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$6,861,250  •  1,247.5 acres
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1,247.5 Acres with Extensive Brazos River Frontage SE of Possum Kingdom Lake, Palo Pinto Co., Texas LOCATION:Approximately 1.5 hours west of Fort Worth and 15 minutes northwest of Palo Pinto. Directions From Palo Pinto go north on FM 4 for approximately 6 miles then west / left onto Fortune Bend Road. From Graford go west 1.5 miles, then south on FM 4 for 4.2 miles then west/right onto graveled Fortune Bend Road for 8.4 miles where the property starts. TERRAIN:Mostly thick game covered terrain; gently rolling to slopes and plateaus of cedar, mesquite, red oak, sumac, and post oak. Large rock outcrops on high point bluffs of School House Mountain overlooking the property and Brazos River. Numerous impressive vistas overlooking the vastness. WATER:Extensive and beautiful Brazos River frontage on opposite ends, which is seriously rare! RESTRICTED: No subdivision of 100 acres or less, and more. HUNTING:Not commercially hunted for years and years, and home to whitetail deer, feral hogs, turkeys, bobcats, coyotes, etc.. MINERALS:None owned; however, any minerals owned by Seller will be conveyed on this property. There are some petroleum wells on the property, and unknown if active or not. COMMENTS:An unusual property; no doubt! Featuring high bluffs with incredible views; very raw and rugged terrain; private; prime native hunting; and river fishing. PRICE:$5,500.00 per acre or $6,861,250.00. ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE. SELLER CAN RECEIVE AND ACCEPT BACKUP CONTRACTS.
$4,000,000  •  1,100 acres
Briar Patch Lake is an exceptional property and an even rarer opportunity to own 2.4 miles of Savannah River frontage much of which is described as high bluff. Located just south of Augusta, GA this iconic property has served avid sportsmen for generations, well known for its abundance of turkey, waterfowl, and massive whitetail deer this property offers something for all hunters and their families alike. The landscape is diverse in nature with upland pine plantations transitioning to bottomland hardwood offering excellent transitional habitat conducive to abundant populations of wild game. Multiple wildlife plots have been strategically placed throughout the property, with seasonal plantings, a rigorous feeding program and selective harvest, the genetics, and quality of deer hunting are phenomenal. The Briar Patch Lake is easily accessible with an excellent road system much of which is improved and capped with gravel. In addition to the excellent road system, there is a private concrete boat ramp for the launching of fishing boats or kayaks for those exploratory river excursions. Other features include a small fishing camp with a fireplace located on Briar Patch Lake, this is a private secluded oxbow lake that offers incredible crappie fishing not to mention a perfect setting for entertaining guests after a long day afield. The timber has been under a vigorous management plan for some years now, the containerized loblolly that was planted in 2019, much of it is now 10-12 ft to terminal bud, evidence of the extraordinary site that exists. These plantations will continue to yield high annual growth rates and make a solid investment return for the next owners. The natural hardwood bottoms consist of mature red oak, white oak, gum, maple, and cypress much of which is of the saw timber quality. Briar Patch Lake is the epitome of a well-managed high-end recreational property that will offer much enjoyment as well as long-term financial returns, it is well suited for a private family compound or just a weekend retreat area. Currently, there are no conservation easements in place on this property. The natural features that exist here on Briar Patch Lake would lend itself to be an excellent candidate should the next owner be interested in taking advantage of this opportunity.
$1,472,000  •  920 acres
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Price Reduced!!! Double Creek 920 is second to none when it comes to recreational property. This mostly wooded tract is located in Howell County and less than 20 min from West Plains. The property is loaded with diversity including multiple ridges and draws, creek bottoms, and Highway 17 provides approx 1/2 mile of paved road frontage. To top it all off, there’s a 30’x48′ cabin that is the ideal place to spend time with guests and have deer camp.  Structure: The structure on Double Creek 920 ...
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$6,649,403  •  831.18 acres
Overview: In the early 1930's the Trinity River wrapping around Cottonwood Bend was redirected and the levee was constructed to help control flooding in the area. As a result, the lore of Cottonwood Bend was created, as the old River Channel known as 'The Cutoff' and the new course of the Trinity River wraps around both sides of the ranch. Cottonwood Bend is a true legacy ranch with unmatched surface water, property features, seclusion, and proximity to the DFW Metroplex. A ranch as special as Cottonwood Bend does not come on the open market often. The ranch's abundant surface water creates opportunities for exceptional waterfowl hunting and bass fishing. The ranch is also in a primetime location with very large low-fenced ranch neighbors which allows for great whitetail deer hunting. The Trinity River Levee District protects over ~56% of the ranch from flooding. In addition to wildlife, the ranch can easily be income producing for cattle, hay/grass, row crop or a tree farm if so desired. Location: An easy ~75 miles SE of Dallas on the Navarro & Henderson County line approximately 20 miles to Athens, TX and approximately 25 miles to Corsicana, TX. The town of Malakoff is located approximately 9 miles away, and has numerous restaurants, supply stores and a Brookshire's grocery store. Bass Lake (East of Levee - Protected Side): Largemouth bass fishing in the 37+/- acre lake is excellent and the water clarity is superb. The visual aesthetics of the lake are truly breathtaking. The lake was built in 2012 and stocked with Florida largemouth bass and a variety of baitfish. The lake level appears to remain fairly constant, and the fishery habitat is first class. The lake was also designed with the waterfowler in mind. Water from the lake can be released to flood the 2 wetland units that are between the large lake and The Cutoff. The lake was also designed so that it could be drawn down, so the westernmost finger of the lake could be planted in millet, and then flooded for the upcoming waterfowl season. The Cutoff: One of the more unique features you will find on any ranch anywhere. The Cutoff essentially serves as your very own private river, as its boundaries are only shared with two other neighbors. This unique feature runs approximately 5.3 miles, with over 4.3 miles accessible to Cottonwood Bend by boat. The ranch has approximately 2.5 miles of frontage on The Cutoff with its' own private boat ramp. Depths average from 8-12 feet deep and allow for a full-sized bass boat to make a nice run with Blue Herons and Kingfishers everywhere. Water quality and clarity is very good and vastly superior to the waters of the Trinity River. The Cutoff provides 110+/- acres of surface water that are accessible to Cottonwood Bend and gives the feel of a large channel on a private lake. Ample fishing opportunities are present in The Cutoff, to include alligator and spotted gar, catfish (Blue, Channel and Flathead), largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, freshwater drum and a variety of baitfish such as sunfish. Trinity River: With ~0.95 miles of Trinity River frontage, the ranch is located within a central flyway and in an area that harbors large populations of waterfowl throughout the wintering months. The Trinity River corridor is a well-known Texas flyway, with the Richland Creek WMA located just on the opposite side of the river and to the southwest of the ranch. Ample fishing opportunities are present on the Trinity River, to include alligator and spotted gar, catfish (Blue, Channel and Flathead), largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, freshwater drum and a variety of baitfish such as sunfish. Duck Lake (West of Levee): A 25+/- acre shallow water lake is located a short distance from the Trinity River on the west side of the levee and is another body of water attracting ducks during the winter months. Duck blinds are located at both ends of the lake. The fish species in the lake are believed to be the same species of fish that are in the Trinity River. The Island: This heavily treed 75+/- acres consists of massive mature trees and a strong population of deer and hogs. It is accessed by utilizing a concrete crossing to provide access across Cedar Creek, with several nicely maintained trails throughout The Island. Cedar Creek: There is ~0.4 miles of both sides of Cedar Creek running through the property. Cedar Creek empties into the Trinity River on the west side of the ranch and serves as the dividing line from The Island and the rest of the ranch. A concrete creek crossing is in place to provide access to The Island. The property is located several miles below the dam of Cedar Creek Lake. Wildlife: Ducks, geese, whitetail deer, feral hogs, turkey, bobcats, coyotes, racoons, river otter, beavers, wading birds, songbirds, and hawks are some of the many wildlife species on this property. Wetland Units: Eighteen (18) wetland units total 135+/- acres of shallow water prime for attracting a variety of waterfowl species and wading birds. Fifteen (15) units are on the east side of the levee making up 109+/- acres of wetlands. Three (3) units are on the west side of the levee making up 26+/- acres of wetlands. The wetland units are comprised of perennial smartweed as well as planted corn and millet to provide the ultimate buffet for wintering waterfowl. The engineered designed wetland units can flood and release water on command through the use of numerous valves and cutoffs. The avid waterfowler with a management minded approach knows and understands processes, food types, prescribed burn management, unit flooding timing/levels all play roles into a successful season but must maintain the mindset to change from year to year based on the previous seasons' patterns. Cottonwood Bend has been thoughtfully set up to properly manage each unit to maximize success and wetland vegetation. Waterfowl imprinting is also a key component to successful days in the field. This can be achieved by following the current management plans, understanding and knowing when and why to change the course of action. With continued attention to detail Cottonwood Bend will certainly provide future generations many successful days in the duck blind. Water Rights: Cottonwood Bend is allocated 223.11 Acre feet of water rights that can be pumped out of The Cutoff from an electric pump station and into the primary managed wetland cells with a 6" size waterline with numerous valves and cutoffs to effectively flood on demand. Silos: Cottonwood Bend has two (2) grain silos that have been converted into living quarters. Each silo has an upstairs room and a downstairs room with private access from the exterior. Out of the four rooms, three are bedrooms and one is a common area with a small kitchen. Each room has its' own full bathroom. The rooms are approximately 435/sq. ft, with the southern grain silo having an upstairs and downstairs porch that overlook the wetlands and most of the ranch. Game Room: Built within the last decade to look rustic with all the amenities to entertain. This structure has spray in foam insulation, central heat & air, a safe room, bathroom, kitchen and open concept for socializing over the day's affairs. It is a great space to entertain, cook and plan the next day's hunt. Bunkrooms: Two (2) portable structures are approximately 308 square feet each and set up to accommodate a large number of people. The portable buildings are solidly built, as they were built to withstand hurricanes and were brought to the ranch from the coast. One structure has 6 sets of bunk beds that can easily sleep 12 people. Each bunk bed has its own private storage/closet area and TV. There are two full bathrooms within the unit. The second structure has a master living area on one side and a set of bunk beds on the other side. A full bathroom separates the two rooms from one another. Barn: The barn at Cottonwood Bend is located next to the other major improvements and is approximately 3,920 square feet. A breezeway runs through the middle of the barn where vehicles and equipment can drive through. The barn has all the classic amenities that you are looking for in a duck camp. An enclosed kitchen is a great spot to meetup with the group in the morning to have a cup of coffee on those bone chilling mornings. Adjacent to the enclosed kitchen is a mudroom that is thoughtfully designed with the waterfowler in mind. The functional design, storage and individual bays for the hanging waders, gear, and guns make for quick access to the field and will impress the most discerning guests. A dog run/kennel is located on one side of the barn that offers a place for your beloved companions to rest up before and after days in the field. The functional barn has numerous other storage areas, enclosed and open-air, present throughout the remaining covered area. Terrain: Property is flat to slightly rolling with approximately 20 feet of elevation change. There is a massive levee bisecting the property which protects the land and improvements located east of the levee from flooding. Vegetation and Soils: Tree types include red oak, burr oak, post oak, cottonwoods, hackberrys, black willow, and dogwoods. For centuries, as the topsoil from the northern Trinity River basin would runoff into the river flowing south, it would deposit that topsoil at Cottonwood Bend when the river would get out of its' banks. As a result, Cottonwood Bend has some of the most fertile ground around, perfect for livestock and/or growing a variety of crops for agriculture or recreation. Property serves as an excellent vegetable farm to sell to local vendors or larger operation if desired. Internal Roads & Access: The property is accessed by a deeded easement that traverses a very well-maintained levee road off of FM 1667 and into the ranch. Cottonwood Bend has a good system of interior roads/trails making all parts of the ranch easily accessible. Fencing: The wetland units on the east side of the levee have hog-proof fencing around the perimeter. Blinds & Feeders: Cottonwood Bend has 14 Pit Blinds (1 currently in the barn not set) and 4 permanent above ground blinds for effective waterfowl hunting opportunities, as well as numerous spots to construct additional permanent and/or temporary blinds. For the whitetail enthusiast, the ranch also has 6 tower stands strategically placed throughout the ranch, with corn feeders at each stand. Electricity: Oncor services the electricity to the property. Water Wells: Two functional water wells exist on the property. Minerals: The seller believes to own a small portion of the mineral estate. Easements: A gas pipeline crosses the property. It is regularly maintained. Property Taxes: 2021 Taxes are estimated to be $5,192.82 per Navarro County Appraisal District. School District: Kerens Independent School District. Airports: The Athens Municipal Airport is located approximately 21 miles away. Hospitals: The closest hospital is UT Health Athens and is located approximately 21 miles away. Directions: Take Highway 175 SE from Dallas passing through Crandall and Kaufman until turning south in Kemp on Highway 274 going through Seven Points until turning left on Highway 31 at Trinidad, TX. Take Hwy 31 a short distance to the east side of Trinidad turning south on FM 1667. Go 4.4 miles south until the entrance to the easement lane, then turn right at the Cottonwood Bend sign and travel .75 miles to the property's entrance. Alternatively, travel South on Interstate 45 from Dallas, before turning left onto Highway 31 at Corsicana. Travel east on Highway 31 until reaching Trinidad and turn south onto FM 1667. Go 4.4 miles south until the entrance to the easement lane, then turn right at the Cottonwood Bend sign and travel .75 miles to the property's entrance. 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. Broker Comments: Cottonwood Bend is an all-around ranch that has unmatched surface water and property features. Price: $8000 per acre ($6,649,403) Contact: Chance Turner 972-765-7326 mobile Blake Hortenstine 214-616-1305 mobile
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$6,649,403  •  831.18 acres
Overview: In the early 1930's the Trinity River wrapping around Cottonwood Bend was redirected and the levee was constructed to help control flooding in the area. As a result, the lore of Cottonwood Bend was created, as the old River Channel known as 'The Cutoff' and the new course of the Trinity River wraps around both sides of the ranch. Cottonwood Bend is a true legacy ranch with unmatched surface water, property features, seclusion, and proximity to the DFW Metroplex. A ranch as special as Cottonwood Bend does not come on the open market often. The ranch's abundant surface water creates opportunities for exceptional waterfowl hunting and bass fishing. The ranch is also in a primetime location with very large low-fenced ranch neighbors which allows for great whitetail deer hunting. The Trinity River Levee District protects over ~56% of the ranch from flooding. In addition to wildlife, the ranch can easily be income producing for cattle, hay/grass, row crop or a tree farm if so desired. Location: An easy ~75 miles SE of Dallas on the Navarro & Henderson County line approximately 20 miles to Athens, TX and approximately 25 miles to Corsicana, TX. The town of Malakoff is located approximately 9 miles away, and has numerous restaurants, supply stores and a Brookshire's grocery store. Bass Lake (East of Levee - Protected Side): Largemouth bass fishing in the 37+/- acre lake is excellent and the water clarity is superb. The visual aesthetics of the lake are truly breathtaking. The lake was built in 2012 and stocked with Florida largemouth bass and a variety of baitfish. The lake level appears to remain fairly constant, and the fishery habitat is first class. The lake was also designed with the waterfowler in mind. Water from the lake can be released to flood the 2 wetland units that are between the large lake and The Cutoff. The lake was also designed so that it could be drawn down, so the westernmost finger of the lake could be planted in millet, and then flooded for the upcoming waterfowl season. The Cutoff: One of the more unique features you will find on any ranch anywhere. The Cutoff essentially serves as your very own private river, as its boundaries are only shared with two other neighbors. This unique feature runs approximately 5.3 miles, with over 4.3 miles accessible to Cottonwood Bend by boat. The ranch has approximately 2.5 miles of frontage on The Cutoff with its' own private boat ramp. Depths average from 8-12 feet deep and allow for a full-sized bass boat to make a nice run with Blue Herons and Kingfishers everywhere. Water quality and clarity is very good and vastly superior to the waters of the Trinity River. The Cutoff provides 110+/- acres of surface water that are accessible to Cottonwood Bend and gives the feel of a large channel on a private lake. Ample fishing opportunities are present in The Cutoff, to include alligator and spotted gar, catfish (Blue, Channel and Flathead), largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, freshwater drum and a variety of baitfish such as sunfish. Trinity River: With ~0.95 miles of Trinity River frontage, the ranch is located within a central flyway and in an area that harbors large populations of waterfowl throughout the wintering months. The Trinity River corridor is a well-known Texas flyway, with the Richland Creek WMA located just on the opposite side of the river and to the southwest of the ranch. Ample fishing opportunities are present on the Trinity River, to include alligator and spotted gar, catfish (Blue, Channel and Flathead), largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, freshwater drum and a variety of baitfish such as sunfish. Duck Lake (West of Levee): A 25+/- acre shallow water lake is located a short distance from the Trinity River on the west side of the levee and is another body of water attracting ducks during the winter months. Duck blinds are located at both ends of the lake. The fish species in the lake are believed to be the same species of fish that are in the Trinity River. The Island: This heavily treed 75+/- acres consists of massive mature trees and a strong population of deer and hogs. It is accessed by utilizing a concrete crossing to provide access across Cedar Creek, with several nicely maintained trails throughout The Island. Cedar Creek: There is ~0.4 miles of both sides of Cedar Creek running through the property. Cedar Creek empties into the Trinity River on the west side of the ranch and serves as the dividing line from The Island and the rest of the ranch. A concrete creek crossing is in place to provide access to The Island. The property is located several miles below the dam of Cedar Creek Lake. Wildlife: Ducks, geese, whitetail deer, feral hogs, turkey, bobcats, coyotes, racoons, river otter, beavers, wading birds, songbirds, and hawks are some of the many wildlife species on this property. Wetland Units: Eighteen (18) wetland units total 135+/- acres of shallow water prime for attracting a variety of waterfowl species and wading birds. Fifteen (15) units are on the east side of the levee making up 109+/- acres of wetlands. Three (3) units are on the west side of the levee making up 26+/- acres of wetlands. The wetland units are comprised of perennial smartweed as well as planted corn and millet to provide the ultimate buffet for wintering waterfowl. The engineered designed wetland units can flood and release water on command through the use of numerous valves and cutoffs. The avid waterfowler with a management minded approach knows and understands processes, food types, prescribed burn management, unit flooding timing/levels all play roles into a successful season but must maintain the mindset to change from year to year based on the previous seasons' patterns. Cottonwood Bend has been thoughtfully set up to properly manage each unit to maximize success and wetland vegetation. Waterfowl imprinting is also a key component to successful days in the field. This can be achieved by following the current management plans, understanding and knowing when and why to change the course of action. With continued attention to detail Cottonwood Bend will certainly provide future generations many successful days in the duck blind. Water Rights: Cottonwood Bend is allocated 223.11 Acre feet of water rights that can be pumped out of The Cutoff from an electric pump station and into the primary managed wetland cells with a 6" size waterline with numerous valves and cutoffs to effectively flood on demand. Silos: Cottonwood Bend has two (2) grain silos that have been converted into living quarters. Each silo has an upstairs room and a downstairs room with private access from the exterior. Out of the four rooms, three are bedrooms and one is a common area with a small kitchen. Each room has its' own full bathroom. The rooms are approximately 435/sq. ft, with the southern grain silo having an upstairs and downstairs porch that overlook the wetlands and most of the ranch. Game Room: Built within the last decade to look rustic with all the amenities to entertain. This structure has spray in foam insulation, central heat & air, a safe room, bathroom, kitchen and open concept for socializing over the day's affairs. It is a great space to entertain, cook and plan the next day's hunt. Bunkrooms: Two (2) portable structures are approximately 308 square feet each and set up to accommodate a large number of people. The portable buildings are solidly built, as they were built to withstand hurricanes and were brought to the ranch from the coast. One structure has 6 sets of bunk beds that can easily sleep 12 people. Each bunk bed has its own private storage/closet area and TV. There are two full bathrooms within the unit. The second structure has a master living area on one side and a set of bunk beds on the other side. A full bathroom separates the two rooms from one another. Barn: The barn at Cottonwood Bend is located next to the other major improvements and is approximately 3,920 square feet. A breezeway runs through the middle of the barn where vehicles and equipment can drive through. The barn has all the classic amenities that you are looking for in a duck camp. An enclosed kitchen is a great spot to meetup with the group in the morning to have a cup of coffee on those bone chilling mornings. Adjacent to the enclosed kitchen is a mudroom that is thoughtfully designed with the waterfowler in mind. The functional design, storage and individual bays for the hanging waders, gear, and guns make for quick access to the field and will impress the most discerning guests. A dog run/kennel is located on one side of the barn that offers a place for your beloved companions to rest up before and after days in the field. The functional barn has numerous other storage areas, enclosed and open-air, present throughout the remaining covered area. Terrain: Property is flat to slightly rolling with approximately 20 feet of elevation change. There is a massive levee bisecting the property which protects the land and improvements located east of the levee from flooding. Vegetation and Soils: Tree types include red oak, burr oak, post oak, cottonwoods, hackberrys, black willow, and dogwoods. For centuries, as the topsoil from the northern Trinity River basin would runoff into the river flowing south, it would deposit that topsoil at Cottonwood Bend when the river would get out of its' banks. As a result, Cottonwood Bend has some of the most fertile ground around, perfect for livestock and/or growing a variety of crops for agriculture or recreation. Property serves as an excellent vegetable farm to sell to local vendors or larger operation if desired. Internal Roads & Access: The property is accessed by a deeded easement that traverses a very well-maintained levee road off of FM 1667 and into the ranch. Cottonwood Bend has a good system of interior roads/trails making all parts of the ranch easily accessible. Fencing: The wetland units on the east side of the levee have hog-proof fencing around the perimeter. Blinds & Feeders: Cottonwood Bend has 14 Pit Blinds (1 currently in the barn not set) and 4 permanent above ground blinds for effective waterfowl hunting opportunities, as well as numerous spots to construct additional permanent and/or temporary blinds. For the whitetail enthusiast, the ranch also has 6 tower stands strategically placed throughout the ranch, with corn feeders at each stand. Electricity: Oncor services the electricity to the property. Water Wells: Two functional water wells exist on the property. Minerals: The seller believes to own a small portion of the mineral estate. Easements: A gas pipeline crosses the property. It is regularly maintained. Property Taxes: 2021 Taxes are estimated to be $5,192.82 per Navarro County Appraisal District. School District: Kerens Independent School District. Airports: The Athens Municipal Airport is located approximately 21 miles away. Hospitals: The closest hospital is UT Health Athens and is located approximately 21 miles away. Directions: Take Highway 175 SE from Dallas passing through Crandall and Kaufman until turning south in Kemp on Highway 274 going through Seven Points until turning left on Highway 31 at Trinidad, TX. Take Hwy 31 a short distance to the east side of Trinidad turning south on FM 1667. Go 4.4 miles south until the entrance to the easement lane, then turn right at the Cottonwood Bend sign and travel .75 miles to the property's entrance. Alternatively, travel South on Interstate 45 from Dallas, before turning left onto Highway 31 at Corsicana. Travel east on Highway 31 until reaching Trinidad and turn south onto FM 1667. Go 4.4 miles south until the entrance to the easement lane, then turn right at the Cottonwood Bend sign and travel .75 miles to the property's entrance. 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. Broker Comments: Cottonwood Bend is an all-around ranch that has unmatched surface water and property features. Price: $8000 per acre ($6,649,403) Contact: Chance Turner 972-765-7326 mobile Blake Hortenstine 214-616-1305 mobile
$4,518,437  •  813.4 acres
813.4 Acres On The Brazos River SE of Possum Kingdom Lake, Palo Pinto Co., Texas LOCATION:Approximately 1.5 hours west of Fort Worth and 15 minutes northwest of Palo Pinto. Directions From Palo Pinto go north on FM 4 for approximately 6 miles then west / left onto Fortune Bend Road. From Graford go west 1.5 miles, then south on FM 4 for 4.2 miles then west/right onto graveled Fortune Bend Road for 4.2 miles where the property starts and continues for 4.2 miles. TERRAIN:The native terrain is diverse from level to gently rolling mesquite flats on the north end, to gently rolling elms, mesquite, cedar, and live oak on the west side near the river with a large wet weather creek/draw that flows into the Brazos, to game covered slopes of cedar, mesquite, red oak, sumac, post oak, rock outcrops, and high points overlooking the property and river from numerous impressive viewpoints. The river is wide and incredible on this tract and has significant frontage. WATER:.75 miles of gorgeous Brazos River (swimming hole tract) frontage. The river is extremely wide and deep at this point. RESTRICTED: No subdivision of less than 100 acres, and more.. MINERALS:All the minerals owned by Seller will be conveyed of 647.238 acres, there are minerals or 485.42 net mineral acres, and royalty or 323.619 net royalty acres. There appears to be some petroleum wells on the property, we just dont know if they are producing or not (the equipment is there though). COMMENTS:An extremely unique property, very scenic and private, prime native hunting, and awesome river fishing. PRICE:$5,555.00 per acre or $4,518,437.00. ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE. SELLER CAN RECEIVE AND ACCEPT BACKUP CONTRACTS.
$3,481,855  •  497 acres
Location: Sanders Ranch is located approximately 8 miles northwest of Gladewater, Texas at 2066 Almond Rd, Big Sandy TX. The ranch is also conveniently located only 23 miles from Tyler, and only 110 miles east of Dallas. Overview: Sanders Ranch is a diverse and productive 497+/- acre property located in a desirable area in southwestern Upshur County. The property consists of large rolling hills, scattered mature timber, a spring-fed creek, a 5+ and 10+ ac lake, and productive improved pastures. Surrounded by other rural properties and only 11 miles from Gladewater Airport, this property is nestled in a convenient, yet quiet part of Upshur County. Improvements: Sanders Ranch features a 2,240 SF manufactured home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, tucked away amongst stately oak and pecan trees overlooking one of the two lakes on the ranch. Over half a mile of white rocked road winds its way to the house, which has over 2,000 SF of covered porches wrapping around the home, 2,100 SF of covered parking, and is ready for you and your family. Along with the house there are the following improvements: ~1,450 SF Foreman's Home Pipe entrance with electric gate 1,250 SF RV Barn/Shop Chicken Coop 3,000 SF Shop ~5,800 SF Hay barn with 936 SF finished space and a half bath Over 3,650' of pipe fencing and working pens Over a mile of rocked roads Three water wells, one of which is currently being utilized Trees, grass, forbs: This area of Upshur County boasts sandy loam soils which are productive for both hay production and prolific timber stands. This property features approximately 245+/- acres of improved and native pastures. The grasses are predominately common and coastal Bermuda as well as some Bahia and native grasses as well. The vast majority of the property's landscape drains well making access convenient from both entrances. Groves of large mature white oaks, pin oaks, and red oak trees can be found on scattered throughout the ranch. Other tree cover consists of pecan, black gum, sweet gum, river birch, hickory, elm, willow, and some pine. 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. Water: The property has a year-round creek (Little White Oak Creek) flowing from the north and into the ranch along its western boundary. Several other creeks and tributaries cross the ranch as well feeding the spring-fed lakes located in the center of the ranch. The lakes are ~5.5 and ~10.5 acres in size and lightly fluctuate in water level throughout the year. In addition to the lakes there are also 2 other stock tanks for livestock and wildlife. The property is also located well within the Carrizo Wilcox aquifer and the Queen City aquifer making additional drinking/irrigation water very accessible from an additional well if so desired. Topography: The highest point on the ranch can be found on the NE side at 440'+ providing some incredible views, and eventually slopes down to just below 300' above sea level towards the west side of the farm. The majority of the property is rolling to sloped terrain with a little bit of floodplain on the SW corner. Wildlife and fisheries: Sanders Ranch is settled in a scenic, quiet part of the county where wildlife abound. Deer and dove are regularly encountered and both lakes are stocked with crappie, largemouth bass, coppernose bluegill, and other panfish. There are several areas across the ranch that are setup well for further development for food plots and hunting areas, especially on the northern and western portions of the property. Easements: Two easements for SWEPCO and one for Mid-Coast Pipeline (nat. gas). Minerals: No minerals owned by Seller. Utilities: URECC provides electricity and Pritchett W/S is available along Almond Rd and supplies the improvements on the south end of the ranch. Property Taxes: Sanders Ranch carries an agricultural exemption. Ask Broker for details Cattle/Equipment: Cattle, equipment, and furnishings may be purchased with a separate bill of sale. Schools: Gladewater ISD & Big Sandy ISD Price: $3,481,855 ($7,005 per acre) Contact: Stephen Schwartz - Agent 903-738-7882
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Contact for Price  •  411 acres
This property is located 27 miles south of downtown Dallas, surrounded by multiple custom home developments. It has nearly two miles of road frontage along Stephen's Road, East Highland Road, and South Hampton Road. The property features improved pastures and tree-lined, rolling hills that meet along nearly one full mile of Red Oak Creek frontage. There is a natural spring on the property that once provided residents with a steady water supply in the early 1900s. Primed for development or years of recreational use with future growth opportunities. Please contact the duPerier Texas land man today to setup your private showing.
$2,236,770  •  258 acres
Wizard Valley Ranch lies west of Lake Bridgeport across the Jack County Line. A rarely traveled Green Elm Rd splits this 257-acre property with approximately 45 acres of rugged post-oak-covered land on the northwest side and 212 acres of rolling mesquites with a mix of oaks on the southeast side. Phenomenal build sites lie along the flat-topped hill on the western boundary providing spectacular views of Lake Bridgeport. The road outlines the terrain with the southeastern side containing a mix of mature mesquite flats with scattered live-oak clusters and thick post-oaks on the draws and high parts of the rolling elevation. All four reliable ponds are on the 212-acre portion, with multiple draws providing more surface water potential. ATV roads traverse this raw land giving access to most of the characteristics. Wizard Valley Ranch is truly a blank canvas of land ready for one to build as desired. Broker's Comments -- Wizard Valley Ranch is a rugged piece of land with hill-top lake views, and ample room on top of the hill for multiple build sites or a headquarters with a barn and more. This land has obvious development potential with a raw, mature cover and ample road frontage on Green Elm Rd as it comes to a dead-end. Yet, it also fits the bill for any End User wanting to build or own recreational land within an hour of DFW. Wizard Valley Ranch sits at the end of a dead-end road just 1.6 miles North of Wizard Wells (Pop. less than 1,000). Green Elm Rd is county-maintained while being primarily utilized by one other landowner located past this property and the Tarrant County Water Board for access. *WATER & TERRAIN* - Water well, 240ft per map, ample underground water in the area - 4 Small tanks/ponds on SE side--1/4ac to 1/3ac; 2 small holes of water on NE - 2 Small draws combine running NE; 2 other draws combine running SE - 160+/- ft Total elevation change; 100 ft hill on the west; heavily rolling on the east side - Heavy post oaks on draws and hills; mature mesquite flats with large live oak mottes - 1,000 ft south of the headwaters of Lake Bridgeport (surface area: 11,954acre); borders the Tarrant Co Water Board land *COVER & WILDLIFE* - Wildlife--Leased for hunting; willing to stay; Whitetail Deer, duck, dove, hog, varmint - Tree Cover--100% wooded; Live Oak, Post Oak, Red Oak, Mesquite, Pecan, Elm, Cedar & Hackberry - Underbrush--Heavy; Elbowbush, Bumelia, Skunkbush, Lotebush, Prickly Pear, Turkey Pear, Greenbrier - Native Grasses--Stocking rate 1 unit per 25 acres; not overgrazed; ag exempt, leased for grazing; Willing to stay - Cultivation & Soils--No cultivation; Thurber Clay Loam, Truce Fine Sandy Loam *MINERALS & WIND* - 4 Temporarily abandoned gas wells; multiple plugged wells; 2 pipelines - No owned minerals convey - No visible wind turbines; no known wind lease in the immediate area - All owned wind rights convey *ACCESS & DISTANCES* - Gate on each side of the Green Elm Rd-2,825 ft of frontage on both sides (dirt) - 1.6 miles north of Wizard Wells and FM 1156 (paved) - 20 miles west of Bridgeport (Municipal Airport); 28 miles east of Jacksboro - 60 miles northwest of Fort Worth (International Airport) Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Please contact a Campbell Farm& Ranch team member for a showing. The information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. The listing information is subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. The seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$979,900  •  207 acres
The Retreat at Jayhawker Hollow is beyond what most would call a unique property. It is the perfect place to be private and secluded. The 207 acres is surrounded on 3 sides by Mark Twain National Forest. The property consists of 60 acres of lush pasture ground and the remaining in 147 acres of timber mainly, white oak, black oak, red oak, hickory, and walnut trees. In addition, the Bee Fork spring runs along the Northern part of this tract. There are multiple wet weather creeks making this property a true sanctuary for huge whitetail and bearded tom turkeys. The animals have everything they need on this piece and don't roam far from it. The true gem of the property sitting tall up on a ridge line overlooking the bottoms below is the approximately 3250 square foot 3 story concrete and steel beam constructed home. Even though the home is quite large it sits privately up on the hill and is not seen from the road. This home was built with the intention to never be taken down whether that is by man or nature, this home can withstand any disaster. It is a great place to make your stand. The home has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths creating ample space at this safe haven for you and your family. There is even a 3rd level 500 square foot multi purpose mezzanine area. This can be used as more guest or sleeping area or just a great spot for that morning cup of coffee along with the covered front porch. There were no short cuts when heating and cooling of the home were considered. There is a 125,000 BTU wood burning furnace and a 5 ton heat pump system. This house and property are very self sustaining and would make a great hunting retreat full time residence or an amazing weekend getaway with a beautiful year round water source.
$650,000  •  200 acres
Chase Ridge Ranch is an incredibly diverse 200 acres laying in the heart of the Ozarks. Very productive hay and cattle ground and amazing hunting opportunities puts this property in a class by itself. The inspiring peacefulness, breathtaking views and the sounds of flowing water make this property a true paradise.
Contact for Price  •  188 acres
188 ± Acres 30± Minutes from College Station 6,325± sq/ft Country manor Stone barn with foreman’s quarters Low-fenced and cross-fenced Almost a mile of Davidson Creek Several ponds Open pastureland and good tree coverage Stone gated entryway
$265,000  •  99 acres
Under Contract
Welcome to Leatherneck deer camp. This is the perfect setup for a recreational hunting retreat. This beautiful 99 acre piece has just about everything the outdoorsman needs to have a successful deer season. The property highlights include 3 cleared food plot areas, many long ridgelines creating awesome vantage points for rifle season, powerline cuts for deer crossings, & even two shooting ranges one being a 100 yard range with berms and the other being 400 yards long. This piece has a mature stand of white oak, black oak, red oak, and some cedars. There are many transitions zones on this property making it a hot spot for deer. There are many sizeable trees as well making it a nice property for the turkeys to roost on. In addition some of the improvements to make a more comfortable hunt and a successful season are a 20x30 shelter with 110 amp hookup and 30-50 amp camper hookup. There is electric available on site and also a well on the property. There is also some home made blinds that will stay with the property. All of this located within about 1 hour of Springfield, Mo and just minutes away from the beautiful North Fork River, James River and The Niangua River. This is a recreational gem priced to sell don't miss out!
$279,000  •  40 acres
This 40 +\- acre tract has so much to offer. Located just just off of highway 39 a couple minutes from Shell Knob, Missouri. Just feet off the northern boarder of the property Big creek flows into Table Rock, a lake that offers 745 miles of shore line and is one of the finest lakes in Missouri. From exceptional recreational water enjoyment to world class fishing, and clear water, Table Rock Lake will offer a lifetime of enjoyment.
$149,900  •  37 acres
Come take a look at this amazing 37 acres in Lebanon, MO! It is located only 10 miles outside of town. The property has electric available on site and even a well. The property has Hwy 32 frontage. In addition, the property is a sportsman's dream and is loaded with deer and turkey. This tract has some very marketable white, black and red oak timber. There is a spot that has been cleared in the back of the property that would make a great building location or even an excellent food plot. The deer use the powerline cuts like a highway and they have provided the current owners with many success harvests over the years and is surrounded by some bottom agricultural fields but this piece itself is the big bucks bedrooms! Come take a look before it's too late! Seller will sell the 6 acres across the road separately and already has MODOT approved access for $30,000 or the remaining 31 acres can be sold for $119,900.00
$119,900  •  31 acres
Come take a look at this amazing 31 acres in Lebanon, MO! It is located only 10 miles outside of town. The property has electric available on site and even a well. The property has Hwy 32 frontage. In addition, the property is a sportsman's dream and is loaded with deer and turkey. This tract has some very marketable white, black and red oak timber. There is a spot that has been cleared in the back of the property that would make a great building location or even an excellent food plot. The deer use the powerline cuts like a highway and they have provided the current owners with many success harvests over the years and is surrounded by some bottom agricultural fields but this piece itself is the big bucks bedrooms! Come take a look before it's too late! Seller will sell the 6 acres across the road separately and already has MODOT approved access for $30,000
$749,000  •  23.22 acres
Under Contract
Overview: Live water river frontage, unique ranch home, private getaway, seclusion, scenic views, are just a few of the words that quickly come to mind when considering all the features found at the Spencer's Brazos River Ranch. This remote oasis is perfect for full time country living or your very own weekend retreat, and the many local attractions and amenities only add to the appeal of this hidden gem. Location: Located along the banks of the Brazos River in eastern Somervell County between the towns of Glen Rose and Cleburne, Spencer's Brazos River Ranch is approximately 45 minutes south of Fort Worth and 1 hour 10 minutes southwest of Dallas. The physical property address is 2400 N FM 199 Cleburne, TX 76033. Water Features: Approximately 645' of highly sought-after Brazos River frontage anchors the water features found on the property. Not only does the river provide opportunities for fishing, swimming, kayaking/canoeing, or simply sitting in the shade and listening to the water flow by, but the river and its riparian areas can provide lots of adventure and hours of exploration for families to share. There's also a seasonal stock pond on the property that provides water for wildlife. A private water well was drilled in 2003 and serves the home. Residence: The ranch home is perched near a high bluff that overlooks the Brazos River and river valley to the north. Comprised of approximately 1,985 square feet the two-story 3/1.5 rock home was constructed in 2003 and offers unique custom craftmanship and charm. The exterior of the home is a mix of Arkansas moss stone and brick masonry with cedar trim all covered by a metal roof. First Floor: A large custom Mesquite double front door imported from Mexico offers impressive entry into the home. The main floor primarily consists of a large open concept living, kitchen, and dining room that all fit and flow together nicely under 12' foot ceilings with Saltillo tile flooring. The living room has a large floor to ceiling Arkansas moss stone fireplace as a wonderful focal point. The kitchen boasts solid wood custom cabinets made by a local craftsman near Glen Rose, copper countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Just off the kitchen & dining area you'll find the downstairs 1/2 bath and nearby bedroom. The home has Anderson wood frame windows throughout and solid wood doors all with Emtek hardware. Second Floor: Upstairs you'll find a wonderful second living area/game room along with 2 comfortable bedrooms and a full bath. This living area features a scissor truss raised ceiling, 100 years old oak wood flooring, and a wood burning stove. There are cedar decks that extend off the upstairs living room and north bed room offering some awesome vantage points by which you can take in views of the property, river, and surrounding portions of Somervell and Hood County to the north. The upstairs bath room resembles and has the finishes of a small resort, with marble tile, large corner jacuzzi tub, and glass shower. Terrain/Topography: For its size the property packs a punch in terms of topography and features almost 200' of elevation change with the highest point near the ranch home and lower elevation found along the river. As you would expect, this amount of elevation change creates some jaw dropping views while also making the property feel a good bit larger than its acreage suggests. The land offers a nice mix of rough and rugged terrain that can be found along the river bluff and switchback road that leads to the river, and varied, gullied, and gently rolling pasture that makes up the southern 2/3rds of the property. Tree cover consists of a variety of oaks which include live oak, post oak, and red oak, as well as some cedar and mesquite. The owner reports finding arrow heads and spear points on the property and there are many unique geologic features to investigate as well. Wildlife: The property and area are home to an abundance of wildlife that include deer, turkey, hog, bobcat, fox, coyote, squirrel, rabbit, and all kind of song birds. For those interested in bee keeping, the property offers multiple areas for placing bee boxes. Roads & Fencing: The ranch has a good all-weather main road that meanders its way from the entrance near the southwest property corner to the house, and provides good access through the interior of the ranch. An improved all-weather switchback road winds back and forth from the house along the river bluff and down to the river. This road is a must for reaching the river and the owner wisely invested in creating this means by which the river can be accessed and enjoyed. The property boundary is not fenced at this time, but there are line posts in place along the perimeter. Utilities: United Cooperative Services provides electrical service to the ranch and all service lines are underground. Easement: An automatic gate entry provides access at the north side of the intersection of FM Highways 199 and 2174. From there you travel along multiple deeded easements and an all-weather gravel road to the southwest corner of the property where you enter the Spencer's Brazos River Ranch. A large electric transmission line runs along the access road just south of the property with minimal impact. School District: The property is located in the Glen Rose Independent School District. Taxes: The annual property taxes for 2021 are estimated to be around $8,300. The property is not ag or wildlife exempt. Minerals: Owner is believed to own some minerals and may consider conveying a percentage with an acceptable offer. Buyer will assume responsibility and expenses associated with a mineral ownership report if one is desired. Area Attractions and Amenities: Local attractions and amenities include the town of Glen Rose and its historic downtown district for dining and shopping, Squaw Valley Golf Course, home to the area's two acclaimed 18-hole championship golf courses, the Comanche Lakes Course ranked #1 and the Apache Links Course ranked #4 municipal courses in Texas by the Dallas Morning News, Fossil Rim Wildlife Center, Dinosaur Valley State Park, and Rough Creek Lodge & Resort just to name a few. Asking Price: $749,000 Contact: Bret Polk, Agent - 254-965-0349 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.
$625,000  •  11 acres
This one of a kind equestrian property is located in Saline County, Kansas along the Smoky Hill River. With this 11 acre property you can enjoy the peacefulness of the country life all while having the convenience of the city just minutes away.  It is located along a quiet gravel road only ½ mile from blacktop,  1 mile east of Salina city limits and 3 miles from Downtown Salina. It is centrally located with quick and easy access to Interstate 70 and Interstate 135. This listing features a bea...
$199,900  •  7 acres
Grubb’s Landing is an incredible property that is located just off the banks of the famed Current River near the Ozark National Scenic Riverways in Carter County Missouri. Less than 20 miles from Van Buren lies this 7 acre +/- parcel that would make a gorgeous place to build a getaway cabin or develope it into private camping. Grubb’s Landing is also loaded with large marketable timber that mainly consists walnut, white oak, and red oak. For a small acreage tract, Grubb’s Landing offers excep...
$30,000  •  6 acres
Come take a look at this amazing 6 acres in Lebanon, MO! It is located only 10 miles outside of town. The property has Hwy 32 frontage. In addition, the property is a sportsman's dream and is loaded with deer and turkey. This tract has some very marketable white, black and red oak timber. Come take a look before it's too late! Seller will sell the 31 acres across the road separately for $119,900.00 or all 37 acres for $149,900.00