Kimble and Mason Counties | Rock Head Ranch | W of Mason
- County: Kimble
- Zip: 76856
- Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Property
- City: Mason
- Price: $11,750,000
- Acres: 4,008
- State/Zip: Texas 76856
- Status: Available
TURN-KEY SHOWPLACE | OUTSTANDING TERRAIN | NUMEROUS SPRINGS
The Rock Head Ranch is our newest listing that is a Tecomate Property Signature property! The Rock Head Ranch is an impressive 4,008 +/- acre, high-fenced hunting and recreational ranch located 23 +/- miles southwest of Mason, Texas off of FM 1871. Numerous springs, outstanding terrain, a true turn-key showplace.
Situated among a pristine Hill Country setting, the Rock Head Ranch is an impressive 4,008 +/- acre, high-fenced hunting and recreational ranch located 23+/- miles southwest of Mason, Texas off of FM 1871. This turn-key showplace has all the attributes desired by ranchers and sportsmen alike. The improvements on the property have been meticulously constructed to take advantage of the outstanding terrain with fertile bottomland, which transitions to elevated views atop numerous plateaus and the highly coveted Blue Mountains. Call today to schedule a tour of this primed ranch that can be utilized as a personal recreation property or an income-producing operation.
The Rock Head Ranch is accessed off County Road 330, about 8 minutes east of the County Road 385 and FM 1871 intersection. The ranch is located approximately 21+/- miles northeast of Junction, Texas, and 22 +/- miles southwest of Mason, Texas.
Seemingly endless views showcase beautiful mature trees, nice fenced pastures, and natural springs. Elevations range from 1,764 to 2,085 +/- asl. The beautiful Blue Mountains traverse across the southern part of the ranch in an east to west direction. The base of the mountains is where you'll find Edwards Draw located in a northern direction, providing numerous springs and surface water for the roaming wildlife. The rolling terrain is complemented by fertile bottomland with deep pockets of rich soil and a healthy variety of native grasses. A quality road system meanders through the many valleys, hilltops, and plateaus. Multiple fields contain rich food plots, rotating wheat, and other grains periodically for wildlife to graze. A 350+/- high-fenced pasture features impressive exotic animals.
The Headquarters is fenced and includes a large 4,300+/- sf main lodge with plenty of room for entertaining. The lodge features a spacious floor plan, stone fireplace, and vaulted ceilings. A foreman's house, guest cabin, and bunk room also provide additional places to gather. Several barns are used for hay, equipment, and livestock. An additional barn is dedicated to horses and has an attached tack room. The ranch's thick grasses in the valley are ideal for grazing cattle. The roping area and gun range are nearby, and a covered and enclosed cleaning area features a walk-in cooler.
The fenced Headquarters includes a 6B/4.5B main lodge with 4,300 +/- sq ft, which provides the perfect backdrop for unforgettable memories and entertaining. The spacious floor plan features picture windows providing plenty of natural light. The living room is anchored by a large stone fireplace that soars to the vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams. Natural hardwood shiplap walls provide warmth and depth to the living room. The inviting kitchen includes an island bar, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and ample cabinet space. Upstairs, the entertaining area continues with a large game room, which consists of a poker table, pool table, shuffleboard table, and ample seating area with leather couches and a flat-screen tv. Step outside and enjoy the ranch's views from the back porch, which is surrounded by an immaculately landscaped outdoor living space.
Family, friends, and guest hunters can enjoy the additional 3/BD, 1,120 +/- sq ft guest cabin, and separate bunk room. The foreman's house is located toward the center of the property. Multiple barns are situated near the main house and are primarily used for hay, equipment, and livestock. There is an additional barn that is dedicated to horses and has an attached tack room. Pipe cattle pens make working livestock easier while the roping area is perfect for working horses. The gun range is easily accessible, providing hours of entertainment. A walk-in cooler is located at the covered and enclosed cleaning area so the game can easily be dressed.
Wildlife is plentiful and impressive on the Rock Head Ranch. The avid hunter will not be disappointed. The Whitetail deer herd has been intensely managed over the past 18 years, and approximately four years ago, other genetics were brought onto the ranch. A variety of abundant wildlife species include axis, fallow, aoudad sheep, blackbuck antelope, Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, dove, and quail.
With approximately 32 corn feeders and just as many hunting blinds strategically located across the terrain, the ranch is set up to take advantage of hunting opportunities. In addition, there are 12 +/- protein feeder stations spaced in various locations.
Numerous springs are located throughout the ranch. The clear flowing springs give the local animals plenty of natural water while as many as seven stock tanks are also available for livestock and wildlife. Six water wells are located on the property, and multiple troughs are situated in various places.
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