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$1,850,000  •  339.92 acres
Under Contract
~ Motivated Seller ~ Hubbard Lakeview Ranch is an exceptional property spanning over 339 acres in western Stephens County, Texas, offering great topography, hilltop views, and usable pasture land. This unique property is a haven for the passionate hunter and angler while providing close proximity to nearby town amenities. The property boasts four ponds for fishing, livestock, and wildlife while also providing a great stopping point for waterfowl. A deep draw runs through the heart of the land, serving as a natural game highway and offering the potential for a new and improved pond. Top-of-the-line deer blinds can be accessed through the planned road network that seamlessly traverses the rolling terrain of the ranch. This beautiful tract of land not only boasts every outdoor enthusiast's ideal amenities, but it is also conveniently located near the Peeler Point Boat Ramp, a well-known destination for crappie fishing and duck hunting in the creek. Additionally, the Paul Prater Landing Boat Ramp is literally seconds away, providing easy access to the lake for various activities, including fishing, skiing, or simply enjoying the serene surroundings. As you enter the property through the custom front entrance gate, you will be welcomed by a stunning home with beautiful views of Hubbard Creek Lake. This spacious manufactured home features five bedrooms, two full baths, an open kitchen, and ample room for family and friends to gather. Tastefully decorated, the house is move-in ready and well-maintained, offering comfort and convenience. Multiple bays and a detached garage provide the necessary space to park vehicles, buggies, and boats, safeguarding them from the harsh elements of nature. The property's beauty, tranquility, and modern amenities make it an exceptional place to call home. -- HOME -- Home ~ 2,356 sqft manufactured home built in 2018 Rooms ~ 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths Detached Garage ~ 20' X 30' with walk-through door and roll-up door; painted floor Heating, Venting, & Cooling ~ 2018 Revolv Parking ~ 8 bays to park vehicles, boats, etc. Water ~ Fort Griffin Special Utility District water meter Electricity ~ Comanche Co-Op -- IMPROVEMENTS -- Roads ~ Excellent road system Near By Boat Ramps ~ 1 mile east of Paul Prater Landing Boat Ramp; 2 miles west of Peeler Point Boat Ramp Fences ~ 1 pasture; cross-fenced with 5-strand barbed wire; house & 35 ac fenced to keep cattle out Gate ~ Custom gate at the entrance Pens ~ An old set of cattle pens that will work for a small operation -- WATER, COVER & TERRAIN -- Surface Water ~ 4 ponds; size, 1.2 ac; .9 ac; .45 ac; .28 ac; and .09 ac (When Full) Water Wells ~ No water wells in this area Tree Cover ~ 100% heavily wooded, post oak, live oak, elm, mesquite, few cedar trees Underbrush ~ Moderat to heavy; Lotebush, Bumelia, Skunkbush, Ephedra, Cat Claw, Yucca, and Minimum Prickly Pear Native Grasses ~ Little Bluestem, Blue Grama, Sideoats Grama, Indiangrass Grazing ~ Not currently grazed, capacity 1 animal to 28 acres Food Plots ~ 2 food plots -- HUNTING & RECREATION -- Wildlife ~ Whitetail Deer, duck, Rio-Grande Turkey, dove, quail, hogs, varmint Hunting Pressure ~Little to no hunting pressure; hunted by management-minded owner Blinds & Feeders ~ 3 deer blinds & 4 deer feeders Fishing ~ Largemouth Bass, perch, and catfish in the large pond Land ~ Wooded draws, diverse terrain with low & high points Native Grasses ~ Thick stands, excellent bedding, ideal seeds for wildlife Pictures & Videos ~ Game footage & fishing pics coming soon -- MINERALS & WIND -- Mineral Rights ~ No owned minerals O&G Production ~ No production or lease Wind Rights ~ 100% wind rights convey Wind Production ~ No active wind farms in this area -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- Road Frontage ~ FM 180 (paved) Piped Entrance ~ Custom electric gate Nearby Towns ~ 7 miles W of Breckenridge, 15 miles E of Albany Major Cities ~ 98 miles W of Fort Worth, 45 miles E of Abilene Airports ~ 9 mi SE of Breckenridge County Airport, 14 mi W of Albany Municipal Airport AGENT COMMENTS: Hubbard Lakeview Ranch is the ultimate hunting property, meticulously designed to offer an unparalleled experience. Its prime location allows you to immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature or indulge in the luxurious lake life. With its unmatched features and exceptional amenities, this property is the ultimate year-round destination for thrill-seekers and relaxation enthusiasts alike! Due to tax purposes, the seller cannot close on this ranch until January 8, 2024. We apologize for any inconvenience. Listing Agent: Travis Patterson 254-246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make "first contact" with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, price changes, terms changes, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers, and accept backup offers.
$2,400,000  •  311.59 acres
Titopa Farm is an exceptional cattleman ranch that comes turnkey with cattle and all the necessary equipment. It has excellent grass and top-of-the-line working pens, making cattle management a breeze. Down a manicured gravel road and up the hill is a 4-bed, 2-bath brick manufactured home that is being updated for comfortable living quarters. Just west of the house is the heart of the property, offering all pipe horse stalls, working pens, tack room, office, and covered parking for equipment, all to create a quality, profitable environment. Cleared of invasive brush species while retaining all hardwoods, the owner spared no expense for proper shade and privacy. Along the western side of the ranch is a mixture of native grass, but the owner and NRSC introduced a Turner Seed mix of Big and Little Bluestem, Lovegrass, Indiangrass, and Sideoats Grama to the east side of the property. If supervised properly, this ranch can sustain plenty of cattle without feeding during winter. Fencing is strategically designed to rotate cattle from one pasture to the next and flows effortlessly to the working pens. These pens are particularly useful for occasions when additional assistance may not be available. Titopa Farm has two water meters, one at each end of the property, three nice ponds, and a small portion of Big Branch Creek on the southwest corner of the ranch. Titopa Farms' amenities culminate in the ideal property for productive cattle management and recreation. -- HOME -- Home ~ 1,818 sqft manufactured home built in 1984 Rooms ~ 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths Heating & Cooling ~ Central heat & air with a wood-burning stove Parking ~ Circle drive with a big yard Water ~ Stephens County SUD water meter Electricity ~ Comanche Co-Op -- IMPROVEMENTS -- Roads ~ Excellent road system Horse Barn ~ 40' X 60' Barn with 4 stalls (15' X 24'), tack room and feed room (12' X 15') Barn ~ 27' X 60' Barn with stalls and workshop on a concrete floor Equipment Barn ~ 30' X 60' with 30' bays East Side Barn ~ Newly built 40' X 60' with tack/feed room; heavy-duty pipe pens; utilities Other Facilities ~ 10' X 10' medicine room; office; and 2 grain silos Fences ~ 5 pasture; cross-fenced with 5-strand barbed wire; house, barn & roughly 6 ac fenced to keep cattle out Gate ~ Pipe gate at the entrance Pens ~ All pens and fencing to the barns are pipe, covered squeeze shoot, covered scales Co-Op Water ~ Supplies water to the barns. -- WATER, COVER & TERRAIN -- Surface Water ~ 3 ponds; sized .90 ac, .70 ac, and .50 ac (when full) Water Wells ~ No known water wells in this area Water Meter ~ 2 Stephens County SUD Water meters; one supplies the house and barns, and the other supplies the east side barn Tree Cover ~ Live oak Underbrush ~ Most underbrush and invasive brush has been removed Grasses ~ Turner Seed mix of Little Bluestem, Lovegrass, Switchgrass, Indiangrass, Sideoats Grama, and Big Bluestem. Grazing ~ Owner currently grazing, capacity 1 animal to 30 acres -- HUNTING & RECREATION -- Wildlife ~ Whitetail Deer, duck, dove, quail, hogs, turkey varmint Hunting Pressure ~ No hunting pressure; the current owner does not hunt Blinds & Feeders ~ No blinds or feeder Fishing ~ Largemouth Bass Land ~ The East side of the farm has 40 feet of elevation; the west side is flat. Native Grasses ~ Thick stands, excellent bedding, ideal seeds for wildlife -- MINERALS & WIND -- Mineral Rights ~ No owned minerals O&G Production ~ No production or lease Wind Rights ~ 100% wind rights convey Wind Production ~ No active wind farms in this area -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- Road Frontage ~ 4,600 Feet of CR 179 Piped Entrance ~ Custom pipe entrance Nearby Towns ~ 5 miles NE of Breckenridge, 27 miles SW of Graham Major Cities ~ 87 miles W of Fort Worth, 57 miles NE of Abilene Airports ~ 6 mi SW of Stephens County Airport, 105 mi W of DFW AGENT COMMENTS: Titopa Farm is a fully-equipped cattle ranch that is being offered for sale as a turnkey investment opportunity. The ranch boasts an extensive range of equipment and facilities, making it an ideal addition to an existing beef business or a perfect grass-fed ranch start-up. If relocating to a rural area is not a viable option in the immediate future, the ranch house in question presents an optimal solution for a local ranch hand to take up residence and keep a watchful eye over the premises. The property offers abundant space suitable for housing multiple horses, while also allowing ample room for their dogs to exercise and play freely. By selecting this residential arrangement, the ranch hand would be able to benefit from the generous living quarters, while also ensuring that the property is well-maintained and properly attended to. With an attractive offer, the following equipment will be conveyed with the sale of the property: Kawasaki XC Metro Mule, Kawasaki 2510 Mule, Polaris Ranger 6X6, 75 HP New Holland Tractor with loader and all the attachments, 16’ flatbed trailer, 16’ gooseneck stock trailer, 4115 John Deere Mower, and 1995 Chevy 3/4 ton truck. Listing Agent: Travis Patterson 254-246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make "first contact" with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, price changes, terms changes, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers, and accept backup offers.
$1,165,300  •  271 acres
Under Contract
General Description: The Lasater property is a raw tract of land located in the west-central portion of Stephens County on FM 3418 and CR 185 in an active and desirable area. Unimproved and 100% native, the land is gently rolling with mesquite trees, post oaks, a few live oaks, hackberry trees, and other native vegetation typical to the area. There are four stock tanks providing water to wildlife and cattle. Location: Located approximately 5.5 miles SW of Breckenridge, road frontage includes 1/2 mile of paved frontage along quiet FM 3418 and a 1/2 mile of all-weather County Road 185 frontage on the west. The property is 2 hours 15 minutes west of Dallas, 1 hour 45 minutes west of Fort Worth, 3 hours east of Midland, 1 hour NE of Abilene, and 25 miles to Eastland. Directions: From the west side of Breckenridge on Highway 180, turn left or south on FM 3099. Travel 2 miles south to the end of FM 3099. Turn right or west on 2231 and travel .4 miles to FM 3418. Turn left or south on FM 3418 and travel approximately 3 miles to the entrance gate on the road's right or west side. There is a "For Sale" sign near the entrance at the SE corner of the property. History: Mona Lasater was born on October 2, 1925, in Harpersville, Texas, to William T. (Tom) and Augusta (Gussie) Mae Mueller Moore. When she was two, the family moved to a farm near Eolian, where she grew up living the life she loved alongside animals and nature. Mona Lasater graduated as Salutatorian from Breckenridge High School in 1942, then returned the following year for a postgraduate course, after which she spent a year at her first job as a statement clerk at First National Bank. She then attended TCU and studied voice and music education. In 1974, Mona married Jodie Ray Lasater, and in 1975, they moved back to Breckenridge to re-involve herself in farming and ranching. Mona became co-founder, officer, and director of the Stephens County Humane Society until she reached the age when she was no longer capable. Mona loved farming, the work that went with it, books, music, animals in general, and dogs in particular. She once had as many as seven dogs on the ranch and always wanted more. She tried extremely hard to better the lives of every creature that crossed her path. Mona Lasater passed away on August 5, 2023. Terrain: Rolling to level terrain with an elevation change of roughly 50 feet. The north-central portion of the property has the highest elevations and gently rolls to the lowest elevation in the southwest corner. Lovely distant views and a couple of drainages meander through the ranch's center, providing water to the four (4) stock tanks on the property. There are rocky terrain areas and areas with more productive, deeper soils. Vegetation: Located in the Cross Timbers Region of Texas, tree cover consists of mature post oaks, cedar elm, hackberry, mesquite, and various other trees commonly found in this area. Forbs, browse, and cactus species include elbowbush, skunkbush, prickly pear, tasajillo, catclaw, lotebush, and greenbrier, to name a few. Native grasses include side oats grama, bluestem, switchgrass, Texas wintergrass, dropseed, buffalo grass, Indiangrass, curly mesquite, and a variety of other grasses. Wildlife habitat and pastureland are typical of Stephens County. Water: Four (4) earthen stock tanks provide water to livestock and wildlife. Rainfall averages around 29 inches annually. A rural water line runs along the road frontage on FM 3418. There is no groundwater in this area. Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, quail, dove, ducks, and native wildlife species are plentiful and provide excellent hunting and viewing opportunities. Migratory ducks utilize the stock tanks in the fall and winter months. The ranch has not been leased for hunting, resulting in healthy populations. Grazing: Carrying capacity for cattle is approximately one animal unit per 25-30 acres. This ranch is 100% native, with three old cultivated fields that need reclamation. These fields were planted in the past and could be used again for winter wheat production, wildlife food plots, sunflower fields, etc. Soils: Many soil types are found, but much of the property is Thurber clay loam. These soils are excellent for cultivating crops, pastureland, rangeland, woodlands, and wildlife habitat. Fencing: Perimeter fences are in poor to average condition. There are several internal cross fences that most would not deem functional. Internal Roads & Access: Access includes road frontage on FM 3418 with one entry gate in the southeast corner. A back gate on CR 185 is also in place. The interior road system is limited and needs to be improved. Electricity: Comanche Electric Cooperative provides electricity to the property. Rural Water: Stephens Special Utility District is believed to have a 4-inch water line along FM 3418. An application with the Stephens County SUD needs to be submitted to confirm that a water meter still needs to be put in place. Oil & Gas Production: There is no active production on the property. School District: Breckenridge ISD. Airports: Stephens County Airport is located 5.7 miles from the property. It is a quality airport with a 5,000-foot runway to accommodate larger aircraft. Fuel is available as well. Hospitals: Stephens Memorial Hospital is located in Breckenridge. Legal Description: 271.6 acres out of 286 acres located in Blk 8, Tract W END, Abst 2584, Survey T&P, SEC 38 and located in Blk 8, Tract W PT, Abst 2665, Survey T&P, SEC 38, 6. 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. Comments: This is a raw tract of land. Essentially, it is a blank canvas for the new owner to make it their own. Lay out a system of roads, plant food plots, add surface water, and/or build a house just how you want it. Property Taxes: 2023 Taxes are $317.97 Price: $4300 per acre ($1,165,300) Blake Hortenstine, 214-616-1305 mobile Jack Fauntleroy, 940-550-4432 mobile All information is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is subject to change without prior notice.
$1,085,000  •  155 acres
Rustling Oaks Ranch is a remarkable property that spans 155+/- acres in the southeast corner of Stephens County. Its picturesque landscape is a sight, with a fertile front field currently adorned with vibrant sunflowers, providing a breathtaking backdrop that offers excellent dove hunting opportunities. Rotated with a winter wheat crop, the cultivation sustains the wildlife and cattle roaming the property. As you journey through the Ranch, you'll find a delightful mix of mature mesquite and hardwood trees that thrive throughout the property. These trees provide a serene and peaceful ambiance while offering numerous impressive building sites. A well-marked trail system throughout the property leads you to many great hunting locations for blinds and feeders. This property experienced a fire several years ago, which has had an unexpected yet remarkable effect on the land. The burning of the land has brought new life to the property, making it clean and fertile - ground perfect for the growth of new grasses and vegetation upon which wildlife thrives. Rustling Oaks Ranch is a magnificent property that is a must-see for anyone seeking a serene and peaceful escape. It offers a unique opportunity to experience the tranquility of nature while enjoying the modern conveniences of a well-maintained property. This ranch is a gem and will impress even the most discerning buyers. Agent Comments -- Within minutes of the ranch's front gate lies the world-renowned Mary's Cafe, the perfect spot to unwind with a classic chicken fried meal and a refreshing beverage. The decision to use the land for grazing cattle or leasing for hunting is at the buyer's discretion, as these arrangements can be continued or terminated as desired. Currently, the property is under a windmill contract, although the owner has been informed that no windmills will be installed. All wind rights will be included in the sale. -- IMPROVEMENTS -- Fences ~ 5-strand barbed wire, fields are cross-fenced into two pastures Water Meter ~ Meter is approved and is in the process of installing Roads ~ ATV roads throughout the wooded area Coming Soon ~ New fence on the west boundary line; Stephens County Water Meter -- WATER, TERRAIN & COVER -- Surface Water ~ 1 pond; 1/2 acre when full Elevation ~ 40ft, rolling elevation Tree Cover ~ Roughly 124 acres wooded; Post Oak, Live Oak, Mesquite, Elm Underbrush ~ Light; Elbowbush, Skunkbush Sumac, Bumelia Native Grasses ~ Very little cactus, Burned in 2011 Grazing ~ 1 animal to 28 acres; grazed by owner Soils ~ Roughly 31 acres of cultivation; Lindy Silt Loam, Leeray Clay -- HUNTING & RECREATION -- Wildlife ~ Abundance of Rio Grande Turkey; deer, dove, duck, hog, varmint Habitat ~ Posts Oaks for acorn production; heavy browse; good grass Hunting ~ Hunting Lease; will terminate before closing; very little pressure from neighbors Blinds & Feeders ~ 1 blind will convey with the sale Food Plots ~ No current food plots, multiple potential locations -- MINERALS & WIND -- O&G Minerals ~ No owned minerals to convey O&G Production ~ 2 well heads in the west cultivation; 1 not in use, 1 appears to be in use; Operator: North Ridge Corporation, API #: 42930620 Wind Rights ~ 100% wind rights convey; wind contract in place Wind Production ~ NextEra Energy is the parent company of La Casa Wind, LLC -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- Road Frontage ~ 2,570 feet of FM 207; 1 gate on the east corner Nearby Towns ~ 8 mi NW of Strawn, 9 mi N of Ranger Major Cities ~ 65 mi E of Abilene, 75 mi W of Fort Worth Airports ~ 65 mi E of Abilene Reginal Airport, 18 mi SW of Stephens County Airport, 95 mi W of DFW International Listing Agent -- Travis Patterson (254)-246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make "first contact" with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, price changes, terms changes, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$408,655  •  62.87 acres
**Just approved for a Stephens County SUD Water Meter** Hillside Ranch is an impressive 62-acre property in the eastern part of Stephens County. This property's gently rolling terrain offers stunning views of the neighboring hillsides in all directions and boasts paved frontage on HWY 180, making it easily accessible from Abilene and Mineral Wells. Thoughtfully prepared for future development, the front 45 acres provide exceptional curb appeal for future home construction. Located behind a cross fence, the remaining 17 acres are entirely wooded with mixed, native woods and feature multiple interior trails that offer excellent access throughout. While Hillside Ranch provides a lot of character, there are opportunities for improvement if one sees fit. An older pond in the back pasture may benefit from some dredging to create a more consistent water level, and the draw that runs north to south on the property could be developed into larger stock ponds, providing more recreational possibilities. Despite these opportunities for improvement, Hillside Ranch's location is highly desirable, offering numerous nearby lakes for anglers. The property's proximity to Possum Kingdom State Park, Hubbard Creek Lake, Lake Daniel, and Palo Pinto Creek Reservoir makes it an ideal choice for a peaceful and scenic retreat. -- IMPROVEMENTS -- Road ~ Excellent gravel driveway to build site Fences ~ 5 Strand barbed wire, cross-fenced, entrance will need a new front gate Septic System ~ Condition unknown Electricity ~ TXU Electricity ran to the building site and will need a new meter Water ~ Stephens County SUD Water Line runs along HWY 180 -- WATER, COVER & TERRAIN -- Surface Water ~ 1 Pond Water Wells ~ No water well in the area Tree Cover ~ 51% Heavily wooded, post oak, live oak, cedar, elm, mesquite Underbrush ~ Elbowbush, yucca, bumelia, ephedra Native Grasses ~ 49% Open, side-oats, little bluestem, broomweed, milkweed Grazing ~ Not currently grazed, capacity 1 animal to 30 acres Soils ~ Rowden clay loam, Palopinto very stony clay loam -- HUNTING & RECREATION -- Wildlife ~ Whitetail Deer, duck, Rio-Grande Turkey, dove, hogs, varmint Hunting Pressure ~ Very little, not hunted in years Blinds & Feeders ~ One feeder and one blind, old, no value Native Grasses ~ Thick stands, excellent bedding, ideal seeds for wildlife Pictures & Videos ~ Game camera footage coming soon -- MINERALS & WIND -- Mineral Rights ~ No owned minerals will convey O&G Production ~ No production or lease Wind Rights ~ 100% Wind rights convey Wind Production ~ No active wind farms in the area -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- Road Frontage ~ Paved-HWY 180 Entrance ~ New H-Braces, but will need a new gate Nearby Towns ~ 14 mi E of Breckenridge, 27 mi S of Graham Major Cities ~ 67 mi W of Abilene, 75 mi E of Fort Worth Airports ~ 14 mi E of Stephens County Airport, 28 mi S of Graham Municipal AGENT'S COMMENTS: Hillside Ranch is the perfect size getaway for the weekend warrior. This property can be enjoyed during the hunting seasons and offers excellent location for fishing and water skiing with a short drive to Hubbard Creek Lake or Possum Kingdowm Lake. Currently, there is a small building on the property that will not convey with the sale. Listing Agent: Travis Patterson 254-246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make "first contact" with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, price changes, terms changes, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers, the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers, and accept backup offers.
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$168,000  •  21 acres
Valley View is an exceptional property covering approximately 21 acres in the eastern part of Stephens County, just outside the small community of Caddo, Texas. This charming piece of land provides convenient access from the paved Highway 180 and a private gate on CR 110, creating a variety of potential building locations. It boasts 50 feet of elevation along the northern boundary that gradually levels out in the center of the property, creating a beautiful, lush valley. Additionally, a small pond along this hill's edge fluctuates based on rainfall. One of the unique aspects of this property is that it provides paid oil and gas royalties with production equipment discreetly located out of sight in the northwest corner. Wooded terrain combined with Oil & Gas income makes Vally View an exceptional find for a property of its size. -- IMPROVEMENTS -- 1 Pasture ~ No cross-fences Water ~ Stephens County SUD on HWY 180 and CR 110; Buyer responsible for feasibility test for water meter Electricity ~ TXU Electricity Roads ~ 1 road along the eastern boundary; Dirt Road Fences ~ No cross fencing; Fair boundary fence on north, east, and west. The southern boundary fence needs repair -- WATER, COVER & TERRAIN -- Surface Water ~ 1 Pond at .06 ac (when full) Water Wells ~ No water wells in this area Tree Cover ~ 100% Wooded, Mesquite, Elm, Cedar Underbrush ~ Moderate, Elbowbush, Bumelia, prickly pear, cat claw Native Grasses ~ Little Bluestem, Side Oats Grama, winter rye; excellent bedding Grazing ~ Property is not currently being grazed Cultivation ~ No cultivation -- HUNTING & RECREATION -- Wildlife ~ Whitetail Deer, duck, dove, hogs, varmint Hunting Pressure ~ Has not been hunted in several years Blinds & Feeders ~ No blinds and feeders of any value Land ~ 50 ft of elevation; thick hillside with lightly wooded bottom Pictures & Videos ~ Game camera footage coming soon -- MINERALS & WIND -- Mineral Rights ~ Seller owns a portion; will convey with acceptable offer Pipelines ~ One polly pipeline running west to east Oil & Gas ~ 1 active well and tank batteries (Delta Oil & Gas); Mineral income is $150.00 a year Wind Rights ~ 100% Wind rights convey Wind Production ~ No current windfarms in the area -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- Road Frontage ~ Gate on HWY 180 and back gate on CR 110 Nearby Towns ~ 13 mi E of Breckenridge, 33 mi W of Mineral Wells Major Cities ~ 78 mi W of Fort Worth, 64 mi NE of Abilene Airports ~ 12 mi NE of Stephens County Airport, 95 mi W of DFW Airport AGENT COMMENTS: Valley View is located in a prime spot offering privacy, while also being in close proximity to Possum Kingdom Lake and Hubbard Creek Lake for outdoor activities including water skiing and fishing. This property is unique in that it provides paid oil and gas royalties, which is a rare find for a property of its size. Additionally, there is a seven-acre lot to the south that is currently on the market and could be a wonderful addition to Valley View. Listing Agent: Travis Patterson 254-246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make "first contact" with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, price changes, terms changes, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers, the Seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers, and accept backup offers.