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Location: Only 1 1/2 hours from Ft. Worth and 2 hours from Dallas between Breckenridge and Eastland just south of the Wayland Community. There is a 1/2 mile of quiet FM 1852 road frontage. Property is in a highly desirable location.
Terrain: Over 100 feet of elevation change with two seasonal creeks providing two potential lake sites. There is a perfect combination of heavy cover with some semi-open pastureland excellent for wildlife and grazing.
Vegetation: Covered in beautiful live oaks, post oak, elm, hackberry, mesquite, and a few cedars. Grasses are native and pasture is not over grazed. Prime wildlife habitat.
Water: 6 stock tanks and two seasonal creeks are on the property. There is underground water in this part of Stephens County with the potential to drill a well.
Wildlife & Fisheries: Deer and turkey are plentiful and there are also dove, quail, and feral hogs. The stock tanks hold lots of ducks in the fall and also provide excellent fishing opportunities. This would make a great high fenced property.
Cattle: Grass is in good condition with plenty of stock water. Estimated carrying capacity is 1 animal unit per 30 acres year around.
Improvements: A nice set of steel corrals with squeeze chute and shed. Electricity.
Fencing: Perimeter fencing is fair to excellent and will hold cattle. Interior fencing creates 4 pastures to assist in rotating cattle.
Surface Leases: Hunting and grazing rights are leased.
Minerals: Negotiable with acceptable offer. Owner is believed to have a total of 1/16th minerals. There is an active lease with 2 producing gas wells and one salt water injection well on the property.
Contact: Blake Hortenstine, 214-616-1305 mobile
Contact: Jack Fauntleroy, 940-550-4432 mobile
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