232.6 acres in Mason County, Texas


Property Details

  • County: Mason
  • Address: 2998 Hungry Hollow Road
  • Zip: 76856
  • Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Property
  • City: Mason
  • Price: $1,390,000
  • Acres: 233
  • State/Zip: Texas 76856
  • Beds: 2
  • Status: Available
  • Baths: 1

TALB Member:

Helen Dockal | Broker

Dockal Helen
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Property Description

Description: 232.676 Acres, western Mason County, Texas, located at the end of Hungry Hollow Road, a County Road.

Land/Water: One of the most unique properties in this area! A deep valley with wheat field plots (approximately 20 acres, but more could be added) runs into four canyons creating a quiet, secluded haven for wildlife. The terrainis incredible-from the gently rolling bottom land punctuated by live oaks savannahs, some mesquite, cedar, and other native plant species to the dramatic limestone lined canyons and the upland country which is just as attractive as the valley and easy to navigate. The headwaters of seasonal Big Bluff Creek begin near the property and reportedly provide an impressive waterfall from the bluffs (during wet periods) which drain down into the valley, creating the potential for a large water feature. Driving around the horseshoe shaped uplands you have one incredible view after another of the valley and of distant Cut Off Mountain as well as the Blue Mountains to the south. The ranch falls from the north to the south with elevations from 1980 ft. to 1840 ft. There are several dirt tanks in strategic locations and could be enlarged and one water well which serves the main cabin and guest cabin and also provides water for wildlife and livestock via two water troughs. The well is 400 ft deep and is equipped with a hp pump and estimated gpm is 5. Neighboring ranches are larger with one exception, and no easements other than utility cross the property.

Improvements: The main residence is a 1120 sq. ft. two-bedroom one bath, custom-built cedar sided rustic cabin with central heat/air, granite countertops, wood floors, wood burning fire place, gas stove and dishwasher, utility room and pantry, offering all the comforts of home including wi-fi and a land line. Outside, just steps away from the main house and under a beautiful oak mott is an out-door kitchen and entertainment area. Just south of the main cabin is a 300 sq. ft. rustic guest house complete with bunk beds and bathroom. Both residences sell fully furnished except for the dining table and easy chair in the main residence. There is also a 30x60 metal barn, the southern end enclosed with a cement floor and the east side open for equipment storage. One room is insulated and air conditioned. A covered shooting range is located adjacent the barn. There is also a set of pipe pens for working livestock. All blinds and feeders convey with the sale of the property and there is a list of equipment that the Seller is willing to sell separately.

Wildlife: This property has been managed to attract wildlife, especially white tail deer, but there are also free ranging exotics, and feral hogs. Rio Grande turkey are native to the area along with quail, dove, and a multitude of other wildlife native to the area.

Fencing: The perimeter of the property is conventionally fenced with netting and barb wire and there is one cross fence that runs north to south dividing the property in two.

Financial/Title: This ranch is listed to sell for $1,750,000.00 or $7521/acre. Seller will provide basic Title Insurance and Survey. Seller to convey all owned minerals. Property is currently under Wildlife Exemption.

Comments: This is an extraordinary end of road ranch that offers many features that few properties do.
Complete privacy and solitude, incredible terrain, abundant wildlife, spectacular views, and turn-key improvements.

This property is offered subject to prior sale, change in price, or removal from the market without notice. Information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed by Broker.

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 sole discretion of Helen Dockal, Broker

Useful Documents

Property Map / Directions

From Mason, proceed West on US Highway 377 for 12.6 miles to Hungry Hollow Road. Turn right onto Hungry Hollow Road and proceed 2.8 miles. Road will dead end at ranch. Gate is locked. Call listing office to schedule a viewing of property.

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