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$1,066,674   •   154.93 Acres
3 br / 2.5 ba /

Overview: 3 Bar Ranch is an outstanding property located in Coleman County, boasting a prime location and exceptional features. The property features a well-appointed pipe gate entrance on County Road 306, leading to a picturesque house atop a hill on the west side. With a terrain comprising three-quarters wooded areas and one-quarter cultivated food plots, limestone prairie rangeland with clay loam soils, and attractive water features, 3 Bar Ranch offers a diverse landscape. Situated atop the rolling limestone hills south of Coleman, Texas, this property is approximately 182 miles west of Fort Worth, making it an ideal choice for a permanent residence or weekend retreat. Location: Conveniently located approximately 28 miles south of Coleman and 7.3 miles south of Voss on County Road 306, 3 Bar Ranch enjoys a quality location near Gouldbusk, Texas. It is approximately 2.5 hours from Fort Worth via Interstate 20 West, offering easy access from the metroplex. Directions: From Coleman, travel south on 206 for approximately 6.3 miles, then head west on US67 for 6.3 miles to reach the town of Valera. From Valera, head south on FM 503 for 14 miles until you reach County Road 306. Turn east onto County Road 306 and continue for 2 miles; the entrance will be on the south side of the road. The drive along County Road 306 offers exceptional views of the scenic area. Entrance: The ranch boasts a private entrance featuring a black all-pipe entryway. A well-maintained rock road lined with dense brush and mesquite trees leads to the private residence situated on a hill overlooking the ranch and food plots. House: The property includes a charming 2,130-square-foot residence featuring three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. In excellent condition and equipped with modern amenities, the home comprises two bedrooms downstairs and a spacious bunkroom-style bedroom upstairs with a lovely east-facing back porch offering amazing views and a cozy fire pit. It is on rural water and Co-op electricity. Terrain: Characterized by diverse rolling limestone terrain adorned with hardwoods and multiple brush species, 3 Bar Ranch experiences 60 feet of elevation changes across its expanse. The topography ranges from level to rolling, with Rawhide Draw located on the north side and the highest elevations situated in the southwest corner. The property also includes approximately 35 acres of open clay loam food plots nestled between wooded areas. Vegetation: The ratio of tree cover to open land is three-quarters covered by hardwoods and one-quarter comprising open cultivated food plots. Mature mesquite, hackberry, cedar, forbs, and browse species dominate the tree cover, creating exceptional wildlife habitats. Given that the ranch has not been grazed for an extended period, the native grasses remain in excellent condition, benefiting both livestock and wildlife. The wildlife habitat and pastureland are rated above average and in excellent condition. Soils: The property boasts clay loam soils, with some steep limestone hillsides adding to its scenic beauty. Surface Water: On the northwest side of the ranch, a half-acre tank is located alongside the entry road, accompanied by a one-third mile stretch of Rawhide Draw, which holds water seasonally. Wildlife: Renowned for its high-quality white-tail deer, the area surrounding 3 Bar Ranch also hosts various other wildlife species, including Rio Grande turkey, dove, feral hogs, seasonal ducks, coyotes, and a variety of songbirds. Fencing: While the fences are generally in fair condition, a new fence has been installed on the west side of the property. Internal Roads & Access: The property features a well-maintained network of roads, with the main road being rocked from the entrance gate to the ranch home. This ensures easy access to the property and the home complex regardless of weather conditions. Surface Leases: No surface leases are currently active on the property. Easement: Although the survey indicates a pipeline easement crossing the northwest corner of the property, there are no visible signs of the line. Utilities: Electricity is provided to the property by Coleman County Electric Co-op, while rural water service is supplied by the Coleman County Water Supply District. Television services are available via Dish Network. O.H. Ivie Reservoir: Located 8.5 miles west of the ranch, O.H. Ivie Reservoir was formed in 1990 by the Freese Dam on the Colorado River. Owned and operated by the Colorado River Municipal Water District, the reservoir spans approximately 20,000 surface acres and offers excellent bass fishing opportunities. Minerals: The mineral ownership status is currently unknown, and there is no active oil and gas production on the property. Taxes: Estimated taxes for 2023 are $3,988, with the property benefiting from agricultural exemption. Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with the Listing Broker/Listing Agent, and the Buyer's Agent/Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Price: $1,066,674. Contact: Taylor Yeates- Agent (817) 308-1144 mobile taylor@ 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. All information is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is subject to change without prior notice.


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Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC
Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC
Taylor Yeates
Taylor Yeates
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