$3,155,250 • 2,253.75 acres
GLENN CARROLL RANCH - WEST TRACT
DESCRIPTION: Unbelievable views and diverse topography make this unique offering southeast of CeeVee, Texas a Cottle County gem. Whether you are looking for an outstanding hunting paradise or an authentic cattle ranch or both, this tract fits the bill. Located in prime Whitetail and Mule Deer area just north of Matador Wildlife Management Area, this could be a Texas game hunters paradise. This property is also located just 4.6 miles south of the North Pease River and 1.7 miles north of the Middle Pease River with northern start of Lone Canyon that ends in the Middle Pease River basin originating from the Glenn Carroll Ranch West Tract, putting this property in the middle of deer travel corridors, especially during rut.
With access to rural water line and good accessibility from County Road 176, this could be a great sight for a permanent ranch home, weekend retreat, or hunting lodge. This tract is large enough you can take days to literally see all the unique natural landscapes and features it has to offer. With lots of trails and roads on the property, it also serves as a great recreational tract for UTV’s and Hiking. Large draws and drainages across the property offer the opportunity for the addition of earthen tanks. There are two existing tanks on the property, that need to be deepened and have work done to dams. Historically the farm had several windmills on the property, but currently the livestock water is being supplied by rural water line.
TOPOGRAPHY: Ranch boast diverse topography with expansive draws and rolling hills with major drainage features offering the opportunity for further development of earthen tanks. Abundance of wide-open, sweeping views from high points and ridges throughout the property provide numerous vantage points for hunting blinds or possible locations for a hunting lodge. Most of the ranch is comprised of native rangeland but there is a portion of the north side of the ranch that was once farmed and contoured which is currently back in grass pasture that could be used for food plots, wheat or other farming. The ranch has abundant cover with primarily juniper/cedars and mesquite but also several other types of diverse flora. There is good grass on the tops and the bottoms that provides good grazing for cattle. The Glenn Carroll Ranch - West elevations range from high point of 2,029 feet to 1,800 feet (source: Vintage Topography Layer, MapRight).
IMPROVEMENTS: Solar Pump Panel and Stand, Sorting Pens, Cattle Guard, and Barbed Wire Perimeter Fencing. There is a good to decent main road that dissects the middle of the ranch with additional trails and roads throughout the property.
WATER FEATURES: There is rural water line outside north boundary that is controlled by Red River Water Authority and current owners have meter and tap that currently supplies water to livestock tub on northern end of ranch just off main ranch road by solar pump site. This could also be used to supply water to a residence, hunting lodge, or weekend retreat.
FENCING: Fencing on ranch is good to fair on most of the ranch with north fence functional but needing repair, with better fences on west and south with south fence adjoining Matador Wildlife Management Area. Family estate is in process of planning and constructing new fence on newly established eastern border of property that will be co-owned by seller and adjacent property owner to the east. Area in northwestern area has interior fence that is in good shape.
WILDLIFE, HUNTING AND RECREATION: Located on the north border of the Matador Wildlife Management Area, the Glenn Carroll Ranch West Tract is a prime northern Rolling Plains, Cottle County hunting land location with whitetail and mule deer along with dove, quail, turkey, hogs, coyotes and bobcats common to the area. There are areas of the ranch on the northern end that would be conducive to development of food plots such as wheat that would serve to draw game, especially deer from the Matador Wildlife Management Area by way of several draws and valleys that serve as nature travel corridors throughout the ranch. Due to the variety of directions these draws and gullys transverse the ranch, hunters would be able to have great options to stand hunt with any wind direction. This ranch has only been hunted by the ranch owners and family over the past several years.
SOIL: The predominant soils are Woodward and Quinlan Loams and Woodward Soils on Rough Broker Land, and there are also some Paducah Loam and Carey Loam areas. Overall good to decent supporting moderate to intense grazing in normal rainfall conditions with stronger soils supporting more intense farming and ranching activities in northern portion of the ranch which would make good location for food plots or area for wheat hay or forage production.
TAXES: Being determined as land has been part of larger tract.
RESERVATIONS: The owner will consider conveyance of their existing mineral rights with acceptable offer. Property has had oil activity in past and is still under some existing leases but no currently active production. The owner will also consider conveyance of commercial wind royalty rights with acceptable offer.
COMMENTS: To schedule an in depth, private tour of this property, contact Monty Edwards at 806-786-5426.
Listing ID: 42266-11022