Little Rockin d Ranch
- County: McCulloch
- Zip: 76852
- Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Recreational Property
- City: Lohn
- Price: $4,896,705
- Acres: 1,509
- State/Zip: Texas 76852
- Beds: 5
- Status: Available
- Baths: 3.5
Situated in Lohn, TX between the base of the Brady Mountains and FM 504 lies the +/- 1509AC Little Rockin d Ranch, one of the few large land tracts on the market in the Northern Hill Country Region. At 1 mile wide and 2 miles long, this ranch offers ample room for large families/groups to hunt, ride trails and run cattle without ever feeling crowded. Being packed with wildlife, carefully designed with the hunting enthusiast in mind and with convenient proximity to major metros, it is perfect for those looking for a large, accessible hunting tract that can still be obtained for a reasonable $/AC.
LOCATION: Conveniently located less than 30 minutes from Bradys shopping/dining/airport, 1.5hrs from Abilene, 2.5hrs from Austin and Midland and 3hrs from DFW and Waco
IMPROVMENTS: 2130 sqft 5 bed / 3.5 bath main house with large front porch canopied by oak trees overlooking the southern end of the ranch towards the mountains. The house is also equipped with a Nest thermostat system and fenced in backyard. There are numerous other build sites atop scenic overlooks that would be perfect for a personalized ranch house or barndominium. Various outbuildings including: Workshop/implement shed, bunkhouse and additional mobile home in need of renovation. Partially high-fenced on NW and southern boundary adjoining neighboring ranch. High and low fence all in excellent condition.
HUNTING: +/- 8 foods plots, shooting lanes and access trails strategically located. Seventeen high quality box stands (ten insulated). Eighteen 600lb ground-level corn feeders, nine 2k lb and two 1k lb protein feeders and four turkey feeders.
ANIMALS: Exotics Black Buck, Oryx, and Axis Deer. Native Deer, Turkey, Dove and other native species. This ranch is absolutely full of wildlife and is designed to allow multiple hunting parties to hunt at once without overlap.
LANDSCAPE: Ideal ratio of open food plots and wooded bedding/roosting areas consisting of a blend of beautiful post and live oaks, Mesquite, Hackberry and minimal Cedar. Flat to rolling topography with elevations ranging from 1650 at the boundary to 1770 towards the center providing expansive views of Texas landscape.
WATER: Millerville Doole municipal water supply servicing all dwellings and to four concrete water troughs. There are two large stock tanks directly in front of the main house with another four tanks spaced across the ranch. Not all tanks contain water at this time due to draught.
MINERALS: All mineral rights owned by seller to convey.
TAXES: AG exemption in place
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