138.35± Acres
Young County, Texas

Rocking Clay River Ranch

ID: 29842
Status: Sold 2022
Acres: 138.35±
Address: 953 Reeves Road
City, State: Graham, Texas
County: Young
ZIP Code: 76450
Presented By: Jack Fauntleroy
Taxes: $199


Overview:  The Rocking Clay River Ranch is a live water ranch set amongst the banks of the Brazos River just west of Graham, TX in Young County. With over ~2,671 feet of Brazos River frontage, the Rocking Clay River Ranch is a great recreational ranch with excellent hunting & fishing opportunities. The owner has meticulously managed the wildlife in his 20 years of ownership. As a result, the ranch has excellent cover and forage for whitetail deer.  

The recreational possibilities along the river are numerous. A large sandbar runs along the Brazos River at the SW corner of the ranch offering a place to relax with friends and family, while cooling off in the river for a swim. The Brazos River is also an incredible fishery. If fishing from the banks and sandbar weren't enough, easily off load kayaks onto the river to chase after sand bass, black bass, striper and gar, to name a few. 

Location:  The Rocking Clay River Ranch is located off of Reeves Road, approximately 14.5 miles west of Graham, TX in Young County. 

Wildlife & Hunting:  The ranch is an excellent low fence whitetail deer hunting property. The owner has won numerous awards issued by "Texas Big Game Award" for Young County for whitetail deer scoring. 

In addition to whitetail deer, excellent hunting opportunities also exist for feral hogs, dove, coyotes, bobcats and other small varmints. 

Brazos River:  Originally called "Rio de Los Brazos de Dios" (which translates to "The River of the Arms of God") by early Spanish explorers to the region, it is the 11th longest river in the United States running approximately 1,280 miles from its headwaters to its mouth. Majestic hills and views are numerous up and down this stretch of the Brazos River in Young County. Possum Kingdom Lake is downstream the winding river by approximately 46.75 miles.

Terrain & Topography:  The Rocking Clay ranch has incredible topography for a smaller property. From the front gate to the rivers edge is a 75 +/- foot elevation change. Big country views are seen as soon as you enter the front portion of the ranch. Throughout the property are limestone outcrops and massive trees of every variety. Excellent cover exists throughout the Rocking Clay and along the well designed road system that gives you access to all points. 

Vegetation:  Because of the location next to the Brazos River, The Rocking Clay Ranch has the widest variety of vegetation imaginable. Tree varieties include live oaks, post oaks, pecan, hackberry, chinaberry, cottonwood, cedar, elm, mesquite, wild plum and many more native species. Thick forbs and browse cover include elbowbush, bumelia, skunkbush, lotebush, prickly pear, wild plum and provide for an excellent and mature wildlife habitat. The ranches wildlife tax exemption status allows for native grasses to grow strong. Grasses include little and big bluestem, switchgrass, Texas winter grass, dropseed, Indian grass. Wildlife habitat and pastureland is above average and in excellent condition.

Taxes:  The Rocking Clay Ranch has a wildlife tax exemption status. The annual taxes are approximately $198.75, per Young County Appraisal District. 

Minerals:  The seller does not own the mineral estate.

Easements:  The Rocking Clay River Ranch currently has two transmission lines that traverse through the ranch for about 2,391 feet. 

Directions:  From Graham, take FM-209 west for approximately 9.19 miles to take a right onto Miller Bend Road. After 2.3 miles, turn right onto Reeves Road and travel 2.13 miles to arrive at the gated ranch entrance on your right. 

The Rocking Clay River Ranch is located approximately 135 miles from Dallas and 99 miles from Fort Worth.

Broker Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.   


Jack Fauntleroy, Broker Associate - 940-550-4432

Chance Turner, Agent - 972-765-7326

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