The Land & Vegetation: The land is level to gently rolling with a shallow creek bed crossing the ranch from north to south. One stock tank (pond) is built in the creek bed and is filled from the rainwater runoff. There are several different varieties of trees and brush on the ranch and include Live Oak, Post Oak, Elm, Mesquite, Juniper, Wild Persimmon and even some large Pecan trees along the creek. Past droughts have taken their toll on several of the Live Oaks, but most appear to be healthy. There are two field areas on the ranch that are suitable for improved grass or hay production. These fields could also serve as food plots for the livestock and wildlife. County Road No. 1610 borders the ranch along the north and east sides. CR 1638 borders the ranch on the west side. The amount of road frontage offers the opportunity for future subdivision of the property.
Home: The main residence is the original ranch house built in the early 1900s that has just received a total make-over using quality materials and excellent taste. The exterior is wood siding with white stone accents. Wide front and side porches extend the living area outside. The living room and dining room are large and open into the stylish country kitchen with glass front cabinets and marble counter tops. A center island provides ample space for food preparation and casual dining. Two walls of windows in the large front bedroom flood the room with natural light. One bathroom is located adjacent to this bedroom, a second bathroom off the hall and a third bathroom serves the huge master bedroom. Beautiful new laminate wood floors, ceiling fans, and central heating and cooling add to the comfort of the home. Massive ancient Live Oak trees grow inside the fenced yard and provide nice shade.
Other Buildings: There are two barns on the property and each of them has living quarters in addition to room to park equipment. Each is equipped with a kitchen, a bath-room, living room and bedrooms. Each has a septic system and one has a large dog yard.
Fences: The ranch is enclosed by a good perimeter fence and cross-fenced into 5 pastures.
Tanks (Ponds): 1 large pond
Water Wells: There are 3 water wells on the ranch. One well is 45 feet deep and re-ported to produce about 4 gallons per minute. This well has an electric pump and sup-plies water to the house and both barns with living quarters. A well was drilled last year reported to produce about 7 gpm and is fitted out with an electric pump. Currently the water from this well is used to supplement rainwater runoff in the stock pond. A third well using a windmill produces about 1.5 to 2 gpm.
Public Water System: The Lometa Rural Water line runs along CR 1638 on the west side of the property and available as an additional water source.
Electricity Provider: Hamilton County Rural Electric
Wildlife: This property shares its south boundary with a several thousand acre low-fenced ranch. The hunting is very good and wildlife includes Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove, Quail & Feral Hogs.
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