Cedar Ridge lies 10 miles north of Paducah, Texas on Hwy. 83. This property offers a great hunting getaway with great access. This 116 acres is 3 miles south of the Pease River.
A comfortable (2010) 3 bedroom, 2 bath trailer is on site. It has been remodeled including the plumbing. The trailer sits on a high point that allows you to enjoy the view of big country. There are two water wells on the place. One small pond stays full with the help of one of the water wells.
The blinds and feeders are all in place, so all you have to do is start hunting. There are numerous places to put more food plots with brush and draws on the west side of the property. The brush consists of cedar, mesquite and hackberry. Wildlife in the area includes Whitetail and Mule deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs and plenty of varmints.
The fences are excellent to poor.
Come see this 116 ac. getaway and enjoy the view!
Asking price: $1550 per acre
Wittrock Ranch is a wildlife refuge deluxe! It has all of the water a hunter would want. The approximately 34 acre watershed structure lies on the northeast part of the property. The lake is a big invitation to all migratory water fowl. This structure was built to reduce flooding on Bull Creek that runs through the west side. Bull Creek generally has good pockets of water.
Wittrock Ranch lies northeast of Gouldbusk, Texas in Coleman County. Three fields have been planted in wheat and sunflowers. Thats a set up that should produce all the dove hunting you will ever need. Quail feeders are in place and brush density is excellent along Bull Creek for deer hunting.
The cabin has electricity and rural water. This structure is 1800 sq. ft. three bedrooms, two baths, and an open living area. Central heat and air are in place. Sit on the front porch, which is 12’x60′, and watch the ducks fly onto the lake. The cabin can house up to 10 people comfortably. Five RV hook ups are near the cabin which includes electricity and water.
Two barns are just north of the house. The first storage barn is 30’x80′. The second barn is 24’x24′ which serves as a tractor shed.
Access is good off of CR 300 and the ranch has a good network of roads.
What an outstanding property that is set up for family, small corporate group or an outfitter.
Come take a look and I think you will agree that this is a one of a kind property for hunting and or cattle!
Asking $2,750 per acre.
1551 + or – Acres
Childress County, Texas
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The Abernathy Ranch is located in northern Childress County on Hwy 83. It also has frontage on Hwy 256 as well. This property has excellent paved road access and is a great cattle and hunting ranch. The ranch is gently rolling with great tree cover and excellent grass. It is well watered with rural water, pond and Buck Creek. It has 80 acres of cotton and the rest of the ranch is in native pasture that is fenced in 2 pastures. Buck Creek is located on the northern part of the ranch and is spring fed and lined with hardwood trees. This is great habitat for the abundance of wildlife that is native to this area. There is an old wheat field that is located near the creek that will make a great food plot. It is currently in grass but could be broke out with ease. This is a great area for whitetail deer, turkey and quail and has large neighbors that helps to insure the chance of seeing mature deer. This ranch can be cut into smaller tracts with the abundance of highway frontage that is available. If you are looking for a great combination cattle and hunting ranch then please take a look at the Abernathy Ranch.
Perimeter and cross fencing
Native and improved Grasses
Available with an acceptable contract!
Contact Dane Mount at 940-839-6247 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to schedule your private showing of the Abernathy Ranch!!
37.7 Acres on Butler Ranch Road, Stoneburg, Tx. Montague County $131,950 @ $3,500 per acre.
Currently, this is a remote property but the county is rebuilding a bridge and says they will improve Butler Ranch Road with gravel this spring. That could turn this property into a good investment and/or homestead within the Stoneburg School District. The stock pond did not go dry during the drought. Fencing is good and has had cattle grazing within the fence. There is some wildlife which could improve by feeding or planting a small crop. There is a 40 ft wide lane entering the property which will be owned by the buyer. Property taxes should be less than $100 a year. Electricity is within 700 ft. of the property. Neighbors have been drilling water wells that have good water. Come live the country life.
91.8 Acres on Butler Ranch Road , Montague County Texas. $321,300 @ $3,500 per acre.
This property is going to be a good investment and would make a good homestead. It has not been improved and there have been minimum visits by the owner except for feeding his cattle 2-3 times a week. If there were slight improvements made the property value would increase. Also, the county plans to improve the road this spring raising the property value. (There is a new bridge planned to be started in a couple of months on Hopewell Road that Butler Ranch Road connects to. Plus the commissioner says new gravel is planned for Butler Ranch Road.)
Water: There is a 320 ft. water well that the owner had drilled. He says he had it dug deeper to store extra water. There is a stock pond that did not go dry during the drought.
Electricity: The property has electricity and a meter has been installed. There is a light on the power pole.
Wildlife: There are some nice looking White Tail deer that live in this area. Have seen them several times crossing Butler Ranch Road. No hogs have been on the property causing damage. Have seen dove occasionally.
Ranching: The owner has cattle on the property year round. There is a small corral that has a loading chute. The corral is mainly used to select a few cows/calves that need working. The fencing is good. There are no weak places in the fence that cattle may get out.
Location: This property is 4 miles west of Stoneburg, Texas. Stoneburg is 8 miles north of Bowie, Texas on Hwy 81. Directions from Hwy 81 a mile south of Stoneburg. Turn west onto FM 1806 for one mile until you cross the bridge then immediately turn right onto Campbell road. Travel until you come to the “T” then turn right onto Hopewell road. Travel north and make the curve to the left. In approximately a mile you will cross a creek/bridge and almost immediately Butler Road is on the right (hidden by brush along the fence) Cross the cattle guard (installed by the owner of the 300+ acres surrounding this property) Butler Road is not marked by a sign. Travel north about a half mile to the next cattle guard and cross it. The fence line there is on the same line as the south property line of this 91.8 acres. (there are 24 acres between the cattle guard and the south part of this property.) Travel about 100 yards to the aluminum gate by the large tree. That is the entrance gate.
20 acres on Upper Montague Road in Bowie Texas.
Located only minutes from Bowie, this property has great paved road access. Primarily prairie grazing land, this would be a great property to run a few head of cattle. With great fencing little or no work would be needed to make this a turn-key grazing pasture or building site for a home. There are a few trees at the back of the property.
The County property taxes on this 20 acres are only $17.35 a year. The Survey will be paid for by the seller and seller will pay $300 on the closing cost of the buyer.
More photos and details to come!!
53.1 Acres at 543 Butler Ranch Rd. , Stoneburg, TX. Montague Co. @ $3,500 per acre = $185,850
2 stock ponds, pipe gate, electricity available, Grazing pasture with some Mesquite trees. Hunting lease is void upon closing of the sale. Road frontage. The county commissioner said that he would be putting gravel on the road soon.
517 acres, more or less north of Matador, Texas on the North Pease River, is a hunter’s paradise. The upland country has a good roll to it with a few draws and on the north end the topography takes off down the hill to the river. You have the best of both worlds hunting the Burgess ranch.
Brush species include mesquite, cedar, hackberry, lotebush, and sandsage. The composition of the native grasses is good. A 20 acre food plot is in place for wildlife to travel from the river bottom to the edge of the upland part of the ranch without detection.
The water well on the south end and the river on the north end of the ranch are the sources of water. There is electricity in place with two RV sites, septic tank and 50 amp plug. The perimeter fences and cross fences are in excellent condition.
Wildlife consists of whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs and varmints. CR 130 runs east off of FM 2009 and dead ends into the ranch.
This is an excellent hunting ranch off the beaten path surrounded by larger ranches.
Come take a look at this property and you will want to make it your personal getaway.
Go 10 miles north of Matador on Hwy. 70 and turn left on FM 2009. Go 6 miles to CR 130 and go east until the road ends.
Schedule your private showing today! If you have questions, Call Danny Havins at 940-839-5152
Location: Kirkland, Texas
This nice dry land farm is 6 miles south of Kirkland, Texas with the majority of the land in northern Cottle County.
New fences, water well with solar panel and pond are all on this 420 acre property!
333 acres are in dry land cultivation with the remainder in native pasture. The native pasture consists of native grasses, and mesquite.
Cotton, wheat, and milo can be raised on the dry land farm.
There is good hunting on the north end on the 75 acres of range land. Heavily wooded with wheat ground that runs up into the wooded areas. Therefore making this area prime feeding areas for deer.
Asking price per acre is $1200.
Location is: Go approximately 8 miles south-east down 287 from Childress, Texas to the small community of Kirkland, Texas. Turn south on farm to market road 1033 then to County Road 384 go west 2 miles. The county road will curve back to the north. This property lies to the north and east of County Road 384.
The Northside Place, in Wilbarger County, will make someone an excellent cow-calf or yearling operation.
The total acreage is 310 ac. plus or minus. There are 122 ac. in coastal Bermuda and 188 ac. in cultivation.
Improvements include a loafing shed, excellent fencing, pipe pens, a cement water trough, one water well and two rural water meters.
This property is just south of Northside School on the east side of Hwy. 283 and south of county road 108 East.
Asking price is $1,500/ acre.