The Land & Vegetation: Varied terrain with creek bottom land along the west side rising to a pretty good hill on the east side. About 30 acres are in established Coastal Bermuda grass fields and the remaining 80 acres is covered with native grasses, brush and trees, including Post Oak, Elm, Mesquite, Bee Brush and some Acacia. The soils are primarily sandy and sandy clay loam with some sandstone.
Improvements: Like-new perimeter fences and one cross-fence (the west boundary is a high game-proof fence and the other 3 sides are low fences); livestock pens; a game feeder pen; water well with a submersible pump and an old windmill tower; an RV hookup with electricity, phone and water; crushed rock roads to the barn and to the RV site; ½ mile frontage on FM 500; 1 hunting blind; 1 game feeder; stock pond with fish; 30âx40â enclosed metal building with utilities.
Number of Tanks (Ponds): 1 Approximate surface area: ¼ acre
Creeks: Spring Creek crosses the property along most of the west side and a small tributary also crosses the ranch from east to west.
Number of Wells: 1 Depth: About 280 ft. GPM: unknown Storage tanks: 1
Public Water System: Richland Rural Water System â 1 meter (located near the west gate & pens)
Electricity Provider: Cap Rock Electric â 1 electric meter (near the barn)
Phone Provider: Central Texas Telephone â 2 hookup locations (at barn & RV site)
Buildings: 30â x 40â fully enclosed metal building with concrete slab floor, 3 overhead doors, 1 walk-through door, electricity, water, phone. Like-new condition.
Minerals: 100% owned and will convey.
Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Turkeys, Quail, Dove, Feral Hogs. TPWL game management plan Level III.
Summary: This is a very nice and versatile ranch that already has everything done and in place for livestock, horses, hunting, or just a country retreat. It is surrounded by large ranches. This is great place to build a cabin or home.