Cherokee Ranch

Cherokee Ranch

Posted on: June 25th, 2020 by Creager Davis

Ideal property for hunting, recreation and a home site just outside of Alto, Texas. The property has frontage on CR 2501 with a perfect place for a home site. Larrison Creek and two seasonal creeks run through the property property providing scenic views and an excellent place for wildlife and hunting. Roads and trails are available in the property making all parts accessible. The land consists of native trees and brush allowing the owner to shape to their design. The property also has a historical presence due to a stage coach stop being located on the property in the 1800s.

Cure Ranch

Posted on: June 19th, 2020 by Will Sorenson

Cure Ranch is the perfect weekend recreational ranch, hunting place, or a place to build a forever home in the country. Located between Bryson and Jermyn, TX, the property is ideally situated far enough out in the country but close enough to town 15 minutes west of Jacksboro and about an hour and a half to Ft. Worth.

LOCATION: Property is located north of Bryson on Loving Road. Take 380 out of Jacksboro toward Bryson, turn right on FM 1191, left on Loving Rd, property is 2 miles down Loving Rd on the right.

TERRAIN: Primarily flat to rolling terrain with several cleared fields ideal for food plots or grazing. Soil is mostly sandy loam and some clay.

VEGETATION: Excellent tree cover consisting of good mature oaks, mesquite and other shrub varieties. Grasses are mixed with Coastal and native Bermuda.

WILDLIFE: Deer, Hogs, Turkey, Dove, Coyotes and other predators.

FENCING: Perimeter fencing is in good shape. There is not an existing fence on the west boundary. Current owner and neighbor have run cattle together over the years and never fenced the west boundary.

WATER: Two operating water wells and multiple ponds that hold water year-round. Two larger ponds stocked with bass and catfish that provide great fishing and outdoor enjoyment.

INFRASTRUCTURE: Singlewide trailer house (2 bd /1 bath) with detached shed. Large camper shed/cover, equipment shed and two other hay or equipment sheds on the property.

ELECTRICITY: Service provided by Ft. Belknap Electric Cooperative.

MINERALS: No minerals available and no oil and gas activity or active wells on the property.

Bear Canyon Ranch

Posted on: May 30th, 2020 by Cody Maxwell

BEAR CANYON RANCH is a unique ranch that offers the utmost privacy and is a rare find. It has been carefully and successfully managed hence the size and quality of wild Spanish Goats, whitetail deer, javelinas, turkey, hogs, and ever a BLACK BEAR seen from time to time! The property presents the opportunity to acquire 1,900 acres of private land that has ample water provided by a live spring that is surrounded by huge mature Pecan trees. Atop of the West Texas Mountains you have exceptional panoramic views of Lake EV Spence, canyons, rock cliffs, rolling hills and rugged terrain. You will also notice when driving the improved ranch roads throughout that there is new fencing along with several water wells.

Triangle 7 Ranch

Posted on: April 23rd, 2020 by Bill Ferguson

Introduction… This is a first time offered ranch! The owners are fourth generation descendants of John William Day who settled the properties in 1881.

History… John William Day came to Texas from his home in Roanoke, Virginia in 1875. Upon his arrival by train in Waco, he hiked 30 miles to see his old friend from Virginia, Noah Neff. Noah Neff was the husband of Mother Neff (Mother Neff State Park) and the father of Pat Neff, who became the Governor of Texas. Noah Neff had purchased land in the fertile black land prairie of eastern Coryell County known as the Stampede Valley. John Day married Elmira Susan Grimes – the daughter of Coryell County pioneer, Frederick Miller Grimes, who fought in the battle of San Jacinto. In 1881, John Day and his wife, Elmira Susan Grimes Day, were able to purchase land across the road from Noah Neff. Since 1881, the land has been operated as a working farm and ranch by John William Day, Elmira Susan Grimes Day and their descendants.

Location… The property is approximately halfway between Waco and Temple/Belton. The nearest communities are Moody and McGregor, both in McLennan County. There is significant rural residential development in the vicinity, and Mother Neff State Park is only a few miles from the property.

Property Description… The property lies in eastern Coryell County (County Seat Gatesville). The headquarters tract consists of 381.992 acres at the intersection of FM 2671 (Mother Neff Parkway) and FM 107 (Eddy-Gatesville Parkway). The tract is on the north side of FM 107.

The property has a two-story farmhouse which is over 100 years old. It was built in 1914 and replaced the original home on the property. The farmhouse serves as the ranch headquarters. The land is bisected from north to south by Horse Creek a spring-fed year-round creek. The property is fenced with some cross fencing, all being in good condition. The ranch is currently used as a cattle and row crop operation and is currently in ag valuation for real estate taxes. There are three stock ponds on the property that provide fishing opportunities and water for livestock and wildlife.

Utilities… Electrical service is present on the property. Water is provided through a local water utility, Elm Creek Water Supply. There are currently two water meters present.

The Northeast corner of the property is traversed diagonally by an oil and gas pipeline corridor. There are currently 4 petroleum pipelines present in the easement. The pipelines are underground and have posed no nuisance to the ranch operation.

Stampede Valley Homesite

Posted on: April 23rd, 2020 by Bill Ferguson

Awesome place to build your new home on 7.55 acres with paved road frontage on FM 107 just minutes from Moody, TX between Waco and Temple/Belton. This property is wooded with a seasonal stream, an old windmill well (currently unused), and paved road frontage on two sides. Property has an entrance on FM 107. Priced to sell!

Munroe 40

Posted on: April 10th, 2020 by Bill Ferguson

40 acres, more or less, to be surveyed, on FM 56 six miles north of Valley Mills in Bosque County. Raw land with access to a water meter and electricity on a paved road in the heart of Texas. The property is native pasture with a nice stand of Live Oak trees, a pond, and have an ideal building site. Light restrictions: Site-built homes only. Call Bill Ferguson (254) 709-2244. Please allow 24 hour notice.

Rock Island Ranch

Posted on: April 8th, 2020 by JD McKay

101.2 acres located on County Road 118 in Rock Island. The property is mostly flat, open pasture with an 18 acre coastal hay field and a pond. Fenced and cross-fenced. County Road frontage on the west side and 4th Street frontage on the south side. This property would be great for hay production, cattle, horses or a place to build your new home.

Hidalgo Falls 20

Posted on: April 2nd, 2020 by Cody Maxwell

20 acres offering lots of paved road frontage on a quiet road in a wooded and historic area near Washington-On-The-Brazos, Live Oak trees, pasture for livestock, a small pond, and an open area in the center for your house and barn. Deer frequent this property. Currently under ag tax valuation. Electric line is present at the front of property for a meter. Buyer will need to drill a water well for a home. Very nice blank slate to create your country paradise on!

Driving directions below as address may not come up correctly in navigation apps.

Milano Ranch

Posted on: March 29th, 2020 by Whitley Whitewood

A great opportunity to own 70 acres off Highway 36. The front tract hosts a 3,600+ square foot home that would be a great vacation house or weekend hunting retreat. This 5 bed, 5 bath home hosts two living rooms, dining room, and a spacious kitchen. Large backyard. In-ground pool surrounded by trees and beautiful flowers. Three ponds. Currently under ag exemption. The front of the property is open pasture while the back is mainly wooded. The 25+/- acre tract in the back hosts a 1,200 square foot home with 3 beds, 2 baths. This home has great potential. Almost completely wooded with deer feeders in place. Priced to sell!

Kerr Cottage

Posted on: March 29th, 2020 by Whitley Whitewood

This cozy cottage is located close to Blue Bell Creamery and was constructed in 2008. The circle drive and front porch are inviting to all. The downstairs hosts a kitchen with new appliances, living room, closet, and master bathroom. The spacious master bedroom and sitting area are located upstairs. Covered patio with washer and dryer that leads to the huge backyard. Backyard deck is perfect for cooking out and spending time with family and friends. This well-kept property is low maintenance. Come check it out today!

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