Oak Ridge Ranches Tract G
- County: Mills
- Address: TBD CR 189 Tract G
- Zip: 76864
- Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Property
- City: Mullin
- Price: $243,663
- Acres: 59
- State/Zip: Texas 76864
- Status: Available
TBD County Road 189, Mullin TX 76864 Mills County
Oak Ridge Ranches includes 825.9 acres, divided into 10 tracts with an average size of 82.5 acres per tract. County Road frontage is present on both sides of the property, County Road 199 at the northern border of the property, and County Road 189, on the eastern edge of the property. The site is 13 minutes north of Goldthwaite, Texas, 1 hour 40 min from Austin, Texas and 2 hours 30 min south of Fort Worth, Texas. Access to the property sites (tracts E, F, G, H, I, J) includes utilizing the existing County Road 189 frontage as well as the new construction of a 4000-foot private road within a 60-foot easement. Access to tracts (A, B, C, D) is off of County Road 199 and 2400 linear feet of a new private road, also within a 60-foot easement.
To visit the property, go 2 miles North of Mullin, Texas on 183. Turn right by the Carlisle Real Estate and Cattle Company sign on County Road 189. After traveling 2.5 miles, the property will be on the left off CR 189.
Rolling terrain is present through-out Oak Ridge Ranches. There exists an interesting combination of cover including large Pecan, Elm, Live Oak, and Cedar trees scattered throughout the property. Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek, traverses throughout the property and provides cover for many types of wildlife. Two cultivated fields, approximately 60 acres total, could be food plots for wildlife, or livestock. Planting sunflowers or small grains would attract wildlife and game birds, including doves. Excellent building sites are located throughout the property with stunning views of the surrounding area.
Five ponds are on the located on Oak Ridge Ranches which provide both scenic and recreational value. Landowners may receive valuable input from both the NRCS and the Noble foundation regarding pond management, pasture management, stocking rates, as well as flora and fauna management, at no fee to the landowner. Efficient water wells are common in this area. One well, currently on tract G, delivers 15 gallons per minute to the property owner. Owners could utilize numerous well drillers including F&F Water Well Drilling in De Leon, Texas.
Power will be made available to all 10 tracks of Oak Ridge Ranches, provided by Comanche Electric Cooperative, 50 MB of Internet or more, and telephone service can be provided in a minimal connection fee to the property owner by Central Texas Telephone Cooperative.
Deed restrictions are attached to the property which are not meant to violate the premise of country living, however, serve to protect the investment of individual property owners.
The property has been in the same family for over three generations. Craig Smiths father was born on historical homesite located along Pompey Creek on Tract C. The site includes a windmill, cistern, and a rock cellar. Another historical homesite is present on the eastern edge of the property. Dinosaur tracts were noted along the creek bed of Pompey Creek. Wildlife includes Whitetail deer, hogs, small game, doves, and turkey. The property is currently not leased to hunters. A zip slide, treehouse, and numerous majestic Live Oaks are located near a pond on the far Northwest section of the property which could be easily improved for recreational enjoyment (Lot A). Another pond is on the Northeast corner of (Lot B). Two ponds are located on Tract F and one on Tract H. The property is low fenced and each tract is partially fenced. Stop by. We would love to give you a tour. Contact Owner/Agent Jake Hersman 469-223-6989.
Tract G consists of 59.07 acres. The property currently has a water well which produces 15 gallons per minute and electricity on-site. The property consists elevations which create amazing views for a significant distance just west of the existing camp. The property is partially fenced. Numerous live oaks, cedar and mesquite are scattered throughout the property. Abundant wildlife exists. The Noble foundation from Ardmore, Oklahoma will consult with property owners on flora and fauna management. Contact management regarding Ag exemptions or establishing wildlife exemptions. The property is partially fenced. Internet is available at 10,50, or 100 megabytes if interested. More land is available if desired.
We encourage you to visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself the serenity, beauty and quiet of this little slice of the Hill County. Owner agent. Contact Jake Hersman for more information 469-223-6989.
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