1436 Acre “Rocking W Ranch”, Parker County, Texas

1436 Acre “Rocking W” Ranch
11700 Interstate Highway 20, Millsap, Parker County, Texas

Recreational & Cattle Ranches | Main Home and Barn Details | Photo Gallery 1 | Photo Gallery 2  | General Map | PDF Aerial Map | PDF Topo Survey

LOCATION:

Approximately 45 miles west of Fort Worth or 20 miles west of Weatherford via IH-20. The main entrance is on the north IH-20 access road and other multiple access points are on Soda Springs Road.

TERRAIN:

A very diverse property that includes rolling native and improved land with different varieties of scattered oak, elm, red oak and some mesquite trees.  Approximately 250 acres of level to gently rolling productive coastal hay fields that will produce
on average 1200 round bales & 6000 square bales / year. The carrying capacity is approximately 75 to 100 cows & calves annually depending on rainfall. Excellent native timbered areas for wildlife habitat where many deer, turkey, and dove call home.

IMPROVEMENTS:

A fully customized contemporary 3853 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 3 bath and 1 half bath with 2 car garage main home. The exterior is a combination of stone and stucco. Interior features include Venetian plaster walls, mesquite wood floors, Silestone counter tops, Sub Zero & Miele appliances (see Main Home Detail). A tranquil courtyard and abundant native landscaping. Guest & laborers quarters – 1 triplex, 1 duplex, 1 barn apartment, 1 older rock home all totaling eight dwellings. Horse Facilities – A super nice 30 stall horse stall barn with offices and an upstairs apartment. A covered arena and breaking pen,
and 20 horse paddocks with native shade. Cattle facilities with 7 paddocks. A commodity barn with storage bays. A large multi bay shop building (See Horse Facilities Detail page). Extensive pipe fencing, paved driveway, and security entrance gate.

WATER:

Approximately ¾ mile of Brazos River frontage. 19 stock ponds (2 larger). Two water wells (one is from the Soda Springs subsurface reservoir) with Reverse Osmosis water systems. A fresh water spring rises to the surface on the ranch (Soda Springs subsurface reservoir). One mile of 4” water piped from the river to the headquarters can fill 2-3 reservoirs. Water rights – 250 acre feet of irrigation rights & 92.11 acre feet of impoundment rights.

MINERALS:

Over 90% of the mineral rights are owed and conveyed at closing and funding. Production income: 2013 – $84,000, 2014 – $73,000, 2015 – averaging $5-6,000 per month. Two well/pad sites.

TAXES:

$54,462.00 for 2014.

COMMENTS:

This is a unique opportunity to purchase a very diverse property with a great location, Brazos River frontage with water & mineral rights, and excellent improvements!

PRICE:

$19,750,000.00 REDUCED to $16,500,000.00!

ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREON HAS BEEN OBTAINED FROM SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY BY SAID AGENT. THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES, WITHDRAWAL, ERROR, OMISSION, CORRECTION, OR PRIOR SALE WITHOUT NOTICE. THIS SHALL ALSO SERVE AS NOTICE TO ANY BUYER THAT THE SELLER IS ENTITLED TO RECEIVE BACKUP CONTRACTS.

Recreational & Cattle Ranches | Main Home and Barn Details | Photo Gallery 1 | Photo Gallery 2  | General Map | PDF Aerial Map | PDF Topo Survey

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