Sunny Dell Farm

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Davidson Charles

Sunny Dell Farm presents a charming, well-maintained, family-oriented property. This peaceful and secluded setting comes with a 5BR/4BA immaculate, modern farmhouse, West Navidad River frontage, rolling pastures, and a constant level 5 acre stocked lake. The property was designed for family gatherings and outdoor recreational enjoyment that all family members can enjoy through the years.

Location and Access: The location of this ranch is in the highly sought after Schulenberg/Halletsville area with easy access from Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. Access is off of a beautiful tree-lined, private road only a few miles east of Hwy 77 and 6 miles south of Schulenberg off I-10. The surrounding neighborhood is composed of small, well-kept farms, pasture land, and quiet rural communities.

The Land: The property is a good mixture of improved pastures and undisturbed wooded areas. The pastures include irrigated Coastal Bermuda that yield large round bales of hay each year. These pastures are interspersed with groves of large hardwoods, including many magnificent oak trees. The magnificent oaks are said to be some of the largest and oldest in the county. Thick clusters of trees populate both sides of the West Navidad River as it courses through the property.

Water Features: The west fork of the Navidad River crosses a portion of the northeastern section of the ranch for a distance of approximately 2/3 mile. In addition, a pump fed, constant level, 5 acre lake is fed by a strong well located in the middle of the property just below the house. This is a recreational lake stocked with bass. On this lake is a large pier which has a screened in area with running water and a sink for cleaning fish. Another excellent well is located near the house. Of major note, in the southwest section of the property there is a constant flowing large spring, lined with towering oak trees which form a canope over a display of native ferns. There is also a spring-fed pond located on the east side of the property providing access for livestock.

Improvements: Centrally located in the property is the 5BR/4BA house with 2 fireplaces constructed in 1983 and remodeled in 1998 with hardiplank siding. Located at a higher elevation, this home features panoramic views of the surrounding countryside plus the large lake down below. Other features include an attractive outdoor firepit with stone foundation and a nearby built-in large barbeque pit, both located just west of the house. Other building improvements are a barn, 2 equipment sheds, and a well-appointed workshop fully equipped with power tools. A nice feature for the sportsman is a trap and skeet range with 4 shooting stations for sporting clays located below the home and by the lake. This property sale will include all furniture and fixtures, kitchen appliances and utensils, and farm equipment, including a John Deere Model 542 tractor, new doublewide shredder, an irrigation hose trailer, a John Deere Z425 mower, and 2 UTVs, a Polaris Ranger and a John Deere 64 Gator.

Equipment Inventory:

John Deere Mower Z425

Honda Big Red Three-Wheeler

Kawasaki 300 Four-Wheeler

Polaris Ranger XP 2-Seater, Power Steering, Winch

John Deere 64 Gator UTV

John Deere Tractor 542 Model

New Shredder for Tractor

Irrigation Equipment Trailer

Miscellaneous Yard Maintenance Tools

Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, small game animals, doves, and ducks frequent the property year-round along with songbirds.

Electricity: Provided by Fayette Electric Co-Op Inc.

Minerals: Seller to convey 25% of Sellers 100% minerals, plus full Executive Rights.

4Robertson Ranch

Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Hortenstine Blake

PROPERTY OVERVIEW: The 4Robertson Ranch is located in the southeastern corner of Coke County approximately 3 miles south of Tennyson, Texas, and 24 miles north of San Angelo, Texas. This high fenced recreational ranch features a desirable combination of changing topography, big views, numerous surface and underground water sources, excellent wildlife habitat, and quality structural site improvements. The property is set up to grow and manage high caliber whitetail and exotics, operate as a top-tier breeding facility, and commercial hunting operation, but could also be simply utilized as a private recreational family ranch.

DIRECTIONS FROM SAN ANGELO: Take US-277 north for 22 miles to Saynor Lane on right. Follow Saynor Lane east for 0.9 miles to the intersection of Tennyson Road. Turn right and continue south on Tennyson Road for 1.0 mile to the gated ranch entrance on the left.

DIRECTIONS FROM ABILENE: Take US-277 south for approximately 62.5 miles to Saynor Lane on left. Follow Saynor Lane east for 0.9 miles to the intersection of Tennyson Road. Turn right and continue south on Tennyson Road for 1.0 mile to the gated ranch entrance on the left.

TERRAIN: Rugged cedar and mesquite covered hills line the eastern portion of the ranch as similarly wooded ridges and points protrude into the property from the south. These topographical features combine to provide ~ 125’ of elevation change across the ranch as the hilltops descend into draws and valleys. Panoramic views of the property and surrounding countryside abound, including distant observations of Mount Margaret to the north near Tennyson, Gobbler Hill to the northwest, and Kiser Mountain to the west. The lower lying areas offer a nice mixture of mesquite flats, scattered cedar, native, and improved grass pasture. Approximately 70% of the property is heavily to moderately wooded with thick brush cover and native browse for wildlife. The remaining 30% is gently sloping open pastureland and areas suitable for wildlife food plots. Soils primarily consist of the Berda-Vernon-Potter association, Cho, Sagerton clay loam, and Nuvalde silty clay loam.

RANCH HEADQUARTERS FACILITY: The 4R’s impressive headquarters facility is fully equipped with a large office, shop, two bunkrooms, kitchen, lab, and enclosed/climate controlled deer handling room with Priefert chute system. This facility was constructed in 2016, provides approximately 8,800 SF of enclosed space, and has a total of 15,500 SF under roof. Fawn pens are housed on the east side under 3,700 SF of covered area and vehicles, utv’s, and ranch equipment under 3,000 SF of covered area on the west side. As part of a turn-key sale all furnishings and deer handling equipment located at the headquarters facility may be included.

ADDITIONAL STRUCTURAL SITE IMPROVEMENTS: A 2,280 SF 4/2 ranch house is located on the west side of the property with easy access to Tennyson Road. This rock home with metal roof was constructed in 2016 and provides two full length porches across the front and back for outdoor enjoyment, offers quality interior finishes, and also comes fully furnished as part of a turn-key sale. Water is supplied from a nearby water well with well house and storage tank.

Perched on a hilltop on the east side of the ranch is a 1,200 SF lodge, 750 SF bunkhouse, and 1,200 SF shop. These improvements were constructed in 2016 & 2012 respectively and are primarily used as comfortable lodging for guests and hunters. A second water well is located here and supplies the lodge and bunkhouse. Note: Construction dates and square footages were obtained from the Coke County Appraisal District.

FENCES & DEER PENS: There are ~ 8 miles of perimeter and interior high game fence in excellent condition that was constructed in 2016. Two large automatic gate entrances with key pad access provide entry on the north and west sides of the property from Tennyson Road. There are 34 250’ x 175’ deer pens connected to the headquarters facility and deer handling room by a series of alleys. Most of the pens are equipped with sheds, automatic water troughs, alfalfa hay racks, and 1,250# All-Seasons protein feeders.

WILDLIFE & HUNTING: The majority of whitetail deer and exotics have been removed allowing a new owner to stock the ranch to their own desires. There are believed to be 75 100 axis, Russian boar, and some whitetail that will remain on the property. The remaining whitetail are estimated to be in the 160- 175 range. Quail hunting at the 4R can be phenomenal and Rio Grande turkey are also in good numbers. There are 6 tower blind setups strategically placed through the property with 1 protein feeder and 8 corn feeders in place.

WATER: Two water wells supply water to the structural improvements as well as the deer pens. There are four surface ponds fed by a number of wet weather creeks & branches that meander through the ranch, providing additional water sources for wildlife and recreation. One of the ponds was recently enlarged to ~ 2 surface acres.

MINERALS: Minerals are negotiable.

EASEMENTS: An electric transmission line and pipeline right of way cross the ranch from southwest to north.

UTILITIES: Concho Valley Electric Coop provides electrical service to the ranch. Wireless LTE high speed internet service is available through West Central Net.

SCHOOL DISTRICT: Bronte Independent School District

PROPERTY TAXES: The property is under a wildlife exemption and the annual property taxes for 2018 were $8,734.

PRICE: $3,750 per acre ($2,295,000)


Bret Polk, Agent
254-965-0349 mobile


Posted on: December 5th, 2018 by Stefanie Cobb

Gap Creek Ranch is just right outside of Cranfills Gap, Texas and historic Hico, Texas. The beautiful ranch has an impressive 11+ Acre lake that is the crowning jewel of the property. The ranch house sits alongside of the private lake to create a home site that is part of an inspiring natural habitat, which is often home to plenty of geese, ducks, and other wildlife.

If walls could talk this home would tell us a story from 1910, when the Knudson family purchased the ranch. Their original home, which sat over behind the red barn, must have disappeared in the years following their move into the current ranch house. The original photo that shows the old part of the ranch house is from 1920. The Knudson families were part of the Norwegian immigrant community that is still centered around Cranfills Gap and Clifton area. The original ranch house built in 1920 sat along side of the road next to the front gate. In 2004 the current Sellers moved the old house to its present location overlooking the vast lake, and added another 2400 sq. ft. to the home to create and architectural gem of 3400 sq. ft.

This New-Old house was designed and decorated to reflect the look and feel of a fine Texas Ranch house from the 1940s. The downstairs area features stained wood ceilings that add a warm glow to the rooms. There are 4 bedrooms/ 3 full bathrooms and 3 living areas. Each of the bedrooms has a distinct character and the house offers a lovely library as well. The main living room, kitchen and large dining room have an open concept style with a wood-burning fireplace anchoring the living room.

The exterior of the home has a wrap-around porch offering a cool spot of shade for sitting on the porch swings, overlooking the lake and surrounding Bosque County hills. In the evenings enjoy dinner in the wood pergola or gather around the firepit overlooking the lake.

The property also has a 2-car carport, and the original 900 sq. ft. barn that can easily be converted into another guest quarters.

The land has a 11 Acre lake, (3) tanks, .75 miles of creek that spans across the property and space for a potential 2000 ft. airstrip. There is a variety of terrain and hardwoods on the ranch, which makes it a haven for wildlife. The back northeast corner of the property offers some beautiful elevation changes with the highest point on the property reaching 1160 ft. above sea level.

Minerals: The Seller owns a portion of the mineral estate, which may convey with negotiated price.
The property is Ag. Exempt
Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds or a letter of qualification prior to scheduling a showing. Exclusively Listed by Stefanie Cobb (972) 989-5220 and Tai Cobb-Klam (254) 253-0157. Cobb Properties strives to represent all properties accurately. All information contained herein has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. However, no warranty or guarantee is made as to the accuracy of the information. *Buyer(s) agent/broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed the possibility of fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of this firm.

Leesville Acres

Posted on: December 4th, 2018 by Henry SchmidtIII

Several large 10 acre tracts available perfect for your new home! Located just East of Seguin in Leesville Texas. Several tracts to choose from, all tracts consist of open pasture land with excellent grasses for cattle and livestock. These tracts consist of level or gentelly slopping terrain for easy construction.

County Water Available – Gonzales County Water Supply

Electric Avaialble – Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative

Owner Finacning available.

Please call Henry Schmidt, Agent at 830-263-0600 for more details.

The information contained herein has been diligently assembled and is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, express or implied, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyers must verify accuracy of representations on their own, as well investigate potentially pertinent natural attributes, laws and regulations, and draw their own conclusions regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose. Viewing appointments scheduled with the KW Farm & Ranch Group, Henry Schmidt, agent.

Buyer's broker 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 sole discretion of KW Farm & Ranch Group, Henry Schmidt, agent.

San Marcos River Front Ranch

Posted on: December 4th, 2018 by Willingham Jerry

148.799 Acres. Spectacular San Marcos River Front Ranch. Less than one hour from either San Antonio or Austin. Approximately one-half mile of San Marcos River Frontage. Large 70'-80' Native Pecan, Elm, & Oak trees line the River. Perfect getaway for hunting, fishing, and river sports – or build your dream home to create a one of a kind Gentleman's Estate. Excellent Soils.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for purchase of subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.

Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.

Bar W Farmhouse

Posted on: December 1st, 2018 by Swope Louie

Bar W Farmhouse is conveniently located to San Antonio, being on the south-east side of the city and on the northern edge of the Eagle Ford Shale region. The house sits on 14 +/- acres with incredible views. The custom built home makes this property unique and desirable. With a stocked fishing pond less than fifty yards from the back patio, this two-story house and acreage could easily be considered an idyllic homestead. The mesquite and oak-lined driveway adds charm to this magnificent home. There is also a metal workshop building with living quarters. Additional acreage available.

MAIN HOUSE DETAILS: Attractive and well-maintained two story Hardie plank sided 2,893 sf house built in 2000. One master bedroom, three guest rooms, three full baths with a two-car attached garage. Gorgeous oak wood staircase. Custom made front door with beautiful stained-glass windows. Mesquite floors; open space kitchen; stone fireplace; vaulted ceilings; central vacuum system. Nice back patio with stunning views. It's a must see!

Hill Country Ranch with 2,900ft of frontage on both sides of Water Creek

Posted on: December 1st, 2018 by Dave Murray

This hill country ranch features staggering Llano river valley views & 2900 ft of frontage on both sides of Water Creek! Massive granite outcroppings & hilltop, constant level pond & towering oaks throughout the ranch. Gated county road entrance with alternate access from Hwy 71. Excellent hunting of white-tail deer, turkey and more! 1 hour from Austin, 20 mins from Horseshoe Bay & 45 mins to Fredericksburg. Additional acreage available!

Diamond T

Posted on: November 30th, 2018 by Larry Jacobs

Diamond T offers a 3,626 sf full-featured home sharing a roof with 3,500 sf of garage and shop hidden away in the middle of 25 rolling wooded acres. Downstairs: island kitchen with stainless appliances, 2 dishwashers, double sink, breakfast bar, and gas range, living/dining combination, master suite, two bedrooms sharing a hollywood bath, half-bath, and a large utility room with sink. Upstairs: gameroom, large bedroom with full bath en suite, bonus room, and a huge decked attic for storage. Garage (60×40) and shop (18×60) can be shaped to a multitude of uses. Outside, there is a concrete apron, a 20×45 lean-to, and an outdoor shower. The land is regular in shape, with 540 feet of frontage on FM 1486. Rolling terrain with a wet-weather creek but no flood plain. Unrestricted, wildlife exempt; close to Sam Houston National Forest, Lake Conroe, Bluejack National golf course, and the new Aggie Expressway. Secluded country living is waiting for you at the Diamond T.

Circle B Ranch

Posted on: November 30th, 2018 by Hortenstine Blake

PROPERTY OVERVIEW: The Circle B Ranch is a well maintained, improved and productive cattle ranch approximately ~70 miles east of Dallas. The improved grasses, loamy soils, existing pasture configuration, lakes, fencing, cross fencing and facilities are ideally formatted for a true cattleman. Excellent hunting, fishing and other recreational opportunities are available, which gives the ranch a multipurpose use. The ranch improvements and their private settings provide comfort and relaxation for a weekend family retreat or full-time use, and are well suited for entertaining guests in the great outdoors.

DIRECTIONS FROM DALLAS & FORT WORTH: Take Hwy 80 east to Wills Point. In downtown Wills Point turn north on 4th Street proceed ~.46 miles and turn right (east) on Lake Drive (FM 47). Follow FM 47 to Flats, TX located immediately east of the Lake Tawakoni and turn right (east) on FM 2324. Proceed on FM 2324 approximately 2.0 miles and turn right (south) on RS County Road 1325 to the entry of the ranch. The ranch is located on both side of CR 1325. The headquarters is located ~.83 miles down the extremely quiet blacktop County Road. The nearest town is Emory, TX. Located ~7.5 miles from the ranch, this charming East Texas town is the county seat of Rains County. Emory offers modern stores for shopping, great restaurants, and well stocked hardware and feed stores.

TERRAIN: Ranging in elevations from ~ 463’ at the northeast corner to ~ 386’ at the southwest property corner, a total of ~ 77’ of overall elevation change occurs across the ranch. The rolling landscape is marked by scenic, contoured pastures that transition into valleys and hardwood lined draws along seasonal drainages and flowing streams. Ponds, stock tanks and lakes have been constructed along many of the natural draws providing ample water for livestock and wildlife. The ranch’s gentle slope is ideal for grazing livestock and allowing runoff from the 40+ inches of annual rainfall to drain quickly.

TREE COVER & WILDLIFE HABITAT: Approximately 35% is heavily wooded with scenic, developed blocks of mature hardwoods and spatially appealing mature hardwoods that are strategically scattered throughout the open prairies. The remaining 65% is primarily open, improved and highly managed coastal bermudagrass and bahia grass pasture. The blocks of hardwood timber create a natural wildlife corridor throughout the ranch.

WILDLIFE & HUNTING: Circle B Ranch is located just north of the Sabine River and between two major Texas reservoirs, Lake Tawakoni and world-renowned Lake Fork. The area in known for producing exceptional low fence trophy deer along with being a flight corridor for waterfowl during the Fall migration. Most of the lakes and ponds have been stocked with largemouth bass, catfish, and other native fish. There are ample fishing options with over 63+ acres of water being located on the ranch.

In addition to the ranch’s private fisheries, Lake Fork is located minutes away from the front gate. Lake Fork is known for producing state record largemouth bass. 16 of the 25 largest bass caught in Texas (including each of the top 6!) were caught in Lake Fork.

LAKES and WATER FEATURES: Reeder Creek starts just north of the ranch and traverses the western portion of the ranch behind the headquarters. South of the headquarters, Reeder Creek converges with Shuffle Creek and crosses the SW portion of the ranch where it then connects with Woodbury Creek, the largest on the ranch.

There are nearly 65 total acres of surface water located throughout the ranch in the numerous private lakes, ponds and stock tanks. The largest lake is located in the southwestern portion of the ranch and is 17.5+/- acres. Additionally, there are two private lakes over 6 acres and 10 more over 1 acre in size. Cattle and wildlife collectively benefit from another 18 stock ponds under 1 acre which are strategically located throughout the ranch. There’s a natural relief draw along a wet weather, unnamed creek that runs north to south on the east side of the ranch where and additional lake site may exist. Several of the other tanks could be either combined into one larger lake or expanded, if desired.

FENCES, PASTURE MANAGEMENT, & CATTLE: The owners currently run ~300 head of Red and Black Angus cattle, plus calves. There are 19 cross-fenced pastures, 2 lanes leading to 2 trap pastures and 2 sets of modern pipe working pens. Two (2) of the ranch’s pastures are heavily wooded and the other 17 pastures are predominately improved grasses which are fenced for easily managed rotational grazing. All pastures are fertilized and sprayed annually for weed control. The perimeter and internal cross fencing is in excellent condition. The 6 strand barbed wire features 4� pipe posts every 50’. Numerous cattle guards and gates have also been strategically placed to aid in ranch travel and pasture rotation. Notably, 30,000+ feet of pipe fencing along all road frontage gives the ranch impressive curb appeal.

ROAD FRONTAGE & INTERIOR ROADS: Circle B Ranch offers multiple options for ranch access with just over 1.0 mile of frontage along FM Highway 2324 and 2.46+/- miles of frontage along CR Road 1325. The interior roads are well maintained and passable in most conditions with many of them being hard packed with gravel and culverts where needed. The entry road into the ranch headquarters is paved with gravel for year round access.

STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS: The entry road into the ranch headquarters begins through piped entry gate with stone accentuated columns welcoming owners and guests. The electric gated entrance is set back from the county road making trailering or caravans a nonfactor. Upon entering the ranch, two meticulously manicured private lakes (6.5 and 2.7 acre) on each side of the entry road welcome owners and guests as the approach the ranch’s home. Located lakeside and shaded by mature hardwood canopy, the ranch home is approximately 4,575+/- SF with a 627+/- SF 2 car garage. The home features a large wraparound deck overlooking the larger of the two lakes. Within close walking proximity of the porch is a fishing pier of kids and grandkids to make one last cast before dinner. The house has an open floor plan with a great room with ceilings, a floor to ceiling rock lined wood burning fireplace. The home is well suited for a larger family gathering with 4 bedrooms and 4 baths, an open kitchen/breakfast area, den, utility room and an upstairs bonus room for the children to retreat and discuss the adventures of the day.

Additionally, located in close proximity but not visible from the main home, is a modern 3,500+/- SF equipment barn concrete floor and fully equipped horse stables. The horse stables are 615+/- SF with 3 stalls, an office, tack room, feed room and a covered porch. Power & water have been run underground to each.

One more 40×60 equipment barn and shed sits on the north end of the ranch just off FM 2324. This would be considered the “working� portion of the ranch where most maintenance of equipment may be addressed.

EQUIPMENT & CATTLE: Equipment and cattle may be purchased separately from the real estate and is not part of the asking price.

UTILITIES: Electricity is provided by Farmers Electric Co-op. Water is provided by South Rains SUD. All gas appliances are propane. The house has a conventional septic system.

PROPERTY TAXES: The property is ag exempt and taxes for 2018 are estimated to be approximately $7,500.

PRICE: $3,796.46 per acre ($6,699,995)


Wright Monning, 214-794-1475 mobile
Cash McWhorter, 469-222-4076 mobile

Flying H Ranch

Posted on: November 29th, 2018 by Hortenstine Blake

General Description: 400+/- acres located due east of Breckenridge, Texas off Highway 180 on County Road 102. As you enter the ranch there is a hunter’s cabin surrounded by large post oak trees, a large metal barn and three (3) nice size earthen tanks. Mature oak, elm, hackberry, cedar and bull mesquite trees make up the majority of thick cover throughout the property. The Flying H Ranch is 100% native pastureland with an easy rolling topography and six (6) total earthen water tanks. There is some internal cross fencing separating this ranch into several pastures and ideal for cattle rotation. This is a very secluded property with a relatively close proximity to Breckenridge.

Directions: From Breckenridge, Texas travel east on Hwy 180 approximately six miles. On the south side of Hwy 180 is a road side park at the intersection of Hwy 180 and CR 102. Take CR 102 south for six miles until the road ends at CR 142. The ranch gate is located to the right, on CR 142, about 100 yards down on the south side of CR 142. Flying H Ranch is located 1.5 hours west of Ft. Worth and approximately two hours from Dallas, Texas.

Improvements: In the north pasture of the ranch, by the entrance, is a nice smaller 20ft x 30ft hunter’s cabin. The cabin contains 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom with a kitchen/living room combination area. Across from the cabin is a large 40ft x 45ft metal barn with open stalls on the south side. This barn is perfect for holding large equipment, ATVs and supplies for the ranch.

Interior Access: There is good access around this ranch. The main ranch road runs north/ south through the central part of the ranch. This road gives the owner easy access from the north to the south entrance gate. Subsequent roads separate out from the main road giving one access to most parts of the ranch. The south entrance gate has access off of CR 142. The interior roads are adequate to get around the property but an ATV would be recommended to view the entire ranch.

Terrain: The Flying H Ranch features thick cover and a nice sloping topography. The terrain is level to rolling with gradual elevation changes from the north to south sides of the property. There are large rock outcrops exposed throughout the ranch adding nice topographical features in many areas.

Habitat: The ranch has thick areas of cover consisting primarily of post oak, live oak, elm, cedar and mature mesquite trees. There is some prickly pear cactus, a few scattered hackberries, lotebush, bumelia, elbowbush and other browse typically found in this area. This property is conducive for hunting, fishing and running a few cattle.

Stock Water: There are six (6) nice-sized stock tanks on the property located throughout. The largest tank is located at the hunter’s camp site. It is approximately two (2) acre in size and surrounded by large flowing cattail reeds. This tank is ideal for duck hunting. Next to this largest tank are two (2) smaller one (1) acre earthen tanks. All tanks are fed by small drainages running from the north to the south and all of the tanks catch water very well. The three tanks by the cabin can be subsequently filled during times of drought by an oil company underground water line access point. All combined, these tanks are great places for hunting fowl and fishing. They are also very sufficient for watering cattle and livestock.

Wildlife/ Hunting: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, duck, geese, quail, dove, feral hogs, and many varmints such as coyotes and bobcats can be found on this property. Deer hunting should be excellent in this secluded portion of Stephens county. There are a few areas around the ranch that were once cultivated fields. These areas could be easily grubbed to create new, smaller food plots.

Cattle/ Grazing Lease: There is a hunting and grazing lease in place that can be terminated, with sufficient notice allowing for property removal, when a ranch contract is executed. Stocking rate for this property is believed to be 1 animal unit per 30 acres depending upon rainfall amounts during the year.

Utilities: Comanche Electric Cooperative provides electricity to this part of Stephens County. Electric service is currently in place to the hunter’s cabin. Ground water is possible, but varies in this area. Rural water is three (3) miles away located south on County Road 102. A water catchment system or fresh water hauling may be the best options for a camp or household use.

Minerals: No minerals are being offered with this sale. There are three (3) active oil/ gas wells in the southeast corner of the property.

Legal Description: 400 acres out of (160 acres) A0260 T&P Blk 6, Sec19, (160 acres) A1441 T&P Blk 6 Sec 30, Tract N/2 & (80 acres) A2719 T&P Blk 6, Sec 18, Tract N/2 of SE/4

Taxes: Estimated taxes for 2018 are approximately $914.76. Property is currently agriculturally exempt.

Price: $2250 per acre ($900,000)


Jack Fauntleroy, 940-550-4432 mobile