Recreational & Cattle Ranches

$13,975.00 per acre.
-7,488’ of River Frontage, 12,190’ of Cottonwood Creek,
- Natural Spring, 25 Ponds, Excellent Game
-Rolling Terrain, Scenic Views, Beautiful Tree Cover, ½ Minerals
-Water Wells, $13,975 / acre
-Great deer and turkey hunting. 1/2 minerals conveyed. 2 large coastal bermuda pastures.
-Over 1.38 miles of Brazos River frontage, several creeks
-Two springs, and a Parker County Water Co-op tap

-Gently sloping to level terrain with scattered live oak, post oak trees, and some open pasture
-Timbered game habitat along the creek
-A custom 3800 sq. ft. main home
-A 1400 sq. ft. guest home / office
-4 car garage
-A 4600 sq. ft. metal shop, horse barn, and trailer storage building
-Cattle pens, working chute, steel equipment shed, and bulk feed bin
-Extensive frontage and restricted

-Located 6.5 miles north of Mineral Wells and east of US 281 on paved county road
-Mostly gently rolling to level terrain with scattered post oak, elm, live oak, & mesquite
-Excellent improved grasses
-Timbered game cover with trails
-A 5,279+/- SF 6-5-3 sandstone two-story home proudly centerpieces the property with outstanding views, great privacy, and serenity
-The home is exquisite in detail and custom features, and recently remodeled
-New pool and hot tub and deck
-Three water wells, three ponds (one is an 8+ acre stocked small lake) and a dry creek with a concrete crossing
-Deer and turkey.

-Located on the south edge of Stephenville within the city limits on paved FM 256
-Land is mostly level with excellent soils, with coastal pastures and timbered areas
-A seasonal creek and frontage on two sides
-City utilities either adjacent or nearby
-Ag exempted

-Approximately 1 hour & 20 minutes west of Fort Worth, between Santo and Palo Pinto in Lone Camp
-Mostly in established coastal bermuda grass in sandy loam soil with a large stock pond
-Level to sloping with scattered to timber in the back with another nice pond
-A 3-2-2 older brick home, an all steel shop building
-A large covered shed with a RR storage car in the center, cattle pens, and cross fencing
-Paved on two sides
-Some minerals

-Over one mile of beautiful, graveled bottom, river frontage
-Tree cover includes juniper, live oak, sumac, cedar elm and mesquite
-Most of the property is in native cover and the balance is more open to scattered trees
-Property is very scenic with an abundance of large live oak
-Enormous limestone outcrops and ledges, and scenic remote trails paralleling the river with huge, towering trees
-One open field is for dove hunting or cultivation food plots for sporting game
-The lodge is two stories with 2,992 sq. ft. of living area, featuring 3 bedrooms, and 3 full baths
-A log exterior with stone accents built on the river’s bluff
-One huge room with a 2-story cedar & beam ceiling encompasses the living area, dining area, kitchen, and gaming area, with a centered limestone wood burning floor to ceiling fireplace
-Many deer, hogs, turkey, and some big cats have been seen
-The Brazos River is extremely beautiful and desired
-Views are outstanding and gorgeous
-Location for this ranch makes it extremely private

-An absolutely gorgeous property with the west fork of the Trinity River traversing through it
-Excellent soils supporting well-established coastal bermuda, huge pecan trees, live oak, post oak, elm, and more
-Paved frontage on both ends
-Excellent game habitat and never commercially hunted
-A shop, storage building, round pen, cattle pens, and water wells

$3,500,000.00 to $4,900,000.00
-Beautiful and diverse with improved and native grasses
-Majority is scattered post oak, and elm trees decorating the rolling topography and some open pasture
-A 5,212 SF 4 bedroom, 4 bath, 4 car garage 2 story stone home
-Horse barn, arena, equipment & hay barn, cattle working pens, sheds
-5.5 acre stocked reservoir and more tanks
-Very private and scenic

$4,700.00 per acre
-Level to gently rolling terrain
-Approximately 60% is in thicker cover of mesquite, cedar, elm, with some live oak and post oak
-Balance is split between native grasses and scattered trees to an old open wheat field with regrowth
-Dark Valley Creek winds through the center with extensive frontage on both sides
-Excellent wildlife cover

-Native terrain is level to gently rolling
-Approximately 60% is thick to scattered timber including live oak, post oak, red oak, elm, cedar, and varieties of deer browse
-The balance is open with some trees
-Two stock ponds, one being exceptionally beautiful, sizeable, and noticeably clear upon inspection of the property
-Frontage on Calhoun Bend Road, excellent game habitat, and 51% of the mineral rights owned conveyed.

Mostly level to gently rolling native country dominated in mesquite cover. Scattered elm trees, along with hackberry, and some live oak decorate the property. Some of the property has been mesquite brush controlled to promote cattle grazing. The heavy cover is excellent game habitat for hogs, deer, and turkey. Multiple stock ponds and extensive gravel road frontage. Restricted. $3,500.00 per acre.

$5,555.00 per acre
-Diverse native terrain, from level to gently rolling mesquite flats on the north end, to gently rolling elms, mesquite, cedar, and live oak on the west side near the river
-Large wet weather creek/draw that flows into the Brazos
-Game covered slopes of cedar, mesquite, red oak, sumac, post oak, rock outcrops, and high points overlooking the property and river from numerous impressive viewpoints

$2,950.00 per acre
-All-weather county road frontage
-Mostly gently rolling native terrain composed of juniper, mesquite, and some live oak trees
-Two large cultivation (wheat) fields for cattle grazing, deer, and bird hunting
-Large and gorgeous “Keechi Creek” traverses through the eastern portion displaying large pools (sometimes running) of water with large trees
-A large stock pond pushing 4 acres in surface
-Abundant deer and hogs
-A large amount of minerals to convey along with production

REDUCED TO $437,500.00!
-1,584 Sq. Ft., 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath 2 Story Log Home
-Front And Back Full-Length Covered Porches
-Mostly Sloping From North To South With Native Terrain
-Many Hardwood And Browse Varieties
-Large Boulders And Mossy Surfaced Sand Stone Rocks Outcrop Parts Of The Surface
-Mineral Rights
-Excellent Game Cover With Abundant Deer Sign

-A very scenic and private property
-Beautiful Ioni creek running through it featuring large holes of water
-Excellent hunting cover with live oaks, post oaks, elms, mesquite, and juniper cover
-A remodeled 5-bedroom, 3-bath stone home with a covered full-length back porch
-A water well and pressure tank building
-Small storage buildings

-Heavily rolling native terrain with live oak, red oak, elm, and juniper trees
-A scenic stocked pond and a small creek traversing the property
– Abundant deer habitat
-Approximately 20% or less in cultivation
-FM 920 frontage – 5.2 miles from Weatherford
-Minerals available

-Exquisite resort-style working ranch
-Two covered arenas & 75-stall show barn
-3 bedroom/3 bath home & numerous guest quarters
-Grand dining hall w/commercial kitchen
-Outdoor dining and entertainment area; Pool & swim up bar
-Cattle facilities; Superb hunting land

-Excellent FM 113 frontage
-Productive soils with coastal bermuda and scattered trees
-A 3,416 sq. ft. 3 – 2.1 - 2 stone home with a metal roof and pool
-Stone triplex living quarters
-A large horse barn with 8 stalls, etc., covered walker, and huge outdoor arena
-Excellent fencing, pipe & stone gated entry
-Numerous traps and paddocks