.C. Turner ranch is mainly native pastureland with approximately 185 acres in cultivation. There is an excellent mix of trees, forbs and native grasses. There is a good internal road system already in place. Located just north of Woodson, Texas - this is big ranch country at its best!Directions: From Breckenridge, Texas travel north on Hwy 183. Travel approximately 21 miles north to Woodson, Texas. Travel through downtown Woodson continuing north on Hwy 183. Turn right or north on FM 1710 just as you start to leave town. Travel approximately 4.8 miles north on FM 1710 to CR 324, which will be on the left. Turn left on CR 324 and drive 1.1 miles to the entrance on the left. The entrance will be a red gate at the bottom of the valley.Terrain: G.C. Turner Ranch is mostly thick native pastureland with primarily older, bull mesquites trees with some scattered hackberry, chittam, prickly pear, elbow bush and blue bush. Native grasses include Texas winter grass, side oats grama, curly mesquite, and a variety of other grasses common to the area. There are two nice size cultivated fields currently planted in winter wheat. One field is approximately 150 acres and the other is around 35 acres and ideal for dove hunting. Both fields are fenced with a large tributary flowing through the center of the larger field. There are nice scenic plateau's at the north and center portion of the property. These high points give you exceptional views of the ranch below, as well as a nice portion of Throckmorton County.Wildlife/ Hunting: Throckmorton County is famous for its whitetail deer. There is also an abundance of Rio Grande turkey, dove, feral hogs, and varmints such as coyotes and bobcats. Quail can be found on the property as well. Hunting should be excellent with thick cover and large food plots for wildlife. This ranch provides a good quality habitat with an excellent natural supply of water.Additional Acreage: Currently there are two other ranches for sale that adjoins this ranch on the west boundary line. Those two ranches combine for an additional 480 acres. They are divided up into a 320-acre tract currently listed with this brokerage as "Big Ridge Ranch" plus 160 acres listed with another broker. All of these ranches can be combined for 960 +/- acres total or less if desired.Leases: The current cattle lease has been with the same family out of Woodson for many years and can be cancelled with the sale of the property if desired, or continued. The neighboring owners to the west also have a cattle lease with the same family. There is no hunting lease currently in place and the ranch has not been hunted in years.There is a nice set of cattle pens located in the southwest corner of the ranch between two good size earthen tanks.Fencing: The fence on the north, south and east sides are in good condition. The two cultivated fields also have very good fencing around all edges. The fencing is in good to poor condition on the western line. The neighbor on the west side currently leases cattle to the same ranch family as the G.C. Turner Ranch, therefore no fence line has been maintained.Stock Water: There are 5 earthen tanks on the property. Three (3) are approximately one (1) acre in size and the other two (2) are 1/2 acre in size. These sizes will vary depending on rainfall amounts. There are three (3) located in the central part of the ranch and two (2) in the southern portion. There is also a very nice water tributary flowing through the center of the larger wheat field.Electricity: American Electric Power (AEP) provides electricity to the ranch and is located throughout the property currently.Minerals: No minerals are included with this sale.Legal Description: 480+/- acres described as Abstract 376 TE&L 9601 and Abstract 375 TE&L 9591Taxes: G.C. Turner Ranch is agriculturally exempt. 2018 property taxes were $853.47.Price: $1895 per acre ($909,600)Contact:Jack Fauntleroy- Agent940-550-4432 mobile
$606,400  •  320 acres
General Description: This 320 +/- acre ranch is located in the southeastern portion of Throckmorton County at the end of CR 328. Two high hilltops overlook the entire ranch and the thick tree canopy below. Big Ridge ranch is 100% native pastureland with an excellent mix of trees, forbs and native grasses. There is a good internal road system in place. Located just north of Woodson, Texas - this is big ranch country with very impressive scenic views.Directions: From Breckenridge, Texas travel north on Hwy 183. Travel approximately 21 miles north to Woodson, Texas. Travel through downtown Woodson continuing north on Hwy 183. Turn right or north on FM 1710 just as you start to leave town. Travel approximately 3.4 miles north on FM 1710 to CR 328, which will be on the left. Turn left on CR 328 and drive to the end of the road to the cattle guard, approximately 1.3 miles. The cattle guard is the entrance to this property.Terrain: The ranch is 100% thick native pasture with primarily older, bull mesquite trees and scattered hackberry, chittam, prickly pear, elbow bush and blue bush. Native grasses include Texas winter grass, side oats grama, curly mesquite, and a variety of other grasses common to the area. There are two large ridges or hilltops in the northwest and southwest corners of the property. Elevation changes up to 122 feet from the center of the property to the top of the hills. These high bluffs yield exceptional views of the ranch below, as well as the entire southern portion of Throckmorton County.Wildlife/ Hunting: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, quail, dove, feral hogs, and varmints such as coyotes and bobcats can be found on the property. Hunting should be excellent with thick cover and an abundant food supply for wildlife. This ranch provides quality habitat with a good natural supply of water.Additional Acreage:Currently there is 160 acres for sale that adjoins this ranch on the north boundary line through another broker. Total acreage could be 480 acres if the two ranches are combined.Leases: The cattle lease has been with the same family for many years and can be cancelled with the sale of the property if desired, or continued. The neighboring owner to the north also has a cattle lease with the same family. There is a hunting lease currently in place and can be cancelled with a sale and proper notification.Fencing: The fencing is in good condition on the south, east and west lines of the ranch. However, there is no existing fence line on the north boundary of the ranch. The neighbor on the north currently leases cattle to the same ranch family as Big Ridge Ranch, therefore no fence line has been maintained.Stock Water: There are 3.5 stock tanks on the property. Two (2) are approximately 1- 1.5 acres in size and the other two (2) are 1/2 acre in size. These sizes will vary depending on rainfall amounts. There are two (2) located in the north half of the ranch and two in the southern portion.Electricity: American Electric Power (AEP) provides electricity to the hunters camp and is located throughout the property currently.Minerals: No minerals are included with this sale.Legal Description: 320+/- acres described as 160 acres in N1/2 TE&L 956 Abstract 372 & 160 acres in S1/2 TE&L 957 Abstract 373Taxes: This property is agriculturally exempt. 2018 property taxes were $398.31Price: $1895 per acre ($606,400)Jack Fauntleroy940-550-4432 mobileBroker & 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.
Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC

Jack Fauntleroy
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