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$3,250,000  •  1,000 acres
MT7/ Walker Ranches: The Pecan & Rockwall Pastures are a part of the highly regarded MT7/Walker Ranch in Stephens County. This prestigious ranch is managed by the same team of wildlife biologists and cattle managers who also oversee the MT7 Ranch which earned the prestigious Texas Wildlife Association Landowner of the Year Award in 2015. Superior wildlife and ranch management make this one of the most impressive ranches in the Cross Timbers & Rolling Plains Regions of Texas.Area History: The community of Pecan was believed to be located just west of the Rockwall Pasture on top of a ridge. There was a small school and church located there, but it dissappeared around 1915. More information can be found in Breckenridge at the Swenson Museum. This past community is the namesake for the Pecan Pasture. The Rockwall Pasture's name originated from the numerous handmade rockwalls found in this pasture.Location: Approximately 7.5 miles E/NE of Breckenridge fronting on County Road 179 in a high quality area. Dallas is approximately 2 hours east, Fort Worth is 1 1/2 hours east, Midland is 3 hours west, and Abilene is approximately 1 hour to the southwest.Directions: From Weatherford, go west on Highway 180 just past the community of Caddo in Eastern Stephens County. Then turn right on FM 717. Take FM 717 North for approximately 8.8 miles until County Road 179. Go left on CR 179 and follow CR 179 for 4.5 miles to the main entrance to this property. This entrance will be on the righthand side of the road just west of the Walker Lake dam.From downtown Breckenridge go 2.5 miles east on Highway 180 until Highway 67. Go NE towards Graham on Hwy 67 for 1.5 miles until County Road 179. Turn right on CR 179 and go 4.5 miles until the first entrance on your left going into the Pecan Pasture. Continue driving for 1.1 miles until you see the main entrance which is a solar electric gate near Walker Lake.Access: County Road 179 is an all-weather, maintained public road. There is also an excellent system of interior roads with several miles of these roads being all-weather. There is approximately 1.9 miles of county road frontage and 6 steel pipe entrances, one of which is a solar entrance providing easy access to the impressive 40+/- acre Walker Lake.Terrain: Pecan Creek meanders through the southern portion of the Pecan Pasture with rolling hills and deep soils in this riparian area. Immediately to the north lies dramatic hills, ridgelines, and rough country with some elevated flat ground up top. There is an impressive building location with views of the lake. The eastern portion of the property is rolling to level with small drainages meandering through. Overall, the terrain is diverse and scenic.Vegetation: Generally described as good oak country with cedar elms, mesquite, cedar, and a variety of other trees common to the area. There is an excellent diversity of forbs and browse such as elbowbush, skunkbush, bumelia, and lotebush all benefiting wildlife species. Pecan trees can be found along Pecan Creek where there are also good stands of cedar elm trees. Post oaks and live oaks are the predominant oak species and native grasses are in excellent condition.Water: Walker Lake is 40+/- acre private lake (additional details below). The Rockwall Tank is located north of Walker Lake in the Rockwall Pasture with 5 other stock tanks. The Pecan Tank in the NW Pecan Pasture is the only tank in this pasture with the exception of the 40+/- acre Walker Lake. Seasonal Pecan Creek also meanders through the southern portion of the ranch with other subtle drainages on the eastern side of the ranch.Utilities: Electric Provider is United Cooperative Services. There is an existing power line on the south side of County Road 179 near the two most southern entrances to this property. Rural water is not currently to the property, but Stephens County Special Utility District has a water line a short distance south of the property. The possibility of running rural water to the property is unknown at this time.Walker Lake & Fisheries: This 40+/- acre private lake was completed in October 2015 and it filled up soon after that. Currently in 2020, there are said to be a good number of 4-5# bass, big crappie, and no catfish. Native Black Bass with a percentage of Florida genetics are stocked in the lake and baitfish are plentiful. Lake Depth is believed to be approximately 20+ feet, but overall depth is good though out the lake. The lake is shocked twice annually and fertilized as recommended by fisheries biologist. Clearwater Consulting, currently handles fisheries management. Fishing and waterfowl hunting can be exceptional on this unique body of water.Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, dove, quail, ducks and other wildlife species are plentiful and provide great viewing/ hunting opportunities. There is a sustainable quail population which fluctuates depending on rainfall and overall conditions. Turkey are abundant and Spring turkey hunting can be exceptional.Whitetail Deer Population: Buck: doe ratio is 1.5 does per buck. Deer Density is 10 acres per deer. Property has been lightly hunted with one cull buck harvested. There are two bucks expected to be in the 160-170 B&C class in the 2020-2021 hunting season. This is all low-fenced and the whitetail herd is way above average for Stephens County. This information is based on an aerial estimate over the past several years with 2 surveys conducted annually. Population is age managed and in excellent condition.Improvements:Two (2) Atascosa hunting stands convey with the property.Three (3) Lamco 500# corn feeders convey the property.One (1) elevated platform turkey feeder is located in the food plot.Two (2) Texas Hunter fish feeders on Walker Lake are negotiable.Three (3) wood duck boxes are located on Walker Lake.Two (2) 1/4 acre fenced areas include two 2000# Outback Protein Feeders and Cottonseed baskets. The feeder fence or "pen" is built right and in excellent condition with gated entry.Six (6) Pipe entrances, one (1) of which is a solar electric entrance, are located on CR 179.Fencing: All fencing around the perimeter is in good to excellent condition and will hold cattle. A well-constructed steel water gap is located on Pecan Creek where it exits the ranch on County Road 179.Quail Management Area (QMA): There was a monoculture of mesquite that wrapped around the hill that the Rockwall Vista sits on. This area was grubbed in mottes for all wildlife but mainly quail habitat. It also creates a scenic and visually appealing area. See maps for specific QMA area.Land Management: Approximately 60+/- acres in the Pecan Pasture was sprayed for Prickly Pear cactus in 2018. Rotational grazing is practiced and property is light to moderately grazed. The MT7/ Walker Ranch has a full-time staff currently managing these pastures as part of their overall operation. Attention to detail and excellent land stewardship are very apparent everywhere you look.Wildlife Food Plot: There is a 2.77 acre wildlife food plot located on the north side of Pecan Creek. A corn feeder and elevated turkey feeder are located in the food plot creating more feeding opportunities for wildlife. This area is not fenced and there is a hunting stand to view the area. This food plot is typically planted in winter wheat to provide a supplemental food source.Feed Program: Protein is fed year-round. Corn is fed from August to May. Cottonseed from late December until spring green up and then mid to late May to August. Amount fed or consumed is different based on each feeder and the climate cycle for the year. There is always feed out when the wildlife needs it.Neighbors: MT7/ Walker Ranch neighbors these pastures on the north and SE. There are two other neighbors to the west and one to the east. The habitat and neighborhood enhances the overall quality of the hunting and general feel of the area.Surface Leases: There are no grazing or hunting leases. Owner would be interested in leasing the grazing rights if the new owner is not interested in running cattle.Easements: There is a one Oil/ Gas Pipeline crossing North of Pecan Creek for the most part and then going the North into a location in the Rockwall Pasture. There are no roadway easements or other easements impacting the property.Minerals: No minerals. There is some oil and gas production in these pastures, which is common for the area. The production is not believed to have a big impact on the quality of the ranch.School District: Breckenridge ISD.Property Taxes: The property is agriculturally exempt and taxes are estimated to be $1017.31 annuallyBroker & 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 Listing Broker.Property Overview: Quality ranch pastures with plenty to offer. This an unusual one-time offering and special opportunity for someone to own a piece of the MT7/ Walker Ranch.Price: $3250 per acre ($3,250,000)Contacts:Blake Hortenstine (Broker/ Partner)214-616-1305 mobileCash McWhorter (Broker/ Partner)469-222-4076 mobileJack Fauntleroy (Agent)940-550-4432 mobile
$2,398,500  •  738 acres
MT7/ Walker Ranches: The Walker & Daniel Pastures are a part of the highly regarded MT7/Walker Ranch in Stephens County. This prestigious ranch is managed by the same team of wildlife biologists and cattle managers who also oversee the MT7 Ranch which earned the prestigious Texas Wildlife Association Landowner of the Year Award in 2015. Superior wildlife and ranch management make this one of the most impressive ranches in the Cross Timbers & Rolling Plains Regions of Texas.History: The Daniel Pasture is named after Milton Enoch Daniel. Mr. Daniel was a previous owner of this property and owned 3 of the largest ranches in Stephens County. He was a multi-millionaire bachelor born in 1890 and lived until 1958 when he was 67 years old. His impressive resume includes: President of the First National Bank of Breckenridge, Graduate of TCU where he was a 4 year letterman in baseball & football, Captain of the 1911 Horned Frogs, then a 2 year letterman at University of Texas where he was also a charter member of Delta Kappa Epsilion fraternity, Professor of law at TCU for two years while he coached the TCU football team, National Guard captain in 1917, Director of Fort Worth's First National Bank in 1944, cattle rancher, an abstract business, Owner of the Ford agency in Breckenridge, Directorship of Denison & Pacific Railway Co., First president of West Central Texas Municipal Water District, Vice President and Director of the Brazos River Authority for 20 years, he was responsible for building Lake Daniel which presently serves as the water source for Breckenridge, and he was active in the construction of the First Christian Church of Breckenridge.The Walker Pasture was named after Breckenridge Stephen "Breck" Walker. He was was born in 1877 and died in 1929 at the age of 52. He built Breckenridge's first water system, established Breckenridge's first daily newspaper, was the 1st President and Chief Stockholder of First National Bank of Breckenridge, owned a 23,000 acre ranch on the Clear Fork of the Brazos 12 miles NE of Albany where the frontier town known as the "Flats" was once located, he was an oilman, in the lumber business, and a rancher. These are two impressive individuals that made a positive impact in the history of Stephens County.Location: Approximately 7.5 miles E/NE of Breckenridge fronting on County Road 179 in a quality area. Dallas is approximately 2 hours east, Fort Worth is 1 1/2 hours east, Midland is 3 hours west, and Abilene is 1 hour to the southwest.Directions: From Weatherford, go west on Highway 180 just past the community of Caddo in Eastern Stephens County. Then turn right on FM 717. Take FM 717 North for approximately 8.8 miles until County Road 179. Go left on CR 179 and follow CR 179 for 2 miles to the main entrance to this property. This entrance will be on the righthand side of the road just past and across from the "Walker Entrance" on the left.From downtown Breckenridge go 2.5 miles east on Highway 180 until Highway 67. Go NE towards Graham on Hwy 67 for 1.5 miles until County Road 179. Turn right on CR 179 and go 7.5 miles to the main entrance located on the left side of the road a short distance before the "Walker Entrance".Access: County Road 179 is an all-weather, maintained public road. There is also an excellent system of interior roads with several miles of these roads being all-weather. There is approximately 1.7 miles of county road frontage with eight (8) pipe entrance gates, one of which is a solar electric entrance with a nice drive-up appeal.Terrain: There is a rugged ridgeline meandering across the NW portion of the property with some flat, live oak covered uplands above the ridge. Separate from the ridge is a unique and isolated lone hill that sits next to a nice stock tank referred to as "Piloncillo" named after a similar hill on a large ranch in south TX. The terrain is rolling with several drainages and deeper soils on the eastern side of the ranch. Overall, the terrain is diverse and visually appealing.Vegetation: Tree cover consists of live oaks, post oaks, cedar elm, mesquite, cedar, and a mix of other trees commonly found in this area. Forbs and browse such as elbowbush, skunkbush, bumelia, and lotebush are plentiful and good for wildlife. Native grasses are in excellent condition and wildlife habitat is above average for the area.Water: There are 3 stock tanks in the Daniel Pasture and 3 stock tanks in the Walker Pasture. Piloncillo Lake is next to the lone, rocky hill and HQ Walker Lake is located in the Walker Pasture, both provide good fishing and a reliable source of water.Water Utilities: Rural water is not available at this time and there is no ground water in the area. MT7/ Walker Ranch hauls fresh water to a very nice HQ area for the Walker Ranch right across the road. This system works very well. In addition to this, a rainwater collection system could be set up to capture water off the roof tops of a house and/ or barn.Electricity: United Cooperative Services provides electricity to the area. There is currently an electric line near the 3 stock tanks not far from the main entrance to the property.Fisheries: Piloncillo Lake has been managed since 2015 and is a quality fishery. Bass are occasionally added to it and also to the Walker HQ Lake. There are fish feeders on both bodies of water to supplement these fisheries. Other tanks may have fish, but it is unknown at this time.Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, dove, quail, ducks, and other wildlife species are plentiful and provide great viewing and hunting opportunities. There is a sustainable quail population, but it fluctuates depending on rainfall and overall conditions. Ducks will utilize the 6 stock tanks in the fall and winter months and dove hunting can be excellent in the area. Rio Grande Turkey populations are plentiful and Spring hunting can be exceptional.Whitetail Deer Population: Buck: doe ratio is 1.5 does per buck. Deer Density is 15 acres per deer. Quality deer are in these pastures and it has been hunted very little with no bucks harvested. Deer quality is in the 140 B&C class and better. This is based on an aerial estimate over the past several years with 2 surveys conducted annually. Population is age managed and in excellent condition.Improvements:One (1) Atascosa 5X7' blind on a 4' stand to be included with the sale.Two (2) Lamco 500# corn feeders are on the property and included with the sale.Two (2) fish feeder are on the property and are negotiable items.Two (2) 1/4 acre fenced areas include two (2) 2000# Outback Protein Feeders and two (2) Cottonseed baskets. Fenced areas are built right and in excellent condition with gated entries.One (1) elevated platform turkey feeder in the Walker Pasture to be included.Seven (7) steel pipe entrances along maintained County Road 179.One (1) solar electric, steel pipe entry gate.One (1) cattleguard located between the two pastures.Fencing: The fencing along the county road is excellent. The cross fence between the Walker & Daniel Pastures is also in excellent condition. The North fence is in good condition. The West fence is in fair to decent condition. A portion of the South fence is in poor condition where it is not along the county road, brush has grown up in the fence and it holds cattle.Land Management: Approximately 30-35+/- acres in the Daniel Pasture was sprayed for Prickly Pear cactus in 2015. Some clearing has been completed on top of the mesa in the NW part of the Daniel Pasture. MT7/ Walker ranch has a full-time staff currently managing these pastures as part of their overall operation. Attention to detail and excellent land stewardship are very apparent throughout these pastures.Wildlife Food Plot: There is a new 2-3+/- acre wildlife food plot located on the west side of the Walker Pasture with a corn feeder. A deer stand located on the food plot provides excellent hunting opportunities. This food plot is typically planted in winter wheat and attracts a lot of game.Feed Program: Protein is fed year-round. Corn is fed from August to May. Cottonseed from late December to spring green up and then mid to late May to August. Amount fed is based on the feeder and climate cycle for the year. There is always feed out when the wildlife need it.Surface Leases: There is no grazing or hunting leases. Current owner would be interested in leasing the grazing rights if purchaser is not interested in running any cattle.Easements: There are several pipelines crossing the property, but this is common in the area and not believed to have a detrimental impact on the quality of the property.Minerals: No minerals. There is some oil and gas production in the Daniel Pasture, but none in the Walker Pasture.School District: Breckenridge ISD.Property Taxes: The property is agriculturally exempt and taxes are estimated to be $750.77 annually.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 Listing Broker.Property Overview: Quality ranch pastures with plenty to offer. This an unusual one-time offering and special opportunity for someone to own a piece of the MT7/ Walker Ranch.Price: $3250 per acre ($2,398,500)Contacts:Blake Hortenstine (Broker/ Partner)214-616-1305 mobileCash McWhorter (Broker/ Partner)469-222-4076 mobileJack Fauntleroy (Agent)940-550-4432 mobile
$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.
$5,250,000  •  268 acres
268 Acre Ranch & Estate Home 525 & 801 Cougar Road, Lipan, Parker County, Texas LOCATION: Approximately 40 minutes west southwest of Fort Worth, 25 minutes southwest of Weatherford, and 5 minutes south of Brock. On Interstate 20 Exit 396 go south on FM 1189 for 8+ miles, then west / right onto Cougar Road for 6/10ths mile and the property is on the south / left side. TERRAIN: Level creek bottom cultivation fields with some huge pecan trees. Sloping to gently rolling coastal bermuda and native grass pastures with scattered to thick post oak, pecan, and elm tree cover. IMPROVEMENTS: An impressive 7,445 sq. ft. (living area) 2 story Mediterranean style home with stone, stucco, and Claymex barrel tile. A massive open concept room with a formal living area, formal dining area, and kitchen with a 20’+ ceiling. Five bedrooms each with a private bath & wall-mounted TV (1st floor – master & 2 bedrooms plus 2 bedrooms & baths on the 2nd floor). Two half baths. Stereo sound system everywhere. Imported antique leaded/stained glass doors, imported custom carved wood trim, private courtyard with fountain, rear porch remote controlled screens and fireplace. Two garage & detached oversized, climate controlled garage/workshop with sink. Six zoned HVAC. Propane for – central heat, dryer, commercial size water heaters, kitchen range, 3 fireplaces (gas logs with remote controls), & grill for outdoor kitchen. Security system with video surveillance recorded constantly with preview on computer or iPhone. Exterior copper lighting throughout. Irrigation to lawn and flowerbeds. Custom swimming pool with negative edge, waterfalls, heater, spa, diving board, slide, grotto & shallow area for children. Lighted stone entrance with custom remote gate and concrete driveway. A Seller’s home detail sheet has extensive information to interested parties. Round pen with steel cattle working and holding pens, with 18-wheeler loading chute. WATER: Large “Kickapoo Creek”, two stock ponds, and coop water. ISD: Brock MINERALS: One half is owned and will be conveyed at closing and funding. TAXES: $18,492.17 with agricultural exemption on the land. COMMENTS: An absolutely beautiful place - the land is awesome and the home is stunning! PRICE: Reduced to $5,250,000.00 from $5,495,000.00. ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE. SELLER CAN RECEIVE AND ACCEPT BACKUP CONTRACTS.
$3,500,000  •  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.
$413,775  •  61.3 acres
61.3 Acres of Raw Land Murray Road & FM 51 Frontage, Weatherford, Parker County, Texas LOCATION:Approximately 10 miles north of the Weatherford Courthouse on the west or left side of FM 51. Approximately 7.1 miles south of Springtown on the west or right side of FM 51. Excellent frontage on FM 51. TERRAIN:Mostly sandy loam low lands with coastal bermuda and native grasses in the flood plain with some scattered live oak and pecan trees. WATER:The Trinity River runs through the south end of the property. Under ground water is normally available in the area. MINERALS:No minerals conveyed, however, Seller will restrict the surface to NO oil and gas operations. TAXES:$99.74 for 2018 with agricultural exemption. COMMENTS:An excellent location from Weatherford, plus good ground for hay production. Excellent FM 51 frontage. RESTRICTIONS:No mobile or manufactured or move-in homes, no wrecking or salvage yards, no commercial swine, poultry, canine, dairy, or goat operations. No motorcycle park or trails, no commercial gun range, and no dumping or dump grounds. PRICE:Reduced to $6,7500.00 per acre, no division. 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.
$427,500  •  14 acres
A 14 Acre Horse Property South Adjoining 1563 Wilson Bend Rd Millsap, Parker County, Texas 76088 LOCATION:Approximately 18 minutes west of Weatherford and minutes west of Millsap at the above address. TERRAIN:Gently sloping topography with coastal bermuda and common bermuda grasses in sandy loam soils in seven different paddocks or traps. Some trees. IMPROVEMENTS:An all steel foam insulated horse barn of 72x36 with 10 stalls of 118x12, rubber mats in the stalls, a 124 wide concrete floor alleyway with drains, and 4 large doors. An adjoining 228x305 metal building with a concrete floor containing the tack room, wash area, and supplies. A 40x90 all steel commodity shed with a concrete floor (An apartment / living quarters could be constructed within. Seven traps of pipe fence with loafing sheds. A large outdoor round pen. SCHOOLS:Millsap I.S.D. (K-12) WATER:North Rural Water Coop Tap. One nice stock pond. TAXES:Must be estimated. COMMENTS:This is an excellent horse property for someone either starting out or desiring a horse property away from home. Nothing else is offered for sale. PRICE:$427,500.00. 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.
$678,000  •  4.88 acres
4.88 acres in the exclusive Silverado on the Brazos, this stunning 2 story home showcases 4 Bedroom 3 Baths, 3230 SQFT, formal dining, large living room with gas fireplace, spacious master suite, upstairs bonus game room with outside balcony. Beautifully shaded back patio area that overlooks a pool equipped with a tanning ledge and waterfall. The 35x50 barn is equipped with 3 horse stalls and 14x50 overhangs on each side for storage, trailers, or equipment. The barn also has an unfinished room inside with full bath and electrical. The property is completely fenced and cross fenced for cattle or horses and has a small pond. Has an AG exemption and community access to the Brazos River! New Paint on the interior. THIS LISTING IS ALSO OFFERED with 9.778 ACRES for $738,000.