Nocona Ranch – 1073.28 Acres


Property Details

  • County: Montague
  • Address: 1732 Black Rd
  • Zip: 76255
  • Type: Hunting Land, Lakefront Property, Ranches, Recreational Property
  • City: Nocona
  • Price: $10,196,160
  • Acres: 1,073
  • State/Zip: Texas 76255
  • Beds: 1
  • Status: Available
  • Baths: 1

TALB Member:

Cynthia Inman | Broker

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Property Description

$10,196,160 1073.28 Acres

Property Description:



The property is located at the south end of beautiful LAKE NOCONA featuring 3 gated access points, the main two being Black Rd on the west side of the ranch and Kerr Road on the east. Nocona has an estimated population of 3,059. The ranch is approximately a ten-minute drive from downtown. Nocona is a wine and brewery destination, located at the convergence of the Red River Wine Trail and the Cross Timbers Wine Trail. Nocona is rich in history from the Chisolm Trail to the Native Americans hunting their prey. The town is now known as the Classic Car Capital of Texas due to Horton Classic Car Museum. It is also known as a weekend destination due to the prettiest scenery in all of North Texas, wineries, vineyards, art galleries, museums, golf course, cycling, and many charming storefronts and cafes.

Road/Frontage Access:

The ranch is accessed off Black Rd, Kerr Road and Rivercrest Dr via private entrance. These are well maintained county gravel roads.


This ranch is in the Cross Timbers section of North Central Texas. Tree species on the ranch include Blackjack Oak, Spanish Oak, Red Oak, Mesquite, Juniper, Elm, Cedar Elm, and several other species providing an excellent habitat and forage for wildlife. An abundance of native grasses exists on the ranch including Big Bluestem, Little Blue Stem, Coastal varieties, and some other bunch grasses. Wild plum and blackberry thickets thrive. Soil types on the ranch include Cona association, Windthorst and Daffau soils, Windthorst sandy loam soils, Pulexas fine sandy loam, Gowen Soils, Miller, Renfro loam, Vernon-Knoco complex and Daffau-Guilied land complex.


Nocona Ranch is beautifully watered with 14 surface tanks, over 1 mile of Farmers Creek (this creek feds Lake Nocona), and 3 water wells. Average annual rainfall for Montague County is 36 inches. The average July high is 94.3 and the average January low is 28.9. The growing season for Montague County is typically 244 days, Mid-March to around November 1.


The terrain of this property is rolling with great elevations offering long vistas of the property, lakes, creek, wooded areas, countryside and on into Oklahoma! Nocona Ranch has a pleasing mix of pasture and wooded areas, rocky outcroppings and Pecan bottom creating excellent wildlife habitat and offering up numerous lovely building sites.


There is a cabin at the hunting headquarters with kitchen, bath and sleeping accommodations.
A concrete porch across the front offers a place to relax. A deer cleaning station is located behind the cabin and to the side of the cabin is a concrete drive and slab offering a conex storage building and covered for protection. Water well, electricity and septic serve the headquarters.


Activities on the ranch include hiking/biking over miles of trails/roads throughout the ranch. A rifle range for target practice. There is an abundance of typical Texas wildlife on the ranch: deer, turkey, quail, pig, dove and more. The terrain and vegetation provide for an abundance of natural habitat for wildlife of all types. The fishing in the lakes on the ranch as well as all that Lake Nocona has to offer, Lake Nocona is classified as the fourth-best bass fishing lake in Texas with the current record for largemouth bass is 13.40 lbs! Other species include Hybrid striped bass, white bass, blue catfish, flathead catfish, white crappie. With miles of beautiful shoreline Lake Nocona is listed as #8 Most Beautiful Lakes in Texas! Watersports abound. Migratory waterfowl is abundant in this region.


It is our understanding that the seller owns a portion of the mineral estate and will convey what is owned.



Useful Documents

Property Map / Directions

From Hwy 82 in Nocona turn N on Clay Rd to Bois D' Arc ( FM 1956) to Keck Reynolds Rd, turn N to Black Rd, turn R, gate on right, green with Ranch Connection sign. (1732 Black Rd)

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