Lone Mound Ranch

Property details

  • County: Collingsworth
  • Address: Farm to Market Road 1547
  • Type: Ranches, Recreational Property, Hunting Land
  • City: Shamrock
  • Price: $685,000
  • Acres: 460.00
  • State/Zip: Texas 79079
  • Status: Available

Property description

The 460-acre Lone Mound Ranch is the ideal scenic Texas Panhandle ranch. This place provides ample opportunities for both recreational and agriculture uses. Dramatic elevation changes from historic Lone Mound provide long sweeping panorama views, scattered with ample wildlife for hunting, and abounding character. The next owner of the ranch will surely be very happy of the unique purchase.

Location: Located on the eastern edge of the Texas Panhandle, between Shamrock and Wellington. Lone Mound Ranch is 15 minutes from historic Shamrock, 95 miles to Amarillo, 300 miles from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Access is provided from paved FM 1547. Rick Husband International Airport is 1 hour away.

Habitat: The Ranch consists of rocky mesas, scenic rolling hills, deep ravines where hogs and deer travel, to the sandy bottomed Elm Creek headwaters. Multiples seasonal creeks move through the middle of the property, providing canyon-like crevices and openings. Historic Lone Mound is the highest elevation on the ranch and surrounding areas boasting a 360 degree view of the rolling terrain that will blow your socks off! The rolling plains are broken by mesquite and Elm flats with wild plums, 3 seasonal creeks that are lined with hardwood trees providing generous habitat for wildlife, and a small meadow. The ranches Fine Sandy Loams support a mixture of native Texas grasses and is ideal for future cultivating and wildlife food plots.

The ranch is currently a residence for cattle, and is cross-fenced, allowing for rotational grazing.

Peanut base annual income on approx. 50 acres.

Wildlife/Hunting: This ranch is located in an area of Collingsworth County that has a historically healthy population of wildlife. You are sure to find Whitetail deer, Mule deer, Bobwhite Quail, and Rio Grande Turkey, coyotes, wild pigs, bobcat, and the occasional Mountain Lion. Ranches in the area have reported taking deer in the 170-185 B&C Range, and often weigh over 200lbs. This ranch is the heart of Eastern Texas Panhandle hunting country, and will provide endless memories for the next owner.

Water: The ranch has excellent water wells (2) and provides clean water to home and cattle tanks (3). There is also a water well and supply storage reservoir for the local rural water system on Lone Mound, from which a water meter is available should the new buyer want to supply a new home with a water system.

Electricity: Present and providing electricity to the home and hunting cabin.

Minerals: Owned mineral rights will convey. Amount is unknown and to be determined.

Improvements/Additional: There are two modest residences are on the property. The first is a hunters adobe and log cabin 600 square feet. It is very cool and unique built into a hill, it is very cool in the summer, and warm in the winter. It has a rustic vibe with exposed log ceiling joists and stucco walls and exterior. There is a bathroom with shower, kitchen, and living area with bunks and a wood burning stove. The second residence is a 2-story 944 square ft. apartment built into the barn. It also is a rustic, western themed living space with living, kitchen, and bathroom downstairs, and two bedrooms upstairs. There is a front porch with an incredible view of the ranch, and an upstairs deck off the master bedroom as well! The back door leads right into the barn where the horse stalls, equipment storage, and cattle pens are. Electric service, propane & wood heat, satellite internet, centrally located next to the large barn with cattle pen & stack lot, (1) 50' semi-trailer tool/equipment shed to be conveyed as well.

Property Map / Directions

From Amarillo, take 1-40 E, in 97 miles exit 157 and turn south on CR 1547. Property will be on your left (east) in approx. 6 miles.

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