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$22,000,000  •  10,955 acres
The highly improved 4M Ranch is a world unto itself with an incredible suite of world class improvements including a 5,000 ft paved runway, crushed rock roads, headquarters complex, and set out miles away on a limestone perch sits a truly remarkable 10,000 sq/ft home with infinity pool peering down at the 4 miles of Lower Pecos River frontage below.
Contact for Price  •  10,800 acres
10,800 ± Acres Elevation ranges from 2,000’- 2,400’ Frontage on HWY 349 Incredible West Texas terrain Various homesites with long canyon views Two hunting encampments & ranching facilities Three windmills supply storage tanks & water troughs Miles of wet weather creeks Abundant native wildlife and game
$3,149,304  •  7,410.13 acres
H Bar H is predominantly within the Bear Canyon drainage with steep hills, cliffs, and drainage along with grass covered flats. A road system gets you down to the river and around the ranch making this place private and extremely accessible. Seven wells with several watering troughs provide amazing water distribution for wildlife. The headquarters is a compound with an updated 3 bedroom/2 bath main house with a custom rock fireplace, hunter’s camp, barns and outbuilding.
$26,350,000  •  5,980 acres
Under Contract
At 5,980 +/- acres, Rocosa Ridge Ranch is the largest property to hit the market within Bosque County in several decades. Divided nearly in half by a county road, which creates the North Tract and the South Tract, the ranch is being offered in its entirety or the South Tract can be purchased as a standalone, high-fenced 2,974 acres. Click here to see Rocosa Ridge Ranch - South Tract. Each tract has been groomed and nurtured to highlight its unique natural features and to emphasize its highest and best use. Combined they truly make up a one of a kind offering for the discerning buyer searching for it all. This really is a must see for anyone looking in central Texas with an interest in cattle, horses, hunting, fishing, recreation or a return on investment. Please read below for additional information on each tract. Rocosa Ridge Ranch's North Tract A 3,005 +/- acre labor of love that has been groomed into a multi award winning property over the past decade. Located within the once sprawling Texas Blackland Prairies, this ranch has been restored to its native beauty through extensive controlled burns, cedar removal and seeding. Most of the property is now enveloped in native grasses and open pastures that highlight several scenic lakes and rolling hilltops. This ranch is turnkey and polished. It includes highly productive rangeland, newly built and completely refurbished structural improvements, ample water, numerous sporting opportunities, excellent fencing and roads, improved pastures, cattle infrastructure and even its own refurbished one of a kind red barn, which is classified as a county historical marker. You will not find another ranch such as this on the open market within Bosque County. Location: This ranch is situated within the Edwards Plateau region of Bosque County that is affectionately referred to as "the top of the hill country". Ideally located within an easy driving distance of several metropolitan cities the ranch is only 42 miles from Waco, 95 miles from Dallas and 144 miles from Austin. Meridian, TX is 6 miles from the main gated entrance located on TX-22. Elevation, Topography, Soils and Foliage Rolling topography variance and lush grass covered hilltops with long views are one of this ranch's defining characteristics. In total, there is approximately 100 feet of elevation change within this tract. Expansive water catches feed into a series of drainage seeps that supply the primary lake system. The ranch is the recipient of both the Land Stewards Award and the Outstanding Rangeland Stewardship Award. Multiple controlled burns and extensive cedar and prickly pear removal have played a major role in restoring the land to its natural state. Native grasses consisting mostly of Little bluestem, Sideoats grama, Indiangrass and Slim tridens grow thick throughout the numerous pastures. Some improved Eastern Gama grass and Coastal fields have been installed for the cattle. Cedar regrowth removal and prickly pear spraying are still tended to on as necessary. This highlights many of the ancient gigantic Live oak trees as well as the magnificent Oak Motts. An all-weather road runs the length of the property and good trails traverse throughout. The majority of the soils are Purves-Maloterre, Eckrant, Purves Clay and Denton silty clay. The north tract has been used mostly for grazing purposes with very minor hunting. Some wooded pockets remain in order to strategically provide wildlife sanctuaries and corridors. Water The ranch has three interconnected lakes that have all been stocked with fish. These lakes are approximately 2.5 acres, 4.5 acres and 11.5 acres in size. A dock was installed on the largest lake. Another 4.5 acre lake is located below the main headquarters. At least six additional ponds and numerous piped concrete water troughs are located throughout the property. There are four registered working water wells. These are believed to 2nd Trinity Aquifer deep wells. There is a minimum of two additional water wells that are not currently in service. Water quality is excellent. The well that supplies the main home has a 3000 gallon storage tank located within the pump house. Habitat, Wildlife and Cattle Rocosa Ridge Ranch includes a healthy population of white-tailed deer, turkey, wild boar and migratory waterfowl and dove. The entire perimeter of the ranch is low fenced, except for one mile of high fence that was added to enhance the wildlife within that portion of the ranch. The North Tract has received very light hunting pressure with a stronger emphasis on the sport fishing. There are two hunting blinds, two feeders and one large food plot in place. Cattle have been a primary focus on the North Tract. The ranch currently runs a straight Angus herd. Carrying capacity is estimated at approximately 300+ momma cows. Tremendous infrastructure is in place for the livestock. The ranch has excellent perimeter and cross fencing. Cattle guards have been installed throughout creating easy mobility by vehicle. A nice set of pens was erected approximately 13 years ago. The land provides an abundance of lush native grasses, Eastern Gama and Coastal Bermuda. Improvements, Structures and Roads The ranch has fantastic structural improvements all suitable for living, entertaining or visiting. The owners have done a wonderful job of maintaining the historical significance and character of the preexisting structures while restoring and updating with some modern touches. The new structures were designed and built to blend in with the original look and feel of the established edifices. No detail was overlooked during this arduous process. The main home was completed two years ago and was built to match the other existing buildings within the headquarters compound. These include the original cowboy mess hall and bunkhouse which were refurbished and repurposed to supply additional comfortable guest quarters and entertaining space. Main Home The main home is approximately 5000+/- SQFT and has 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. This residence was designed by David Stocker of Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects of Dallas and built by Gartrell Construction. It was completed three years ago and is a must see. Exotic granites, many of which are leathered, were used throughout and the flooring in the master bath is leathered limestone. All the doors are solid core, and many are made of knotty alder. The windows are all Kolbe. Many of the cabinets are knotty alder as well. The home utilizes geothermal heat and Instahot water heaters. There are two air handlers. The kitchen is equipped with Thermador appliances and Subzero fridges. It also has a custom designed copper hood above the cooktop, exotic countertops from Brazil and a Shaw handmade farm sink. The powder bath includes a petrified wood sink. Modern technology was utilized throughout, including Cat 5 wiring, remote monitoring security cameras, interactive thermostats, remote controlled blinds, USB ports, wired speakers indoors and outdoors, under-counter lighting and ambiance lighting in the swimming pool and restored original cistern... which now functions as a decorative water feature. Accordion doors open to a large screened in porch complete with fireplace and outdoor kitchen. This outdoor kitchen includes a Blaze grill hood, granite countertops and True indoor/outdoor drink cooler. Mess Hall and Bunkhouse These history packed buildings have rock walls that you will wish could talk. This was the headquarters used by the 9 cowboys who once worked the infamous 24,000 acre Powell Ranch, which was assembled in the early 1950's. Each were completely refurbished during the build of the new main home. Updated finishes such as central heat and air were added while relics of the past were preserved in order to maintain the authentic feel. Such items include the original mess hall fireplace, the large outdoor pit grill, the stone wall surrounding the headquarters, the dinner bell and some fossils collected from the ranch. These buildings include three bedrooms and three baths with a game room and full service kitchen. Red Barn This New England style barn is believed to be built in late 1889. It was fabricated of post and beams fastened with wooden pegs. The three-story barn has the capacity to house 42 horses on the main floor. The hay loft is large enough to hold thirty tons of hay. The size and scope of this barn makes it truly one of a kind in the state of Texas. The barn has been recognized by the county as a historical marker and was completely refurbished at the end of 2016. Other Notable Structures and Improvements Electric gated entrance with remote monitoring/activation, rock facade, landscaping and lighting Professional landscaping around the headquarters and moonbeam tree lighting 70' x 30' metal barn with 5 stalls and tack room 50' x 20' metal barn with 3 stalls 80' x 20' hay barn 100' x 30' - 4 stall barn and deluxe chicken coop with automatic dusk to dawn door system 30' x 90' Morton building 30' x 90' barn 30' x 20' workshop Loafing shed Guest home Foreman's home Other Significant road access on three sides of the ranch Dog run and kennels Fuel storage Overhead feed storage Additional oversized two car garage Limited equipment and furnishings will transfer with an acceptable offer. Contact agent for details. Minerals and Production A significant portion of the mineral rights and all the surface and executive rights related to the minerals are believed to be owned by the seller. Please contact the agent for additional details. There is currently no production or mineral leases on the ranch. Taxes The property is under an agricultural tax exemption program. Rocosa Ridge South Tract At 2974 +/- acres, Rocosa Ridge Ranch's South Tract is a rare find within highly sought out Bosque County. This ranch has been shaped and molded with meticulous care. The modern improvements have been well blended into the historical preservation and significance of the property itself. Ma and Pa Ferguson once owned and used part of this property as their summer home. The former governors of Texas' picnic site is designated as a Bosque County historical site and the original stone smoker, concrete benches and piped water fountains still remain. This property offers excellent grazing along with superb hunting and recreational enjoyment. The entire perimeter of the ranch is high-fenced and water is prevalent throughout, including 11 irrigated troughs for livestock and native wildlife. The topography variance is stunning and provides multiple view points with breathtaking unobstructed views for miles. The hardest decision one might have is settling on just one of the numerous locations to build a home. This is a rare opportunity to own a ranch of this size within this particular area of the state. Location This ranch is situated within the Edwards Plateau region of Bosque County that is affectionately referred to as "the top of the hill country". Ideally located within an easy driving distance of several metropolitan cities the ranch is only 42 miles from Waco, 95 miles from Dallas and 144 miles from Austin. Clifton, TX is a short 4.5-mile drive from the southern gate and conveniently offers plenty of dining, grocer and medical options Elevation, Topography, Soils and Foliage Dramatic topography variance and incredible views are one of this ranch's defining characteristics. In total, there is approximately 260 feet of elevation change within this tract. Spectacular canyons carve their way through different portions of the ranch creating productive low-lying areas contrasted against striking ridge lines. The tops of these ridge lines provide numerous viewpoints and each one paints a vivid portrait of the surrounding area. Each evening the western portion of the property delivers a theatrical performance of the sun setting over the North Bosque River. The land has been sculpted to highlight its natural beauty through extensive care and intense labor. The first year and a half after acquisition was dedicated to a cedar removal program. Regrowth removal and prickly pear spraying are tended to on an annual basis. A large controlled burn was also performed. The results have produced lush grasses, clean roads and trails, gorgeous exotic wildflowers and multiple improved food plots for hunting. The ranch is riddled with bustling oak motts and mature hardwoods that stand out against the manicured landscape. The majority of the soils are Eckrant, Bracket-Eckrant, Purves-Maloterre, Maloterre-Tarrant and various Clays. The south tract has been used mostly for recreational purposes with very minor grazing. The pasture areas consist of native grasses. The diverse blend of thick sanctuary areas combined with thinned portions and open pasture create a flourishing mecca for native wildlife and game animals. Water The numerous draws and canyons create multiple concentrated runoff areas and seasonal creeks. These feed many ponds and stock tanks. The two largest ponds are approximately 3.5 acres and 3 acres in size. They both hold good water all year around. There are two working water wells on the property. They are deep wells to the 2nd Trinity Aquifer. One is a solar powered well that is located adjacent to the Ma and Pa Ferguson picnic area. The main well is located near the center of the property and is electric powered. The pump was just replaced on this well and has a transferable warranty. 11 concrete troughs are located throughout the ranch and all are plumbed to and fed from the main water well. Two large lake sites have been identified due to the natural topography and large watershed areas. Habitat, Wildlife and Cattle Rocosa Ridge Ranch includes a superb population of white-tailed deer, black buck antelope, turkey, dove, wild boar and bobcat. The entire perimeter of the ranch is under high fence and it has operated under a stage 3 MLD Program for 10+ years. 12 doe tags and 12 buck tags were issued for the 2018-2019 season. Intense management practices have been utilized to ensure the health of the herd, emphasize the sustained breeding of superior genetics and maximum antler mass. 200"+ class white-tailed deer inhabit the ranch. There are 10 hunting blinds, 10 corn feeders, 3 protein feeders and 6 food plots positioned throughout. The black buck antelope were introduced by the current owner and have done very well on the ranch. There has been very minimal cattle grazing within the south tract but there is some interior cross fencing in place that is in excellent condition. 5+ cattle guards were installed to remove the need for gates and make the driving experience much more enjoyable. There are no grazing leases. Improvements, Structures and Roads The ranch has virtually no structural improvements regarding homes or barns, leaving the ability for the new owners to add their personal touch. All fencing is in excellent condition. There is an all-weather road that runs from the north end of the ranch to the south end. Additional endless roads and trails are well cut and maintained. Most of these have a base layer allowing for use during wet conditions. Other Caliche pit located on the ranch for road material. Shooting range. The ranch has significant road access on both the northeast and southwest portions of the ranch. Portions of the ranch are in a Wildlife Management Program through 2034 and the owner receives an annual payment in return for compliance. There is one transmission line that cuts across the very northeast portion of the property. Minerals and Production A significant portion of the mineral rights and all of the surface and executive rights related to any minerals are owned by the seller. Please contact the broker for additional details. There is currently no production or mineral leases on the ranch. Taxes The property is under an agricultural tax exemption program. This ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by TT Ranch Group with Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty. Buyer's broker must be identified on first contact, must accompany buying prospect on first showing and continue to fully engage in any and all negotiations and communications to qualify for full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects will be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing. The information contained herein has been collected from sources deemed reliable, however, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their own satisfaction.
$12,850,000  •  2,974 acres
Under Contract
A ranch of this size is a rare find within highly sought out Bosque County. Shaped and molded with meticulous care, this property offers excellent grazing along with superb hunting and recreational enjoyment. The entire perimeter of the ranch is high-fenced and water is prevalent throughout, including 11 irrigated troughs for livestock and native wildlife.The topographical variance is stunning and provides multiple view points with breathtaking unobstructed views for miles. The hardest decision one might have is settling on just one of the numerous locations to build a home. The modern improvements have been well blended into the historical preservation and significance of the property itself. Ma and Pa Ferguson once owned and used part of this property as their summer home. The former governors of Texas' picnic site is designated as a Bosque County historical site and the original stone smoker, concrete benches and piped water fountains still remain. Location This ranch is situated within the Edwards Plateau region of Bosque County that is affectionately referred to as "the top of the hill country". Ideally located within an easy driving distance of several metropolitan cities the ranch is only 42 miles from Waco, 95 miles from Dallas and 144 miles from Austin. Clifton, TX is a short 4.5-mile drive from the southern gate and conveniently offers plenty of dining, grocer and medical options Elevation, Topography, Soils and Foliage Dramatic topography variance and incredible views are one of this ranch's defining characteristics. In total, there is approximately 260 feet of elevation change within this tract. Spectacular canyons carve their way through different portions of the ranch creating productive low-lying areas contrasted against striking ridge lines. The tops of these ridge lines provide numerous viewpoints and each one paints a vivid portrait of the surrounding area. Each evening the western portion of the property delivers a theatrical performance of the sun setting over the North Bosque River. The land has been sculpted to highlight its natural beauty through extensive care and intense labor. The first year and a half after acquisition was dedicated to a cedar removal program. Regrowth removal and prickly pear spraying are tended to on an annual basis. A large controlled burn was also performed. The results have produced lush grasses, clean roads and trails, gorgeous exotic wildflowers and multiple improved food plots for hunting. The ranch is riddled with bustling oak motts and mature hardwoods that stand out against the manicured landscape. The majority of the soils are Eckrant, Bracket-Eckrant, Purves-Maloterre, Maloterre-Tarrant and various Clays. The south tract has been used mostly for recreational purposes with very minor grazing. The pasture areas consist of native grasses. The diverse blend of thick sanctuary areas combined with thinned portions and open pasture create a flourishing mecca for native wildlife and game animals. Water The numerous draws and canyons create multiple concentrated runoff areas and seasonal creeks. These feed many ponds and stock tanks. The two largest ponds are approximately 3.5 acres and 3 acres in size. They both hold good water all year around. There are two working water wells on the property. They are deep wells to the 2 nd Trinity Aquifer. One is a solar powered well that is located adjacent to the Ma and Pa Ferguson picnic area. The main well is located near the center of the property and is electric powered. The pump was just replaced on this well and has a transferable warranty. 11 concrete troughs are located throughout the ranch and all are plumbed to and fed from the main water well. Two large lake sites have been identified due to the natural topography and large watershed areas. Habitat, Wildlife and Cattle Rocosa Ridge Ranch includes a superb population of white-tailed deer, black buck antelope, turkey, dove, wild boar and bobcat. The entire perimeter of the ranch is under high fence and it has operated under a stage 3 MLD Program for 10+ years. 12 doe tags and 12 buck tags were issued for the 2018-2019 season. Intense management practices have been utilized to ensure the health of the herd, emphasize the sustained breeding of superior genetics and maximum antler mass. 200"+ class white-tailed deer inhabit the ranch. There are 10 hunting blinds, 10 corn feeders, 3 protein feeders and 6 food plots positioned throughout. The black buck antelope were introduced by the current owner and have done very well on the ranch. There has been very minimal cattle grazing within the south tract but there is some interior cross fencing in place that is in excellent condition. 5+ cattle guards were installed to remove the need for gates and make the driving experience much more enjoyable. There are no grazing leases. Improvements, Structures and Roads The ranch has virtually no structural improvements regarding homes or barns, leaving the ability for the new owners to add their personal touch. All fencing is in excellent condition. There is an all-weather road that runs from the north end of the ranch to the south end. Additional endless roads and trails are well cut and maintained. Most of these have a base layer allowing for use during wet conditions. Other Caliche pit located on the ranch for road material. Shooting range. The ranch has significant road access on both the northeast and southwest portions of the ranch. Portions of the ranch are in a Wildlife Management Program through 2034 and the owner receives an annual payment in return for compliance. There is one transmission line that cuts across the very northeast portion of the property. Minerals and Production A significant portion of the mineral rights and all of the surface and executive rights related to any minerals are owned by the seller. Please contact the broker for additional details. There is currently no production or mineral leases on the ranch. Taxes The property is under an agricultural tax exemption program. This ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by TT Ranch Group with Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty. Buyer's broker must be identified on first contact, must accompany buying prospect on first showing and continue to fully engage in any and all negotiations and communications to qualify for full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects will be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing. The information contained herein has been collected from sources deemed reliable, however, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their own satisfaction.
$13,499,000  •  1,807 acres
The Shoop Ranch is a remarkable property with live water and a lot of character just north of Fort Worth. It is a large predevelopment opportunity with a prime location in the heart of one of the nation’s fastest growing economies over the next five years. The Shoop Ranch is north of the Alliance Airport and between Decatur and Denton. Whether it is an immediate development play or a strategic hold for the near future is up to the land investor. Location: The Shoop Ranch is north of the Alliance Airport and north of State Highway 114, between Decatur and Denton. It is within the New Fairview city limits. The land is accessed primarily from FM 407 between New Fairview and Justin, and it also has access from county roads on the north and east sides. The property is approximately 15 miles from Deactur, 20 miles from Denton, 30 miles from Fort Worth, and 45 miles from Dallas. There are several nearby residential developments well underway that include Harvest, Highlands, and Avery. Water: The ranch has over 1.5 miles of both sides of Oliver Creek, which is a stunning clear water creek that runs all year long. It has limestone bottoms and is covered with fossils and long stretches of fishable water with bass, perch, and carp. Oliver Creek has several small unidentified tributaries that branch out towards the northern portion of the property. There are about 12 stock tanks scattered throughout the ranch for livestock, and the largest is about 1.5 acres in size. The ranch is being offered with approximately 50 acre-feet per year of adjudicated, deeded water rights out of Oliver Creek, which is part of the Upper Trinity River Segment of the Trinity River basin. This permit authorizes the landowner to divert, impound, and irrigate at 1,000 gpm from of an existing 5 acre reservoir. There are 2 water wells that produce from the Trinity Aquifer: a 6.25” domestic well in Denton County that was drilled in 1977 to 400’, and a 7” domestic well in Wise County that was drilled in 1997 to 500’. These yield approximately 15 gpm. Topography: The Shoop Ranch has primarily gentle rolling terrain, with most of it in pasture, and some cultivation. There are wooded areas along the Oliver Creek basin and also on the edges of about 3 or 4 wet weather tributaries. Bisected by Oliver Creek in the northern part, the ranch has over 150’ of topographical change, with elevations ranging from 720’ to 870’. The ranch generally drains from south to north, into Oliver Creek. The highest points in the property are located in the southwest and the lowest points are located in the northeast. Wildlife: The Shoop Ranch has abundant wildlife with plenty of whitetailed-deer, varmints, and an occasional Rio Grande turkey. Dove hunting is also good around the cultivated areas. Soils: The soils on the ranch consist of primarily the somervell-aledo complex, aledo, and sanger clays. See soil map for details. Minerals: There is gas production, and a good caliche road base system throughout the property. Minerals are not available with this sale. Taxes: The ranch land is taxed with an agricultural 1-D-1 valuation. (Wise County and Denton County) Miscellaneous: The ranch is located within two school districts, the Decatur Independent School District on the west side and also the Northwest Independent School District on the south and east sides. This property is 100% contiguous, and is not divided by any streets or roads, as may appear on some online maps. The owners have expressed an interest in retaining the farmhouse and surrounding 10 acres if it is not essential to the acquisition. Future Development Information: New Fairview Subdivision Development Procedure: Preliminary plat is submitted to the City Secretary. Plat goes through review process until approved by City Staff. Preliminary plat goes through City Council for approval. After preliminary plat is approved by City Council, construction documents and a Final Plat are submitted to City Secretary. Both items go through a review process until approved by City. Final plat is recommended for approval by City Council. Surety of Construction is provided. City Council approves Construction Documents. City Council also approves Final Plat but does not sign plat until construction is completed. Preconstruction Meeting is held with City Staff and Council. Construction Final project inspection, then record drawing submittal. City Inspection Team Recommends acceptance of the improvements to the City Council Surety for maintenance is provided. City accepts improvements and Final Plat is Signed and Filed. Due to the size of the subject property, the City of New Fairview will recommend submitting a Master Development Plan of the entire subject property prior to the preliminary plat submittal. Zoning The subject property is currently within the Agricultural Zoning District “A” , which requires a minimum lot size of 2 acres. A zoning change will be required. The City of New Fairview’s Comprehensive Plan states that the majority of future development will be dedicated to low density residential uses. Higher residential developments are not prohibited, but a planned development district would be required. Planned Development Districts (PD) are allowed in the City of New Fairview as a way to deviate from existing zoning district requirements. A development plan must be submitted as part of the PD application and any restrictions represented in the development plan will become part of the ordinance once the zoning change is approved by City Council. If for some reason the development plan is to be changed after approval, an amendment to the development plan must be submitted and approved by the Council. The Single-Family zoning district permits a minimum lot size of 1 Acre and a maximum density of 1 dwelling unit per 2 acres. Thoroughfare Plan The City of New Fairview’s Thoroughfare Plan was provided as part of a comprehensive plan, which shows FM 407 (south of the subject) expanding to a undivided 4-lane principal arterial (P4U). FM 407 is currently an east-to-west 2-lane undivided collector (C2U). The proposed land use plan also proposes County Line Rd as a 4-lane undivided minor arterial (M4U). County Line Rd. currently is a smaller 2-lane road that runs North to south along the Wise and Denton county lines. The Future Land Use Plan identifies a 2-lane undivided collector (C2U) to be constructed parallel to FM 407. It will connect FM 2264 and County Line Road and provide access to the Highland Meadows subdivision to the west of the subject property. Utilities The City of New Fairview will be unable to provide water for the property because there is no current infrastructure in place to support development. Only a very small part the southern portion of the subject property is within the CCN Boundary of Aqua Texas, which has provided well water to the Highland Meadows subdivision, directly west of the property as well as to Kings Rest Estates, Diamond Ridge Subdivision and the Old Chisholm Estates to the south of the property. All neighboring systems utilize well water, and have separate distribution systems. The City of New Fairview does not have a water plant, and the nearest Aqua Texas treatment facility is in Justin. All developments in New Fairview utilize septic systems for wastewater service, and minimum size of lots for septic use is 1⁄2 acre in Wise County and 1 acre in Denton County. 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$5,512,500  •  1,750 acres
PROPERTY OVERVIEW: Walnut Bend Ranch is a sprawling, 1,750+/- acre high fenced recreational ranch found in the northeastern portion of highly sought-after Cooke County in North Texas. The property is 17+/- miles by way of paved FM 371 and graveled County Road 115 from downtown Gainesville, TX. This impressive property offers scenic terrain with dramatic topography and big views, numerous potential building sites, plenty of FM and County Road frontage, hardwood forests, miles of both sides of perennial Hickory Creek, and an abundance of surface water. This quintessential Cooke County landscape has superior whitetail genetics, 12+/- miles of game fence, multiple smaller lakes, several potential lake site(s), 47+/- acres of planted food plots, outstanding wildlife habitat and expansive hardwood timber. A significant portion of the ranch is encumbered by oil and gas production, but the encumbrance is minimized by the terrain and tree cover. The northern 750+/- acres is devoid of active oil and gas production lending itself to numerous building locations in scenic locations. It is especially rare in this area to find a ranch of this size and quality with limited improvements. We are honored to offer the Walnut Bend Ranch to the market. This is the largest property to be offered in this area in over 10 years that we are aware of. This ranch represents a unique opportunity to own a sprawling, trophy hunting ranch within 80 miles of the DFW-metroplex in an exceptional location. TERRAIN: The Walnut Bend Ranch ranges in elevations from ~829' near the eastern boundary to ~650' in the Hickory Creek valley for a total elevation change of ~ 179 feet. The land is marked by a scenic transition from east to west throughout the property. Picturesque points, hilltops and oak covered hills provide views across the ranch and into Oklahoma. Deep drainages provide potential lake sites and make the property feel even larger than it already is. Hickory Creek is a key feature with long stretches of clear water and diverse riparian areas extending for miles. WILDLIFE & LAND MANAGEMENT: The array of wildlife on the Walnut Bend Ranch is a unique and impressive asset seldom found within 90 miles of the metroplex. The entirety of the ranch's 1,750+/- acres is game-fenced and home to an impressive whitetail deer herd. Several breeder bucks were brought in years ago, and the resulting herd is as impressive as it is healthy and properly managed. A small, wildlife management minded group lightly hunted the property with archery equipment only. There is currently no hunting since the ranch is now being marketed for sale. Several of the harvested deer shown in the photos speak to the quality of the deer herd. There are also 6 Outback protein feeders that are included with the sale. In addition to the deer herd, Rio Grande turkeys are numerous in this part of Cooke County, and provide outstanding hunting potential. Waterfowl hunting in this part of Cooke County is also a unique opportunity. The winter wheat fields provide food for migrating waterfowl of the Central Flyway, while several of the lakes appear to be preferred loafing spots for ducks and geese alike. Bobcats, coyotes, mountain lions, owls, hawks, dove, bats, bald eagles, woodpeckers, falcons and over 315 different vertebrate species are native to this region of Cooke County and the greater Red River Valley. The diversity, abundance and variety of habitat and local species alike makes for a special and unique wildlife asset within the Walnut Bend Ranch. WHITETAIL DEER HERD: Ranch is in the Managed Lands Deer Program through the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. There are typically 10-14 buck permits and 10-14 doe permits issued annually based on spotlight deer counts. Buck doe ratio is close to 1 buck: 1 doe and quality of trophy bucks is high. There are believed to be bucks in the 180 B&C class currently on the ranch with the largest buck harvested being in 2018 scoring 232 B&C. TREE COVER & WILDLIFE HABITAT: Approximately 70% of the property is wooded with a strong collection of mature post oak, red oak, blackjack oak, plum, pecan trees, sycamore, hickory, walnut, elm, cottonwood, and other trees common to this area. Brush and beneficial browse for wildlife include greenbrier, blackberries, redbud, sand plum and other native species. The diversity of vegetation, density of cover, reliable water sources, and natural travel corridors created by the landscape all combine to provide top-tier wildlife habitat. Typical of Cooke County and the greater Red River Valley, the vegetation found on the ranch is dominated by native bluestem grasses. The remaining 30% of the ranch consists of 25% open to semi-open grasslands dominated by strong bluestem grasses. The remaining 5% of the ranch has been worked into cultivated wildlife food plots for hunting, game management, and wildlife ag exemption. There haven't been any cattle on the ranch in years so the grasslands are in phenomenal condition. WATER FEATURES & FISHING: Hickory Creek is a live-water and perennial creek that runs through the middle of the ranch for approximately 4.34+/- miles with long stretches of clear water. There are numerous seasonal/wet-weather creek drainages that run water throughout the property, all flowing into the impressive Hickory Creek valley. Eight (8) smaller lakes were built and stocked with fish; these lakes measure approximately 1.5-3.5+/- acres in size. The stocked ponds and lake provide excellent, on-site fishing opportunities for largemouth bass, crappie and catfish. In the winter months, migrating waterfowl use the bodies of water frequently as well. The eastern side of the property has a significant drainage which appears to be a prime site to construct a potential lake. It is believed that this drainage could allow for a lake measuring approximately 30-35+/- surface acres. An additional drainage to the north provides another potential lake-site measuring 25-28+/- acres. Determining viability of these lake sites is the responsibility of the Buyer, but both appear feasible. ROAD FRONTAGE & INTERIOR ROADS: Multiple entry points provide great access to Walnut Bend Ranch. There is frontage on two paved, black top Farm-to-Market roads as well as frontage on an all-weather, graveled county road. The eastern side of the ranch fronts on FM 371 for approximately 0.34+/- miles; the southern boundary fronts on FM 2383 for approximately 0.52+/- miles; and the eastern side of the ranch fronts on CR 115 for 0.75+/- miles. Several locked gates with cattle guard provide secure entries. There is also a roadway easement providing another all-weather access point. The interior roads are superior which is a positive impact of the expansive O&G field found on the southern portion of the ranch. Over 8+/- miles of all-weather rock roads provide access throughout the ranch, including two concrete crossings over Hickory Creek. Several trails provide access to more remote areas with little to no O&G production. Additionally, almost the entirety of 12 +/- miles of game-fenced perimeter is drivable, furthering the already excellent access throughout the ranch and allowing for fence maintenance and inspection. STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS & 10 ACRE LEASE:The structural improvements on the ranch are limited to a 10 acre 'yard' currently utilized and leased by the O&G operator. These buildings are under a one-year lease expiring in September, 2021. These buildings could be utilized by the next owner or the lease could likely be extended. A 2,700 +/- SF office in reportedly good condition could, with small renovations, serve nicely as a guest or foreman house. A short distance away is a 4,000+/- SF shop including approximately 1,000 SF of living space in the form of a kitchen, living room, 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom barn apartment. The remaining 3,000 SF is currently used for equipment, tool and mechanical storage with two rollup doors and ample parking for equipment. Additionally, several smaller sheds provide tool and equipment storage. Breeding pens and soft release pens are found near this yard, and were operational in the past, but are not currently being utilized. The next owner could clean up these pens and easily begin a deer or exotic breeding program. AREA HISTORY: 200 years ago, the line between eastern, agrarian Caddo tribes and the violent, nomadic Comanche's of the west was a stark boundary found in Cooke County. Heavily timbered forests lay to the East, with ample rainfall to support agricultural efforts. To the west, seemingly infinite open, grass prairies were home to enormous populations of bison, deer and elk. Wars were waged along this line, in hopes of asserting claim to the boundless game, the deep canyons, elevated camp sites and opportunity found here. Incorporated in 1848, the county was named after a hero of the Texas Revolution, William McKinley Cooke, who fought at the Battle of San Jacinto and served as Chief Clerk of War for the Republic of Texas. Later, the Butterfield Overland Mail Route would cross this part of North Texas, carrying mail and wealthy passengers from St. Louis, Missouri and Memphis, Tennessee along some 2,800 miles to San Francisco. Today, the countryside still exudes the same wild nature that appealed to past civilizations. AIRPORTS: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is a full-service international airport located 70+/- miles south of Walnut Bend Ranch. Gainesville Municipal Airport (GLE) is only 19+/- miles southeast of the ranch. This public airport averages 67+/- aircrafts per day with two (2) runways measuring 6,000' X 100' and 4,307' X 75'. DIRECTIONS FROM DALLAS CITY (1-hour, 20-minute drive): Take I-35 north to Exit 498 going east on Highway 82 toward Sherman, TX. After 4 miles on Hwy 82, turn left (north) on FM 371, then go 5 miles before turning right on FM 2383. There is an entrance along this paved road, but it is best to continue for 1 mile before turning left on CR 115. The entrance gate to the ranch will be 0.75+/- miles to the north and on your left. O&G MINERALS:Surface only. O&G production was recently sold to Team Operating. There are plans to improve the operations without drilling any new wells. Overall, the production does not have a major detrimental impact on the quality of the property. The terrain and tree cover conceal a lot of the wells lessening the visual impact of the activity on the southern portion of the ranch. There is also a Surface Use Agreement that was put in place December 1, 2020. RIGHT-OF-WAYS:Numerous electric and pipeline easements traverse the ranch aboveground and belowground. The northern half of the ranch has less disturbances, less activity and far fewer wells than then southern half of the ranch. ELECTRICITY: Cooke County Electric Cooperative is the primary electric provider in the area. Brazos Electric built a private grid for the Walnut Bend Unit on the property which is owned and controlled by the O&G Operator. There are no provisions for the surface owner to tap into this infrastructure. GROUND WATER: Water wells are common in this area and ground water is believed to be good. Most wells appear to be 800-1000 feet in the Trinity Aquifer. SCHOOL DISTRICT:Callisburg School District. PROPERTY TAXES: The property taxes for 2020 were estimated to be approximately $7,362.54. PRICE: Realistically priced at $3,150 per acre ($5,512,500). Asking price is below current market values for this area because of the oil and gas activity impacted the southern portion of the ranch. Walnut Bend Ranch is believed to be a quality investment for an impressive property. CONTACT: Blake Hortenstine- Partner/Broker 214-616-1305 mobile Chris Wengierski- Agent 214-707-3474 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.
Contact for Price  •  777 acres
777 ± Acres Located 6± miles from Dilley, Texas Frontage on CR 4670 Newly renovated 2BR/1BA ranch house New 3,000± sq/ft metal barn High-fenced with good ranch roads Three-phase electricity Trinity well, 3,000-gallon storage tank, 2 ponds MLDP qualified with numerous blinds & feeders
$2,754,000  •  765 acres
Overview: Location, location, location! That phrase is personified in our new Trinity River Ranch listing. Ideally located within a short drive of DFW, and surrounded by world class waterfowl and wildlife habitat, Trinity River Ranch has a little bit of everything to offer to even the most discerning cattle and/or recreational ranch buyer. The ranch borders the prestigious Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area and the Tarrant County Water District; with the latter being off limits to hunting. The ranch gate is also less than 3+/- miles to the Richland-Chambers Reservoir and 22+/- miles to Cedar Creek Reservoir. Trinity River Ranch has the benefit of having approximately 5 miles of Trinity River Frontage, however, it only has approximately 269+/- acres of floodplain (per FEMA flood map).Location: Trinity River Ranch is located just east of the Trinity River, in Cayuga, TX, off highway 287. It is approximately 83 miles from Dallas, 107 miles from Fort Worth and 173 miles from Houston. It is also conveniently located to Athens (~23 miles) and Palestine (~29 miles).Directions: From Dallas, head south on I-45 for approximately 55 miles. In Corsicana, head east on US-287 for approximately 26.55 miles and the ranch will be immediately upon your right after crossing over the Trinity River.From Houston, head north on I-45 for approximately 150 miles to exit onto US-84 in Fairfield. Head east for approximately 1.4 miles to turn left onto Main St. After 1.1 miles, Main St. becomes FM 488. Continue on FM-488 for approximately 17.1 miles to turn right onto US-287. The ranch is approximately 2.93 miles and will be immediately upon your right after crossing over the Trinity River.From Fort Worth, take US-287 S for approximately 60 miles to merge onto I-45 S. After approximately 10.3 miles, head east onto US-287 for approximately 26.55 miles and the ranch will be immediately upon your right after crossing over the Trinity River.Improvements: A two-story farm home, originally built around 1933 is located just off the road and is approximately 2,104/sq. ft. It was last remodeled in the mid-1970s, however it would make a great home, hunter's cabin and/or foreman's home. The home has four bedrooms and one bath. A covered carport and porch are next to the home and present a covered space to rest, relax and lookout over the majority of the ranch.A large steel barn on slab is located towards the middle of the property on the west side of the ranch, and it is approximately 6000/sq. ft.Wildlife & Hunting: Trinity River Ranch has amazing hunting opportunities to chase after infamous Trinity River bottomland whitetail deer, wintering waterfowl, feral hogs and dove. The ranch has ample cover and forage to support a healthy whitetail deer population. It is also not uncommon to see deer swimming across the Trinity River from the Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area. There are also multiple areas to establish managed wetlands to take advantage of the prime location of Trinity River Ranch in relation to duck hunting.Ample fishing opportunities are present on the Trinity River, to include alligator gar, catfish, largemouth bass, white bass and crappie.Cattle: The ranch is currently running approximately 100 head of black angus cattle, plus calves. The ranch could easily support 175-200 pairs. Trinity River Ranch is perimeter fenced, outside of the Trinity River boundary. There is also cross fencing in place throughout the pastures. A set of working cattle pens is located on the western side of the ranch near the barns.Water Wells: Trinity River Ranch has two water wells. One services the ranch home, while the other is on the western side of the ranch near the barns and pens.Timber/Pasture: In reviewing the aerial, it is easy to overlook the amount of timber that is present on the ranch. The ranch boasts approximately 216+/- acres of mature hardwoods, ideal for cover and forage for whitetail deer and hogs. The remaining acreage (549+/- acres) is ideal grazing land for cattle and is also dotted by scenic hardwoods throughout the pastures.Trinity River: With over 5+/- miles of Trinity River frontage, the ranch is located within a central flyway and in an area known to harbor large groups of waterfowl throughout the season. The Trinity River corridor is a known internal Texas flyway, with the Richland Creek WMA being located just on the opposite side of the river. The ranch presents excellent opportunities to introduce managed wetlands to capitalize on the ranch's ideal location.A public boat launch/ramp onto the Trinity is located nearby on the north side of Highway 287.Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area: The Richland Creek WMA is approximately 13,783+/- Acres in size. It was named for Richland Creek, a tributary to the Trinity River, which flowed through the property prior to the construction of Richland-Chambers reservoir. Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area was created to compensate for habitat losses associated with the construction of Richland-Chambers Reservoir. The Area is owned and managed by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The mission of RCWMA is to develop and manage populations of indigenous and migratory wildlife species and their habitats and to provide quality consumptive and non-consumptive public-use in a manner that is not detrimental to the resource.Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area is located in an ecotone separating the Post Oak Savannah and Blackland Prairie ecological regions and the Area lies almost entirely within the Trinity River floodplain. The Area is subject to periodic and prolonged flooding. Average annual rainfall is 40 inches. Soils consist primarily of Trinity and Kaufman clays. These bottomland soils are highly productive and support a wide array of bottomland and wetland dependent wildlife and vegetation communities.Richland-Chambers Reservoir: Richland-Chambers Reservoir is the third largest inland reservoir by surface area and the 8th largest reservoir by water volume in Texas formed by the impoundment of Richland Creek and Chambers Creek east-southeast of the town of Corsicana and south of Kerens, in Navarro County and Freestone County, Texas, USA. It is approximately 41,356 acres and has 330 miles of shoreline and is "Y" shaped with the dam on the eastern end of the lake.Cedar Creek Reservoir: Cedar Creek Reservoir is approximately 32,623 acres, 18 miles long and offers 320 miles of shoreline. The lake was built on Cedar Creek, a tributary to the Trinity River, and is a highly desirable lake for DFW weekenders and/or permanent residents. The dam is at the south end of the lake in the town of Malakoff. The spillway on the west side of the lake lets water into a canal to the Trinity River which is located in Tool, Texas. Other major creeks that contribute to the inflow are Caney Creek, Clear Creek, and King's Creek.Minerals: Surface only.Taxes: The Trinity River Ranch is under an agricultural exemption. The taxes were approximately $2,980.49 in 2020 per Anderson County Tax Assessor.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.Contact:Chance Turner, Agent - 972-765-7326
$1,678,450  •  628.77 acres
The Southern Star high-fenced hunting ranch consists of 628.77 acres and is located on the west side of Irion County in the heart of the golden triangle of west Texas hunting country.  It sits 15 miles north of Barnhart on Highway 163.  It also falls 25 miles west of Mertzon, Texas, and 50 miles west of San Angelo Regional Airport making it easy access for out of state hunters. The Southern Star Ranch is a gorgeous private retreat.  The beautifully manicured, 2400 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2 ½ bath rock headquarters has a wrap-around porch with matching travertine tile floors inside and out, large patio with an oversized gazebo, and a separate 2-car garage.  This home is fully furnished and furnishings convey to the new owners with the property.  Outbuildings include 2 fully furnished hunting lodges with a large covered concrete grilling patio, insulated and wired shop, sheds, 10x10 walk-in cooler, deer cleaning area, and a carport for the GMC 4x4 ranch pickup and Polaris UTV which both convey with the sale.  The high fences are in great shape on all sides.  There is a west pasture that sits on the west side of Texas Highway 163 and is approximately 190 acres. The house pasture sits on the east side of the highway and consists of approximately 448 acres.  Located in the middle of the western Edwards Plateau, this ranch sits in the Middle Concho Watershed where the best deer are found.  The Concho River Watershed receives flow from more than 9 west Texas counties.  The area receives 21.25 inches of rain annually on average.  The area is also known for extraordinary underground water in abundance from the Dockum minor aquifer and the major Edwards Trinity Aquifer.  Both pastures are well watered.  In the west pasture there are two water wells approximately 180’ deep with submersible pumps.  In the east or “house” pasture, there are 4 wells.  There is one well for the twin lodges and one for the main lodge complete with a rock well house.  Both of these have submersible pumps.  There are two solar wells in the pasture on the west side.  There are 3 Santa Rosa water wells that do not convey with the sale.  An easement will be retained by the seller for access to the Santa Rosa wells.  The Southern Star Ranch is known for its improved trophy white-tail deer.  Recently harvested bucks scored 175 and 202.  The hunting program is well managed.  There are currently 40 does and 40 bucks.  All of the feeders and blinds convey with the sale which includes 2 feeders and a blind on the west side and 6 feeders and 2 blinds on the east side.  There are two feeder pens with two feeders in each pen.  Other species of wildlife found here include Rio Grande turkey, Blue Quail, Bobwhite quail, and dove. Javelina have also been spotted. Elevation is mostly level with a difference of only 60 feet across the entire ranch.  There is a gentle draw that traverses the middle of the ranch where the does are often found browsing and bedding down.  The soils are good for grazing and conditions are practical for improvements such as seeding, fertilizing, and water control.  These soils can be used safely for grazing or wildlife food and cover.  Soils include Angelo silty clay loam (2c), Ector soils (7s) which are moist with a 1-8% slope, Rio Concho and Dev soils, 0-3% slope (6w).  The ranch would make a nice working ranch for livestock in addition to the hunting component as it is gently rolling to level ground with many good grazing grasses.  In this region of Texas are a variety of good grasses, both tall varieties as well as short grasses, which is unique to this particular area because of variation in precipitation.  Some of these good grasses include Curly mesquite, Vine-mesquite, Tabosagrass, Sideoats grama, Texas grama, Black grama, varieties of bluestem, Buffalo-grass, Texas wintergrass, Eastern gamagrass, Hall panicum, dropseed varieties, Green sprangletop, and many other strong west Texas grasses.  You can readily find shrubs such as sumac, acacia, Honey mesquite trees and Algerita which provide food and cover as well as multiple varieties of forbes including filaree, sage, salvia and Tallow weed.   Redberry juniper, Mormon tea, bunch grasses and other shrubs also provide cover for deer and quail and all other wildlife.  The ranch is being offered as surface only.  The mineral estate does not convey.  Proof of funds is required for all showings.  Please see the video at www.MMRanchLandInvestments.com and call Mike Dolan for more information.  325-450-2550  DISCLAIMER: All property information contained herein is furnished by the owner, or from sources deemed reliable to the best of their knowledge. It is not guaranteed, and United Country M&M Ranch Land Investments, LLC makes no representation, guarantee, or warranty, expressed or implied; nor do we assume any legal liability for its accuracy. All offerings are subject to change in price, errors, omissions, prior sales, and/or withdrawal without notice. Purchaser is solely responsible for verification and all necessary due diligence that may be necessary or required for purchasers' intended use of the subject property. In accordance with the law, all properties are offered without regard to race, color, gender, creed, national origin, familial status, or handicap. NOTE: The square footage of home and buildings, lot sizes, acreage size, and all property dimensions are approximate; subject to verification by the purchaser, and/or new survey. Notice to buyers representatives: When buying farm & ranch land or investment property the buyer's agent, if applicable, must be identified on the first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of United Country Real estate.  
$589,000  •  620 acres
This 620 acres has it all with electricity, submersible well, water storage and great frontage on Grey Ranch Road. This ranch lies in the Independence Creek upper watershed and is a series of limestone hills and broad valleys. Tamaulipan Brushland, Hill Country and Chihuahuan Desert habitats are all part of North Porter Ranch. Mule deer and whitetail deer populations on the Ranch are tremendous, with a population about 50/50 for the two deer types. Within the steep terrain along the canyons, one can also find Elk and Aoudad sheep. Wing shooting for Blue Quail and Mourning Dove are tremendous.
$13,897,500  •  618 acres
618 Acre GCH Ranch Horse Facility, Cattle Operation & Entertainment Resort 1899 N. FM 52, Weatherford, Parker County, Texas 76088 LOCATION: Just 19 miles northwest of Weatherford or 45 minutes west of Fort Worth., and Directions: From the Weatherford Court House take FM51 North to a stoplight then west/left onto FM 920 North towards Peaster for 5.5 miles, then west/left at the yellow blinking lights onto FM 1885 for 11.5 miles then north/right on FM 52 for 2 miles toward Whitt and the property is on the west/left side. Significant FM 52 road frontage and frontage on FM 1885. TERRAIN: Gently rolling to heavily rolling to level productive land with scattered hardwood trees. 360 acres of coastal bermuda pastures. 140 acres in cultivation fields. 75 acres in scattered to thick timbered areas along large “Rock Creek.” 35 acres is on the west side of the creek but accessible. IMPROVEMENTS: A 3000 sq. ft. custom stone home with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and a covered carport. Fireplace, covered porch and patio. Three Executive Guest Suites - A beautiful stone exterior with cedar porches. Varying in size from a 2 bedroom 2 bath to a 2 bedroom 1 bath to another 2 bedroom 1 bath with full kitchens. Very high end décor depicting themes of “cattle baron, Santa Fe, and Traditional Texas.” A Grand Dining Hall & Poolside: Stucco exterior, a huge dining hall with a 22’ to 24’ ceiling and fireplace. Commercial kitchen and appliances with walk-in freezer, men’s & women’s changing rooms and one full bath. Outdoor dining and entertaining under the arbor with a fireplace. A large flagstone deck leading to a gorgeous pool with a sunken swim up wet bar with stools, an infinity edge, and propane heated. Hot tub, water fall, and extensive beautiful landscaping. An Executive Office of 1200 sq. ft. with beautiful Hickory wood plank floors, cabinets, and built-ins. Wi-Fi, ½ bath, high ceiling and a coffin tin ceiling, coffee bar, red cedar closet, safe room and alarm system. An insulated 10 car show garage, an adjoining professional workout room with rubber floors and solid mirrors. A mare barn of 4 foaling stalls, 6 stalls with runs, 12 additional stalls for 16 total stalls, and tack room. Office, vet examination room, and expansion room for 30 more stalls. The Show barn is AWESOME with 6” deep paver alleyways, Washington State western pine plank ceiling, tall stucco interior sidewalls, tilt wall with an aggregate finish, three wash bays, a large tack room, a large office with Wi-Fi, 6 rollup doors, ½ bath, and an upstairs apartment. An adjoining large Insulated Storage Facility – one area is for furniture type items, another area for feed, and another for shavings. An adjoining covered computerized Priefert panel walker. Two covered arenas side by side and landscaped - #1 is 250x124, music and wifi, indoor cattle holding pens. #2 is 136x136 with covered cattle pens and a/c viewing deck. Four Executive Custom Themed Suites with stone exterior – one master suite and three 2 bedroom suites. Six covered parking bays and a private gated entry. 2 year olds horse barn with 13 stalls, tack room, ½ bath, office with a full bath, 7 vehicle covered parking, and an outdoor wash rack. Nearby are five lean to shed row stalls and a traditional horse walker. Outdoor lighted 150’ round pen and breaking pen with viewing deck. Ranch hand quarters – two 2 bedroom apartments and two 1 bedroom apartments with screened in porches. All steel cattle covered working pens with squeeze chute, scales, and load out chute. A 10,000 sq. ft. showcase insulated building for big rigs and horse trailers with 8 insulated rollup doors, and 50 amp service for RVs. An adjoining commercial truck and vehicle wash with propane water heater. A 180’ long shed row commodity barn for mixing feed, storage of feed, hay, tractors & equipment with an adjoining shop which has an office and ½ bath. 3 bedroom laborer’s quarters and a 3500 sq. ft. hay barn. 34 pipe paddocks with loafing sheds and extensive pipe fencing. Six commercial cattle feed lots with concrete & steel feed bunks – 740 head capacity. The extensive landscaping was designed and laid out by an architect with an extensive sprinkler system. Over $300,000.00 of high plains Cactus trees and plants. All A/C and Heating systems are heat pumps with back up heat strips. WATER: Three 650’ deep Trinity water wells averaging 95 gpm each fully equipped in three different areas with 23,000 gallons of storage in total all tied together. Extensive large “Rock Creek” frontage. 23 stock ponds. Every pasture has fresh water (well) with over 10 miles of water lines. MINERALS: Approximately 25% to 100% owned which will be conveyed. GAME: Deer, turkey, hogs, dove, ducks, etc. TAXES: Between $27,000 to $32,000 annually. COMMENTS: Possibly one of the finest cutting horse facilities in north Texas. The improvements are top shelf and extensive. An incredible place to entertain celebrities, executives, or royalty. The location is great! Excellent productive soils support great coastal bermuda & wheat land. PRICE: $13,897,500.00. 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.
$2,500,000  •  615 acres
Established in 2002, Pintail Ridge Hunting Club was meticulously designed and managed to provide superior waterfowl hunting & habitat. The nostalgic hunting lodge is perched 280' high on a hilltop overlooking the majority of the wetland, sleeps 16 guests and was erected in 2003. There are 8 managed wetland units totaling approximately 130+/- acres with pit blinds set in most units ready for the upcoming season. The ranch is centrally located between Houston, Austin and Dallas/Ft Worth. Quintessential in nature, this central flyway turnkey waterfowl mecca will peak the interest of the most avid waterfowler.Pintail Ridge Hunting Club is approximately 615+/- acres, with an additional 140+/- acres of contiguous land available for purchase as well. See details below and/or broker for more information regarding the additional acreage.Pintail Ridge Hunting Club is centrally located between Houston and Dallas. It is located approximately 140+/- miles from Houston and 146+/- miles from Dallas. It is just east of the Trinity River, located off of Highway 7, west of Crockett, TX by 10+/- miles.DirectionsFrom Houston, take I-45 North to State Highway 7E in Centerville, TX. Then east for approximately 23+/- miles. From Dallas, take I-45 South to State Highway 7E in Centerville, TX. Then east for approximately 23+/- miles.Wetland UnitsThe Ducks Unlimited (DU) designed wetland units were created to establish and maintain superior waterfowl habitat and hunting opportunities. Pintail Ridges' ability to control water on demand from a spring fed lake into and out of managed wetlands is the key factor to successful habitat management. This component is achieved via a previously mined pit, close to the southernmost wetland units, which holds an impressive amount of water. The spring fed lake and pump are included in the sale and will be accessed through an easement across the levee. All units are equipped with agridrains or flow through flap gates. The water for the northern wetland units is supplied by rainfall and adjacent creek flooding.The avid waterfowler that is management minded in nature 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. Pintail Ridge 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 Pintail Ridge will certainly provide future generations many successful days in the field.The wetland units range in size from 1+/- acre to 47+/- acres.For more specific details, please ask the broker.Wildlife & HuntingIn addition to the superb waterfowl hunting and habitat, Pintail Ridge Hunting Club also offers excellent opportunities to harvest trophy whitetail deer. The northern portion of the ranch should provide ample opportunities with the surrounding tracts being heavily timbered, Pintail Ridge's open meadows and abundant surface water, should pull in neighboring whitetail deer away from heavy cover.Anyone who is familiar with the Trinity River bottomlands know that the hog hunting opportunities are endless. To round out the hunting, Pintail Ridge is also setup very well to hunt dove come each fall. A fishing component may be easily introduced into the ranch by stocking the spring fed lakePintail Ridge LodgeBuilt up on a hill, with impressive views of the ranch and the surrounding Trinity River bottomlands, the lodge provides exceptional accommodations and truly captures the essence of what a duck lodge should be. Approximately 4800+/- square feet in size, the lodge boasts 7 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. Each bedroom has its own walk-in closet, full bathroom and each room is designed in its own waterfowl species theme. The lodge currently sleeps 16 people, but could easily be accommodated to sleep more if desired.There are 4 bedrooms on one wing of the lodge, with 3 bedrooms and a laundry/utility room located on the other wing. The great room connects each wing and is accentuated by its open floor plan, double sided fireplace, high ceilings, polished cedar walls and spectacular views overlooking the wetlands. On either side of the double fireplace, are the kitchen/dining area and the living room.The mudroom is thoughtfully designed with the waterfowler in mind. It has direct access outside and connects to the great room providing quick access to fire for those bone chilling morning in the field. The impressive design, storage and individual bays for the hanging waders, gear, guns make for quick access to get back to the field and will impress the most discerning guests.Stepping out from the living room onto the back porch offers an impressive 4400+/- square feet of additional space for family and guests to relax and enjoy their time out on the ranch. The back porch offers mile long views and is strategically positioned to capture the setting sun each evening.Almost all furniture (indoor and outdoor) will convey with the sale of Pintail Ridge Hunting Club with an acceptable purchase offer, outside of a few select pieces that hold special meaning to the current owner.Additional Structural ImprovementsCarport- Located just off the lodge's eastern corner, is an approximately 740+/- square feet covered carport that is a perfect area to park automobiles and/or utility vehicles.Equipment Shed/Storage- A repurposed container, complete with running water, has been finished out to provide an area for additional storage, an area to stage/clean decoys and clean harvested game.Lean-to Barn- The barn is approximately 2700+/- square feet and offers additional space to store various ranch/hunting equipment and machinery.Water Wells- There are two working water wells at the ranch, with one well currently capped.Water Pump- The water pump used to fill the wetland units will convey with the sale of Pintail Ridge Hunting Club.Additional Acreage AvailableAn additional, contiguous 140+/- acres may be available for purchase, subject to an acceptable purchase offer and a lease back for cattle. The additional acreage contains additional space out of the flood plain, as well as a larger barn, water well and ranch foreman home.FencingPintail Ridge Hunting Club is a part of a larger tract of land that is not being offered for sale. Current fencing is already in place on the ranch's southern, eastern and northern perimeters, as well as some of the western boundary being sold. The landowner has also agreed to erect a new boundary fence along the portion of the western boundary that is currently missing fencing if the ranch is sold at an agreeable price. The new fencing would be erected after the completion of a new survey. There is also cross fencing currently in place on Pintail Ridge to run a cattle operation, as well as to keep cattle out of the wetland management areas.SurveyA new survey will be completed at the expense of the seller per an acceptable purchase offer.EasementsAn easement will be established with an acceptable purchase price offer to convey to the buyer from the seller to utilize the levee road to access the lodge/ranch during waterfowl season, so that the new owners do not have to drive by the southern wetland management area when utilizing the main entry road into the ranch.A transmission line traverses the ranch towards the northern corner, running east to west, for approximately 2700+/- feet.MineralsSurface Only. There is currently no production on the ranch.TaxesPintail Ridge Hunting Club is being carved out of a larger tract of land that is around 2000+/- acres. The entire tract is currently under an agricultural exemption.Broker Disclosure: Buyer is advised and understands that part of the ranch and ranch roads/trails are in the floodplain. When the Trinity River is at flood stage, parts of the ranch may be inaccessible for a brief period of time.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.Contact:Chance Turner, Agent - 972-765-7326Cash McWhorter, Broker - 469-222-4076
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$2,900,000  •  500 acres
$3,475,000
This stunning hilltop ranch is one of a kind. It is high fenced, infused with superior whitetails and wooded with a mix of hardwoods and pine plantations. The manicured ranch boasts two complementary ranch style homes with far-reaching views sitting on top of the 650 high peak, and it is located just southeast of Palestine. This turnkey trophy whitetail ranch is also ideal for additional stocking with exotics and is priced competitively for the market. It is ready for immediate hunting and outdoor enjoyment! Highlights: TWO homes on one of the highest peaks in Anderson County with 360 degree views High fencing with predator wire Top end hunting blinds and feeders Two metal storage buildings Approximately $300,000 value in pine plantation Large Carrizo water well Improvements: This ranch is ideal for bringing in exotics and managing the trophy deer herd. There are over 5 miles of galvanized high fence around the perimeter of the ranch, complete with additional varmint guard wire buried two feet underground. This game fence is in excellent condition: there are no hogs on the ranch. There are two ranch style homes on this ranch and they are made in the same construction style, with similar materials. They are in excellent condition and have been very well maintained. 2015 home: 2,500 square feet of living area, not including the wrap around porch. This home has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, an office and workout studio, and of course the main living room and dining room. The living and main dining area is open to the second floor ceiling and the entire house has large windows with views out over the hilltop areas. The wood paneling is very comfortable and welcoming as well. 2007 home: 1,592 square feet of living area, not including the wrap around porch. This home has 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths and makes for an ideal guest home. 2014 fully enclosed workshop: 1,650 square feet with the overhang. It has concrete flooring, and is stubbed out for future plumbing, and a walk-in cooler drain. 2006 fully enclosed workshop: 2,000 square feet with concrete flooring, and full utilities. 2006 mobile home: 14’ x 60’. It is currently used for a ranch foreman’s home. Covered rifle range Wildlife: The white-tailed deer population is healthy and abundant across this high fenced game ranch. The owner introduced over 30 genetically superior deer from east Texas breeders Briar Lakes Ranch and Windy B Ranch into the property approximately 11 years ago, and he has carefully managed the wildlife since then. Most of the native deer were trapped and removed at the time of this initial stocking. Although this ranch is set up well to also be a commercial hunting property, it has only been hunted and used recreationally personally by the owner. The ranch was stocked once with quality whitetail deer but it has never been a deer breeding facility. It is currently classified as Level 3 in the Texas Managed Land Deer program, which provides for an extended hunting season and additional deer management opportunities through Texas Parks and Wildlife. Land: This ranch has one of the highest peaks in Anderson County, and this substantial hilltop has been groomed to allow for very far views in all directions; absolutely unmatched anywhere in Anderson County. There are two valuable pine plantation stands of approximately 155 acres on the north side of the ranch and 69 acres on the south that have been professionally managed by Mike Cline Forestry. These supplement the overall value of this ranch asset and also provide some potential tax advantages for the next owner. The balance of the acreage is comprised of a good blend of pines and other hardwood species for a diverse forage base and mix of cover for wildlife. There is a good road system throughout the ranch, yet most of the acreage has remained untouched for wildlife. The soils under the ranch are from the Cuthbert, Bowie, and Kirvin formations in the Western Coastal Plain soil region. These soils are highly weathered and acidic and support pine-hardwood vegetation, typically characterized by loblolly pine. Click here to view an interactive ranch hunting map. Water: Another value asset to the ranch is the deep and very productive water well, which historically produced approximately 450 gpm out of the deep Carrizo-Wilcox formation. The Camp Hill water well (TCEQ# 3820604) was drilled in 1968 to 1,840’ for a former oil and gas operator, and is approximately 13” in size. An existing well of this size can be advantageous not only because it would be very expensive to permit and drill, but it can also be used to irrigate and to supplement future water features on the ranch. Some have also considered this well to be the most prolific well in the area due to its location on the higher part of the hill and the gravity flow potential that comes with it. This well is currently not in use, and was recently supporting the landscape irrigation for the main house with a small solar pump. The ranch is within the Neches and Trinity Valleys Groundwater Conservation District. There are a few ponds scattered throughout the ranch, and the largest is approximately 4 acres in size. It is stocked with bass and bluegill, and has a wooden swimming dock and concrete spillway. The homes and barns are serviced by both well water and community water, and the ranch gets an average of 40” of rainfall annually. Location: The ranch is located in south central Anderson County, approximately 7 miles outside of Palestine. The drive is approximately 2 hours from Dallas, and 2.5 hours from Houston. It is accessed by paved Anderson County Road 153, which brings electric and water utilities as well as underground internet and phone service. Minerals: There is no production on the ranch, and the owner does not own any of the mineral estate. (Note that there are several old well locations that produced in the past and may show up on older aerial maps, but these have been plugged and abandoned, and the surface was remediated to its natural state.) Easements: There is one easement on the ranch. It is a buried gas line and is on the far eastern edge of the ranch. Significant ranch equipment and furniture are also available. Ask broker for details. Taxes: The ranch is taxed under a 1d1 valuation with a timber classification, and the annual property taxes are approximately $8,000. (It is taxed at the same rate as the agricultural valuation.) Shown by appointment only.
$1,490,000  •  318 acres
TRINITY SPRINGS RANCH This gentleman’s ranch is set up for a one man cattle operation and is the ultimate in self-sufficiency. The 320 Acre Working ranch is very private.  A county road accesses the ranch through national forest and dead-ends at the ranch entrance.  The ranch has live water and   the Mark Twain National Forest and borders the ranch on 3 Sides.  Entrance to the ranch is through a beautiful gated tree-lined drive! This property boasts 2 amazing Homes. The first is a 2 Story Barn Style Home built in 2016 that has a total of 3,768 air conditioned sq. ft. (4,032 total sq. ft.).   The custom, Barn Pro’s, barn style home is made with hemlock, douglas fir and Red Cedar. It has large post and beam construction that allows for a very adaptable interior space, all interior walls can be changed to your specific needs! The home is equipped with central high efficiency air and heat (propane).  The central air/heat system is zoned for optimal efficiency.  There is also a free-standing wood stove in the living room that can heat the entire house. The main floor features an open floor plan with tall vaulted ceilings and -wood-like tile flooring, a gourmet kitchen with walk-in pantry, a large island, along with lots of counter space and buffet bar. The main floor also includes a dining area, a very large walk-in linen closet/storage room, a living room, loft, 2 bed rooms, 2 full bathrooms, a laundry room, a spacious master suite with double vanities and large walk-in closet.  Enjoy entertaining in the cozy great room with a wet bar and double sliding barn doors on each end to allow fresh breezes and views. Additional space includes a large room that can be used as a bedroom or an office, a ½ bath, large storage room/garage with double sliding barn doors for easy access, an exercise room, and an additional storage closet beneath the stairs. The 2nd home on the property is a 2-story log home with a wrap-around covered porch that has beautiful mature landscaping and scenic views.   The main floor of the log home has tall vaulted pine ceilings in an open floor plan with large kitchen, breakfast bar, dining area and living room, a Half Bath, Spacious Master Suite with full Bath, Utility Room with Sink and additional Storage area the under stairs. Upstairs you will find 2 more Bedrooms and 1 full Bath with Loft Area which serves as an additional bedroom. The two Homes are joined by a beautiful Stone Courtyard Entertaining Area with Fire pit and Amazing Mature Landscaping!  Both homes are set up for use of a generator.  There are 2 water wells on the property; one servicing the homes and one servicing the ranch.  The ranch comes with everything needed for a one-man operation. There are excellent Cattle Working Facilities, Hay Barn, Shop, Chicken Coop, Garden Sheds, Loafing sheds, Equipment Sheds, Wood storage shed and a storm shelter.  A large historic barn with loft has been restored and can be used for animal and hay storage.  Well water is Piped to livestock tanks across the entire ranch and the acreage is Fenced & Cross Fenced with both Barbed Wire and Electric Fencing to allow for rotational grazing. A significant percentage of the ranch fencing is newly constructed.  A soil/nutrient management program began in 2019 and continues to date.   To add to the already impressive list of features, the property has Springs and a year round Spring fed Creek, 12 Ponds (Several stocked with Bass, Perch and Catfish), 5 Ritchie Frost Free Automatic Water tanks, and 10 automatic Tire Water Tanks. This land offers excellent Fishing and Hunting opportunities. There are food plots for the abundant deer & turkey and hunting blinds throughout the ranch. This top of the line Ranch property also has 2 Wells, 2 Septics, a Garden Shed and Wood Storage, 2 Well Houses, Chicken Coop, a Large Shop with Electric and Water, Garden House, and a 2nd Chicken Coop with upstairs storage.  The property provides easy access to the riding trails in the National Forest. The ranch is close to the North Fork of the White River, Jacks Fork, Eleven Point, and Big Piney Rivers and Norfork Lake which all offer great swimming, fishing, and floating. The Property also has an income producing option.  Currently it is being used as a venue for Weddings and Reunions. Note:  The square footage, bedrooms & baths reflect the total for both homes.
$1,850,000  •  306 acres
Area History: 200 years ago, Cooke County would have been separated visibly and culturally by wide open grass prairies in the west, to the heavily timbered, deep forests in the east. The line between eastern, agrarian Caddo tribes and the violent, nomadic Comanche's of the west was a stark boundary found here. Wars were waged along this line, in hopes of asserting claim to the boundless game, the deep canyons, high point camp sites and the opportunity found here. Incorporated in 1848, the county was named after a hero of the Texas Revolution, William McKinley Cooke, who fought at the Battle of San Jacinto and served as Chief Clerk of War for the Republic of Texas. Later, the Butterfield Overland Mail Route would cross this part of North Texas, carrying mail and wealthy passengers from St. Louis, Missouri and Memphis, Tennessee along some 2,800 miles to San Francisco. Today, the countryside still exudes the same wild nature that called to civilizations past; abounding with wildlife, home to undisturbed and mature tree canopies with vista views for miles. Rare as the opportunity is to lay claim to a part of this historically important, wild and natural place - we are honored to offer the 306 +/- acre, 7N Ranch for sale.Property Overview: Deep canyons, heavy cover, exceptional views, excellent wildlife habitat and prime proximity all combine in the 306 +/- acre, 7N Ranch in Cooke County, TX. A short 20-minute drive from Interstate 35 in Gainesville, the property lies in a highly-sought after part of Cooke County. Found in the Walnut Bend corner of Cooke County, where deep ravines drain water to the prolific Red River, the 7N Ranch offers excellent recreational appeal. At the highest point on the ranch, a view over the Red River and into Oklahoma stretches for miles. Known for the trophy whitetail and numerous turkeys that populate this piece of North Texas, offerings in this area rarely come to the market. A 2,800 SF home sleeps 18 comfortably, while a shop, wellhouse, game cleaning station and bunkroom (sleeps 4) are a short distance away. Trails provide access throughout this end of the road refuge.Location: Located a short 15-minute drive from Gainesville where food, gas, ice, entertainment and restaurants are all available. 7N Ranch is a 75-minute, 80-mile drive north from Dallas or Forth Worth, and only a short 20-minute drive to Thackerville, OK - home to the largest casino in the world, Winstar World Casino and Hotel. County Road 183 dead-ends at the entrance to the ranch, a steel gate with electronic access.Terrain: The terrain is rolling to steep, with over 240' of elevation change found within the perimeter fencing. A long canyon on the western side of the ranch provides exceptional views into Oklahoma and the Red River Valley. The northern quarter of Cooke County drains into the prolific Red River, providing incredible canyons, deep draws and exceptional views. Typical of the county, the property is dominated by sandy loam soils.Vegetation: Heavily timbered, the tree diversity on the ranch is impressive. Red oak, plum, redbud, blackjack oaks, post oaks, hackberry, elm, pecan, walnut, cedar and cottonwood are all found on the ranch. Typical of Cooke County and the greater Red River Valley, the vegetation found on the ranch is dominated by bluestem grasses.Wildlife & Land Management: Largely untouched and unpressured, the 7N Ranch is well set up for access and hunting opportunities across the ranch. Northern Cooke County is known for its low-fence trophy class deer, and the 7N Ranch has been lightly, if at all hunted in recent years. Deer, hogs, and turkey use the ranch as a refuge. Several deer in the 170" class have been seen on the property and one was harvested by the neighbor to the north (pictured). Bobcats, coyotes, owls, dove, bats, bald eagles, woodpeckers, falcons and over 315 vertebrate species are native to this region of Cooke County and the greater Red River Valley. The diversity of habitat and variety of local species makes for a special and unique wildlife asset on the 7N Ranch.Water: Surface water is provided by one small stock pond, with ample opportunities to develop more. The steep terrain of the canyon and draw systems on the ranch appear to be prime locations for the construction of several ponds or lakes.Improvements:Main House - The main home is a 2,800 +/- SF rock home (4 BR, 2.5 BA) that sleeps 18 people comfortably. In a park-like setting, the headquarters area utilizes covered porches and outdoor grilling stations to take advantage of the privacy found here. A custom treehouse for the kids is located a short distance away near the pond.Bunk House/ Shop/ Garage - A short distance away, a bunkhouse (sleeps 4) and small shop/garage are used for extra sleeping arrangements as well as equipment, tool and feed storage.Electric Entry Gate - Found at the end of CR 183, the entrance is well appointed but modest. A keypad and remote-control key system provide access via an electronic, swinging steel gate.Historical Importance: The 7N Ranch is said to be home to a stretch of the Overland Butterfield Mail Route. A stagecoach service for mail and passengers, the Overland Mail Company owned and operated the service between 1858 to 1861. A bi-weekly trip was made from two eastern terminals of Memphis, Tennessee and St. Louis, some ~2,800 miles to San Francisco, California and back.Easements: Two easement roads run across the ranch. One easement runs to north along the all-weather road. Another access easement runs through the property to the northeast boundary.Minerals: No minerals are owned by the landowner or offered with the sale. There is no production on the property.School District: 7N Ranch is found in Callisburg Independent School District.Property Taxes: Property taxes were approximately $5,452.36 annually.Utilities: Water is provided by a well on the property, drilled to approximately 220' deep into the Trinity Aquifer, a major aquifer. The well provides 25 +/- GPM. Electricity is provided by Cooke County Electric Cooperative Association.Price: $1,850,000 ($6,045.75 per acre)Contacts:Blake Hortenstine, 214-616-1305 mobileChris Wengierski, 214-707-3474 mobile
$3,195,000  •  192.7 acres
A Great Cattle Ranch or Future Development Site. $3,195,000. Ideally located in Wise County on West Fork of the Trinity River. Fantastic cattle ranch with almost 2 miles of frontage on the West Fork of the Trinity River. Beautiful level, improved pastures with lush Coastal Bermuda, Common Bermuda, and Native grasses. Slightly rolling terrain with slopes of 3 - 8% lead to heavily treed areas in the bottom land along the river. Perfect for grazing as well as for deer and other wildlife. Part of the property is in a flood plain area along the river. Soils are Batsil fine sandy loam, Silawa fine sandy loam, and Pulexas. The property has one stock tank and two wells. There is one large barn with adjacent pens, hay barn, equipment barn, storage building, storm cellar, and an additional garage/workshop with upstairs living quarters. Extensive pipe and barbed wire fencing and cross fencing throughout the property. The ranch house, built in 1987, has a large living area, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, and two baths. There is a patio at the back of the house that overlooks the workshop, guest quarters, and the lower treed part of the property on the river. Seller might consider subdividing. Seller's portion of mineral rights are negotiable. Sale of the property is contingent on Seller finding an acceptable property for a 1031 exchange. This great ranch is close to Fort Worth and DFW airport, so you can enjoy the ranching lifestyle, but still be in the city in 45 minutes! Or, you can use this property for future development.
$3,500,000  •  170 acres
170 +/- Acre Chris Cox Horsemanship Facility 5309 West FM 1885, Mineral Wells, Texas LOCATION:Approximately 21 miles west northwest of Weatherford or 8 miles north of Mineral Wells. Directions From Weatherford, go north of the Parker County Courthouse one mile, then west / left on FM 920 / Fourth Street for 5.3 miles, then west / left onto FM 1885 for 15.5 miles and the property is on the south / left side. TERRAIN:The ground is sandy loam with coastal bermuda - part of it is open pasture, part is scattered oak trees, and part of it is thicker cover along the creek. Beautiful setting for your stone home among large Oak trees. IMPROVEMENTS:Main 4-bedroom open concept home, recently remodeled, with 3 car garage. Lonesome Dove Hotel with 12 rooms, 4 bathrooms, and laundry room. Horse Barn 1 - remodeled with new 18 stalls, with comfort stall flooring in each stall with fans. Wash rack and tack room. Remodeled Dining room (30 guests) with kitchen and bathroom (w/ shower). Horse Barn 2 - 16 stall with comfort in each stall. Turnouts on westside of the barn, Wash bay and tack room. Horse Barn 3 - 18 stall shed row barn with mats and tack shed on the end. Horse Barn 4 - Mare foaling barn with 2 - 12 X 20 stalls with runs, additional 1 - 12 X 12 stall, and fully contained 1- bedroom apartment. Indoor Arena 175 X 120 with 2 big fans and new screens for winter, and there is 60 feet being added to the north end which will = to 120 X 235 covered arena. 6 Horse free panel walker with rubber footing. Outside 145 round pen lighted. 55 round colt pen, Cattle feed lots, 3 pens with feed bunks. Numerous steel pens and doctoring chutes. State of the Art outdoor Roping Cow horse arena 150 X 300 with lights. Storage warehouse with spray foam, Equipment and hay shed, mechanic shop with restroom. 6 RV hookups with water on back side of building. Remodeled office building with 5 large rooms and with break and kitchen area. 2 rest rooms, porch on all sides that can be turned into a house or apartments easily. 2 laborers mobile homes rapped with Quarter rounds and upgraded roof. Loafing sheds in all pastures. SCHOOLS:Mineral Wells I.S.D. MINERALS:Owned and conveyed - 50% on 97 acres and 25% on 89 acres. WATER:Two Trinity water wells and Co-op water. TAXES:$22,592.24 COMMENTS:Excellent horse training or breeding facility. PRICE:$3,497,500.00 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.
Contact for Price  •  154 acres
154 ± Acres Almost a mile of Trinity River frontage 3 large ponds ranging from 2-8± acres 2,835± sq/ft main house with 3BR/2BA 3,000± sq/ft game room Foreman’s house Mature Cypress, Cottonwoods and Oaks Lush pastures for grazing and hay production 30± minutes from Houston
Contact for Price  •  122 acres
122 ± Acres Located just 40± minutes from Austin 3,165± square-foot main home 1,280± square-foot guest house In-ground pool and hot tub 90x30 Metal barn 2 Trinity wells and rainwater storage system ½ Mile of wet-weather creek and 2 ponds High-fenced and stocked with exotics
$565,000  •  100 acres
100+/- acre, ag exempt, unrestricted farm and ranch property in Bartlett, Bell County. Topo is level to gently sloping with fertile black soil and roughly 67 acres of improved grass and 33 acres of cultivated land. Three stock ponds on property and all currently are holding water. A wet weather creek traverses the property east to west. Bartlett Electric Coop has lines at the front of the property. Bell-Milam-Falls WSC has a waterline at the road. An old hand dug well on property is unknown condition. Windmill does not convey. Verizon and satellite companies are the internet options that I'm aware of. Neighboring wells range from 245' to 366'. The aquifer is the Trinity. Property currently has a farm/grazing lease. Wildlife includes dove, turkey, whitetail and even ducks! Property taxes are low and there's established income history. This is a fantastic, all around property for farming, ranching, recreation or to build your private country home. Granger Lake is only a 10 minute drive away! Austin MLS# 8867553 ***Buyers must be accompanied by their agent or broker to view property.***
$1,250,000  •  95 acres
14803 HWY 22 Cranfills Gap, Texas 76637Here is a rare property in Cranfills Gap, Texas, approx. 2 hours from DFW. The land has it all-elevation, creek, seasonal creek, tank stocked with bass, catfish and perch, (2) caves to explore, pasture land for cattle, horses etc., and from the house there are panoramic views of neighboring hills, water and both sunrise and sunsets!!The custom home on the ranch was built in 2004 and is approx. 3053 sq. ft. with (4) bedrooms, (3.5) baths + large game room and office off the master suite. The living room and spacious kitchen are an open concept plan with breakfast area. There is a large dining room off the foyer. The master suite and (2) guest rooms are on one wing of the home and the guest suite is down the hall on a private wing. There is a large game room with pool table and plenty of space to entertain or perfect for a kid's playroom. The master suite is spacious with a large master bathroom, separate walk in closets, Jacuzzi tub, separate shower and toilet area, and two sinks in the vanity area. The living area, master suite and guest suite have access to the pool and patio area. Entertain on the patio or in the pool and watch the sunset as you overlook the vast elevation change and neighboring bodies of water. The carved road down from the house leads you to the majority of the land. Here you will explore the stock tank filled with fish with a seasonal creek that bisects the tank and provides watershed during heavy rain. Explore the South Prong of Meridian Creek that sits in the northeast corner of the property. This ranch has plenty of wildlife including- whitetail deer, turkey, dove and more! On the south side of the property there are two massive caves to explore see the pictures for their amazing beauty! More details- 4 bed/3.5 bath Living room with gas logs, gas stove Kitchen- Microwave, oven and then oven with range, large pantry + bonus pantry down the hall Master bath and bedroom have heated ceramic tile floors with separate thermostats to control the bathroom and the bedroom Large walk in Laundry room (3) Septic tanks, (2) hot water heaters (propane) Pool is 18'x36' free form pool that is 3'6" to 6' deep. 19,000 gallons, and is heated (2) Car garage Lenox 5 ton propane gas heating and air conditioning system with a 20 SEER efficiency rating was installed in 2017 on the west side of the house Lenox 3 ton propane gas HVAC system was updated in 2017 on the northeast side of the house. Mixed terrain and elevation with scattered oaks, juniper trees and a variety of hardwoods14 Acre fully fenced pasture south-side of ranch, right when you enter the property to the West. Ag. Exempt Taxes $6789.14 575 +/- ft. water well + 2nd Trinity United Cooperative Utilities* requires 24 hours booking notice, listing Broker must be present at all showingsProspects may be required to provide proof of funds or a letter of qualification prior to scheduling a showing. Exclusively Listed by Stefanie Cobb (972) 989-5220 and Tai Cobb-Klam (254) 253-0157. Cobb Properties strives to represent all properties accurately. All information contained herein has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. However, no warranty or guarantee is made as to the accuracy of the information. *Buyer(s) agent/broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed the possibility of fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of this firm.