$945,000   •   649.19 Acres

Come and experience the beauty of The Cornerstone Ranch! This 649+/- acre property in Gray County, TX, offers pristine deer and quail habitat. Currently used for grazing and hunting, the property features spectacular topography with rolling hills and draws that provide seclusion and privacy. With ample ground cover, water, and forage for wildlife, it has all the necessary elements to make an exceptional hunting property!LandNestled in the Red River Breaks area of Gray County, Texas. It covers an area of approximately 649 acres and is situated one mile north of McClellan Creek, three miles south of The North Fork of the Red River, and eight miles north of McLean, TX. The property has four wells, out of which two are electric, one is solar, and the other is a windmill. The land is mostly rolling with several draws throughout it. A shelter belt runs from the center to the north fence on the eastern side of the property. The property has native grasses and brush throughout, providing excellent cover and forage for wildlife. The prominent soil types on the property are Springer Loamy Fine Sand and Tivoli Fine Sand, with the remaining soil being Likes Loamy Fine Sand, Likes Complex, and Miles Fine Sandy Loam. ImprovementsA concrete slab on the east side of the property, equipped with an electric well, power, and an old septic, provides ample amenities for your needs. Cattle pens are conveniently located adjacent to the concrete slab on the south side, and a small corral is on the west side of the property. Electricity is also on the north side of the property to provide power to the electric well located near the north fence line. This well has 3 tanks and a small overflow pond. The solar well is near the west fence line with one tank, and the windmill is near the south fence. The property has barbwire fencing around the perimeter and has fencing on the interior for rotational grazing. RecreationWildlife is abundant on this property, including deer, quail, dove, predators, and the occasional turkey. Native vegetation includes native brush, forbs, grass, and some trees throughout the property. This vegetation provides remarkable cover and forage for the native wildlife. A sound road system is already in place throughout the ranch, providing easy access in the property. Food plots could be put on the west side of the property, where a large draw provides relatively flat land with good vantage points for hunting. Food, water, and cover are the main ingredients for wildlife, and this property checks all three boxes! AgricultureCurrently, the land is primarily used for grazing cattle, and the terrain will make cultivation difficult, although a small portion of the northeast side could be used for this purpose. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesWater rights will be conveyed with the sale. The property is in the Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District. The current landowner does not own the mineral rights.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Michael Wilson
Michael Wilson

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