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$200,000,000  •  80,000 acres
ICON GLOBAL EXCLUSIVE LISTED FOR $200MM TURKEY TRACK RANCH 80,000 acres - under one fence Texas Panhandle Nearly 80,000 acres Under One Fence - Historic "Prize of the Panhandle" is legacy of Coble/Whittenburg empire. Known for natural resources and site of Battles of Adobe Walls of 1864 and 1874. Decision to sell comes after twelve decades of stewardship. Icon Global Group to market. The Turkey Track Ranch was pioneered in the era of legendary WT Waggoner, 6666 and Goodnight Ranches. Boasting almost 80,000 acres under one fence and some 26 miles of Canadian River frontage, the ranch is a rare confluence of natural resources; containing an abundance of water, productive fertile grasslands, and diverse wildlife -set within rolling and rugged topography of mesas, draws, valleys and vistas interposed with open rangeland -epitomizing the western ranch lifestyle and famed fertile buffalo plains of yesteryear. For the first time in over a century, this rare combination of history, heritage, and natural resources will change hands. The momentous decision was announced today by the Whittenburg and Coble families: "It is with careful consideration and great emotion that we announce that, after 120 years of stewardship by our family, we have decided to sell our historic Turkey Track Ranch in the Texas Panhandle. For over a century this American landmark has been an integral element of our heritage. Generations of Coble's and Whittenburg's have created lifetimes of memories on the Turkey Track. Due to our family's increasing numbers and geographical distances, we recognize that it is time to find a new steward for this historic holding. We have enlisted Bernard Uechtritz of the Icon Global Group in Dallas to bring the Turkey Track to market in the latter half of 2021. The ranch has and will forever hold not only the monuments, memories, and legacies of our now multigenerational families but, significantly, maintains a very important place within the well-chronicled chapters of early Texas and US history; similarly, the ranch and its past stewards hold a prideful and acknowledged position of contributions to the evolution of modern-day ranching and cattle raising industries, as well as the Oil & Gas sectors of our great state." - The Coble & Whittenburg Families - About Turkey Track Ranch WT (Tom) Coble and later James (Jimmie) A. Whittenburg III, were two of the stewards. Each was a past president of The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association. Each considered a visionary as well as community and business leaders. Tom Coble was a contemporary of Dan and Tom Waggoner of the Waggoner Ranch, Samuel "Burk" Burnett of the Four Sixes Ranch, and Charles Goodnight of the JA and Goodnight Ranch. Coble recognized the infinite resources of the Southern Great Plains. Like Waggoner, Burnett, and Goodnight, he created a cattle kingdom that was sustained by thousands of acres of grass. Later, Whittenburg was the larger-than-life Texas Icon and entrepreneurial modern-day rancher who led the management of the Turkey Track for several decades. An early trendsetter of flying between properties and business interests, he operated several significant ranching interests in Texas and New Mexico, along with other business interests which included Aviation, Oil & Gas, Banking, Cattle Feed Yards; he was also a Special Texas Ranger. A winner of the Cattlemen's Beef Association Environmental Stewardship award in 2016, the Turkey Track is also held in high esteem by industry . Pete Bonds, then president of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, said, "Turkey Track has an outstanding record for their environmental stewardship practices, water management programs and excellent grass diversity." The property is also the site of the two famed battles of the Adobe Walls of 1864 and 1874, and this hallowed ground just north of the Canadian River is revered by descendants of all combatants. In June of 1924, a six-acre site was given to the Panhandle Plains Historical Society commemorating that month the 50th anniversary of the second battle of the Adobe Walls. In 1941 a monument dedicated to the Native Americans who fought and died in the Battle of 1874 was also erected. Both Monuments stand within the ranch today.
$15,960,000  •  11,400 acres
The minimum stalking horse bid is $1400/ac or $15,960,000. UPDATE: The adjoining High Point Ranch mentioned in the video is no longer on the market. Over the years, the Land Doctors have seen a lot of land and because of that, it takes a lot to leave us awe struck. In a few special spots, nature makes us feel small and most of those places are national parks. Another one of those locations is the Land Doctors latest listing, the Canadian River Ranch. This 11,400-acre ranch is a diverse contiguous block of land with no public roads through it. Just viewing the property is a true expedition, as you can spend the entire day riding trails and still never see it all. To put it in a slightly different context, its over 17 square miles in size. If you looked at 1000 acres per hour it would take 11 hours to just drive through it. This ranch gives us an insight into what life was like a century or two ago before everything was broken up and fenced off. It makes you check your fuel gauge twice and pack a lunch before you head out. It is one of those rare places where you can look in every direction as far as you can see, and it all belongs to you. This place hasn't been fully tamed yet, it still has a wild edge to it that makes you feel fully awake and aware of your surroundings. In addition, it is as close to true isolation as you can get in a location that is only an hour from Tulsa, 90 minutes from OKC and three hours from Dallas straight up Highway 75 and the Indian Turnpike. If you have an airplane, it is an even shorter trip as the ranch has a 3000 ft long by 40 ft wide FAA registered runway (FAA OK04). As a state, Oklahoma has 11 distinct ecological regions and this ranch feels like it has every one of them. The ranch exhibits a tremendous amount of diversity from huge hardwoods and towering short leaf pines along the creeks, and tallgrass meadows in the openings to post oaks and blackjacks on the ridges. Three beautiful creeks drain into the North Canadian River as it runs along the northern boundary of the property. Parts of the ranch have a western feel with huge views across wide grassy valleys to distant slopes that feature a scattering of lonely trees on the point of a ridge. Other portions feel like the Deep South with huge hardwoods and beautiful creeks. Turn the corner and a distant pasture reminds you of the plains. It never gets boring. A portion of the property is high and there is some cross fencing in the pastures. Outside of that, there are miles and miles of trails through vast tracts of timbered hills unencumbered by any man-made barriers. The north boundary of the property features approximately 1.5 miles of North Canadian River frontage just 10 miles upstream of Lake Eufaula. This would serve as the perfect spot to begin a day long float trip. The entire 4-mile length of Piney Creek is located on the ranch. Limbo Creek weaves on and off the property with over 4.5 miles running through the ranch. Shell Creek also starts on the ranch and runs through it for 1.3 miles. Wallace Creek runs south from the ranch while Gar Creek cuts across the northeast corner. A peak in the center of the property stands at almost 1000 feet and from there the land drops 300 feet in elevation as it slopes north to the river. The views are captivating in the daytime and unbelievable at night as the Milky Way is clearly visible without the interference of urban lights. Ancient petroglyps are known to be along the creeks and we will be seeking them out this fall. The next owner will not be the first steward owner attempting to wrangle this land. The Hawkins mansion stands at the precipice of a tall ridge overlooking the valley below. As you walk out on the top balcony and take in the scene before you, you can imagine the ambition of the family that built this once impressive home out of Oklahoma sandstone in 1934. The next owner will be a person who has overcome many difficult obstacles in life to realize great achievements. The revival and management of this property will add to that legacy and serve as a capstone project leaving a long-lasting mark on this historic property. The following color coded subdivisions of the property are now available for purchase: Purple - 5634 acres Green - 3670 acres Red - 1549 acres Orange - 439 acres Yellow - 120 acres This property is now part of a federal bankruptcy proceeding and will be subject to a stalking horse bid process. A brochure on how this process works has been attached as a document. In summary, we are seeking a fully qualified buyer to make an initial, non-contingency offer on the property. Once this offer is submitted, it will serve as the opening bid (stalking horse bid) on the property in an auction that will be held approximately 30 to 45 days later in bankruptcy court. The details of the stalking horse bid will be advertised to other prospective bidders. If the stalking horse bid isn't the high bid in the auction, then the stalking horse bidder with receive 2% of the gross sales price at the closing of the property for having served as the stalking horse. If you have any questions or would like to discuss this property, please call Kelly Hurt at 580 421 7512. If you have any questions about how the bankruptcy proceedings would affect the manner or timing of a transaction please contact Heather Milazzo at 646 381 9207 or email her at HMilazzo@
$110,550,000  •  5,025 acres
Under Contract
PROPERTY OVERVIEW: As the largest private water offering in the state of Texas and the premier rural land asset in the lower 48 states, Fairfield Lake is a once in a generation opportunity. And there will be only one shot at acquiring it. At the heart of this unique property of approximately 5,025 acres is Fairfield Lake-an estimated 2,400-acre body of water surrounded by a 21-mile elevated shoreline blanketed with a mature hardwood forest. A deep-water asset of this scale is the only offering of its kind. Within the 5,025+/- total acres is Fairfield Lake State Park, approximately1,800 acres, that's recognized as one of Texas' finest. Inside the park, are 8+/- miles of highway grade blacktop two lane roads, bridges, concrete boat ramps, truck and trailer parking with underground power running throughout. The park property is leased to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and can be continued or canceled with sufficient notice to TPWD. Fairfield Lake is in a premier location in Freestone County, Texas just east of Interstate 45, which is centrally located between Dallas ~95 miles, Houston ~160 miles, and Austin ~170. There is a ~34 square mile drainage basin flowing into this highly desirable asset that offers fishing, recreation, and a multitude of potential development concepts such as entertainment, recreational or commercial-based. The remaining acreage, ~825 acres (Northern Acreage), located on the northern shoreline of the lake adds to the uniqueness of the property with two extremely rare private islands connected via a land bridge to each. Future development of the ~150-acre and ~30-acre islands is limited only by one's imagination. Situated between the two islands are ~140 acres that was formally a corporate park/meeting center. Improvements include an 1970's vintage conference center, a brick home that was converted into office space and a ~15-acre park on a manicured picturesque overlook of the lake. Both structures could use updating, but this area offers significant opportunities for its future use. The rustic, remote and mainly untouched landscape is full of wildlife and offers exceptional hunting and fishing opportunities. Property acreages consist of the following: TPWD Fairfield Lake State Park = 1,800+/- Acres Fairfield Lake = 2,400+/- Acres Northern Acreage = 825+/- Acres Total= 5,025+/- Acres LOCATION: Centrally located between Dallas, Houston, and Austin, east of Interstate 45, less than seven miles northeast of the picturesque town of Fairfield, population 2,900. This property is in the Post Oak Savannah Region of Texas on the forested eastern edge of Freestone County near the Trinity River. Fairfield State Park's physical address is: 123 State Park Road 64, Fairfield, TX 75840. DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL: With over 21 miles of undeveloped shoreline, this property is a blank canvas offering massive development potential. Ownership uses could range from a private ranch, hunting and fishing club to residential, commercial, corporate, leisure, theme park, and resort development. The Seller owns a railroad asset that may be available to purchase with limited land surrounding the RR line. The RR is not included in the current asking price.The possibilities for the future of Fairfield Lake are countless. ACCESS & ROAD FRONTAGE: Access to Fairfield Lake is highly desirable with FM 2570 providing access to the North side of the lake, and FM 3285 providing access to the South side of the property. FM 3285 turns into Park Road 64 upon entering the park. County Road 235 provides additional access points to the northeast side of the property, leading to the south and north sides of the lake dam. DIRECTIONS: From Interstate 45 in Fairfield, TX, go east on HWY 84 to FM 488, stay right on FM 2570, then turn right on FM 3285 until this road dead-ends into Park Road 64 at the entrance of Fairfield Lake State Park. PROPERTY HISTORY: In 1969, Texas Power and Light Company constructed a dam on Big Brown Creek to create Fairfield Lake. The lake would serve as the cooling reservoir for the Big Brown Power Plant. Fairfield Lake finalized construction in 1969 with the plant operational in 1971. Big Brown Power Plant warmed the waters of Fairfield Lake year-round, creating a thriving fishery that quickly became popular among anglers across the state. TPWD opened Fairfield Lake State Park in 1976. The retirement of the power plant in 2018 opened this incredible opportunity to now acquire this unique expansive property. FAIRFIELD LAKE: This spectacular, recreational lake has exceptional fishing, water skiing, boating activities, and swimming. With an estimated depth of 50 feet at its deepest point, the lake is fed by Big Brown Creek, Little Brown Creek, Hanna Branch, Harpers Branch, Powell Branch, Ball Branch and Dry Branch. There are currently two public boat ramps located inside the park and one private boat ramp on the north side of the lake. All three concrete ramps are in excellent condition providing multiple access points around the lake. FISHERIES: While the power plant operated, fishing enthusiasts routinely flocked to Fairfield Lake for the warmed winter water to catch redfish, catfish and largemouth bass. A tropical species, Blue tilapia, took advantage of the warm waters and thrived, but have since disappeared. After the plant retired, reports of the fisheries have actually improved. Native fish have adjusted to the cooler waters extremely well with 8-10lb largemouth bass being regularly caught. The lake record largemouth is 13.01 lbs. Other current fish species include, catfish, bluegill, sunfish, carp, and alligator gar. There are no crappie, white bass, hybrid bass, or stripers adding to the quality of this black bass fishery. WATER RIGHTS: Per the December 18, 1967 Certificate of Adjudication, 50,600-acre feet of impoundment rights. In addition, there are 14,150-acre feet of consumptive water rights out of Big Brown Creek that are being retained by the current owner though the opportunity exists to purchase all or a portion of the consumptive water rights. At normal pool, Fairfield Lake stores 44,169 acre-feet of water according to Freese & Nichols 2020 Dam Inspection Report at the normal pool level of 310 feet. Included in the sale is a water pipeline running from the south end of the lake dam to an inoperable pumping station on the Trinity River via a deeded easement through two adjacent owners. There are currently no water rights or pumping rights from the Trinity River associated with the line. LAKE DAM: Fairfield Lake's dam is a 4,350-foot earthen dam that maintained its Low Hazard classification from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) after its 2020 inspection. Diligent upkeep of the dam by the current owner, including the installation of fencing to deter the area's feral hogs, have kept maintenance costs low relative to dams of similar size. Fairfield Lake's dam has aLarge dam classification due to the total lake storage exceeding 50,000-acre feet in storage capacity at the top of the dam. Conservation Pool of 44,169-acre feet and Top of Dam Storage of 70,840-acre feet (per F&N 2020 Report). Dam Specifications: Maximum height: 77 feet above the original streambed. Embankment side slopes: 3 horizontal to 1 vertical Downstream slope: includes a 130-foot wide stabilizing berm below elevation 290 feet. Upstream slope: protected by soil cement extending from the crest down to a five-foot berm at elevation 295 feet. Constructing a dam of this magnitude today would be nearly impossible to get permitted and the cost would be extremely expensive. PRIMARY & EMERGENCY SPILLWAYS: The 66-foot wide primary spillway is concrete with two 30' x 14' radial Tainter gates that control discharges as needed (including one six-foot wide pier). There is also a backup generator in place, should the dam ever lose power. In addition to the primary spillway, the emergency spillway elevation is at 314-feet compared to the normal pool level of 310-feet above sea level. FAIRFIELD STATE PARK: The park, roughly 1,800 acres, encompasses the southern "half" of the lake, with most of the facilities on the south and southeast shoreline. Upon entry, guests are greeted at the check-in station by TPWD Park Rangers, who guide visitors to a variety of activities and programs within the park. The park is extremely well kept with attention to detail around every corner. The park's exceptional road system is highlighted by miles of two lane black top roads meandering through storybook hardwood canopy. Upon settling in on your adventure, activities could include primitive camping, RV camping, hiking, biking, horseback trail riding, nature studies, bird watching, kayaking, water skiing, jet skiing and fishing. Watching children at play on the gently sloping sandy bottom beach area makes for a perfect ending to event filled days at Fairfield Lake. Points of interest in the park include the Hill Homestead Well, Chancellor Union Cemetery, Ski Cove Overlook, and the Dockery Trail Overlook. The park improvements currently include a check-in station/shop, dining hall, two park ranger residences, two floating boat docks, two concrete boat ramps with paved turnaround access points, fish cleaning stations, fishing pier, parking areas, numerous restrooms & shower facilities, primitive campsites, RV camping with water and electric to most sites, amphitheater, sand volleyball court, swing set, picnic areas complete with fire pits and grills, Wi-Fi hotspots, maintenance facilities and underground electric run to all improvements inside the park. If the park lease is canceled by the new owner, TPWD has the right to remove any improvements inside the park within 90 days of the cancelation. TERRAIN: The sandy loam land consists of elevation changes of approximately 130 feet. Elevation is approximately 250 feet above sea level at its lowest and approximately 380 feet above sea level at its highest. There are several creeks and drainages meandering through the landscape feeding into the lake and wetland areas. TREE COVER & PASTURELAND: The high banks surrounding Fairfield Lake consist of an old growth hardwood canopy. Improved grasses dominate the north end of the lake and lake dam. Native grasses thrive in the open meadows throughout the park. Uplands consist of a variety of oaks intermixed with flowering dogwoods during the Spring bloom. Towering oak, elm, pecan, and ash trees grow in the rich bottomlands along Big Brown Creek. WETLANDS: Behind the spillway there is shallow drainage that feeds into ~6-acre and ~3-acre wetland areas. Alternatively, the south end of the lake presents multiple wetland ecosystems. Waterfowl can be found in the backwaters of Fairfield Lake as well as 5-6 semi-open flooded timber holes scattered along the two main creek systems feeding the lake. Wetland cattail, bulrush, and water lily along the lake's edge create a marshland oasis for birds, turtles, and frogs. WILDLIFE: The array of wildlife includes an abundance of white-tailed deer, armadillos, raccoons, river otters, beavers, squirrels, foxes, bobcats and coyotes. Sights of the skies include 180 species of birds including herons, raptors, songbirds, shorebirds and waterfowl. Bald eagles spend their winter months at the lake and colorful painted buntings are frequently seen in the summertime. MINERALS: No minerals are believed to be owned by the Seller and none will convey. There are 3 active gas wells on the interior of the property. OUTPARCELS: Hopewell Church is located within the Young Cemetery on the north side of the property on a small 30-acre island connected by a land bridge. On the south side of the lake, surrounded by the park, is the Chancellor Union Cemetery, a Texas Historic Landmark with ties to the Civil War. Both cemeteries are not believed to negatively impact the property, but to provide history and areas of interest. STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS: There are two ranger residences and numerous other facilities in the park. In the northern acreage there is one residence converted into office space and a conference center with overnight facilities. The residence and conference center need significant refurbishment. There are also several maintenance buildings for storing equipment and materials. The homes/conference center vary in condition and none of the homes or other structures contribute substantially to the property's overall asking price. EASEMENTS/RIGHT-OF-WAYS: There is one main gas pipeline that crosses the park with three feeder lines to each of the well sites. Two cell towers, one being an easement and the other a lease. The Oncor tower is a perpetual easement with no income associated with the tower. The second tower, operated for Verizon, is a lease and generates monthly income. Both towers are located on the northern acreage. AIRPORTS: Teague Municipal Airport (68F). located ~18.5 miles Southwest of Fairfield Lake, Lat: N 31 degrees 39.68' Lon: W 96 degrees 18.60'. The runway measures up to approximately 3300' long by 50' wide. Fuel: None Palestine Municipal Airport (PSN). Located ~41.4 miles Northeast of Fairfield Lake, Lat. N 31 degrees 46.78' Lon. W 95 degrees 42.38'. The runway measures up to approximately 4003' long by 75' wide. Fuel: Jet A & 100LL Corsicana Municipal Airport. Located ~41.6 miles Northwest of Fairfield Lake, Lat. N 32 degrees 01.68' Lon: W 96 degrees 24.03'. The runway measures up to approximately 3200' long by 75' wide. Fuel: Jet A& 100LL Self-Serve & Full Service HOSPITALS: Located in the town of Fairfield is Freestone Medical Center. The full-service 24-hour hospital is minutes away from Fairfield Lake. UTILITIES: Electricity is provided by Navarro Electric Cooperative. Electric lines are primarily underground in the park to promote the natural scenery and views for visitors and above ground on the remainder of the property. As part of the park are two sewage treatment plants and two water treatment plants to accommodate guests and park facilities. GROUND WATER: There are no existing residential water wells on the north end of the property to our knowledge. Water to the park is supplied by 3 water wells drilled into the Wilcox Aquifer. The well completed depths range from 431-549' with production being 30-50 GPM per the original well schedules. No recent test reports are available to our knowledge. SCHOOL DISTRICT: Fairfield Independent School District, which includes Fairfield High School, Fairfield Junior High School, Fairfield Intermediate School and Fairfield Elementary School. PROPERTY TAXES: The property taxes for 2020 were $33,715. The property is not Ag Exempt. ASKING PRICE: $110,550,000 ($22,000 per acre) CONTACT: Cash McWhorter, Broker/Partner Cell: 469-222-4076 Blake Hortenstine, Broker/Partner Cell: 214-616-1305 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 to participate in the real estate commission. Co-Operating brokers/agents are being offered 1% commission based on the gross sales price.
Contact for Price  •  5,000 acres
Located halfway between Dallas and Houston, Champion Ranch boasts over 5,000 acres of prime ranch land. Atop oak tree studded sandy loam hills, the property includes an idyllic owners home on a private 78-acre lake. In addition, the ranch has numerous barns, eight guest and ranch houses, and a 16-person bunkhouse. With over 20 additional lakes, stock ponds and live river streams, Champion Ranch is also home to a sprawling peach orchid that currently produces 18 varieties of peaches. Dinner and dancing are conducted in the 2,200 sq. ft. on-property Saloon. With two bars, a piano and sound system, the Saloon seats up to 130 guests for corporate or private events. There are 36 oil and gas wells situated on the property. The underground mineral ownership rights, included in the deal, currently produce significant income as well as prospective future fortunes. Livestock include herds of purebred Brangus breeder cattle and award-winning horses. Ranch equipment and more are offered in the turn key sale. The Richard Wallrath Educational Foundation, established in 2006, is slated to receive the majority proceeds of the multi-million dollar ranch sale and distribute between the 4-H Youth Development Foundation and FFA, previously Texas Future Farmers of America. The sale includes 100% of all oil and gas well rights, existing and future royalty income streams, approximately 1,000 head of purebred cattle, and more. Champion Ranch Oil and Gas: - 100% of owned mineral rights and oil & gas income convey, no reservations. - 36 ranch wells - 16 producing wells. 12 horizontals / 4 verticals Champion Ranch Cattle: - Brangus Cow Calf Operation - Ranch Capacity: 1,200 Head during normal rainfall and temperate years Champion Ranch Water Sources: - 14 working water wells (not including oilfield) - 3 artesian wells - 1 78 acre lake, stocked with bass & catfish - 20+ smaller lakes & ponds throughout the ranch (most stocked with bass & catfish) Live Water: - Keechi Creek runs through the middle of the ranch (North to South) - Beaver Creek runs northern boundary of the ranch - A natural wetland is located on the NE corner of the ranch Champion Ranch Improvements: Main House - 3,992 sq. ft., Built 2002, 3 bed/2 bath - Car Port (960 sq. ft.) - Guest Quarters (660 sq. ft.) - Weight Room (600 sq. ft.) - Office/Museum (1,600 sq. ft.), Built 2014 - Swimming Pool Second Owners House (Yellow House) - 4,500 sq. ft., Built 2014, 4 bed / 3.5 bath Manager's House - 2,698 sq. ft., Built 1978 - Car Port (532 sq. ft.) - Metal Shop / Covered swimming pool (1,290 sq. ft.) - Bath house (744 sq. ft.) Camp House - 2,676 sq. ft., Built 2012, 2 bed/2 bath - This Bunkhouse/Guesthouse sleeps 16+ people with family room, kitchen, breakfast bar, dining area, utility room with washer, dryer, and storage, "unused" smoke house, picnic pavilion with BBQ pit, concrete sidewalks, and burn pit with overlooking view. Cattle Manager's house (White House) - 1,812 sq. ft., Built 1958, 4 bed/3 bath - Wood frame house with carport and several out buildings, paved driveway, fully fenced. 4 Ranch Houses - 1,400 sq. ft., Built 1994-2008, 3 bed/2.5 bath - Laundry room, office area, kitchen with breakfast bar, dining area, and family room. Ranch House - 1,400 sq. ft., Built 1984, 2 bed/2 bath - Remodeled, laundry room, kitchen, dining area, and family room. Ranch Buildings: Horse Barn and Stables - 11,800 sq. ft., Built 2008 - apartment living quarters and bath, 2 offices, tack room, bathroom, music control room, horse wash area, horse walker, round working pen, paved drive and parking. Covered Arena - 52,500 sq. ft., Built 2001 - grand stands, rodeo bucking chutes, pens, paved entry Sales Arena - 2,160 sq. ft., Built 2001 - Livestock auction style sale arena with theater type seating, ticket/bookkeeping office area. Pens connect with covered arena, paved drive entry, central air & heat. Saloon - 2,208 sq. ft., Built 2012 - 2 bathrooms, seats 130 people, dance floor, large bar and back bar, piano, bandstand, sound system for bands or public speaking, large covered porch with lounge chairs and tables, central air and heating, ceiling fans, fully furnished. Main Office - 2,400 sq. ft., Built 1992 - 2 bathrooms, conference room, 2 large offices, 2 smaller offices, reception desk and reception area with seating, fully furnished, central air and heat, internet and satellite services, electric entry gate, paved entry and parking, covered porch with rocking chairs. Covered Working Barn with Pens - 26,090 sq. ft., Built 1984 - Remodeled several times since it was built, bathroom, tack room, feed room, horse stalls, hydraulic working chutes and numerous sorting pens. Paved entry and parking, 18-wheeler and cattle trailer loading area, and numerous outside holding pens. Peach Barn - 6,250 sq. ft., Built 2012 - With apartment living quarters, 2 baths, 2 walk-in coolers, 4 large "roll-up" doors, covered parking, electric gate, white rock entry and parking, peach processing table for washing and sort Tractor Equipment Shed and Shop - 2,880 sq. ft., Built 1984 - Shop with tools for working on equipment, overhead fuel tanks, overhead bulk feed bins, pipe racks for pipe storage, paved entry and parking. Office Shop - 1,800 sq. ft., Built 1980's - Ranch maintenance storage area and shop for lawn mowers, carpentry tools, lumber, etc. Smoke House & Processing Facility - 500 sq. ft.
Contact for Price  •  4,000 acres
Bear Mountain Ranch Description: Bear Mountain Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property. Tucked away in the San Bois Mountains in South Eastern Oklahoma, the property spreads over 4,000+/- acres of rolling land (additional land available upon inquiry). While feeling secluded away in the forest, there is no shortage of luxury here. The custom-built lodging adds a sense of refinement to Bear Mountain Ranch, but the true magnificence comes from the land itself. 4,000 +/- acres of tremendous versatility. Comprised of mountains, creeks, lakes, food plots and sunflower fields, the land provides it all. The 4,000+/- acres are all under high fence, which was carefully designed for wildlife purposes. Location: Located near Wilburton, Oklahoma, Bear Mountain Ranch rolls over the San Bois Mountains. Wilburton has a private airport, making Bear Mountain Ranch the perfect escape destination. However, flying isn't the only way to visit Bear Mountain Ranch - it is just a three hour drive from Dallas, Texas. Homes: The main home was completed in 2019 and spans 13,500 +/- sqft. The beautiful 13 bedroom / 13 bath establishment is perfectly positioned to overlook a 30 +/- acre lake. On the lake is a custom boat-house, accompanied with a boat slip. The main residence was designed to entertain and has an abundance of space to do so. When cooking for large parties, one can do so from the comfort of the indoors in the open kitchen floor-plan. The modern kitchen contains a walk-in pantry, marble countertops, Whirlpool appliances complete with 2 fridges, double gas stovetop, and 2 ovens. The kitchen opens to the living area with plenty of room for all of the family and friends. Here you can sit by the fireplace and look out onto the back patio and lake. Out on the patio, one can enjoy the fresh-air and lake views in the outdoor grilling area. Multiple bedrooms and living spaces fill the two-story home. There are 8 bedrooms on the first floor, two of which are the masters, and 5 bedrooms upstairs. Each bedroom has its own private bathroom attached. In addition to the downstairs living area, there are two areas upstairs that are currently being used as living and game rooms. Additional rooms in the house include 2 laundry rooms, mud room, linen room, safe room, and a tornado shelter. Attached is a four-car garage and storage unit. There are two other homes on the property. The Foreman's Home, built in 2018, is 2,000 +/- sqft., and has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The Guest House, also built in 2018, and is 2,800 +/- sqft. It has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a laundry and mudroom. Attached to the two structures is a private garage, with oversized walk-in cooler and cleaning station. Habitat & Topography: The property has approximately 800' of elevation change which varies. Bear Mountain Ranch has tremendous versatility. From mountains, creeks, and ponds, rocky terrain to sunflower fields - the land provides it all. 4,000+/- of the acres are under high fence that was carefully designed for game purposes. From 800' above sea level to 1400'. The ranch has seven different distinct ridgelines that transverse across the property. The majority of the soils are comprised of various associations and complexes that lend themselves well towards pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife use. Water: In addition to the 30+/- acre feature lake, the property has an abundance of water sources. Inside of the high fence, 20 ponds and stock tanks of various sizes can be found. Between the various sources, the property holds water year-round and gets an average of 50 inches of rainfall per year. It should be noted that the run-off from the rain is so strong, the man-made 35 ft. deep lake was filled in just one summer. Fishing + Wildlife: Bear Mountain Ranch is the ultimate experience for the outdoorsman. Fishing and hunting opportunities are abundant. The lake is stocked with Tiger Bass, Bluegill, Red Ear Perch, and Catfish. There is no shortage of wildlife. Whitetail Deer, Elk, Turkey, Aoudad, Hogs, and the occasional Black Bear habitat the land. To promote their vitality, there are 22 food plots located throughout the property, with various stands and feeders placed accordingly. Three different pastures have also been implemented to organize game. The "Trophy Pasture" encloses 230+/- acres, the "Pig Pasture" utilizes 40 +/- acres, and the "Release Pasture" is 27 +/- acres. Bear Mountain Ranch is truly a recreational haven like no other. There are endless opportunities to create memories. One of our favorites is sitting on the patio overlooking the lake, as you watch the sun go down over the mountains and see deer and elk come out at dusk to graze. Bear Mountain Ranch encompasses a blend between some of the best features of Texas and Colorado, but is located only a short 3 hour drive north of Dallas, in Oklahoma. Additional Notes: There is one active gas well. A 100' x 60' shop is located on the property. Contact broker for price and additional information. ="ltr">
$7,998,040  •  2,806.33 acres
General Description: This is the first time in 144 years this property has been offered for sale. Deep seeded in history, this cattle and trophy deer hunting ranch has plenty to offer. It is located in big, low-fenced ranch country with native rolling terrain covered in live oak, mesquite, and elm trees. The East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the property for 2 miles. Location: Approximately 12 miles E/NE of Breckenridge fronting on quiet FM 701 in a great location just over 2 miles north of Highway 67. There is approximately 3/4 mile of paved FM road frontage. It is 2 hours west of Dallas, 1 1/2 hours west of Fort Worth, 3 hours east of Midland, 1 hour NE of Abilene, and 24+/- miles to Graham. Directions: From Breckenridge, go east on Highway 180 and turn north towards Graham on Highway 67. Then go 7.3 miles to FM 701. Go North of FM 701 for 2.2 miles until the black pipe gate located on the left or west side of the road. History: The Muleshoe Ranch brand was registered in 1856 in Fannin County by Henry Black. Henry fought in the Confederate Army in 1861 and after 4 years he returned to find that his wife, Jane, had died giving birth to their 3rd child. He then remarried and started a new life with a master seamstress, Sarah. They then began their life together in poverty. Henry acquired most of his 1000 cattle and 500 horses by trading his skill and courage, moving herds of cattle across the Red River when it was overflowing. He also traded his wife's shirts for cattle and horses. In 1877, Henry and Sarah left Fannin County to relocate to Quanah, Texas, but a heavy rain season forced them to stop in Stephens County. They stopped along Bufford Creek and Henry went into Breckenridge the next day to purchase 4 sections of land. He, his brothers and his sons ultimately grew their herd to 20,000 head of cattle and the ranch to 30,000 acres. Henry passed away in 1906 at 66 years of age after catching the flu at a Confederate War veteran's reunion in New Orleans. His wife Sarah then divided the ranch amongst several family members. The Black family has had many accomplishments over the years, helping to make Breckenridge what it is today. This portion of the Black Brothers Muleshoe Ranch is now owned by 3 siblings being fourth generation owners. It is not every day that you come across an opportunity to purchase a historic ranch of this caliber. (Additional history is available upon request) Terrain: Rolling hills to level terrain with an elevation change of 130 feet (high elevation of 1290' and low elevation of 1160'). The East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the heart of the ranch. The riparian area along the creek is lined with mature elm and oak trees with incredible rock features of boulders and massive rock shelves creating a unique land feature. Pastureland is productive for cattle and there are scenic rocky ridges as well. Vegetation: This property is located in the Cross Timbers Region of Texas. Tree cover consists of mature live oak, post oak, cedar elm, hackberry, mesquite, and a variety of other trees commonly found in this area. Forbs, browse and cactus species include elbowbush, skunkbush, prickly pear, tasajillo, catclaw, lote bush and greenbrier to name a few. Native grasses include side oats, bluestem, switchgrass, Texas wintergrass, dropseed, buffalo grass, Indiangrass, curly mesquite, and a variety of other grasses. Wildlife habitat and pastureland is above average and in excellent condition. Water: There are at least twenty (20) earthen stock tanks providing water to livestock and wildlife in every pasture. Approximately 2 miles of the East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the middle of the ranch with seasonal pools of water. Rainfall averages around 29 inches annually and a rural water line runs along FM 701. (See below) Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, quail, dove, ducks and native wildlife species are plentiful and provide great hunting and viewing. The free-ranging, low fence, trophy whitetail deer herd is one of the best you will find in Stephens County. Migratory ducks utilize the stock tanks in the fall and winter months creating additional hunting opportunities.The ranch has not been leased for hunting in decades (if ever) and the whitetail deer herd is in excellent condition as a result. There is one new deer feeder in place, but no other deer stands or feeders on the ranch. Deer Herd: The following data was obtained from a helicopter deer survey on October 20, 2021: TOTAL DEER: 213 DEER DENSITY: 1 deer per 13 acres BUCK: DOE RATIO: 1 buck: 3 does (43 bucks & 132 does) MATURE BUCKS: 8 mature bucks OTHER: Two bobcats, 6 coveys of quail, 96 hogs, 10 coyotes, and surprisingly only 5 turkey (which are normally abundant). Grazing: Carrying capacity for cattle is approximately 1 animal unit per 20-30 acres (depending on your goals and objectives). This ranch is 100% native with no land being cultivated. Rangeland is strong and cattle do very well in this area. Soils: A variety of soils types can be found. Lindy silt loam is common and may be used for cultivation, pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife. Other soils range from fine sandy loam to Throck clay to very stony/ bouldery soils. There are several areas conducive for cropland or wildlife food plots if desired by new owner. Fencing: Perimeter fences are in good to excellent condition and will hold cattle. There is approximately (1) mile of new fencing in the northwest portion of the ranch. In addition, several new gates have recently been installed to improve internal access. Eight (8) fenced pastures allow for rotational grazing and there are two (2) sets of cattle pens. Internal Roads & Access: There is a good system of roads to get around the property. Recent road work has improved internal access substantially. FM 701 runs along the East side of the ranch allowing access to the entrance gate in all weather conditions. Electricity: Oncor provides electricity to the property. There is electricity available throughout the property, but owner doesn't have any active meters since there are no structural improvements. Rural Water: A water meter was installed at the entrance to the property in July of 2022. Stephens Special Utility District is the water provider and has a 2" rural water line running down FM 701. Oil & Gas Production: There are several old wells, but only a couple pump jacks. The production is on the decline and there has not been any recent drilling. Easements: Sunoco Pipeline crosses the property creating a cleared right-of-way that is beneficial for hunting, grazing and viewing. It is regularly maintained. School District: Breckenridge ISD. Airports: Stephens County Airport is located a few miles south of Breckenridge. It is a quality airport with a 5000' runway to accommodate larger aircrafts. Fuel is available as well. Hospitals: Stephens Memorial Hospital is located in Breckenridge. Legal Description: 2806.33 acres located in TE&L Survey 2059 A-824, TE&L Survey 2058 A-823, J. Hopkins Survey A-74, TE&L Survey 1176 A-505, S.P. RR Co. Section 27 Block 4 A- 203, TE&L 2060 A-825, S.P. RR Co Section 23 Block 4 A-204, TE&L 1348 A-575 & TE&L 1351 A-578. 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. Comments: This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a historic legacy ranch. The Black Brothers Muleshoe Ranch is a true representation of a premier Stephens County cattle and hunting ranch. Property Taxes: 2021 Taxes are $3649.61. Price: $2850 per acre ($7,998,040) Contact: Blake Hortenstine 214-616-1305 mobile Jack Fauntleroy 940-550-4432 mobile
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$8,816,200  •  2,593 acres
$9,074,835
BEYER CROSSING RANCH: Big live water, working and recreational ranch with approx. 2,850 ft. of exceptional San Saba River frontage. Deep, wide stretch of water backed up by a natural dam with several small flowing waterfalls. The river banks are lined with lots of native pecan trees along with huge white oak and live oak trees upstream. Balance of ranch is primarily gently rolling live oak & mesquite country with very little cedar. Fences are low barbed-wire, recently built down the west boundary and ranch is cross-fenced into 3 pastures. Small older house near river used as a hunting cabin. One working well with electric submersible pump & generator feed into large concrete storage tank. Electric service on property, currently runs from along county road to the older oil well near center of property. $3,500 per acre. LOCATION/ACCESS: Only 8 miles west of Menard, TX off Highway 190 and Bois D'Arc road (county). Roughly 2 hours from Austin, 2 hours from San Antonio, 3 hours from Midland or 4 hours from Dallas/Ft. Worth. Majority of the ranch is very accessible with Parrish Rd (private) traversing across north end of property parallel to river while main pasture road runs the length of the ranch. Several smaller roads branch off or loop around to blinds, feeders, wells, etc. LAND: Beyer Crossing Ranch has great variety and topography ranging from park-like pecan bottoms along the river, to former cultivated fields and up to rockier soils and ridges in the span of a 200 ft. elevation change. Lots of big live oak timber, scattered mesquite, brush cover and very little cedar leaving open lanes and pockets of native grasses/range land. Topo drops back down off elevation on the south end and into a wet weather draw. Fields Creek crosses property near river while Bois D'Arc creek clips the SE portion. WATER: 2,850 feet of San Saba River front to enjoy for camping, swimming, fishing, kayaking, floating or just sittin' in. 3 windmill wells, only one working as it's equipped with submersible pump and feeds into large storage tank and water trough. Depths from nearby well logs show groundwater level near 40 feet closer to river and over 200 feet down near the more elevated south portion. IMPROVEMENTS: Older homestead, windmill and tank house right off county road currently used for hunting cabin and base camp. Ranch is perimeter, low fenced barbwire with cross fencing into three tracts. Electric on property near hunting camp and at a single oil well near center-east boundary of the ranch. Decent set of working pens for cattle with a fenced push lane. MINERALS/TITLE: New survey is completed and it's believed that seller owns all of the mineral title/interest which are negotiable.
$15,149,000  •  1,525 acres
Horsefly Mesa Ranch covers 1,525±deeded acres of majestic mountain property, located on a plateau betweenRidgway, Colorado and Norwood, Colorado. The ranch's topography serves up avariety of old growth Ponderosa, Aspens, Spruce, mountain shrubs, and naturalgrasses. The landscapes of open meadows, forests, canyons, and level open land areaccompanied by stunning views of the Dallas Divide. Elevations of the ranchrange from 8,400' to 8,900'. The area isvast and mostly untouched giving way to great opportunities for hunting andgrazing. Mckenzie Creek, Dripping Vat Creek, and East Fork Horsefly Creek runthrough the ranch giving excellent water supply for ponds, wildlife, andlivestock. The ranch is completely fenced, and a set of corrals is already inplace. The ranch is accessibleyear-round and is not under a conservation easement. The ranch has roads in place to get aroundthe spectacular acreage. The Horsefly Mesa Ranch is mostly undeveloped givingway for opportunities for hunting and livestock grazing within its fencedborders. Horsefly Mesa Ranch is in gamemanagement unit 62, which consists of 30% private land ownership and 70% publicland ownership. Unit 62 is over the counter elk tags and draw for Muledeer. Other species in the unit arepronghorn, black bear, mountain lion, and turkey. The ranch currently qualifiesand is enrolled in the landowner preference program. Located approximately 12 milesfrom the town of Ridgway and 22 miles from Montrose, each giving you amenitieslike shopping, restaurants, medical facilities, and entertainment venues. World class skiing can be had at TellurideSki Resort, approximately 62 miles from the ranch. Fishing can be found in every direction fromthe Black Canyon of Gunnison, San Miguel River, Dolores River, Blue Mesa, orRidgway Reservoirs, just to name a few. Simply put, the ranch is an outdoorsman's paradise, if it's not on theranch it can be found nearby.
Contact for Price  •  1,524 acres
1,524 ± Acres Over a mile of Red River frontage Rich fertile land for crops or pasture 55-60” average yearly rainfall Superb waterfowl hunting Great river and bow fishing Natural spring fed creek Duck slough of about 80-100± acres Sandy loam and Type 1 red dirt soil, good drainage
$15,500,000  •  1,300 acres
SUGAREE​ 1,300± acres | Athens, Texas 1 hour from Dallas Just off of 175/Loop7 and complete with an incredible on-ranch private access easement to the Athens Airport Jet Strip (currently under expansion and development planning). Thus, Sugaree opportunity provides a private owner or fishing/hunting commercial venture operation with something no other ranch I know of has.” Private and exclusive on-ranch access to a commercial jet strip! Additionally, up to three commercial hanger lot options are included in this offering. This added value amenity access is like no other and provides the ability for family, friends and guests to arrive or depart a stay via private plane without having to ever leave the ranch. Just arrive or depart via Polaris or ATV! It gets better and better! This property offers a diverse mix of topography, rolling grasslands, hayfields, forests, pines, pastures and a series of incredible lakes. Perimeters have been planted with over 70,000+ pine trees. There are several springs, soaks and creek beds, as well as two incredible clearwater fishing/swimming holes (hence the name “Sugaree”). There is also a potential for combining and expanding two existing lake locations (20 & 30 acres each) to create a single lake of an estimated 50+ acres or more. Duck, deer and fish are abundant. This property is a blank canvas and could go in any direction for private, shared or commercial ownership interests. There is an existing 4,000 sqft. Lodge/Cabin/Home on the edge of a private lagoon, as well as a skeet shooting range and new shop. Privacy, quick access to Athens, as well as Tyler and Dallas make this an ideal investment, private retreat or commercial operation.
$15,995,000  •  1,050 acres
This is truly a one-of-a-kind rare opportunity for the quality minded. Amazing water, great location, all around variety, great trees and rolling hills, cattle or horse dream place with hunting (deer, hogs, waterfowl), fishing, boating, and future development possibilities! This ranch offers so many uses, choices, and opportunities! Land is a good solid and safe investment that is only going up in value (theyre not making any more!) Control your asset and buy! What are you waiting for? Running a ranch as a business offers tremendous tax advantages and this place provides numerous ways for you to create your dream and change your lifestyle!
Contact for Price  •  954 acres
954 ± Acres 1,750± sq/ft house overlooking a pond 4 cabins with kitchen and living area 377± acres with new high fencing RV/trailer utilities 3 ponds and 2 creeks with bridges Managed trophy Whitetail 100± acres of improved pasture Timber management program
$2,400,000  •  916 acres
This amazing combination ranch has a stocking rate of 100 pair, very good fencing, 17 stock ponds, barns, pens and everything you need to start running your livestock.  About 80 acres of the ranch was previously planted in corn and has now been converted back to pasture .  Much of the open ground can be baled for hay.  The pasture consists of improved Bermuda Grass, clovers, Korean Lespedeza, some Fescue and native grasses.  The property is cross-fenced into 13 pastures with 17 ponds, and numerous catch pens and sorting pens.  There are multiple barns, one is about two years old, and one was configured for goats/sheep, with appropriate pens for the goats/sheep.  On a rise overlooking much of the ranch, and valley and foothills beyond the ranch, a house pad site has been prepared with a well and electricity to the site.  From this site you can see for many miles.  With a pond and Pine trees behind the site, it is a very beautiful and tranquil setting approximately 3300 feet from the county road.  About three years ago Pine trees were select cut from about 300 acres of the ranch to allow the remaining Pines and all the hardwoods room to grow and develop into larger trees.  This also developed a beautiful setting for recreational activities like nature hikes, deer and turkey hunting, 4-wheeling, horseback riding and other outdoor activities.  The understory is clear making it nice for bow hunters.  Some of the forested areas were left untouched to provide that “5 Star Hotel” for the wildlife.  This area is a surprise and will very likely be your favorite place on the ranch. Accessed by a county road it is located about seven miles from Kiowa, Oklahoma and Highway 69.  You can be in Dallas, TX in about 2.5 hours and in Oklahoma City, OK in about 2 hours and 10 minutes.  McAlester, OK is about 35 minutes from the property and a good place to do most of your shopping for vet and feed supplies, groceries, and obtain medical care, etc. The ranch is centrally located between McGee Creek Lake, Atoka Lake, Sardis Lake and Eufaula Lake.  These lakes offer great fishing, water sports, camping and other water related activities. For additional details or to view contact Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or toll free at 844-WCR-LAND. 
$7,750,000  •  906.62 acres
Summary: We see and work on a lot of different ranches around the state, and it generally takes a pretty special place to get us excited. This is one of those. Patridge Creek Ranch does not disappoint as it is one of the most scenic, diverse, and unique ranches you will find anywhere, and one you truly have to see to fully appreciate. Location: Located in northwestern Comanche County just east of the Brown County line, the Patridge Creek Ranch can be found approximately 12 miles northwest of Comanche, Texas, and is an easy 2.5 hours southwest of Dallas, 2 hours southwest of Fort Worth, and 1.25 hours southeast of Abilene. The property is centrally located between and approximately 30 minutes from Lake Proctor and Lake Brownwood. Physical Address: 1350 CR 175, Sidney, TX 76474. History: Just consider for a moment that this land was wild and widely uninhabited by Anglos up until the late 1,800's as this was Comanche Indian territory, as the county is so thusly named. Comanche and Kiowa Indians frequented the area, and their presence is clearly evidenced here by the collection of arrowheads, spearpoints, and tools regularly found on the property still today. On "star mountain" there are some old carvings dating back to the early 1,900's on a scenic lookout point, and other carvings inside a rock capped shelter that may pre-date these. Often during those earlier days Texas Rangers would take post on similar look out points for days at a time, scanning the vast prairies looking for raiding parties or threatening activity. Some of the many carvings seen could be Ranger identification numbers or symbols, as have been found on points much like these in the surrounding areas. Patridge Creek Ranch is the south pasture of a former 1,828 acre ranch known as Indian Hills. Terrain: The Hog Mountain Range, is a large expanse of mountainous country found in eastern Brown County and it extends east into Comanche County in only one location, the Patridge Creek Ranch. The leg of this mountain range that protrudes into the southwest portion of the property noticeably influences the landscape and has created 3 mountains which have been dubbed "rattlesnake mountain", "long mountain", and "star mountain". These mountainous portions of the property offer huge views of the ranch and surrounding area from rock outcroppings and protruding ridgelines that encircle these formations. Dense stands of shin oak along with an abundance of red oak, and red bud account for a large part of the tree cover and vegetation that blanket these hills. A good trail system allows access up to the top of and travel around the entire ridge of "rattlesnake mountain". Another trail provides access up to a saddle lookout point between "long" and "star" mountain, and then with just a short hike in either direction you can reach the summit of each of these unique geologic features that are marked by boulders, outcropping, overhangs, and "Indian caves". Below these mountains in the valley to the north lies Patridge Creek, a seasonal creek that meanders from west to east through the center of the ranch. The riparian areas that buffer this desirable water feature are heavily wooded and offer deeper soils allowing for wildlife food plot establishment. There's approximately 350' of incredible elevation change found across the property with a high of 1,920' above sea level atop "rattlesnake mountain" and a low of 1,570' near where Patridge Creek exits the property. Water: Patridge Creek is the primary water feature and the property provides ownership along both sides of this treelined creek for ~2.25 miles as it carves its way through the center of the ranch. Seasonally, it will run significant amounts of water and in drier conditions continue to hold long pools. In addition to the creek there are 4 stock ponds providing reliable water sources for wildlife, livestock, and recreation. There are 3 water wells on the property. Two being electric submersible pump wells, one of which serves the house and barns, and the third being an old windmill water well. Wildlife & Hunting: Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande turkey, hogs, varmint, dove, and ducks provide many hunting opportunities. The ranch was previously in the Managed Lands Deer Program (MLDP) - Harvest Option. In conjunction with TPWD recommendations, the previous owners of Indian Hills management efforts recently produced a monster low fenced buck scoring over 200" B&C and had previously produced some other really nice trophies including a buck that scored over 170" and had a rare double main beam on one side. There's an equally impressive turkey population that calls the ranch home. Any blinds and feeders located on the property will remain and convey as part of a sale. The buck: doe ratio is believed to be 1 buck: 3-4 does. Wildlife Food Plots: There are eight (8) wildlife food plots being actively farmed with 4 in various locations south of the creek and 4 north of the creek. One of which is near and visible from the ranch home. The food plots are not fenced and range in size from 0.25 up to 11+/- acres in size when all farmed. Oats are typically planted in the fall to attract wildlife. Tree Cover & Vegetation: Red oaks are incredibly abundant and mature live oaks are plentiful as well. There is a great mix of other trees including pecan, post oak, shin oak, elm, hackberry, cedar, mesquite, bumelia, redbud, blackhaw, persimmons, sumac, and cedar elm. Wildlife habitat is prime with approximately 70% of the ranch being heavily to moderately wooded. Browse species include elbowbush, skunkbush, greenbrier, catclaw mimosa, agarita and hog/sand plum. Ranch Home & Additional Structural Improvements: A ~2,880 SF two-story 5 bedroom/2 bath ranch house was built in the 1960's and is located in a perfect setting. The home easily sleeps 12 people, has a two-car garage, metal roof (7-8+/- years old) and is all electric. There is a wood burning fireplace in the living room and the HVAC was recently serviced. The home is very functional and in good condition. It also has a spacious yard surrounded by a pipe fence and mature trees. A metal ~1,800 SF 4-bay shop with rollup doors on a concrete slab is located just up the hill from the main house, and is believed to have been constructed in 2010. Across from this building is a ~1,550 SF rustic barn/hangout area with a lot of character and includes a woodburning stove near the center of the main area for all to gather around and share stories of their morning or evening hunts. Attached just behind this barn is a covered and lighted game cleaning station fully equipped with tie-down anchors, an over-head chain hoist and walk-in cooler/freezer, all on concrete. For some summer time fun, there's a large 30' diameter concrete water tank located in the heart of the ranch, that with some creativity and maybe a covered deck added, could make a really cool country swimming hole and hangout. (Note: Square footages and constructions dates were obtained from Comanche CAD and may be approximate.) Roads & Fencing: There are two entrances off of Comanche County Road 175 with the main and most northerly entrance being near the intersection of CR 175 and CR 165 with mature live oaks on either side of the gated entry. There's approximately 4,000' of all-weather caliche road frontage along CR 175, which is all high game fenced to add to the privacy and security of the property. Existing fences range in conditions from excellent to fair, and continue to turn livestock with minimal upkeep. The interior road system is superb providing access to all parts of the ranch. There's a good main loop road that winds its way in and around the ranch along with a great network of interconnected pasture roads and trails that provide excellent travel throughout the property. These roads/trails include 5 creek crossings that are passable in most conditions. There are a few places on the ranch where caliche can be utilized to repair and further improve roads if/when needed. Neighbors: There are several large neighbors surrounding the property. The neighbor to the south is believed to be approximately 3,800+/- acres and neighbor to the west/sw side of the property being 1,750+/- acres. Easements: There are no known pipeline easements, roadway easements, or large electric transmission line easements encumbering the ranch. Comanche County does have some wind development with wind turbines visible from and located approximately 4 miles south of the ranch, but with very minimal impact. Minerals: There is no O&G production on the ranch and the minerals are not leased at this time. Buyer will assume responsibility and expenses associated with a mineral ownership report if one is desired. Utilities: Electrical utility service is provided by Comanche County Electric Cooperative. Water to the improvements is provided by a water well and the home is on a private septic system. Property Taxes: The property is ag-exempt and property taxes are estimated to have been $6,605.46 for 2021. Furnishings: Some furnishings could be included as part of a turn-key sale. Asking Price: $7,750,000 ($8,548.23 per acre) Contacts: Bret Polk 254-965-0349 mobile 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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$3,571,055  •  844.22 acres
Overview: Grays Creek Ranch presents an incredible investment opportunity in a quiet yet convenient area just minutes N of Marshall, TX. The ranch is a heavily timbered and productive 844+/- acre property located in a desirable area in northern Harrison County. The property consists of rolling to flat terrain, mature native hardwood timber, planted loblolly pine, spring-fed creeks, four lakes (34.75+/-, 6.7+/-, 5.8+/-, and 2.3+/- acres in size), productive improved pastures, a pecan orchard, abundant wildlife, and access to utilities. Bordered on two sides by other heavily timbered properties and only ~13 miles from Harrison Airport, this property is nestled in a convenient, yet quiet part of Harrison County with FM or CR frontage on three sides. While visiting the ranch be sure to check out the quaint yet vibrant downtown area of Marshall, TX as well as many of the historical sites around the area. Marshall is home to The Wonderland of Lights during the holiday season with a storybook feel welcoming guest and tourist alike. Many unique local shopping and culinary opportunities can be found around town great for entertaining guest and family when visiting Grays Creek Ranch. Location: Grays Creek Ranch is located just ~7 miles north of Marshall, TX and ~7 miles south of Jefferson, TX on Memory Ln. just off of Hwy 59. Marshall and Jefferson are two unique, quaint East Texas towns. Both provide shopping, culinary and touring opportunities deep seated in Texas history. The ranch also has road frontage on Sue Belle Lake Road along the west side and FM 1997 along the north side. The ranch is conveniently located ~27 miles from the town of Longview, ~45 miles from Shreveport, and ~150 miles east of Dallas. Improvements: Main House: 1,550+/- SF with 2,400 add. SF of storage/shop space Bunk House: 1,743+/- SF 9,744+/- SF 14-stall horse barn with 3,800+/- SF of office and storage space Hay Barn: 9,000+/- SF Well/Well House High Fenced gated entrance Most of the property is high fenced with multiple entrances on 3 sides of the ranch. Shooting/Trap Range Over ~10 miles of improved trails with some being all weather iron ore based. Trees, Grass, Forbs: This area of Harrison County is known for sandy loam soils which are productive for both hay production and prolific timber stands. This property features approximately 160+/- acres of planted loblolly pine, an 8.5+/- acre pecan orchard, 96+/- acres of pasture, and 520+/- acres of native mixed timber. The native tree cover consists of red and white oak varieties, maple, dogwood, elm, birch, hickory, sweet & black gum, persimmon and willow. The grasses are predominately common and coastal Bermuda as well as some Bahia and native grasses. The vast majority of the property drains well providing year-round access from all entrances. Found within the stands of mature timber scattered across the farm are native forbs and browse that are highly attractive to deer and other wildlife. Surface Water: The highlight of the property is the 34.75+/-acre lake located in the SE portion of the ranch with approximately 4+/- acres of the lake being owned by an absentee owner. Three additional ponds and lakes can also be found on the ranch being 6.7+/-, 5.8+/-, and 2.3+/- acres in size. Nearly one mile of Grays Creek runs through the western half of the ranch as well as ~3.75 miles of additional creeks and tributaries. This property is also located within the Carrizo Wilcox aquifer making additional drinking/irrigation water accessible by adding an additional well if so desired. Topography: The highest point on the ranch can be found on the north side near the headquarters at 310' above sea level. The ranch gently slopes to the SW toward the Grays Creek bottoms settling just below 210' above sea level. The majority of the property is rolling to sloped terrain with the floodplain being found within the Grays Creek corridor. Wildlife: Grays Creek Ranch is situated in a scenic, quiet part of Harrison County where wildlife abounds. Whitetail deer and Eastern Turkeys are abundant on the ranch as well as waterfowl on the lakes. There are several areas across the ranch that would lend itself for further development of food plots and hunting areas. Dove populations can be abundant in late summer to early fall. Hospitals/Airports: See our Harrison County Resource Guide Easements: Pipeline easements, O&G pad sites and an electrical easement servicing the improvements on the property. Minerals: No minerals are believed to be owned. Seller will convey any minerals owned. Utilities: Electricity is provided by Upshur Rural Electric Co-op and water provided by a well. The property also has access to North Harrison WSC. Property Taxes: Ask Broker for details. Schools: Marshall ISD Price: $3,571,054.83 ($4,230/Acre) Contact: Cash McWhorter- Broker/Partner 469-222-4076 mobile Stephen Schwartz- East Texas Specialist, Agent 903-738-7882 mobile 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.
$5,000,000  •  810 acres
Northeast Texas Ranch For Sale In Bowie County, Texas 810± Acres • Cattle Operation Property Location: 1437 FM 44 W, De Kalb, TX 75559 Price Improvement: $5,000,000 Currently being used as a successful cow/calf operation, this premier property offers an abundance of amenities, improvements, and opportunities to continue growing. 810± Acre Cattle Operation • 810± acres of grassland, some hardwood & creek areas • Variety of native grasses include Bermuda, Common, Dallas, Fescue, Tye & more • Historically ranch operates at 200-350 cow/calf pairs • Fenced & cross-fenced • Pastures set for rotation • Over 10,000 sq ft commercial building previously used as meat packing facility & restaurant Hunting & Recreational Opportunities • Whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, bobcats & more! • Duck hunting on the water sheds & sloughs Plenty of Water for Commercial Management Plan, Livestock & Hunting • 23± acre lake + additional smaller lakes and stock tanks • Anderson Creek runs through the ranch Location • 2± hours to North Dallas • 30-45± Minutes to Texarkana, Paris, Clarksville, and Idabel UC Ranch Properties | AltaTerra Realty & Auction AltaTerraRealty.com • Premier@altaterrapremier.com J.W. Ross, Broker, RealTree Land Pro Expert 903-438-2585 • TX Lic #496806 Michael Strunc, REALTOR®, Realtree Land Pro, Auctioneer 903-341-0208 • TX Lic # 711195 SOILS: The property has Class II and Class III soils, mostly silty loam. Both Thenas fine sandy loam and Blevins silt loam. MINERALS: All owned to be conveyed. TERMS: Cash & Conventional. Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent. 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 United Country AltaTerra Realty & Auction, LLC. Franchise office is independently owned and operated.
$22,500,000  •  744 acres
BOM Overview   The Terry Bradshaw Quarter Horses Ranch is located in The Red River Valley of Southern Oklahoma in sought-after Love County, Oklahoma. This premier ranch consists of 744± acres, made up primarily of improved grasses with a gradual elevation change. Currently in operation as a working equestrian and cattle ranch, it is capable of running 200 AU in ideal weather conditions. The Terry Bradshaw Quarter Horses Ranch overlooks the Red River with miles of frontage along the Corps of Engineers- managed property adjacent to the River. There are 8 lakes ponds/small lakes strategically situated throughout the property assuring an abundance of water resources, delivering all the components necessary for hay production, working cattle and horse facilities and grasses essential to a superb hay. Ranch facilities are functional and good stewardship is amply demonstrated by the condition of the pastures as well as the excellently maintained condition of all capital improvements and infrastructure.   Improvements   The 8,600 square foot exquisite home is built in a rustic style with tall ceilings throughout. There are four oversized brick stone fireplaces, wood and tiled floors, wood paneling and the home lends itself to any style of interior design. Under roof, there are six spacious bedrooms and eight baths. There is an outdoor patio which spreads over approximately 1,000 square feet with a full kitchen, bar, fireplace, hot sauna and fire pit, making an excellent location to have family and friends over to watch the sun set. The sprawling, spacious, yet comfortable floor plan offers seclusion and privacy for a couple as well as accommodation for multiple guests, large family get-togethers or corporate retreats and entertainment. The house has a Control4 System and Sono System.   There is a large outdoor pool and a very large stone doghouse with fenced area for dogs to have much room to roam.   The equestrian improvements, built to perfection, consist of a 12-stall stallion barn, a 20-stall show barn with tack room and wash area. The 50-stall mare barn has a laboratory, state of the art breeding facility and office as well as a 75 by 140-foot covered arena. New weanling barn with 20 stalls, wash rack and tack/feed room.   Also, on the ranch is a set of working cattle pens, alley ways to all barns and pens, large six-bay shop to store farm implements, four-horse walker, a separate hay barn and show pig barn.   There is also a main office with full kitchen, bathroom, and fireplace. Fencing & Roads   The majority of the ranch is pipe and cable fencing in immaculate condition as well as 5 and 6 wire barbed wire fence.  All cattle working facilities are pipe fencing as well.  The ranch includes a winding asphalt paved road from the gate to the main house, providing invaluable ease and all-weather access to the ranch and home for sports cars and luxury vehicles.   There are numerous internal trials throughout property for walking, ATV, 4-wheelers and horseback riding.   Location   Terry Bradshaw Quarter Horses Ranch is situated approximately 5 miles north of the Red River in Love County, which places it directly between Oklahoma City (125 miles to the north) and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas (70 miles to the south). Love County falls within the boundaries of the ancestral Chickasaw Nation which houses one of the largest casinos in the world, Winstar Casino. The location, views and vistas of the ranch offer a feeling of privacy, space and seclusion from the world, yet traveling on Interstate 35, the shopping, entertainment, fine dining and Winstar resort facilities are just one exit south of the ranch exit.   Love County is named for Overton Love (1823-1891), esteemed Chickasaw Nation judge. The city of Marietta is the county seat.  Lake Murray, 15 miles north of Marietta, offers 6,000 acres of clear water and 20,000 surrounding acres. Created in the 1930's, it is the first and largest state park devoted entirely to recreation. Falcon Head Resort & County Club, located 15 miles northwest of Thackerville, is the only course accessible to the average golfer to have been played by the LPGA and PGA tours. Love County has been attracting outstanding quarter horse trainers since the 1980's who move there to take advantage of the moderate climate, sandy soils, affordable land, and low property taxes. The ranch's location in Thackerville along the I-35 corridor places it midway between OKC and Fort Worth, sites of the world's major shows for reining, cutting, roping, and barrel racing. ​ Highlights ​ 744± Acres Thackerville, Oklahoma – Love County Working Quarter Horse/Equestrian and Cattle Ranch Overlooks the Red River 8 Lakes and Ponds 8,600 Sq. Ft. Main House Six Bedrooms Large Pool 1,000 Sq. Ft. Outdoor Patio with Full Kitchen Multiple Equestrian Improvements 12 Stall Stallion Barn with wash/groom area 20 Stall Show Barn 50 Stall Mare Barn 20 Stall Weanling Barn State of the Art Breeding Facility Laboratory and Office 75’ x 140’ Covered Arena Office with Full Kitchen and Bath New none climb fence for mares / babies 4 new covered feeders Approx. 2,600 Sq Ft. Managers House Approx.  4 bedroom bunkhouse Large 6 Bay Equipment and Implement Shop and Barn Working Cattle Pens Riding Trails Throughout the Property Location 5 Miles North of the Red River 70 Miles to DFW 125 Miles to Oklahoma City 5 Minutes to WinStar Casino
$4,999,000  •  680 acres
Courthouse Peak Ranch is a stunning off-grid hunting property. The ranch consists of 680+/- acres and spans 1.7 miles long and 1 mile wide on the west end. The views off the cabin porch are second to none, with the San Juan Mountains in your face with 10- 13 thousand-foot peaks and Sneffels standing at over 14,000 feet. This ranch has been in the family since it was initially homesteaded back in 1888 and preserved through conservation for future generations. The two-bedroom log cabin with loft can sleep up to 20 people and is at the end of the road where no one else can have access and located within two air miles of Cimarron Mountain Club. As you make your way through the ranch, you'll go from the thick oaks that offer tons of feed for the elk, Mule deer, and bears, up to the staggering aspen groves, several creeks, and ponds flowing throughout the property, offering some of the best habitats in the West. Located in Unit 65, this property qualifies for landowner tags annually with two applications in which you could draw several Mule deer tags. Elk is "Over the Counter" for archery second and third seasons. As the season progresses, you'll see several herds throughout the ranch, a main migration of the Cimarron Mountains. Elk hunting on the ranch is nothing short of phenomenal; big bulls up to 350 class have been taken off the ranch. This property is a wildlife sanctuary. Don't discount the bear hunting; several world-class black bears find their way through, with some tipping the scale at over 500 pounds. Courthouse Peak Ranch is located between Montrose and Ridgway, Colorado, which offers excellent amenities from the regional airport with flights to Denver, Dallas, and Houston daily, hospital, and all the shopping you could desire. Call us today for a tour of this fantastic property.
Contact for Price  •  650 acres
650 acres, more or less, located in Erath County Texas. Located just one and a half hours from Downtown Dallas lies this beautiful balance of meadows, hills and over 3 miles of both sides of the Paluxy River flowing through the middle of the ranch. Contact the duPerier Texas landman to take a look at our new river offering.
$5,942,000  •  642 acres
Luna Ranch Description: Just 30 minutes from downtown Dallas is the hidden recreational gem, Luna Ranch. This ranch sits on 642 +/- acres of land that is rich with wild game. The property is currently being utilized to run cattle and serves as a weekend retreat and hunting oasis. With access to the Southfork Sabine River, Renfro Creek, multiple stock tanks and duck sloughs, water is prolific. Housing: The main residence on Luna Ranch sits behind a gated concrete driveway. The home is situated on the highest part of the ranch and has 5 bedrooms, with one of the rooms being set up as a bunk room. It has an open floor plan living room, and covered parking. Location: Luna Ranch is an incredibly rare find considering the size of land and close proximity to Dallas. The ranch is located right outside of Munson, TX. The north end of the ranch borders State HWY 276 and the south end fronts FM 1565. The property is dues east of Rockwall, TX and south of Royce City, TX. This property provides secluded large contiguous acreage conveniently located to several major cities. Water: Renfro Creek runs through the central and southern portions of the ranch. The South Fork Sabine River runs through the northern part of the property. Bermuda Grass can be found throughout the ranch and is especially lush throughout the floodplain portions and in the river bottoms. The property also has multiple ponds. Wildlife: There are ample hunting opportunities at Luna Ranch. There is a heavy presence of wildlife that traverses the river and creek corridors. The native whitetail population is very healthy and quite impressive. Numerous trophy bucks have been harvested over the years with several scoring in the 160's. Multiple blinds and feeders are positioned throughout the property. Migrating waterfowl frequent the duck sloughs in the winter months and can be thick at certain times. Hogs and dove are also found on the ranch. Land: Rolling hay meadows mixed with mature hardwood thickets paint a beautiful backdrop with Luna Ranch. There is about 35' of elevation change throughout the property. One concrete road runs the length of the property and provides year-round access into the river bottoms even during wet conditions. Approximately 80 - 85% of the ranch falls within the FEMA floodplain. The majority of the soils consist of Kaufman clay, Heiden clay, Crockett loam, and Nahatche loam. Other: Covered hay barn Perimeter and cross fencing in place Cattle pens The entire ranch is under a wildlife management plan with Hunt County and receives ag exemption status
$1,669,500  •  635 acres
Deep Branch Creek Hunting and Recreational Haven This 635-acre wilderness hunting haven is set up with a good trail system through most of the property that will accommodate a full size side-by-side.  Power line right of ways provide excellent shooting lanes for long range rifle hunting.  The understory is amazingly open for the avid bow hunters.  Multiple food plots are already planted and utilized by the Whitetail deer and turkey.     This is a bird watching paradise with sightings of a large variety of birds including Bald Eagles.  Beautiful moss rock, in a range of sizes, are located on different areas of the ranch.  The moss rock and flag stone could be a potential revenue source.   Mature hardwoods, including Oak and Hickory, provide a nice canopy and cover for the wildlife and an abundant acorn crop, and grasses for forage.   Deep Branch Creek runs for about One and a half miles and Brushy Creek runs over 1000 feet through the property.  Three Corp overflow half-dams create sizable pools for abundant water supply for wildlife and fishing fun.  The head waters of the deep Branch creek are from over 6 miles of tributaries and several miles of Bushy Creek water basin and its tributaries and underground springs.  The rolling terrain is reminiscent of the foothills of the Ozarks. Once you see it you can not un-see it!! The outstanding views could be home to a number of  Airbnb  Cabins or subdivided for hunting and  fishing or peaceful getaways. The existing trail system could also be used for Hiking and four-wheeler trails.  There are many recreational opportunities in the area; The Illinois River, very popular for floating, kayaking, and rafting,  is less than a 1/4 mile from the property.  And the Arkansas River is about three miles away.   For personal use or family reunions.  Hunting, fishing, 4-wheeler trails, hiking, camping – “One of a Kind”.  This might be an “Excellent Real Estate Investment”! Call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND with questions or to view. Location:  7 minutes to Gore, OK- Auto services, restaurants, groceries, supplies. 19 minutes to Interstate 40 Within 2 hours of Bentonville, Fayetteville, and Springdale, Arkansas Fort Smith AR              45 miles Branson, MS                190 miles Tulsa, OK                     75 miles Oklahoma City, OK      142 miles Kansas City, MS           300 miles Dallas, TX                    250 miles Muskogee, OK             30 miles About Deep Branch “FishBrain blog” Can you fish in Deep Branch? Deep Branch is a stream near Muskogee. At Gore landing area. The most popular species caught here are White bass, Largemouth bass, and Striped bass. 34 catches are logged on Fishbrain. Please use your best judgement when determining where you can fish, and make sure you follow local regulations. Climate: TEMPERATURE PRECIPITATION OTHER FACTS WINTER WEATHER Average Annual: 61 degrees Average Maximum: 72 degrees Average Minimum: 49 degrees Highest: 115 degrees (Sallisaw, August 10, 1936) Lowest: -19 degrees (Sallisaw, January 18, 1930) Days of 90 Degrees or Higher: 67 Days of 20 Degrees or Lower: 19 Average Annual: 47.80 inches Days With Precipitation: 85 Wettest Year: 75.93 inches in 1990 Driest Year: 23.35 inches in 1936 Greatest Daily Rainfall: 6.04 inches (Sallisaw, July 15, 1961) Average Annual Snowfall: 7.2 inches Days with snow on ground: 5 Greatest Seasonal Snowfall: 20.2 inches (1977-1978) Greatest Daily Snowfall: 13.0 inches (Sallisaw, February 19, 1921) Last Freeze in Spring: April 3 First Freeze in Autumn: November 2 Growing Season: 212 Days
Contact for Price  •  600 acres
This 600 acre ranch located in the Piney Woods of East Texas contains a nice balance of high ground and low ground, contributing to a great diversity of topography, flora, fauna, and potential for improvement. Located approximately 130 miles southeast of Dallas and about 180 miles northeast of Houston, the property is situated near the northeast corner of Cherokee County, with easy access to local community amenities in Henderson, Jacksonville, and Tyler. Mills Creek and Bowles Creek converge on this tract, both of which are major tributaries to Lake Striker, which is about six miles to the south. Over thirty-six hundred feet of Mills Creek and around four-thousand feet of Bowles Creek meander through the ranch, contributing to multiple duck marshes and sloughs near the creeks. Many of these features could be improved to provide ample winter duck hunting. The current owners have encountered multiple springs throughout the property, as is common in this area of Texas, which is characterized by tall, mature hardwoods, pine trees, and grassy meadows, all of which provide great habitat for deer and turkey. For your opportunity to view this exceptional piece of land in the Piney Woods of East Texas, contact Duperier Texas Land Man today.
$4,999,000  •  591.48 acres
Yellowstone in Colorado? The Dutton Family has nothing on this historic & hidden valley embedded and extending +/- 1.7 miles into the 1.8-million-acre San Juan National Forest made up of +/- 591 acres. Offering privacy beyond belief, Yellow Jacket Creek Ranch is a working cattle ranch and has produced more elk, trophy mule deer, turkey & bear than one can count…