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$640,000  •  640 acres
A great ranch located in western Oklahoma, with several ponds, and canyons through out the property. The land offers good winter and summer pasture for cattle. There are good fences along the boundary, cattle guards on the entrances for easy access, water located in different parts of the ranch, and a water tap in the center of the property. Also, this property has potential to be set up as a hunting property, with the water, canyons, and draws. I saw several deer when touring the property. The property is 23 miles from Leedey, 33 miles from Elk City, and 133 from Oklahoma City. Call today to set up a showing.
$925,000  •  161 acres
he Maria Del Ray is located about an hour and a half NW of Austin and 30 minutes from Lampasas. The Ranch fronts County Road 327. The varied topography has around 140 feet of elevation change and gives the ranch a wide variety of looks. The hilltops offer big time views in all directions, so you can enjoy a magnificent sunset and sunrise every day. The bottom land below the hills are ideal food pot locations. There are two ponds that could be expanded. There is very good game cover, consisting of Live Oak, Spanish Oak, Shin Oak, Elm and Cedar. There is good road system thru the ranch and the perimeter fences is in good condition. A new well was drilled in 2017 and electricity is on the property. Improvements consist of a barndominium, build in 2016. There are 2 bedrooms, 2 bathes, and large upstairs room as additional sleeping quarters, kitchen, CACH and propane. The garage area is insulated and has 2 overhead doors. It could be used as additional living area or a huge man cave. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, hogs and varmints. The property is ag exempt and 2018 taxes were $546.43. The Maria Del Ray is absolute great hunting, recreational ranch with loads of character. This place is ready to go. All you need to do is bring your toothbrush and start enjoying this premier ranch. Call Texas Ranch Brokers listing agents: Mike Bacon 512-940-8800 or Drew Colvin 512-755-2078 for any additional information.
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$534,744  •  150.4 acres
$554,224
Tract D consists of 150.4 acres. Several thousand feet of frontage on Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek, is also noted on Tract D. Numerous live oaks, pecans, and other hardwoods line the creek. A cultivated field is fenced in located on the property. The field would allow for establishment of small grains for wildlife or cattle, sunflowers for doves and turkey or hay products in the summer. Contact management regarding ag exemptions or establishing wildlife exemptions. The Noble foundation from Ardmore Oklahoma will consult with property owners on pond, flora, and fauna management. The properties partially fenced. Access is off County Road 199. Electricity will be available to each tract. The properties are deed restricted. No water wells or septic system currently exist. Internet is also available at 10, 50, and 100 Megabytes if interested. More land is available if desired. We encourage you to visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself the serenity, beauty and quiet of this little slice of the Hill County. Owner agent. Contact Jake Hersman for more information 469-223-6989.
$373,906  •  102.44 acres
Tract B consists of 102.44 acres. A 3/4 acre pond is located in the northeast corner of the property. Numerous live oaks, and rolling topography create amazing views. There has been no livestock on the property for a significant time, allowing for abundant grass cover. Contact management regarding Ag exemptions or securing a wildlife exemption on the property. The Noble foundation, from Ardmore Oklahoma will consult with property owners on pond, flora, and fauna management. The property is partially fenced. Access is off County Road 199. Electricity will be available to each tract. Internet is also available and 10, 50, and 100 megabytes if interested. The properties are deed restricted. No water well or septic system currently exists. More land is available if desired.
$273,980  •  75.58 acres
Tract L consists of 75.58 acres and includes a portion of Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek, which serves as a conduit for many species of wildlife. An existing game camera, feeder, and blind are present which are frequently visited, and recorded, by Whitetail deer, Turkeys, and many small game species. A portion, approximately 30 acres of property, includes a fenced, and managed food plot which can attract Mourning Doves in the fall as well as Whitetail deer and turkeys in the winter months at no cost to the Ranch owner. Electricity, provided by Comanche Electric Co-Op, is available as is fiber optic Internet cable if so desired. The fiber optic cable is managed by Central Texas Telephone. The property has an abundance of tree cover for wildlife and open areas for grazing. Ask about the Noble Research Institute which can provide information about grasses, trees, pond management, stocking rates, and game management at no cost to the Ranch owner. An owner can maintain the existing wildlife exemption or request an agricultural exemption. The Ranch is priced to include a $4000.00 fencing allowance. Deed Restrictions and a Road maintenance Agreement are in place to maintain value. Build a treehouse, hunt, look at the stars, manage your livestock, look for your arrowheads or just get away from it all. Please visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself what this little slice of heaven can do for you or your family.
$254,890  •  71 acres
Tract K consists of 71.0 acres. Multiple building sites can be created, all with sweeping views of the large neighboring Ranches. Numerous large Live Oaks are scattered throughout the property with significant elevation changes. Thick native grasses are located throughout the ranch due to the lack of grazing in recent years. The neighbor to the West is interested in a fencing contribution that could be repaid with grazing rights. A $4000 fencing allowance is reflected in the purchase price as listed. Numerous Whitetail deer are often seen on the ranch as well as turkey and the occasional quail. Existing ranch roads crisscross the ranch and lead to the various building sites. A new private road on the east side of the ranch is utilized to access the property. Deed Restrictions and a Road Maintenance Agreement are available to Oak Ridge Ranches and are designed to maintain property values. The Noble Research Institute in Ardmore Oklahoma is available for management advice at no cost to the ranch owner. The individual ranch owner can select either a wildlife or an agricultural property tax exemption after January 2021. Electricity is available to all Ranches within Oak Ridge, powered by Comanche Electric Co-Op. Buried fiber optic cable is available if high-speed Internet access is needed.
$234,098  •  63.7 acres
Under Contract
Tract A consists of 63.7 acres. A 1/2 acre pond is located on the northwest corner of the property. Numerous large live oaks, a zip slide and tree house complete the recreational paradise on Tract A. The terrain consists of a rolling topography with amazing views. There has been no livestock on the property for a significant time, allowing abundant grass cover. Contact management regarding maintaining Ag exemption for securing a wildlife exemption on the property. The Noble foundation, from Ardmore, Oklahoma will consult with property owners on the pond, flora and fauna managements. The property is partially fenced. Access is off County Road 199. Electricity will be made available to each tract. Internet is also available at 10,50 and 100 megabytes if interested. The properties are deed restricted. No water well or septic system currently exists. More land is available if desired.
$228,921  •  59.46 acres
Under Contract
Tract C consists of an old homestead which was built on the Ranch over 100 years ago. The previous owner’s father was born on site. The homestead consists of a functional cellar which could be used for storage, a wine cellar, or storm cellar. All that the cellar needs to be operational, is the installation of a functional door. Although uninhabitable, the interior lumber on the old homestead, is in great shape and could be repurposed to construct a new dwelling on the same site. Several majestic 200 to 300 year old Live Oaks are present on site. A windmill and a cistern are also present. Railroad cars that were built in 1917, could function as storage sites, and are surrounded by fenced paddocks. The old homestead is located on nearly 2000 feet of frontage on Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek which traverses the property. Over 150 pecan trees are noted along the creek which have recently been trimmed. The pecan trees can be outsourced to individuals who manage the pecan crop for a part of the proceeds. Whitetail deer, turkeys, and other small game are often noted along the creek. An elevated deer blind is noted on the northern edge of the wheat field. A local farmer has planted Milo which can provide an excellent food source for Mourning Doves. The grain crop will be replaced by wheat in the winter months which are attractive to any number of game species at no cost to the ranch owner. An association with the Noble Research Institute can answer a lot of questions about property management at no cost to the property owner. Deed restrictions and a Road Maintenance Agreement are available on all Oak Ridge Ranches to maintain property value. Ask about the $4000 fencing allowance which has been included in the above-mentioned priced. A property owner could file for an existing wildlife exemption or an agricultural exemption could be filed. We would encourage you to visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself what this interesting site has to offer you or your family.
$228,982  •  59.28 acres
Under Contract
Tract H consists of 59.28 acres. A three-quarter acre pond currently exists on the western border of the property. The pond would provide numerous recreational opportunities. A potential homesite is within side of the pond and surrounded by large live oaks and other trees. Abundant wildlife exists. The Noble foundation from Ardmore Oklahoma will consult with property owners on pond, flora, and fauna management. Contact management regarding ag exemptions or establishing wildlife exemptions. The property is partially fenced. Electricity will be available to every site. The properties are deed restricted. Internet is available at 10, 50, or 100 megabytes if interested. More land is available if desired. We encourage you to visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself the serenity, beauty and quiet of this little slice of the Hill County. Owner agent. Contact Jake Hersman for more information 469-223-6989
$211,525  •  50.97 acres
Under Contract
Tract E consists of 50.97 acres. Frontage on Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek, is noted on tract E. Numerous live oaks, pecan trees, and other hardwoods line the creek. Numerous hardwoods exist on the balance of the property with amazing views. Abundant wildlife is evident and often use the Creek for cover. The Noble foundation from Ardmore Oklahoma will consult with property owners on flora and fauna management. Contact management regarding Ag exemptions or establishing wildlife exemptions. The property is not fenced. Access is off County Road 189. Electricity would be available to each Tract. The properties are deed restricted. No water well or septic system currently exists. Internet is available at 10, 50, and 100 Megabytes if interested. More land is available if desired. We encourage you to visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself the serenity, beauty and quiet of this little slice of the Hill County. Owner agent. Contact Jake Hersman for more information 469-223-6989.
Contact for Price  •  50 acres
50 ± Acres 4,100± square foot ranch house 4BR/3BA/1HB Tennis court Large manicured yard 2,700± square foot hay barn Tack room, Storage barn and workshop Trinity well Rich and lush pastureland
$450,000  •  30 acres
Productive Farmland For Sale in Council Bluffs, IA Nice highly productive river bottom farm that has had no impact from the floods of 2011 & 2019. This farm is zoned Industrial and has Highway 370 frontage, and averages over 1300' in depth. Farmland is being sold separately and acreage is NOT included. All acres are estimates. Gross taxable acres 85.74+/- . Net Taxable acres 83.09+/- CSR2 average rating 81.10. FSA information, soil maps, and aerial maps are available in the Documents Section for your review. FSA field map information is being updated. For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 14017-18400