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$28,151,475  •  34,123 acres
Horse Mountain Ranch is located just a 30-minute drive from the Gage Hotel in Marathon, which serves as the gateway to Big Bend Nation Park to the south. Horse Mountain Ranch is divided into two contiguous historical ownerships with the north portion being a wide valley between the Pena Blanca Mountains, Horse Mountain and Twin Peaks creating an expanse called Lightning Flat where the headwaters of Horse Draw and Pena Blanca Draw are located. The Headquarters is located on the north unit adjacent to the Historic Reed Spring which makes a beautiful cottonwood tree lined lake.
$11,440,000  •  5,200 acres
Acres: 5200 +/- Acres. Price: $2,200 per acre Animal Units: 650 cows. Terms: Cash. Location: Atoka, OK, Atoka County. Comments: Very nice cattle ranch. Currently running 650 pairs. Does run yearlings part of the time. Ranch is 90% open with abundant water. Lots of road frontage. Improvements: Home. Several metal corrals. Water: Rural water, creeks, numerous ponds. 43” average annual rainfall. Terrain: Flat to gently rolling with wooded creeks. Fences: Good fences. Grasses: Bermuda grass, rye grass and native grasses. Game: Whitetail deer, wild hogs, large number of waterfowl. All ponds are stocked with fish. 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. For more information on this ranch please contact at 972-542-8511.
$18,039,097  •  4,567 acres
This classic Texas Cross Timbers hunting and agricultural ranch overlooks approximately 2.5 miles of the Colorado River between Brownwood and Brady. There ranch is improved with a 7,000 square foot main lodge and several smaller homes. In addition to the river, the ranch has over 40 lakes and pond
$15,370,000  •  2,381.68 acres
Under Contract
In the heart of the Texas Hill Country, along the edge of the Highland Lakes sits the magnificent Reed Ranch. The beauty of this area has captured the hearts of all who have passed through it. Straddling the Llano Uplift, the ranch provides vantage points for unmatched, panoramic views of the Colorado River Valley. This ranch traverses from lush creek bottom land to spectacular granite hilltops. For the past 60 years, the Reed Family and its estate, have been diligent stewards of this 2,393.364 acre ranch. Water: The City of Burnet main water supply line traverses the property and houses a lift station. This supply line also provides water to the ranch. Spring Creek meanders through the property. With limestone bottoms and scenic bluffs, the creek drains into Ink's Lake. In addition, there are two unnamed creeks and multiple drainages throughout the ranch are seeping and running water as a result of continued cedar clearing and improving weather patterns. The ranch gets an average of 28"-30" of rain per year. Utilities: Pedernales Electric Coop. Private Septic systems. City of Burnet municipal water. Wildlife: This ranch has an abundance of native wildlife and up to the 2017 season, had been leased to hunters. Large trees throughout allow for turkey roosting sites. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, dove and varmints, and Aoudad. Easements: Details on easements found on the property are contained in the Schedule B.
Contact for Price  •  2,350 acres
This ±2,350 acre high fenced ranch for sale just north of Eden, Texas, is heavily stocked with a spectacular array of species from the African plains, Asia, India, and Europe, as well as North American species of trophy big game. The spectacular range of exotics on Lucky 7 Ranch in Concho County, Texas, sets the bar high for turn-key hunting ranches. With revenue generating animals and infrastructure in place, this property is ready now for some of the best exotics hunting in the state. Near the center of Concho County, Lucky 7 is just six minutes north of Eden and just over 30 minutes from the college town of San Angelo with its municipal airport and daily commercial flights. Drive times to San Antonio and Austin are under three hours and the DFW Metroplex is just over three hours. The ranch has almost two miles of frontage, including the ranch’s main entrance, on US Highway 83. This land has diverse topography, with great views high on the western edge of the property down 150 feet to rolling bottom land with tillable soil and multiple existing food plots along wet weather Mustang Creek. Diverse and nutritious high protein brush is available to the wildlife in generous amounts across the ranch, along with heavily wooded areas of mesquite, cedar, and live oaks providing excellent cover. Lucky 7 has 13 large stock ponds across the ranch to provide year round water for the animals. Municipal water supplies the lodge and headquarters, and the pasture along the highway. The ranch has miles of interior roads that are well maintained and provide easy access to most of the ranch. The amazing collection of exotics on Lucky 7 Ranch have been valued at around two and a quarter million dollars and they convey with the sale. Income from these animals comes from hunting, breeding, and selling stock to other ranches. Purchasing all of the exotics is negotiable. African species in the collection include blesbok, gemsbok, Scimitar horned oryx, Cape buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, addax, lechwe, warthog, aoudad, and eland. Asian species include barasingha, nilgai, Blackbuck antelope, and Axis, Père David’s, and Sika deer. European deer species include Red and Fallow. North American exotics include elk and bison, plus native Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, and hogs. Sheep and goat species on the ranch are red, mouflon, transcaspian, and Texas dahl sheep, with ibex, markhor, aoudad, tahr, and cordova goats. The main lodge and satellite cabins of Lucky 7 Ranch comfortably sleep over 20 guests. The main lodge is just under 3,000 square feet with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. There is a commercial grade kitchen and a large, beautifully outfitted common area for entertaining guests and relaxing between hunts. There is a walk-in cooler, skinning rack, and an inviting covered common area with outdoor cooking facilities and a nearby fire pit. An additional two bedroom, two bathroom cabin can sleep up to six guests. There are multiple feed and storage barns and three sets of working pens. This massive exotics hunting ranch is an exceptional opportunity for the savvy ranch buyer or investor. This operation brings together all the essential elements for a singular attraction with multiple revenue streams from the impressive animal stock already in place. Adventure awaits at Lucky 7 Ranch. Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.
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$3,400,000  •  1,019 acres
$3,672,000
This incredible 1019.83 acre hill country ranch is located just outside of Copperas Cove in Coryell County, Texas. A productive ranch with abundant wildlife, mature oaks, pecans, fertile pastures and an attractive level to sloping topography. Since 1943 the Wilkinson Ranch has been the perfect place to farm, ranch, fish, hunt and enjoy the amazing Texas Hill Country views! The home is a 2 bd, 1 bath, with kitchen, dining room, 2 living areas, enclosed back porch, large utility room and an attached 2 car garage. The original wood floors remain in much of the home. The square footage of the home I estimate to be around 1600+/- sf. The utility room has been used as a 3rd bedroom. It’s estimated the home was last lived in 19 years ago. The functionality of the home, septic, propane tank, water meter and well is unknown. The home may be a tear down to some or a nice hunters camp to others. Near the home are 3 barns, a workshop and other out buildings. All of which are in poor condition. The hunters cabin has one room that currently sleeps two and has A/C, heat and running water. The cabin has a covered front porch and covered storage behind the cabin. The hunters camp also has a functioning well, “redneck” outhouse and a covered RV parking area with a power plug for RV. Fenced for livestock and there’s a new 7-wire fence at the Harmon Road boundary. This property holds an abundance of wildlife, including whitetail deer, turkey, ducks and dove. Quail can be seen infrequently around the ranch. Some stock ponds currently hold bass and catfish. Hogs and predator species can provide year around hunting opportunities. This ranch is prime for a high fenced hunting operation. Four stock ponds on the property provide water for livestock and wildlife and most are stocked with bass and catfish. 1.1 miles of Perryman Creek runs from west to east and located in the northern half of the property. The topography is primarily level to gently sloping with 60’+/- of elevation change across the ranch. Long distance views of the surrounding hill country can be observed from various locations on the ranch. The varied terrain is easily accessed by a minimal pasture road system. The property consists of open pastures with scattered oaks and pecan trees which provides ample habitat for the wildlife. Most of the ranch has native grass pastures with some areas recently cultivated for oats. The soil is primarily black land with some caliche. Mesquite and cedar are present on the ranch and there’s an ongoing effort to grub out the mesquite. Hamilton Electric supplies the power to the ranch. Power meters located at hunters camp and old homestead. The ranch house has a water meter supplied by Multi-County Water Supply. The property has three wells, one of which supplies water for the hunters camp. The other two wells are in unknown condition. Appraised with an agricultural valuation. (ag exempt) 2018 property taxes, $1,503.00 Seller will convey up to 50% of the minerals that the seller owns. There is currently an existing farm lease in place that expires on 6/30/2020. No restrictions. Gatesville ISD. Austin MLS #2365681, Central Texas MLS #386740 3885 Harman Rd, Copperas Cove, TX 76522 15 minutes to town, 20 minutes to Killeen, 58 minutes to Waco, 75 minutes to north Austin. Copperas Cove has a population of 32,706 (2017) and offers all the conveniences a rural ranch owner could ask for. Shopping, hardware, feed, medical care, and entertainment is only 15 – 20 minutes away. ****No one shall enter the property without permission and must be accompanied by their agent or broker.**** Contact Don Honeycutt, 512-289-2121, for more info or to show property.
$2,830,750  •  870.89 acres
Sabine River Front Hunting Land for Sale in East Texas Hunting Land on the Sabine River in East Texas! The Getaway located on US Highway 80 has 871 acres with almost 2 miles of Sabine River Frontage located in two East Texas counties, Wood County and Upshur County near the town of Big Sandy, Texas half way between Dallas, TX and Shreveport, LA. The property consists of excellent wildlife habitat, Hardwood bottoms and flats, four different areas of mature Loblolly Pine Plantations covering approximately 150 acres, Rogers Creek, sloughs, open fields, trails and abundant wildlife. Camp House is equipped with city of Big Sandy water and Upshur County Rural Electric service. Hunting opportunities are endless at The Getaway! The fabulous wildlife habitat is home to Whitetail Deer, Hogs, Coyotes, Bobcats, Squirrels and other small varmints that inhabit the woods of East Texas. Water is plentiful besides the Sabine River, Rogers Creek meanders 2.5 miles through the hunting property as well. Five pipeline right-of-ways provide excellent openings and lanes for hunting with multiple shooting houses in place. 180 Class Whitetail Deer have been harvested in the past. The sloughs are loaded with Duck Weed and Smart Weed and surrounded by timber offering fantastic Duck Hunting when the migration reaches East Texas. In past duck seasons, hunters harvested Wood Ducks, Teal, Mallard and other puddle ducks. The cleared roads and trails make easy travel to the duck hunting areas. Camp Headquarters includes fully equipped and furnished camp house with one private bedroom, a large bunk-room, bath room, kitchen and living and gathering area with a front porch.There is a 30 x 50-foot insulated equipment storage building with roll up doors on each end of the building. Also included is a separate shed for tractors, implements and trailers that also covers a walk-in cooler for storing harvested game. For the fisherman the Sabine River offers a variety including, Largemouth Bass, Alligator Gar, Channel Catfish, Flathead Catfish, Blue Catfish, Crappie, Buffalo, Carp and Bream. A dream come true for the outdoor enthusiast.
$1,900,000  •  760 acres
Turnkey recreational paradise managed by steward owners. Has basic living quarters for immediate use and multiple great building locations for your ideal hunting lodge, cabin or home.
$1,658,400  •  691 acres
Diverse ranch located on quiet paved road in a nice neighborhood of larger ranches.
$6,500,000  •  625.9 acres
Enter this remarkable 625.9 +/- acre parcel through a gated, tree-lined private drive. Revel in the tranquil surroundings, bursting with endless potential! The Primary Estate leaves no stone unturned, with charm and intricate detail around each corner. Breathtaking exposed beams overlook your impressive great room, expansive enough to comfortably host family and friends with room to spare! Enjoy a meal in your grand chef's kitchen, or retreat to your master en suite, quietly tucked away with your own private spa! Soak in the serenity from your peaceful front porch, or from your back deck overlooking one of two gleaming ponds. As you leave the primary estate, adventure awaits around each corner! The quaint stone cottage is just a short drive away and features a warm, open floor plan on the main level overlooking a beautiful, secluded deck. Up the spiral stairwell you will find the master en-suite beaming with natural light. The extraordinary custom windows highlight your view from the trees, undisturbed from the bustling outside world. This cozy cottage will immediately make you feel right at home. Just a few miles away behind a separate, private gate, you'll find the dual guest cottages. These well appointed homes are ready for your overnight or long term guests and feature two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a full kitchen in each unit. Appreciate time in nature from the screened in front porch, overlooking the second pond included in this grand parcel. Spend a quiet evening resting on the floating dock, or build a fire on the remote grounds. Conveniently placed just a few steps over the hill, you'll stumble upon the Caretaker's Cottage. This beautifully updated cottage is versatile and has endless potential and includes 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, two full kitchens, and two heated and cooled rooms perfect for a workshop, hobby room, home gym, and more! The solarium complete with a hot tub is the ultimate place to rest and rejuvenate from a long day on the farm. For the animal enthusiast or farmhand, the 3 bedroom 2 bathroom Farmhouse is a match made in heaven. Located independently just across the street through the private gate, you'll find quick access to multiple barns, fenced paddocks, a chicken coop, and more. The fenced grounds feature two sparkling ponds, multiple barns, a storm shelter, ample fenced pasture, private woods, and more. This one of a kind property would be well suited for corporate retreats, special events, or equestrian lovers! Included in the sale: Primary Estate (3 BR 2.5 BA), Stone Cottage(1 BR 1.5 BA), Dual Guest Cottages (2 units each with 2 BR, 2 BA), Caretaker Cottage (2 BR 2.5 BA, 2 Kitchens), and a Farm House (3 BR 2 BA)
$1,500,000  •  589 acres
Lost Cabin Ranch is a 589 acre ranch located just 1.5 miles northwest of Boswell, OK, and 120 miles from Dallas. Surrounded by roads on all four sides, one of which is a paved county road, this ranch takes up almost an entire section. In fact, the current owner has been leasing another 50 acres in the section and he believes it could be purchased along with Lost Cabin Ranch. That only leaves a 1 acre out that isn’t currently being used. Wouldn’t it be nice to have roads as barriers between your land and all your neighbors? Just from a wildlife management standpoint, it would be a great advantage to have a one-mile square area as a sanctuary. When you first enter the property, you get a sense of its faded glory. The old homestead is battered but still standing surrounded by giant oak trees. The old cistern is still in the corner of the yard, a garage and storm shelter to the rear. Wander just a little bit in the woods and you will find the front cap of a Model T or an old crosscut saw blade that may have been used to build the two log cabin structures that are clinging to existence. An old windmill peers out from the top of a grown oak tree. An old wagon trail is still visible on the ranch. From the aerial you can see numerous cross fences that once divided the ranch into functional grazing units, each with its own pond to water the livestock. A quick look at the soil map and almost the entire ranch lights up with fertile soil types. You get a real sense that this might have been a showplace farm 50 years ago. Lost Cabin Ranch could still be saved as a cattle ranch, but some quick intervention will be needed to combat the brush and improve the fences. However, if you are looking for a hunting property with lots of ponds to fish, then very little is needed. Now that the forest has started to reclaim the pastures, you see a beautiful mixture of transitional tree species intermixed with tall prairie grasses. This dynamic yields great woodland/prairie interfaces that deer and turkey flourish in. The wooded areas are full of mature hardwood species, primarily oaks, while the transitional areas are brushing up with persimmons, green briar, honeysuckle and elms. The combination of the two gives the animals an abundance of food sources throughout the year. Alternative patches of timber and open meadows create ideal locations for establishing food plots and protein feeders. Here are a few pictures of the quality whitetails that have been taken in the current state. Imagine what could be achieved with your management of the property? Lastly, the old farm house is still serviceable as a hunting cabin and could be used as a landing spot for you, your family and friends until you get the property fixed up exactly like you want it. There are lots of great places to build your new cabin if you decide to leave the old house behind or remove it from the property. Lost Cabin Ranch is the ideal spot for someone looking for great natural features for wildlife, at a reasonable driving distance from Dallas, with some basic improvements already in place to see you through until you can build your dream cabin and barn. There is a lot of history on Lost Cabin Ranch and it is waiting for the next steward owner to add the next chapter. If you would like to learn more about the ranch or schedule a showing please contact Kelly Hurt.
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$1,600,000  •  560 acres
$1,700,000
The Boswell Ranch is an improved grazing property that has a taste for recreation as well.  A quality ranch home along with other improvements provides this southern Oklahoma ranch with many opportunities.  The scenery, seclusion, grass production, plus the availability of water will attract many to the rural lifestyle of this ranch. Improvements:  The main house features 2,899 sqft of living space and was constructed in 2007 by the current owner.  The 3 bed 2.5 bath custom ranch home includes, vaulted ceilings, open concept kitchen, living, and dinning room, stone fireplace, breakfast bar, safe room, 2 car garage, and a second story office space.  The walls are ICF (Insulated Concrete Form) adding to the efficiency and safety of the home.  Out the back door and off of the covered porch is a pergola shaded sitting area with an adjacent outdoor kitchen and shower.  The ranch also includes a well maintained 1,568 sqft 3 bed 2 bath guest house and a 2,300 sqft 1.5 bath office building.  There are 2 barns on the property, the first is 70' x 100' and can be used for hay and equipment storage and the second is 50' x 50', fully enclosed and currently used for tools and equipment.  The property has 2 sets of livestock working facilities with the main set centrally located with the cross fencing.   Water:  There are 3 ponds and a few seasonal drainages with the largest pond at 2+ acres.  The ranch improvements are all serviced by a water well with an additional well not currently being used.  Well water has been ran to the central livestock pens.  Rural water is available in the northwest corner of the property.  This area of Oklahoma receives an average of 44.8" of rainfall annually. Wildlife:  Whitetail deer and turkey hunting have produced that most success in this area.  The ranch has a few blocks of timber, mostly Oak, connected with tree lined drainages known for wildlife travel routes.  Other species familiar to this area are quail, dove, hogs, coyotes, and bobcats.  The ponds offer good fishing and the largest is stocked with Channel catfish. Land:  Approximately 80% of this property is grazable acres which produces enough forage to handle just shy of 150 cow-calf pairs according to the OSU Ag Extension office.  A mix of Rye, Bermuda, Clover, Fescue and native grasses make up majority of the ranch.  The topography is primarily a hilltop setting with a desirable amount of elevation change for capturing run-off.  The soils consist of mostly sandy loam.  There are 3 main pastures, 200, 150, and 100 acres in size with a 55 acre hay field.  The hay field and others areas that can be cut for hay will produce 1.75 bales/acre which can be improved and possibly doubled with weed spraying and fertilizer.  The remainder of the acreage is used for small traps connected to the working facilities that provide low stress for handling and penning livestock.     Location:  The Boswell Ranch is located 10 miles south of Boswell Oklahoma in the southwest portion of Choctaw County.  The property is just over 2 hours from Dallas, 2.45 hours from Tulsa, and 3 hours from OKC.  The ranch can be accessed from N 4060 Rd and also N 4070 Rd. Minerals: Seller does not own any of the mineral estate.   Taxes: The taxes are approximately $2,800 annually.  Note: Ranch is shown by appointment only. 
$1,975,000  •  546.32 acres
546 acre cattle ranch with nice home located in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma.Ranch is approx. 6 miles East of McAlester, which is the County seat and offers a wide variety of retail stores, restaurants, medical facilities, regional stockyards, and an airport.
$3,000,000  •  537 acres
537 ac working cattle & recreational ranch enjoys 1300 ft frontage of the spectacular Brazos. Beautiful custom ranch home w huge porches & amazing views of pastures and ponds. 2nd home & small hunting cabin,50x80 barn, loafing shed & equipment barn.Excellent fencing, hot wire, cross-fenced & an alley that runs entire length of property.Two sep cattle working areas.The enormous coastal fields are watered by two pivots that receive its water directly from Brazos w TCEQ senior water rights. Many water sources spread throughout the property including nine constant-level ponds and several coop taps.All grasses improved & treated regularly.
$1,400,000  •  415 acres
A turnkey cattle ranch with great fences, working facilities, shop, barns and three houses ready for cattle today.
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$798,000  •  400 acres
$878,000 • Under Contract
PRICE REDUCED!!! Acres: 400 ± acres Price: PRICE REDUCED to $1,950 per acre Animal Units: Runs 30 cows Terms: Cash Location: Red River County, 8 miles south of Clarksville, TX on FM 910, on both sides of the road. 1 hour and 45 minutes from Dallas metroplex. Comments: This beautiful ranch is ideal for a recreation and hunting ranch or to run livestock. Presently there are about 30 cows on the ranch, most with calves. Mature, large hardwoods are found throughout the property and hunting for deer or hogs is exceptional. Water: Property has no water meter, but water line fronts the property as does electricity. Terrain: This rolling hills ranch is approximately 65% beautiful huge hardwoods and 35% open bottom land for livestock. A creek meanders through the property. Fences: Fences are marginal with some needing repair. They are sufficient to run cows at the present time. Grasses: Bermuda grass, Bahia grass, native grasses. Game: Large number of whitetail deer, wild hogs, ducks and small game. Minerals: Seller thinks he owns 50% of the minerals, but does not warrant owning any minerals. Owner will convey half (50%) of owned minerals in this property to buyer at closing. 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.
$2,500,000  •  370 acres
Ranch & Equestrian Property with Luxury Home in Bulloch County Georgia. At 370+/- acres, this multi-use ranch provides the grounds and facilities to maintain a cattle operation, horse boarding and training, crop farming, and timber production. The property includes three separate living spaces, with the main space being a beautiful 4000+/- square foot custom home. The luxury custom home boasts many high end features with no fine detail spared. Park in the large 3 bay garage and take the elevator to the main living space on the second floor. There you will find a beautiful custom kitchen, wood burning fireplace, and a beautifully equipped and designed master bathroom. A mixture of screened and open porches surround the entire second floor providing scenic views from sunrise to sunset. The first floor of the house is an open lounge complete with a bar, pool table, fireplace, and entertainment center. Every detail of the house has been meticulously maintained by the owner and is the definition of a luxury lifestyle. The land provides space for both income producing and recreational activities. The make up includes approximately 80 acres of fenced pasture land, 170 acres of cultivated land, and  100 acres of timber. Additionally there are two ponds on the property, the larger being 7 acres, fully stocked, and maintained by two 6 inch deep wells and a siphoning system. Equestrian facilities include boarding for up to 14 horses and a solid walled round pin for training. The main horse barn also features a tack room, wash rack, and an office to help manage the cattle and equestrian operations. You can also begin working cattle immediately in the established corral area complete with head-gate and loading chute. Two large, partially enclosed barns provide ample storage for equipment and hay. Additional feed storage can be found in the loft of the main horse barn and the 3 large grain bins. In addition to the main house, there is a historic guest cabin built in 1842. The house has been beautifully well maintained and sits on the registry of historic homes. There is also a three bedroom two bath managers quarters on the property which could either provide living space for a groundskeeper, or additional room for guests. Listing ID: 10088-67214
$1,375,000  •  312 acres
Rural living in Oklahoma City
Contact for Price  •  300 acres
300 ± Acres 2,700± sq/ft house Foreman’s house Two water wells Hamilton Electric Co-Op Brush strategically cleared Improved pastures Deer Pens Excellent development opportunities
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$1,617,000  •  294 acres
$1,734,600
Offering 294 m/l contiguous acres of quality Adair County, Iowa farmland located 2 miles east and 1 mile south of Greenfield.
$1,314,288  •  273.81 acres
273.81 +/- acres offering a mix of mostly natural timberland and row crop land separated into different fields. The property offers a large amount of paved road frontage on 3 different county roads. The land offers seclusion, but is only 1.1 miles from US Highway 411, offering 4 lane access to Rome and Cartersville. Topography: Level fields to mostly rolling timberland. Utilities: Power & County Water. Zoned: A-1. 13 miles to Rome. 16 miles to Cartersville. 60 miles to Atlanta. 77 miles to Chattanooga, TN.
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$2,600,000  •  267 acres
$2,800,000
The C4 Ranch's rolling terrain, giant Live Oak trees, strong grass cover and functional improvements make it the ideal property for the cattleman or a recreational buyer. The property’s 115 feet of elevation change along with its improved grass fields and 100 year old oak trees truly make it unique. Approximately 175 acres is in heavy grass pasture dotted with oak and native pecan trees, 52 acres currently in row-crop production and 40 acres of heavily wooded creek bottom. A large grassy hill on the southern portion of the ranch boasts big-league views and adds a future homesite possibility.