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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166-9ac166.9 acres @ 219 Olive Branch Road, Brock, Texas 76087:  Minutes west of Weatherford near the Brock community.  Beautiful coastal bermuda pastures and scattered oak trees.  An approximately 9100 sq. ft. 3 story, 5 bedroom, 7.5 bath, stone main home with pool & many extras.  Guest home, apartment with shop, some minerals, $2,695,000.00.

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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. Reduced from $2,700,000 to $2,200,000!!

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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.  $2,150,000.00. UNDER CONTRACT

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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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