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$2,295,000  •  612 acres
PROPERTY OVERVIEW: The 4Robertson Ranch is located in the southeastern corner of Coke County approximately 3 miles south of Tennyson, Texas, and 24 miles north of San Angelo, Texas. This high fenced recreational ranch features a desirable combination of changing topography, big views, numerous surfa
$945,000  •  302 acres
Acres: 302 +/- Acres Price: $3,130 per acre Terms: Cash Location: Red River County, S.E. of Bogata, TX, 30 miles northeast of Mt. Vernon. Comments: This beautiful ranch is very secluded at the end of a county road. It has a 40 acre private lake and 3 ponds. Improvements , aside from the small cabin, have been built in the last 2-3 years. Whitetail deer, wild hogs abound. Also, fishing and duck hunting are excellent. Improvements: 4-bedroom metal home. Metal shop building with concrete floor for equipment storage. Nice small cabin by the lake. Boat dock. Equipment included in the sale: Tractor – John Deer 5420, 65 H.P. with mower. Hay King – Disk. Seeder – 1 box blade. Kawasaki Mule – 2012 model. Barge with Mercury 5.0 H.P. motor. Flat bottom boat. Water: 40 Acre lake, 3 ponds. There are good water wells near this property Terrain: Gently rolling hills with scattered trees. Fences: New fences made of barbed wire, metal posts and bois d'arc posts. Game: Whitetail deer, wild hogs, ducks, wild turkey and great fishing. When buying property, offered by Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales, the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation, if any, will be at sole discretion of Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales.
$525,000  •  166.27 acres
Your own wildlife and nature sanctuary with end of the road privacy. Majestic hardwoods and open areas provide excellent habitat for deer, eastern turkey, hogs and over 250 species of birds. There are 3 ponds, 2 stocked with bass and crappie, 3 deer blinds, sandy soil, native blackberry and plum trees. Improvements include an immaculate 2003 Palm Harbor home with 1966 SqFt, covered porches, wood-burning stove, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, office and utility rooms. Also, a 50X30 equipment barn, 4030 workshop/garage, 30X25 storage barn and a 2-car carport. Several purple martin and bluebird houses. Also, there are 4 stands of marketable loblolly pine timber totaling 24 acres ready in a few years. Potential lake site, as well. Enjoy the peace and quiet and all this property has to offer. DIRECTIONS: FROM DALLAS I-30 EAST TO MT. VERNON. NORTH ON HWY 37 TO BOGATA. EAST ON FM 909 ABOUT 4 MILES, THEN, RIGHT ON COUNTY ROAD 1425 FOR TWO MILES. PROPERTY ON THE RIGHT.
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$200,000  •  160 acres
General Description: This 160 +/- acre ranch is located between Crowell and Vernon, Texas near the town of Thalia. Mature fifty to sixty ft tall Cottonwood trees cover this beautiful Foard County ranch. Excellent native grasses have been established in three (3) CRP areas giving this ranch lush open fields intertwined with nice pockets of thick cover. There is an excellent internal road system throughout the property allowing access to all four corners.Directions: From Vernon, Texas travel south on Hwy 70. Travel approximately 15.5 miles passing through Lockett, Texas to CR 293. Turn right (North) on CR 293 and travel .8 miles to CR 290. The southwest corner of the ranch is at this intersection of CR 293 and CR 290. Turn left on CR 290 and travel approximately .5 miles. The entrance gate will be on the right. The ranch is approximately 2 hours and 45 mins to 3 hours from the Dallas/Ft. Worth metropolitan area.Terrain: Mostly flat with a nice sandy loam soil base throughout. The ranches perimeter has a four (4) foot high sandy berm covered partially in vegetation. This berm gives the ranch a nice "privacy fence" or feeling of seclusion when inside the property. In the southwest corner of the property is an old homesite from the early 1900s. The home belonged to a local school teacher that taught children in the local one room country school house. Most of the old house is gone but the homes fireplace is still standing strong.Habitat: Extremely large cottonwood trees dominate the majority of wooded areas inside this ranch. However, there is a nice smaller mix of pecan and hackberry trees with a small amount of mesquite and cedar sprinkled around. There are large thickets of wild plum bushes and sand sagebrush also scattered around the ranch for excellent wildlife browse. The wild plum bushes produce thick bunches of plums in the late summer and fall. Native grasses include plains bluestem, little blue stem, Indian grass, sand lovegrass, and a variety of other grasses common to the area.Wildlife/ Hunting: Quail are prevalent is this area along with Whitetail deer, Turkey, dove, feral hogs, and varmints such as coyotes and bobcats. The quail hunting should be excellent with a quality wildlife habitat and a good supply of food.CRP: There are 100.3 acres currently in CRP 10016 plan. The program is located in three (3) separate areas around the ranch. The program must be continued by any future owner. The program is scheduled to end in 2021 and brings in a payment of $3,309 annually.Leases: There are no hunting or cattle leases currently in place.Fencing: The fencing is in good condition on the north side of the ranch. There is currently no existing fence line on the south and east side with only partial fencing on the western side. However, there is a large sand berm on the eastern, southern and western side of the ranch which serves as a natural fence line.Underground Water: Underground water is very prevalent in the area. Many of the near-by houses are on water wells for home use and irrigation pivots can been seen on multiple surrounding ranches.Electricity: Southwest Rural Electric provides electricity to the area and is located along the west side of the ranch on CR 293 and on the south side along CR 290.Minerals: No minerals are owned.Legal Description: 160+/- acres in Abstract 306 Block 8 Section 33 H&TC RR.Taxes: This property is agriculturally exempt. 2018 property taxes were $748.56.Price: $1250 per acre ($200,000)Contact:Jack Fauntleroy- Agent940-550-4432 mobile
Contact for Price  •  154 acres
Fantastic weekender. 154 acres with good balance of heavy woods & pasture. Gorgeous 17-20 acre fishing lake and good duck hunting. Deer and hog hunting as well. 4-wheelin? trails. Located at end of dead-end road for additional privacy, but only 10 minutes to town. DIRECTIONS: I30E TO MT. VERNON. NORTH ON HWY 37 TO BOGATA. FROM HWY 37 AND HWY 271, CONTINUE NORTH ON HWY 37 2-3 MILES. TURN RIGHT ON CR 1300. GO STRAIGHT; AT END OF ROAD ON RIGHT (5 STAR RANCH)
Contact for Price  •  80 acres
Want to get away? If you are looking for privacy and seclusion this could be it... An 80 acre historic hardwood forest with a live creek and towering oak trees teeming with wildlife. Enjoy deer, birds and exploring the varied terrain. Look for arrowheads along the creek. Construct a hidden cabin and enjoy the sites and sounds. Several potential pond sites and waterfowl habitat possibilities. Approximately one hour and 45 minutes east of Dallas and 8 minutes north of Mount Vernon. $1995/Acre DIRECTIONS: PROPERTY IS LOCATED APPROXIMATELY 4.8 MILES NORTH OF MT. VERNON.
Contact for Price  •  50 acres
50 rolling and treed acres 3 minutes from historic Mount Vernon in East Texas. Beautiful setting, private and secluded. Country home with covered and screened porches overlooking your own heavily stocked 4-acre lake; plus 5 ponds. The home, 3/3, 3500'+/-, also has a huge basement. Study can be easily converted to a 4th bedroom. Excellent pastures combined with large hardwoods. Lots of wildlife. 120X50 barn for private parties and weddings with a commercial kitchen, bandstand and separate sports bar. Caretaker's house. Enjoy and develop! 121 additional acres available DIRECTIONS: I-30 to Mt. Vernon. North on Hwy. 37 for 2 miles to Hwy 67. Left on 2040. Left on CR 2010. Right on CR 2100.
$795,000  •  20 acres
Located by Big Lake in Mount Vernon, WA.