Recreational & Cattle Ranches

SOLD 150 Acres, N. Strawn, Palo Pinto County, Texas:

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SOLD 162 AC, West Lambert Rd, Weatherford, TX:  

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162 Acres, 2000 Sarra Lane, Poolville, TX: 10 minutes north of Weatherford, rolling land with some scattered trees, native & coastal grasses, cultivation, shop building, cattle pens, excellent paved frontage, ponds & creek, deer & turkey, some minerals available, $5,750.00 per acre.

 

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169-6ac169.6 acres, Turpin Lake Road, Poolville, Parker Co., Texas: Minutes west & north of town on paved county road. Level to gently rolling with native grasses and coastal Bermuda and scattered oak trees. Excellent cultivation land Water well, stock pond, and some minerals. $5,850.00 per acre.
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201 Acres, Palo Pinto County, Texas: Gently rolling with elm, mesquite, cedar, and live oak cover. Farm house. Larger barn with cattle pens. Two larger ponds. Deer & turkey. $795,000.00.

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250 AC, MINERAL WELLS, PALO PINTO CO., TX: Located 5 minutes north of Mineral Wells and east of US 281 on paved county road.  Beautiful level to gently rolling native terrain with post oak, elm, live oak, cedar & mesquite.  A 7794 square foot sandstone two story home proudly centerpieces the property with outstanding views and great serenity.  The home is exquisite in detail and custom features.  3 water wells, 3 ponds and a dry creek with a concrete crossing.  Deer and turkey. Minerals   available. Home furnished except for personal items. SOLD!

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SOLD 250 Acres, 381 Olive Branch Road, Brock, Parker County, Texas:

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SOLD 317 AC, South edge of Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto Co., TX:

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340ac01340 AC, 4180 Village Bend Rd, Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto Co., TX: Minutes SW of Mineral Wells via county paved road. Very scenic heavily rolling native terrain with some steep Brazos river frontage, scattered trees, incredible views, and serenity. Very nice 3-3 two story sandstone and log lodge with covered front & back porches with outside viewing decks. Deer & turkey. $2,325,000.00, negotiable.

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SOLD 342.5 AC, NW Graford, Palo Pinto County, Texas:

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360ac360 AC, Graford, Palo Pinto County, TX:  A 2-2 ranch house, nice metal shop, small hunter’s cabin, and 4 water wells. Native and coastal grasses, 7 tanks, excellent tree cover, and “East Keechi Creek”. $1,225,000.00.

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383ac383 acre High Fenced Hunting Ranch, Poolville, Parker Co., Texas:  Approximately 32 miles west northwest of Fort Worth.  Beautiful rolling land with many varieties of trees.  Very scenic with an approximate breakdown estimated at 50% timber to 50% open.  A super nice 4 bedroom 2 story stone & siding lodge, a huge metal shop & storage building (est. 60×120), a guest or foreman’s quarters.  Flood structure reservoir, ponds and draws.  Many whitetail, black buck, axis deer, and fallow deer.  Blinds and feeders.  Two water wells.  SOLD

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518ac518 AC “Waggoner” ranch, Boonesville, Texas: Approximately 55 minutes west northwest of Fort Worth. Rolling with native and bermuda grasses, open to scattered to thicker oak and mesquite trees. A 3 story 6034 sq. ft. 4-3.2-4 stone home, 2-1 foreman’s home. A covered riding arena, another covered riding arena. A stone garage & bus barn. A 14 stall horse barn with office. 6 feedlot pens. Trojan panel walker. Extensive pipe fencing and a large stone main entry. $3,250,000.00.

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