676.56 Acre “Mingus lake” Ranch
108 East Pecan Street, Mingus, Palo Pinto County, Texas
Approximately 1 hour or 70 miles west of Fort Worth via Interstate 20, Exit 367 Thurber/Mingus, then turn north or right onto TX 108 for 3 miles into Mingus.
The land is diverse with level pastures of native and coastal bermuda pastures to high timbered plateaus, timbered ridges, timbered slopes to productive creek bottoms with 100 +/- pecan trees. The cover is diverse with juniper, elm, mesquite, and post oak trees. Average annual hay production is 400 (5 foot) round bales.
6 dwellings/homes which will sleep 28 people – One new with the balance remodeled. Lodge (Sugar Shack) – a 2 story, 2 bedroom (sleeps 8), 1 bath, stone & siding building with a metal roof. A large living & dining room with 20+’ cathedral ceiling with exposed trusses, four roll up doors for entertaining, huge granite wet & eating bar with stainless steel ice maker, coolers, & dishwasher. 2 half baths. Commercial kitchen. Stone flower beds and landscaping. The main home (remodeled in 2008) has 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with a stone exterior, metal roof, screened in porch and a stone patio. The foreman’s home has a siding exterior and a metal roof. Dottie May (Grandmother) home – 1 bedroom with 579 sq. ft..The Bungalow house – 1 bedroom with 595 sq. ft.. A newly constructed apartment attached to the fawn barn. Hay barn – 30×80. The lake furnishes the lawn sprinklers. 2 docks (one is floating with 2 slips, electricity, and winches). 9-2 man blinds, 9 corn feeders, and 9 protein feeders. An all steel galvalume shop building with overhangs on each side. Large pipe & steel entrance and a one mile long paved driveway. Deer breeding pens – 19 pens covering 33 acres with a breeding barn (no deer in the pens are included). The pens can be removed from the property by Seller.
A highly impressive stocked 100 acre lake (when full) with an average depth of 8’and 20’ at its deepest and built in the 1900’s. Two boat docks and a boat ramp. Scenic Palo Pinto Creek borders on the north and west. Multiple smaller stock ponds. City water and septic.
Some owned with three producing gas wells.
Improved whitetail deer (approximately 14 mature bucks with estimated scores between 140-220 B&C inches, one Zebra. 74 coyotes were harvested in 2014 as part of the predator control.
The Lake is absolutely awesome and very unique! Nice improvements and great hunting habitat.
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